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Honore Morrow • 33 Items / 25 Books, 6 Articles, 2 Reviews
Yonder Sails the Mayflower (1934)
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    The New Books (5 Reviews)
    Barnham Rectory, by Doreen Eileen A. Wallace
    1. Barnham Rectory by Doreen Eileen A. Wallace
    2. Destiny's Man by T.F. Tweed
    3. The World Went Mad by John Brophy
    4. Yonder Sails the Mayflower by Honore Morrow
    5. The Tin Box Parade by Milton MacKaye
    The Saturday Review, February 2, 1935, p. 464
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    The Literary Landscape (23 Reviews)
    The Forty Days of Musa Dagh, by Franz Werfel
    1. The Forty Days of Musa Dagh by Franz Werfel
    2. Shipmates by Isabel Hopestill Carter
    3. Loaves and Fishes by Elaine Myers
    4. Little Orvie by Booth Tarkington
    5. Mary Poppins by P.L. Travers
    6. Yonder Sails the Mayflower by Honore Morrow
    7. You Can't Sleep Here by Edward Newhouse
    8. Alex Maury, Sportsman by Caroline Gordon
    9. The Smart Set Anthology of World Famous Authors by Burton Rascoe and Groff Conklin
    10. Earth Conquerors by J. Leslie Mitchell
    11. Half Mile Down by William Beebe
    12. Challenge: Behind the Face of Japan by Upton Close
    13. The Saar Struggle by Michael T. Florinsky
    14. World Diary, 1929-1934 by Quincy Howe
    15. Human Exploitation in the United States by Norman Thomas
    16. Fire on the Andes by Carleton Beals
    17. South Street by Richard C. McKay
    18. The Tin Box Parade by Milton MacKaye
    19. The Georgian Scene by Frank Swinnerton
    20. The Complete Wine Book by Frank Schoonmaker and Tom Marvel
    21. The Victor Book of the Symphony by Charles O'Connell
    22. Composers of Today by David Ewen
    23. Skin Deep by M.C. Phillips
    The North American Review, February 1935, pp. 184-192