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Henry C. Bainbridge • 1 Book
Twice Seven (1934)
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    Himself (Review)
    Twice Seven, by Henry C. Bainbridge
    1. Twice Seven by Henry C. Bainbridge
    Commonweal, March 30, 1934, p. 615
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    Remembrance of Things Past (7 Reviews)
    Four Score Years and Ten, by Sir Bindon Blood
    1. Four Score Years and Ten by Sir Bindon Blood
    2. For My Grandson by Frederick Pollock
    3. A Great Lady's Friendships by Lady Burghclere
    4. Time Remembered by Frances Horner
    5. Sunshine and Shadows Over a Long Life by Mary Lindsay Meynell
    6. Twice Seven by Henry C. Bainbridge
    7. Female Pipings in Eden by Ethel Smyth
    The Bookman (U.K.), January 1934, pp. 406-407
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    The Book Parade (20 Reviews)
    The New Dealers, by John F. Carter
    1. The New Dealers by John F. Carter
    2. Rebel America by Lillian Symes and Travers Clement
    3. Nazism: An Assault on Civilization by Pierre Van Paassen and James W. Wise
    4. Twice Seven by Henry C. Bainbridge
    5. Windows on Henry Street by Lillian D. Wald
    6. The Oppermanns by Lion Feuchtwanger
    7. Moscow, 1911-1933 by Allan Monkhouse
    8. Thomas A. Edison by Mary Childs Nerney
    9. Smirt by James Branch Cabell
    10. Parched Earth by Arnold B. Armstrong
    11. Private Worlds by Phyllis Bottome
    12. The Wife by Helen Grace Carlisle
    13. So Stood I by Jane Culver
    14. Breakfast in Bed by Sylvia Thompson
    15. The Nine Tailors by Dorothy L. Sayers
    16. Geoffrey Chaucer by John Livingston Lowes
    17. Bloody Mary's by Geoffrey Dennis
    18. I Was a German by Ernst Toller
    19. Samuel Pepys: The Man in the Making, 1633-1669 by Arthur Bryant
    20. Men Against the Sea by Charles Nordhoff and James Norman Hall
    The Forum, April 1934