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Frank G. Slaughter Archives
Frank G. Slaughter • 33 Items / 30 Books, 1 Article, 2 Reviews
That None Should Die (1941)
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Published Reviews
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    Briefers (6 Reviews)
    By the Dim Lamps, by Nathan Schachner
    1. By the Dim Lamps by Nathan Schachner
    2. Bright Was Their Destiny by John de Meyer
    3. Thomasheen James by Maurice Walsh
    4. Hawk's Nest by Hubert Skidmore
    5. That None Should Die by Frank G. Slaughter
    6. Sing for a Penny by Clifford Dowdey
    Commonweal, May 16, 1941, pp. 92-93
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    A Reader's List (8 Reviews)
    Quest: The Evolution of a Scientist, by Leopold Infeld
    1. Quest: The Evolution of a Scientist by Leopold Infeld
    2. Medicine and Human Welfare by Henry E. Sigerist
    3. Must We Grow Old? by Barclay M. Newman
    4. The Gang's All Here by Harvey H. Smith
    5. That None Should Die by Frank G. Slaughter
    6. Mercy Island by Theodore Pratt
    7. Quest by George J. Dibbern
    8. The Ordeal of the Falcon by Gosta Larsson
    The New Republic, May 5, 1941, pp. 641-642
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    Briefly Noted (8 Reviews)
    1. Between Two Worlds by Upton Sinclair
    2. The Earth Is Ours by Vilhelm Moberg
    3. Men of the Mountains by Jesse Stuart
    4. That None Should Die by Frank G. Slaughter
    5. Wind on the Pampas by Betty de Sherbinin
    6. The Gods and One by Alberta Pierson Hannum
    7. Mill Stream by Hortense Lion
    8. The Trunk by Elizabeth Jane Coatsworth
    The New Yorker, March 22, 1941, p. 69