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    (61 Reviews)
    Prize Stories of 1922, by Blanche Colton Williams
    1. Prize Stories of 1922 by Blanche Colton Williams
    2. Minglestreams by Jane Abbott
    3. West of the Water Tower by Homer Croy
    4. Black Oxen by Gertrude Atherton
    5. The Soul of Abe Lincoln by Bernie Babcock
    6. The Scudders by Irving Bacheller
    7. The Dim Lantern by Temple Bailey
    8. The Box of Spikenard by Ethel Boileau
    9. The Village by Ivan Bunin
    10. One of Ours by Willa Cather
    11. The Diary of a Drug Fiend by Aleister Crowley
    12. The Riddle, and Other Stories by Walter de la Mare
    13. The Master Breed by Francis Dickie
    14. The Enchanted April by Elizabeth von Arnim
    15. Flaming Youth by Warner Fabian
    16. Exterior to the Evidence by J.S. Fletcher
    17. Ramshackle House by Hulbert Footner
    18. The Doom Dealer by David Fox
    19. The Woman of the Horizon by Gilbert Frankau
    20. Faint Perfume by Zona Gale
    21. The Middle of the Road by Philip Gibbs
    22. My Friend from Limousin by Jean Giraudoux
    23. Wanderer of the Wasteland by Zane Grey
    24. Unfinished Tales from a Russian Prison by Marguerite E. Baker Harrison
    25. The Missing Man by Mary R.P. Hatch
    26. Tomorrow About This Time by Grace Livingston Hill
    27. After All by George F. Hummel
    28. Simon Called Peter by Robert Keable
    29. White Lightning by Edwin Herbert Lewis
    30. Babbitt by Sinclair Lewis
    31. Under a Thousand Eyes by Florence Bingham Livingston
    32. Fifty-Fifty by A. Neil Lyons
    33. According to Gibson by Denis Mackail
    34. Without Conditions by Agnes Mure Mackenzie
    35. The Debutante by Edna Walker Malcoskey
    36. Walter of Tiverton by Bernard Marshall
    37. The Day's Journey by W.B. Maxwell
    38. Mr. and Mrs. Sen by Louise Jordan Miln
    39. Where the Blue Begins by Christopher Morley
    40. Trodden Gold by Howard Vincent O'Brien
    41. Wet Clay by Seumas O'Kelly
    42. The Mystery Road by E. Phillips Oppenheim
    43. The Manuscript of Youth by Diana Patrick
    44. The Vision of Desire by Margaret Pedler
    45. The Singing Wells by Roland Pertwee
    46. Stella Dallas by Olive Higgins Prouty
    47. The City of Lilies by Anthony Pryde and R.K. Weekes
    48. The Return of Frank Clamart by Henry C. Rowland
    49. The Sea-Hawk by Rafael Sabatini
    50. Miss Minerva on the Old Plantation by Emma Speed Sampson
    51. Sinbad by C. Kay Scott
    52. Cordelia the Magnificent by Leroy Scott
    53. Ponjola by Cynthia Stockley
    54. The Fascinating Stranger, and Other Stories by Booth Tarkington
    55. His Children's Children by Arthur Train
    56. Baroque by Louis Joseph Vance
    57. The Cathedral by Hugh Walpole
    58. The Desert Horizon by E.L. Grant Watson
    59. The Affair at Flower Acres by Carolyn Wells
    60. Men Like Gods by H.G. Wells
    61. A Gentleman of Sorts by Everett Young
    The Bookman
    , August 1923, pp. 637-639 - PDF
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