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Periodical Columns

 

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  • "Review of The House in Clewe Street by Mary Lavin, Early Britain by Jacquetta Hawkes, Stories of the Forties edited by Reginald Moore and Woodrow Wyatt, and Early Morning Murder by Miles Burton.” Tatler 178 (14 Nov. 1945): 214, 222.
     
  • “Review of Cannery Row by John Steinbeck and The Film and the Future.” Tatler 178 (28 Nov. 1945): 280, 284; “Review of Ego 7 by James Agate, Curious Relations by William D’Arfey and edited by William Plomer, and Peony by Keith West.”  Tatler  178 (5 Dec. 1945): 311, 316.
     
  • “Review of The Gazeboby D. A. Ponsonby, Farewell Camp 12 by Brigadier James Hargest, First Impressions by Isobel Strachey, and I’ll Say She Dies by Peter Cheyney.”  Tatler 178 (12 Dec. 1945): 342, 348.
     
  • “Review of West Country Stories by A. L. Rowse, Only Ghosts Can Live by Guy Morgan, and The Only Paradise by Kathleen Hewitt.”  Tatler 178 (19 Dec. 1945): 375, 380.
     
  • “Review of The Readiness Is All by G. P. Griggs, Flemish Painting edited by Emile Cammaerts, The Weak and the Strong by Gerald Kirsh, and Marshmallow by Clare Turlay.”  Tatler 178 (26 Dec. 1945): 406, 412.
     
  • “Review of London Belongs to Me by Norman Collins, Bedelia by Vera Caspary, and The Guilds of the City of London by Sir Ernst Pealey.”  Tatler 179 (2 Jan. 1946): 23, 28.
     
  • “Review of Livingstone’s Last Jounrney by Sir Reginald Coupland, Transit Visa by Anna Seghers, and In These Five Years by Daphne Nixon.”  Tatler 179 (9 Jan. 1946):  55, 60.
     
  • “Review of Another World Than This by V. Sackville-West and Harold Nicolson, and The Battle of the Narrow Seas by Lt. Cdr. Peter Scott, and Flemish Painting pref. by J. B. Manson.”  Tatler 179 (16 Jan. 1946): 87, 92.
     
  • “Review of The Condemned Playground by Cyril Connolly and Miss Bunting by Angela Thirkell.”  Tatler 179 (23 Jan. 1946): 116, 124.
     
  • “Review of The Pursuit of Love by Nancy Mitford, The Leaning Tower by Katherine Anne Porter, and Madame Sarah by May Agate.”  Tatler 179 (30 Jan. 1946): 152, 156.
     
  • “Review of B.B.C. War Report by Desmond Hawkins and Donald Boyd, Carp Country by Elisabeth Kyle, and The Way to Cook by Philip Harben.”  Tatler 179 (13 March 1946): 343, 348.
     
  • “Review of The Harp and the Oak by Hugh Massingham, Critical Essays by George Orwell, The Clock Strikes Twelve by Patricia Wentworth, and The Beauty of Women by Clifford Bax.”  Tatler 179 (20 March 1946): 374 – 75.
     
  • “Review of Georgian London by John Summerson, The Black Eye by Conyth Little, and English Rivers and Canals by Frank Eyre and Charles Hadfield.”  Tatler 179 (27 March 1946): 406 – 07, 412.
     
  • “Review of The Umbrella Thorn by Peter De Polnay, Titus Groan by Mervyn Peake, and Sallypark by Margaret Hasset.”  Tatler 180 (3 April 1946): 22 – 23, 28.
     
  • “Review of An Indian Album and Chinese Album intro. by Cecil Beaton, Three by William Sansom, and The Innocents of Paris by Gilbert Cesbron.”  Tatler 180 (10 April 1946): 55, 60.
     
  • “Review of The Gipsy’s Babyby Rosamund Lehmann, and Cass Timberlane by Sinclair Lewis.”  Tatler 180 (17 April 1946): 87, 92.
     
  •  “Review of A Woman of the Pharisees by Françoise Mauriac, So Few Got Through: The Diary of an Infantry Officer by Lt. Col. Martin Lindsay, and Towards an Appreciation of Literature by Frank O’Connor.”  Tatler 180 (24 April 1946): 122 – 124.
     
  • “Review of Shelley: A Life Story by Edmund Blundon.”  Tatler 180 (1 May 1946): 151, 156; “Review of Lost Moorings by G. Simenon, trans. by Stuart Gilbert, The New School Tie by G. C. T. Giles, Be Beautiful by Jean Cleland, and Death and the Dear Girls by Jonathan Stagge.”  Tatler 180 (7 May 1946): 183, 188.
     
  • “Review of La Princesse de Clèves by Madame de Lafayette, Manon Lescaut by Abbe Prévost, Les Liaisons Dangereuses by Choderlos de Laclos, and La Duchesse de Langeais by Honoré de Balzac.” Tatler 180 (15 May 1946): 215, 220.
     
  • “Review of Then and Now by Somerset Maugham, None Shall Know by Martha Albrand, The Wolf at the Door by Michael Barsley, and Houses: Permanence and Prefabrication by Hugh Anthony.”  Tatler 180 (22 May 1946): 247, 252.
     
  • “Review of A Star Danced by Gertrude Lawrence, How Small a Part of Time by Magdalen King-Hall, Merchant Airmen by Ministry of Information, and With a Bare Bodkin by Cyril Hare.”  Tatler 180 (29 May 1946):  278 – 79.
  • "Review of The Moonlight by Joyce Cary, Henry Ford: A Biography by William Adams Simonds, and Village Affairs by Roger Armfelt.”  Tatler 180 (5 June 1946): 310 – 11, 316.
     
  • “Review of Marjory Fleming  by Oriel Malet, Penguin New Writing edited by John Lehmann, The Garden by Vita Sackville-West, and Trees in Britain by Alexander L. Howard.”  Tatler 180 (12 June 1946): 342 – 43.
     
  • “Review of That Lady by Kate O’Brien, Four Quartets Rehearsed by Raymond Preston, and Mrs. Privett by Lionel Bonsey.”  Tatler 180 (19 June 1946): 374 – 75.
     
