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The Saturday Review Archives
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The Saturday Review, October 17, 1925 Issue
- 33 Articles, 28pp
  • , p. 207 - PDF
  • (Verse)
    , p. 207 - PDF
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    (3 Reviews)
    , pp. 207-208 - PDF
    The Constant Nymph, by Margaret Kennedy
    1. The Constant Nymph by Margaret Kennedy
    2. Serena Blandish; or, The Difficulty of Getting Married by Enid Bagnold
    3. Piano Quintet by Edward Sackville-West
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    (Review)
    , p. 209 - PDF
    Christina Alberta's Father, by H.G. Wells
    1. Christina Alberta's Father by H.G. Wells
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    (Review)
    , p. 209 - PDF
    The Glass Window, by Lucy Furman
    1. The Glass Window by Lucy Furman
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    (Review)
    , p. 209 - PDF
    The Sailor's Return, by David Garnett
    1. The Sailor's Return by David Garnett
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    (Review)
    , p. 210 - PDF
    Runaway, by Floyd Dell
    1. Runaway by Floyd Dell
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    (Review)
    , p. 210 - PDF
    My Tower in Desmond, by S.R. Lysaght
    1. My Tower in Desmond by S.R. Lysaght
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    (Review)
    , p. 210 - PDF
    Mr. Petre, by Hilaire Belloc
    1. Mr. Petre by Hilaire Belloc
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    (Review)
    , p. 211 - PDF
    Released for Publication, by Oscar King Davis
    1. Released for Publication by Oscar King Davis
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    (Review)
    , p. 211 - PDF
    Captain Cook's Voyages, by Andrew Kippis
    1. Captain Cook's Voyages by Andrew Kippis
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    (Review)
    , p. 212 - PDF
    Letters from England, by Karel Capek
    1. Letters from England by Karel Capek
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    (Review)
    , p. 212 - PDF
    Lord Timothy Dexter of Newburyport, Massachusetts, by John P. Marquand
    1. Lord Timothy Dexter of Newburyport, Massachusetts by John P. Marquand
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    (Review)
    , p. 212 - PDF
    Winged Defense, by William Mitchell
    1. Winged Defense by William Mitchell
  • , p. 213 - PDF
    The Judgment of Paris
    1. Winged Defense by William Mitchell
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    (Review)
    , p. 214 - PDF
    Secret Societies and Subversive Movements, by Nesta H. Webster
    1. Secret Societies and Subversive Movements by Nesta H. Webster
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    (Review)
    , pp. 214-215 - PDF
    Educational Statistics, by Charles W. Odell
    1. Educational Statistics by Charles W. Odell
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    (Review)
    , p. 216 - PDF
    The Normal Mind, by William H. Burnham
    1. The Normal Mind by William H. Burnham
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    (4 Reviews)
    , pp. 216-219 - PDF
    Ulysses Returns, and Other Poems, by Roselle Mercier Montgomery
    1. Ulysses Returns, and Other Poems by Roselle Mercier Montgomery
    2. The Wandering Eros by Martha Dickinson Bianchi
    3. A Wind Blowing Over by Clara Platt Meadowcroft
    4. Eleven Poets
  • , p. 220 - PDF
    1. Ulysses Returns, and Other Poems by Roselle Mercier Montgomery
    2. The Wandering Eros by Martha Dickinson Bianchi
    3. A Wind Blowing Over by Clara Platt Meadowcroft
    4. Eleven Poets
  • The New Books 
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    (4 Reviews)
    , p. 221 - PDF
    1. The Modern English Novel by Abel Chevalley
    2. The Craft of Literature by W.E. Williams
    3. Southern Pioneers in Social Interpretation by Howard W. Odum
    4. The Little Flowers of St. Francis by T.W. Arnold
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    (2 Reviews)
    , p. 221 - PDF
    1. Byron in Perspective by J.D. Symon
    2. Charles M. Sheldon: His Life Story by Charles M. Sheldon
