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Ruth Suckow Archives
Ruth Suckow • 52 Items / 12 Books, 33 Articles, 7 Reviews
The Bonney Family (1928)
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Published Reviews
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    Fiction Notes (Review)
    The Bonney Family, by Ruth Suckow
    1. The Bonney Family by Ruth Suckow
    The Bookman, April 1928
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    "The Bonney Family" (Review)
    The Bonney Family, by Ruth Suckow
    1. The Bonney Family by Ruth Suckow
    The New Republic, March 7, 1928, pp. 106-107
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    A Painter of Iowa (Review)
    The Bonney Family, by Ruth Suckow
    1. The Bonney Family by Ruth Suckow
    The Saturday Review, March 10, 1928, p. 666
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    Fiction (6 Reviews)
    A Man of Learning, by Nelson Antrim Crawford
    1. A Man of Learning by Nelson Antrim Crawford
    2. Men Without Women by Ernest Hemingway
    3. The Bonney Family by Ruth Suckow
    4. The Bridge of San Luis Rey by Thornton Wilder
    5. Stuffed Peacocks by Emily Clark
    6. An Artist in the Family by Sarah Gertrude Millin
    The American Mercury, May 1928, p. 127
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    Books in Brief (6 Reviews)
    The Unknown Barnum, by Harvey W. Root
    1. The Unknown Barnum by Harvey W. Root
    2. Gallant Ladies by Cameron Rogers
    3. In the Service of the King by Aimee Semple McPherson
    4. Red Rust by Cornelia James Cannon
    5. The Bonney Family by Ruth Suckow
    6. The Story of Everest by John B.L. Noel
    The Nation, March 7, 1928, p. 274
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    Midwinter Fiction (8 Reviews)
    Wintersmoon, by Hugh Walpole
    1. Wintersmoon by Hugh Walpole
    2. The Way Things Are by E.M. Delafield
    3. The Wayward Man by St. John G. Ervine
    4. Shaken by the Wind by Ray Strachey
    5. The Bonney Family by Ruth Suckow
    6. A Man of Learning by Nelson Antrim Crawford
    7. The Axe by Sigrid Undset
    8. The Unlatched Door by Marie Cher
    The Outlook, March 7, 1928, pp. 396-400