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Charles Johnston • 86 Items / 14 Books, 64 Articles, 7 Reviews
Why the World Laughs (1912)
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    Other Books of the Season (12 Reviews)
    Chapters of Opera, by Henry Edward Krehbiel
    1. Chapters of Opera by Henry Edward Krehbiel
    2. Why the World Laughs by Charles Johnston
    3. The Road to Joy by Louise Collier Willcox
    4. The New Democracy by Walter E. Weyl
    5. The Old Nest by Rupert Hughes
    6. Miss John Bull by Yoshio Markino
    7. Saleswomen in Mercantile Stores by Elizabeth Beardsley Butler
    8. The Fool in Christ: Emanuel Quint by Gerhart Hauptmann
    9. Intellectual and Political Currents in the Far East by Paul S. Reinsch
    10. The Fairy-Faith in Celtic Countries by W.Y. Evans-Wentz
    11. Human Efficiency by Dresser W. Horatio
    12. Turkey and Its People by Edwin Pears
    The Literary Digest, April 20, 1912, pp. 824-833
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    The New Books (18 Reviews)
    Plays by August Strindberg, by August Strindberg
    1. Plays by August Strindberg by August Strindberg
    2. The Lonely Queen by H.C. Bailey
    3. Forgotten Books of the American Nursery by Rosalie V. Halsey
    4. Betty Moore's Journal by Mabel D. Carry
    5. The Mystery of the Boule Cabinet by Burton E. Stevenson
    6. Why the World Laughs by Charles Johnston
    7. Stover at Yale by Owen Johnson
    8. The Battle of Principles by Newell Dwight Hillis
    9. Neighborhood by Tickner Edwardes
    10. What is Judaism? by Abram S. Isaacs
    11. An Architect's Sketch Book by Robert Swain Peabody
    12. South America To-Day by Georges Clemenceau
    13. The Independence of Chile by A. Stuart Muir Chisholm
    14. A Motor Flight Through Algeria and Tunisia by Emma A. Burbank Ayer
    15. European Years: The Letters of an Idle Man by George Edward Woodberry
    16. Shakspere: A Critical Study of His Mind and Art by Edward Dowden
    17. The Comedy of Catherine the Great by Francis H. Gribble
    18. Africa of To-Day by Joseph K. Goodrich
    The Outlook, April 20, 1912, pp. 877-880