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    1. Part I
      The Bookman
      , October 1915, pp. 128-134 - PDF
    2. Part II
      The Bookman
      , November 1915, pp. 281-287 - PDF
    3. Part III
      The Bookman
      , December 1915, pp. 389-395 - PDF
    4. The Bookman
      , February 1915, pp. 618-620 - PDF
    5. The Bookman
      , May 1915, pp. 299-301 - PDF
    6. [+]
      (27 Reviews)
      Essays on Books, by William Lyon Phelps
      1. Essays on Books by William Lyon Phelps
      2. Impressions and Comments by Havelock Ellis
      3. Coasting Bohemia by J. Comyns Carr
      4. Major Prophets of To-Day by Edwin Emery Slosson
      5. The Man of Genius by Hermann Turck
      6. Shakespeare and Sir Walter Raleigh by Henry Pemberton
      7. Flaubert by Emile Faguet
      8. Balzac by Emile Faguet
      9. The Life and Genius of Nathaniel Hawthorne by Frank Preston Stearns
      10. Browning's Heroines by Ethel Colburn Mayne
      11. Synopses of Dickens Novels by J. Walker McSpadden
      12. Waverley Synopses by J. Walker McSpadden
      13. Shaksperian Synopses by J. Walker McSpadden
      14. Joseph Conrad: A Study by Richard Curle
      15. Belshazzar Court, or Village Life in New York City by Simeon Strunsky
      16. Footnotes to Life by Frank Crane
      17. The Joyful Heart by Robert Haven Schauffler
      18. The Book Fancier by Percy Fitzgerald
      19. Byways in Bookland by Walter A. Mursell
      20. Biblical Libraries by Ernest Cushing Richardson
      21. The Reading Public by MacGregor Jenkins
      22. The Author's Craft by Arnold Bennett
      23. The Short Story by Ethan Allen Cross
      24. Hints to Young Writers by Orison Swett Marden
      25. How to See a Play by Richard Burton
      26. The Changing Drama by Archibald Henderson
      27. The Theatre of To-Day by Hiram Kelly Moderwell
      The Bookman
      , January 1915, pp. 563-568 - PDF
      1. Essays on Books by William Lyon Phelps
      2. Impressions and Comments by Havelock Ellis
      3. Coasting Bohemia by J. Comyns Carr
      4. Major Prophets of To-Day by Edwin Emery Slosson
      5. The Man of Genius by Hermann Turck
      6. Shakespeare and Sir Walter Raleigh by Henry Pemberton
      7. Flaubert by Emile Faguet
      8. Balzac by Emile Faguet
      9. The Life and Genius of Nathaniel Hawthorne by Frank Preston Stearns
      10. Browning's Heroines by Ethel Colburn Mayne
      11. Synopses of Dickens Novels by J. Walker McSpadden
      12. Waverley Synopses by J. Walker McSpadden
      13. Shaksperian Synopses by J. Walker McSpadden
      14. Joseph Conrad: A Study by Richard Curle
      15. Belshazzar Court, or Village Life in New York City by Simeon Strunsky
      16. Footnotes to Life by Frank Crane
      17. The Joyful Heart by Robert Haven Schauffler
      18. The Book Fancier by Percy Fitzgerald
      19. Byways in Bookland by Walter A. Mursell
      20. Biblical Libraries by Ernest Cushing Richardson
      21. The Reading Public by MacGregor Jenkins
      22. The Author's Craft by Arnold Bennett
      23. The Short Story by Ethan Allen Cross
      24. Hints to Young Writers by Orison Swett Marden
      25. How to See a Play by Richard Burton
      26. The Changing Drama by Archibald Henderson
      27. The Theatre of To-Day by Hiram Kelly Moderwell
      The Bookman
      , October 1915, pp. 147-153 - PDF
    7. (Verse)
      1. Essays on Books by William Lyon Phelps
      2. Impressions and Comments by Havelock Ellis
      3. Coasting Bohemia by J. Comyns Carr
      4. Major Prophets of To-Day by Edwin Emery Slosson
      5. The Man of Genius by Hermann Turck
      6. Shakespeare and Sir Walter Raleigh by Henry Pemberton
      7. Flaubert by Emile Faguet
      8. Balzac by Emile Faguet
      9. The Life and Genius of Nathaniel Hawthorne by Frank Preston Stearns
      10. Browning's Heroines by Ethel Colburn Mayne
