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Letizia Bonaparte (1928)
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    How, and How Not, to Write About Women (7 Reviews)
    Bonnet and Shawl, by Philip Guedalla
    1. Bonnet and Shawl by Philip Guedalla
    2. St. Teresa by Mrs. Cecil Chesterton
    3. Lady Hester Stanhope by Martin Armstrong
    4. Bianca Cappello by Clifford Bax
    5. Letizia Bonaparte by Clement Shaw
    6. Forgotten Ladies by Richardson L. Wright
    7. Troupers of the Gold Coast by Constance Rourke
    The Bookman, January 1929, pp. 581-583
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    The New Books (9 Reviews)
    1. Bonnie Prince Charlie by Donald Barr Chidsey
    2. The Star of Piccadilly by Lewis Saul Benjamin
    3. Coming Up the Road by Irving Bacheller
    4. Napoleon and His Family by Walter Geer
    5. Letizia Bonaparte by Clement Shaw
    6. The Mantle of Caesar by Friedrich Gundolf
    7. The Diaries of Sylvester Douglas, Lord Glenbervie by Francis Bickley and Sylvester Douglas Lord Glenbervie, ...
    8. Shapes that Pass by Julian Hawthorne
    9. A Gallery of Eccentrics by Morris Bishop
    The Saturday Review, December 1, 1928, pp. 436-438
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    Check List of New Books (10 Reviews)
    1. The Interpreter Geddes by Amelia D. Defries
    2. Elizabeth Chudleigh, Duchess of Kingston by Beatrice Curtis Brown
    3. Letizia Bonaparte by Clement Shaw
    4. Law and Order, Ltd by Kyle S. Crichton
    5. Lenin: Thirty Years of Russia by Valeriu Marcu
    6. Fascinating Women: Sacred and Profane by Franz Blei
    7. Alexander by Konrad Bercovici
    8. The Chevalier Bayard by Samuel Shellabarger
    9. Tamerlane: Conqueror of the Earth by Harold Lamb
    10. Shapes that Pass by Julian Hawthorne
    The American Mercury, November 1928