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Hamilton Basso • 104 Items / 13 Books, 31 Articles, 60 Reviews
In Their Own Image (1935)
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Published Reviews
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    Mansion and Mill (Review)
    In Their Own Image, by Hamilton Basso
    1. In Their Own Image by Hamilton Basso
    The New Masses, May 28, 1935, p. 25
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    Vanity Fair (Review)
    In Their Own Image, by Hamilton Basso
    1. In Their Own Image by Hamilton Basso
    The New Republic, May 29, 1935, p. 81
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    The Upper Crust (Review)
    In Their Own Image, by Hamilton Basso
    1. In Their Own Image by Hamilton Basso
    The Saturday Review, April 13, 1935, p. 621
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    Shorter Notices (3 Reviews)
    Act of Darkness, by John Peale Bishop
    1. Act of Darkness by John Peale Bishop
    2. In Their Own Image by Hamilton Basso
    3. Capitalism and Its Culture by Jerome Davis
    The Nation, May 29, 1935, pp. 637-639
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    The New Fiction (21 Reviews)
    Time Out of Mind, by Rachel Field
    1. Time Out of Mind by Rachel Field
    2. Roll River by James Boyd
    3. A Few Foolish Ones by Gladys Hasty Carroll
    4. Heritage by George Frederick Hummel
    5. Somebody in Boots by Nelson Algren
    6. Talk United States! by Robert Whitcomb
    7. A World to Win by Jack Conroy
    8. Moscow Yankee by Myra Page
    9. In Their Own Image by Hamilton Basso
    10. Siesta by Berry Fleming
    11. The Island by Claire Spencer
    12. Young Joseph by Thomas Mann
    13. Abraham, Prince of Ur by W.G. Hardy
    14. Condemned to Live by Johann Rabener
    15. Now We Set Out by Susan Ertz
    16. Susan and Joanna by Elizabeth Cambridge
    17. Nothing Like Leather by V.S. Pritchett
    18. Shadow of Swords by Robert Henry Hill
    19. Dew in April by John Clayton
    20. The Pumpkin Coach by Louis Paul
    21. The Grandsons by Louis Adamic
    The American Mercury, June 1935