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I. Compton-Burnett Archives
I. Compton-Burnett • 17 Books
Two Worlds and Their Ways (1949)
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Published Reviews
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    A Comedy of Truths (Review)
    Two Worlds and Their Ways, by I. Compton-Burnett
    1. Two Worlds and Their Ways by I. Compton-Burnett
    The Nation, July 2, 1949, p. 15
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    The Tyrants (Review)
    Two Worlds and Their Ways, by I. Compton-Burnett
    1. Two Worlds and Their Ways by I. Compton-Burnett
    The New Republic, June 13, 1949, p. 18
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    School and Home (Review)
    Two Worlds and Their Ways, by I. Compton-Burnett
    1. Two Worlds and Their Ways by I. Compton-Burnett
    The Saturday Review, June 4, 1949, p. 11
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    Ubiquitous Oblique (2 Reviews)
    The Body, by William Sansom
    1. The Body by William Sansom
    2. Two Worlds and Their Ways by I. Compton-Burnett
    The Partisan Review, September 1949, pp. 950-951
  5. The Revolving Bookstand
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    The Contemporary Feminine (4 Reviews)
    Two Worlds and Their Ways, by I. Compton-Burnett
    1. Two Worlds and Their Ways by I. Compton-Burnett
    2. The Golden Apples by Eudora Welty
    3. The Heat of the Day by Elizabeth Bowen
    4. The Christmas Tree by Isabel Bolton
    The American Scholar, Winter 1950, pp. 110-130
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    Atlantic Bookshelf (8 Reviews)
    Reader's Choice
    1. Dickens: His Character, Comedy, and Career by Hesketh Pearson
    2. The Journals of Andre Gide, Vol. III: 1928-1939 by Justin O'Brien and Andre Gide
    3. Dostoevsky by Andre Gide
    4. Oscar Wilde by Andre Gide
    5. If Russia Strikes--- by George Fielding Eliot
    6. Must We Hide? by Ralph E. Lapp
    7. Two Worlds and Their Ways by I. Compton-Burnett
    8. The Melodramatists by Howard Nemerov
    The Atlantic Monthly, June 1949, pp. 84-89
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    New Books (10 Reviews)
    A Poet on Culture---and Who Reads What
    1. Notes Towards the Definition of Culture by T.S. Eliot
    2. The Journals of Andre Gide, Vol. III: 1928-1939 by Justin O'Brien and Andre Gide
    3. Jean Barois by Roger Martin du Gard
    4. Sixteen Self-Sketches by Bernard Shaw
    5. Parnell to Pearse by John Joseph Horgan
    6. Poetry and Truth, From My Own Life by Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe and R.O. Moon
    7. Two Worlds and Their Ways by I. Compton-Burnett
    8. Buried for Pleasure by Edmund Crispin
    9. Walk the Dark Streets by William Krasner
    10. The Italian Madrigal by Alfred Einstein
    The Harpers Monthly, July 1949, pp. 103-107