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Charles Hanson Towne • 173 Items / 25 Books, 46 Articles, 10 Reviews, 92 Poems
Selected Poems (1925)
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Published Reviews
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    The Play (Review)
    Selected Poems, by Charles Hanson Towne
    1. Selected Poems by Charles Hanson Towne
    Commonweal, October 21, 1925, p. 596
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    The Editor Recommends--- (7 Reviews)
    Glorious Apollo, by E. Barrington
    1. Glorious Apollo by E. Barrington
    2. Charles Dickens and Other Victorians by Arthur T. Quiller-couch
    3. Taboo by Wilbur Daniel Steele
    4. The Red Lamp by Mary Roberts Rinehart
    5. Selected Poems by Charles Hanson Towne
    6. The Tale of Genji by Arthur Waley and Lady Murasaki
    7. Week-End by Charles Brackett
    The Bookman, September 1925, pp. 73-76
  3. The Book Table
    Truly American Poetry (7 Reviews)
    The Song of the Indian Wars, by John G. Neihardt
    1. The Song of the Indian Wars by John G. Neihardt
    2. Slow Smoke by Lew Sarett
    3. Tiger Joy by Stephen Vincent Benet
    4. Selected Poems by Charles Hanson Towne
    5. Honey Out of the Rock by Babette Deutsch
    6. The Book of Earth by Alfred Noyes
    7. Ballads and Lyrics by Margaret Widdemer
    The Outlook, October 21, 1925, pp. 286-287
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    The New Books (10 Reviews)
    1. An Austin Dobson Anthology of Prose and Verse by Alban Dobson and Austin Dobson
    2. Modern British Lyrics: An Anthology by Stanton Coblentz
    3. Selected Poems by Charles Hanson Towne
    4. Songs from the Elizabethans by J.C. Squire
    5. Odes from the Divan of Hafiz by Richard Le Gallienne
    6. The Jewish Anthology by Edmond Fleg
    7. The Harp of Fate by William F. Kirk
    8. Will-o'-the-Wisp by Dorothy Dow
    9. Hill Fragments by Madeline Mason-Manheim
    10. New Poems by John Drinkwater
    The Saturday Review, October 17, 1925, p. 229