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1842. UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO POETRY CLUB. Collected Verse. With Introd. by Robert Morss Lovett. Chicago: Covici-McGee Co., 1923. 20.5 cm. pp. xvi, 99. $2.50.

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1844. WRIGHT, S. FOWLER (ed.). From Overseas: an Anthology of contemporary Dominions and Colonial Verse. Merton Press, 1924. 7×5. pp. 168. 3s. 6d.

1845. YATES, MAY. A Lancashire Anthology. Intr. Wilfrid Gibson. Liverpool: Univ. Press; London: Hodder and Stoughton. IOS. 6d. Rev. in Nation-Athen., Jan. 23, 1924, XXXIV, 17, 614.

General. 1847. BOURGEOIS, MAURICE. Le mouvement littéraire d'après-guerre aux Etats-Unis. Comœdia, juillet 19, 1924.

1848. BOYNTON, PERCY HOLMES. Some Contemporary Americans: the Personal Equation in Literature. Chicago: Univ. of Chicago Press, 1924. 19 cm. pp. ix, 289. $2.

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1853. DANE, CLEMENCE. Westward Ho! for the New Literature. Internat. Book Rev., July 1924, II, 573-5.

1854. DESMOND, SHAW. The Irish Renaissance. Outlook, Oct. 15, 1924, CXXXVIII, 247-9.

1855. DOUGLAS, A. DONALD. The New Romance. New Republic, July 16, 1924, XXXIX, 217–18.

1856. DRINKWATER, JOHN. The Public and Literature: the Direc

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1858. GOBLET, Y. M. Le mouvement littéraire en Irlande. La Vie des Peuples, avril 1924.

1859. GOULD, GERALD. Some of our Humorists. Bookman (Lond.), Oct. 1924, LXVII, I−4.

1860. HARRIS, FRANK. Contemporary Portraits. Fourth Series. Richards, 1924. 81 × 51. PP. 310. 10s. 6d. (Cf. Bibl. 1923, 2389.) Rev. in T.L.S., Jan. 24, 1924; cf. Max Beerbohm, ib., Corr., Feb. 28, 1924; in Mercury, Mar. 1924, IX, 53, 551; in Nation-Athen., Feb. 2, 1924, XXXIV, 18, 639–40.

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1863. PHELPS, WILLIAM LYON. AS I Like It. 2nd Series. New York: Scribner, 1924. 19.5 cm. pp. xvii, 282. $2. Reprinted from Scribner's Mag., Sept. 1923-Aug. 1924.

1864. PRIESTLEY, J. B. Figures in Modern Literature. Lane, 1924. `9 × 5. pp. 221. 7s. 6d. Contents::—1. Mr Arnold Bennett, pp. 3–30. 2. Mr De La Mare, pp. 31–54. 3. Mr Maurice Hewlett, pp. 55–76. 4. Mr A. E. Housman, pp. 77–102. 5. Mr W. W. Jacobs, pp. 10323. 6. Mr Robert Lynd, pp. 124-43. 7. Mr George Saintsbury, pp. 144–64. 8. Mr George Santayana, pp. 165–87. 9. Mr J. C. Squire, pp. 188–215. Rev. in T.L.S., Sept. 18, 1924; in Nation-Athen., Sept. 27, 1924, XXXV, 26, 782–4.

1865. SAURAT, DENIS. Le groupe de la Renaissance Ecossaise. Rev. Anglo-Amér., avril 1924, PP. 295–307.

1866. SELDES, GILBERT. The Seven Lively Arts. New York: Harper, 1924. 24 cm. pp. xii, 398. Illus. $4. Rev. by Walter Prichard Eaton in Atlantic Mo., July 1924, CXXXIV.

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1871. CARROLL, SYDNEY W. Some Dramatic Opinions. London: F. V. White, 1924. 7 × 51. pp. 316. 4s. 6d.

