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772. DURHAM, WILLARD HIGLEY. The Sense of Sentimentalism. Lit. Review, Apr. 1, 1922, pp. 541-2.

773. EASTMAN, MAX. The Sense of Humor. (Bibl. 1921, 378.) New York: Scribner, 1921. $2. Reviewed in The Dial, Mar. 1922, LXXII, 327; by Irwin Edman in The Nation, Mar. 29, 1922, CXIV, 373; by Richard Le Gallienne in New York Times Book Review, Feb. 19, 1922, pp. 9, 27.

774. EGAN, MAURICE FRANCIS. Confessions of a Book-Lover. New York: Doubleday, Page and Co., 1922. 21 cm. pp. [viii], 249. $2.50. Reviewed by Arthur Colton in Lit. Review, Dec. 2, 1922, p. 261; by John Macy in The Nation, Dec. 6, 1922, cxv, 621; in The Freeman, Oct. 11, 1922, VI, 118–19; in The Boston Transcript, Oct. 4, 1922, p. 6; in New York Times Book Review, Nov. 5, 1922, pp. 8, 22.

775. ENOCH, HELEN M. A Literary Pitfall. Contemp. Review, April 1922, CXXI, 496–501.

776. ERMATINGER, EMIL. Das dichterische Kunstwerk: Grundbegriffe der Urteilsbildung in der Literaturgeschichte. Leipzig: Teubner, 1921. Reviewed by Charles B. Wilson in Philol. Quarterly, July 1922, 1, 236–8.

777. ERSKINE, JOHN. The Literary Discipline. North Amer. Review, Nov.-Dec. 1922, CCxvi, 577–91, 735–49. (To be continued.) Spotlight or Fame? The Bookman, July 1922, LV, 449–51. Teaching Literature: Chapter Two. The Bookman, Sept. 1922, LVI, I-7.

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780. FIRKINS, OSCAR W. The Ethics of Taste. Yale Review, Jan. 1922, n.s., XI, 367–77.

781. FORD, JAMES L. Forty Odd Years in the Literary Shop. (Bibl. 1921, 389.) New York: Dutton, 1921. Reviewed in North Amer. Review, Jan. 1922, CCXV, 141-2; by Arthur Bartlett Maurice in The Bookman, Jan. 1922, LIV, 484–5; in T.L.S., Aug. 3, 1922 (under Literary). 782. FREUD, SIGMUND. Wit and its Relation to the Unconscious. Authorised English ed. With Introduction by A. A. Brill. Kegan Paul, 1922. 8vo. pp. 397. 12s. 6d.

783. FRITZ, CHARLES F. A Brief Review of the Chief Periods in the History of Oratory. Quart. Journ. of Speech Education, Feb. 1922, VIII, 26–48.

GAYLEY, CHARLES MILLS. See No. 763.

GOSSE, EDMUND W. The Continuity of Literature. The Times, May 27, 1922; Living Age, July 8, 1922, CCCXIV, 104-6. See also under English Association.

784. GRAHAM, STEPHEN. America as Material for Literature. Contemp. Review, May 1922, CXXI, 587–90. See also No. 583.

785. GREENWOOD, Sir GEORGE. "Literary Recreations." Engl. Review, Sept. 1922, XXXV, 217-31.

786. HARPER, GEORGE MCLEAN. Dreams and Memories. Princeton: Univ. Press; London: Milford, 1922. 6s. 6d. Reviewed in T.L.S., July 13, 1922.

787. HARRIS, FRANK. Contemporary Portraits. (Bibl. 1921, 401.) Third Series. New York: The Author, 1921. Reviewed by Frederick W. Wilson in Lit. Review, Apr. 29, 1922, p. 621.

788. HARRISON, FREDERIC. An Unabashed Victorian. The Times, Apr. 7, 1922; Living Age, May 20, 1922, CCCXIII, 489–91.

789. HASKINS, CHARLES H. Some Early Treatises on Falconry. Romanic Review, Jan.-Mar. 1922, XIII, 18-27.

790. HEWLETT, MAURICE. Beginnings: a Literary Study. Cornhill, Jan. 1922, no. 307, n.s., pp. 120–8.

791. HOLMES, MABEL DODGE. The Poet as Philosopher. (Bibl. 1921, 412.) Philadelphia: The Univ. of Pennsylvania, 1921. Reviewed in Lit. Review, Aug. 12, 1922, p. 874.

