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The Harpers Monthly Archives
By Katherine Gauss Jackson
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  • The Harpers Monthly
    Total Archives: 159 Years, 1,819 Issues, 37,049 Articles, 242,748pp
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    1. [+]
      (3 Reviews)
      Cry, the Beloved Country, by Alan Paton
      1. Cry, the Beloved Country by Alan Paton
      2. The Foolish Gentlewoman by Margery Sharp
      3. The Stilwell Papers by Theodore H. White and Joseph W. Stilwell
      The Harpers Monthly
      , July 1948, pp. 126-130
    2. [+]
      (4 Reviews)
      The Outer Edges, by Charles Jackson
      1. The Outer Edges by Charles Jackson
      2. The Loved One by Evelyn Waugh
      3. The House by the Sea by Jon Godden
      4. Georgiana by Maude Hutchins
      The Harpers Monthly
      , August 1948, pp. 125-130
    3. [+]
      (6 Reviews)
      Shannon's Way, by A.J. Cronin
      1. Shannon's Way by A.J. Cronin
      2. A Candle for St. Jude by Rumer Godden
      3. I Was a Doctor in Auschwitz by Gisella Perl
      4. Patrick Calls Me Mother by Ann L. Barley
      5. Cotton in My Ears by Frances Warfield
      6. It's Greek to Me by Willie Snow Ethridge
      The Harpers Monthly
      , September 1948, pp. 126-130
    4. [+]
      (16 Reviews)
      Tomorrow Will Be Better, by Betty Smith
      1. Tomorrow Will Be Better by Betty Smith
      2. Another Such Victory by John Downing Weaver
      3. Hills on the Highway by David Goldknopf
      4. The Hour of Spring by Mary Deasy
      5. That Winter by Merle Miller
      6. Son of the Moon by Joseph George Hitrec
      7. Mirror to the Sky by Jessamyn West
      8. A View of the Harbor by Elizabeth Taylor
      9. The Long Home by Neil Boardman
      10. The Heart of the Matter by Graham Greene
      11. The Road to Survival by William Vogt
      12. The West at Bay by Barbara Ward
      13. Across the Wide Missouri by Bernard DeVoto
      14. The Meaning of Treason by Rebecca West
      15. The Proper Bostonians by Cleveland Amory
      16. The Silent People Speak by Robert St. John
      The Harpers Monthly
      , October 1948, pp. 122-130
    5. [+]
      (6 Reviews)
      Our Gifted Son, by Dorothy Baker
      1. Our Gifted Son by Dorothy Baker
      2. Charade by Edita Morris
      3. Long After Summer by Robert Nathan
      4. So Cold the Night by Ruth L. Yorck
      5. No Highway by Nevil Shute
      6. The Naked and the Dead by Norman Mailer
      The Harpers Monthly
      , November 1948, pp. 120-130
    6. [+]
      (9 Reviews)
      The Running of the Tide, by Esther Forbes
      1. The Running of the Tide by Esther Forbes
      2. The House Without a Roof by Joel Sayre
      3. Fire in the Morning by Elizabeth Spencer
      4. The Best American Short Stories, 1948 by Martha Foley
      5. Prize Stories of 1948 by Herschel Brickell
      6. Roosevelt and Hopkins: An Intimate History by Robert E. Sherwood
      7. Crusade in Europe by Dwight D. Eisenhower
      8. Eisenhower Was My Boss by Kay Summersby
      9. A Man Called White by Walter F. White
      The Harpers Monthly
      , December 1948, pp. 108-119
    7. [+]
      (9 Reviews)
      The Sky is Red, by Giuseppe Berto
      1. The Sky is Red by Giuseppe Berto
      2. Stalingrad by Theodor Plievier
      3. The Young Lions by Irwin Shaw
      4. The Busy, Busy People by Samuel Spewack
      5. Old Mr. Flood by Joseph Mitchell
      6. The Old Beauty, and Others by Willa Cather
      7. The Great Year by Dilys Bennett Laing
      8. Escape from Vermont by James Gordon
      9. Green Mountain Farm by Elliott Merrick
      The Harpers Monthly
      , January 1949, pp. 116-122
    8. [+]
      (7 Reviews)
      An Edge of Light, by Frank K. Kelly
      1. An Edge of Light by Frank K. Kelly
      2. Hound-Dog Man by Fred Gipson
      3. The Season of Comfort by Gore Vidal
      4. The Golden Net by Ruby V. Redinger
      5. The Nightmare of American Foreign Policy by Edgar Ansel Mowrer
      6. The Embers Still Burn by Ira A. Hirschmann
      7. 1905-1928 by Franklin Delano Roosevelt
      The Harpers Monthly
      , February 1949, pp. 108-114
    9. [+]
      (7 Reviews)
