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  • Pandora Lifts the Lid (1924) by Christopher Morley and Don Marquis
    6 Reviews, 5 Readable
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      (72 Reviews)
      Siege, by Samuel Hopkins Adams
      1. Siege by Samuel Hopkins Adams
      2. For Love of a Sinner by Robert Gordon Anderson
      3. Black Oxen by Gertrude Atherton
      4. Sandoval by Thomas Beer
      5. The Gardens of Omar by Henry Bordeaux
      6. The Gaol by Paul Bourget
      7. The Interpreter's House by Struthers Burt
      8. The Home-Maker by Dorothy Canfield
      9. Apes and Angels by Richard Connell
      10. The Rover by Joseph Conrad
      11. The New Candide by John Cournos
      12. The Golden Cocoon by Ruth Cross
      13. The Saint of the Speedway by Ridgwell Cullum
      14. Wandering Stars by Clemence Dane
      15. The Coast of Folly by Coningsby Dawson
      16. New Friends in Old Chester by Margaret Deland
      17. Saint Magloire by Roland Dorgeles
      18. Madame Claire by Susan Ertz
      19. Mariflor by Concha Espina
      20. There Is Confusion by Jessie Fauset
      21. So Big by Edna Ferber
      22. None So Blind by Albert Parker Fitch
      23. The Mazaroff Mystery by J.S. Fletcher
      24. Heirs Apparent by Philip Gibbs
      25. The Call of the Canyon by Zane Grey
      26. Undream'd of Shores by Frank Harris
      27. Fulfillment by Elizabeth Newport Hepburn
      28. Hetty Geybert by Georg Hermann
      29. Re-Creations by Grace Livingston Hill
      30. Mother of Gold by Emerson Hough
      31. Tony by Stephen Hudson
      32. Lummox by Fannie Hurst
      33. The Pitiful Wife by Storm Jameson
      34. Recompense by Robert Keable
      35. La Dame de Sainte Hermine by Grace King
      36. Never the Twain Shall Meet by Peter B. Kyne
      37. How to Write Short Stories by Ring W. Lardner
      38. The Philosopher's Stone by J. Anker Larsen
      39. Told by an Idiot by Rose Macaulay
      40. Tongues of Flame by Peter Clark Macfarlane
      41. The Plastic Age by Percy Marks
      42. Mirage by Edgar Lee Masters
      43. High Fires by Marjorie Barkley McClure
      44. Race by William McFee
      45. Pandora Lifts the Lid by Christopher Morley and Don Marquis
      46. The Comely Lass by Thomas Moult
      47. An Old-Fashioned Romance by Alma Newton
      48. Bread by Charles G. Norris
      49. The Callahans and the Murphys by Kathleen Norris
      50. The Wrath to Come by E. Phillips Oppenheim
      51. The Shoreless Sea by Mollie Panter-Downes
      52. Jenny the Joyous by Cornelia Stratton Parker
      53. All to Seek by Diana Patrick
      54. Desert Feud by William MacLeod Raine
      55. The Fortunes of a Household by Herman Robbers
      56. Wine of Fury by Leigh Rogers
      57. Bardelys the Magnificent by Rafael Sabatini
      58. Mistress Wilding by Rafael Sabatini
      59. The Long Arm of Fantomas by Pierre Souvestre and Marcel Allain
      60. Red Sand by T.S. Stribling
      61. Empty Hands by Arthur Stringer
      62. Country People by Ruth Suckow
      63. The Midlander by Booth Tarkington
      64. Fraycar's Fist by Mary Heaton Vorse
      65. Gold by Jacob Wassermann
      66. The Dream by H.G. Wells
      67. Old New York by Edith Wharton
      68. Thrice Told Tales by Blanche Colton Williams
      69. The Able McLaughlins by Margaret Wilson
      70. Golf Without Tears by P.G. Wodehouse
      71. Leave It to Psmith by P.G. Wodehouse
      72. Ann's an Idiot by Pamela Wynne
      The Bookman
      , July 1924, pp. 585-587 - PDF
    2. [+]
      (62 Reviews)
      Siege, by Samuel Hopkins Adams
      1. Siege by Samuel Hopkins Adams
      2. The Savage by Mikhail Artzybasheff
      3. Black Oxen by Gertrude Atherton
      4. The Great House in the Park by Anna Robeson Burr
      5. The Divine Lady by E. Barrington
      6. The Green Bay Tree by Louis Bromfield
      7. The Interpreter's House by Struthers Burt
