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Sister Mary Madeleva • 40 Items / 12 Books, 5 Articles, 1 Review, 22 Poems
Penelope, and Other Poems (1927)
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    In Brief Review (Review)
    Penelope, and Other Poems, by Sister M. Madeleva
    1. Penelope, and Other Poems by Sister M. Madeleva
    The Bookman, July 1927
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    A Nun's Poetry (Review)
    Penelope, and Other Poems, by Sister M. Madeleva
    1. Penelope, and Other Poems by Sister M. Madeleva
    The New Republic, August 3, 1927, p. 289
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    Briefer Mention (3 Reviews)
    Samuel Butler and His Family Relations, by Martha R. Garnett
    1. Samuel Butler and His Family Relations by Martha R. Garnett
    2. Penelope, and Other Poems by Sister M. Madeleva
    3. The Affair in Duplex 9B by William Johnston
    Commonweal, May 11, 1927, p. 26
  4. The Book Table
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    Poems, Obaque, Translucent, and Clear (15 Reviews)
    Returning to Emotion, by Maxwell Bodenheim
    1. Returning to Emotion by Maxwell Bodenheim
    2. The White Rooster, and Other Poems by George O'Neil
    3. Children of the Sun, and Other Poems by James Rorty
    4. Dew and Bronze by Robert P. Tristram Coffin
    5. God's Trombones by James Weldon Johnson
    6. Eve Walks in Her Garden by Louise Ayres Garnett
    7. Paintrock Road by Edwin Ford Piper
    8. Ballads of the Singing Bowl by Marjorie Allen Seiffert
    9. Penelope, and Other Poems by Sister M. Madeleva
    10. Astrolabe by S. Foster Damon
    11. Verses New and Old by John Galsworthy
    12. Everything and Anything by Dorothy Aldis
    13. Hanover Poems by Richmond A. Lattimore and A.K. Laing
    14. The Georgetown Anthology by Al. Philip Kane and James S. Ruby, Jr.
    15. The Bookman Anthology of Verse by John Chipman Farrar
    The Outlook, July 6, 1927, pp. 319-320