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Bill Mauldin Archives
Bill Mauldin • 58 Items / 5 Visuals, 8 Books, 43 Articles, 1 Review, 1 Film
Back Home (1947)
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Published Reviews
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    The Labor Movement (Review)
    Back Home, by Bill Mauldin
    1. Back Home by Bill Mauldin
    Commonweal, January 2, 1948, p. 307
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    Syndicate Sins (Review)
    Back Home, by Bill Mauldin
    1. Back Home by Bill Mauldin
    The Saturday Review, November 1, 1947, p. 18
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    Atlantic Bookshelf (3 Reviews)
    The Peripatetic Reviewer
    1. Back Home by Bill Mauldin
    2. The Proper Bostonians by Cleveland Amory
    3. The Garretson Chronicle by Gerald Warner Brace
    The Atlantic Monthly, November 1947, pp. 158-161
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    Briefer Comment (3 Reviews)
    1. Abraham Lincoln: His Life, Work, and Character by Edward Wagenknecht
    2. Freud: His Life and His Mind by Helen Walker Puner
    3. Back Home by Bill Mauldin
    The Forum, January 1948, p. 20
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    To Be an American (10 Reviews)
    Postscript to Yesterday, by Lloyd R. Morris
    1. Postscript to Yesterday by Lloyd R. Morris
    2. The Proper Bostonians by Cleveland Amory
    3. Yankee Life By Those Lived It by Barrows Mussey
    4. A Treasury of New England Folklore by B.A. Botkin
    5. Indiana: An Interpretation by John Bartlow Martin
    6. Back Home by Bill Mauldin
    7. America in Perspective by Henry Steele Commager
    8. We, the People by Leo Huberman
    9. The Negro Year Book, 1947 by Jessie Parkhurst Guzman
    10. One World Cookery
    Common Ground, Spring 1948, pp. 107-108
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    The Literary Sampler (10 Reviews)
    Excerpts and Jottings from New and Forthcoming Books
    1. Inside U.S.A by John Gunther
    2. Speaking Frankly by James F. Byrnes
    3. A Certain Rich Man by Vincent Sheean
    4. The Last Days of Hitler by Hugh R. Trevor-Roper
    5. Nuremberg Diary by G.M. Gilbert
    6. Nothing So Strange by James Hilton
    7. Back Home by Bill Mauldin
    8. Is Marriage Necessary? by George A. Bartlett
    9. The Saxon Charm by Frederic Wakeman
    10. American Memoir by Henry Seidel Canby
    The Saturday Review, October 11, 1947, pp. 16-18