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Herbert S. Gorman • 103 Items / 20 Books, 15 Articles, 52 Reviews, 16 Poems
Suzy (1934)
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    Brief Review (5 Reviews)
    Suzy, by Herbert Gorman
    1. Suzy by Herbert Gorman
    2. A Southern Welcome by John Howard Lawson
    3. Photographs by Man Ray by Man Ray
    4. Sex in Prison by Joseph F. Fishman
    5. On Relief in Illinois by Jack Martin
    The New Masses, December 25, 1934, pp. 25-26
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    The New Books (9 Reviews)
    To My Sons, by Harold Bell Wright
    1. To My Sons by Harold Bell Wright
    2. Life a la Henri by Henri Charpentier and Boyden Sparkes
    3. Plowing on Sunday by Sterling North
    4. The Ten Million by Mark Hellinger
    5. Suzy by Herbert Gorman
    6. The Salzburg Tales by Christina Stead
    7. Reflections on Music by Artur Schnabel
    8. Negro Americans, What Now? by James Weldon Johnson
    9. Why Not Try God? by Mary Pickford
    The Saturday Review, December 15, 1934, p. 374
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    The Book Parade (16 Reviews)
    The Forty Days of Musa Dagh, by Franz Werfel
    1. The Forty Days of Musa Dagh by Franz Werfel
    2. Earth Conquerors by J. Leslie Mitchell
    3. Suzy by Herbert Gorman
    4. The Saar Struggle by Michael T. Florinsky
    5. Tarabas: A Guest on Earth by Joseph Roth
    6. The Mighty Barnum by Gene Fowler and Bess Meredyth
    7. Skin Deep by M.C. Phillips
    8. Little Orvie by Booth Tarkington
    9. Myself by John R. Commons
    10. The Jasmine Farm by Elizabeth
    11. Erasmus of Rotterdam by Stefan Zweig
    12. Week-End by Phil Stong
    13. Then a Soldier by Thomas Dent
    14. Delay in the Sun by Anthony Thorne
    15. Britannia Waives the Rules by A.T. Culwick
    16. Philosophers Speak for Themselves by Thomas V. Smith
    The Forum, January 1935