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Charlotte Perkins Gilman • 44 Items / 15 Books, 20 Articles, 1 Review, 6 Poems
Human Work (1904)
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    Books Old and New: Books and the Hour (13 Reviews)
    The Life of Robert Browning, by Edward Dowden
    1. The Life of Robert Browning by Edward Dowden
    2. Rossetti by Arthur C. Benson
    3. William Butler Yeats and the Irish Literary Revival by Horatio Sheafe Krans
    4. Whittier-Land: A Handbook of North Essex by Samuel T. Pickard
    5. Juniper Hall by Constance Hill
    6. English Literature and Society in the Eighteenth Century by Leslie Stephen
    7. Hortus Vitae by Vernon Lee
    8. The Double Garden by Maurice Maeterlinck
    9. By the Fireside by Charles Wagner
    10. Work by Hugh Black
    11. Human Work by Charlotte Perkins Gilman
    12. Mankind in the Making by H.G. Wells
    13. The Neighbor by Nathaniel S. Shaler
    The Atlantic Monthly, August 1904, pp. 269-275
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    Significant Books on Politics and Economics (17 Reviews)
    The Declaration of Independence, by Herbert Friedenwald
    1. The Declaration of Independence by Herbert Friedenwald
    2. The English People by Emile G. Boutmy
    3. Party Organization and Machinery by Jesse Macy
    4. Presidential Problems by Grover Cleveland
    5. The Monroe Doctrine by Thomas B. Edgington
    6. City Government in the United States by Frank J. Goodnow
    7. The American City: A Problem in Democracy by Delos F. Wilcox
    8. The Anthracite Coal Communities by Peter Roberts
    9. Poverty by Robert Hunter
    10. The Principles of Relief by Edward T. Devine
    11. Modern Methods of Charity by Charles Richmond Henderson
    12. The Theory of Business Enterprise by Thorstein Veblen
    13. Human Work by Charlotte Perkins Gilman
    14. Trusts of To-Day by Gilbert Holland Montague
    15. The Truth About the Trusts by John Moody
    16. Facts and Figures by Edward Atkinson
    17. The Principles of Economics by Frank A. Fetter
    The Atlantic Monthly, April 1905, pp. 549-563
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    Books of the Week (28 Reviews)
    Addresses and Presidential Messages of Theodore Roosevelt, 1902-1904, by Theodore Roose...
    1. Addresses and Presidential Messages of Theodore Roosevelt, 1902-1904 by Theodore Roosevelt
    2. The Book of Genesis by S.R. Driver
    3. Bruvver Jim's Baby by Philip Verrill Mighels
    4. By Snare of Love by Arthur W. Marchmont
    5. Christianity Between Sundays by George Hodges
    6. Cynthia's Rebellion by A.E. Thomas
    7. A Dictionary of Names, Nicknames and Surnames of Persons, Places and Things by Edward Latham
    8. Essays for the Day by Theodore T. Munger
    9. Felice Constant; or, The Master Passion by William C. Sprague
    10. A Guide to the Birds of New England and Eastern New York by Ralph Hoffmann
    11. Human Work by Charlotte Perkins Gilman
    12. In the Dwellings of the Wilderness by C. Bryson Taylor
    13. Japan: As Seen and Described by Famous Writers by Esther Singleton
    14. Japan: Its History, Arts and Literature by Frank Brinkley
    15. Japan To-Day by James A.B. Scherer
    16. The Journey of Coronado, 1540-1542 by George Parker Winship and Pedro de Castaneda de Najera, ...
    17. Mankind in the Making by H.G. Wells
    18. The Micmac by S. Carleton
    19. The Mystic Mid-Region by Arthur J. Burdick
    20. Old Time Aldwych by Charles Gordon#3
    21. Pamela Congreve by Frances Aymar Mathews
    22. Parsifal: The Guileless Fool by Howard Duffield
    23. The Simple Home by Charles A. Keeler
    24. The Singular Miss Smith by Florence Morse Kingsley
    25. Sport and Travel in the Northland of Canada by David T. Hanbury
    26. Slav or Saxon by William Dudley Foulke
    27. Self-Help by Samuel Smiles and Ralph Lytton Bower
    28. The Woman with the Fan by Robert Hichens
    The Outlook, May 28, 1904, pp. 237-252