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William Attaway Archives
William Attaway • 2 Books
Let Me Breathe Thunder (1939)
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Published Reviews
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    First Novel (Review)
    Let Me Breathe Thunder, by William Attaway
    1. Let Me Breathe Thunder by William Attaway
    The New Masses, July 18, 1939, p. 26
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    New Books: A Reader's List (4 Reviews)
    Fiction
    1. Retreat from Oblivion by David Goodis
    2. Authors in Paradise by Alan Griffiths
    3. Let Me Breathe Thunder by William Attaway
    4. April Was When It Began by Barry Benefield
    The New Republic, August 30, 1939, p. 112
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    The New Books (7 Reviews)
    The Privilege of Age, by Vida Scudder
    1. The Privilege of Age by Vida Scudder
    2. Let Me Breathe Thunder by William Attaway
    3. A Son of the Sea by Sara Ware Bassett
    4. Not All Your Laughter by Sally Gibbs
    5. World Economy in Transition by Eugene Staley
    6. Seven Grass Huts by Cecile Hulse Matschat
    7. Romance of the National Parks by Harlean James
    The Saturday Review, July 1, 1939, pp. 20-22
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    Check List (13 Reviews)
    Fiction
    1. The Open Sky by L.A.G. Strong
    2. The Gladiators by Arthur Koestler
    3. Pride and Passion: Robert Burns, 1759-1796 by J. De Lancey Ferguson
    4. Sardinian Brigade by Emilio Lussu
    5. The Day of the Locust by Nathanael West
    6. Let Me Breathe Thunder by William Attaway
    7. The Horse that Could Whistle Dixie, and Other Stories by Jerome Weidman
    8. In Polish Woods by Joseph Opatoshu
    9. A Book of Miracles by Ben Hecht
    10. Fifty Best American Short Stories, 1915-1939 by Edward J. O'Brien
    11. The Best Short Stories, 1939 by Edward J. O'Brien
    12. Thirteen O'Clock by Stephen Vincent Benet
    13. Forever Wilt Thou Love by Ludwig Lewisohn
    The American Mercury, August 1939