  • “Review of Around Cinemas by James Agate, Peggy Windsor and the American Soldier by Frank Tilsley, and Anna Collett by Barbara Lucas.”  Tatler 180 (26 June 1946): 406 – 07.
     
  • “Review of A History of Trinity College Dublin by Constantia Maxwell, My Life Line by Phyllis Bottome, Oak Leaves and Lavender by Sean O’Casey, and Flowing Water by Patrick Stevenson.”  Tatler 181 (3 July 1946):  22 – 23.
     
  • “Review of The Patchwork Book: An Omnibus for Children by Marghanita Laski, Winter Meeting by Ethel Vance, Auto-da-Fé by Elias Cavetti, and British Garden Flowers by George M. Taylor.”  Tatler 181 (10 July 1946): 54 – 55.
     
  • “Review of The Cruise of the Breadwinner.”  Tatler 181 (17 July 1946): 86 – 87.
     
  • “Review of The Outsider by Albert Camus and trans. by Stuart Gilbert, The Road of Excess by Terence De Vere White, The Late Mrs. Prisleau by Peter Davies, and The Pen is Mightier edited by J. J. Lynx.”  Tatler 181 (24 July 1946): 118 – 19.
     
  • “Review of The Merry Wives of Westminster by Mrs. Belloc Lowndes, Pro by Bruce Hamilton, Time Exposure by Cecil Beaton, and Toulouse-Lautrec and Steinlen by Jack Bilbo.”  Tatler 181 (31 July 1946): 150 – 51.
     
  • “Review of The Pilgrim Hawk by Glenway Westcott, Return to Cottington by Francis Bamford, and The Tale of Beatrix Potter by Margaret Lane.”  Tatler 181 (7 Aug. 1946): 182 – 83.
     
  • “Review of Bright Day by J. B. Priestley, Myrmyda by John Lodwick, The American People edited by B. A. Botkin, and Suitable for Framing by Marion Holbrook.”  Tatler 181 (14 Aug. 1946): 214 – 15.
     
  • “Review of The Congress of Vienna by Harold Nicolson, and Aurélien  by Louis Aragon.”  Tatler 181 (21 Aug. 1946): 246 – 47.
     
  • “Review of The Trollopes by Lucy Poate Stebbins, A Flask for the Journey by F. L. Green, and Letters to Florence Farr edited by Clifford Bax.” Tatler 181 (4 Sept. 1946): 314, 316.
     
  • “Review of The Scarlet Tree by Sir Osbert Sitwell, The River by Rumer Godden, and Old Marylebone and Some of Its Famous People comp. by H. J. Mathews.”  Tatler 181 (11 Sept. 1946): 342, 343.
     
  • “Review of Rogue Elephant by Walter Allen, Collected Stories by T. O. Beachcroft, Thank God! I’ll Take It From Here by Jane Allen and Mary Livingstone, and The Englishman Builds by Ralph Tubbs.”  Tatler 181 (18 Sept. 1946):  374 – 75, 382.
     
  • “Review of British Weather by Stephen Bone, You Forget So Quickly by Ashley Smith, The Moving Toy Shop by Edmund Crispin, and He Who Whispers by John Dickson Carr.”  Tatler 181 (25 Sept. 1946): 406, 412.
     
  • “Review of The River Road by Frances Parkinson Keyes, Mainly on the Air by Max Beerbohm, and Judgment in Suspense by Gerald Bullett.”  Tatler 182 (2 Oct. 1946): 22 – 23.
     
  • “Review of Britannia Mews by Margery Sharp, Le Livre du Courage et de la Peur by Remy, and Lord of the Sorcerers by Carter Dickson.”  Tatler 182 (9 Oct. 1946): 54 – 55.
     
  • “Review of Fanfare for Elizabeth by Edith Sitwell, Pipe Night by John O’Hara, Death and the Pleasant Voices by Mary Fitt, and Pandora by Clara Turlay Newberry.”  Tatler 182 (16 Oct. 1946): 86 – 87.
    “Review of They Went to Portugal by Rose Macaulay, Diversion edited by Hester W. Chapman and Princess Romanovsky-Pavlovsky, and House Under Mars by Norah Hoult.”  Tatler 182 (23 Oct. 1946): 118 – 119.
     
  • “Review of The King of Brentford by Robert Henrey, Indian Route March by Louis Ragen, The Pursuit of Happiness by Joan Evans, and The Key by Patricia Wentworth.”  Tatler 182 (30 Oct. 1946): 150 – 51.
     
  • “Review of The Clearing House by John Buchan, Children of Vienna by Robert Neumann, Get Away Old Man by William Saroyan, and Here Comes a Chopper by Gladys Mitchell.”  Tatler 182 (6 Nov. 1946): 184 – 85.
     
  • “Review of Four Studies in Loyalty by Christopher Sykes, The Campaign in Burma by Lt. Col. Frank Owen, and To Bed with Grand Music by Sarah Russell.”  Tatler 182 (13 Nov. 1946): 220 – 221.
     
  • “Review of European Witness by Stephen Spender, The Storming Dawn by Mark Freshfield, Uneasy Terms by Peter Cheyney, and Junior Film Annual 1946 – 1947 edited by Eric Gillett.”  Tatler 182 (20 Nov. 1946): 256 – 57.
     
  • “Review of Back by Henry Green, The Becker Wives by Mary Lavin, Grimm’s Household Tales illustrated by Mervyn Peake, and Uncle Albert’s Manual of Practical Photography by Powell Perry.”  Tatler 182 (27 Nov. 1946): 292 – 93.
     
  • “Review of Thieves in the Night by Arthur Koestler, A Rough Walk Home by Lillian Bowes Lyon, Velvet Studies by C. V. Wedgwood, and The White Deer by James Thurber.”  Tatler 182 (4 Dec. 1946): 328 – 29.
     
  • "Review of The Year of Stalingrad by Alexander Werth, Mist on the Tagus by Tom Hopkinson, The Blue Danube by Ludwig Bemelmans, and Good Films and How to Appreciate Them by Jempson Harman.”  Tatler 182 (11 Dec. 1946):  364 – 65.
     
