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Old Enchantment (1928)
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Published Reviews
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    The Hungry Generations (Review)
    Old Enchantment, by Larry Barretto
    1. Old Enchantment by Larry Barretto
    Commonweal, October 3, 1928, pp. 554-555
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    Anonymously (3 Reviews)
    These Men, Thy Friends, by Edward J. Thompson
    1. These Men, Thy Friends by Edward J. Thompson
    2. Old Enchantment by Larry Barretto
    3. Mr. Hodge and Mr. Hazard by Elinor Wylie
    The Bookman, May 1928, pp. 293-296
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    Recent Fiction (4 Reviews)
    Old Enchantment, by Larry Barretto
    1. Old Enchantment by Larry Barretto
    2. Ashenden, or the British Agent by W. Somerset Maugham
    3. Crusade by Donn Byrne
    4. The Land of Green Ginger by Winifred Holtby
    The New Republic, April 18, 1928, pp. 279-280
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    Fiction Notes (9 Reviews)
    Show Cases, by Jacques Le Clercq
    1. Show Cases by Jacques Le Clercq
    2. The Wild Body by Wyndham Lewis
    3. Hanging Johnny by Myrtle Johnston
    4. Old Enchantment by Larry Barretto
    5. Blight by Ann Rice
    6. Trevy the River by Leslie Reid
    7. The Half-Hearted by John Buchan
    8. Wintersmoon by Hugh Walpole
    9. Crusade by Donn Byrne
    The Bookman, June 1928, pp. 463-464
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    The New Books (10 Reviews)
    The Four Jameses, by William Arthur Deacon
    1. The Four Jameses by William Arthur Deacon
    2. Abraham Lincoln and Walt Whitman by William E. Barton
    3. The Women Lincoln Loved by William E. Barton
    4. Quex by Douglas Jerrold
    5. Birds Around the Light by Jacob Paludan
    6. Toucoutou by Edward Larocque Tinker
    7. Knuckles by Clarence Budington Kelland
    8. Old Enchantment by Larry Barretto
    9. Not to Be Opened by Lloyd Osbourne
    10. All the King's Horses by Louis Stevens
    The Saturday Review, June 9, 1928, p. 953