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The Saturday Review Archives
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The Saturday Review, April 18, 1931 Issue
- 33 Articles, 26pp
  • , p. 743 - PDF
  • (Verse)
    , p. 743 - PDF
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    (2 Reviews)
    , p. 743 - PDF
    Behold America!, by Samuel D. Schmalhausen
    1. Behold America! by Samuel D. Schmalhausen
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    (Review)
    , p. 744 - PDF
    The Dictionary of American Biography, by Allen Johnson and Dumas Malone
    1. The Dictionary of American Biography by Allen Johnson and Dumas Malone
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    (Review)
    , p. 745 - PDF
    Mere Marie of the Ursulines, by Agnes Repplier
    1. Mere Marie of the Ursulines by Agnes Repplier
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    (Review)
    , p. 745 - PDF
    The Passionate Pilgrim, by Gertrude L. Marvin Williams
    1. The Passionate Pilgrim by Gertrude L. Marvin Williams
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    (Review)
    , p. 745 - PDF
    Opus 7, by Sylvia Townsend Warner
    1. Opus 7 by Sylvia Townsend Warner
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    (Review)
    , p. 746 - PDF
    Green Hell, by Julian Duguid
    1. Green Hell by Julian Duguid
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    (Review)
    , p. 746 - PDF
    Vagabond's Paradise, by Alfred Batson
    1. Vagabond's Paradise by Alfred Batson
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    (Review)
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    American Humor, by Constance Rourke
    1. American Humor by Constance Rourke
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    (Review)
    , p. 747 - PDF
    The Gospel According to Saint Luke's, by Philip Stevenson
    1. The Gospel According to Saint Luke's by Philip Stevenson
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    The Red and White Girdle
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    1. The Gospel According to Saint Luke's by Philip Stevenson
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    (Review)
    , p. 749 - PDF
    Equality, by R.H. Tawney
    1. Equality by R.H. Tawney
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    (Review)
    , p. 750 - PDF
    Gambler's Wife, by Elizabeth Gertrude Stern
    1. Gambler's Wife by Elizabeth Gertrude Stern
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    Two Families, by Archibald Marshall
    1. Two Families by Archibald Marshall
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    The Bitter Orange Tree, by Panait Istrati
    1. The Bitter Orange Tree by Panait Istrati
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    St. Vitus Day, by Stephen Graham
    1. St. Vitus Day by Stephen Graham
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    (Review)
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    Enter the Actress, by Rosamond Gilder
    1. Enter the Actress by Rosamond Gilder
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    Xenophon: Soldier of Fortune, by Leo V. Jacks
    1. Xenophon: Soldier of Fortune by Leo V. Jacks
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    1. Xenophon: Soldier of Fortune by Leo V. Jacks
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    , pp. 756-757 - PDF
    Heine, by Henry Gibson Atkins
    1. Heine by Henry Gibson Atkins
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    1. Heine by Henry Gibson Atkins
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    Paul Gauguin: The Calm Madman, by Beril Becker
    1. Paul Gauguin: The Calm Madman by Beril Becker
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    3. The Indiscreet Years by Larry Barretto
    4. Restless Sands by Marcel Prevost
    5. City of the White Night by Nikolai Gubsky
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    1. Paul Gauguin: The Calm Madman by Beril Becker
    2. Towards the West by Maurice Constantin-Weyer
    3. The Indiscreet Years by Larry Barretto
    4. Restless Sands by Marcel Prevost
    5. City of the White Night by Nikolai Gubsky
    6. Africa's Last Empire by Hermann Norden
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    2. Tinka, Minka and Linka by May Yonge McNeer
    3. A Boy Scout with Byrd by Paul Siple
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    1. The Memoirs of Lou Telegen by Lou Telegen
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    3. John Pendleton Kennedy by Edward M. Gwathmey
    4. The History of Palestine by Angelo S. Rappoport
    5. A Second Elizabethan Journal, 1595-1598 by G.B. Harrison
    6. Contemporary Social Movements by Jerome Davis
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    12. The Origin and Growth of Religion by Wilhelm Schmidt
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    14. George Washington: The Son of His Country, 1732-1775 by Paul Van Dyke
    15. Personal Problems for Men and Women by Karl M. Bowman
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    18. The Realm of the Air by Charles Fitzhugh Talman
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    1. The Memoirs of Lou Telegen by Lou Telegen
