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Walter J. Turner • 26 Items / 12 Books, 10 Articles, 4 Poems
Wagner (1933)
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Published Reviews
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    Notes on Wagner (2 Reviews)
    The Life of Richard Wagner, Vol. I: 1813-1848, by Ernest Newman
    1. The Life of Richard Wagner, Vol. I: 1813-1848 by Ernest Newman
    2. Wagner by W.J. Turner
    The American Mercury, November 1933, pp. 381-383
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    Mountain and Mouse (2 Reviews)
    Wagner, by W.J. Turner
    1. Wagner by W.J. Turner
    2. Beethoven by Alan Pryce-Jones
    The Nation, June 4, 1949, p. 642
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    The Musical Bookshelf (4 Reviews)
    Wagner, by W.J. Turner
    1. Wagner by W.J. Turner
    2. Debussy by Rollo H. Myers
    3. Chopin by Basil Maine
    4. The Victor Book of Symphonies by Charles O'Connell
    The Saturday Review, March 26, 1949, pp. 60-61
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    Shorter Notices (11 Reviews)
    To Be, or Not to Be, by Louis I. Dublin and Bessie Bunzel
    1. To Be, or Not to Be by Louis I. Dublin and Bessie Bunzel
    2. Down and Out in Paris and London by George Orwell
    3. The Russo-Japanese Treaties of 1907-1916 Concerning Manchuria and Mongolia by Ernest Batson Price
    4. Charles II by John Hayward
    5. Beethoven by Alan Pryce-Jones
    6. Wagner by W.J. Turner
    7. Sir Joshua Reynolds by John Steegman
    8. The Brontes by Irene Cooper Willis
    9. Yonder Lies Jericho by Samuel B. Harrison
    10. Original Design by Eardley Beswick
    11. Ballads and Sea Songs of Newfoundland by Elizabeth Bristol Greenleaf
    The Nation, September 6, 1933, pp. 278-279
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    Miniatures, R.A. (11 Reviews)
    Shakespeare, by John Drinkwater
    1. Shakespeare by John Drinkwater
    2. Queen Victoria by Arthur Ponsonby
    3. Wagner by W.J. Turner
    4. John Wesley by Bonamy Dobree
    5. Cecil Rhodes by John G. Lockhart
    6. Gladstone by Francis Birrell
    7. George Eliot by Anne J. Fremantle
    8. The Brontes by Irene Cooper Willis
    9. Charles II by John Hayward
    10. Dickens by Bernard Darwin
    11. Beethoven by Alan Pryce-Jones
    The New Republic, December 20, 1933, p. 174