      11. Synopses of Dickens Novels by J. Walker McSpadden
      12. Waverley Synopses by J. Walker McSpadden
      13. Shaksperian Synopses by J. Walker McSpadden
      14. Joseph Conrad: A Study by Richard Curle
      15. Belshazzar Court, or Village Life in New York City by Simeon Strunsky
      16. Footnotes to Life by Frank Crane
      17. The Joyful Heart by Robert Haven Schauffler
      18. The Book Fancier by Percy Fitzgerald
      19. Byways in Bookland by Walter A. Mursell
      20. Biblical Libraries by Ernest Cushing Richardson
      21. The Reading Public by MacGregor Jenkins
      22. The Author's Craft by Arnold Bennett
      23. The Short Story by Ethan Allen Cross
      24. Hints to Young Writers by Orison Swett Marden
      25. How to See a Play by Richard Burton
      26. The Changing Drama by Archibald Henderson
      27. The Theatre of To-Day by Hiram Kelly Moderwell
      The Bookman
      , September 1915, p. 82 - PDF
    8. (Verse)
      1. Essays on Books by William Lyon Phelps
      2. Impressions and Comments by Havelock Ellis
      3. Coasting Bohemia by J. Comyns Carr
      4. Major Prophets of To-Day by Edwin Emery Slosson
      5. The Man of Genius by Hermann Turck
      6. Shakespeare and Sir Walter Raleigh by Henry Pemberton
      7. Flaubert by Emile Faguet
      8. Balzac by Emile Faguet
      9. The Life and Genius of Nathaniel Hawthorne by Frank Preston Stearns
      10. Browning's Heroines by Ethel Colburn Mayne
      11. Synopses of Dickens Novels by J. Walker McSpadden
      12. Waverley Synopses by J. Walker McSpadden
      13. Shaksperian Synopses by J. Walker McSpadden
      14. Joseph Conrad: A Study by Richard Curle
      15. Belshazzar Court, or Village Life in New York City by Simeon Strunsky
      16. Footnotes to Life by Frank Crane
      17. The Joyful Heart by Robert Haven Schauffler
      18. The Book Fancier by Percy Fitzgerald
      19. Byways in Bookland by Walter A. Mursell
      20. Biblical Libraries by Ernest Cushing Richardson
      21. The Reading Public by MacGregor Jenkins
      22. The Author's Craft by Arnold Bennett
      23. The Short Story by Ethan Allen Cross
      24. Hints to Young Writers by Orison Swett Marden
      25. How to See a Play by Richard Burton
      26. The Changing Drama by Archibald Henderson
      27. The Theatre of To-Day by Hiram Kelly Moderwell
      The Bookman
      , March 1915, p. 106 - PDF
    9. (Verse)
      1. Essays on Books by William Lyon Phelps
      2. Impressions and Comments by Havelock Ellis
      3. Coasting Bohemia by J. Comyns Carr
      4. Major Prophets of To-Day by Edwin Emery Slosson
      5. The Man of Genius by Hermann Turck
      6. Shakespeare and Sir Walter Raleigh by Henry Pemberton
      7. Flaubert by Emile Faguet
      8. Balzac by Emile Faguet
      9. The Life and Genius of Nathaniel Hawthorne by Frank Preston Stearns
      10. Browning's Heroines by Ethel Colburn Mayne
      11. Synopses of Dickens Novels by J. Walker McSpadden
      12. Waverley Synopses by J. Walker McSpadden
      13. Shaksperian Synopses by J. Walker McSpadden
      14. Joseph Conrad: A Study by Richard Curle
      15. Belshazzar Court, or Village Life in New York City by Simeon Strunsky
      16. Footnotes to Life by Frank Crane
      17. The Joyful Heart by Robert Haven Schauffler
      18. The Book Fancier by Percy Fitzgerald
      19. Byways in Bookland by Walter A. Mursell
      20. Biblical Libraries by Ernest Cushing Richardson
      21. The Reading Public by MacGregor Jenkins
      22. The Author's Craft by Arnold Bennett
      23. The Short Story by Ethan Allen Cross
      24. Hints to Young Writers by Orison Swett Marden
      25. How to See a Play by Richard Burton
      26. The Changing Drama by Archibald Henderson
      27. The Theatre of To-Day by Hiram Kelly Moderwell
      The Bookman
      , March 1915, p. 105 - PDF
      1. Essays on Books by William Lyon Phelps
