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Patrick Kavanagh • 26 Items / 12 Poems, 10 Books, 2 Articles, 1 Review, 1 Film
The Green Fool (1939)
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    Other Books of the Day (7 Reviews)
    The Vatican as a World Power, by Joseph Bernhart
    1. The Vatican as a World Power by Joseph Bernhart
    2. The Administrative Process by James M. Landis
    3. Seasoned Timber by Dorothy Canfield
    4. The Green Fool by Patrick Kavanagh
    5. Call My Brother Back by Michael McLaverty
    6. Amateurs in Arms by F.J. Joseph
    7. My Day in Court by Arthur Train
    Commonweal, March 17, 1939, pp. 583-586
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    New Books: A Reader's List (8 Reviews)
    Seventy Years Young, by Elizabeth Fingall and Pamela Hinkson
    1. Seventy Years Young by Elizabeth Fingall and Pamela Hinkson
    2. Inn of that Journey by Emerson Price
    3. The Green Fool by Patrick Kavanagh
    4. Snow-Water by Dorothy Gardiner
    5. Practical Birth-Control Methods by Norman E. Himes and Abraham Stone
    6. Rococo by A.E. Grantham
    7. Sunday Is the Day You Rest by John Upton Terrell
    8. The Platinum Tower by Jerome Bahr
    The New Republic, March 8, 1939, pp. 147-148
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    The New Books (11 Reviews)
    Spanish Prisoner, by Peter Elstob
    1. Spanish Prisoner by Peter Elstob
    2. The Green Fool by Patrick Kavanagh
    3. The Journals of Kierkegaard by Alexander Dru and Soren Kierkegaard
    4. Supercargo by Earl Whitehorne
    5. Walls Rise Up by George Sessions Perry
    6. Forever Wilt Thou Love by Ludwig Lewisohn
    7. Clay Acres by Pauline Benedict Fischer
    8. The Damned Don't Cry by Harry Hervey
    9. This Nettle, Danger by Philip Gibbs
    10. The Letters of King George IV, 1812-1830 by A. Aspinall and King George IV
    11. Plato Today by R.H.S. Crossman
    The Saturday Review, March 25, 1939, p. 19