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    (2 Reviews)
    , p. 222 - PDF
    1. Devonshire Cream by Eden Phillpotts
    2. Ti-Me Kun Dan, Prince of Buddhist Benevolence by Millicent H. Morrison
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    (Review)
    , p. 222 - PDF
    1. Industrial Ownership: Its Economic and Social Significance by Robert S. Brookings
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    (Review)
    , p. 222 - PDF
    1. Education, the Machine and the Worker by Horace M. Kallen
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    (15 Reviews)
    , p. 223 - PDF
    1. Bread and Jam by Nalbro Bartley
    2. The Rational Hind by Ben Ames Williams
    3. Snuffs and Butters, and Other Stories by Ellen N. La Motte
    4. The Imperfect Impostor by Norman Venner
    5. Gentleman Riches by Lucille Papin Borden
    6. The Office by Nathan Asch
    7. The Power and the Glory by Gilbert Parker
    8. The Informer by Liam O'Flaherty
    9. Ethan Quest: His Saga by Harry Hervey
    10. Winners and Losers by Alice Hegan Rice and Cale Young Rice
    11. The Pencilled Frown by James Gray
    12. Hulings' Quest by McCready Huston
    13. The Misty Flats by Helen Woodbury
    14. The Road by Hilaire Belloc
    15. The Christian Renaissance by Albert Hyma
  • , pp. 224-226 - PDF
    1. Bread and Jam by Nalbro Bartley
    2. The Rational Hind by Ben Ames Williams
    3. Snuffs and Butters, and Other Stories by Ellen N. La Motte
    4. The Imperfect Impostor by Norman Venner
    5. Gentleman Riches by Lucille Papin Borden
    6. The Office by Nathan Asch
    7. The Power and the Glory by Gilbert Parker
    8. The Informer by Liam O'Flaherty
    9. Ethan Quest: His Saga by Harry Hervey
    10. Winners and Losers by Alice Hegan Rice and Cale Young Rice
    11. The Pencilled Frown by James Gray
    12. Hulings' Quest by McCready Huston
    13. The Misty Flats by Helen Woodbury
    14. The Road by Hilaire Belloc
    15. The Christian Renaissance by Albert Hyma
  • , p. 227 - PDF
    1. Bread and Jam by Nalbro Bartley
    2. The Rational Hind by Ben Ames Williams
    3. Snuffs and Butters, and Other Stories by Ellen N. La Motte
    4. The Imperfect Impostor by Norman Venner
    5. Gentleman Riches by Lucille Papin Borden
    6. The Office by Nathan Asch
    7. The Power and the Glory by Gilbert Parker
    8. The Informer by Liam O'Flaherty
    9. Ethan Quest: His Saga by Harry Hervey
    10. Winners and Losers by Alice Hegan Rice and Cale Young Rice
    11. The Pencilled Frown by James Gray
    12. Hulings' Quest by McCready Huston
    13. The Misty Flats by Helen Woodbury
    14. The Road by Hilaire Belloc
    15. The Christian Renaissance by Albert Hyma
  • , p. 228 - PDF
    1. Bread and Jam by Nalbro Bartley
    2. The Rational Hind by Ben Ames Williams
    3. Snuffs and Butters, and Other Stories by Ellen N. La Motte
    4. The Imperfect Impostor by Norman Venner
    5. Gentleman Riches by Lucille Papin Borden
    6. The Office by Nathan Asch
    7. The Power and the Glory by Gilbert Parker
    8. The Informer by Liam O'Flaherty
    9. Ethan Quest: His Saga by Harry Hervey
    10. Winners and Losers by Alice Hegan Rice and Cale Young Rice
    11. The Pencilled Frown by James Gray
    12. Hulings' Quest by McCready Huston
    13. The Misty Flats by Helen Woodbury
    14. The Road by Hilaire Belloc
    15. The Christian Renaissance by Albert Hyma
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    (10 Reviews)
    , p. 229 - PDF
    1. An Austin Dobson Anthology of Prose and Verse by Alban Dobson and Austin Dobson
    2. Modern British Lyrics: An Anthology by Stanton Coblentz
    3. Selected Poems by Charles Hanson Towne
    4. Songs from the Elizabethans by J.C. Squire
    5. Odes from the Divan of Hafiz by Richard Le Gallienne
    6. The Jewish Anthology by Edmond Fleg
    7. The Harp of Fate by William F. Kirk
    8. Will-o'-the-Wisp by Dorothy Dow
    9. Hill Fragments by Madeline Mason-Manheim
    10. New Poems by John Drinkwater
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    (Review)
    , p. 229 - PDF
    1. Manchuria by Kinnosuke Adachi
  • , p. 230 - PDF
    1. Manchuria by Kinnosuke Adachi
  • , pp. 231-232 - PDF
    1. Manchuria by Kinnosuke Adachi