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Harold Nicolson • 67 Items / 35 Books, 26 Articles, 6 Reviews
Dwight Morrow (1935)
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Published Reviews
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    The Life of Dwight Morrow (Review)
    Dwight Morrow, by Harold G. Nicolson
    1. Dwight Morrow by Harold G. Nicolson
    The Nation, November 6, 1935, p. 546
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    Wall Street Brain Guy (Review)
    Dwight Morrow, by Harold G. Nicolson
    1. Dwight Morrow by Harold G. Nicolson
    The New Republic, December 4, 1935, p. 110
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    Reviews (Review)
    Dwight Morrow, by Harold G. Nicolson
    1. Dwight Morrow by Harold G. Nicolson
    Political Science Quarterly, June 1936, pp. 278-279
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    A Completely Civilized Man (Review)
    Dwight Morrow, by Harold G. Nicolson
    1. Dwight Morrow by Harold G. Nicolson
    The Saturday Review, October 5, 1935, p. 7
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    The Library (4 Reviews)
    Four Americans
    1. James Edward Oglethorpe: Imperial Idealist by Amos Aschbach Ettinger
    2. Roger B. Taney: Jacksonian Jurist by Charles W. Smith
    3. Abram S. Hewitt by Allan Nevins
    4. Dwight Morrow by Harold G. Nicolson
    The American Mercury, July 1936, pp. 372-374
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    Six New Biographices (6 Reviews)
    Dwight Morrow, by Harold G. Nicolson
    1. Dwight Morrow by Harold G. Nicolson
    2. Mark Twain: The Man and His Work by Edward C. Wagenknecht
    3. Chopin: His Life by William D. Murdoch
    4. James Lane Allen and the Genteel Tradition by Grant C. Knight
    5. The Cast-Iron Man: John C. Calhoun and American Democracy by Arthur Styron
    6. Edgar Allan Poe by Una Pope-Hennessy
    Commonweal, November 22, 1935, pp. 108-109
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    Some Recent Books on International Relations (11 Reviews)
    International Relations of the United States
    1. United States in World Affairs in 1934-1935 by Whitney H. Shepardson and William O. Scroggs
    2. Woodrow Wilson: Life and Letters, Vol. II by Ray Stannard Baker and Woodrow Wilson
    3. War Memoirs of Robert Lansing by Robert Lansing
    4. Dwight Morrow by Harold G. Nicolson
    5. American Foreign Policy in the Post-War Years by Frank H. Simonds
    6. Freedom of the Press by George Seldes
    7. Land of the Free by Herbert Agar
    8. Government in Business by Stuart Chase
    9. Socializing Our Democracy by Harry W. Haidler
    10. Hold Fast the Middle Way by John Dickinson
    11. Communism in the United States by Earl R. Browder
    Foreign Affairs, January 1936, pp. 357-358
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    The Book Parade (19 Reviews)
    Our Lords and Masters, by The Unofficial Observer
    1. Our Lords and Masters by The Unofficial Observer
    2. It Can't Happen Here by Sinclair Lewis
    3. Dwight Morrow by Harold G. Nicolson
    4. If Memory Serves by Sacha Guitry
    5. Golden Apples by Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings
    6. Measuring Ethiopia and Flight Into Arabia by Carleton S. Coon
    7. Ethiopia: A Pawn in European Diplomacy by Ernest Work
    8. Guillotine Party, and Other Stories by James T. Farrell
    9. Women by Winifred Holtby
    10. Old Home Town by Rose Wilder Lane
    11. The Unpredictable Adventure by Claire Myers Spotswood Owens
    12. Flowering Judas, and Other Stories by Katherine Anne Porter
    13. What the Sweet Hell? by Peter Chamberlain
    14. Your Life Lies Before You by Harry Hansen
    15. Fate Cries Out by Clemence Dane
    16. Youth Uncharted by Stephen Lawford
    17. Three Flights Up by Helen R. Woodward
    18. The Du Pont Dynasty by John K. Winkler
    19. Edna, His Wife by Margaret Ayer Barnes
    The Forum, November 1935