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Herbert Quick • 26 Items / 21 Books, 1 Article, 3 Reviews, 1 Poem
The Invisible Woman (1924)
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    The Prairie Historian (Review)
    The Invisible Woman, by Herbert Quick
    1. The Invisible Woman by Herbert Quick
    The New Republic, January 28, 1925, p. 265
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    The Editor Reommends--- (6 Reviews)
    Joseph Pulitzer: His Life and Letters, by Don C. Seitz and Joseph Pulitzer
    1. Joseph Pulitzer: His Life and Letters by Don C. Seitz and Joseph Pulitzer
    2. The Invisible Woman by Herbert Quick
    3. Spring Thunder and Other Poems by Mark Van Doren
    4. Tutankhamen and After by William Ellery Leonard
    5. A Far Land by Martha Ostenso
    6. A Tree in Bloom, and Other Verses by Hildegarde Flanner
    The Bookman, February 1925, pp. 765-767
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    The New Books (8 Reviews)
    1. Om the Secret of Ahbor Valley by Talbot Mundy
    2. Matilda, Governess of the English by Sophia Cleugh
    3. The Best French Stories of 1923-1924 by Richard Eaton
    4. The Best Continental Stories of 1923-1924 by Richard Eaton
    5. The Invisible Woman by Herbert Quick
    6. The Purple Sapphire by John Taine
    7. The Golden Journey of Mr. Paradyne by William J. Locke
    8. The Best British Short Stories of 1924 by Edward J. O'Brien and John Cournos
    The Outlook, December 24, 1924, p. 690
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    The Bookman's Guide to Fiction (42 Reviews)
    Mother Mason, by Bess Streeter Aldrich
    1. Mother Mason by Bess Streeter Aldrich
    2. The Green Hat by Michael Arlen
    3. Peacock Feathers by Temple Bailey
    4. The Seven Sleepers by Francis Beeding
    5. Desert Brew by B.M. Bower
    6. A Gentleman of Courage by James Oliver Curwood
    7. The Unknown Quantity by Ethel M. Dell
    8. Wide Waters by Aylward Edward Dingle
    9. Following the Grass by Harry Sinclair Drago
    10. The Man Who Plundered the City by Sven Elvestad
    11. Nina by Susan Ertz
    12. So Big by Edna Ferber
    13. The Flower Beneath the Foot by Ronald Firbank
    14. A Passage to India by E.M. Forster
    15. The White Monkey by John Galsworthy
    16. Humpty Dumpty by Ben Hecht
    17. Balisand by Joseph Hergesheimer
    18. The Slave Ship by Mary Johnston
    19. The Enchanted Hill by Peter B. Kyne
    20. Rugged Water by Joseph C. Lincoln
    21. The Coming of Amos by William J. Locke
    22. On Board the "Morning Star" by Pierre MacOrlan
    23. The Plastic Age by Percy Marks
    24. The Valley of Voices by George Tracy Marsh
    25. Sard Harker by John Masefield
    26. East of the Setting Sun by George Barr McCutcheon
    27. The Quaint Companions by Leonard Merrick
    28. In a Shantung Garden by Louise Jordan Miln
    29. Rose of the World by Kathleen Norris
    30. The Inevitable Millionaires by E. Phillips Oppenheim
    31. The Passionate Quest by E. Phillips Oppenheim
    32. Liberation by Isabel Ostrander
    33. The Invisible Woman by Herbert Quick
    34. Red of the Redfields by Grace S. Richmond
    35. St. Martin's Summer by Rafael Sabatini
    36. The Little French Girl by Anne Douglas Sedgwick
    37. Isles fo the Blest by Wilbur Daniel Steele
    38. The Needle's Eye by Arthur Train
    39. Deep in the Hearts of Men by Mary E. Waller
    40. The Old Ladies by Hugh Walpole
    41. Innocent Desires by Elliot L. Grant Watson
    42. Professor! How Could You? by Harry Leon Wilson
    The Bookman, February 1925, pp. 763-764