1872. ERVINE, ST JOHN G. The Organised Theatre: a plea in civics. Allen and Unwin, 1924. 8 × 54. pp. 213. 7s. 6d. Rev. in New Statesman, Sept. 27, 1924, XXIII, 597, 710; in Nation-Athen., Aug. 16, 1924, XXXV, 20, 621-2.

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1878. MANTLE, Burns (ed.). The Best Plays of 1922-1923. Bird, 1924. Cr. 8vo. pp. 610. 10s. 6d.

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1880. MATTHEWS, BACHE. A History of the Birmingham Repertory Theatre. Chatto and Windus, 1924. 8× 5. pp. 266. Illus. 7s. 6d. 1881. MATTHEWS, BRANDER. Rip Van Winkle Goes to the Play. Scribner's, Nov. 1924, LXXVI, 548-53.

1882. MORGAN, A. E. Tendencies of Modern English Drama. Constable, 1924. 9 × 6. pp. 320. 10s. 6d. Rev. in T.L.S., May 29, 1924.

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1886. SUTTON, GRAHAM. Some Contemporary Dramatists. Parsons, 1924. 71 × 5. pp. 213. 7s. 6d.

1887. VERNON, FRANK. Modern Stage Production. London: 'The Stage' Office, 1923. 8vo. pp. xii, 99. 3s. 6d.

1888. The Twentieth-Century Theatre. With an introduction by JOHN DRINKWATER. Harrap, 1924. 71 × 5. pp. 164. 5s. 1889. WILSON, EDMUND. American Comedy. New Republic, June 18, 1924, XXXIX, 103.

1890. WRIGHT, CAINE D. High Lights on Amateur Drama Throughout the United States. Engl. Jour., Feb. 1924, XIII, 125–8.

Fiction. 1891. COLUM, MARY M. Some New Irish Novels. New Republic, July 2, 1924, XXXIX, 163–4.

1892. GOULD, GERALD. The English Novel of To-day. Castle, 1924. 75. PP. 224. 7s. 6d.

1893. KOLARS, MARY B. Some Recent Fiction. Cath. World, Feb. 1924, CXVIII, 605-12.

MURRY, JOHN MIDDLETON. The Break-Up of the Novel. See 436. 1894. SCHIRMER, Walter F. Der Englische Roman der Neuesten Zeit. (Bibl. 1923, 2444.) Rev. by F. Asanger in Literaturblatt, JulySept. 1924, XLV, 221–2; by Fritz Karpf in N. Sprachen, July-Sept. 1924, XXXII, 317–18; by A. C. E. Vechtman-Veth in Museum, Aug.– Sept. 1924, XXXI, 306–9; by S. B. Liljegren in E. St., 1924, LVIII, 439-52.

1895. WARD, ALFRED C. Aspects of the Modern Short Story, English and American. Univ. of London Press, 1924. 8× 51. PP. 307. 7s. 6d.

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1898. MAYNARD, THEODORE. Our Best Poets: English and American. Brentano, 1924. 7 × 5. pp. xxi, 233. 7s. 6d. Contents:— Part 1. 1. G. K. Chesterton, pp. 3–16. 2. Alice Meynell, pp. 17–28. 3. Charles Williams, pp. 29–42. 4. Walter de la Mare, pp. 43–54. 5. Ralph Hodgson, pp. 55–66. 6. W. B. Yeats, pp. 67–83. 7. Hilaire Belloc, pp. 84-93. 8. J. C. Squire, pp. 94–106. 9. W. H. Davies, pp. 107-15. 10. Lascelles Abercrombie, pp. 116–27. 11. Laurence Binyon, pp. 128–38. 12. John Masefield, pp. 139–50. Part II. 1. E. Arlington Robinson, pp. 153-68. 2. Robert Frost, pp. 169–93. 3. Amy Lowell, Carl Sandburg, and Edgar Lee Masters, pp. 194–215. 4. William Rose and Stephen Vincent Benét, Sara Teasdale, Edna St Vincent Millay and Ridgely Torrence, pp. 216-33.

1899. MONROE, HARRIET. The Free-Verse Movement in America. Engl. Jour., Dec. 1924, XIII, 691–705.

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