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Sinclair Lewis • 78 Items / 29 Books, 33 Articles, 4 Reviews, 1 Poem
The Man Who Knew Coolidge (1928)
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Published Reviews
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    Babbitt Redivivus (Review)
    The Man Who Knew Coolidge, by Sinclair Lewis
    1. The Man Who Knew Coolidge by Sinclair Lewis
    The American Mercury, June 1928, pp. 253-254
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    Lowell Schmaltz, Soft-Head (Review)
    The Man Who Knew Coolidge, by Sinclair Lewis
    1. The Man Who Knew Coolidge by Sinclair Lewis
    Commonweal, July 4, 1928, p. 256
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    Babbilogues (Review)
    The Man Who Knew Coolidge, by Sinclair Lewis
    1. The Man Who Knew Coolidge by Sinclair Lewis
    The New Republic, April 25, 1928, p. 302
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    Schmaltz, Babbitt & Co. (Review)
    The Man Who Knew Coolidge, by Sinclair Lewis
    1. The Man Who Knew Coolidge by Sinclair Lewis
    The Saturday Review, March 24, 1928, pp. 697-698
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    Bad Girls and Babbitts (3 Reviews)
    Bad Girl, by Vina Delmar
    1. Bad Girl by Vina Delmar
    2. The Man Who Knew Coolidge by Sinclair Lewis
    3. France Is Full of Frenchmen by Lewis Galantiere
    The Bookman, May 1928, pp. 304-307
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    The Reading Room (6 Reviews)
    The Great American Band-Wagon, by Charles Merz
    1. The Great American Band-Wagon by Charles Merz
    2. Conquistador by Philip Guedalla
    3. The Man Who Knew Coolidge by Sinclair Lewis
    4. Disraeli: A Picture of the Victorian Age by Andre Maurois
    5. The Skull of Swift by Shane Leslie
    6. Parachute by Ramon Guthrie
    The Century Magazine, April 1928, pp. 760-765
  7. Speaking of Books
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    My Country, 'Tis of Thee (6 Reviews)
    The Man Who Knew Coolidge, by Sinclair Lewis
    1. The Man Who Knew Coolidge by Sinclair Lewis
    2. The Great American Band-Wagon by Charles Merz
    3. Alice in the Delighted States by Edward Hope
    4. France Is Full of Frenchmen by Lewis Galantiere
    5. Let Freedom Ring by Arthur Garfield Hays
    6. The Inquiring Mind by Zechariah Chafee, Jr.
    The Outlook, May 16, 1928, p. 110
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    Books in Brief (13 Reviews)
    The Man Who Knew Coolidge, by Sinclair Lewis
    1. The Man Who Knew Coolidge by Sinclair Lewis
    2. W.E. Gladstone by Osbert Burdett
    3. The Knowledge of English by George Philip Krapp
    4. Henry Clay Frick: The Man by George B.M. Harvey
    5. William Makepeace Thackeray by Lewis Melville
    6. The Toys of Peace, and Other Papers by Saki
    7. Beasts and Super-Beasts by Saki
    8. Machine-Gun Diplomacy by J.A.H. Hopkins and Melinda Alexander
    9. Lily-Iron by Mary Biggs
    10. American Foreign Policies by James Wilford Garner
    11. The Father of Little Women by Honore Willsie Morrow
    12. Tarka the Otter by Henry Williamson
    13. Money and Monetary Policy in Early Times by A.R. Burns
    The Nation, April 18, 1928, pp. 462-463