      8. The Home-Maker by Dorothy Canfield
      9. The Lunatic Still at Large by J. Storer Clouston
      10. An Island Chronicle by William G. Cummings
      11. The Mystery of the Third Parrot by Marvin Dana
      12. The Coast of Folly by Coningsby Dawson
      13. The Pipers of the Market Place by Richard Dehan
      14. The Black Hood by Thomas Dixon
      15. Pink Sugar by O. Douglas
      16. Cattle by Winnifred Eaton (Onota Watonna)
      17. Madame Claire by Susan Ertz
      18. So Big by Edna Ferber
      19. A Man in the Zoo by David Garnett
      20. Deep Meadows by Margaret R. Larminie
      21. Heirs Apparent by Philip Gibbs
      22. The Call of the Canyon by Zane Grey
      23. The London Adventures of Mr. Collin by Frank Heller
      24. Re-Creations by Grace Livingston Hill
      25. The Covered Wagon by Emerson Hough
      26. The Golden Ladder by Rupert Hughes
      27. Lummox by Fannie Hurst
      28. Recompense by Robert Keable
      29. The Philosopher's Stone by J. Anker Larsen
      30. Broken Bridges by Madeline Linford
      31. Tongues of Flame by Peter Clark Macfarlane
      32. The Plastic Age by Percy Marks
      33. The Education of Anthony Dare by Archibald Marshall
      34. Told by an Idiot by Rose Macaulay
      35. High Fires by Marjorie Barkley McClure
      36. Pandora Lifts the Lid by Christopher Morley and Don Marquis
      37. The Callahans and the Murphys by Kathleen Norris
      38. The Wrath to Come by E. Phillips Oppenheim
      39. Imperturbe by Elliot H. Paul
      40. The Barbarian Lover by Margaret Pedler
      41. The Avalanche by Ernest Poole
      42. Atavar by Arthur B. Reeve
      43. Shadows That Pass by Otto Rung
      44. Andorra by Isabelle Sandy
      45. The Test of Donald Norton by Robert Eugene Pinkerton
      46. Bardelys the Magnificent by Rafael Sabatini
      47. Mistress Wilding by Rafael Sabatini
      48. The Richest Man by Edward Shanks
      49. The Gray Beginning by Edward Shenton
      50. Pollyanna of the Orange Blossoms by Harriet Lummis Smith
      51. A City Out of the Sea by Alfred B. Stanford
      52. Empty Hands by Arthur Stringer
      53. The Midlander by Booth Tarkington
      54. Quinney's Adventures by Horace Annesley Vachell
      55. Deep in the Hearts of Men by Mary E. Waller
      56. The Dream by H.G. Wells
      57. Captains All by Albert Richard Wetjen
      58. Old New York by Edith Wharton
      59. The Able McLaughlins by Margaret Wilson
      60. Leave It to Psmith by P.G. Wodehouse
      61. Against the Tide by John Wycliffe
      62. Ancient Fires by I.A.R. Wylie
      The Bookman
      , August 1924, pp. 726-728 - PDF
    3. [+]
      (70 Reviews)
      Georgian Stories, 1924,
      1. Georgian Stories, 1924
      2. Siege by Samuel Hopkins Adams
      3. The Green Hat by Michael Arlen
      4. The Bazaar, and Other Stories by Martin D. Armstrong
      5. Wind's End by Herbert Asquith
      6. Miss Parkworth, and Three Short Stories by Edward Charles Booth
      7. The Bellehelen Mine by B.M. Bower
      8. The Green Bay Tree by Louis Bromfield
      9. The Three Hostages by John Buchan
      10. The Land That Time Forgot by Edgar Rice Burroughs
      11. The Home-Maker by Dorothy Canfield
      12. The Interpreter's House by Struthers Burt
      13. Augustus Carp, Esq, by Himself by Henry Howarth Bashford
      14. Ordeal by Dale Collins
      15. The Golden Cocoon by Ruth Cross
      16. The Saint of the Speedway by Ridgwell Cullum
      17. A Gentleman of Courage by James Oliver Curwood
      18. Madame Claire by Susan Ertz
      19. So Big by Edna Ferber
      20. The Heaven-Kissed Hill by J.S. Fletcher
      21. The Golden Bed by Wallace Irwin
      22. Officer! by Hulbert Footner
      23. Heirs Apparent by Philip Gibbs
      24. The Price of Things by Elinor Glyn
      25. Stiletto by Ernest Goodwin
      26. The Call of the Canyon by Zane Grey
      27. After the Verdict by Robert Hichens
