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The Bookman, July 1923 Issue
- 63 Articles, 96pp
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    A Play
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    VIII. With Meek Apology to the Greek Anthology
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    2. The Isle of Lost Ships (1923 Film) by Maurice Tourneur
    3. The Girl of the Golden West (1923 Film) by Edwin Carewe
    4. Masters of Men (1923 Film) by David Smith
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    1. "Piracy" by Michael Arlen
    2. The Puppet Show by Martin Armstrong
    3. Black Oxen by Gertrude Atherton
    4. The Matherson Marriage by Ruby M. Ayres
    5. Dobachi by John Ayscough
    6. The Scudders by Irving Bacheller
    7. The Dim Lantern by Temple Bailey
    8. Keeban by Edwin Balmer
    9. The Last of the Vikings by Johan Bojer
    10. The Geese Fly South by Mary Bourn
    11. Through the Wheat by Thomas Boyd
    12. The Wrong Shadow by Harold Brighouse
    13. Tarzan and the Golden Lion by Edgar Rice Burroughs
    14. The Communicating Door by Wadsworth Camp
    15. Rough Hewn by Dorothy Canfield
    16. Annette and Bennett by Gilbert Cannan
    17. One of Ours by Willa Cather
    18. The Public Square by Will Levington Comfort
    19. A Lover at Forty by Gerald Cumberland
    20. The Escapade of Roger Drew by Frank Dilnot
    21. Out of the Silent North by Harry Sinclair Drago
    22. The Enchanted April by Elizabeth von Arnim
    23. Madame Claire by Susan Ertz
    24. Flaming Youth by Warner Fabian
    25. The Copper Box by J.S. Fletcher
    26. Faint Perfume by Zona Gale
    27. The Middle of the Road by Philip Gibbs
    28. Helen of London by Sidney Gowing
    29. The Step on the Stair by Anna Katharine Green
    30. Wanderer of the Wasteland by Zane Grey
    31. Sky-Line Inn by Donal Hamilton Haines
    32. Victoria by Knut Hamsun
    33. Contact, and Other Stories by Frances Noyes Hart
    34. Pirate Princes and Yankee Jacks by Daniel Henderson
    35. The Bright Shawl by Joseph Hergesheimer
    36. "Strictly Business" by F. Morton Howard
    37. The Bishop of the Ozarks by Milford W. Howard
    38. Prince Hempseed by Stephen Hudson
    39. Within These Walls by Rupert Hughes
    40. Barney by S.B.H. Hurst
    41. This Freedom by A.S.M. Hutchinson
    42. Simon Called Peter by Robert Keable
    43. Six Breeds by R.G. Kirk
    44. Echo by Margaret Rivers Larminie
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    46. Wolves of the Sea by Gaston Leroux
    47. Babbitt by Sinclair Lewis
    48. Under a Thousand Eyes by Florence Bingham Livingston
    49. Man's Country by Peter Clark Macfarlane
    50. Lanty Hanlon by Patrick MacGill
    51. The Shining Pyramid by Arthur Machen
    52. The House of the Enemy by Camille Mallarme
    53. The Day's Journey by W.B. Maxwell
    54. The Oxford Circus by Hamish Miles and Raymond Mortimer
    55. Mr. and Mrs. Sen by Louise Jordan Miln
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    58. Trodden Gold by Howard Vincent O'Brien
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    67. Danger by Ernest Poole
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