  • “Review of several children’s books, Marguerite Reilly by Elizabeth Lake, and The Hollow by Agatha Christie.”  Tatler 182 (18 Dec. 1946): 400 – 401.
     
  • “Review of Montgomery by Alan Moorhead, Palladian by Elizabeth Taylor, The Nine Men of Soho by J. Maclaren Ross, and Don’t Be Afraid by Lionel Gamlin.”  Tatler 182 (25 Dec. 1946): 436 – 37.
     
  • “Review of The Sixth Heaven by L. P. Hartley, The Contemporary Theater 1944 – 1945 compiled by James Agate, and Transformation Scene by Claude Houghton.”  Tatler 183 (1 Jan. 1947): 24 – 25.
     
  • “Review of The Life of the Heart by Francis Winwar, Westwood by Stella Gibbons, How to be an Alien by George Mikes, and In the Asey Mayor Trio by Phoebe Atwood Taylor.”  Tatler 183 (8 Jan. 1947): 60 – 61.
     
  • “Review of Jonathan Wild by Henry Fielding, The State of Mind of Mrs. Sherwood by Naomi Royde-Smith, 6th Guards Tank Brigade, The Story of Guardsmen in Churchill Tanks by Patrick Forbes, and The Little Kingdom by Emyr Humphreys.”  Tatler 183 (15 Jan. 1947): 96 – 97.
     
  • “Review of The Hooded Hawk by D. B. Wyndham Lewis, Ursa Major by C. E. Vulliamy, Life Among the Scots by Janet Adam Smith, and “Services Wrendered” by Sonia Snodgrass by J. E. Broome.”  Tatler 183 (22 Jan. 1947): 132 – 133.
     
  • "Review of The Guiding Star by Vercors and trans. by Eric Sutton, The Lonely Skier by Hammond Innes, Wildwood by Josephine W. Johnson, and Adventure and Discovery pref. by Mary Threadgold.”  Tatler 183 (29 Jan. 1947): 168 – 69.
     
  • “Review of Lady Gregory’s Journals 1916 – 1930 edited by Lennox Robinson, More Deadly Than the Male by Ambrose Grant, Our Bird Book by Sydney Rogerson, and English Glass by W. B. Honey.”  Tatler 183 (5 Feb. 1947): 204 – 05.
     
  • "Review of War in Val d’Orcia by Iris Origo, Peace Breaks Out by Angela Thirkell, RAAF over Europe edited by Frank Johnson, and Memoirs of Mipsie by Mary Dunn.”  Tatler 183 (12 Feb. 1947): 240 – 41.
     
  • “Review of The Castles on the Ground by J. M. Richards, Himalayan View by Susan Gillespie, Children of Wrath by Edmond Bucket, and The Holiday Book by John Singer.”  Tatler 183 (5 March 1947): 276 – 77.
     
  • “Review of The Life of Neville Chamberlaine by Keith Feiling, A Pin’s Fee by Peter de Polnay, Orion III edited by C. Day Lewis, D. Kelham Roberts, and Rosamond Lehmann, and Cooking Quickly by Philip Harben.”  Tatler 183 (12 March 1947): 312 – 13.
     
  • “Review of Young Enthusiast by Elizabeth Jenkins, A Distant Summer by Edith Saunders, States of Grace by Francis Steegmuller, and Death’s Old Sweet Song by Jonathan Stagge.”  Tatler 183 (19 March 1947): 346 – 47.
     
  • “Review of Manservant and Maidservant by Ivy Compton-Burnett, The Return to the Farm by Robert Henrey, The Farm Théotime by Henri Bosco and trans. by Mervyn Savill, and Sophy Valentine by D. A. Ponsonby.”  Tatler 183 (26 March 1947): 378 – 79.
     
  • “Review of Through Eastern Windows by Winifred Peck, and The Rumor in the Forest by Madeleine Couppey.”  Tatler  184 (2 April 1947): 22 – 23; “Review of English Popular and Traditional Art by Margaret Lambert and Enid Marx, Peabody’s Mermaid by Guy and Constance Jones, Dark Interlude by Peter Cheyney, and Cats Don’t Need Coffins by D. B. Olsen.” Tatler 184 (9 April 1947): 54 – 55.
     
  • “Review of The Street by Ann Petry, The Age of Reason by Jean-Paul Sartre, and Dangling Men by Saul Bellow.” Tatler 184 (19 April 1947): 86 – 87.
     
  • “Review of The Traveller’s Eye by Dorothy Carrington, The Angelic Avengers by Pierre Andrezel, The Dark Wood by Christine Weston, and The Horizontal Man by Helen Eustes.”  Tatler 184 (23 April 1947): 118 – 19.
     
  • “Review of The Poetic Image by Cecil Day Lewis, Teresa and Other Stories by Seán O’Faolain, The Twins by Bernard Glemser, and Honolulu Murder Story by Leslie Ford.”  Tatler 184 (30 April 1947): 150 – 51.
     
  • “Review of Dialstone Lane by W. W. Jacobs, The House Near Paris by Drue Tartière, Cleopatra in the Tide of Time by Oliver C. deC. Ellis, and Final Curtain by Ngaio Marsh.”  Tatler 184 (7 May 1947): 182 – 83.
     
  • “Review of Life of William Hazlitt by P. P. Howe, The Deer on the Stairs by Louise Field Cooper, The History of Mr. Polly by H. G. Wells, and British Golf by Bernard Darwin.”  Tatler 184 (14 May 1947): 214 – 15.
     
  • “Review of The Hunters and the Hunted by Sacheverell Sitwell, Genevieve by Jacques Lemarchand and trans. by Rosamond Lehmann, Sussex by Esther Meynell, and The Black Stocking by Conyth Little.” Tatler 184 (21 May 1947): 246 – 47.
     
  • "Review of Ciano’s Diary: 1939 – 1945 edited by Malcolm Muggeridge, and The Rock Pool by Cyril Connolly.”  Tatler 184 (28 May 1947): 278 – 79.
     
