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Anna Louise Strong • 78 Items / 25 Books, 49 Articles, 3 Reviews, 1 Poem
I Change Worlds (1935)
The Remaking of an American
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    Strong Watched, World Changed (Review)
    I Change Worlds, by Anna Louise Strong
    1. I Change Worlds by Anna Louise Strong
    In These Times, July 2, 1980, p. 18
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    How a Liberal Turned to Revolution (Review)
    I Change Worlds, by Anna Louise Strong
    1. I Change Worlds by Anna Louise Strong
    The Labour Monthly, February 1936, p. 124
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    Autobiography of a Convert (Review)
    I Change Worlds, by Anna Louise Strong
    1. I Change Worlds by Anna Louise Strong
    The Nation, May 1, 1935, p. 513
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    Two Worlds (Review)
    I Change Worlds, by Anna Louise Strong
    1. I Change Worlds by Anna Louise Strong
    The New Masses, May 28, 1935, p. 24
  5. Books in Review
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    Fellow Traveler (Review)
    I Change Worlds, by Anna Louise Strong
    1. I Change Worlds by Anna Louise Strong
    The New Republic, May 1, 1935, p. 345
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    Ladies of Culture (2 Reviews)
    Queen Victoria, by E.F. Benson
    1. Queen Victoria by E.F. Benson
    2. I Change Worlds by Anna Louise Strong
    The American Mercury, June 1935, pp. 239-240
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    Among the New Books (6 Reviews)
    Road to War: America, 1914-1917, by Walter Millis
    1. Road to War: America, 1914-1917 by Walter Millis
    2. Don't Ever Leave Me by Katharine Brush
    3. Greenwich Village, 1920-1930 by Caroline F. Ware
    4. I Change Worlds by Anna Louise Strong
    5. Poems by John Masefield
    6. Hasta La Vista by Christopher Morley
    The Harpers Monthly, June 1935
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    The Book Parade (19 Reviews)
    I Change Worlds, by Anna Louise Strong
    1. I Change Worlds by Anna Louise Strong
    2. A Few Foolish Ones by Gladys Hasty Carroll
    3. Chronicles of Barabbas, 1884-1934 by George H. Doran
    4. Restless Days by Lilo Linke
    5. The Island by Claire Spencer
    6. The Story of an African Chief by Akiki K. Nyabongo
    7. Fatherland by Karl Billinger
    8. Not for Heaven by Dorothy McCleary
    9. Arden Acres by Jessica North MacDonald
    10. The Gods in Plain Garb by Emil Humble
    11. Castle in Andalusia by Elizabeth Sprigge
    12. Letters to Saint Francis and His Friends by Helen Walker Homan
    13. Don't Ever Leave Me by Katharine Brush
    14. The England of Charles II by Arthur Bryant
    15. Ripeness Is All by Eric Linklater
    16. Jezebel's Daughter by A.R. Craig
    17. The Wizard of Monte Carlo by Egon Caesar Corti
    18. Moscow Yankee by Myra Page
    19. The Barbarians by Virginia Faulkner
    The Forum, June 1935
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    Some Recent Books on International Relations (20 Reviews)
    Eastern Europe
    1. The Russian Revolution, 1917-1921 by William Henry Chamberlin
    2. The Murder of the Romanovs by Paul Bulygin
    3. Armed Intervention in Russia, 1918-1922 by W.P. Coates and Zelda K. Coates
    4. Outline History of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union by N.N. Popov
    5. Socialism Victorious
    6. I Speak for the Silent by Vladimir V. Tchernavin
    7. The Grinding Mill by Prince A. Lobanov-Rostovsky
    8. I Change Worlds by Anna Louise Strong
    9. Moscow Carrousel by Eugene Lyons
    10. Soviet Journey by Louis Fischer
    11. The Soviet Union and International Law by T.A. Taracouzio
    12. Economic Planning in the Soviet Union by Boris Brutskus
    13. Religion and Communism by Julius F. Hecker
    14. Moved On! by P.S. Nazaroff
    15. Dawn Over Samarkand by Joshua Kunitz
    16. Changing Asia by Egon Erwin Kisch
    17. Men of Siberia by Hugo Huppert
    18. Ordeal: The Story of My Life by Queen Marie of Roumania
    19. Yugoslavia: A New Country and Its People by Grace Ellison
    20. Heroes and Assassins by Stoyan Christowe
    Foreign Affairs, July 1935, pp. 713-715