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Grant Showerman • 37 Items / 10 Books, 21 Articles, 6 Reviews
A Country Chronicle (1916)
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Published Reviews
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    O Small Boy! (Review)
    A Country Chronicle, by Grant Showerman
    1. A Country Chronicle by Grant Showerman
    The New Republic, November 18, 1916, p. 10
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    Some Stories of the Month (8 Reviews)
    Watermeads, by Archibald Marshall
    1. Watermeads by Archibald Marshall
    2. Rodmoor by John Cowper Powys
    3. Lady Connie by Mrs. Humphry Ward
    4. Slaves of Freedom by Coningsby Dawson
    5. The Trufflers by Samuel Merwin
    6. Windy McPherson's Son by Sherwood Anderson
    7. Our Natupski Neighbors by Edith Miniter
    8. A Country Chronicle by Grant Showerman
    The Bookman, December 1916, pp. 389-394
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    Some Outstanding Novels of the Year (21 Reviews)
    The Leatherwood God, by William Dean Howells
    1. The Leatherwood God by William Dean Howells
    2. A Country Chronicle by Grant Showerman
    3. Our Natupski Neighbors by Edith Miniter
    4. Witte Arrives by Elias Tobenkin
    5. Windy McPherson's Son by Sherwood Anderson
    6. Casuals of the Sea by William McFee
    7. Fondie by Edward Charles Booth
    8. The Trufflers by Samuel Merwin
    9. The Rising Tide by Margaret Deland
    10. The Lion's Share by Arnold Bennett
    11. Love and Lucy by Maurice Hewlett
    12. Hatchways by Ethel Sidgwick
    13. Watermeads by Archibald Marshall
    14. Lady Connie by Mrs. Humphry Ward
    15. The Romance of the Martin Connor by Oswald Kendall
    16. Filling His Own Shoes by Henry C. Rowland
    17. Rainbow's End by Rex Beach
    18. The Leopard Woman by Stewart Edward White
    19. The Green Alleys by Eden Phillpotts
    20. The Dark Forest by Hugh Walpole
    21. Mr. Britling Sees It Through by H.G. Wells
    The Nation, November 30, 1916, pp. 507-508