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Charles Norris Williamson • 41 Items / 30 Books, 11 Articles
The Golden Silence (1911)
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    Current Fiction (4 Reviews)
    The Job Secretary, by Mrs. Wilfrid Ward
    1. The Job Secretary by Mrs. Wilfrid Ward
    2. The Golden Silence by C.N. Williamson and A.M. Williamson
    3. The Unknown God by B.L. Putnam Weale
    4. A Kingdom of Dreams by J.J. Bell
    The Nation, July 6, 1911, p. 13
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    Seeking a Path and Some Recent Books (7 Reviews)
    Brazenhead the Great, by Maurice Hewlett
    1. Brazenhead the Great by Maurice Hewlett
    2. The Claw by Cynthia Stockley
    3. The Golden Silence by C.N. Williamson and A.M. Williamson
    4. A Spirit of Mirth by Peggy Webling
    5. The Shadow of Love by Marcelle Tinayre
    6. The Coward of Thermopylae by Caroline Dale Snedeker
    7. The Visioning by Susan Glaspell
    The Bookman, June 1911, pp. 414-420
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    Books Talked About (13 Reviews)
    The Amazing Adventures of Letitia Carberry, by Mary Roberts Rinehart
    1. The Amazing Adventures of Letitia Carberry by Mary Roberts Rinehart
    2. Where Half the World Is Waking Up by Clarence Hamilton Poe
    3. The Golden Silence by C.N. Williamson and A.M. Williamson
    4. Martin Luther: The Man and His Work by Arthur Cushman McGiffert
    5. The Grip of Fear by Maurice Level
    6. Joan of the Tower by Warwick Deeping
    7. A Likely Story by William De Morgan
    8. Panama: The Canal, the Country and the People by Albert Edwards
    9. The Unofficial Honeymoon by Dolf Wyllarde
    10. The Sick-a-Bed Lady by Eleanor Hallowell Abbott
    11. Vagabond Journeys by Percival Pollard
    12. South Sea Tales by Jack London
    13. Hard Labor, and Other Poems by John Carter
    McClure's Magazine, March 1912, pp. 601-602