792. HUBBELL, JAY BROADUS. On Southern Literature. Texas Review, Oct. 1921, VII, 8–16.

793. JACKSON, HOLBROOK. Occasions. London: Grant Richards; New York: Scribner, 1922. 19.4 cm. pp. 197. 7s. 6d. Includes: Bookmen; The Uses of Books; Of Cheerful Books; On Reading Aloud. Reviewed in T.L.S., Dec. 7, 1922.

JOHNSON, MERLE and HOPKINS, F. M. American First Editions. See under Bibliography.

794. LANGENFELT, GÖSTA. Det brittiska imperiets koloniala litteraturer. Stockholm, 1922. Vår Tid (Årsbok utgiven av samfundet De Nio), pp. 155–90.

795. LASKI, HAROLD J. to Bentham. Holt, 1922.

Political Thought in England: from Locke 18mo. 6 × 41. PP. 253. 3s. 6d.

796. LEWIS, SINCLAIR. A Review of Reviewers. Lit. Digest Internat. Book Review, Dec. 1922, 1, 9-10, 70, 72. Illus.

797. LEWISOHN, LUDWIG. The Creative Life. Lit. Review, Aug. 5, 1922, pp. 849–50.

798. LOEWENBERG, J. The Idea of Mutability in Literature. The Univ. of California Chronicle, Apr. 1922, XXIV, 129–51.

799. LOFTING, HUGH. Am I Old-Fashioned? Lit. Review, Sept. 16, 1922, p. 27.

800. LOVEJOY, Arthur O. Reply to Professor Babbitt. Mod. Lang. Notes, May 1922, XXXVII, 268–74.

801. LYND, ROBERT. The Art of Letters. (Bibl. 1920, x, 423; 1921, 562.) Reviewed by Vida D. Scudder in Yale Review, Apr. 1922, n.s., XI, 651; by G. H. Clarke in Sewanee Review, July-Sept. 1922, XXX, 362–3.

802. MCCUTCHEON, ROGER PHILIP. The Beginnings of BookReviewing in English Periodicals. Publ. Mod. Lang. Assoc. of America, Dec. 1922, XXXVII, 691-706.

803. MCKENNA, STEPHEN. Idéströmningar inom den moderna engelska litteraturen. Stockholm, 1922. Ord och Bild, pp. 581-98. 804. MASON, LAWRENCE. Reviewing Reviewed. Lit. Review, Oct. 21, 1922, pp. 121–2.

805. MATTHEWS, BRANDER. The Anglo-Saxon Myth. New York Times Book Review, July 2, 1922, p. 11.

806.

The Golden Fleeces of Literature. New York Times

Book Review, Jan. 15, 1922, p. 2. Illus.

807.

A Round-Up of Quotations. New York Times Book Review, May 28, 1922, p. 2.

808.

Second-Hand Situations. New York Times Book Re

view, Aug. 13, 1922, pp. 2, 23.

809.

More Second-Hand Situations. New York Times Book Review, Sept. 3, 1922, p. 5.

810. The Tocsin of Revolt, and Other Essays. New York: Scribner, 1922. 8vo. pp. 295. $2; 10s. 6d. Contents: The Tocsin of Revolt. The Duty of the Intellectuals. The Dwelling of a DayDream. What is American Literature? The Centenary of a Question. American Aphorisms. A Plea for the Platitude. On the Length of Cleopatra's Nose. Concerning Conversation. The Gentle Art of Repartee. Cosmopolitan Cookery. On Working Too Much and Working Too Fast. The Modernity of Molière. Theodore Roosevelt as a Man of Letters. Memories of Mark Twain. Reviewed by Charles Leonard Moore in Lit. Review, Oct. 21, 1922, p. 125; by Burton Rascoe in The Bookman, Oct. 1922, LVI, 222–3; by L. L. in The Nation, Nov. 22, 1922, CXV, 553-4; by E. L. Pearson in The Independent, Oct. 14, 1922, CIX, 204; by Stuart P. Sherman in New York Times Book Review, Oct. 29, 1922, p. 8; by Burton Rascoe in The New York Tribune, Oct. 8, 1922, p. 8; in The Springfield Republican, Oct. 29, 1922, p. 7 a; in T.L.S. (Literary), Nov. 2, 1922.