  • “Review of Gilbert and Sullivan by Hesketh Pearson, Peal of Ordnance by John Lodwick, My One Contribution to Chess by F. V. Morley, and The White Dress by M. G. Eberhart.”  Tatler 184 (4 June 1947): 310 – 11.
     
  • “Review of PQ17 by Godfrey Winn, An Astrologer’s Day by R. K. Narayan, The Inn Closes for Christmas by Cledwyn Hughes, and Cultural Forces in British Life Today by Adult Education in Britain.” Tatler 184 (11 June 1947): 342 – 43.
     
  • "Review of Agents and Witnesses by P. H. Newby, A Summer in Buenos Aires by Isobel Strachey, and Beautiful Friend by Richard Collier.” Tatler 184 (18 June 1947): 374 – 75.
     
  • “Review of High Bonnet by Idwal Jones, George Eliot by Gerald Bullett, English Story: Seventh Series edited by Woodrow Wyatt, Vassos the Goatherd: A Story of Cyprus by Laurie Lee, and Sadler’s Wells Ballet at Convent Garden by Merlyn Severn.”  Tatler 184 (25 June 1947): 406 – 07.
     
  • “Review of Irish Miles by Frank O’Connor, The Hands of Veronicaby Fannie Hurst, The Lonely by Paul Gallico, and The Voice of the Turtle by John Van Druten.”  Tatler  185 (2 July 1947): 22 – 23.
     
  • “Review of Passengers of Destiny by Louis Aragon, First Love and Other Stories by Viola Meynell, Black Country by Walter Allen, and A Man Called Jones by Julian Symons.”  Tatler 185 (9 July 1947): 54 – 55.
     
  • “Review of Minute for Murder by Nicholas Blake, The Check Board by Nevil Shute, and Castle in Denmark by Janet Diebold.”  Tatler 185 (16 July 1947): 86 – 87.
     
  • “Review of Eustace and Hilda by L. P. Hartley, Indian Flamingo by Charles Fabri, A Way of Looking at Pictures by Alan Gwynne-Jones, and The Young King and Other Stories by Oscar Wilde.”  Tatler 185 (23 July 1947): 118 – 19.
     
  • "Review of Nineteen Stories by Graham Greene, The English at the Seaside by Christopher Marsden, Great Expectations by Charles Dickens, and Twelfth-Century Paintings at Hardham and Clayton by Helmut Gernsheim.”  Tatler 185 (30 July 1947): 150 – 51.
     
  •  “Review of People of Quality by Collie Knox, Delta Wedding by Eudora Welty, and We Happy Few by Helen Howe.”  Tatler 185 (6 Aug. 1947): 182 – 83.
     
  • “Review of Creatures of Circumstances by Somerset Maugham, Treadmill by Michael Harrison, Leave to Presume the Death by Cyril Hall, and The Novel Since 1939 by Henry Reed.”  Tatler 185 (13 Aug. 1947): 214 – 15.
     
  • “Review of John Buchan by his wife and friends, Lord, I was Afraid by Nigel Balchin, The English People by George Orwell, and Return to the Night by Mary Renault.”  Tatler 185 (20 Aug. 1947): 246 – 47.
     
  • “Review of Novels of High Society from the Victorian Age comp. by Anthony Powell, Certified by H. G. Woodley, So Long at the Fair by Anthony Thorne, and Penguin Guides edited by L. Russell Muirhead.”  Tatler 185 (27 Aug. 1947): 278 – 79.
     
  • “Review of The Judge’s Story by Charles Morgan, Twilight Stories by Rhoda Broughton, The Captain Comes Home by Helen Ashton, and Now Barabbas by William Douglas Home.” Tatler 185 (3 Sept. 1947): 310 – 11.
     
  • “Review of Flaubert and Madame Bovary by Francis Steegmuller, Agostino by Alberto Moravia and trans. by Beryl de Zoete, and The Labours of Hercules by Agatha Christie.” Tatler 185 (10 Sept. 1947): 342 – 43.
     
  • “Review of Dandy Hart by Hamilton Ellis, Winning Hazard by Noel Wynward, The Glass of Fashion by Ira Morris, and Early Morning Poison by Belton Cobb.” Tatler 185 (17 Sept. 1947): 374 – 75.
     
  • “Review of Browns and Chester: A Portrait of a Shop by Mass-Observation, A View of the Harbour by Elizabeth Taylor, The Brontës by Phyllis Bentley, and Georgia Boy by Erskine Caldwell.” Tatler 185 (24 Sept. 1947): 406 – 07.
     
  • “Review of The Countryman at Work by Thomas Hennell, The Lowells and Their Seven Worlds by Ferris Greenslet, and Keeping House for Jan by Maxine Hewson.”  Tatler 186 (1 Oct. 1947): 22 – 23.
     
  • “Review of A Case to Answer by Edward Lustgarten, Portrait of Edith Wharton by Percy Lubbock, Dance without Music by Peter Cheyney, and Western Highlands by Arthur Gardner.”  Tatler 186 (8 Oct. 1947): 54 – 55.
     
  • “Review of Worlds Apart by Hester Chapman, The Admiral’s Daughter by Betty Askwith, This Is The Way by Geoffrey Cotterell, and Black Goateeby Conyth Little.” Tatler 186 (15 Oct. 1947): 86 – 87.
     
  • "Review of The Building of Bath by Bryan Little, Private Enterprise by Angela Thirkell, A’Wede by B. Montagu Scott, and British Universities by S. C. Roberts.” Tatler 186 (22 Oct. 1947): 118 – 19.
     
  • “Review of Addams and Evil by Charles Addams, The House by the Sea by Jon Godden, Midnight Oil by Peter Traill, and Come Into the Kitchen by Alexie Gordon and Trudy Bliss.”  Tatler 186 (29 Oct. 1947): 150 – 51.
     
  • “Review of Novels of George du Maurier intro. by John Masefield and Daphne du Maurier.” Tatler 186 (5 Nov. 1947): 182 – 83.
     
  • "Review of A Peck of Troubles comp. by Daniel George, Arthur Rimbaud by Enid Starkie, and A Will in the Way by Miles Burton.” Tatler 186 (12 Nov. 1947): 214 – 15.
     
