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The Forum Archives
By Edith H. Walton
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    1. [+]
      (20 Reviews)
      The New Dealers, by John F. Carter
      1. The New Dealers by John F. Carter
      2. Rebel America by Lillian Symes and Travers Clement
      3. Nazism: An Assault on Civilization by Pierre Van Paassen and James W. Wise
      4. Twice Seven by Henry C. Bainbridge
      5. Windows on Henry Street by Lillian D. Wald
      6. The Oppermanns by Lion Feuchtwanger
      7. Moscow, 1911-1933 by Allan Monkhouse
      8. Thomas A. Edison by Mary Childs Nerney
      9. Smirt by James Branch Cabell
      10. Parched Earth by Arnold B. Armstrong
      11. Private Worlds by Phyllis Bottome
      12. The Wife by Helen Grace Carlisle
      13. So Stood I by Jane Culver
      14. Breakfast in Bed by Sylvia Thompson
      15. The Nine Tailors by Dorothy L. Sayers
      16. Geoffrey Chaucer by John Livingston Lowes
      17. Bloody Mary's by Geoffrey Dennis
      18. I Was a German by Ernst Toller
      19. Samuel Pepys: The Man in the Making, 1633-1669 by Arthur Bryant
      20. Men Against the Sea by Charles Nordhoff and James Norman Hall
      The Forum
      , April 1934 - PDF
    2. [+]
      (16 Reviews)
      Colonel Lawrence of Arabia, by B.H. Liddell Hart
      1. Colonel Lawrence of Arabia by B.H. Liddell Hart
      2. Nijinsky by Romola Nijinsky
      3. Tender is the Night by F. Scott Fitzgerald
      4. Germany Prepares for War by Ewald Banse
      5. Long Remember by MacKinlay Kantor
      6. James Shore's Daughter by Stephen Vincent Benet
      7. In All Countries by John Dos Passos
      8. How Odd of God by Lewis Browne
      9. Bassett by Stella Gibbons
      10. Do We Want Fascism? by Carmen Haider
      11. The Reckoning by Leane Zugsmith
      12. Late Flowering by Janet Curren Owen
      13. Seven Gothic Tales by Isak Dinesen
      14. The Roosevelt Year by Pare Lorentz
      15. Come in at the Door by William March
      16. The Menace of Recovery by William MacDonald
      The Forum
      , May 1934 - PDF
    3. [+]
      (9 Reviews)
      The Coming American Revolution, by George Henry Soule
      1. The Coming American Revolution by George Henry Soule
      2. Escape from the Soviets by Tatiana Tchernavin
      3. People at Work by Frances Perkins
      4. Journey to the End of the Night by Louis-Ferdinand Celine
      5. First Childhood by Lord Gerald Hugh Tyrwitt-Wilson Berners
      6. Our Master's Voice: Advertising by James Rorty
      7. The House in the Hills by Simonne Ratel
      8. The Case for Sterilization by Leon F. Whitney
      9. Good-Bye, Mr. Chips by James Hilton
      The Forum
      , July 1934 - PDF
    4. [+]
      (14 Reviews)
      A Backward Glance, by Edith Wharton
      1. A Backward Glance by Edith Wharton
      2. Artists in Uniform by Max Eastman
      3. Breathe Upon These Slain by Evelyn Scott
      4. Nine Etched from Life by Emil Ludwig
      5. The Unpossessed by Tess Slesinger
      6. Water Front by John Brophy
      7. Among the Lost People by Conrad Aiken
      8. The Land of Plenty by Robert Cantwell
      9. Memories of My Childhood by Selma Lagerlof
      10. Kaleidoscope by Stefan Zweig
      11. Striplings by N. Warner Hooke
      12. Reflections on the End of an Era by Reinhold Niebuhr
      13. The Ginger Griffin by Ann Bridge
      14. Industrialized Russia by Alcan Hirsch
      The Forum
      , July 1934 - PDF
    5. [+]
      (15 Reviews)
      Hitler Over Europe?, by Ernst Henri
      1. Hitler Over Europe? by Ernst Henri
      2. Property or Peace? by Henry Noel Brailsford
      3. A Conquest of Tibet by Sven Hedin
      4. American Song by Paul Engle
      5. Beale Street: Where the Blues Began by George Washington Lee
