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The Bookman Archives
By Herbert S. Gorman
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  • The Bookman
    Total Archives: 39 Years, 423 Issues, 19,136 Articles, 49,058pp
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    1. The Bookman
      , December 1925, pp. 427-431 - PDF
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      (Review)
      Carry Nation, by Herbert Asbury
      1. Carry Nation by Herbert Asbury
      The Bookman
      , November 1929, p. 331 - PDF
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      (2 Reviews)
      Peter the Great, by Georges Oudard
      1. Peter the Great by Georges Oudard
      2. Peter the Great by Stephen Graham
      The Bookman
      , February 1930, p. 676 - PDF
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      (Review)
      A Last Link With the Eighteen-Nineties
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      The Bookman
      , October 1919, pp. 211-212 - PDF
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      (2 Reviews)
      A Survey of Modernist Poetry, by Laura Riding and Robert Graves
      1. A Survey of Modernist Poetry by Laura Riding and Robert Graves
      2. A Pamphlet Against Anthologies by Laura Riding and Robert Graves
      The Bookman
      , March 1929, pp. 104-105 - PDF
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      (Review)
      The Insider, by Alice Beal Parsons
      1. The Insider by Alice Beal Parsons
      The Bookman
      , April 1929, p. 196 - PDF
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      (Review)
      Rome Haul, by Walter D. Edmonds
      1. Rome Haul by Walter D. Edmonds
      The Bookman
      , April 1929, p. 197 - PDF
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      (Review)
      A Dish for the Gods, by Cyril Hume
      1. A Dish for the Gods by Cyril Hume
      The Bookman
      , June 1929, p. 431 - PDF
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      (Review)
      The Wave, by Evelyn Scott
      1. The Wave by Evelyn Scott
      The Bookman
      , August 1929, p. 662 - PDF
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      (Review)
      Crescendo, by Ethel Mannin
      1. Crescendo by Ethel Mannin
      The Bookman
      , August 1929, p. 662 - PDF
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      (Review)
      The Fiddler, by Sarah Gertrude Millin
      1. The Fiddler by Sarah Gertrude Millin
      The Bookman
      , October 1929, p. 203 - PDF
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      (Review)
      Borgia, by Zona Gale
      1. Borgia by Zona Gale
      The Bookman
      , November 1929, p. 315 - PDF
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      (Review)
      A Roman Holiday, by Don Ryan
      1. A Roman Holiday by Don Ryan
      The Bookman
      , March 1930, p. 104 - PDF
      1. A Roman Holiday by Don Ryan
      The Bookman
      , March 1928, pp. 56-60 - PDF
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      (29 Reviews)
      Tristram, by Edwin Arlington Robinson
      1. Tristram by Edwin Arlington Robinson
      2. Elmer Gantry by Sinclair Lewis
      3. The Magic Mountain by Thomas Mann
      4. The Old Countess by Anne Douglas Sedgwick (Mrs. Basil de Selincourt)
      5. Marching On by James Boyd
      6. Mr. Fortune's Maggot by Sylvia Townsend Warner
      7. Black April by Julia Peterkin
      8. Shadows Waiting by Eleanor Carroll Chilton
      9. Young Men in Love by Michael Arlen
      10. Brother Saul by Donn Byrne
      11. The Triumph of Youth by Jacob Wassermann
      12. The Case of Bevan Yorke by W.B. Maxwell
      13. Twilight Sleep by Edith Wharton
      14. Decadence by Maksim Gorky
      15. The Return of Don Quixote by G.K. Chesterton
      16. Wilhelm Hohenzollern: The Last of the Kaisers by Emil Ludwig
      17. Anthony Trollope: A Commentary by Michael Sadleir
      18. Eleonora Duse by Arthur Symons
      19. The Road to the Temple by Susan Glaspell
      20. Disraeli by D.L. Murray
      21. Trumpets of Jubilee by Constance Mayfield Rourke
      22. Main Currents in American Thought by Vernon Louis Parrington
      23. The Rise of American Civilization by Charles A. Beard and Mary R. Beard
      24. Revolt in the Desert by T.E. Lawrence
      25. Orient Express by John Dos Passos
      26. First Crossing of the Polar Sea by Roald Amundsen and Lincoln Ellsworth
      27. Emerson and Others by Van Wyck Brooks
      28. A Call to Order by Jean Cocteau
      29. Hawkers and Walkers in Early America by Richardson Wright
      The Bookman
      , July 1927, pp. 554-560 - PDF
      1. Tristram by Edwin Arlington Robinson
      2. Elmer Gantry by Sinclair Lewis
      3. The Magic Mountain by Thomas Mann
      4. The Old Countess by Anne Douglas Sedgwick (Mrs. Basil de Selincourt)
      5. Marching On by James Boyd
      6. Mr. Fortune's Maggot by Sylvia Townsend Warner
      7. Black April by Julia Peterkin
      8. Shadows Waiting by Eleanor Carroll Chilton
      9. Young Men in Love by Michael Arlen
      10. Brother Saul by Donn Byrne
      11. The Triumph of Youth by Jacob Wassermann
      12. The Case of Bevan Yorke by W.B. Maxwell
      13. Twilight Sleep by Edith Wharton
      14. Decadence by Maksim Gorky
      15. The Return of Don Quixote by G.K. Chesterton
      16. Wilhelm Hohenzollern: The Last of the Kaisers by Emil Ludwig
      17. Anthony Trollope: A Commentary by Michael Sadleir
      18. Eleonora Duse by Arthur Symons
      19. The Road to the Temple by Susan Glaspell
      20. Disraeli by D.L. Murray
      21. Trumpets of Jubilee by Constance Mayfield Rourke
      22. Main Currents in American Thought by Vernon Louis Parrington
      23. The Rise of American Civilization by Charles A. Beard and Mary R. Beard
      24. Revolt in the Desert by T.E. Lawrence
      25. Orient Express by John Dos Passos
      26. First Crossing of the Polar Sea by Roald Amundsen and Lincoln Ellsworth
      27. Emerson and Others by Van Wyck Brooks
      28. A Call to Order by Jean Cocteau
      29. Hawkers and Walkers in Early America by Richardson Wright
      The Bookman
      , August 1927, pp. 634-639 - PDF
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      The Irish Home-Rule Convention, by George W. Russell, Horace Plunkett, a...
      1. The Irish Home-Rule Convention by George W. Russell, Horace Plunkett, a...
      The Bookman
      , November 1917, pp. 331-333 - PDF
      1. The Irish Home-Rule Convention by George W. Russell, Horace Plunkett, a...
      The Bookman
      , November 1926, pp. 320-329 - PDF
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      (Review)
      Anthology of Newspaper Verse for 1919, by Franklyn Pierre Davis
      1. Anthology of Newspaper Verse for 1919 by Franklyn Pierre Davis
      The Bookman
      , October 1920, p. 168 - PDF
      1. Anthology of Newspaper Verse for 1919 by Franklyn Pierre Davis
      The Bookman
      , January 1922, pp. 474-475 - PDF