  • "Review of The Blue Stocking Ladies by Walter Scott, Tea With Mrs. Goodman by Philip Toynbee, Sisters by a River by Barbara Conyns, The Snail that Climbed up the Eiffel Tower by Odo Cross, In the Hands of the Senecas by Walter D. Edmonds, and English Hymn Writers by Adam Fox.” Tatler 186 (19 Nov. 1947): 246 – 47.
     
  • “Review of Shelley in Italy edited by John Lehmann, The Undertaker’s Wife by Theodora Benson, and Night Darkens the Street by Arthur La Bern.”  Tatler 186 (26 Nov. 1947): 278 – 79.
     
  • “Review of multiple Christmas books.”  Tatler 186 (10 Dec. 1947): 346 – 47.
     
  • “Review of The Prevalence of Witches by Aubrey Menen, The Common Chord by Frank O’Connor, Paintings of the Ballet by Theyre Lee-Elliots, and Stranger than Truth by Vera Caspary.”  Tatler 186 (17 Dec. 1947): 378 – 79.
     
  • “Review of English Home-Life 1500 – 1800 by Christina Hole, The Donkey Inside by Ludwig Bemelmans, Killer Mine by Hammond Innes, The Lady of Glentwith Grange by Wilkie Collins.”  Tatler 186 (24 Dec. 1947): 410 – 11.
     
  • “Review of Henry Fielding by Elizabeth Jenkins, The Wind at My Back The Wind at My Back by Victoria Lincoln, The Children of Primrose Lane by Noel Streatfield, No Mistaking Corker by Monica Edwards, and The Bell of the Four Evangelists by Violet Needham.” Tatler 186 (31 Dec. 1947): 442 – 43.
     
  • “Review of I Fight to Live by Robert Boothby, M. P., Roman Britain by Ian Richardson, A House in the Uplands by Erskine Caldwell, and Daisy Miller by Henry James.”  Tatler 187 (7 Jan. 1948): 22 – 23.
     
  • "Review of The Red Prussian by Leopold Schwarzchild, Stranger at Home by George Sanders, The Woman in Black by Leslie Ford, The Royal Family in Africa by Dermott Morrah.” Tatler 187 (14 Jan. 1948): 54 – 55.
     
  • “Review of Samuel Pepys: The Man Making by Arthur Bryant and The Reprieve by Jean-Paul Sartre.” Tatler 187 (21 Jan. 1948): 86 – 87; “Review of The Trains We Loved by Hamilton Ellis, Afterglow by Elizabeth Wood, These I Have Loved by Katherine Sim, and Aspects of Art intro. by Michael Ayrton.” Tatler  187 (28 Jan. 1948): 118 – 19.
     
  • “Review of Suddenly at His Residence by Christianna Brand, Land Without Heroes by G. F. Green, Lady Shane’s Daughter by Magdalen Kinghall, and British Music comp. by Russell Palmer.”  Tatler  187 (4 Feb. 1948): 150 – 51.
     
  • “Review of Foundations in the Dust by Seton Lloyd, F.S.A., Another Woman’s House by M. G. Eberhart, Rafe Granite by Bill Naughton, and Dinner for None by Maureen Sarsfield.”  Tatler 187 (11 Feb. 1948): 182 – 83.
     
  • “Review of The Swan Sang Once by Marjorie Carleton, The Port of London by John Herbert, Living Writers edited by G. H. Phelps, and With Murder in Mind by Elizabeth Ferrars.”  Tatler 187 (18 Feb. 1948): 214 – 15.
     
  • “Review of The Unforgiven by Howard Clewes, Thérèse by François Mauriac, The Loved One by Evelyn Waugh, and The Last of Philip Banter by J. F. Bardin.” Tatler 187 (17 march 1948): 342 – 43.
     
  • “Review of Nightmare Abbey and Crotchet Castle by Thomas Love Peacock, Tempestuous Petticoatby Clare Leighton, The Government Inspector by Nikolai Gogol, and Music Tells All by E. R. Punshon.” Tatler 187 (24 March 1948): 374 – 75.
     
  • “Review of Mariner Dances by P. H. Newby, San-Sou-Ci by André Nature, Victorian Tales for Girls edited by Marghanita Laski, and Our Dog by Lane Norcott.”  Tatler 187 (31 March 1948): 406 – 07.
     
  • “Review of Charade by John Mortimer, Shapton Affair by Roger Armfelt, Turnstile One edited by V. S. Pritchett, and The Voice of the Corpse by Max Murray.”  Tatler 188 (7 April 1948): 22 – 23.
     
  • “Review of Joan of Arc and The Recovery of France by Alice Buchan, A. Crowd Is Not Company by Robert Klee, and Prince Leopold and Anna by Laurian Jones.” Tatler 188 (14 April 1948): 54 – 55.
     
  • “Review of Silver Wedding by Louis Wielff, M.V.O., The Last Pre-Raphaelite by Douglas Goldring, and An Attic in Jermyn Street by Robert Henrey.”  Tatler 188 (21 April 1948): 86 – 87.
     
  • “Review of Paris Herself Again by George Augustus Sala, Something Terrible, Something Lovely by William Sansom, The Military Orchid by Jocelyn Brooke, and A Puzzle for Pilgrims by Patrick Quentin.”  Tatler 188 (28 April 1948): 118 – 19.
     
  • “Review of The Goebels Diaries edited and trans. by Louis P. Lochner, An Answer to Question 33 by Christopher Sykes, and The Harp in the South by Ruth Park.” Tatler 188 (5 May 1948): 150 – 51.
     
  • “Review of Winged Dagger by Ron Farran, Still Glides the Stream by Flora Thompson, TheWidow’s House by Betty de Scherbinin, and Boy Blossom Stories by Jim Phelan.” Tatler 188 (12 May 1948): 182 – 83.
     
  • “Review of Great Morning by Sir Osbert Sitwell, To Tell My Daughter by Jean Curtis Brown, A Wife’s Tale by Sheila Alexander, and How to Scrape Skies by George Mikes.”  Tatler 188 (19 May 1948): 214, 222.
     
