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Emily Clark • 12 Items / 3 Books, 7 Articles, 2 Reviews
Stuffed Peacocks (1927)
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Published Reviews
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    Fiction Notes (Review)
    Stuffed Peacocks, by Emily Clark
    1. Stuffed Peacocks by Emily Clark
    The Bookman, January 1928
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    Fiction (6 Reviews)
    A Man of Learning, by Nelson Antrim Crawford
    1. A Man of Learning by Nelson Antrim Crawford
    2. Men Without Women by Ernest Hemingway
    3. The Bonney Family by Ruth Suckow
    4. The Bridge of San Luis Rey by Thornton Wilder
    5. Stuffed Peacocks by Emily Clark
    6. An Artist in the Family by Sarah Gertrude Millin
    The American Mercury, May 1928, p. 127
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    Check List of New Books (7 Reviews)
    Fiction
    1. Stuffed Peacocks by Emily Clark
    2. Count Ten by Mildred Evans Gilman
    3. Purse Strings by Edith M. Stern
    4. Coaster Captain by James B. Connolly
    5. Bed and Breakfast by Coralie von Werner Hobson
    6. Gallion's Reach by H.M. Tomlinson
    7. The Undercurrent by Edith Holland
    The American Mercury, November 1927
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    The New Books (13 Reviews)
    The Modern Movement in Art, by Reginald H. Wilenski
    1. The Modern Movement in Art by Reginald H. Wilenski
    2. Trees at Night by Art Young
    3. Stuffed Peacocks by Emily Clark
    4. Iron Will by Charles Neville Buck
    5. Eros the Slayer by Aino Kallas
    6. Fair Exchange by Grant Richards
    7. The Lunatic in Love by J. Storer Clouston
    8. Julius by A Gentleman With A Duster
    9. Children of Swamp and Wood by Archibald H. Rutledge
    10. A Cat Book by E.V. Lucas
    11. American Medicine and the People's Health by Harry H. Moore
    12. This Smoking World by Albert E. Hamilton
    13. The Appreciation of Music by Roy Dickinson Welch
    The Saturday Review, January 7, 1928, p. 507