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Willa Sibert Cather Archives
Willa Sibert Cather • 89 Items / 30 Books, 36 Articles, 19 Poems
Not Under Forty (1936)
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Published Reviews
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    In Dubious Battle (Review)
    Not Under Forty, by Willa Cather
    1. Not Under Forty by Willa Cather
    The Nation, December 19, 1936, pp. 738-739
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    The Sense of the Past (Review)
    Not Under Forty, by Willa Cather
    1. Not Under Forty by Willa Cather
    The New Republic, February 10, 1937, p. 25
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    Powerful Slightness (Review)
    Not Under Forty, by Willa Cather
    1. Not Under Forty by Willa Cather
    The Saturday Review, November 28, 1936, p. 7
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    Books: Eastman's Laughter...Cather's Vanished Day (2 Reviews)
    The Enjoyment of Laughter, by Max Eastman
    1. The Enjoyment of Laughter by Max Eastman
    2. Not Under Forty by Willa Cather
    Scribners, January 1937, pp. 126-128
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    The Check List (18 Reviews)
    Miscellaneous
    1. The Romance of the Calendar by P.W. Wilson
    2. The Harem by N.M. Penzer
    3. The Trial of Lizzie Borden by Edmund Pearson
    4. Caravansary and Conversation by Richard Curle
    5. Photocrimes by Mileson Horton and Thomas Pembroke
    6. Not Under Forty by Willa Cather
    7. Japan's Feet of Clay by Freda Utley
    8. Epilogue: A Critical Summary by Laura Riding and Robert Graves
    9. More House for Your Money by Elizabeth Gordon and Dorothy Ducas
    10. Mooncussers of Cape Cod by Henry C. Kittredge
    11. Press Time
    12. Brief Facts by Blair Tavenner
    13. Ships of the World's Battlefleets by E.C. Talbot-Booth
    14. Sagittarius Rising by Cecil Lewis
    15. The Philosophy of Rhetoric by I.A. Richards
    16. A History of Early American Magazines, 1741-1789 by Lyon N. Richardson
    17. Time and Chance by Alexander Black
    18. Man's Worldly Goods by Leo Huberman
    The American Mercury, May 1937