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Francis de Miomandre • 6 Items / 4 Books, 2 Articles
Orientale (1929)
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    Oh, La-La! (2 Reviews)
    Orientale, by Francis de Miomandre
    1. Orientale by Francis de Miomandre
    2. A Voyage to the Island of the Articoles by Andre Maurois
    The New Republic, February 20, 1929, p. 23
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    Picked at Random (6 Reviews)
    Seven Modern Comedies, by Lord Dunsany
    1. Seven Modern Comedies by Lord Dunsany
    2. Worlds Within Worlds by Stella Benson
    3. The Vampire by Montague Summers
    4. The Lay Confessor by Stephen Graham
    5. Cannibal Jack by William Diapea
    6. Orientale by Francis de Miomandre
    The Outlook, February 6, 1929, p. 232
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    Briefer Mention (7 Reviews)
    The Challenge of the Sentry and Other Stories of the Irish War, by David Hogan
    1. The Challenge of the Sentry and Other Stories of the Irish War by David Hogan
    2. Memoirs of Prince Max of Baden by Maximilian Baden
    3. Orientale by Francis de Miomandre
    4. The Craft of Poetry by Clement Wood
    5. The Grandson by Hildur Dixelius
    6. Cochrane the Unconquerable by Archibald D. Turnbull and Norman R. Van Der Veer, ...
    7. The Promised Land by Gilbert Parker
    Commonweal, April 3, 1929, pp. 635-636
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    The New Books (10 Reviews)
    1. The Singing Gold by Dorothy Cottrell
    2. A Self-Made Thief by Hulbert Footner
    3. War Paint by Dane Coolidge
    4. The Leading Man by Horace Annesley Vachell
    5. Go As You Please by Owen Archer
    6. The Living Alibi by Seldon Truss
    7. The House of the Three Ganders by Irving Bacheller
    8. Orientale by Francis de Miomandre
    9. Rogues in Clover by Percival Wilde
    10. A Search for America by Frederick Philip Grove
    The Saturday Review, March 16, 1929, pp. 783-784