The Unz Review • An Alternative Media Selection
A Collection of Interesting, Important, and Controversial Perspectives Largely Excluded from the American Mainstream Media
Philip Van Doren Stern Archives
Philip Van Doren Stern • 57 Items / 20 Books, 6 Articles, 30 Reviews
Selected Writings of Thomas de Quincey (1937)
Show MoreShow AllFinding...Find More
Email This Page to Someone

 Remember My Information



=>
Published Reviews
  1. Speaking of Crime
    [+]
    The Best Mysteries of the Month (7 Reviews)
    The Screaming Mimi, by Fredric Brown
    1. The Screaming Mimi by Fredric Brown
    2. The Tentacles by Dana Lyon
    3. One of Those Things by Peter Cheyney
    4. Death of a White Witch by Inez Oellrichs
    5. Murder by Gaslight by Edward Wagenknecht
    6. Uncle Silas by Joseph Sheridan Le Fanu
    7. Selected Writings of Thomas de Quincey by Philip Van Doren Stern and Thomas de Quincey
    Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine, March 1950, pp. 63-64
  2. [+]
    Briefly Noted (15 Reviews)
    General
    1. Forbidden Journey: From Peking to Kashmir by Ella K. Maillart
    2. The Scene Changes by Basil Thomson
    3. Midas of Rockies by Frank Waters
    4. Brisbane: A Candid Biography by Oliver Carlson
    5. Selected Writings of Thomas de Quincey by Philip Van Doren Stern and Thomas de Quincey
    6. The Man Who Was Chesterton by Raymond T. Bond and G.K. Chesterton
    7. Background of War by The Editors of Fortune
    8. The Old South: Struggles for Democracy by William E. Dodd
    9. Speak for Yourself by Alan Marshall
    10. Free Speech and Plain Language by Albert Jay Nock
    11. America's Sixty Families by Ferdinand Lundberg
    12. Augustus by John Buchan
    13. Men, Women and Tenors by Frances Alda
    14. The Romance of Textiles by Ethel Lewis
    15. West Indian Odyssey by Charles B. Parmer
    The New Yorker, October 30, 1937, p. 95
  3. [+]
    The Check List (28 Reviews)
    Miscellaneous
    1. Selected Writings of Thomas de Quincey by Philip Van Doren Stern and Thomas de Quincey
    2. Free Speech and Plain Language by Albert Jay Nock
    3. A History of the Art of War in the Sixteenth Century by Charles Oman
    4. Dixie After the War by Myrta Lockett Avary
    5. Ordeal in England by Philip Gibbs
    6. Phudd Hill by Alan Devoe
    7. The Man Takes a Wife by Ira S. Wile
    8. Childbirth Yesterday and Today by A.J. Rongy
    9. Safely Through Childbirth by A.J. Rongy
    10. Personality Development in Children by Ernest J. Chave
    11. Aliens in the East by Harry Emerson Wildes
    12. Colonial Policies of the United States by Colonel Theodore Roosevelt #2
    13. Academic Procession by James Reid Parker
    14. The Crisis of Quebec, 1914-1918 by Elizabeth H. Armstrong
    15. An American Hunter by Archibald H. Rutledge
    16. The 1937 New Yorker Album
    17. Elias Vail Trains Gun Dogs by Ella B. Moffit
    18. Soldiers of Darkness by Thomas R. Gowenlock and Guy Murchie
    19. Men and Tendencies by E.I. Watkin
    20. How to Lose Friends and Alienate People by Irving D. Tressler
    21. Directory of Social Agencies of the City of New York, 1937-1938
    22. New Frontiers of the Mind by Joseph B. Rhine
    23. The Case of Leon Trotsky by John Dewey
    24. Common Neuroses of Children and Adults by O. Spurgeon English
    25. Wit and Rhetoric in the Renaissance by William G. Crane
    26. The Banned Books of England and Other Countries by Alec Craig
    27. 40,000,000 Guinea Pig Children~~Forty Million Guinea Pig Children by Rachel Lynn Palmer and Isadore M. Alpher
    28. Spy Overhead by Clinch Calkins
    The American Mercury, December 1937