  • “Review of Monarchy and the Chase by Sabretache, Growing Up by Olivia Manning, Caligula by Albert Camus, and Notes on the Verse Drama by Christopher Hassall.”  Tatler 188 (26 May 1948): 246 – 47.
     
  • “Review of The Heart of the Matter by Graham Greene, Southward from Swiss Cottage by B. Curtis Brown, A Hard Winter by Raymond Queneau, and Flight Out of Fancy by anon.” Tatler 188 (2 June 1948): 278, 286.
     
  • “Review of Two Quiet Lives by Lord David Cecil, Asking for Trouble by T. O. Bancroft, Country Place by Ann Petry, and What the Countryman Wants to Know by Fred Kitchen and Clifford Grevtorex.”  Tatler 1888 (9 June 1948): 310 – 11.
     
  • "Review of Jane Austen by Elizabeth Jenkins, and Chrysantha by Margaret Drake.” Tatler 188 (16 Jane 1948): 342, 350.
     
  • "Review of Dirty Eddie by Ludwig Bemelmans, Covent Garden by Desmond Shawe-Taylor, The Story of the Grand Canyon by Edwin Corle, and George du Maurier by Derek Pepys Whitely.”  Tatler 188 (23 June 1948): 374 – 75.
     
  • “Review of The Foolish Gentlewoman by Margery Sharp, The Tapestry Bed by Louise de Vilmorin, Pay-Off in Calcutta by Richard Collier, and Movie Review by A. E. Wilson.”  Tatler 188 (30 June 1948): 406, 414.
     
  • “Review of Who Has Seen the Wind by W. O. Mitchell, Wonderful Mrs. Marriott by Josephine Bell, British Chess by Kenneth Mathews, and Moscow Murder by Bernard Newman.”  Tatler 189 (7 July 1948): 22 – 23.
     
  • “Review of Mount Ida by Monk Gibbon, Twelve Million Black Voices by Ralph Wright, and The Woman in the Sea by Shelley Smith.”  Tatler 189 (14 July 1948): 54, 62.
     
  • “Review of Whispering Hill by Martha Albrand, Blood Money by Edward Hyams, British Hospitals by A. G. L. Ives, and The Bedside Shakespeare comp. by Arthur Stanley.” Tatler 189 (21 July 1948): 86 – 87.
     
  • “Review of The Idea of Summer by Marc Brandel, Attic and Area by Francesca Marton, Acres and Pains by S. J. Perelman, The Englishman’s Home by Val Doone, The Governess of Ashburton Hall by Neil Bell, and Nights at the Opera by Barbara McFadyean and Spike Hughes.” Tatler 189 (28 July 1948): 118 – 19.
     
  • “Review of 46 Not Out by R. C. Robertson Glasgow, Bel Ami by Guy de Maupassant, and Two Lovely Beasts by Liam O’Flaherty.” Tatler 189 (4 Aug. 1948): 150 – 51.
     
  • “Review of Joy and Josephine by Monica Dickens, Hetty Dorval by Ethel Wilson, and Mr. Guy’s London by A. P. Herbert.”  Tatler 189 (11 Aug. 1948): 182, 190.
     
  • “Review of The Borgia Testament by Nigel Balchin, The Wisdom of Dr. Johnson comp. by Constantia Maxwell, Portrait of a House by Mary Howard McClintock, and Devil’s Reckoning by Miles Burton.”  Tatler 189 (18 Aug. 1948): 214 – 15.
     
  • "Review of Mrs. Beeton and Her Husband by Nancy Spain, Champion Road by Frank Tilsley, and Paper Orchid by Arthur La Bern.”  Tatler 189 (25 Aug. 1948): 246 – 47.
     
  • “Review of Catalina by Somerset Maugham, A Candle for St. Jude by Rumer Godden, I Love Miss Tilli Bean by Ilka Chase, and The Black Piano by Conyth Little.” Tatler 189 (1 Sept. 1948): 278 – 79.
     
  • “Review of Yours Faithfully by Leslie Henson, Of Wives and Wiving by John Bunch, and British Boxing by Denzil Batchelor.”  Tatler 189 (8 Sept. 1948): 310, 318.
     
  • “Review of The Blood of Others by Simone de Beauvoir, The Secret Thread by Ethel Vance, Malice Bites Back by T. O Beachcroft, and The Glass Room by Edwin Rolfe and Lester Fuller.”  T 189 (15 Sept. 1948): 342 – 43.
     
  • “Review of The Complete Short Stories of Saki by E. M. Munro, Bulwer-Lytton by Earl of Lytton, and Letter to Five Wives by John Kempner.”  Tatler 189 (22 Sept. 1948): 374 – 75.
     
  • “Review of Love Among the Ruins by Angela Thirkell, Little I Understood by Joanna Cannan, English Cottage and Farm Houses by C. Henry Warren, and Bullets for the Bridegroom by David Dodge.”  Tatler 189 (29 Sept. 1948): 406 – 07.
     
  • "Review of That Winter by Merle Miller, Letters of an Economic Father by W. S. Hill-Reid, Tamburlaine the Great by Christopher Marlowe, edited by Basil Ashmore, and Sorry, Wrong Number by Allen Ullman and Lucille Fletcher.”  Tatler 190 (6 Oct. 1948): 22 – 23, 30.
     
  • “Review of A Film Star in Belgrave Square by Mrs. Robert Henrey, Sinecure by Michael Harrison, and The Artamonov Business by Maxim Gorki.”  Tatler 190 (13 Oct. 1948): 54 – 55.
     
  • “Review of The Sky and The Forest by C. S. Forester, Theatre Street by Tamara Karsavina, A Book of Ballads by A. P. Herbert, and Rude Health by Dennis Rooke and Alan d’Egville.” Tatler 190 (20 Oct. 1948): 86 – 87.
     
  • “Review of The Rage of the Vulture by Alan Moorehead, The Mask of Wisdom by Howard Clewes, and Boys Will Be Boys by E. S. Turner.” Tatler 190 (27 Oct. 1948): 118 – 19.
     