      6. The Provincial Lady in America by E.M. Delafield
      7. Friends and Romans by Virginia Faulkner
      8. Europe Between Wars? by Hamilton Fish Armstrong
      9. The Second House from the Corner by Max Miller
      10. Alexander the Corrector by Edith Olivier
      11. First and Last by Ring Lardner
      12. Matador by Marguerite Steen
      13. Sun on Their Shoulders by Elizabeth Eastman
      14. Years Are So Long by Josephine Lawrence
      15. To the Vanquished by I.A.R. Wylie
      The Forum
      , August 1934 - PDF
    6. [+]
      (14 Reviews)
      Black Monastery, by Aladar Kuncz
      1. Black Monastery by Aladar Kuncz
      2. Now in November by Josephine W. Johnson
      3. One's Company by Peter Fleming
      4. Lust for Life by Irving Stone
      5. Fontamara by Ignazio Silone
      6. Turkestan Reunion by Eleanor Holgate Lattimore
      7. The Folks by Ruth Suckow
      8. Franz Anton Mesmer by Margaret L. Goldsmith
      9. The Anteroom by Kate O'Brien
      10. My Shadow as I Pass by Sybil Bolitho
      11. Luminous Isle by Eliot Bliss
      12. The Maker of Signs by Whit Burnett
      13. The Passing Chapter by Shane Leslie
      14. The World As I See It by Albert Einstein
      The Forum
      , October 1934 - PDF
    7. [+]
      (23 Reviews)
      Robert E. Lee: A Biography, by Douglas Southall Freeman
      1. Robert E. Lee: A Biography by Douglas Southall Freeman
      2. "Not I, But the Wind..." by Frieda Lawrence
      3. Roman Spring: Memoirs by Margaret Terry Chanler
      4. The Executioner Waits by Josephine Herbst
      5. Peace with Honour by A.A. Milne
      6. City Editor by Stanley Walker
      7. Lightship by Archie Binns
      8. The Age of Confidence by Henry Seidel Canby
      9. Tents in Mongolia by Henning Haslund
      10. We Accept with Pleasure by Bernard A. DeVoto
      11. John Brown: Terrible "Saint" by David Karsner
      12. Three Men Die by Sarah Gertrude Millin
      13. February Hill by Victoria Lincoln
      14. Vienna Diary by Naomi Mitchison
      15. My Next Bride by Kay Boyle
      16. Black God by D. Manners-Sutton
      17. The Backwash of War by Ellen N. La Motte
      18. Seed of Adam by Violet Campbell
      19. The Golden Vanity by Isabel Paterson
      20. Morning Shows the Day by Helen R. Hull
      21. When Yellow Leaves by Ethel Boileau
      22. At Sea by Arthur Calder-Marshall
      23. Candy by Lillie McMakin Alexander
      The Forum
      , November 1934 - PDF
    8. [+]
      (16 Reviews)
      The Forty Days of Musa Dagh, by Franz Werfel
      1. The Forty Days of Musa Dagh by Franz Werfel
      2. Earth Conquerors by J. Leslie Mitchell
      3. Suzy by Herbert Gorman
      4. The Saar Struggle by Michael T. Florinsky
      5. Tarabas: A Guest on Earth by Joseph Roth
      6. The Mighty Barnum by Gene Fowler and Bess Meredyth
      7. Skin Deep by M.C. Phillips
      8. Little Orvie by Booth Tarkington
      9. Myself by John R. Commons
      10. The Jasmine Farm by Elizabeth
      11. Erasmus of Rotterdam by Stefan Zweig
      12. Week-End by Phil Stong
      13. Then a Soldier by Thomas Dent
      14. Delay in the Sun by Anthony Thorne
      15. Britannia Waives the Rules by A.T. Culwick
      16. Philosophers Speak for Themselves by Thomas V. Smith
      The Forum
      , January 1935 - PDF
    9. [+]
      (26 Reviews)
      The American Diplomatic Game, by Drew Pearson and Constantine Brown
      1. The American Diplomatic Game by Drew Pearson and Constantine Brown
      2. Memory of Love by Bessie Breuer
      3. Sold Out to the Future by Roy A. Helton
      4. Mary Poppins by P.L. Travers
      5. Human Exploitation in the United States by Norman Thomas
      6. Changing Asia by Egon Erwin Kisch
      7. Land of Promise by Leo Lania
