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Rosita Forbes • 17 Books
From Red Sea to Blue Nile (1925)
A Thousand Miles of Ethiopia
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    News of the Book World (3 Reviews)
    From Red Sea to Blue Nile, by Rosita Forbes
    1. From Red Sea to Blue Nile by Rosita Forbes
    2. Cradle of the Storms by Bernard R. Hubbard
    3. Mars, His Idiot by H.M. Tomlinson
    The Literary Digest, November 30, 1935, pp. 22-23
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    Brief Review (4 Reviews)
    The Last of Free Africa, by Gordon MacCreagh
    1. The Last of Free Africa by Gordon MacCreagh
    2. From Red Sea to Blue Nile by Rosita Forbes
    3. Burners of Men by Marcel Griaule
    4. Lawless Judges by Louis P. Goldberg and Eleanore Levenson
    The New Masses, February 11, 1936, p. 26
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    Some Recent Books on International Relations (7 Reviews)
    Africa
    1. The Juristic Status of Egypt and the Sudan by Vernon A. O'Rourke
    2. Ethiopia: A Pawn in European Diplomacy by Ernest Work
    3. Measuring Ethiopia and Flight Into Arabia by Carleton S. Coon
    4. Abyssinia on the Eve by Ladislas Farago
    5. The Real Abyssinia by Charles F. Rey
    6. Mussolini Over Africa by F.A. Ridley
    7. From Red Sea to Blue Nile by Rosita Forbes
    Foreign Affairs, January 1936, p. 366
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    Seeing the World (10 Reviews)
    Around the World, by Robert Frothingham
    1. Around the World by Robert Frothingham
    2. The "Teddy" Expedition by Kai R. Dahl
    3. A Tropical Tramp with the Tourists by Harry L. Foster
    4. In the Sun with a Passport by W.R.H. Trowbridge
    5. A Red Carpet on the Sahara by Edna Brush Perkins
    6. The Map That is Half Unrolled by E. Alexander Powell
    7. From Red Sea to Blue Nile by Rosita Forbes
    8. Through Khiva to Golden Samarkand by Ella Robertson Christie
    9. Temple Bells and Silver Sails by Elizabeth Crump Enders
    10. Yes, Lady Saheb! by Grace Thompson Seton
    The Saturday Review, December 12, 1925, p. 412