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Ruth Suckow • 52 Items / 12 Books, 33 Articles, 7 Reviews
The Kramer Girls (1930)
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Published Reviews
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    Fiction (Review)
    The Kramer Girls, by Ruth Suckow
    1. The Kramer Girls by Ruth Suckow
    The Bookman, April/May 1930, p. 216
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    Captain Jack Randell (Review)
    The Kramer Girls, by Ruth Suckow
    1. The Kramer Girls by Ruth Suckow
    The New Republic, August 6, 1930, pp. 352-353
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    Check List of New Books (2 Reviews)
    1. The Kramer Girls by Ruth Suckow
    2. Cimarron by Edna Ferber
    The American Mercury, August 1930
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    Fiction in Brief (4 Reviews)
    The Kramer Girls, by Ruth Suckow
    1. The Kramer Girls by Ruth Suckow
    2. The Excursion to Tilsit by Hermann Sudermann
    3. The Hoax by Italo Svevo
    4. The Trough of the Wave by Olav Duun
    The Nation, April 30, 1930, p. 523
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    More Books (6 Reviews)
    It's Never Over, by Morley Callaghan
    1. It's Never Over by Morley Callaghan
    2. The Kramer Girls by Ruth Suckow
    3. The Company by Edwin Seaver
    4. The Pig Is Fat by Lawrance M. Maynard
    5. The Great White Silence by Louis-Frederic Rouquette
    6. Through Blood and Ice by Ferenc Imrey and Lewis S. Palen
    The New Yorker, April 5, 1930, p. 98
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    The Week's Reading (8 Reviews)
    Cimarron, by Edna Ferber
    1. Cimarron by Edna Ferber
    2. The Half-Breed by Maurice Constantin-Weyer
    3. Blow, Whistles, Blow! by Sarah Henry Atherton
    4. The Ship of Truth by Lettice Ulpha Cooper
    5. The Road to Wildcat by Eleanor de la Vergne Risley
    6. The Kramer Girls by Ruth Suckow
    7. Give Up Your Lovers by Louis Golding
    8. Paper Profits by Arthur Train
    The Outlook, April 9, 1930, pp. 588-589
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    Books in Brief (19 Reviews)
    Parties, by Carl Van Vechten
    1. Parties by Carl Van Vechten
    2. Shepherds in Sackcloth by Sheila Kaye-Smith
    3. Seed by Charles G. Norris
    4. I Am Jonathan Scrivener by Claude Houghton
    5. Paul Robeson, Negro by Eslanda Goode Robeson
    6. Lone Cowboy by Will James
    7. The Kramer Girls by Ruth Suckow
    8. Kindness in a Corner by Theodore F. Powys
    9. An American Jezebel by Helen Augur
    10. Pay Day by Nathan Asch
    11. The Way Home by Henry Handel Richardson
    12. Emily Dickinson by Josephine Pollitt
    13. Three Came Unarmed by E. Arnot Robertson
    14. Meddlers by H.I. Brock
    15. Anthony in the Nude by Myron Brinig
    16. Soviet Russia: A Living Record and a History by William Henry Chamberlin
    17. Savonarola by Piero Misciattelli
    18. The Closing Hour by Norah Hoult
    19. Mastering a Metropolis by R.L. Duffus
    The Forum, October 1930
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    The New Books (24 Reviews)
    1. Pilgrim to the Abyss by Axel Eggebrecht
    2. The Ticker-Tape Murder by Milton M. Propper
    3. The Strength of Lovers by Hugo Wast
    4. First and Last by Victor L. Whitechurch
    5. Drum and Monkey by George Manning-Sanders
    6. Early Candlelight by Maud Hart Lovelace
    7. The Defendant Soul by Charles Forrest
    8. The Age for Love by Ernest Pascal
    9. Liquor, Loot and Ladies by Chester T. Crowell
    10. The Sword in the Soul by Roger Chauvire
    11. The Missing Masterpiece by Hilaire Belloc
    12. Gather the Stars by Diana Patrick
    13. Gladiator by Philip Wylie
    14. The House on the Hill by Anne Putnam
    15. The Woman with a Thousand Children by Clara Viebig
    16. The Kramer Girls by Ruth Suckow
    17. The Maracot Deep, and Other Stories by Arthur Conan Doyle
    18. Nipsya by Georges Bugnet
    19. Mr. Mulliner Speaking by P.G. Wodehouse
    20. The Car of Croesus by Ernest Poole
    21. A Crown for Carlotta by Daniel Henderson
    22. Rekindled Fires by Mary Crosbie
    23. Black Roses by Francis Brett Young
    24. Oregon Detour by Nard Jones
    The Saturday Review, April 19, 1930, pp. 969-972