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The Bookman, May 1928 Issue
- 60 Articles, 168pp
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    Letters of W.D. Howells
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    Four Sonnets
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    A Story
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  • [+] A Bookman's Notes
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    , pp. 297-298 - PDF
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      1. These Men, Thy Friends by Edward J. Thompson
      2. Old Enchantment by Larry Barretto
      3. Mr. Hodge and Mr. Hazard by Elinor Wylie
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      1. These Men, Thy Friends by Edward J. Thompson
      2. Old Enchantment by Larry Barretto
      3. Mr. Hodge and Mr. Hazard by Elinor Wylie
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    , pp. 302-303 - PDF
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    1. Poems in Praise of Practically Nothing by Samuel Hoffenstein
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    , pp. 304-307 - PDF
    Bad Girl, by Vina Delmar
    1. Bad Girl by Vina Delmar
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    , pp. 310-312 - PDF
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    5. Interpretations by Emory R. Johnson
    6. Whither China? by Scott Nearing
    7. An Uphill Road in India by Marie L. Christlieb
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    7. High Ground by Jonathan Brooks
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    10. Many Latitudes by F. Tennyson Jesse
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    6. Ambition by Arthur Train
    7. High Ground by Jonathan Brooks
    8. The Bondwoman by G.U. Ellis
    9. A Daughter of Venice by Ysabel DeWitte
    10. Many Latitudes by F. Tennyson Jesse
    11. Meet Mr. Mulliner by P.G. Wodehouse
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    2. The Tired Captains by Kent Curtis
    3. The Island Within by Ludwig Lewisohn
    4. All the King's Horses by Louis Stevens
    5. White Fox by C.E. Scoggins
    6. Ambition by Arthur Train
    7. High Ground by Jonathan Brooks
    8. The Bondwoman by G.U. Ellis
    9. A Daughter of Venice by Ysabel DeWitte
    10. Many Latitudes by F. Tennyson Jesse
    11. Meet Mr. Mulliner by P.G. Wodehouse
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    2. The Tired Captains by Kent Curtis
    3. The Island Within by Ludwig Lewisohn
    4. All the King's Horses by Louis Stevens
    5. White Fox by C.E. Scoggins
    6. Ambition by Arthur Train
    7. High Ground by Jonathan Brooks
    8. The Bondwoman by G.U. Ellis
    9. A Daughter of Venice by Ysabel DeWitte
    10. Many Latitudes by F. Tennyson Jesse
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    2. On a Paris Roundabout by Jan Gordon
    3. Roads to the Revolution by Sarah Comstock
    4. Safari: A Saga of African Adventure by Martin Johnson
    5. London in Bygone Days by Kenneth Hare
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