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Edmund E. Fournier d'Albe • 11 Items / 9 Books, 2 Articles
Quo Vadimus? (1925)
Some Glimpses of the Future
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    The New Books (3 Reviews)
    Philosophy
    1. Quo Vadimus? by E.E. Fournier d'Albe
    2. Clinical Psychology by Louis E. Bisch
    3. The Inheritance of Mental Diseases by Abraham Myerson
    The Saturday Review, January 30, 1926, p. 533
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    Notes on New Books (9 Reviews)
    The Curriculum of Religious Education, by William Clayton Bower
    1. The Curriculum of Religious Education by William Clayton Bower
    2. Finland and Its People by Robert Medill
    3. The Mysterious Glands by H.H. Rumin
    4. Victory by C. Leonie C.B. Aminoff
    5. What a Man Told His Son by Robert Torrington Furman
    6. Quo Vadimus? by E.E. Fournier d'Albe
    7. The Yacht "America" by Winfield M. Thompson
    8. Windows of Night by Charles Williams
    9. Now and Forever by Samuel Roth
    The Outlook, August 26, 1925, p. 595
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    Books in Brief (10 Reviews)
    Letters of Anton Tchekhov to Olga Leonardovna Knipper, by Anton Chekhov
    1. Letters of Anton Tchekhov to Olga Leonardovna Knipper by Anton Chekhov
    2. Proteus; or, The Future of Intelligence by Vernon Lee
    3. Lycurgus: The Future of Law by E.S.P. Haynes
    4. Ouroboros: The Mechanical Extension of Mankind by Garet Garrett
    5. Hephaestus, or The Soul of the Machine by Edmund E. Fournier d'Albe
    6. Quo Vadimus? by E.E. Fournier d'Albe
    7. Paris, or the Future of War by Basil H. Liddell Hart
    8. The Great Pacific War by Hector C. Bywater
    9. Americana: The Literature of American History by Milton Waldman
    10. The Later Correspondence of Lord John Russell, 1840-1878 by G.P. Gooch and John Russell
    The Nation, June 2, 1926, p. 614