      8. The Economic Consequences of the New Deal by Benjamin Stolberg and Warren Jay Vinton
      9. Outward Bound from Liverpool by Edouard Peisson
      10. The Transients by Mark Van Doren
      11. Rats, Lice, and History by Hans Zinsser
      12. The Old Boat Rocker by Wiliam S. Mudd
      13. The World Went Mad by John Brophy
      14. Images of Earth: Guatemala by Agnes Rothery
      15. Hornets' Nest by Helen Ashton
      16. The Man on the Barge by Max Miller
      17. Condorcet and the Rise of Liberalism in France by J. Salwyn Schapiro
      18. American Family by Faith Baldwin
      19. The Sancroft Sisters by Beatrice Curtis Brown
      20. The Harsh Voice by Rebecca West
      21. Letters from John Galsworthy, 1900-1932 by Edward Garnett and John Galsworthy
      22. The Doomington Wanderer by Louis Golding
      23. The Doctor in History by Howard W. Haggard
      24. Not Mine to Finish by Genevieve Taggard
      25. A House Divided by Pearl S. Buck
      26. The Abbey of Evolayne by Paule Regnier
      The Forum
      , February 1935 - PDF
    10. [+]
      (16 Reviews)
      Things to Live For, by Francis Stuart
      1. Things to Live For by Francis Stuart
      2. Personal History by Vincent Sheean
      3. A Curtain Falls by Joseph Verner Reed
      4. The Iron Mother by Charles Braibant
      5. Farewell to Fifth Avenue by Cornelius Vanderbilt
      6. Ollie Miss by George Wylie Henderson
      7. Years of Plunder by Proctor W. Hansl
      8. We Jews by George E. Sokolsky
      9. The Doctor's Son, and Other Stories by John O'Hara
      10. Women on Their Own by Olga Knopf
      11. Shining and Free by G.B. Stern
      12. The Conquest of the Maya by J. Leslie Mitchell
      13. Victorian Family Robinson by Beatrice Grimshaw
      14. Follow the Furies by Eleanor Carroll Chilton
      15. Silver Collar Boy by Constance Wright
      16. Season Ticket by Margaret Iles
      The Forum
      , March 1935 - PDF
    11. [+]
      (14 Reviews)
      The Nature of Capitalist Crisis, by John Strachey
      1. The Nature of Capitalist Crisis by John Strachey
      2. Gerald: A Portrait by Daphne du Maurier
      3. In Time of Peace by Thomas Boyd
      4. Leopold the Unloved by Ludwig Bauer
      5. Siesta by Berry Fleming
      6. Ten Thousand Public Enemies by Courtney Ryley Cooper
      7. He Sent Forth a Raven by Elizabeth Madox Roberts
      8. Spanish Raggle-Taggle by Walter Starkie
      9. Time Out of Mind by Rachel Field
      10. The Islandman by Tomas O'Crohan
      11. The Pumpkin Coach by Louis Paul
      12. Memoirs of a Small-Town Surgeon by John Brooks Wheeler
      13. Light from Arcturus by Mildred Walker
      14. The Forgotten Fifty Billions by W.W. Craig and Challiss Gore
      The Forum
      , April 1935 - PDF
    12. [+]
      (10 Reviews)
      Retreat from Glory, by R.H. Bruce Lockhart
      1. Retreat from Glory by R.H. Bruce Lockhart
      2. The World Outside by Hans Fallada
      3. Diamond Jim Brady by Parker Morell
      4. Beyond Woman by Maurice Samuel
      5. The Secret War by Frank C. Hanighen
      6. Wine from These Grapes by Edna St. Vincent Millay
      7. A Womans Best Years by W. Beran Wolfe
      8. The Crowded Hill by LeRoy MacLeod
      9. The Home Book of Quotations, Classical and Modern by Burton E. Stevenson
      10. Pitcairn's Island by Charles Nordhoff and James Norman Hall
      The Forum
      , May 1935 - PDF
    13. [+]
      (19 Reviews)
      I Change Worlds, by Anna Louise Strong
      1. I Change Worlds by Anna Louise Strong
      2. A Few Foolish Ones by Gladys Hasty Carroll
      3. Chronicles of Barabbas, 1884-1934 by George H. Doran
      4. Restless Days by Lilo Linke
      5. The Island by Claire Spencer
      6. The Story of an African Chief by Akiki K. Nyabongo
