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Niven Busch • 21 Items / 10 Books, 3 Articles, 5 Reviews, 3 Poems
They Dream of Home (1944)
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    Canadians All (Review)
    They Dream of Home, by Niven Busch
    1. They Dream of Home by Niven Busch
    Commonweal, March 16, 1945, pp. 547-548
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    New Fiction (4 Reviews)
    No Bright Banner, by Michael de Capite
    1. No Bright Banner by Michael de Capite
    2. They Dream of Home by Niven Busch
    3. Dear Baby by William Saroyan
    4. Young 'Un by Herbert Best
    Common Ground, Spring 1945, p. 110
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    Check List (5 Reviews)
    Fiction
    1. Immortal Wife by Irving Stone
    2. Borrowed Night by Oscar Ray
    3. Green Dolphin Street by Elizabeth Goudge
    4. Winter Cherry by Keith West
    5. They Dream of Home by Niven Busch
    The American Mercury, January 1945, pp. 125-130
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    Briefly Noted (5 Reviews)
    Fiction
    1. They Dream of Home by Niven Busch
    2. Of Smiling Peace by Stefan Heym
    3. Crying at the Lock by Adeline Rumsey
    4. Dear Baby by William Saroyan
    5. Bridge to Brooklyn by Albert E. Idell
    The New Yorker, November 11, 1944, p. 89
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    Almanac for Fall Reading (21 Reviews)
    Take Them up Tenderly, by Margaret Case Harriman
    1. Take Them up Tenderly by Margaret Case Harriman
    2. Winter Cherry by Keith West
    3. Europe: An Atlas of Human Geography by Marthe Rajchman
    4. Women and Men by Amram Scheinfeld
    5. They Dream of Home by Niven Busch
    6. Where Away by George Sessions Perry and Isabel Leighton
    7. Caesar and Christ by Will Durant
    8. Your Servant the Molecule by Walter S. Landis
    9. China Takes Her Place by Carl Crow
    10. Elegant Journey by John Selby
    11. Pause to Wonder by Marjorie Fischer and Rolfe Humphries
    12. I Lied to Live by Aleksander Janta
    13. Nathan Bedford Forrest: "First with the Most" by Robert Selph Henry
    14. The Case of the Black-Eyed Blonde by Erle Stanley Gardner
    15. Many a Watchful Night by John Mason Brown
    16. Lost Waltz: A Story of Exile by Bertita Harding
    17. Brave Men by Ernie Pyle
    18. Half Past When by Hassoldt Davis
    19. Bases Overseas by George Weller
    20. The Gentlemen Talk of Peace by William B. Ziff
    21. Samuel Johnson by Joseph Wood Krutch
    The Saturday Review, October 14, 1944, pp. 20-21