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Charles S. Baldwin • 24 Items / 14 Books, 5 Articles, 3 Reviews, 2 Poems
How to Write (1905)
A Handbook Based on the English Bible
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    Books of the Week (29 Reviews)
    As the World Goes by, by Elisabeth W. Brooks
    1. As the World Goes by by Elisabeth W. Brooks
    2. The Bank and the Treasury by Frederick A. Cleveland
    3. Cambridge Sketches by Frank Preston Stearns
    4. Ernest Renan by William Francis Barry
    5. Free Opinions by Marie Corelli
    6. The Gift of the Morning Star by Armistead C. Gordon
    7. The Growth of English Industry and Commerce During the Early and Medieval Ages by William Cunningham
    8. Highways and Byways in Derbyshire by J.B. Firth
    9. How to Write by Charles Sears Baldwin
    10. Jorn Uhl by Gustav Frenssen
    11. The King in Exile by Eva Scott
    12. A Knot of Blue by William R.A. Wilson
    13. The Life of Reason by George Santayana
    14. Magna Carta by William Sharp McKechnie
    15. The National Administration of the United States of America by John A. Fairlie
    16. The New Knowledge by Robert Kennedy Duncan
    17. On the Firing Line by Anna Chapin Ray and Hamilton Brock Fuller
    18. On Tybee Knoll by James B. Connolly
    19. The Orchard and Fruit Garden by E.P. Powell
    20. The Origin of Man by George Walter Pool
    21. Partners of the Tide by Joseph C. Lincoln
    22. Samuel and the Schools of the Propets by James Sime
    23. The Sunset Trail by Alfred Henry Lewis
    24. The Vision of Sir Launfal, and Other Poems by James Russell Lowell
    25. The Times of Christ by Lewis A. Muirhead
    26. The Vision of Elijah Berl by Frank Lewis Nason
    27. Wasps, Social and Solitary by George W. Peckham and Elizabeth G. Peckham
    28. Who Then Is This? by Harris Grafton Hale
    29. The Young Folks' Cyclopaedia of Persons and Places by John Denison Champlin
    The Outlook, May 20, 1905, pp. 190-196