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    New Books: A Reader's List (12 Reviews)
    The Complete Short Stories of Saki, by Christopher Morley and Saki
    1. The Complete Short Stories of Saki by Christopher Morley and Saki
    2. General Manpower by John Stuart Martin
    3. Women and the Revolution by Ethel Mannin
    4. The Philippine Problem by William Hart Anderson
    5. America Begins Again by Katherine Glover
    6. Rats in the Larder by Joachim Joesten
    7. Yearbook of Swing by Paul Eduard Miller
    8. Beer for the Kitten by Hester Pine
    9. The Story of a Lake by Negley Farson
    10. Troubled Star by John August
    11. Lincoln's Doctor's Dog by George Cooper Stevens
    12. The Old Century, and Seven More Years by Siegfried Sassoon
    The New Republic, March 1, 1939, pp. 111-112
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    The Check List (16 Reviews)
    1. Survey After Munich by Graham Hutton
    2. Lincoln's Doctor's Dog by George Cooper Stevens
    3. Mein Kampf by Adolf Hitler
    4. The Literature of the Rocky Mountain West, 1803-1903 by Levette J. Davidson and Prudence Bostwick
    5. Europe on the Eve by Frederick L. Schuman
    6. A Poet and Two Painters by Knud Merrild
    7. The Strange Death of Adolf Hitler by Maximilian Baur
    8. The English Revolution, 1688-1689 by George Macaulay Trevelyan
    9. America at War, 1917-1918 by Frederic L. Paxson
    10. America Faces a Complete Breakdown of Government and Business by William J. Baxter
    11. The Man Who Killed Lincoln by Philip Van Doren Stern
    12. The Rise of New York Port, 1815-1860 by Robert Greenhalgh Albion and Jennie Barnes Pope, ...
    13. Inns and Outs by Julius Keller
    14. The Presidency, the Supreme Court and Seven Senators by William Henry Murray
    15. Etchings of New York City by Anton Schutz
    16. Democracy and the Curriculum by Harold Rugg
    The American Mercury, May 1939, pp. 118-119