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Ellen Glasgow • 49 Items / 25 Books, 15 Articles, 2 Reviews, 4 Poems
The Voice of the People (1900)
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    Novel Notes (Review)
    The Voice of the People, by Ellen Glasgow
    1. The Voice of the People by Ellen Glasgow
    The Bookman, June 1900, p. 397
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    Recent American Fiction (4 Reviews)
    Unleavened Bread, by Robert Grant
    1. Unleavened Bread by Robert Grant
    2. The Voice of the People by Ellen Glasgow
    3. The Touchstone by Edith Wharton
    4. The Reign of Law by James Lane Allen
    The Atlantic Monthly, September 1900, pp. 414-419
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    Fine Print (6 Reviews)
    The Voice of the People, by Ellen Glasgow
    1. The Voice of the People by Ellen Glasgow
    2. Dry Martini by John Thomas
    3. Professors Like Vodka by Harold Loeb
    4. The Logic of Life by Francois Jacob
    5. Home From the War by Robert Jay Lifton
    6. A Home for the Heart by Bruno Bettelheim
    The New Republic, April 20, 1974, p. 31
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    More Novels (8 Reviews)
    The Greatest Gift, by A.W. Marchmont
    1. The Greatest Gift by A.W. Marchmont
    2. The Voice of the People by Ellen Glasgow
    3. White Butterflies, and Other Stories by Kate Upson Clark
    4. The Soul and the Hammer by Lina Bartlett Ditson
    5. The Immortal Garland by Anna Robeson Brown
    6. Garthowen by Allen Raine
    7. The Last Lady of Mulberry by Henry Wilton Thomas
    8. Arden Massiter by William Barry
    The Nation, May 24, 1900, pp. 401-402
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    Books of the Week (17 Reviews)
    A Brief Description of New-York, by Daniel Denton
    1. A Brief Description of New-York by Daniel Denton
    2. Brooks by the Traveller's Way by John Henry Jowett
    3. The Defendant by G.K. Chesterton
    4. The History of Guilford County, North Carolina by Sallie Walker Stockard
    5. Lea by Marcel Prevost
    6. Life in Two Worlds by Albert A. Lathbury
    7. Our Little Philippine Cousin by Mary Hazelton Wade
    8. The Philippines by Theodore Roosevelt and William Howard Taft
    9. A Puritan Knight Errant by Edith Robinson
    10. Researches on the Rhythm of Speech by J.E. Wallace Wallin
    11. The Sandman: His Farm Stories by William J. Hopkins
    12. The Separates by S. Leroy Blake
    13. The Shadow of the Rope by Ernest William Hornung
    14. The Story of Lizzie McGuire by Frank Corey Voorhies
    15. Talks to Students on the Art of Study by Frank Cramer
    16. Tom Tad by William Henry Venable
    17. The Voice of the People by Ellen Glasgow
    The Outlook, September 20, 1902, pp. 175-177
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    Books of the Week (23 Reviews)
    The Action and the Word, by Brander Matthews
    1. The Action and the Word by Brander Matthews
    2. The Alabaster Box by Walter Besant
    3. The Angel of Clay by William Ordway Partridge
    4. By Way of the Wilderness by Isabella Macdonald Alden and C.M. Livingstone, ...
    5. A History of Civilization in Ancient India by Romesh C. Dutt
    6. Colonial Civil Service by A. Lawrence Lowell
    7. The Conspirators by Robert W. Chambers
    8. Down North and Up Along by Margaret Warner Morley
    9. Feo: A Romance by Max Pemberton
    10. The Forestman of Vimpek by Flora P. Wilson Kopta
    11. A History of Scotland from the Roman Occupation by Andrew Lang
    12. The History of the Book of Common Prayer by Leighton Pullan
    13. A History of the English Church by H.D.M. Spence-Jones
    14. Idyls of the Lawn by Charles W. Kent
    15. In London's Heart by George R. Sims
    16. Modern Italy, 1748-1922 by Pietro Orsi
    17. Paris As It Is by Katharine De Forest
    18. Robert Tournay by William Sage
    19. The Search of Ceres, and Other Poems by Sarah Warner Brooks
    20. The Son of the Wolf by Jack London
    21. The Soul and the Hammer by Lina Bartlett Ditson
    22. The Unknown by Camille Flammarion
    23. The Voice of the People by Ellen Glasgow
    The Outlook, May 5, 1900, pp. 86-89