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I Swear by Apollo (1938)
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    Tall Tales (Review)
    I Swear by Apollo, by William E. Aughinbaugh
    1. I Swear by Apollo by William E. Aughinbaugh
    The Saturday Review, August 27, 1938, p. 6
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    New Books: A Reader's List (11 Reviews)
    I Swear by Apollo, by William E. Aughinbaugh
    1. I Swear by Apollo by William E. Aughinbaugh
    2. Secret Agent of Japan by Amleto Vespa
    3. This Man La Guardia by Lowell M. Limpus and Burr W. Leyson
    4. Bidden to the Feast by Jack Jones
    5. All This, and Heaven Too by Rachel Field
    6. The Best British Short Stories of 1938 by Edward J. O'Brien
    7. Twilight in Vienna by Willi Frischauer
    8. Five O'Clock Whistle by Ramona Herdman
    9. Black is My True Love's Hair by Elizabeth Madox Roberts
    10. The King Was in His Counting House by James Branch Cabell
    11. Dreams of Youth by Philip Freund
    The New Republic, November 2, 1938, pp. 371-372
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    The Check List (45 Reviews)
    Miscellaneous
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    2. Dictatorship in the Modern World by Guy Stanton Ford
    3. Bombs Bursting in Air by George Fielding Eliot
    4. Wheat and Soldiers by Ashihei Hino
    5. Moses and Monotheism by Sigmund Freud
    6. Black Folk: Then and Now by W.E. Burghardt Du Bois
    7. Reorganization of the National Government by Lewis Meriam and Laurence F. Schmeckebier
    8. Seven Grass Huts by Cecile Hulse Matschat
    9. Indian Oasis by Janette Woodruff and Cecil Dryden
    10. Negro Education in Alabama by Horace Mann Bond
    11. The Development of Political Theory by Otto F. von Gierke
    12. Armies of Spies by Joseph Gollomb
    13. No Compromise by Melvin M. Rader
    14. Europe on the Eve by Frederick L. Schuman
    15. Wind, Sand and Stars by Antoine de Saint-Exupery
    16. Security: Can We Retrieve It? by Arthur Salter
    17. The End of Economic Man by Peter F. Drucker
    18. War in Our Time by Hans Speier and Alfred Kahler
    19. Night Over England by Eugene Lohrke and Arline Lohrke
    20. The World Over: 1938 by Joseph Hilton Smyth and Charles Angoff
    21. Sweden: A Modern Democracy on Ancient Foundations by Nils Herlitz
    22. Democracy and Socialism by Arthur Rosenberg
    23. Society in Transition by Harry Elmer Barnes
    24. My Heart's in the Highlands by William Saroyan
    25. Maule's Curse by Yvor Winters
    26. Huntsman, What Quarry? by Edna St. Vincent Millay
    27. Corn by Paul Engle
    28. Planets, Stars, and Atoms by George Edwin Frost
    29. A History of Science, Technology and Philosophy in the Eighteenth Century by Abraham Wolf
    30. Men Can Take It by Elizabeth Hawes
    31. Goodbye to Berlin by Christopher Isherwood
    32. Alexander of Yugoslavia by Stephen Graham
    33. Connecticut: Past and Present by Odell Shepard
    34. Blood is Cheaper Than Water by Quincy Howe
    35. With Malice Toward All by Irving D. Tressler
    36. Secret Agents Against America by Richard Wilmer Rowan
    37. Three Americanists by Randolph G. Adams
    38. Satanism and Witchcraft by Jules Michelet
    39. Penthouse of the Gods by Theos Bernard
    40. I Swear by Apollo by William E. Aughinbaugh
    41. African Notebook by Albert Schweitzer
    42. Propaganda for War by Horace Cornelius Peterson
    43. Medicine at the Crossroads by Bertram M. Bernheim
    44. The Gardener's Almanac by Edward I. Farrington
    45. Marcy and the Gold Seekers by Grant Foreman
    The American Mercury, August 1939, pp. 495-499