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Christina Stead • 34 Items / 17 Books, 9 Articles, 7 Reviews
The House of All Nations (1938)
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Published Reviews
  1. Books
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    Rereading: Stead Made Me Do It (Review)
    The House of All Nations, by Christina Stead
    1. The House of All Nations by Christina Stead
    The American Scholar, Winter 1999, pp. 130-135
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    Padded Shelves (Review)
    The House of All Nations, by Christina Stead
    1. The House of All Nations by Christina Stead
    The Nation, June 18, 1938, p. 703
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    Scum at the Top (Review)
    The House of All Nations, by Christina Stead
    1. The House of All Nations by Christina Stead
    The Nation, April 9, 1973, p. 472
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    The House that Jack Built (Review)
    The House of All Nations, by Christina Stead
    1. The House of All Nations by Christina Stead
    The New Masses, June 21, 1938, p. 23
  5. Books in Review
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    International Bucket Shop (Review)
    The House of All Nations, by Christina Stead
    1. The House of All Nations by Christina Stead
    The New Republic, July 6, 1938, p. 255
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    Parisian Panorama (Review)
    The House of All Nations, by Christina Stead
    1. The House of All Nations by Christina Stead
    The Saturday Review, June 11, 1938, p. 5
  7. Books and Comment
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    The Novels of Christina Stead (2 Reviews)
    The Man Who Loved Children, by Christina Stead
    1. The Man Who Loved Children by Christina Stead
    2. The House of All Nations by Christina Stead
    The New Republic, August 1, 1955, p. 17
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    New Fall Fiction (3 Reviews)
    The House of All Nations, by Christina Stead
    1. The House of All Nations by Christina Stead
    2. Chimera by John Barth
    3. The Sunlight Dialogues by John Gardner
    The New York Review of Books, October 19, 1972, pp. 37-42