811. MEIER, LAURA A. Natural Study of Literature. The English Journ., May 1922, XI, 261–71.

812. MENCKEN, HENRY Louis. Prejudices. Third Series. New York: Knopf, 1922. 19.5 cm. pp. 328. $2.50. Reviewed by Leonard Bacon in Lit. Review, Dec. 2, 1922, pp. 261-2; by J. M. in The Nation, Oct. 25, 1922, CXV, 441; by Lloyd Morris in New York Times Book Review, Dec. 31, 1922, p. 7; in The Independent, Oct. 28, 1922, CIX, 248; by Robert Littell in The New Republic, Nov. 29, 1922, XXXIII, sup. 9.

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813. MERRIAM, CHARLES EDWARD. American Political Ideals. (Bibl. 1921, 1354.) Reviewed by Edgar Dawson in The Historical Outlook, Oct. 1921, XII, 254; by William K. Boyd in The South Atlantic Quarterly, Jan. 1922, XXI, 89–90.

814. MILLER, MADELEINE SWEENY. The Studies of Some Famous Folks. Methodist Review, July-Aug. 1922, cv, 593–603. [Scott, Shakespeare, Hawthorne, Burroughs, Irving, James M. Buckley, John Wesley, and others.]

815. MONAHAn, Michael. An Attic Dreamer. New York: M. Kennerley, 1922. 12mo. pp. xiv, 333. $2.50. A series of essays.

816. MUIR, EDWIN. North and South. The Freeman, Nov. 15-29, 1922, VI, 226–8, 249-51, 273-5.

817. MUIRHEAD, JAMES F. Must American Literature Defy Its Traditions? The Independent, Mar. 18, 1922, CVIII, 269–70.

818. MURRAY, GILBERT. Tradition and Progress. Boston: Houghton, Mifflin Co., 1922. 22.5 cm. pp. 221. $3 net. Includes: Poesis and Mimesis; Literature as Revolution. (See also Bibl. 1921, 462.) Reviewed in The Dial, Sept. 1922, LXXIII, 355; in North Amer. Review, May 1922, CCXV, 716-17; by Thomas Shaw Bosworth in Lit. Review, Apr. 15, 1922, p. 582; by Richard Le Gallienne in New York Times Book Review, Feb. 26, 1922, pp. 3, 27; by David Savile Murzey in The Standard, July 1922, IX, 27-8; by Temple Scott in The Freeman, July 26, 1922, V, 476–7; in The Survey, Apr. 1, 1922, XLVIII, 24. 819. NEWTON, ALFRED EDWARD. A Magnificent Farce and Other Diversions of a Book Collector. Boston: The Atlantic Monthly Co., 1921. 21.5 cm. pp. xxii, 268. Illus. $4. Reviewed by Capt. David W. Bone in Lit. Review, June 24, 1922, p. 756; by Sidney Williams in The Bookman, Jan. 1922, LIV, 478–9.

ORAGE, A. R. Readers and Writers, 1917-21. See under Twentieth Century: General.

820. OSBORN, EDWARD BOLLAND. Literature and Life. New York: Dutton, 1922. Reviewed in North Amer. Review, Nov. 1922, CCXVI, 714-15; by Joseph W. Krutch in The Nation, Oct. 4, 1922, CXV, 339.

821. PARSONS, FLORENCE MARY. Meals in Memoirs. Nineteenth Century, Apr. 1922, XCI, 659-69.

822. PATTON, CARL SAFFORD. The Buying of Books. The Atlantic Monthly, Feb. 1922, CXXIX, 198–205.

823. PAULL, H. M. Unconscious Plagiarism. Cornhill, Oct. 1922, no. 316, n.s., pp. 484–92.

824. PECKHAM, H. HOUSTON. Do We Need More Literature? The South Atlantic Quarterly, July 1922, XXI, 270–4.

825. PIERCE, Frederick ErastUS. The Destructibility of Literary Genius. Yale Review, Oct. 1922, n.s., XII, 110-16.

826. PITKIN, WALTER B. Taste, Style, and Teachers. The Freeman, Aug. 16, 1922, V, 540-2.

827. POWER, WILLIAM. The World Unvisited. Glasgow: Gowans and Gray. 8 × 51. pp. 250. 7s. 6d.

828. PRESCOTT, F. C. The Poetic Mind. Macmillan. 9s. Reviewed by J. B. Priestley in Mercury, Jan. 1923, VII, 324–5.

829. REED, RAOUL. Psycho-Analysis in Literature. The Freeman, Aug. 2, 1922, V, 490–1.

830. SAINTSBURY, GEORGE. Dullness. Criterion, Oct. 1922, 1, 1–15. 831. A Scrap Book. London: Macmillan, 1922. Cr. 8vo. 7 × 5. pp. 315. 7s. 6d. Reviewed in T.L.S., Nov. 30, 1922; in Sat. Review, Dec. 9, 1922, CXXXIV, 882.

