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Anne Parrish • 25 Items / 19 Books, 3 Reviews, 2 Poems
The Methodist Faun (1929)
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Published Reviews
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    Fiction (Review)
    The Methodist Faun, by Anne Parrish
    1. The Methodist Faun by Anne Parrish
    The Bookman, November 1929, p. 321
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    A Drifter (Review)
    The Methodist Faun, by Anne Parrish
    1. The Methodist Faun by Anne Parrish
    The Saturday Review, November 2, 1929, p. 341
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    The Week's Reading (Review)
    The Methodist Faun, by Anne Parrish
    1. The Methodist Faun by Anne Parrish
    The Outlook, October 9, 1929, p. 230
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    Prize Novels and Misprized Novelists (7 Reviews)
    The Dark Journey, by Julien Green
    1. The Dark Journey by Julien Green
    2. Whiteoaks of Jalna by Mazo de la Roche
    3. The Methodist Faun by Anne Parrish
    4. Trouser of Taffeta by Margaret Wilson
    5. God Have Mercy on Us! by William T. Scanlon
    6. "It's a Great War!" by Mary Lee
    7. Short as Any Dream by Elizabeth Shepley Sergeant
    The Outlook, November 6, 1929, p. 388
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    Check List of New Books (17 Reviews)
    Fiction
    1. The Golden Wind by Takashi Ohta and Margaret Sperry
    2. Red Cavalry by Isaac Babel
    3. The Methodist Faun by Anne Parrish
    4. The Good Companions by J.B. Priestley
    5. Wide Fields by Paul Green
    6. On the Make by John Riordan
    7. The House of Gold by Liam O'Flaherty
    8. Sketch of a Sinner by Frank Swinnerton
    9. Relatives by Russell Neale
    10. The Man Within by Graham Greene
    11. Look Homeward, Angel by Thomas Wolfe
    12. Love Story by Thelma Woodhill
    13. Action, and Other Stories by Charles Edward Montague
    14. A Dinner of Herbs by Marjorie Bartholomew Paradis
    15. Schlump: The Story of a German Soldier by Soldier Schlump
    16. Zero Hour by George Grabenhorst
    17. Class of 1902 by Ernst Glaeser
    The American Mercury, December 1929