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Andrew H. Dakers • 2 Books
The Tragic Queen (1931)
A Study of Mary Queen of Scots
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Published Reviews
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    The New Books (Review)
    The Tragic Queen, by Andrew H. Dakers
    1. The Tragic Queen by Andrew H. Dakers
    The Bookman, November 1931, p. 326
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    "That Predestined Victim" (Review)
    The Tragic Queen, by Andrew H. Dakers
    1. The Tragic Queen by Andrew H. Dakers
    Commonweal, October 14, 1931, p. 586
  3. The New Books
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    Theatre (Review)
    The Tragic Queen, by Andrew H. Dakers
    1. The Tragic Queen by Andrew H. Dakers
    The Outlook, September 23, 1931, p. 120
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    Book notes (3 Reviews)
    Biography
    1. The Persecution of Mary Stewart by Edward Parry
    2. The Tragic Queen by Andrew H. Dakers
    3. A Season in Hell by Jean-Marie Carre
    The New Republic, January 13, 1932, p. 249
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    Check List of New Books (15 Reviews)
    Biography
    1. The Lady of Godey's: Sarah Josepha Hale by Ruth E. Finley
    2. The Roeblings by Hamilton Schuyler
    3. John G. Carlisle: Financial Statesman by James A. Barnes
    4. The Tragic Queen by Andrew H. Dakers
    5. The Persecution of Mary Stewart by Edward Parry
    6. Knute Rockne, Man Builder by Harry A. Stuhldreher
    7. James A. Garfield, Party Chieftain by Robert Granville Caldwell
    8. Companions on the Trail by Hamlin Garland
    9. The Great Mouthpiece by Gene Fowler
    10. Joffre by Raymond Recouly
    11. Lyautey by Andre Maurois
    12. The Constance Letters of Charles Chapin by Eleanor Early and Charles E. Chapin
    13. Henry Charles Lea: A Biography by Sculley Bradley
    14. The York Road by Lizette Woodworth Reese
    15. Edmund Burke by Robert H. Murray
    The American Mercury, January 1932