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Sarah N. Cleghorn • 67 Items / 7 Books, 18 Articles, 7 Reviews, 35 Poems
Threescore (1936)
The Autobiography of Sarah N. Cleghorn
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Published Reviews
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    Little Sister Francis (Review)
    Threescore, by Sarah N. Cleghorn
    1. Threescore by Sarah N. Cleghorn
    The Nation, April 22, 1936, p. 525
  2. Review and Comment
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    Sarah Cleghorn's Autobiography (Review)
    Threescore, by Sarah N. Cleghorn
    1. Threescore by Sarah N. Cleghorn
    The New Masses, October 6, 1936, p. 23
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    Inclusiveness (Review)
    Threescore, by Sarah N. Cleghorn
    1. Threescore by Sarah N. Cleghorn
    The New Republic, May 27, 1936, p. 81
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    The Library (6 Reviews)
    Praise of Ladies
    1. Mary Tudor by Beatrice White
    2. Patriotic Lady by Marjorie Bowen
    3. The Odyssey of a Loving Woman by Eleanor Oddie
    4. Rachel the Immortal by Bernard Falk
    5. The Turbulent Duchess by Baroness Orczy
    6. Threescore by Sarah N. Cleghorn
    The American Mercury, September 1936, pp. 108-111
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    The New Books (6 Reviews)
    Threescore, by Sarah N. Cleghorn
    1. Threescore by Sarah N. Cleghorn
    2. Christopher Columbus by H.H. Houben
    3. History of French Dramatic Literature in the Seventeenth Century, Part III by Henry Carrington Lancaster
    4. Children and Radio Programs by Azriel L. Eisenberg
    5. Adventures of a Russian Puppet Theatre by Nina I. Efimova
    6. Mirror of China by Louis Laloy
    The Saturday Review, July 25, 1936, p. 21
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    Briefly Noted (7 Reviews)
    General
    1. Soviet Communism: A New Civilization? by Sidney Webb and Beatrice Webb
    2. Threescore by Sarah N. Cleghorn
    3. The Brown Network by Anonymous
    4. Those Fatal Generals by E.V. Westrate
    5. Theory and Technique of Playwriting by John Howard Lawson
    6. Lenin by William Chapman White
    7. Crime's Nemesis by Luke S. May
    The New Yorker, March 28, 1936, pp. 70-71