  • “Review of Ego 9 by James Agate, The Case of Mr. Crump by Ludwig Lewisohn, Byron by C. E. Vulliamy, and The Dark Wheel by Philip MacDonald.”  Tatler 190 (3 Nov. 1948): 150 – 51.
     
  • “Review of Miss Josephine and the Colonel by Oriel Malet, The Washbournes of Otterley by Humphrey Pakington, A Second Book of Russian Verse edited by C. M. Bowra, and Green Shiver by Clyde B. Clason.” Tatler 190 (17 Nov. 1948): 218 – 19.
     
  • “Review of The Conspirator by Humphrey Slater, Maiden’s Trip by Emma Smith, Taken at the Flood by Agatha Christie, and The Best of Beardsley by Aubrey Beardsley, edited by R. A. Walker.”  Tatler 190 (24 Nov. 1948): 252 – 53.
     
  • “Review of Concluding by Henry Green, Round the Year with Lady Addle by Mary Dunn, Cigarette Card Cavalcade by A. J. Cruse, and The Rape of Lucretia [opera libretto] foreword by Benjamin Britten.”  Tatler 190 (8 Dec. 1948): 320 – 21.
     
  • “Review of A Passing Worldby Mrs. Belloc Lowndes, Morning, Non and Night in London by Sacheverell Sitwell, Devil Take the Blue Tail Fly by J. F. Bardin, The Voyage of the Luna I and David Craigie, The Junior Weekend Book comp. by J. R. Evans, and The Bells of Leyden Sing by Catherine Cate.” Tatler 190 (15 Dec. 1948): 354 – 55.
     
  • “Review of Four Favourites by D. B. Wyndham Lewis, No Highway by Nevil Shute, and A Nineteenth Century Childhood by Mary McCarthy.”  Tatler 190 (29 Dec. 1948): 422 – 23.
     
  • “Review of The Train by Vera Panova, trans. Eve Manning and Marie Budberg, John Keats: The Principle of Beauty by Lord Gorell, Rain Stopped Play by R. C. Robertson-Glasgow, and Villain with a Smiling Cheek by Paul Murray.”  Tatler 191 (5 Jan. 1949): 24 – 25.
     
  • “Review of Fifteen Years’ Hard Labour by Claud Mullins, London by Robert Henrey, The Tongue-Tied Canary by Nicolas Bentley, and Death Knocks Three Times by Anthony Gilbert.” Tatler 191 (12 Jan. 1949): 58 –59.
     
  • "Review of Europe Without Baedeker by Edmund Wilson, Georgian Lady by Nerena Shute, and Elegies for the Dead in Cyrenaica and Hamish Henderson.” Tatler 191 (19 Jan. 1949): 92, 100.
     
  • “Review of Kevin O’Higgins by Terence De Vere White, The Bachelor of Arts by R. K. Narayan, The Unexpected Angel by John Watney, and The Saracen’s Head by Osbert Lancaster.” Tatler 191 (26 Jan. 1949): 126 – 27.
     
  • “Review of The Jacaranda Tree by H. E. Bates, Cry, the Beloved Country by Alan Paton, and There’s No Need to Shout by Frances Warfield.” Tatler 191 (2 Feb. 1949) 161, 168.
     
  • “Review of Isabel and the Sea by George Millar, Men and Wives and More Women Than Men by Ivy Compton-Burnett, The Hunting Wasp by John Crompton, and False Beauty by Stephen Ransome.” Tatler 191 (9 Feb. 1949): 194 – 95.
     
  • "Review of Four Countriesby William Plomer, The Sickle and the Stars by Alexander Clifford and Jenny Nicolson, Adolphe by Benjamin Constant, intro. by Harold Nicolson, and trans. Carl Widman.” Tatler 191 (16 Feb. 1949): 229, 236.
     
  • “Review of More Work for the Undertaker by Margery Allingham, The Strange Life of August Strindberg by Elizabeth Sprigge, The Scapegoat by Jocelyn Brooke, Arrest the Bishop? by Winifred Peck, and Printer’s Devil by James Milne.”  Tatler 191 (23 Feb. 1949): 262 – 63.
     
  • “Review of Ape and Essence by Aldous Huxley, and The Snow Pasture by P. H. Newby.” Tatler 191 (2 March 1949): 297, 304.
     
  • “Review of Nollekens and His Times by John Thomas Smith, The People Opposite by Sylvia Thompson, Randle in Springtime by Geoffrey Cotterell, Wisteria Cottage by Robert M. Coates, and Chinese Escapade by Laurence Tipton.” Tatler 191 (9 March 1949): 332 – 33.
     
  • “Review of Poets and Storytellers by Lord David Cecil, The Wooden Horse by Eric Williams, and The Oasis by Mary McCarthy.”  Tatler 191 (16 March 1949): 368, 376.
     
  • “Review of The Auction Sale by C. H. B. Kitchin, The Nightingales Sing by Elizabeth Parsons, My Father’s Son by Richard Lumford, and The March Hare Murders by Elizabeth Ferrars.” Tatler 191 (23 March 1949): 404 – 05.
     
  • “Review of Rumming Park by John Mortimer, and Lovers Aren’t Company by Monica Stirling.” Tatler 191 (30 March 1949): 440, 448.
     
  • “Review of A Wreath of Roses by Elizabeth Taylor, Death of Jezebel by Christianna Brand, The Wrong Set by Angus Wilson, Worcestershire by L.T.C. Rolt, Shropshire by Edmund Vale, and Alphabetical Order by Daniel George.” Tatler 192 (6 April 1949): 24 – 25.
     
  • “Review of Artist Among the Missing by Olivia Manning, The Green Carnation by Robert Hichens, and Children’s Illustrated Books by Janet Adam Smith.” Tatler 192 (13 April 1949): 60, 68.
     
  • “Review of The Happy Yes comps. Margaret Crosland and Patricia Ledward, I Capture the Castle by Dodie Smith, You Can Call it a Day by Peter Cheyney, and The Squirrel Cage by Edwin Gilbert.” Tatler 192 (20 Apr. 1949): 96 – 97.
     