      28. Re-Creations by Grace Livingston Hill
      29. The Covered Wagon by Emerson Hough
      30. The Golden Ladder by Rupert Hughes
      31. Subsoil by George F. Hummel
      32. The Isle of Thorns by Sheila Kaye-Smith
      33. Recompense by Robert Keable
      34. Told by an Idiot by Rose Macaulay
      35. Tongues of Flame by Peter Clark Macfarlane
      36. The Plastic Age by Percy Marks
      37. After Harvest by Charles Fielding Marsh
      38. High Fires by Marjorie Barkley McClure
      39. In a Shantung Garden by Louise Jordan Miln
      40. Pandora Lifts the Lid by Christopher Morley and Don Marquis
      41. Rose of the World by Kathleen Norris
      42. Back Stage by Roland Oliver
      43. The Wrath to Come by E. Phillips Oppenheim
      44. The Barbarian Lover by Margaret Pedler
      45. The Test of Donald Norton by Robert Eugene Pinkerton
      46. Hustler Joe, and Other Stories by Eleanor H. Porter
      47. The Dark Chapter by E.J. Rath
      48. Temperamental People by Mary Roberts Rinehart
      49. Mark Only by Theodore F. Powys
      50. Proud Flesh by Lawrence Rising
      51. The Sad Adventurers by Maryse Rutledge
      52. Bardelys the Magnificent by Rafael Sabatini
      53. Talk by Emanie N. Sachs
      54. The Roughneck by Robert W. Service
      55. Plupy and Old J. Albert by Henry A. Shute
      56. Pollyanna of the Orange Blossoms by Harriet Lummis Smith
      57. Josslyn by Henry Justin Smith
      58. Plumes by Laurence Stallings
      59. An Astronomer at Large by A.G. Thornton
      60. Mrs. Paramor by Louis Joseph Vance
      61. The Tattooed Countess by Carl Van Vechten
      62. Deep in the Hearts of Men by Mary E. Waller
      63. The Fourteenth Key by Carolyn Wells
      64. The Dream by H.G. Wells
      65. Be Good, Sweet Maid by Anthony Wharton
      66. Old New York by Edith Wharton
      67. The Three of Clubs by Valentine Williams
      68. Redemption by Beckles Willson
      69. The Able McLaughlins by Margaret Wilson
      70. Woodsmoke by Francis Brett Young
      The Bookman
      , October 1924, pp. 214-216 - PDF
    4. [+]
      (92 Reviews)
      Stories from the Dial,
      1. Stories from the Dial
      2. The Beast by Luke Allan
      3. These Charming People by Michael Arlen
      4. Peacock Feathers by Temple Bailey
      5. A Handmaid of the Lord by Margaret Culkin Banning
      6. C by Maurice Baring
      7. The Divine Lady by E. Barrington
      8. Tales of the Old-Timers by Frederick R. Bechdolt
      9. Rodman the Boat-Steerer, and Other Stories by Louis Becke
      10. David Blaize of King's by E.F. Benson
      11. Iliana by Konrad Bercovici
      12. A Pilgrimage by Johan Bojer
      13. Encounters by Elizabeth Bowen
      14. The Dark Cloud by Thomas Boyd
      15. The Green Bay Tree by Louis Bromfield
      16. The Three Hostages by John Buchan
      17. The Interpreter's House by Struthers Burt
      18. Blind Raftery by Donn Byrne
      19. The Home-Maker by Dorothy Canfield
      20. A Lovely Day by Henry Ceard
      21. The Lantern on the Plow by George Agnew Chamberlain
      22. Daughters of Eve by Ellery H. Clark
      23. Sunclouds by Octavus Roy Cohen
      24. The Widow's House by Kathleen Coyle
      25. The Shot by Sibyl Creed
      26. A Gentleman of Courage by James Oliver Curwood
      27. One Way Street by Beale Davis
      28. Siege Perilous, and Other Stories by Maud Diver
      29. Many Dogs There Be by Walter A. Dyer
      30. Madame Claire by Susan Ertz
      31. Expectancy by John Eyton
      32. Sailor's Wives by Warner Fabian
      33. So Big by Edna Ferber
      34. A Fool's Hell by Rosita Forbes
      35. A Passage to India by E.M. Forster
      36. The Red Thumb Mark by R. Austin Freeman
      37. Brownstone Front by Gilbert W. Gabriel
      38. The Triumph of Gallio by W.L. George
      39. Heirs Apparent by Philip Gibbs
      40. Oil by Walter Gilkyson
      41. The Call of the Canyon by Zane Grey
      42. Sound and Fury by James Henle
