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1916. DOERNENBURG, EMIL and FEHSE, WILHELM. Raabe und Dickens. Ein Beitrag zur Erkenntnis der geistigen Gestalt Wilhelm Raabes. Magdeburg: Creutz, 1921. pp. 68. Reviewed by R. Riegler in Die Neueren Sprachen, Aug.-Oct. 1922, XXX, 393-4; in T.L.S., July 20, 1922.

1917. ELLIS, CHRISTOPHER H. EVELYN. A Dickens Letter. T.L.S., Corr., Oct. 19, 1922; cf. Frederick Macmillan, Oct. 26.

1918. FIEDler, Fritz. Wie Dickens das 'Christmas Carol' feilte. Archiv, Oct. 1922, LXXVI, 37-53.

1919. GALSWORTHY, JOHN. Tre stora romanförfattare (Dickens, Turgenjev, Maupassant). Ord och Bild, 1922, pp. 401-15.

1920. Grove, J. S. P. Dickens, Ramo Samee, and the Three Potatoes. Living Age, Dec. 3, 1921, CCCXI, 608-10; The Dickensian, Oct. 1922.

1921. HARTE, FRANCIS BRET. Dickens in Camp. With a Foreword by Frederick S. Myrtle. San Francisco: Howell, 1922. $7.50.

1922. HARTENSTEIN, JOHANNES G. Studien zu Dickens' Arbeitsweise auf Grund der Heftausgabe von Dombey and Son. MS Diss., Leipzig, 1922. Summary in Jahrb. d. phil. Fak. zu Leipzig, 1922, Part 1, 39-40.

1923. HOWE, MARK ANTONY DE W. With Dickens in America: New Material from the Papers of Mrs J. T. Fields. Harper's, MayJune 1922, CXLIV, 708-22, CXLV, 110-20.

1924. JOHNSTON, Sir HARRY. The Veneerings: a Novel. [Continuation of Our Mutual Friend.] Chatto and Windus, 1922. Cr. 8vo. pp. 401. 8s. 6d. Reviewed in T.L.S., Apr. 20, 1922; in English Review, June 1922, no. 6, xxxiv, 601–2; by Stanley Trent in Literary Review, July 15, 1922, p. 803; in The Freeman, June 21, 1922, V, 359; by E. L. Pearson in The Independent, Mar. 25, 1922, CVIII, 311; in Lit. Digest, May 13, 1922, p. 69; in The New Republic, June 28, 1922, XXXI, 141; in New York Times Book Review, Apr. 2, 1922, p. 1I; by Geo. B. Dutton in The Springfield Republican, July 2, 1922, p. 7 a. 1925. LAW, FREDERICK HOUK. Government and the Governed and A Tale of Two Cities. The Independent, Mar. 25, 1922, CVIII, 316–17. 1926. MABBOTT, THOMAS OLLIVE. Dickensiana: Letter to John Tomlin, 1841. N. and Q., Aug. 26, 1922, XI, 167.

1927. MATZ, B. W. Dickensian Inns and Taverns. New York: Scribner, 1922. 21.5 cm. pp. 280. 39 illus. $2.75. Reviewed in New York Times Book Review, Jan. 1, 1922, p. 5.

1928. MCNULTY, J. H. If Martin Chuzzlewit appeared To-Day. Living Age, Nov. 12, 1921, CCCXI, 402-5; The Dickensian, Oct. 1921. 1929. MOFFATT, JAMES. Dickens and Meredith. Hibbert, Oct. 1922, XXI, 107-20.

1930. STUART, E. A. G. The Dickens Amateurs. N. and Q., Oct. 14, 1922, XI, 308.

1931. Times Literary Supplement, The. Dickens's Imitators. Notes on Sales, Apr. 13, 1922.

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Dickinson, Emily. 1936. Hillyer, RobERT. Emily Dickinson. The Freeman, Oct. 18, 1922, VI, 129–31.

Disraeli, Benjamin, Earl of Beaconsfield. 1937. SHERMAN, STUART PRATT. The Disraelian Irony. The Bookman, May-June 1922, LV, 238-46, 381-5. See No. 1795.

Disraeli, Isaac. 1938. Literary Review, The. Disraeli's Amenities. Oct. 21, 1922, p. 127.

Dobson, Austin. 1939. To Edmund Gosse. (Xmas 1920.) [His last poem.] Mercury, Jan. 1922, V, 231.

1940. Austin Dobson: An Anthology of Prose and Verse. With a Foreword by EDMUND GOSSE. Dent. 71 × 51. pp. xix, 174. 6s. Reviewed in T.L.S., Oct. 19, 1922; in Sat. Review, Oct. 28, 1922, CXXXIV, 638-9.

1941. GOSSE, EDMUND. Austin Dobson. Quart. Review, Jan. 1922, Vol. 237, No. 470, PP. 53-67.

1942. KERNAHAN, COULSON. Austin Dobson and Lyra Elegantiarum. Lond. Quart. Review, Jan. 1922, XXIII, 34–46; Living Age, Mar. 4, 1922, CCCXII, 548-52.

