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Mark Van Doren • 621 Items / 58 Books, 100 Articles, 338 Reviews, 124 Poems
The Transients (1934)
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Published Reviews
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    A Poet Turns Novelist (Review)
    The Transients, by Mark Van Doren
    1. The Transients by Mark Van Doren
    The Nation, January 30, 1935, p. 134
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    Visitors from Beyond (Review)
    The Transients, by Mark Van Doren
    1. The Transients by Mark Van Doren
    The Saturday Review, January 5, 1935, p. 409
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    The Book Parade (26 Reviews)
    The American Diplomatic Game, by Drew Pearson and Constantine Brown
    1. The American Diplomatic Game by Drew Pearson and Constantine Brown
    2. Memory of Love by Bessie Breuer
    3. Sold Out to the Future by Roy A. Helton
    4. Mary Poppins by P.L. Travers
    5. Human Exploitation in the United States by Norman Thomas
    6. Changing Asia by Egon Erwin Kisch
    7. Land of Promise by Leo Lania
    8. The Economic Consequences of the New Deal by Benjamin Stolberg and Warren Jay Vinton
    9. Outward Bound from Liverpool by Edouard Peisson
    10. The Transients by Mark Van Doren
    11. Rats, Lice, and History by Hans Zinsser
    12. The Old Boat Rocker by Wiliam S. Mudd
    13. The World Went Mad by John Brophy
    14. Images of Earth: Guatemala by Agnes Rothery
    15. Hornets' Nest by Helen Ashton
    16. The Man on the Barge by Max Miller
    17. Condorcet and the Rise of Liberalism in France by J. Salwyn Schapiro
    18. American Family by Faith Baldwin
    19. The Sancroft Sisters by Beatrice Curtis Brown
    20. The Harsh Voice by Rebecca West
    21. Letters from John Galsworthy, 1900-1932 by Edward Garnett and John Galsworthy
    22. The Doomington Wanderer by Louis Golding
    23. The Doctor in History by Howard W. Haggard
    24. Not Mine to Finish by Genevieve Taggard
    25. A House Divided by Pearl S. Buck
    26. The Abbey of Evolayne by Paule Regnier
    The Forum, February 1935
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    The Literary Landscape (36 Reviews)
    The World Went Mad, by John Brophy
    1. The World Went Mad by John Brophy
    2. Heaven High---Hell Deep, 1917-1918 by Norman Archibald
    3. Heaven's My Destination by Thornton Wilder
    4. Week-End by Phil Stong
    5. How Like an Angel by A.G. Macdonell
    6. The Transients by Mark Van Doren
    7. A House Divided by Pearl S. Buck
    8. Joshua Todd by Fulton Oursler
    9. Via Mala by John Knittel
    10. Hornets' Nest by Helen Ashton
    11. Memory of Love by Bessie Breuer
    12. Melissa Starke by Annulet Andrews
    13. Delay in the Sun by Anthony Thorne
    14. The Glorious Pool by Thorne Smith
    15. Don Segundo Sombra by Ricardo Guiraldes
    16. Land of Promise by Leo Lania
    17. The American Diplomatic Game by Drew Pearson and Constantine Brown
    18. The Inevitable World Recovery by Harold Fisher
    19. Sold Out to the Future by Roy A. Helton
    20. Was Europe a Success? by Joseph Wood Krutch
    21. One Woman's Story by Mary Britnieva
    22. The Battle for Democracy by Rexford Guy Tugwell
    23. What of Tomorrow? by Ogden L. Mills
    24. Modern Housing by Catherine Bauer
    25. Labor's Fight for Power by George E. Sokolsky
    26. A History of National Socialism by Konrad Heiden
    27. The Victor Book of the Symphony by Charles O'Connell
    28. In the Shadow of Liberty by Edward Corsi
    29. The Conquest of the Maya by J. Leslie Mitchell
    30. The Middle Ages by Dorothy Mills
    31. Passing Judgments by George Jean Nathan
    32. Jesus: Told by the Wandering Jew by Edmond Fleg
    33. Bright Mexico by Larry Barretto
    34. The Last of the Wind Ships by Alan J. Villiers
    35. France in Ferment by Alexander Werth
    36. Why Wars Must Cease by Rose Emmet Young
    The North American Review, March 1935, pp. 280-288