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Yet Do Not Grieve (1928)
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    Shadows Moving in Chaos (Review)
    Yet Do Not Grieve, by Conal O'Riordan
    1. Yet Do Not Grieve by Conal O'Riordan
    Commonweal, January 16, 1929, p. 322
  2. Speaking of Books
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    A Running Commentary (5 Reviews)
    A Little Less Than Gods, by Ford Madox Ford
    1. A Little Less Than Gods by Ford Madox Ford
    2. Yet Do Not Grieve by Conal O'Riordan
    3. The White Crow by Philip Macdonald
    4. The Slype by Russell Thorndike
    5. Whither Mankind? by Charles A. Beard
    The Outlook, December 5, 1928, p. 1290
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    Books in Brief (9 Reviews)
    Sails and Swords, by Arthur Strawn
    1. Sails and Swords by Arthur Strawn
    2. Raiders of the Deep by Lowell Thomas
    3. The Discoverer by Andre de Hevesy
    4. Benjamin Franklin of Paris, 1776-1785 by Willis Steell
    5. The Not-Quite Puritans by Henry W. Lawrence
    6. Forgotten Ladies by Richardson L. Wright
    7. The Lost Sail by Alfred Kreymborg
    8. Yet Do Not Grieve by Conal O'Riordan
    9. The Search Relentless by Constance Lindsay Skinner
    The Nation, December 5, 1928, pp. 637-638
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    The New Books (10 Reviews)
    Modern Masters of Etching, No. 18: Henry Rushbury, by Henry Rushbury
    1. Modern Masters of Etching, No. 18: Henry Rushbury by Henry Rushbury
    2. Masters of the Colour Print by William Giles
    3. Fifty Prints by Rockwell Kent
    4. Pioneer Life, or Thirty Years a Hunter by Philip Tome
    5. The Crippled Lady of Peribonka by James Oliver Curwood
    6. How the Old Woman Got Home by M.P. Shiel
    7. Yet Do Not Grieve by Conal O'Riordan
    8. They Sailed on a Friday by T.C. Paynter
    9. Darkened Rooms by Philip Gibbs
    10. On Mediterranean Shores by Emil Ludwig
    The Saturday Review, February 23, 1929, p. 715
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    Take It or Leave It (19 Reviews)
    January Reading
    1. My Autobiography by Benito Mussolini
    2. Adepts In Self-Portraiture by Stefan Zweig
    3. Big Frogs by Henry F. Pringle
    4. Mary Anne Disraeli by James Sykes
    5. John Cameron's Odyssey by Andrew Farrell and John Cameron
    6. The Amazing Life of John Law by Georges Oudard
    7. The Life and Death of an Ideal by Albert Leon Guerard
    8. Paris Salons, Cafes and Studios by Sisley Huddleston
    9. A Little Less Than Gods by Ford Madox Ford
    10. Yet Do Not Grieve by Conal O'Riordan
    11. Pilgrims of Adversity by William McFee
    12. The Jealous Gods by Gertrude Atherton
    13. Reubeni, Prince of the Jews by Max Brod
    14. Judgment Day by Norman Davey
    15. How the Old Woman Got Home by M.P. Shiel
    16. Conquest: America's Painless Imperialism by John F. Carter
    17. Prohibition, Legal and Illegal by Howard Lee McBain
    18. Science and Good Behavior by H.M. Parshley
    19. The Doctor Looks at Marriage and Medicine by Joseph Collins
    The Forum, January 1929