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Emil Fuchs • 2 Books
With Pencil, Brush and Chisel (1925)
The Life of an Artist
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    Emil Fuchs (Review)
    With Pencil, Brush and Chisel, by Emil Fuchs
    1. With Pencil, Brush and Chisel by Emil Fuchs
    The New Republic, November 4, 1925, p. 289
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    The New Books (Review)
    Biography
    1. With Pencil, Brush and Chisel by Emil Fuchs
    The Saturday Review, June 13, 1925, p. 827
  3. The Book Table
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    The New Books (2 Reviews)
    Biography
    1. King Edward VII: A Biography by Sidney Lee
    2. With Pencil, Brush and Chisel by Emil Fuchs
    The Outlook, April 29, 1925, p. 659
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    A Shelf of Recent Books (4 Reviews)
    Variegated Memoirs
    1. Troubadour by Alfred Kreymborg
    2. With Pencil, Brush and Chisel by Emil Fuchs
    3. My Past and Thoughts by Alexander Herzen
    4. The Roar of the Crowd by James J. Corbett
    The Bookman, March 1925, pp. 90-92
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    Books in Brief (14 Reviews)
    The Story of Woman, by W.L. George
    1. The Story of Woman by W.L. George
    2. With Pencil, Brush and Chisel by Emil Fuchs
    3. A History of Sculpture by George Henry Chase and Chandler R. Post
    4. Our Governmental Machine by Schuyler C. Wallace
    5. The Oxford Book of Russian Verse by Maurice Baring
    6. Moon Harvest by Giuseppe Cautela
    7. Wild Asses by James G. Dunton
    8. Professor by Stanley Johnson
    9. Day of Atonement by Louis Golding
    10. The Little Dark Man, and Other Russian Sketches by Ernest Poole
    11. The Political Parties of To-Day by Arthur N. Holcombe
    12. The Evolution of American Political Parties by Edgar Eugene Robinson
    13. Lady Anne Barnard at the Cape of Good Hope, 1797-1802 by Dorothea Fairbridge
    14. Stories and Essay by Mrs. Havelock Ellis by Mrs. Havelock Ellis
    The Nation, August 26, 1925, pp. 239-241