      The Hollow of the Wave, by Edward Newhouse
      1. The Hollow of the Wave by Edward Newhouse
      2. The Springs by Anne Goodwin Winslow
      3. Scott-King's Modern Europe by Evelyn Waugh
      4. Tender Mercy by Lenard Kaufman
      5. Cheaper by the Dozen by Frank B. Gilbreth, Jr. and Ernestine ...
      6. Union Guy by Clayton W. Fountain
      7. Death Be Not Proud by John Gunther
      The Harpers Monthly
      , March 1949, pp. 114-122
    10. [+]
      (10 Reviews)
      A Wreath of Roses, by Elizabeth Taylor
      1. A Wreath of Roses by Elizabeth Taylor
      2. The Girl on the Via Flaminia by Alfred Hayes
      3. The Hour of Truth by David A. Davidson
      4. The Wastrel by Frederic Wakeman
      5. Toasted English by Marghanita Laski
      6. There's Freedom for the Brave by Paul McGuire
      7. To Hell and Back by Audie Murphy
      8. The Oblong Blur, and Other Odysseys by Philip Hamburger
      9. The Second World War, 1939-45 by J.F.C. Fuller
      10. The Unknown Warriors by Guillain de Benouville
      The Harpers Monthly
      , April 1949, pp. 112-122
    11. [+]
      (8 Reviews)
      The Brave Bulls, by Tom Lea
      1. The Brave Bulls by Tom Lea
      2. Double Muscadine by Frances Gaither
      3. The Christmas Tree by Isabel Bolton
      4. The Lottery, and Other Stories by Shirley Jackson
      5. Southbound by Barbara Tunnell Anderson
      6. Macamba by Lilla Van Saher
      7. Days with Bernard Shaw by Stephen Winsten
      8. Marmee: The Mother of Little Women by Sandford M. Salyer
      The Harpers Monthly
      , May 1949, pp. 115-122
    12. [+]
      (8 Reviews)
      His Human Majesty, by Kay Boyle
      1. His Human Majesty by Kay Boyle
      2. The Big Secret by Merle Colby
      3. Point of No Return by John P. Marquand
      4. Father of the Bride by Edward Streeter
      5. Cream Hill by Lewis Gannett
      6. The Twelve Seasons by Joseph Wood Krutch
      7. Thank God for My Heart Attack by Charles Young Harrison
      8. The Situation in Asia by Owen Lattimore
      The Harpers Monthly
      , June 1949, pp. 108-112
    13. [+]
      (7 Reviews)
      The Husband, by Natalie Anderson Scott
      1. The Husband by Natalie Anderson Scott
      2. Death of a Salesman by Arthur Miller
      3. Walk Through the Valley by Zelda Popkin
      4. The Show of Violence by Fredric Wertham
      5. White Collar Crime by Edwin H. Sutherland
      6. With a Feather on My Nose by Billie Burke and Cameron Shipp
      7. Eleven Generals: Studies in American Command by Fletcher Pratt
      The Harpers Monthly
      , July 1949, pp. 108-114
    14. [+]
      (5 Reviews)
      Love in a Cold Climate, by Nancy Mitford
      1. Love in a Cold Climate by Nancy Mitford
      2. Elephant Walk by Robert Standish
      3. Limbo Tower by William Lindsay Gresham
      4. A Corner of the World by Robert Shaplen
      5. Last Call for Common Sense by James P. Warburg
      The Harpers Monthly
      , August 1949, pp. 108-114
    15. [+]
      (5 Reviews)
      The Golden Apples, by Eudora Welty
      1. The Golden Apples by Eudora Welty
      2. The Mudlark by Theodore Bonnet
      3. Miracle at Cardenrigg by Tom Hanlin
      4. The Body by William Sansom
      5. A Matter of Taste by Richard Lockridge
      The Harpers Monthly
      , September 1949, pp. 108-114
    16. [+]
      (7 Reviews)
      It Was Like This, by Anne Goodwin Winslow
      1. It Was Like This by Anne Goodwin Winslow
      2. The River Journey by Robert Nathan
      3. The Way West by A.B. Guthrie, Jr.
      4. The Thread That Runs So True by Jesse Stuart
      5. Backwoods Teacher by Joseph Nelson
      6. Morning Faces by John Mason Brown
      7. Your Amiable Uncle: Letters to His Nephews by Booth Tarkington
      The Harpers Monthly
      , November 1949, pp. 110-122
    17. [+]
      (10 Reviews)
      The Plum Tree, by Mary Ellen Chase
      1. The Plum Tree by Mary Ellen Chase
      2. West of the Hill by Gladys Hasty Carroll
      3. The Little Sister by Raymond Chandler
      4. Celia Amberley by Victoria Lincoln
      5. The Lonely by Paul Gallico
      6. The Eye of God by Ludwig Bemelmans
      7. The Autobiography of Will Rogers by Donald Day and Will Rogers
      8. The Art of Living by Saul Steinberg
      9. A Sort of a Saga by Bill Mauldin
      10. The Hours and the Ages by Edward Nicholas
      The Harpers Monthly
      , December 1949, pp. 116-121
    18. [+]
      (4 Reviews)
      Call It Treason, by George Locke Howe
      1. Call It Treason by George Locke Howe
      2. The Man with the Golden Arm by Nelson Algren
      3. Killers of the Dream by Lillian Smith
      4. Promise and Fulfilment: Palestine, 1917-1949 by Arthur Koestler
      The Harpers Monthly
      , January 1950, pp. 107-112
    19. [+]
      (4 Reviews)
      The Parasites, by Daphne du Maurier
      1. The Parasites by Daphne du Maurier
      2. Little Boy Lost by Marghanita Laski
      3. Christina Rossetti by Marya Zaturenska
      4. Dante Gabriel Rossetti: A Victorian Romantic by Oswald Doughty
      The Harpers Monthly
      , February 1950, pp. 110-114
    20. [+]
      (5 Reviews)
      I, My Ancestor, by Nancy Wilson Ross
      1. I, My Ancestor by Nancy Wilson Ross
      2. The Scapegoat by Jocelyn Brooke
      3. I Leap Over the Wall by Monica Baldwin
      4. Art and Life in America by Oliver W. Larkin
      5. The Peabody Sisters of Salem by Louise Hall Tharp
      The Harpers Monthly
      , March 1950, pp. 108-112