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The Bookman, June 1924 Issue
- 72 Articles, 128pp
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    IV. A Haole Scrapbook
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    A Story
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    VII. Genius and Mysticism
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    Plays and Motion Pictures of the Month
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    (63 Reviews)
    , pp. 454-456 - PDF
    Siege, by Samuel Hopkins Adams
    1. Siege by Samuel Hopkins Adams
    2. Success by Leonie Aminoff
    3. Nightshade by Anonymous
    4. Black Oxen by Gertrude Atherton
    5. Fidelia by Edwin Balmer
    6. Riceyman Steps by Arnold Bennett
    7. The Prisoner Who Sang by Johan Bojer
    8. Captain Shapely by Harold Brighouse
    9. The Interpreter's House by Struthers Burt
    10. A Lost Lady by Willa Cather
    11. On the Lot and Off by George Randolph Chester
    12. Eve's Lover, and Other Stories by William Kingdon Clifford
    13. The Rover by Joseph Conrad
    14. Confusion by James Gould Cozzens
    15. I'll Show You the Town by Elmer H. Davis
    16. The Coast of Folly by Coningsby Dawson
    17. The Eleventh Virgin by Dorothy Day
    18. Madame Claire by Susan Ertz
    19. So Big by Edna Ferber
    20. Gerald Cranston's Lady by Gilbert Frankau
    21. The King of No Man's Land by Arthur O. Friel
    22. Heirs Apparent by Philip Gibbs
    23. The Call of the Canyon by Zane Grey
    24. Waste by Robert Herrick
    25. The Covered Wagon by Emerson Hough
    26. Mother of Gold by Emerson Hough
    27. Lummox by Fannie Hurst
    28. Till A' the Seas Gang Dry by John Innes
    29. Recompense by Robert Keable
    30. Never the Twain Shall Meet by Peter B. Kyne
    31. A Perfect Day by Bohun Lynch
    32. Told by an Idiot by Rose Macaulay
    33. Prunello by S.P.B. Mais
    34. The Plastic Age by Percy Marks
    35. The Cook and the Captain Bold by Arthur Mason
    36. Race by William McFee
    37. Vindication by Stephen McKenna
    38. Defeat by Geoffrey Moss
    39. Bread by Charles G. Norris
    40. Butterfly by Kathleen Norris
    41. The Callahans and the Murphys by Kathleen Norris
    42. The Best Short Stories of 1923 by Edward J. O'Brien
    43. The Wrath to Come by E. Phillips Oppenheim
    44. Sayonara by John Paris
    45. Lights Along the Ledges by Elisabeth Stancy Payne
    46. The Barbarian Lover by Margaret Pedler
    47. The Test of Donald Norton by Robert Eugene Pinkerton
    48. Desert Feud by William MacLeod Raine
    49. The Leap Year Girl by Berta Ruck
    50. Mistress Wilding by Rafael Sabatini
    51. A Cure of Souls by May Sinclair
    52. There Is a Tide by J.C. Snaith
    53. Empty Hands by Arthur Stringer
    54. Young Felix by Frank Swinnerton
    55. The Midlander by Booth Tarkington
    56. The Gay Ones by Charles Hanson Towne
    57. The Passion Flower by Edna Worthley Underwood
    58. The Traveller in the Fur Cloak by Stanley J. Weyman
    59. Oh, Doctor! by Harry Leon Wilson
    60. The Able McLaughlins by Margaret Wilson
    61. Pandora La Croix by Gene Wright
    62. The Mine with the Iron Door by Harold Bell Wright
    63. Ann's an Idiot by Pamela Wynne
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    (11 Reviews)
    , pp. 457-458 - PDF
    Race, by William McFee
    1. Race by William McFee
    2. The Cook and the Captain Bold by Arthur Mason
    3. Galapagos: World's End by William Beebe
    4. Seven Times Seven by Maria Thompson Daviess
    5. Letters and Religion by John Jay Chapman
    6. Looking at Life by Floyd Dell
    7. Taking the Literary Pulse by Joseph Collins
    8. Enchanted Aisles by Alexander Woollcott
    9. Many Minds by Carl Van Doren
    10. Port of New York by Paul Rosenfeld
    11. The Seven Lively Arts by Gilbert Seldes
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    , pp. 459-461 - PDF
    1. Race by William McFee
    2. The Cook and the Captain Bold by Arthur Mason
    3. Galapagos: World's End by William Beebe
    4. Seven Times Seven by Maria Thompson Daviess
    5. Letters and Religion by John Jay Chapman
    6. Looking at Life by Floyd Dell
    7. Taking the Literary Pulse by Joseph Collins
    8. Enchanted Aisles by Alexander Woollcott
    9. Many Minds by Carl Van Doren
    10. Port of New York by Paul Rosenfeld
    11. The Seven Lively Arts by Gilbert Seldes
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    , pp. 462-464 - PDF
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      1. Oxford Poetry 1923
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    1. The Sea by James Oppenheim
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