      7. Fatherland by Karl Billinger
      8. Not for Heaven by Dorothy McCleary
      9. Arden Acres by Jessica North MacDonald
      10. The Gods in Plain Garb by Emil Humble
      11. Castle in Andalusia by Elizabeth Sprigge
      12. Letters to Saint Francis and His Friends by Helen Walker Homan
      13. Don't Ever Leave Me by Katharine Brush
      14. The England of Charles II by Arthur Bryant
      15. Ripeness Is All by Eric Linklater
      16. Jezebel's Daughter by A.R. Craig
      17. The Wizard of Monte Carlo by Egon Caesar Corti
      18. Moscow Yankee by Myra Page
      19. The Barbarians by Virginia Faulkner
      The Forum
      , June 1935 - PDF
    14. [+]
      (12 Reviews)
      American Messiahs, by John F. Carter
      1. American Messiahs by John F. Carter
      2. Forever Wandering by Ethel Mannin
      3. Deep, Dark River by Robert Rylee
      4. The People's King, George V by John Buchan
      5. Redder Than the Rose by Robert Forsythe
      6. Cat Across the Path by Ruth Feiner
      7. Chaos in Mexico by Charles S. Macfarland
      8. The Citizen and His Government by Alfred E. Smith
      9. Only the Fear by Lenore G. Marshall
      10. Tools of Tomorrow by Jonathan Norton Leonard
      11. The First Bus Out by Eugene Lohrke
      12. Leaders, Dreamers, and Rebels by Rene Fulop-Miller
      The Forum
      , July 1935 - PDF
    15. [+]
      (22 Reviews)
      President Masaryk Tells His Story, by Karel Capek and T.G. Masaryk
      1. President Masaryk Tells His Story by Karel Capek and T.G. Masaryk
      2. Don Fernando by W. Somerset Maugham
      3. Asylum by William Seabrook
      4. Grand Tour by Patrick Balfour
      5. War Clouds in the Skies of the Far East by Tom Ireland
      6. In Praise of Gentlemen by Henry Dwight Sedgwick
      7. The Furys by James Hanley
      8. The San Luca by Cilette Ofaire
      9. Fortune and Men's Eyes by George Cronyn
      10. The Apple Is Bitten Again by Olive Moore
      11. They Shoot Horses, Don't They? by Horace McCoy
      12. Feliciana by Stark Young
      13. Cornish of Scotland Yard by George W. Cornish
      14. Illyrian Spring by Ann Bridge
      15. The Time Is Ripe by Walter Greenwood
      16. Latter Howe by Doreen Eileen A. Wallace
      17. Somebody in Boots by Nelson Algren
      18. Land of Women by Katharina von Dombrowski
      19. Bright Destination by Darwin L. Teilhet
      20. The Farmer in the Dell by Phil Stong
      21. Angel Making Music by Ferenc Molnar
      22. Hungry Men by Edward Anderson
      The Forum
      , August 1935 - PDF
    16. [+]
      (17 Reviews)
      America Faces the Barricades, by John L. Spivak
      1. America Faces the Barricades by John L. Spivak
      2. North to the Orient by Anne Morrow Lindbergh
      3. The Circus of Dr. Lao by Charles G. Finney
      4. The Memoirs of Count Apponyi by Albert Apponyi
      5. Lucy Gayheart by Willa Cather
      6. Land Under England by Joseph O'Neill
      7. "King Lehr" and the Gilded Age by Elizabeth Drexel Lehr
      8. Richard Savage by Gwyn Jones
      9. Jake by Naomi Royde-Smith
      10. For Authors Only, and Other Gloomy Essays by Kenneth Lewis Roberts
      11. Winter Orchard, and Other Stories by Josephine W. Johnson
      12. My Own, My Native Land by Thyra Samter Winslow
      13. Schoolhouse in the Foothills by Ella Enslow and Alvin F. Harlow
      14. A Preface to Maturity by Jule Brousseau
      15. Enbury Heath by Stella Gibbons
      16. Death and General Putnam by Arthur Guiterman
      17. Doubtful Joy by Elizabeth Jenkins
      The Forum
      , September 1935 - PDF
    17. [+]
      (15 Reviews)
      Facing Two Ways, by Baroness Shidzue Ishimoto
      1. Facing Two Ways by Baroness Shidzue Ishimoto
      2. Vein of Iron by Ellen Glasgow
      3. I Live in Virginia by Julian R. Meade
