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The Nation Archives
By Joseph Wood Krutch
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    Total Archives: 119 Years, 5,668 Issues, 110,129 Articles, 163,670pp
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      (Review)
      G.B.S.: A Postscript, by Hesketh Pearson
      1. G.B.S.: A Postscript by Hesketh Pearson
      The Nation
      , December 23, 1950, p. 680
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      (Review)
      Great Circle, by Conrad Aiken
      1. Great Circle by Conrad Aiken
      The Nation
      , May 17, 1933, p. 561
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      I Married Adventure, by Osa Johnson
      1. I Married Adventure by Osa Johnson
      The Nation
      , June 15, 1940, p. 736
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      (Review)
      Point Counter Point, by Aldous Huxley
      1. Point Counter Point by Aldous Huxley
      The Nation
      , October 31, 1928, p. 456
    5. Books and the Arts 
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      (Review)
      The Weather in the Streets, by Rosamond Lehmann
      1. The Weather in the Streets by Rosamond Lehmann
      The Nation
      , June 3, 1936, p. 713
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      (Review)
      The Delectable Mountains, by M. Struthers Burt
      1. The Delectable Mountains by M. Struthers Burt
      The Nation
      , July 20, 1927, p. 67
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      1. Youth and Egolatry by Pio Baroja
      2. Ventures in Common Sense by E.W. Howe
      3. The Antichrist by Friedrich Nietzsche
      4. We Moderns by Edwin Muir
      5. Democracy and the Will to Power by James Nelson Wood
      The Nation
      , December 21, 1921, p. 733 - PDF
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      The Education of Hyman Kaplan, by Leonard Q. Ross
      1. The Education of Hyman Kaplan by Leonard Q. Ross
      The Nation
      , August 28, 1937, p. 224
    9. Midwinter Book Section 
      1. The Education of Hyman Kaplan by Leonard Q. Ross
      The Nation
      , February 13, 1935, p. 188
    10. Books and the Arts 
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      (Review)
      Art for Art's Sake, by Albert Leon Guerard
      1. Art for Art's Sake by Albert Leon Guerard
      The Nation
      , December 19, 1936, p. 735
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      Willa Cather: A Critical Introduction, by David Daiches
      1. Willa Cather: A Critical Introduction by David Daiches
      The Nation
      , March 24, 1951, p. 281
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      (Review)
      An Enemy of the People, by Arthur Miller and Henrik Ibsen
      1. An Enemy of the People by Arthur Miller and Henrik Ibsen
      The Nation
      , May 5, 1951, p. 423
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      (Review)
      The Tattooed Countess, by Carl Van Vechten
      1. The Tattooed Countess by Carl Van Vechten
      The Nation
      , September 3, 1924, p. 241
    14. Books and the Arts 
      1. The Tattooed Countess by Carl Van Vechten
      The Nation
      , April 1, 1936, pp. 418-419
    15. Books and the Arts 
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      (Review)
      The Bright Medusa, by Howard Mumford Jones
      1. The Bright Medusa by Howard Mumford Jones
      The Nation
      , October 4, 1952, p. 303
      1. The Bright Medusa by Howard Mumford Jones
      The Nation
      , August 30, 1933, pp. 240-241
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      (Review)
      Mantrap, by Sinclair Lewis
      1. Mantrap by Sinclair Lewis
      The Nation
      , June 16, 1926, p. 672
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      (Review)
      Letters of J.M. Barrie, by Viola Meynell and James M. Barrie
      1. Letters of J.M. Barrie by Viola Meynell and James M. Barrie
      The Nation
      , November 8, 1947, p. 508
    18. Books and the Arts 
      1. Letters of J.M. Barrie by Viola Meynell and James M. Barrie
      The Nation
      , July 31, 1937, p. 132
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      How to Become Extinct, by Will Cuppy and William Steig
      1. How to Become Extinct by Will Cuppy and William Steig
      The Nation
      , January 10, 1942, p. 42