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Herbert R. Lottman • 21 Items / 13 Articles, 1 Review, 7 Books
Flaubert: A Biography (1989)
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    Briefly Noted (3 Reviews)
    General
    1. Bullwhip Days: The Slaves Remember by James Mellon
    2. Flaubert: A Biography by Herbert R. Lottman
    3. Seeds of Fire by Geremie Barme and John Minford
    The New Yorker, March 20, 1989, pp. 115-118
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    Brief Reviews (7 Reviews)
    The Progress of the Seasons, by George V. Higgins
    1. The Progress of the Seasons by George V. Higgins
    2. Flaubert: A Biography by Herbert R. Lottman
    3. The Blooding by Joseph Wambaugh
    4. The Road Through Miyama by Leila Philip
    5. The Warrior Queens by Antonia Fraser
    6. Out in the Midday Sun by Sheridan Morley and Noel Coward
    7. More Like Us by James Fallows
    The Atlantic Monthly, May 1989, pp. 99-100
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    Books Encountered (16 Reviews)
    Centuries of Female Days, by Harriet Blodgett
    1. Centuries of Female Days by Harriet Blodgett
    2. A History of Parliament by Ronald Butt
    3. Willie: The Life of W. Somerset Maugham by Robert Calder
    4. Retreat Into the Mind by Ekbert Faas
    5. Fire Down Below by William Golding
    6. European Diary, 1977-1981 by Roy Jenkins
    7. Writing and the Holocaust by Berel Lang
    8. Flaubert: A Biography by Herbert R. Lottman
    9. Stephen Leacock by Gerald Lynch
    10. Parliament at Work by Oonagh McDonald
    11. Aspects of Verdi by George Whitney Martin
    12. Forbidden Land by Tom Stephenson
    13. Arthur Symons by Karl Beckson, John M. Munro, and Arthur Symons
    14. Cape Cod by Henry David Thoreau and Joseph J. Moldenhauer, ...
    15. Margaret of York: Duchess of Burgundy, 1446-1503 by Christine Weightman
    16. American Authors and the Literary Marketplace Since 1900 by James L.W. West III
    Encounter, May 1989, p. 58