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D.S. Mirsky • 12 Items / 7 Books, 3 Articles, 1 Review, 1 Poem
Contemporary Russian Literature, 1881-1925 (1926)
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    The Play (Review)
    Contemporary Russian Literature, 1881-1925, by D.S. Mirsky
    1. Contemporary Russian Literature, 1881-1925 by D.S. Mirsky
    Commonweal, December 8, 1926, p. 137
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    Russian Literature (Review)
    Contemporary Russian Literature, 1881-1925, by D.S. Mirsky
    1. Contemporary Russian Literature, 1881-1925 by D.S. Mirsky
    The Saturday Review, September 4, 1926, p. 86
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    Short Cuts (8 Reviews)
    The Life and Letters of Thomas Jefferson, by Francis W. Hirst and Thomas Jefferson
    1. The Life and Letters of Thomas Jefferson by Francis W. Hirst and Thomas Jefferson
    2. The Rise of Modern Industry by J.L. Hammond and Barbara Hammond
    3. The Adventures of an Illustrator by Joseph Pennell
    4. The Saga of Billy the Kid by Walter Noble Burns
    5. The Diary of a Young Lady of Fashion in the Year 1764-1765 by Cleone Knox and Alexander Blacker Kerr
    6. All the Sad Young Men by F. Scott Fitzgerald
    7. Contemporary Russian Literature, 1881-1925 by D.S. Mirsky
    8. Essays in Biography, 1680-1726 by Bonamy Dobree
    The Century Magazine, May 1926, p. 128
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    Books in Brief (8 Reviews)
    The Art in Painting, by Albert C. Barnes
    1. The Art in Painting by Albert C. Barnes
    2. The Magnificent Idler by Cameron Rogers
    3. The Sacred Tree by Arthur Waley and Lady Murasaki
    4. The Romantic Theory of Poetry by A.E. Powell
    5. Contemporary Russian Literature, 1881-1925 by D.S. Mirsky
    6. The Romance of Design by Garnet Warren and Horace Bushnell Cheney
    7. Imperial Rome by Martin P. Nilsson
    8. Letters from William Blake to Thomas Butts by William Blake
    The Nation, August 25, 1926, p. 180