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A: The inclusion of the copyright-excluded material allows users to examine a more nearly complete collection of a given author's writings, even if many of the particular items themselves are currently unavailable due to copyright. If necessary, many of these other items can often be accessed and read on other websites or content systems, especially in the case of extent publications. Furthermore, there is a chance that at some future point these publications will be released for reading on this website as well.

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A: The current Version 2.0 release of UNZ.org incorporates major design changes from the previous version, but nearly all of the same underlying printed content is still available. Given the relatively slight use of the previous links to external videos and webzines, these portions have been removed, thereby streamlining access to the printed materials which constitute the main value of the system. Another major change has been the widespread use of Javascript, rendering most of the pages "reactive" as you begin entering information.

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At any point, the relative size of the names in a given Cloud indicates the volume of underlying content material associated with that name. Meanwhile, the color indicates what fraction of the content material is readable (for copyright reasons): bright blue indicates mostly readable, dark blue indicates partly readable, and black means mostly unreadable

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The Forum Archives
By Donald F. Rose
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    Total Archives: 51 Years, 526 Issues, 9,708 Articles, 60,931pp
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    1. A Socratic Dialogue
      The Forum
      , December 1929, pp. 346-350 - PDF
    2. The Forum
      , July 1, 1928 - PDF
    3. The Forum
      , September 1, 1928 - PDF
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      (Review)
      Meanwhile: The Picture of a Lady, by H.G. Wells
      1. Meanwhile: The Picture of a Lady by H.G. Wells
      The Forum
      , November 1927, p. 797 - PDF
    5. The Glandular Hypothesis
      1. Meanwhile: The Picture of a Lady by H.G. Wells
      The Forum
      , March 1929 - PDF
    6.  
      Geometry for Beginners
      1. Meanwhile: The Picture of a Lady by H.G. Wells
      The Forum
      , September 1929 - PDF
    7. The Pessimism of Protoplasm
      1. Meanwhile: The Picture of a Lady by H.G. Wells
      The Forum
      , November 1929 - PDF
    8. September Reading
      1. Meanwhile: The Picture of a Lady by H.G. Wells
      The Forum
      , September 1, 1928 - PDF
    9. August Reading
      1. Meanwhile: The Picture of a Lady by H.G. Wells
      The Forum
      , August 1, 1928 - PDF
    10. October Reading
      1. Meanwhile: The Picture of a Lady by H.G. Wells
      The Forum
      , October 1, 1928 - PDF
    11. November Reading
      1. Meanwhile: The Picture of a Lady by H.G. Wells
      The Forum
      , November 1, 1928 - PDF
    12. December Reading
      1. Meanwhile: The Picture of a Lady by H.G. Wells
      The Forum
      , December 1, 1928 - PDF
    13. [+]
      (19 Reviews)
      January Reading
      1. My Autobiography by Benito Mussolini
      2. Adepts In Self-Portraiture by Stefan Zweig
      3. Big Frogs by Henry F. Pringle
      4. Mary Anne Disraeli by James Sykes
      5. John Cameron's Odyssey by Andrew Farrell and John Cameron
      6. The Amazing Life of John Law by Georges Oudard
      7. The Life and Death of an Ideal by Albert Leon Guerard
      8. Paris Salons, Cafes and Studios by Sisley Huddleston
      9. A Little Less Than Gods by Ford Madox Ford
      10. Yet Do Not Grieve by Conal O'Riordan
      11. Pilgrims of Adversity by William McFee
      12. The Jealous Gods by Gertrude Atherton
      13. Reubeni, Prince of the Jews by Max Brod
      14. Judgment Day by Norman Davey
      15. How the Old Woman Got Home by M.P. Shiel
      16. Conquest: America's Painless Imperialism by John F. Carter
      17. Prohibition, Legal and Illegal by Howard Lee McBain
      18. Science and Good Behavior by H.M. Parshley
      19. The Doctor Looks at Marriage and Medicine by Joseph Collins
      The Forum
      , January 1929 - PDF
    14. [+]
      (16 Reviews)
      February Reading
      1. Mr. Blettsworthy on Rampole Island by H.G. Wells
      2. Private Suhren by Georg von der Vring
      3. The Case of Sergeant Grischa by Arnold Zweig
      4. Boston by Upton Sinclair
      5. The Mad Professor by Hermann Sudermann
      6. Elizabeth and Essex: A Tragic History by Lytton Strachey
