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John Jay Chapman • 84 Items / 30 Books, 19 Poems, 30 Articles, 4 Reviews
Dante (1927)
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Published Reviews
  1. Books
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    Communications (Review)
    Dante, by John Jay Chapman
    1. Dante by John Jay Chapman
    Commonweal, August 24, 1927, p. 381
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    Chapman's Dante (Review)
    Dante, by John Jay Chapman
    1. Dante by John Jay Chapman
    The Forum, July 1927, p. 157
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    Mr. Chapman's Dante (Review)
    Dante, by John Jay Chapman
    1. Dante by John Jay Chapman
    The New Republic, May 18, 1927, pp. 361-362
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    Dante Reappraised (Review)
    Dante, by John Jay Chapman
    1. Dante by John Jay Chapman
    The Saturday Review, February 4, 1928, p. 573
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    Check List of New Books (5 Reviews)
    Criticism
    1. Shakespeare Studies by Elmer Edgar Stoll
    2. Marcel Proust: His Life and Work by Leon Pierre-Quint
    3. Romanticism by Lascelles Abercrombie
    4. Dante by John Jay Chapman
    5. Main Currents in American Thought by Vernon Louis Parrington
    The American Mercury, July 1927
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    Current Books (12 Reviews)
    Various
    1. The Forms of War Government in France by Pierre Renouvin
    2. The Abilities of Man by Charles Edward Spearman
    3. The Main Stream by Stuart Pratt Sherman
    4. Dante by John Jay Chapman
    5. In China: 1920-1921 by Abel Bonnard
    6. Chile and Its Relations with the United States by Henry Clay Evans, Jr.
    7. The Story of Civil Liberty in the United States by Leon Whipple
    8. Where Is Civilization Going? by Scott Nearing
    9. I Think I Remember by Magdalen King-Hall
    10. First Crossing of the Polar Sea by Roald Amundsen and Lincoln Ellsworth
    11. Certain Samaritans by Esther Pohl Lovejoy
    12. Copy 1927: Stories, Plays, Poems and Essays
    The Outlook, July 20, 1927, p. 388