    2. The Doom of Conaire Mor by W.E. Walsh
    3. John Pendleton Kennedy by Edward M. Gwathmey
    4. The History of Palestine by Angelo S. Rappoport
    5. A Second Elizabethan Journal, 1595-1598 by G.B. Harrison
    6. Contemporary Social Movements by Jerome Davis
    7. The Philosophy of Life by Anderson M. Baten
    8. Lockhart's Literary Criticism by Margaret Clive Hildyard and J.G. Lock...
    9. Poland, the Unexplored by Grace Humphrey
    10. The German Submarine War, 1914-1918 by Richard H. Gibson and Maurice Prender...
    11. Human Nature by Max Schoen
    12. The Origin and Growth of Religion by Wilhelm Schmidt
    13. Aaron Burr by Johnston D. Kerkhoff
    14. George Washington: The Son of His Country, 1732-1775 by Paul Van Dyke
    15. Personal Problems for Men and Women by Karl M. Bowman
    16. Let's Go Fishing by Charles E. Reitell
    17. Joseph Hopkinson, 1770-1842 by Burton Alva Konkle
    18. The Realm of the Air by Charles Fitzhugh Talman
  • , pp. 763-764 - PDF
    1. The Memoirs of Lou Telegen by Lou Telegen
    2. The Doom of Conaire Mor by W.E. Walsh
    3. John Pendleton Kennedy by Edward M. Gwathmey
    4. The History of Palestine by Angelo S. Rappoport
    5. A Second Elizabethan Journal, 1595-1598 by G.B. Harrison
    6. Contemporary Social Movements by Jerome Davis
    7. The Philosophy of Life by Anderson M. Baten
    8. Lockhart's Literary Criticism by Margaret Clive Hildyard and J.G. Lock...
    9. Poland, the Unexplored by Grace Humphrey
    10. The German Submarine War, 1914-1918 by Richard H. Gibson and Maurice Prender...
    11. Human Nature by Max Schoen
    12. The Origin and Growth of Religion by Wilhelm Schmidt
    13. Aaron Burr by Johnston D. Kerkhoff
    14. George Washington: The Son of His Country, 1732-1775 by Paul Van Dyke
    15. Personal Problems for Men and Women by Karl M. Bowman
    16. Let's Go Fishing by Charles E. Reitell
    17. Joseph Hopkinson, 1770-1842 by Burton Alva Konkle
    18. The Realm of the Air by Charles Fitzhugh Talman
  • , p. 765 - PDF
    The Antiquarian Bookseller
    1. The Memoirs of Lou Telegen by Lou Telegen
    2. The Doom of Conaire Mor by W.E. Walsh
    3. John Pendleton Kennedy by Edward M. Gwathmey
    4. The History of Palestine by Angelo S. Rappoport
    5. A Second Elizabethan Journal, 1595-1598 by G.B. Harrison
    6. Contemporary Social Movements by Jerome Davis
    7. The Philosophy of Life by Anderson M. Baten
    8. Lockhart's Literary Criticism by Margaret Clive Hildyard and J.G. Lock...
    9. Poland, the Unexplored by Grace Humphrey
    10. The German Submarine War, 1914-1918 by Richard H. Gibson and Maurice Prender...
    11. Human Nature by Max Schoen
    12. The Origin and Growth of Religion by Wilhelm Schmidt
    13. Aaron Burr by Johnston D. Kerkhoff
    14. George Washington: The Son of His Country, 1732-1775 by Paul Van Dyke
    15. Personal Problems for Men and Women by Karl M. Bowman
    16. Let's Go Fishing by Charles E. Reitell
    17. Joseph Hopkinson, 1770-1842 by Burton Alva Konkle
    18. The Realm of the Air by Charles Fitzhugh Talman
  • , p. 766 - PDF
    1. The Memoirs of Lou Telegen by Lou Telegen
    2. The Doom of Conaire Mor by W.E. Walsh
    3. John Pendleton Kennedy by Edward M. Gwathmey
    4. The History of Palestine by Angelo S. Rappoport
    5. A Second Elizabethan Journal, 1595-1598 by G.B. Harrison
    6. Contemporary Social Movements by Jerome Davis
    7. The Philosophy of Life by Anderson M. Baten
    8. Lockhart's Literary Criticism by Margaret Clive Hildyard and J.G. Lock...
    9. Poland, the Unexplored by Grace Humphrey
    10. The German Submarine War, 1914-1918 by Richard H. Gibson and Maurice Prender...
    11. Human Nature by Max Schoen
    12. The Origin and Growth of Religion by Wilhelm Schmidt
    13. Aaron Burr by Johnston D. Kerkhoff
    14. George Washington: The Son of His Country, 1732-1775 by Paul Van Dyke
    15. Personal Problems for Men and Women by Karl M. Bowman
    16. Let's Go Fishing by Charles E. Reitell
    17. Joseph Hopkinson, 1770-1842 by Burton Alva Konkle
    18. The Realm of the Air by Charles Fitzhugh Talman
  • , pp. 766-768 - PDF
    1. The Memoirs of Lou Telegen by Lou Telegen
    2. The Doom of Conaire Mor by W.E. Walsh
    3. John Pendleton Kennedy by Edward M. Gwathmey
    4. The History of Palestine by Angelo S. Rappoport
    5. A Second Elizabethan Journal, 1595-1598 by G.B. Harrison
    6. Contemporary Social Movements by Jerome Davis
    7. The Philosophy of Life by Anderson M. Baten
    8. Lockhart's Literary Criticism by Margaret Clive Hildyard and J.G. Lock...
    9. Poland, the Unexplored by Grace Humphrey
    10. The German Submarine War, 1914-1918 by Richard H. Gibson and Maurice Prender...
    11. Human Nature by Max Schoen
    12. The Origin and Growth of Religion by Wilhelm Schmidt
    13. Aaron Burr by Johnston D. Kerkhoff
    14. George Washington: The Son of His Country, 1732-1775 by Paul Van Dyke
    15. Personal Problems for Men and Women by Karl M. Bowman
    16. Let's Go Fishing by Charles E. Reitell
    17. Joseph Hopkinson, 1770-1842 by Burton Alva Konkle
    18. The Realm of the Air by Charles Fitzhugh Talman