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Dostoevsky: The Man and His Work (1928)
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    The Newest Testament (Review)
    Dostoevsky: The Man and His Work, by Julius Meier-Graefe
    1. Dostoevsky: The Man and His Work by Julius Meier-Graefe
    The New Republic, October 17, 1928, p. 254
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    A Great Russian (Review)
    Dostoevsky: The Man and His Work, by Julius Meier-Graefe
    1. Dostoevsky: The Man and His Work by Julius Meier-Graefe
    The Saturday Review, February 2, 1929, p. 639
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    Check List of New Books (3 Reviews)
    Criticism
    1. Values in Literature by Edward Wagenknecht
    2. Contemporary European Writers by William A. Drake
    3. Dostoevsky: The Man and His Work by Julius Meier-Graefe
    The American Mercury, October 1928
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    Dostoevsky, and Lesser Men (5 Reviews)
    Dostoevsky: The Man and His Work, by Julius Meier-Graefe
    1. Dostoevsky: The Man and His Work by Julius Meier-Graefe
    2. Goethe: The History of a Man by Emil Ludwig
    3. Memories and Reflections, 1852-1927 by Lord Asquith, Earl Of Oxford and Asquith
    4. The Life of Sir Martin Frobisher by William McFee
    5. Life and Times of Pieter Stuyvesant by Hendrik W. Van Loon
    The Bookman, October 1928, pp. 228-231
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    Biographical Briefs (9 Reviews)
    Dostoevsky: The Man and His Work, by Julius Meier-Graefe
    1. Dostoevsky: The Man and His Work by Julius Meier-Graefe
    2. Charles Dickens: A Biography from New Sources by Ralph Straus
    3. John Wesley: A Portrait by Abram Lipsky
    4. Prisoners All by Oskar Maria Graf
    5. The Life of Sir Martin Frobisher by William McFee
    6. Shapes that Pass by Julian Hawthorne
    7. Tamerlane: Conqueror of the Earth by Harold Lamb
    8. As They Seemed to Me by Ugo Ojetti
    9. Condemned to Devil's Island by Blair Niles
    The Nation, October 31, 1928, pp. 459-460