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The Ingenious Hidalgo: Miguel Cervantes (1927)
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  1. Books
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    The Summer Theatre (Review)
    The Ingenious Hidalgo: Miguel Cervantes, by Han Ryner
    1. The Ingenious Hidalgo: Miguel Cervantes by Han Ryner
    Commonweal, August 31, 1927, p. 401
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    Cervantes Souffle (Review)
    The Ingenious Hidalgo: Miguel Cervantes, by Han Ryner
    1. The Ingenious Hidalgo: Miguel Cervantes by Han Ryner
    The Forum, October 1927, p. 634
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    Toward a Revaluation (Review)
    The Ingenious Hidalgo: Miguel Cervantes, by Han Ryner
    1. The Ingenious Hidalgo: Miguel Cervantes by Han Ryner
    The Nation, July 6, 1927, p. 20
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    The New Books (Review)
    Belles Lettres
    1. The Ingenious Hidalgo: Miguel Cervantes by Han Ryner
    The Saturday Review, October 15, 1927, p. 219
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    Current Books (2 Reviews)
    Biography
    1. Memoirs of a Revolutionist by Vera Figner
    2. The Ingenious Hidalgo: Miguel Cervantes by Han Ryner
    The Outlook, July 13, 1927, p. 352
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    Check List of New Books (11 Reviews)
    Biography
    1. Jean Paul Marat: A Study in Radicalism by Louis R. Gottschalk
    2. Greater Than Napoleon: Scipio Africanus by B.H. Liddell Hart
    3. Young in the "Nineties" by Una Hunt
    4. American Masters of Social Science by Howard W. Odum
    5. Trumpets of Jubilee by Constance Mayfield Rourke
    6. The Prodigious Lover by Louis Barthou
    7. Liszt, Wagner, and the Princess by William Wallace
    8. The Memoirs of Baron N. Wrangel, 1847-1920 by Petr N. Wrangel
    9. Polonaise: The Life of Chopin by Guy de Pourtales
    10. Riata and Spurs by Charles A. Siringo
    11. The Ingenious Hidalgo: Miguel Cervantes by Han Ryner
    The American Mercury, July 1927