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Beverley Nichols • 34 Items / 23 Books, 11 Articles
Cry Havoc! (1933)
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Published Reviews
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    To Make Your Flesh Creep (Review)
    Cry Havoc!, by Beverley Nichols
    1. Cry Havoc! by Beverley Nichols
    The Nation, October 4, 1933, p. 388
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    Beverley Nichols's Pacific Manifesto (Review)
    Cry Havoc!, by Beverley Nichols
    1. Cry Havoc! by Beverley Nichols
    The Saturday Review, September 30, 1933, p. 142
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    Check List of New Books (3 Reviews)
    Public Questions
    1. Cry Havoc! by Beverley Nichols
    2. The Conquest of a Continent by Madison Grant
    3. Preachers Present Arms by Ray H. Abrams
    The American Mercury, January 1934
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    About Books and Their Authors (7 Reviews)
    Cry Havoc!, by Beverley Nichols
    1. Cry Havoc! by Beverley Nichols
    2. Wonder Hero by J.B. Priestley
    3. The Great Tradition by Granville Hicks
    4. Mandoa, Mandoa! by Winifred Holtby
    5. A Short History of the World's Shipping Industry by C. Ernest Fayle
    6. The Psalms of Krishna by Richard Carlyle
    7. Sidney and Beatrice Webb by Mary Agnes Hamilton
    The Literary Digest, September 23, 1933, p. 31
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    Book Notes (7 Reviews)
    The Romantic Agony, by Mario Praz
    1. The Romantic Agony by Mario Praz
    2. Gal Reporter by Joan Lowell
    3. Gray Wolf, Mustafa Kemal by Harold Courtenay Armstrong
    4. Cry Havoc! by Beverley Nichols
    5. Dollars and Sense by Irving Brant
    6. Incentives Under Capitalism and Socialism by Harry W. Laidler
    7. The Best Short Stories of 1933 by Edward J. O'Brien
    The New Republic, September 27, 1933, pp. 193-194
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    Some Recent Books on International Relations (13 Reviews)
    General: Political and Legal
    1. Peace and War by Guglielmo Ferrero
    2. The Science of Peace by FitzRoy R.S. Raglan
    3. The World Crisis and the Problem of Peace by Shrikrishna Dattatreya Chitale
    4. The World Since 1914 by Walter Consuelo Langsam
    5. British Year Book of International Law, 1933
    6. The Position of Foreign States Before National Courts, Chiefly in Europe by Eleanor Wyllys Allen
    7. The Interpretation of Treaties by Judicial Tribunals by Yi-Ting Chang
    8. The Termination of Multipartite Treaties by Harold J. Tobin
    9. Collection of the Diplomatic and Consular Laws and Regulations of Various Countries by A.H. Feller and Manley O. Hudson
    10. The League Year-Book, 1933 by Judith Jackson and Stephen King-Hall
    11. The League of Nations and the Recognition of States by Malbone W. Graham
    12. The Bloody Traffic by Fenner Brockway
    13. Cry Havoc! by Beverley Nichols
    Foreign Affairs, January 1934, pp. 339-340
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    Books in Brief (18 Reviews)
    Seeds of Revolt, by Mauritz A. Hallgren
    1. Seeds of Revolt by Mauritz A. Hallgren
    2. Cry Havoc! by Beverley Nichols
    3. The Autobiography of Alice B. Toklas by Gertrude Stein
    4. No Second Spring by Janet Beith
    5. Testament of Youth by Vera Brittain
    6. Mandoa, Mandoa! by Winifred Holtby
    7. The Black Boxer by H.E. Bates
    8. Lamb in His Bosom by Caroline Miller
    9. Footnote to Youth by Jose Garcia Villa
    10. No More Trumpets, and Other Stories by George Milburn
    11. Many Happy Returns by Richard Strachey
    12. To a God Unknown by John Steinbeck
    13. Cecil Rhodes by Sarah Gertrude Millin
    14. Requiem by A.E. Fisher
    15. Entertaining the Islanders by M. Struthers Burt
    16. Our Movie Made Children by Henry James Forman
    17. Congo Solo by Emily Hahn
    18. The Autobiography of a Liverpool Slummy by Pat O'Mara
    The Forum, October 1933