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    1. The Forum
      , November 1934, pp. 296-299 - PDF
    2. A Mystery Unraveld
      The Forum
      , July 1934, pp. 3-9 - PDF
    3. The Forum
      , November 1934, pp. 276-280 - PDF
    4. Clearing the Milk Mess
      The Forum
      , September 1934, pp. 181-184 - PDF
    5. The Forum
      , December 1934, pp. 369-371 - PDF
    6. The Forum
      , May 1934, pp. 277-279 - PDF
    7. The Forum
      , July 1934, pp. 51-53 - PDF
    8. A Short Story
      The Forum
      , June 1934, pp. 377-383 - PDF
    9. A Short Story
      The Forum
      , October 1934, pp. 251-255 - PDF
    10. The Forum
      , December 1934, pp. 361-364 - PDF
    11. The Forum
      , December 1934, pp. 344-348 - PDF
    12. Greenwich Village---Burial Ground of the Arts
      The Forum
      , May 1934, pp. 292-297 - PDF
    13. [+]
      (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
    14. [+]
      (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
    15. [+]
      (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
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      (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
    17. [+]
      (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
    18. [+]
      (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
    19. [+]
      (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
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      (10 Reviews)
      The Roosevelt Revolution: First Phase, by Ernest K. Lindley
      1. The Roosevelt Revolution: First Phase by Ernest K. Lindley
      2. The Man of the Renaissance by Ralph Roeder
      3. The New Party Politics by Arthur N. Holcombe
      4. The Journey of the Flame by Antonio de Fierro Blanco
      5. Timber Line by Gene Fowler
      6. Junipero Serra: Pioneer Colonist of California by Agnes Repplier
      7. Within This Present by Margaret Ayer Barnes
      8. Prometheans: Ancient and Modern by Burton Rascoe
      9. Hear, Ye Sons by Irving Fineman
      10. Southern Mail by Antoine de Saint-Exupery
      The Forum
      , January 1934 - PDF