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Dorothy G. Van Doren • 101 Items / 86 Reviews, 9 Books, 6 Articles
Flowering Quince (1927)
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Published Reviews
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    A Frightened Woman (Review)
    Flowering Quince, by Dorothy Van Doren
    1. Flowering Quince by Dorothy Van Doren
    The Nation, October 19, 1927, p. 430
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    Fiction Notes (5 Reviews)
    Flowering Quince, by Dorothy Van Doren
    1. Flowering Quince by Dorothy Van Doren
    2. Respectability by Bohun Lynch
    3. The Exile by Mary Johnston
    4. Garden of Flames by E.S. Stevens
    5. Yellow Gentians and Blue by Zona Gale
    The New Republic, October 19, 1927, pp. 243-245
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    The New Books (20 Reviews)
    Architectural Design in Concrete, by Thomas Penberthy Bennett
    1. Architectural Design in Concrete by Thomas Penberthy Bennett
    2. Towards a New Architecture by Le Corbusier
    3. The Princess des Ursins by Maud Cruttwell
    4. Letters and Memoirs of the Prince de Ligne by Charles Joseph Ligne
    5. Flowering Quince by Dorothy Van Doren
    6. The Cream of the Jest by James Branch Cabell
    7. The Music-Makers by Murrell Edmunds
    8. Fancy Lady by Homer Croy
    9. Jungle John by John A. Budden
    10. Little Sister by Margaret Kyle
    11. The Boy's Busy Book by Chelsea Fraser
    12. Fountain of Youth, or Stories to Be Told by Padraic Colum
    13. The Hepzibah Hen Book by Olwen Bowen
    14. Sambo and Snitch by Algernon Blackwood
    15. Nip and Tuck in Toyland by Leila Chrocheron Freeman
    16. The Poetry of the Age of Wordsworth by J. Dover Wilson
    17. Phillida and Coridon, and Other Pastorals by Nicholas Breton
    18. Case and Comment by Louis Howland
    19. The Modern Religious Situation by Edward S. Kiek
    20. Islands of Queen Wilhelmina by Violet Clifton
    The Saturday Review, December 31, 1927, p. 490