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  • The American Review
    , September 1935, pp. 451-458 - PDF
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    1. [–] Issues of the 1930s
      = 5 Years, 44 Issues, 479 Articles
      1. [+] Issues of 1933
        = 7 Issues, 75 Articles
        1. [+] Issues of 1934
          = 10 Issues, 132 Articles
          1. [–] Issues of 1935
            = 10 Issues, 102 Articles
            1. [+] January 1935 Issue
              = 10 Articles
              1. [+] February 1935 Issue
                = 10 Articles
                1. [+] March 1935 Issue
                  = 10 Articles
                  1. [+] April 1935 Issue
                    = 10 Articles
                    1. [+] May 1935 Issue
                      = 10 Articles
                      1. [+] April 1935 Issue
                        = 10 Articles
                        1. [–] September 1935 Issue
                          = 10 Articles
                          1. New American Frontiers by Richard B. Ransom, pp. 385-403 - PDF
                          2. Chicago and General Education by Norman Foerster, pp. 404-419 - PDF
                          3. The Douglas Mythology by Arthur J. Penty, pp. 420-431 - PDF
                          4. [+] Victorian England and Modern America by Joseph E. Baker, pp. 432-450 - PDF
                            - 2 Reviews
                            1. Early Victorian England, 1830-1865 by G.M. Young and James Louis
                            2. Leaders of the Victorian Revolution by John W. Cunliffe
                          5. A Mild Remonstance by G.K. Chesterton, pp. 451-458 - PDF
                            1. Early Victorian England, 1830-1865 by G.M. Young and James Louis
                            2. Leaders of the Victorian Revolution by John W. Cunliffe
                          6. The Vitality of George Gissing by Robert Shafer, pp. 459-487 - PDF
                            1. Early Victorian England, 1830-1865 by G.M. Young and James Louis
                            2. Leaders of the Victorian Revolution by John W. Cunliffe
                          7. [+] A Civilization of Small Men by Marvin McCord Lowes, pp. 488-491 - PDF
                            - 1 Review
                            1. Provence by Ford Madox Ford
                          8. [+] A Study of Paul Elmer More by Harry Hayden Clark, pp. 492-496 - PDF
                            - 1 Review
                            1. Paul Elmer More and American Criticism by Robert Shafer
                          9. [+] An Anti-Intellectual Idealist by Chas. F. Ronayne, pp. 497-501 - PDF
                            - 2 Reviews
                            1. Freedom and the Spirit by Nicolas Berdyaev
                            2. The Fate of Man in the Modern World by Nicholas Berdyaev
                          10. [+] Lucius Quintus Cincinnatus Lamar by Frank L. Owsley, pp. 502-512 - PDF
                            - 1 Review
                            1. Lucius Q.C. Lamar: Secession and Reunion by Wirt Armistead Cate
                        2. [+] October 1935 Issue
                          = 13 Articles
                          1. [+] November 1935 Issue
                            = 10 Articles
                            1. [+] December 1935 Issue
                              = 9 Articles
                            2. [+] Issues of 1936
                              = 10 Issues, 101 Articles
                              1. [+] Issues of 1937
                                = 7 Issues, 69 Articles
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