      2. Impressions and Comments by Havelock Ellis
      3. Coasting Bohemia by J. Comyns Carr
      4. Major Prophets of To-Day by Edwin Emery Slosson
      5. The Man of Genius by Hermann Turck
      6. Shakespeare and Sir Walter Raleigh by Henry Pemberton
      7. Flaubert by Emile Faguet
      8. Balzac by Emile Faguet
      9. The Life and Genius of Nathaniel Hawthorne by Frank Preston Stearns
      10. Browning's Heroines by Ethel Colburn Mayne
      11. Synopses of Dickens Novels by J. Walker McSpadden
      12. Waverley Synopses by J. Walker McSpadden
      13. Shaksperian Synopses by J. Walker McSpadden
      14. Joseph Conrad: A Study by Richard Curle
      15. Belshazzar Court, or Village Life in New York City by Simeon Strunsky
      16. Footnotes to Life by Frank Crane
      17. The Joyful Heart by Robert Haven Schauffler
      18. The Book Fancier by Percy Fitzgerald
      19. Byways in Bookland by Walter A. Mursell
      20. Biblical Libraries by Ernest Cushing Richardson
      21. The Reading Public by MacGregor Jenkins
      22. The Author's Craft by Arnold Bennett
      23. The Short Story by Ethan Allen Cross
      24. Hints to Young Writers by Orison Swett Marden
      25. How to See a Play by Richard Burton
      26. The Changing Drama by Archibald Henderson
      27. The Theatre of To-Day by Hiram Kelly Moderwell
      The Bookman
      , November 1915, pp. 270-274 - PDF
      1. Essays on Books by William Lyon Phelps
      2. Impressions and Comments by Havelock Ellis
      3. Coasting Bohemia by J. Comyns Carr
      4. Major Prophets of To-Day by Edwin Emery Slosson
      5. The Man of Genius by Hermann Turck
      6. Shakespeare and Sir Walter Raleigh by Henry Pemberton
      7. Flaubert by Emile Faguet
      8. Balzac by Emile Faguet
      9. The Life and Genius of Nathaniel Hawthorne by Frank Preston Stearns
      10. Browning's Heroines by Ethel Colburn Mayne
      11. Synopses of Dickens Novels by J. Walker McSpadden
      12. Waverley Synopses by J. Walker McSpadden
      13. Shaksperian Synopses by J. Walker McSpadden
      14. Joseph Conrad: A Study by Richard Curle
      15. Belshazzar Court, or Village Life in New York City by Simeon Strunsky
      16. Footnotes to Life by Frank Crane
      17. The Joyful Heart by Robert Haven Schauffler
      18. The Book Fancier by Percy Fitzgerald
      19. Byways in Bookland by Walter A. Mursell
      20. Biblical Libraries by Ernest Cushing Richardson
      21. The Reading Public by MacGregor Jenkins
      22. The Author's Craft by Arnold Bennett
      23. The Short Story by Ethan Allen Cross
      24. Hints to Young Writers by Orison Swett Marden
      25. How to See a Play by Richard Burton
      26. The Changing Drama by Archibald Henderson
      27. The Theatre of To-Day by Hiram Kelly Moderwell
      The Bookman
      , February 1915, pp. 609-615 - PDF
    10. [+]
      (Review)
      VI. George du Maurier's "Trilby"
      1. Trilby by George Du Maurier
      The Bookman
      , February 1915, pp. 599-608 - PDF
    11. Reports on Fiction
      1. Trilby by George Du Maurier
      The Bookman
      , January 1915, pp. 574-575 - PDF
    12. Public Library Reports
      1. Trilby by George Du Maurier
      The Bookman
      , January 1915, p. 576 - PDF
    13. Best Selling Books
      1. Trilby by George Du Maurier
      The Bookman
      , January 1915, pp. 576-578 - PDF
    14. Reports on Fiction
      1. Trilby by George Du Maurier
      The Bookman
      , February 1915, pp. 686-687 - PDF
    15. Public Library Reports
      1. Trilby by George Du Maurier
      The Bookman
      , February 1915, p. 688 - PDF
    16. Best-Selling Books
      1. Trilby by George Du Maurier
      The Bookman
      , February 1915, p. 688 - PDF
    17. Readers' Guide to Latest Books
      1. Trilby by George Du Maurier
      The Bookman
      , March 1915, pp. 106-109 - PDF