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  1. China's Crucifixion (1928)
    2 Reviews, 2 Readable
  2. The Coming Struggle in Eastern Asia (1908)
    2 Reviews
  3. The Conflict of Colour (1910)
    Threatened Upheaval Throughout the World
    3 Reviews, 1 Readable
  4. The Eternal Priestess (1914)
    1 Review, 1 Readable
  5. The Fight for the Republic in China (1917)
    2 Reviews, 1 Readable
  6. The Forbidden Boundary and Other Stories (1908)
    1 Review
  7. Her Closed Hands (1927)
    1 Review, 1 Readable
  8. The Human Cobweb (1909)
    A Romance of Peking
    2 Reviews, 1 Readable
  9. An Indiscreet Chronicle from the Pacific (1922)
    3 Reviews
  10. Indiscreet Letters from Peking (1907)
    Being the Notes of an Eyewitness, Which Set Forth in Some Detail, from Day to...
    2 Reviews, 1 Readable
  11. Manchu and Muscovite (1904)
    Being Letters from Manchuria Written During the Autumn of 1903
    4 Reviews, 3 Readable
  12. The Re-Shaping of the Far East (1905)
    24 Chapters, 608pp - 3 Reviews, 2 Readable
  13. The Romance of a Few Days (1913)
  14. The Story of the Twenty-One Demands
    The Living Age, June 2, 1923, pp. 523-527
  15. The Truce in the East and Its Aftermath (1907)
    Being the Sequel to 'the Re-Shaping of the Far East'
    2 Reviews
  16. The Truth About China and Japan (1919)
    1 Review, 1 Readable
  17. The Unknown God (1911)
    3 Reviews, 2 Readable
  18. The Vanished Empire (1926)
    5 Reviews, 2 Readable
  19. Wang the Ninth (1920)
    The Story of a Chinese Boy
    1 Review, 1 Readable
  20. What the American Fleet could do for China
    The North American Review, October 1908, pp. 481-494
  21. Why China Sees Red (1925)
    5 Reviews, 2 Readable
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