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Lost Laughter (1933)
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    Check List of New Books (3 Reviews)
    Fiction
    1. Pour Wine for Us by Dean Van Clute
    2. Lost Laughter by Mateel Howe Farnham
    3. Human Nature by Edith Wharton
    The American Mercury, September 1933
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    The New Books (5 Reviews)
    Lost Laughter, by Mateel Howe Farnham
    1. Lost Laughter by Mateel Howe Farnham
    2. Shattered Porcelain by Etsu Inagaki Sugimoto
    3. The Great Crooner by Clarence Budington Kelland
    4. Swastika: The Nazi Terror by James Waterman Wise
    5. Major Mysteries of Science by H. Gordon Garbedian
    The Saturday Review, May 27, 1933, p. 619
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    Books in Brief (12 Reviews)
    Looking Forward, by Franklin D. Roosevelt
    1. Looking Forward by Franklin D. Roosevelt
    2. Special Delivery: A Packet of Replies by James Branch Cabell
    3. Union Square by Albert Halper
    4. The Machine Age in the Hills by Malcolm Ross
    5. Intimate Memories: Background by Mabel Dodge Luhan
    6. The First Lover, and Other Stories by Kay Boyle
    7. By Post to the Apostles by Helen Walker Homan
    8. Outside Eden by John C. Squire
    9. New Road by Merle E. Colby
    10. Hardy Perennial by Helen Hull
    11. Lost Laughter by Mateel Howe Farnham
    12. Christian Unity in Practice and Prophecy by Charles S. Macfarland
    The Forum, May 1933
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    Book Notes (12 Reviews)
    Mike Fink: King of Mississippi Keelboatmen, by Walter Blair and Franklin J. Meine
    1. Mike Fink: King of Mississippi Keelboatmen by Walter Blair and Franklin J. Meine
    2. Hollow Folk by Mandel Sherman
    3. Contemporary Opinion by Kendall B. Taft, John Francis McDermott, and Dana O. Jensen, ...
    4. 1933 Essay Annual~~Nineteen Thirty-Three Essay Annual by Erich A. Walter
    5. Americans Abroad by Peter Neagoe
    6. The Farmer Is Doomed by Louis M. Hacker
    7. Forest Bankruptcy in America by George P. Ahern
    8. How to Restore Values by Ambrose W. Benkert
    9. The Interdependent World and Its Problems by Ramsay Muir
    10. Life's Place in the Cosmos by Hiram Percy Maxim
    11. Our Stone-Pelted Planet by H.H. Nininger
    12. Lost Laughter by Mateel Howe Farnham
    The New Republic, September 6, 1933, pp. 110-111