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William B. Seabrook • 19 Items / 9 Books, 4 Articles, 5 Reviews
Asylum (1935)
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Published Reviews
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    Asylum (Part II) (Review)
    Condensed Book
    1. Asylum by William Seabrook
    Coronet Magazine, October 1946, pp. 137-148
  2. [+]
    Among the Outstanding Books (Review)
    Asylum, by William Seabrook
    1. Asylum by William Seabrook
    The Literary Digest, August 10, 1935, p. 27
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    Among the Lunatics (Review)
    Asylum, by William Seabrook
    1. Asylum by William Seabrook
    The New Republic, September 4, 1935, p. 108
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    Inside a Mental Hospital (Review)
    Asylum, by William Seabrook
    1. Asylum by William Seabrook
    The Saturday Review, August 10, 1935, p. 5
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    Shorter Notices (4 Reviews)
    Asylum, by William Seabrook
    1. Asylum by William Seabrook
    2. Only the Fear by Lenore G. Marshall
    3. Hedwig by Vance Randolph
    4. Letters of Theodore Dwight Weld, Angelina Grimke Weld, and Sarah Grimke, 1822-1844 by Gilbert H. Barnes, Dwight L. Dumond, and Theodore Dwight Weld, ...
    The Nation, August 14, 1935, p. 196
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    The Library (5 Reviews)
    Biography
    1. The Memoirs of Count Apponyi by Albert Apponyi
    2. The People's King, George V by John Buchan
    3. Prince Charlie and His Ladies by Compton Mackenzie
    4. The Sea is My Workshop by Frank E. Walton, Jr.
    5. Asylum by William Seabrook
    The American Mercury, October 1935, p. 251
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    Among the New Books (10 Reviews)
    Lucy Gayheart, by Willa Cather
    1. Lucy Gayheart by Willa Cather
    2. The Romance of Mountaineering by Robert L.G. Irving
    3. A Dictionary of Modern American Usage by H.W. Horwill
    4. Mark Twain: Wit and Wisdom by Cyril Clemens and Mark Twain
    5. Asylum by William Seabrook
    6. Don Fernando by W. Somerset Maugham
    7. Our Oriental Heritage by Will Durant
    8. The Furys by James Hanley
    9. The Farmer in the Dell by Phil Stong
    10. So Red the Rose by Stark Young
    The Harpers Monthly, September 1935
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    Brief Review (12 Reviews)
    A Better Economic Order, by John A. Ryan
    1. A Better Economic Order by John A. Ryan
    2. Young Ward's Diary by Lester F. Ward and Bernhard J. Stern
    3. Rich Man, Poor Man by Ryllis Alexander Goslin and Omar Pancoast
    4. Shovels and Guns by James Lasswell
    5. Marble and Mud by Jane Burr
    6. Asylum by William Seabrook
    7. We Too Are Drifting by Gale Wilhelm
    8. I Was Hitler's Prisoner by Stefan Lorant
    9. Men of Turmoil
    10. A Short History of Czechoslovakia by Kamil Krofta
    11. Cornish of Scotland Yard by George W. Cornish
    12. Tsar of Freedom by Stephen Graham
    The New Masses, August 20, 1935, pp. 27-28
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    The Book Parade (22 Reviews)
    President Masaryk Tells His Story, by Karel Capek and T.G. Masaryk
    1. President Masaryk Tells His Story by Karel Capek and T.G. Masaryk
    2. Don Fernando by W. Somerset Maugham
    3. Asylum by William Seabrook
    4. Grand Tour by Patrick Balfour
    5. War Clouds in the Skies of the Far East by Tom Ireland
    6. In Praise of Gentlemen by Henry Dwight Sedgwick
    7. The Furys by James Hanley
    8. The San Luca by Cilette Ofaire
    9. Fortune and Men's Eyes by George Cronyn
    10. The Apple Is Bitten Again by Olive Moore
    11. They Shoot Horses, Don't They? by Horace McCoy
    12. Feliciana by Stark Young
    13. Cornish of Scotland Yard by George W. Cornish
    14. Illyrian Spring by Ann Bridge
    15. The Time Is Ripe by Walter Greenwood
    16. Latter Howe by Doreen Eileen A. Wallace
    17. Somebody in Boots by Nelson Algren
    18. Land of Women by Katharina von Dombrowski
    19. Bright Destination by Darwin L. Teilhet
    20. The Farmer in the Dell by Phil Stong
    21. Angel Making Music by Ferenc Molnar
    22. Hungry Men by Edward Anderson
    The Forum, August 1935