      7. Tiberius Caesar by G.P. Baker
      8. The Tragic Empress by Maurice Paleologue
      9. The Motives of Men by George A. Coe
      10. The Inferiority Feeling by William S. Walsh
      11. Behind Your Front by James Oppenheim
      12. The Wanderer by Henri Alain-Fournier
      13. Penelope's Man by John Erskine
      14. Joshua's Vision by William J. Locke
      15. Wits' End by Viola Paradise
      16. Lily Christine by Michael Arlen
      The Forum
      , February 1929 - PDF
    15. [+]
      (8 Reviews)
      March Reading
      1. Joseph and His Brethren by H.W. Freeman
      2. The Rebel Generation by Jo Van Ammers-Kuller
      3. The Nature of the Physical World by Sir Arthur S. Eddington
      4. Hows and Whys of Human Behavior by George A. Dorsey
      5. While the Bridegroom Tarried by Edna Bryner
      6. Transport by Isa Glenn
      7. Through English Eyes by John A. Spender
      8. The Way the World Is Going by H.G. Wells
      The Forum
      , March 1929 - PDF
    16. [+]
      (16 Reviews)
      April Reading
      1. The Silver Virgin by I.A.R. Wylie
      2. Expiation by Mary Annette Elizabeth
      3. Memoirs of a Fox-Hunting Man by Siegfried Sassoon
      4. The True Heart by Sylvia Townsend Warner
      5. This Strange Adventure by Mary Roberts Rinehart
      6. As They Saw Us by George Sylvester Viereck
      7. Falsehood in Wartime by Arthur Ponsonby
      8. Mountain Against Mountain by Arthur Davison Ficke
      9. "Farmer, Have You a Daughter Fair?" by Mike Wallach
      10. Last Changes, Last Chances by Henry W. Nevinson
      11. Generally Speaking by G.K. Chesterton
      12. The Untold Story by Mary Desti
      13. The Diary of Tolstoy's Wife, 1860-1891 by Sophia A. Tolstoy
      14. Charles Baudelaire: Flower of Evil by Francois Porche
      15. Black America by Scott Nearing
      16. This Side of Jordan by Roark Bradford
      The Forum
      , April 1929 - PDF
    17. [+]
      (13 Reviews)
      May Reading
      1. Rome Haul by Walter D. Edmonds
      2. Back to Stay by Jonathan Leonard
      3. The Bride's House by Dawn Powell
      4. Love in Chicago by Charles Walt
      5. The Cradle of the Deep by Joan Lowell
      6. The Pedro Gorino by Harry Dean and Sterling North
      7. On Mediterranean Shores by Emil Ludwig
      8. The Pathway by Henry Williamson
      9. Prima Donna by Pitts Sanborn
      10. Seven Brothers by Alexis Kivi
      11. The Exquisite Tragedy by Amabel Williams-Ellis
      12. A Procession of Lovers by Lloyd R. Morris
      13. Our Face from Fish to Man by William K. Gregory
      The Forum
      , May 1929 - PDF
    18. [+]
      (15 Reviews)
      June Reading
      1. Hobby House by Russell Neale
      2. Dark Star by Lorna Moon
      3. Dark Hester by Anne Douglas Sedgwick
      4. Tomorrow Never Comes by R.L. Duffus
      5. Jehovah's Day by Mary Borden
      6. Anastasia by Harriet von Rathlef-Keilmann
      7. For Lancelot Andrewes by T.S. Eliot
      8. The Dictionary of American Biography by Allen Johnson and Dumas Malone
      9. The Life of H.R.H. the Duke of Flamborough, by Benjamin Bunny by Laurence Housman
      10. John Jacob Astor by Arthur D. Howden Smith
      11. Bitter Bierce by C. Hartley Grattan
      12. Portrait of Ambrose Bierce by Adolphe D. de Castro
      13. A Daughter of Earth by Agnes Smedley
      14. The Last Home of Mystery by E. Alexander Powell
      15. Red Tiger by Phillips Russell
      The Forum
      , June 1929 - PDF
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      (13 Reviews)
      July Reading
      1. Cold Steel by M.P. Shiel
      2. Molinoff; or, The Count in the Kitchen by Maurice Bedel
      3. Through the Lattice by Evelyne Close
      4. Mortal Men by Burnham Carter
      5. As Far As Jane's Grandmother by Edith Olivier
      6. Swords and Roses by Joseph Hergesheimer
      7. The Litany of Washington Street by Vachel Lindsay
      8. Hello Towns! by Sherwood Anderson
      9. Hardware by Edward L. McKenna
      10. Round-Up by Ring W. Lardner
      11. Awake and Rehearse by Louis Bromfield
      12. Black Magic by Paul Morand
      13. A Native Argosy by Morley Callaghan
      The Forum
      , July 1929 - PDF
    20. [+]
      (8 Reviews)
      August Reading
      1. All Quiet on the Western Front by Erich Maria Remarque
      2. Sleeveless Errand by Norah C. James
      3. Salt Water Taffy by Corey Ford and June Triplett
      4. Little Caesar by W.R. Burnett
      5. Class Reunion by Franz Werfel
      6. Philosophy of the Dusk by Kain O'Dare
      7. The Lady of Laws by Susanne Trautwein
      8. Pagan Interval by Frances Winwar
      The Forum
      , August 1929 - PDF