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The Bookman, August 1922 Issue
- 65 Articles, 112pp
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    V. I Make Chicago My Own
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    Two Dead Men, by Jens Anker
    1. Two Dead Men by Jens Anker
    2. The Return of Alfred by Herbert George Jenkins
    3. Mr. Prohack by Arnold Bennett
    4. The Head of the House of Coombe by Frances Hodgson Burnett
    5. The Flaming Jewel by Robert W. Chambers
    6. The Hounds of Banba by Daniel Corkery
    7. I Walked in Arden by Jack Crawford
    8. Sareel by Edith Dart
    9. The Vanishing Point by Coningsby Dawson
    10. The Vehement Flame by Margaret Deland
    11. Way of Revelation by Wilfrid Ewart
    12. The Beautiful and Damned by F. Scott Fitzgerald
    13. Ravensdene Court by J.S. Fletcher
    14. The Love-Story of Aliette Brunton by Gilbert Frankau
    15. The Secret Partner by Elizabeth Frazer
    16. A Son of the Sahara by Louise Gerard
    17. One Man in His Time by Ellen Glasgow
    18. Man and Maid by Elinor Glyn
    19. To the Last Man by Zane Grey
    20. The Rustle of Silk by Cosmo Hamilton
    21. Saint Teresa by Henry Sydnor Harrison
    22. Maria Chapdelaine by Louis Hemon
    23. Cytherea by Joseph Hergesheimer
    24. The City of Fire by Grace Livingston Hill
    25. The Covered Wagon by Emerson Hough
    26. The Abbe Pierre by Jay William Hudson
    27. The Sheik by E.M. Hull
    28. If Winter Comes by A.S.M. Hutchinson
    29. Simon Called Peter by Robert Keable
    30. The Pride of Palomar by Peter B. Kyne
    31. Wild Women by Janet Lee
    32. Slimtonian Socker by Everett MacDonald
    33. The House of Souls by Arthur Machen
    34. Da Silva's Widow by Lucas Malet
    35. The Garden Party and Other Stories by Katherine Mansfield
    36. Big Peter by Archibald Marshall
    37. Russians Abroad by Margery Mayo
    38. The Red House Mystery by A.A. Milne
    39. Daughters of Fire by Gerard de Nerval
    40. Brass by Charles G. Norris
    41. Lucretia Lombard by Kathleen Norris
    42. The Great Prince Shan by E. Phillips Oppenheim
    43. Kimono by John Paris
    44. Indelible by Elliot H. Paul
    45. Her Father's Daughter by Gene Stratton-Porter
    46. Vandemark's Folly by Herbert Quick
    47. Man-Size by William MacLeod Raine
    48. The Crystal Coffin by Maurice Rostand
    49. Desert Dust by Edwin L. Sabin
    50. The Shepherd's Pipe and Other Stories by Arthur Schnitzler
    51. Bennett Malin by Elsie Singmaster
    52. Dancers in the Dark by Dorothy Speare
    53. Gentle Julia by Booth Tarkington
    54. Cross Currents by Katharine Haviland Taylor
    55. The Secret Places of the Heart by H.G. Wells
    56. Helen of the Old House by Harold Bell Wright
  • (Verse)
    , p. 631 - PDF
    1. Two Dead Men by Jens Anker
    2. The Return of Alfred by Herbert George Jenkins
    3. Mr. Prohack by Arnold Bennett
    4. The Head of the House of Coombe by Frances Hodgson Burnett
    5. The Flaming Jewel by Robert W. Chambers
    6. The Hounds of Banba by Daniel Corkery
    7. I Walked in Arden by Jack Crawford
    8. Sareel by Edith Dart
    9. The Vanishing Point by Coningsby Dawson
    10. The Vehement Flame by Margaret Deland
    11. Way of Revelation by Wilfrid Ewart
    12. The Beautiful and Damned by F. Scott Fitzgerald
    13. Ravensdene Court by J.S. Fletcher
    14. The Love-Story of Aliette Brunton by Gilbert Frankau
    15. The Secret Partner by Elizabeth Frazer
    16. A Son of the Sahara by Louise Gerard
    17. One Man in His Time by Ellen Glasgow
    18. Man and Maid by Elinor Glyn
    19. To the Last Man by Zane Grey
    20. The Rustle of Silk by Cosmo Hamilton
    21. Saint Teresa by Henry Sydnor Harrison
    22. Maria Chapdelaine by Louis Hemon
    23. Cytherea by Joseph Hergesheimer
    24. The City of Fire by Grace Livingston Hill
    25. The Covered Wagon by Emerson Hough
    26. The Abbe Pierre by Jay William Hudson
    27. The Sheik by E.M. Hull
    28. If Winter Comes by A.S.M. Hutchinson
    29. Simon Called Peter by Robert Keable
    30. The Pride of Palomar by Peter B. Kyne
    31. Wild Women by Janet Lee
    32. Slimtonian Socker by Everett MacDonald
    33. The House of Souls by Arthur Machen
    34. Da Silva's Widow by Lucas Malet
    35. The Garden Party and Other Stories by Katherine Mansfield
    36. Big Peter by Archibald Marshall
    37. Russians Abroad by Margery Mayo
    38. The Red House Mystery by A.A. Milne
    39. Daughters of Fire by Gerard de Nerval
    40. Brass by Charles G. Norris
    41. Lucretia Lombard by Kathleen Norris
    42. The Great Prince Shan by E. Phillips Oppenheim
    43. Kimono by John Paris
    44. Indelible by Elliot H. Paul
    45. Her Father's Daughter by Gene Stratton-Porter
    46. Vandemark's Folly by Herbert Quick
    47. Man-Size by William MacLeod Raine
    48. The Crystal Coffin by Maurice Rostand
    49. Desert Dust by Edwin L. Sabin
    50. The Shepherd's Pipe and Other Stories by Arthur Schnitzler
    51. Bennett Malin by Elsie Singmaster
    52. Dancers in the Dark by Dorothy Speare
    53. Gentle Julia by Booth Tarkington
    54. Cross Currents by Katharine Haviland Taylor
    55. The Secret Places of the Heart by H.G. Wells
    56. Helen of the Old House by Harold Bell Wright
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