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    Olive Latham (Review)
    Olive Latham, by E.L. Voynich
    1. Olive Latham by E.L. Voynich
    The Bookman (U.K.), August 1904, p. 175
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    A Morbid Study (Review)
    Olive Latham, by E.L. Voynich
    1. Olive Latham by E.L. Voynich
    The Literary Digest, August 20, 1904, p. 240
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    Books Old and New: "The Plague of Novels" (3 Reviews)
    The Queen's Quair, by Maurice Hewlett
    1. The Queen's Quair by Maurice Hewlett
    2. Olive Latham by E.L. Voynich
    3. The Crossing by Winston Churchill
    The Atlantic Monthly, November 1904, pp. 703-707
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    The Trick of the Familiar and Some Recent Novels (7 Reviews)
    The Queen's Quair, by Maurice Hewlett
    1. The Queen's Quair by Maurice Hewlett
    2. The Castle of Twilight by Margaret Horton Potter
    3. The Flame-Gatherers by Margaret Horton Potter
    4. Olive Latham by E.L. Voynich
    5. The Seiners by James B. Connolly
    6. The Cost by David Graham Phillips
    7. The Folly of Others by Neith Boyce
    The Bookman, July 1904, pp. 495-501
  5. Books and Authors
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    The Best Recent Novels (14 Reviews)
    The Queen's Quair, by Maurice Hewlett
    1. The Queen's Quair by Maurice Hewlett
    2. The Test by Mary Tappan Wright
    3. Olive Latham by E.L. Voynich
    4. The Adventures of Elizabeth in Rugen by Elizabeth von Arnim
    5. The Descent of Man, and Other Stories by Edith Wharton
    6. Tomaso's Fortune, and Other Stories by Henry Seton Merriman
    7. The Day Before Yesterday by Sara Andrew Shafer
    8. The Court of Sacharissa by Hugh Sheringham and Nevill Meakin
    9. The Story of King Sylvain and Queen Aimee by Margaret Sherwood
    10. The Open Question by Elizabeth Robins
    11. Romance by Joseph Conrad and F.M. Hueffer
    12. The Flame-Gatherers by Margaret Horton Potter
    13. Dorothea by Maarten Maartens
    14. The Silent Places by Stewart Edward White
    The Outlook, June 18, 1904, pp. 421-425
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    Significant Tendencies in Current Fiction (27 Reviews)
    The Little Vanities of Mrs. Whittaker, by John Strange Winter
    1. The Little Vanities of Mrs. Whittaker by John Strange Winter
    2. Christmas Eve on Lonesome, "Hell-fer-Sartain", and Other Stories by John Fox, Jr.
    3. In Search of the Unknown by Robert W. Chambers
    4. Little Citizens by Myra Kelly
    5. The House of Fulfilment by George Madden Martin
    6. The Law of the Land by Emerson Hough
    7. The Undercurrent by Robert Grant
    8. Paths of Judgment by Anne Douglas Sedgwick
    9. The Common Lot by Robert Herrick
    10. The President by Henry Alfred Lewis
    11. Old Gorgon Graham by George Horace Lorimer
    12. The Veil of the Temple by William Hurrell Mallock
    13. Whosoever Shall Offend by F. Marion Crawford
    14. The Golden Bowl by Henry James
    15. The Truants by A.E.W. Mason
    16. The Reaper by Edith Rickert
    17. The Masquerader by Katherine Cecil Thurston
    18. Olive Latham by E.L. Voynich
    19. Baccarat by Frank Daney
    20. Sabrina Warham by Laurence Housman
    21. Rachel Marr by Morley Roberts
    22. Double Harness by Anthony Hope
    23. Traffics and Discoveries by Rudyard Kipling
    24. The Garden of Allah by Robert Hichens
    25. The Gray World by Evelyn Underhill
    26. Broke of Covenden by J.C. Snaith
    27. The Divine Fire by May Sinclair
    The Atlantic Monthly, May 1905, pp. 689-700