      4. Quack, Quack! by Leonard Woolf
      5. Romanoff by Leonid Sobolev
      6. The Columbia Encyclopedia by Clarke F. Ansley
      7. Epernon of Old France by Leo Mouton
      8. Sixth of June by Stanley Hopkins
      9. Burners of Men by Marcel Griaule
      10. Early One Morning in the Spring by Walter de la Mare
      11. King Coffin by Conrad Aiken
      12. We Who Are About to Die by David Lamson
      13. Mary, Queen of Scotland and the Isles by Stefan Zweig
      14. The Wish Child by Ina Seidel
      15. The Wedge by Hermann B. Deutsch
      The Forum
      , October 1935 - PDF
    18. [+]
      (19 Reviews)
      Our Lords and Masters, by The Unofficial Observer
      1. Our Lords and Masters by The Unofficial Observer
      2. It Can't Happen Here by Sinclair Lewis
      3. Dwight Morrow by Harold G. Nicolson
      4. If Memory Serves by Sacha Guitry
      5. Golden Apples by Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings
      6. Measuring Ethiopia and Flight Into Arabia by Carleton S. Coon
      7. Ethiopia: A Pawn in European Diplomacy by Ernest Work
      8. Guillotine Party, and Other Stories by James T. Farrell
      9. Women by Winifred Holtby
      10. Old Home Town by Rose Wilder Lane
      11. The Unpredictable Adventure by Claire Myers Spotswood Owens
      12. Flowering Judas, and Other Stories by Katherine Anne Porter
      13. What the Sweet Hell? by Peter Chamberlain
      14. Your Life Lies Before You by Harry Hansen
      15. Fate Cries Out by Clemence Dane
      16. Youth Uncharted by Stephen Lawford
      17. Three Flights Up by Helen R. Woodward
      18. The Du Pont Dynasty by John K. Winkler
      19. Edna, His Wife by Margaret Ayer Barnes
      The Forum
      , November 1935 - PDF
    19. [+]
      (18 Reviews)
      A Footnote to Folly, by Mary Heaton Vorse
      1. A Footnote to Folly by Mary Heaton Vorse
      2. Sawdust Caesar by George Seldes
      3. Career by Phil Stong
      4. Prophets and Poets by Andre Maurois
      5. Arnold Bennett by Dorothy Cheston Bennett
      6. Samuel Pepys: The Years of Peril, 1669-1683 by Arthur Bryant
      7. United States in World Affairs in 1934-1935 by Whitney H. Shepardson and William O. ...
      8. Express to the East by A. Den Doolard
      9. The Sun Sets in the West by Myron Brinig
      10. For Life by Natalie Colby-Morrow
      11. Ladies, Lovers and Other People by Elisabeth Finley Thomas
      12. Art in America by Holger Cahill and Alfred H. Barr, Jr.
      13. The Fays of the Abbey Theatre by William George Fay and Catherine Cars...
      14. --And Forever by Esther Morgan McCullough
      15. The Coming World War by Tom H. Wintringham
      16. One Against England by Ernst Carl
      17. Men and Brethren by James Gould Cozzens
      18. Epitaph on George Moore by Charles Morgan
      The Forum
      , January 1936 - PDF
    20. [+]
      (17 Reviews)
      The Robber Barons, by Matthew Josephson
      1. The Robber Barons by Matthew Josephson
      2. The Native's Return by Louis Adamic
      3. They All Sang by Edward B. Marks
      4. More or Less About Myself by Margot Asquith
      5. The World Is Yours by G.B. Lancaster
      6. City Harvest by Margaret Cheney Dawson
      7. The Paris Front by Michel Corday
      8. Shake Hands with the Devil by Rearden Conner
      9. On the Shore by Albert Halper
      10. Lost Man! by Elliot L. Grant Watson
      11. Ridgeways by Frances Barton Fox
      12. This Much Is Mine by Nola Henderson
      13. Salah and His American by Leland Hall
      14. Artist Among the Bankers by William Henry Dyson
      15. Bright Ambush by Audrey Wurdemann
      16. I Went to Pit College by Lauren Gilfillan
      17. Kemmerer on Money by Edwin Walter Kemmerer
      The Forum
      , March 1934 - PDF