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    Current Fiction (5 Reviews)
    Deering of Deal, or The Spirit of the School, by Latta Griswold
    1. Deering of Deal, or The Spirit of the School by Latta Griswold
    2. Stella Maris by William J. Locke
    3. Pilgrims of the Plains by Kate Adele Aplington
    4. The Story of Stephen Compton by John Edward Patterson
    5. Poor, Dear Margaret Kirby by Kathleen Norris
    The Nation, April 17, 1913, pp. 389-390
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    The Technique of Conversation and Some Recent Fiction (7 Reviews)
    Stella Maris, by William J. Locke
    1. Stella Maris by William J. Locke
    2. An Affair of State by J.C. Snaith
    3. The Judgment House by Gilbert Parker
    4. The Mating of Lydia by Mrs. Humphry Ward
    5. The Penalty by Gouverneur Morris
    6. The Adventures of Miss Gregory by Perceval Gibbon
    7. Lore of Proserpine by Maurice Hewlett
    The Bookman, June 1913, pp. 438-444
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    Books of the Day (8 Reviews)
    Lore of Proserpine, by Maurice Hewlett
    1. Lore of Proserpine by Maurice Hewlett
    2. Stella Maris by William J. Locke
    3. The Lady and Pirate by E. Sylvia Pankhurst
    4. The Abysmal Brute by Jack London
    5. The Old Adam by Arnold Bennett
    6. V. V.'s Eyes by Henry Sydnor Harrison
    7. Sylvia by Upton Sinclair
    8. Martha By-the-Day by Julie M. Lippmann
    McClure's Magazine, October 1913, pp. 189-195
  4. Reviews of the New Books
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    Novels of the Season (9 Reviews)
    Stella Maris, by William J. Locke
    1. Stella Maris by William J. Locke
    2. The Mating of Lydia by Mrs. Humphry Ward
    3. The Sixty-First Second by Owen Johnson
    4. Pollyanna by Eleanor H. Porter
    5. Uncharted Seas by Robert Adger Bowen
    6. The Nest by Anne Douglas Sedgwick
    7. Pinerty of the Sand-House by Charles D. Stewart
    8. Stephen March's Way by Henry Herbert Knibbs
    9. The Maxwell Mystery by Carolyn Wells
    The Literary Digest, April 19, 1913, pp. 898-901
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    A Book a Week (19 Reviews)
    Stella Maris, by William J. Locke
    1. Stella Maris by William J. Locke
    2. The Sixty-First Second by Owen Johnson
    3. The Weaker Vessel by E.F. Benson
    4. Veiled Women by Marmaduke Pickthall
    5. American Nobility by Pierre de Coulevain
    6. Pete Crowther, Salesman by Elmer E. Ferris
    7. The Flirt by Booth Tarkington
    8. Pinerty of the Sand-House by Charles D. Stewart
    9. English Literature, 1880-1905 by J.M. Kennedy
    10. Dante and the Mystics by Edmund G. Gardner
    11. Old Homes of New Americans by Francis E. Clark
    12. Success in Business by William Ganson Rose
    13. The New International Year Book for 1911 by Frank Moore Colby and Allen Leon Churchill
    14. Dawn in Darkest Africa by John H. Harris
    15. In the Shadow of the Bush by P. Amaury Talbot
    16. Rahel Varnhagen by Ellen Karolina Sofia Key
    17. The Story of the Renaissance by William Henry Hudson
    18. The Engravings of William Blake by Archibald G.B. Russell
    19. Poems of Christina Rossetti by Charles Bell Burke and Christina Georgina Rossetti, ...
    The Outlook, April 5, 1913, pp. 778-780