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Isabel Anderson • 15 Items / 10 Books, 5 Articles
From Corsair to Riffian (1927)
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    The New Books (5 Reviews)
    Travel
    1. Encounters, With All Sorts of People Including Myself by B. Ifor Evans
    2. Mallorca the Magnificent by Nina Larrey Duryea
    3. Caravans and Cannibals by Mary Hastings Bradley
    4. From Corsair to Riffian by Isabel Anderson
    5. Seeing the South Sea Islands by William Lee Calnon
    The Saturday Review, May 21, 1927, p. 850
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    Globe Trotting Through Books (7 Reviews)
    River Thames, by F.V. Morley
    1. River Thames by F.V. Morley
    2. Chinese Central Asia by Clarmont P. Skrine
    3. The Latin Quarter, Past and Present by Jean Emile-Bayard
    4. Impressions of Old New Orleans by Arnold Genthe
    5. From Corsair to Riffian by Isabel Anderson
    6. The Valley of Arno by Edward Hutton
    7. Caravans and Cannibals by Mary Hastings Bradley
    The Bookman, June 1927
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    Current Books (14 Reviews)
    Various
    1. Marco Millions by Eugene O'Neill
    2. Let's Go To the Movies by Iris Barry
    3. The Third Reader by Fred Schaefer
    4. Whoops Dearie! by Peter Arno
    5. From Corsair to Riffian by Isabel Anderson
    6. Man: An Indictment by Anthony M. Ludovici
    7. Covering Washington by J. Frederick Essary
    8. America Comes of Age by Andre Siegfried
    9. The New Medical Follies by Morris Fishbein
    10. The Life of Prayer in a World of Science by William Adams Brown
    11. My Wild Flower Garden by Herbert Durand
    12. A History of the People of the United States by John Bach McMaster
    13. The Riverside Book of Verse, 1250-1925 by Robert M. Gay
    14. Winds of Doctrine, and Platonism and the Spiritual Life by George Santayana
    The Outlook, June 29, 1927, p. 292