      43. Young Archimedes, and Other Stories by Aldous Huxley
      44. Recompense by Robert Keable
      45. Wings by Ethel M. Kelley
      46. The Garden of Folly by Stephen Leacock
      47. The Back of the Book by Margaret Leech
      48. The Coming of Amos by William J. Locke
      49. The Heavenly Ladder by Compton Mackenzie
      50. The Plastic Age by Percy Marks
      51. The House of the Arrow by A.E.W. Mason
      52. East of the Setting Sun by George Barr McCutcheon
      53. The Priceless Pearl by Alice Duer Miller
      54. In a Shantung Garden by Louise Jordan Miln
      55. Pandora Lifts the Lid by Christopher Morley and Don Marquis
      56. Keeping the Peace by Gouverneur Morris
      57. The Devonshers by Honore Willsie Morrow
      58. The Spanish Farm by R.H. Mottram
      59. The Callahans and the Murphys by Kathleen Norris
      60. Rose of the World by Kathleen Norris
      61. Devil Dare by Alfred Ollivant
      62. The Locked Book by Frank L. Packard
      63. The Red Riders by Thomas Nelson Page
      64. The Barbarian Lover by Margaret Pedler
      65. Other People's Lives by Henry Albert Phillips
      66. Rue with a Difference by Charles Recht
      67. Proud Flesh by Lawrence Rising
      68. Sails of Sunset by Cecil Roberts
      69. The High Altar by Agnes Edwards Rothery
      70. Bardelys the Magnificent by Rafael Sabatini
      71. The Historical Nights' Entertainment by Rafael Sabatini
      72. Talk by Emanie N. Sachs
      73. Masquerading Mary by Emma Speed Sampson
      74. The Little French Girl by Anne Douglas Sedgwick
      75. The Way of the Buffalo by Charles Alden Seltzer
      76. The Roughneck by Robert W. Service
      77. Porto Bello Gold by Arthur D. Howden Smith
      78. The Uncertain Feast by Solita Solano
      79. Who Would Be Free by Marian Spitzer
      80. Dalla the Lion-Cub by Cynthia Stockley
      81. The Double Cross by A.E. Thomas
      82. The Needle's Eye by Arthur Train
      83. The Tattooed Countess by Carl Van Vechten
      84. Sunrise by Marie Van Vorst
      85. Deep in the Hearts of Men by Mary E. Waller
      86. Gordon of the Lost Lagoon by Robert Watson
      87. The Innocents by Henry Kitchell Webster
      88. Old New York by Edith Wharton
      89. The Fire in the Flint by Walter Francis White
      90. Charis Sees It Through by Margaret Widdemer
      91. The Able McLaughlins by Margaret Wilson
      92. The Shirt by Peter E. Wright
      The Bookman
      , November 1924, pp. 333-336 - PDF
    5. [+]
      (2 Reviews)
      Pandora Lifts the Lid, by Christopher Morley and Don Marquis
      1. Pandora Lifts the Lid by Christopher Morley and Don Marquis
      2. Augustus Carp, Esq, by Himself by Henry Howarth Bashford
      The Nation
      , September 17, 1924, pp. 293-294
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      (18 Reviews)
      I'll Show You the Town, by Elmer H. Davis
      1. I'll Show You the Town by Elmer H. Davis
      2. Adventures in the Near East, 1918-1922 by Alfred Rawlinson
      3. Social Politics in the United States by Frederick E. Haynes
      4. A Human Boy's Diary by Eden Phillpotts
      5. A Basket of Poses by George S. Chappell
      6. The Janitor's Boy by Nathalia Crane
      7. The Amateur Collector by George C. Williamson
      8. The Drama of the Law by Edward Abbott Parry
      9. The Social Ladder by Mrs. John King Van Rensselaer
      10. Smugglers and Smuggling by A. Hyatt Verrill
      11. American Graphic Art by Frank Weitenkampf
      12. Pandora Lifts the Lid by Christopher Morley and Don Marquis
      13. Modern Essays by Christopher Morley
      14. The Terriford Mystery by Mrs. Belloc Lowndes
      15. A Satchel Guide to Europe by William J. Rolfe
      16. The Magic Carpet by Mrs. Waldo Richards
      17. More Wild Folk by Samuel Scoville, Jr.
      18. The Soul of Samuel Pepys by Gamaliel Bradford
      The Outlook
      , July 2, 1924, pp. 362-364 - PDF