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Unconquered (1917)
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    Old Bottles (4 Reviews)
    Abington Abbey, by Archibald Marshall
    1. Abington Abbey by Archibald Marshall
    2. Missing by Mrs. Humphry Ward
    3. Unconquered by Maud Diver
    4. The Shining Heights by I.A.R. Wylie
    The Nation, January 24, 1918, p. 94
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    Action and the Story (10 Reviews)
    Some Current Instances
    1. The Ivory Tower by Henry James
    2. The Sense of the Past by Henry James
    3. A Change of Air by Katharine Fullerton Gerould
    4. The Enlightenment of Paulina by Ellen Wilkins Tompkins
    5. Three's a Crowd by William Caine
    6. Sentiment, and Other Stories by Vincent O'Sullivan
    7. Miss Million's Maid by Berta Ruck
    8. Ladies Must Live by Alice Duer Miller
    9. Unconquered by Maud Diver
    10. The Shining Heights by I.A.R. Wylie
    The Bookman, February 1918, pp. 689-694
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    The New Books (18 Reviews)
    1. The Secret Listeners of the East by Dhan Gopal Mukerji
    2. Mr. Moffatt by Chester Francis Cobb
    3. Winter Wheat by Almey St. John Adcock
    4. Precious Bane by Mary Webb
    5. Honk! by Doris F. Halman
    6. Unconquered by Maud Diver
    7. Desmond's Daughter by Maud Diver
    8. The Year of the Wood-Dragon by Achmed Abdullah
    9. That Fool of a Woman by Millicent Sutherland Bates
    10. Cynthia Codentry by Ernest Pascal
    11. Dusk of Day by Catherine Clark
    12. Mr. Bottleby Does Something by E. Temple Thurston
    13. Granite by Thomas Quinn
    14. Tom Fool by F. Tennyson Jesse
    15. What Is To Be by J.C. Snaith
    16. The Fool in Christ: Emanuel Quint by Gerhart Hauptmann
    17. The Baker's Cart, and Other Tales by Gerald W. Bullett
    18. The Trail of Glory by Leroy Scott
    The Saturday Review, July 17, 1926, pp. 939-940