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Algernon Blackwood • 45 Items / 29 Books, 14 Articles
Tongues of Fire, and Other Sketches (1924)
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    Books in Brief (6 Reviews)
    The Black Soul, by Liam O'Flaherty
    1. The Black Soul by Liam O'Flaherty
    2. Mockbeggar by Laurence W. Meynell
    3. Tongues of Fire, and Other Sketches by Algernon Blackwood
    4. The Romance of New Russia by Magdeleine Marx
    5. Erasmus: In Praise of Folly by Horace Bridges and Desiderius Erasmus
    6. A Concise Etymological Dictionary of Modern English by Ernest Weekley
    The Nation, June 3, 1925, p. 634
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    The New Books (6 Reviews)
    1. Backfurrow by G.D. Eaton
    2. Reamer Lou by Louis Forgione
    3. Portuguese Silver by Charles Neville Buck
    4. Tongues of Fire, and Other Sketches by Algernon Blackwood
    5. Tumbleberry and Chick by William John Hopkins
    6. The Individualist by Philip Gibbs
    The Outlook, March 11, 1925, p. 382
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    Check List of New Books (7 Reviews)
    1. Selwood of Sleepy Cat by Frank H. Spearman
    2. The Western Shore by Clarkson Crane
    3. Angeline of the Hill Country by Cordia Greer-Petrie
    4. Mr. Collin Is Ruined by Frank Heller
    5. Tongues of Fire, and Other Sketches by Algernon Blackwood
    6. Old Hurricane by Julia A. Flisch
    7. The Bishop's Granddaughter by Robert Grant
    The American Mercury, May 1925
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    The New Books (15 Reviews)
    1. A Voice from the Dark by Eden Phillpotts
    2. His Wife-in-Law by Marie Conway Oemler
    3. Tumbleberry and Chick by William John Hopkins
    4. Cobweb Palace by Rosamund Nugent
    5. If Dreams Come True by Alice Ross Colver
    6. Life---and Erica by Gilbert Frankau
    7. Portuguese Silver by Charles Neville Buck
    8. Germinal by Emile Zola
    9. Tongues of Fire, and Other Sketches by Algernon Blackwood
    10. Frontier Law by William J. McConnell and Howard R. Driggs
    11. Egbert by William A. Darlington
    12. The Wife-Ship Woman by Hugh Pendexter
    13. The Judgment of Paris by Carleton Kemp Allen
    14. Pimpernel and Rosemary by Emmuska Baroness Orczy
    15. The Reckless Lady by Philip Gibbs
    The Saturday Review, March 14, 1925, pp. 601-603
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    The Bookman's Guide to Fiction (66 Reviews)
    The Green Hat, by Michael Arlen
    1. The Green Hat by Michael Arlen
    2. These Charming People by Michael Arlen
    3. Peacock Feathers by Temple Bailey
    4. To Babylon by Larry Barretto
    5. The Chaste Diana by E. Barrington
    6. The Divine Lady by E. Barrington
    7. The Seven Sleepers by Francis Beeding
    8. Stacey by Alexander Black
    9. Tongues of Fire, and Other Sketches by Algernon Blackwood
    10. Points of Honor by Thomas Boyd
    11. The Specimen Case by Ernest Bramah
    12. O'Malley of Shanganagh by Donn Byrne
    13. Thomas the Imposter by Jean Cocteau
    14. '49: A Novel of Gold by George W. Cronyn
    15. The Riddle of Three-Way Creek by Ridgwell Cullum
    16. A Gentleman of Courage by James Oliver Curwood
    17. The Keys of the City by Elmer H. Davis
    18. The Grand Inquisitor by Donald Douglas
    19. Backfurrow by G.D. Eaton
    20. The Loring Mystery by Jeffery Farnol
    21. So Big by Edna Ferber
    22. A Passage to India by E.M. Forster
    23. The Bronze Collar by John Frederick
    24. The White Monkey by John Galsworthy
    25. Gold by Gold by Herbert S. Gorman
    26. The Thundering Herd by Zane Grey
    27. Segelfoss Town by Knut Hamsun
    28. The Early Adventures of Peacham Grew by Roy A. Helton
    29. Trimblerigg by Laurence Housman
    30. Marie Grubbe by Jens Peter Jacobsen
    31. The Shadow Captain by Emilie Benson Knipe and Alden Arthur Knipe
    32. The Enchanted Hill by Peter B. Kyne
    33. He Was a Man by Rose Wilder Lane
    34. Wild Marriage by B.H. Lehman
    35. Rugged Water by Joseph C. Lincoln
    36. Orphan Island by Rose Macaulay
    37. Death in Venice, and Seven Other Stories by Thomas Mann
    38. The Black Cargo by John P. Marquand
    39. Challenged by Helen R. Martin
    40. The Painted Veil by W. Somerset Maugham
    41. The Mirror and the Lamp by William Babington Maxwell
    42. The Moment of Beauty by Samuel Merwin
    43. Mockbeggar by Laurence W. Meynell
    44. In a Shantung Garden by Louise Jordan Miln
    45. Prisoners by Ferenc Molnar
    46. My Name Is Legion by Charles Langbridge Morgan
    47. Cottonwood Gulch by Clarence E. Mulford
    48. Rose of the World by Kathleen Norris
    49. The Best Short Stories of 1924 by Edward J. O'Brien
    50. The Inevitable Millionaires by E. Phillips Oppenheim
    51. Running Special by Frank L. Packard
    52. Drag by William Dudley Pelley
    53. The Peasants by Ladislas Stanisaw Reymont
    54. Red of the Redfields by Grace S. Richmond
    55. Annette and Sylvie by Romain Rolland
    56. Lucienne by Jules Romains
    57. The Carolinian by Rafael Sabatini
    58. The Little French Girl by Anne Douglas Sedgwick
    59. The Rector of Wyck by May Sinclair
    60. The Unholy Experiment by Constance Smedley
    61. The Little Karoo by Pauline Smith
    62. The Matriarch by G.B. Stern
    63. God of Might by Elias Tobenkin
    64. Deep in the Hearts of Men by Mary E. Waller
    65. The Old Ladies by Hugh Walpole
    66. Beau Geste by Percival Christopher Wren
    The Bookman, May 1925, pp. 340-342