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Sarah Comstock • 20 Items / 6 Books, 14 Articles
The Moon Is Made of Green Cheese (1929)
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    The New Books (15 Reviews)
    The Hearth of Happiness, by Anne Shannon Monroe
    1. The Hearth of Happiness by Anne Shannon Monroe
    2. Susan B. Anthony: The Woman Who Changed the Mind of a Nation by Rheta Louise Dorr
    3. The Bride Adorned by David Leslie Murray
    4. Gold Dust by Edward Holstius
    5. Willow and Cypress by Catherine Verschoyle
    6. Shackles of the Free by Mary Grace Ashton
    7. The Moon Is Made of Green Cheese by Sarah Comstock
    8. Pale Warriors by David Hamilton
    9. Timothy Travels by Daisy Neumann
    10. Where Was Bobby? by Marguerite Clement
    11. A Boys' and Girls' Life of Christ by J. Patterson-Smith
    12. Saint Paul by Emile Baumann
    13. Unraveling the Book of Books by Ernest R. Trattner
    14. Who's Who Among the Microbes by William H. Park and Anna W. Williams
    15. People and Places by Douglas Goldring
    The Saturday Review, May 25, 1929, p. 1057
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    Notes On New Books (16 Reviews)
    Fiction
    1. Strange Moon by T.S. Stribling
    2. Mad Fingers by Hildegarde Huntsman
    3. Treadmill by Lola Jean Simpson
    4. Her Son by Margaret Fuller
    5. Salad Days by Theodora Benson
    6. The Moon Is Made of Green Cheese by Sarah Comstock
    7. Easily Persuaded by Elizabeth Deane
    8. The Flagrant Years by Samuel Hopkins Adams
    9. Wings of Wax by Janet Hoyt
    10. The Laslett Affair by Harold Begbie
    11. The Merry Heart by Frank Swinnerton
    12. Minstrels in Satin by Elisabeth Cobb Chapman
    13. The Key to the Casa by Keck Orbison
    14. A Great Man by Walter Vogdes
    15. The Enchanting Danger by Vera Wheatley
    16. Unknown Lands by Vicente Blasco-Ibanez
    The Bookman, June 1929