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E.M. Delafield • 37 Items / 33 Books, 4 Articles
The Way Things Are (1928)
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Published Reviews
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    Distinguished Fiction (2 Reviews)
    The Way Things Are, by E.M. Delafield
    1. The Way Things Are by E.M. Delafield
    2. A Girl Adoring by Viola Meynell
    The Saturday Review, March 17, 1928, p. 681
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    Fiction Notes (3 Reviews)
    The Way Things Are, by E.M. Delafield
    1. The Way Things Are by E.M. Delafield
    2. November Night by Adelaide Champneys
    3. The Legend Called Meryom by Joseph Gaer
    The New Republic, March 14, 1928, pp. 131-132
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    From the Women Novelists (5 Reviews)
    A Fairy Leapt Upon My Knee, by Bea Howe
    1. A Fairy Leapt Upon My Knee by Bea Howe
    2. Cups, Wands and Swords by Helen Simpson
    3. November Night by Adelaide Champneys
    4. The Way Things Are by E.M. Delafield
    5. The Axe by Sigrid Undset
    The Bookman, April 1928, p. 212
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    Books in Brief (6 Reviews)
    The Inner World of Childhood, by Frances G. Wickes
    1. The Inner World of Childhood by Frances G. Wickes
    2. Menckeniana: A Schimpflexicon by H.L. Mencken
    3. The Realm of Literature by Henry W. Wells
    4. Two Forsyte Interludes by John Galsworthy
    5. The Way Things Are by E.M. Delafield
    6. Georgian Stories, 1927 by Arthur Waugh
    The Nation, February 22, 1928, p. 218
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    Midwinter Fiction (8 Reviews)
    Wintersmoon, by Hugh Walpole
    1. Wintersmoon by Hugh Walpole
    2. The Way Things Are by E.M. Delafield
    3. The Wayward Man by St. John G. Ervine
    4. Shaken by the Wind by Ray Strachey
    5. The Bonney Family by Ruth Suckow
    6. A Man of Learning by Nelson Antrim Crawford
    7. The Axe by Sigrid Undset
    8. The Unlatched Door by Marie Cher
    The Outlook, March 7, 1928, pp. 396-400