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Arthur W. Ryder • 9 Items / 8 Books, 1 Poem
The Panchatantra (1925)
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    The Pancharantra (Review)
    The Panchatantra, by Arthur W. Ryder
    1. The Panchatantra by Arthur W. Ryder
    The New Republic, January 6, 1926, p. 197
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    The World's Oldest Fables (2 Reviews)
    The Panchatantra, by Arthur W. Ryder
    1. The Panchatantra by Arthur W. Ryder
    2. Gold's Gloom by Arthur W. Ryder
    The Saturday Review, November 21, 1925, p. 313
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    The Editor Recommends--- (9 Reviews)
    The Life and Times of Laurence Sterne, by Wilbur L. Cross
    1. The Life and Times of Laurence Sterne by Wilbur L. Cross
    2. Possession by Louis Bromfield
    3. The Unknown Goddess by Humbert Wolfe
    4. Honey Out of the Rock by Babette Deutsch
    5. Poems by Irwin Edman
    6. Mr. Petre by Hilaire Belloc
    7. Monday Morning by Patrick Hamilton
    8. The Panchatantra by Arthur W. Ryder
    9. Porgy by DuBose Heyward
    The Bookman, November 1925, pp. 330-333
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    Check List of New Books (12 Reviews)
    Miscellaneous
    1. The Prince of Wales and Other Famous Americans by Miguel Covarrubias
    2. The Beginnings of History According to the Jews by Charles Prospero Fagnani
    3. The Platonism of Joachim du Bellay by Robert Valentine Merrill
    4. The Frightened Tree, and Other Stories by Veryl Broughton Tuttle
    5. Dai Nihon by Graham Martyr
    6. Real Puzzles by John Q. Boyer
    7. When the Movies Were Young by Linda A. Griffith
    8. California: All of It by Marshall Breeden
    9. Birth Control: Facts and Responsibilities by Adolf Meyer
    10. The Panchatantra by Arthur W. Ryder
    11. Psyche by Erwin Rohde
    12. Old Testament Heroes by Abram Lipsky
    The American Mercury, February 1926