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Burton Rascoe • 82 Items / 11 Books, 17 Articles, 54 Reviews
Theodore Dreiser (1925)
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Published Reviews
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    In Brief Review (Review)
    Theodore Dreiser, by Burton Rascoe
    1. Theodore Dreiser by Burton Rascoe
    The Bookman, October 1925, p. 218
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    Mrs. Wharton and Mr. Dreiser (2 Reviews)
    Edith Wharton, by Robert Morss Lovett
    1. Edith Wharton by Robert Morss Lovett
    2. Theodore Dreiser by Burton Rascoe
    The Nation, September 30, 1925, p. 361
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    Contemporaries (2 Reviews)
    James Branch Cabell, by Carl Van Doren
    1. James Branch Cabell by Carl Van Doren
    2. Theodore Dreiser by Burton Rascoe
    The New Republic, September 16, 1925, p. 104
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    Check List of New Books (5 Reviews)
    1. Restoring Shakespeare by Leon Kellner
    2. The Literature of the Middle Western Frontier by Ralph L. Rusk
    3. Crackerbox Philosophers in American Humor and Satire by Jennette R. Tandy
    4. Theodore Dreiser by Burton Rascoe
    5. Origins of Poe's Critical Theory by Margaret Alterton
    The American Mercury, October 1925
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    Notes on New Books (11 Reviews)
    The World of the Incas, by Otfrid von Hanstein
    1. The World of the Incas by Otfrid von Hanstein
    2. Practical Business English by W.L. Mason
    3. The Administration of Real Estate Boards by Herbert U. Nelson
    4. Appeal to Americans: Republic Reforms by Desha Denton
    5. Sphinx of Flight by Marion Couthouy Smith
    6. From President to Prison by Ferdinand A. Ossendowski
    7. The Autumn Trail by Samuel Minturn Peck
    8. The Chrysalis of Romance by Inez G. Howard
    9. Theodore Dreiser by Burton Rascoe
    10. America and World Peace by John Hessin Clarke
    11. The West Indies by George Manington
    The Outlook, September 30, 1925, pp. 166-167