832. SANTAYANA, GEORGE. Soliloquies in England, and Later Soliloquies. New York: Scribner; London: Constable. 8vo. pp. viii, 264. $3.50; 12s. Reviewed in T.L.S., June 8, 1922; in The New Statesman, June 24, 1922, XIX, 325; in The Nation-Athen., July 1, 1922, XXXI, 474; by Lloyd R. Morris in New York Times Book

Review, Aug. 13, 1922, p. 8; by Henry Longan Stuart in The Freeman, Oct. 25, 1922, VI, 164-5; by Burton Rascoe in The New York Tribune, June 18, 1922, p. 5; in The Springfield Republican, July 1, 1922, p. 8.

833. SCHWOB, MARCEL. Euvres. 1. Spicilège. Paris: Merc. de France, 1921. 13 × 20 cm. pp. 241. 12 fr. Contents: R. L. Stevenson, G. Meredith.

834. SEDLÁČEK, FRANT. Zrození gentlemana. (The Rise of the Idea of Gentleman.) Lumír, XLIX, 1922, 490-5, 523-38.

835. SHEEHAN, PATRICK AUGUSTINE. The Literary Life and Other Essays. New York: Kennedy, 1922. 19.5 cm. pp. [viii], 203. $2.25. Contents: The Literary Life. Optimism in Literature. Optimism in Daily Life. An Unpublished Preface. Catholic Literary Criticism. The American Report on Irish Education. The Irish Priesthood and Politics. The Dawn of the Century. Non-Dogmatic Religion. The Moonlight of Memory. Lenten Time in Doneraile.

836. SHERMAN, STUART PRATT. American Style. The Bookman, Nov. 1922, LVI, 257—.

837. SLOSSON, EDWIN EMERY and DOWNEY, JUNE ETTA. Plots and Personalities: a New Method of Testing and Training the Creative Imagination. New York: The Century Co., 1922. 19.5 cm. pp. [vi], 238. $1.75. Reviewed by Brander Matthews in New York Times Book Review, Aug. 6, 1922, p. 2; by L. B. in The Freeman, Aug. 16, 1922, V, 550; by E. L. Pearson in The Independent, June 10, 1922, CVIII, 522; in The Springfield Republican, June 2, 1922, p. 10.

838. SNYDER, FRANKLYN BLISS. The Classic and the Best Seller. Methodist Review, Mar.-Apr. 1922, CV, 227–39.

839. SQUIRE, J. C. [pseud. 'SOLOMON EAGLE']. Essays at Large. [Reprinted from "The Outlook."] Hodder and Stoughton, 1922. 7 × 5. pp. xii, 211. 75. 6d.

840.

Life and Letters. (Bibl. 1920, x, 460.) Reviewed by Vida D. Scudder in Yale Review, Apr. 1922, n.s., XI, 648-50.

841. SWINNERTON, FRANK. Authors and Advertising. The Bookman, July 1922, LV, 461–5.

842. TILBY, A. WYATT. The Best Seller Problem. Edinb. Review, July 1922, Vol. 236, No. 481, pp. 88–98.

TINKER, CHAUNCEY BREWSTER. Nature's Simple Plan. See under Eighteenth Century: General.

843. VAN DOORN, WILLEM. Fruit from the Golden Bough. English Studies, June 1922, IV, 81-93. Deals mainly with Sir James Frazer's Golden Bough, and other books on allied subjects.

844. VAN DOREN, CARL. Creative Reading. The Nation, Apr. 19, 1922, CXIV, 470.

845.

CXIV, 598.

The Revenge of the Bards. The Nation, May 17, 1922,

846. WALKER, CHARLES R., Jr. What the Worker Reads. The Bookman, Jan. 1922, LIV, 417-21.

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