1943. Times Literary Supplement, The. Austin Dobson's Library. Notes on Sales, Mar. 23, 1922.

Edgeworth, Maria. 1944. AysCOUGH, JOHN. Maria Edgeworth. The Month, Nov. 1922, CXL, 425-35.

Eliot, George. 1945. Unpublished Letters. With Comment by GEORGE SIDNEY HELLMAN. The Century, Sept. 1922, CIV, 643-8. Port. GOSSE, EDMUND. See under General Literature: Essays.

1946. KAWA, MARIA E. The Women of George Eliot's Novels. English Studies, Oct. 1922, IV, 5, 185–91; Dec. 1922, IV, 217–23. 1947. Law, FREDERICK HOUK. Main Street and Silas Marner. The Independent, Mar. 11, 1922, CVIII, 263-5.

1948. SANDWITH, Mrs HAROLD. Maggie Tulliver and La Dame aux Camélias. Nineteenth Century, May 1922, XCI, 782–90.

1949. WENLEY, Robert Mark. Marion Evans and George Eliot. Washington Univ. Studies, Hum. Ser., Oct. 1921, IX, 3-34.

1950. ZUBER, ELISABETH. George Eliot als Gelehrte, Dichterin und Frau. Neophilologus, Jan. 1922, VII, 109–25.

Elwin, Whitwell. 1951. WILLIAMS, STANLEY THOMAS. A Critic of Eighteenth Century Literature. Texas Review, Oct. 1922, VIII, 86–92. Emerson, Ralph Waldo. 1952. Essays by Ralph Waldo Emerson. In one volume. Specially selected for the Tauchnitz Edition by Edward Waldo Emerson. Leipzig: Tauchnitz, 1915. Reviewed by B. Fehr in Anglia Beibl., Aug. 1922, XXXIII, 168.

1953. Essays and Poems. With an Introduction by STUART P. SHERMAN. New York: Harcourt, Brace and Co., 1921. 17.5 cm. pp. xlv, 525. Reviewed in Lit. Review, Feb. 18, 1922, p. 435. ARMSTRONG, T. PERCY. See under Johnson, Samuel.

1954. FOERSTER, NORMAN. Emerson as Poet of Nature. Publ. Mod. Lang. Assoc. of America, Sept. 1922, XXXVII, 599–614.

1955. PAYNE, LEONIDAS WARREN, Jr. Poe and Emerson. Texas Review, Oct. 1921, VII, 54-69.

1956. SNIDER, DENTON JAQUES. A Biography of Ralph Waldo Emerson, Set Forth as His Life Essay. St Louis: The William Harvey Miner Co., Inc. 1921. 17.5 cm. pp. [iv], 384.

1957. USTICK, W. LEE. Emerson's Debt to Montaigne. Washington Univ. Studies, Hum. Ser., Apr. 1922, IX, 245–62.

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Field, Michael (pseud.). 1960. STURGEON, MARY. Michael Field. Harrap. Cr. 8vo. pp. 246. 6s. Reviewed in Contemp. Review, Sept. 1922, CXXII, 408; by Caleb Reade in Lit. Review, Sept. 23, 1922, P. 44. Fiske, Daniel Willard. 1961. Memorials of Willard Fiske. Collected by his Literary Executor, Horatio S. White. Boston: Richard G. Badger, 1920-2. 21.5 cm. 3 vols. Reviewed by Clark S. Northup in The Cornell Alumni News, Nov. 4, 1920, Mar. 10, 1921, Aug. 1922, XXIII, 75, 286–7, xxiv, 476.

Fitzgerald, Edward. 1962. Unpublished Letters to Bernard Barton, the Quaker Poet. Scribner's, Aug.-Sept. 1922, LXXII, 161–70, 326–32. Illus.

1963. NICHOLSON, Reynold A. (ed.). Omar Khayyam: translated by Edward Fitzgerald. Black, 1922. Cr. 8vo. pp. 142. 5s.

Fowler, Warde. 1964. HENDERSON, BERNARD W. Warde Fowler: A Sketch. Fort. Review, Jan. 1922, n.s., no. 661, pp. 148–53. Freeman, Edward Augustus. 1965. HUTTON, WILLIAM HOLDEN (Dean of Winchester). Edward Augustus Freeman: a Centenary Remembrance. Cornhill, Mar. 1922, n.s., no. 309, pp. 288–301.

Freeman, Mrs Mary E. Wilkins. 1966. CONSTant Reader (pseud.). A New England Nun. Lit. Review, July 22, 1922, p. 823.

Frere, John Hookham. 1967. WALLER, Ross D. "The Monks and the Giants." T.L.S., Corr., Sept. 14, 1922.

Fuller, Henry Blake. 1968. VAN VECHTEN, CARL. Henry Blake Fuller. The Double Dealer, June 1922, III, 289–99.

Galt, John. 1969. ROUGHEAD, WILLIAM. A Galt Manuscript. T.L.S., Corr., Oct. 19, 1922.

