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Lewis Browne • 20 Items / 13 Books, 1 Article, 6 Reviews
Stranger Than Fiction (1925)
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    Jewish History for Laymen (Review)
    Stranger Than Fiction, by Lewis Browne
    1. Stranger Than Fiction by Lewis Browne
    The Nation, May 6, 1925, p. 524
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    At A Glance (6 Reviews)
    1. John Slidell and the Confederates in Paris by Beckles Willson
    2. Pioneer Days in Arizona by Frank C. Lockwood
    3. The Elegant Woman by Gertrude Aretz
    4. Fall of the Inca Empire by Philip Ainsworth Means
    5. The American Keepsake by Russel Crouse
    6. Stranger Than Fiction by Lewis Browne
    The Bookman, November 1932, p. 754
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    Notes on New Books (21 Reviews)
    Publicity, by Ivy L. Lee
    1. Publicity by Ivy L. Lee
    2. The Meaning of Dreams by Robert Graves
    3. Tales You Won't Believe by Gene Stratton-Porter
    4. Leon Trotsky: The Portrait of a Youth by Max Eastman
    5. The Science of Fly Fishing for Trout by Fred G. Shaw, F.G.S.
    6. Bits of China by Christine I. Tinling
    7. "Margery," the Medium by J. Malcolm Bird
    8. Pueblo Pottery Making by Carl E. Guthe
    9. Psychology for Child Training by Arland D. Weeks
    10. Practical Graphic Figures by Edwin G. Lutz
    11. Reconstruction by James D. Whelpley
    12. A Home of Your Own by Della Thompson Lutes
    13. The Foreign Student in America by W. Reginald Wheeler
    14. Songs of the Soul by Mary Alethea Woodward
    15. Stranger Than Fiction by Lewis Browne
    16. Concerning the Nature of Things by William H. Bragg
    17. Science and Religion by J. Arthur Thomson
    18. Peasant Pioneers by Kenneth D. Miller
    19. Bobbed Hair by Twenty Famous Authors
    20. What of It? by Ring Lardner
    21. The Clutch of the Corsican by Alfred Hoyt Bill
    The Outlook, April 22, 1925, pp. 622-623