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A Feline World
by Robert Herrick, pp. 1-6 -
The Position of Liam O'Flaherty
by William Troy, pp. 7-11 -
Three War Poems
by Edmund Blunden, pp. 12-13 -
Do I Hear Twenty Thousand?
by Robert Benchley, pp. 14-17 -
Mr. Beadle's Books
by Henry Morton Robinson, pp. 18-24 -
Is Teaching a Narcotic?
by Charles A. Bennett, pp. 25-28 -
Progress In Arcadia
by Cyril Hume, pp. 29-42 -
Francis Brett Young
by Eva Herrmann, p. 43 -
South African Literature
by Francis Brett Young, pp. 44-51 -
The History of Their Books
by Arthur Bartlett Maurice, pp. 52-53 -
III. Sinclair Lewis
by Rebecca West, pp. 54-59 -
Margaret Fuller: Critic
by Margaret Wallace, pp. 60-67 -
The English Novel
by Ford Madox Ford, pp. 68-79 -
Part IV: To the Death of Joseph Conrad
by Robert P. Tristram Coffin, p. 80 -
A Month of the Theatre
by Ernest Boyd, pp. 81-83 -
Henry Was Right
by C.E. Ayres, pp. 84-87 -
Reviews and Departments
, p. 88 -
, pp. 96-97 -
Essays and Criticism
, pp. 102-103 -
A Varied Shelf
, p. 106 -
The Bookman's Monthly Score
, pp. 112-130 -
Elizabeth and Lytton
by William H. Cotton, -
Notes On New Books
In the Bookman Office
Notes On New Books
The Book Mart
"Race, IQ, and Wealth"
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