Garland, Hamlin. 1970. HAWTHORNE, HILDEGARDE. A Middle West Chronicler. New York Times Book Review, July 30, 1922, p. 10. Port. See further under Twentieth Century.

Gaskell, Mrs. 1971. SCHMIDT, ELISABETH. Mrs. Gaskell als Vorläuferin von George Eliot. MS Diss., Jena, 1920 (1921). 4to. (2to.). pp. v, 114. Summary in Phil. Fak. Jena, Verzeichnis der Diss., 1920, 1. Gilbert and Sullivan. 1972. BARING, MAURICE. Gilbert and Sullivan. Fort. Review, Sept. 1922, n.s., no. 669, PP. 422–36.

Gilbert, W. S. 1973. ROWLAND-BROWN, H. The Gilbertian Idea. Cornhill, Apr. 1922, n.s., no. 310, pp. 503-12.

1974. ROWLAND-BROWN, H. and GREY, ROWLAND. The W. S. Gilbert of his own Letters. Cornhill, Feb. 1922, n.s., no. 308, pp. 159–76. Gilder, Richard Watson. 1975. VAN REUSSELAER, Mrs SCHUYLER. Richard Watson Gilder-Personal Memories. The Outlook, Mar. 8, 1922, CXXX, 376-7. Port.

Gissing, George. 1976. ALDEN, STANLEY. George Gissing, Humanist. North Amer. Review, Sept. 1922, CCXVI, 364-77.

1977. OSBORN, E. B. A Dismal Dickens. Morning Post, Oct. 6, 1922; Living Age, Nov. 11, 1922, CCCXV, 361–3.

1978. YATES, MAY. George Gissing: an Appreciation. London: Longmans, 1922. $2 and 6s. Reviewed by John Macy in The Nation, Dec. 6, 1922, cxv, 620; in Sat. Review, Oct. 14, 1922, CXXXIV, 550; by J. B. Priestley in Mercury, Dec. 1922, VII, 214-15.

Gladstone, William Ewart. 1979. CHIESA, MARY TIBALDI. Omero e Gladstone. With a preface by Professor Ettore Romagnoli. Bologna: N. Zanichelli; London: Truslove and Hanson. 15 1. Shortly reviewed in T.L.S., July 6, 1922.

Godwin, Mary Wollstonecraft. 1980. PEABODY, JOSEPHINE PRESTON. Portrait of Mrs W. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co., 1922. 19.5 cm. pp. ix, [2], 150. Front. (port.). $1.75. Reviewed by O. W. Firkins in Yale Review, Oct. 1922, XII, 195; by William Rose Benét in Lit. Review, June 24, 1922, p. 755; by Katharine Anthony in The New Republic, Aug. 23, 1922, XXXI, 367; by R. A. P. in The Freeman, Sept. 20, 1922, VI, 46; by William S. Braithwaite in The Boston Transcript, Apr. 29, 1922, p. 7; in The Springfield Republican, May 14, 1922, p. 7 a.

Godwin, William. 1981. ALlen, Beverly SPRAGUE. William Godwin's Influence upon John Thelwall. Publ. Mod. Lang. Assoc. of America, Dec. 1922, XXXVII, 662–82.

Gregg, Josiah. 1982. MORRISON, A. J. Commerce of the Prairies and Dr Gregg. Texas Review, Oct. 1921, VII, 36–42.

Guiney, Louise Imogen. 1983. Letters to Dora Sigerson (Mrs Clement K. Shorter) and to Mr Shorter. Edited by MICHAEL Earls, S.J. The Bookman, Apr., Aug. 1922, LV, 163-9, 591–6.

1984. BROWN, ALICE. Louise Imogen Guiney. (Bibl. 1921, 1500.) New York: Macmillan, 1921. Reviewed in The Dial, Mar. 1922, LXXII, 326; by William Rose Benét in Lit. Review, Apr. 29, 1922, p. 623; illus., p. 619; by Norreys Jephson O'Conor in New York Times Book Review, Aug. 13, 1922, p. 6; in The Catholic World, Mar. 1922, CXIV, 826-7.

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1987. The Mayor of Casterbridge: a Story of a Man of Character. With an Introd. by J. F. A. Pyre. [Ed. for Educational Use by W. T. BREWSTER.] (Harper's Modern Classics.) New York: Harper, 1922. 18.5 cm. pp. xxviii, 405. Front. (port.), map. $1.

1988. ANDERSON, JOHN D. Hardy, First of Moderns. New York Times Book Review, May 28, 1922, p. 10.

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1990. BEACH, Joseph Warren. The Technique of Thomas Hardy. Chicago: Univ. of Chicago Press, 1922. 20 cm. pp. ix, 255. $2.50. Reviewed by John Macy in The Nation, Dec. 6, 1922, cxv, 620–1; in The Harvard Graduates' Mag., Dec. 1922, XXXI, 289–90; by E. F. Edgett in The Boston Transcript, Oct. 18, 1922, p. 6.

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