  • “Review of Throw Me A Bone by Eleanor Lothrop, The Long Walk by Betsey Barton, and The Beast in Me and Other Animals by James Thurber.” Tatler 192 (27 Apr. 1949): 132, 140.
     
  • “Review of Sarah Bernhardt: My Grandmother by Lysianne Bernhardt, Straw to Make Brick by Alan Marcus, In the Green Tree by Alun Lewis, and The Queen’s Awards: Second Series.”  Tatler 192 (4 May 19 49): 168 – 69.
     
  • “Review of Fabled Shore by Rose Macaulay, Mrs. Gatty and Mrs. Ewing by Christabel Maxwell, and Fairy Tales of Land and Sea by Simonne Ratel.”  Tatler 192 (11 May 1949): 204, 212.
     
  • “Review of Elephant and Castle by R. C. Hutchinson, The Naked and the Dead by Norman Mailer, Advice to a Young Poet by Llewellyn Powys, and British Butterflies by Vere Temple.”  Tatler 192 (18 May 1949): 240 – 41.
     
  • “Review of The Buried Self by Isobel Macdonald, and Icedrome by Frank Tilsley.”  Tatler 192 (25 May 1949): 277, 284; “Review of Great Villiers by Hester Chapman, The Body by William Sansom, Conversation in Sicily by Elio Vittorini, trans. Wilfrid David, and Suffolk by Oliver Cook.”  Tatler 192 (1 June 1949): 312 – 13.
     
  • “Review of Dead Souls by Nikolai Gogol, Redemption by Francis Stuart, and Train to Nowhere by Anita Leslie.”  Tatler 192 (8 June 1949): 348, 356.
     
  • “Review of Broken Images by John Guest, Crooked House by Agatha Christie, The Practical Cook by Frances Dale, and The Return of Erica by Louise de Vilmorin, trans. Mona Andrade.” Tatler 192 (15 June 1949): 384 – 85.
     
  • “Review of Two Worlds and Their Ways by Ivy Compton-Burnett, The Conservative Party by Nigel Birch, The Liberal Party by R. J. Cruikshank, The Labor Party by William Glenvil Hall, and Death Goes on Skis by Nancy Spain.”  Tatler 192 (22 June 1949): 420, 428.
     
  • “Review of A Sort of Traitors by Nigel Balchin, We Follow the Roads by Jim Phelan, Olivia by anon., and The Black Coat by Conyth Little.”  Tatler 192 (29 June 1949): 456 – 57.
     
  • “Review of The Life and Times of Convetry Patmore by Derek Patmore, Nineteen Eighty-Four by George Orwell, and The Little Sister by Raymond Chandler.”  Tatler 193 (6 July 1949): 26, 34.
     
  • “Review of Laughter in the Next Room by Osbert Sitwell, Hunting and Fairies by Compton Mackenzie, Orpheus II edited by John Lehmann, and Years of Wrath.”  Tatler 193 (13 July 1949): 70 – 71.
     
  • “Review of Emily, Duchess of Leinster by Brian Fitzgerald, Head of a Traveller by Nicholas Blake, Death Be Not Proud by John Gunther, and In the East My Pleasure by J. Alan Thompson.” Tatler 193 (20 July 1949): 114, 122.
     
  • “Review of The Moment of Truth by Storm Jameson, Condemned to Life by Angela Jeans, Green Grow the Rushes by Howard Clewes, and The Rose and the Star by Iris Morley and Phyllis Manchester.” Tatler 193 (29 July 1949): 154 – 55.
     
  • “Review of Love in a Cold Climate by Nancy Mitford, Mrs. Gaskell by Yvonne Ffrench, Boys and Girls Come Out to Play by Nigel Dennis, and Thou Shalt Not Suffer a Witch by Dorothy K. Haynes.”  Tatler 193 (3 Aug. 1949): 196, 204.
  • “Review of Ellen Terry and Bernard Shaw edited by Christopher St. John, The River Line by Charles Morgan, and Parson Austen’s Daughter by Helen Ashton.” Tatler 193 (10 Aug. 1949): 236 – 37.
     
  • “Review of Shakespeare by Ivor Brown, The Margin by J. D. Scott, Fontagre by Jean Orieux, and The Casebook of Ellery Queen by Ellery Queen.” Tatler 193 (17 Aug. 1949): 276, 284.
     
  • “Review of The Bank of Ireland: 1783 – 1946 by Dr. Hall, edited by George O’Brien, Philippa by Mrs. Robert Henry, and The King and the Corpse by Max Murray.” Tatler 193 (24 Aug. 1949): 316 – 17.
     
  • “Review of A Woman’s Life by Guy de Maupassant, trans. by Antonia White, Popcorn on the Ginza by Lucy Herndon Crockett, An American Visitor by Joyce Cary, and Trouble in Triplicate by Nero Wolfe.” Tatler 193 (31 Aug. 1949): 356 – 364.
     
  • “Review of A Small Star by James Bridie and Moray McLaren, The Conversations of Dr. Johnson edited by Raymond Postgate, The Doctor Wears Three Faces by Mary Bard, The Rainbow by Andrew Shirley, and The Lovers Disturbed by Elizabeth Lake.” Tatler 193 (21 Sept. 1949): 504 – 5.
     
  • “Review of Benjamin Constant by Harold Nicolson, The Tormentors by Richard Cargoe, and The Wonderful Summer by Jocelyn Brooke.” Tatler 193 (21 Sept. 1949): 504 – 05.
     
  • “Review of Little Boy Lost by Marghanita Laski, The Far Cry by Emma Smith, The Face and Mind of Ireland by Arland Ussher, and Question Mark by Donald McCullough.” Tatler 193 (28 Sept. 1949): 556, 564.
     
  • “Review of Testament of Experience by Vera Brittain, The Innocent Gunman by Jean Paul Lacroix, and Furnished for Murder by Elizabeth Ferrars.” Tatler 225 (17 July 1957): 118 – 19.
     

---. Fiction:

  • “Fiction: Review of Amerika by Franz Kafka, USA by John Dos Passos, Entanglement by George Buchanan, A Character in Distress by Luigi Pirandello, and People are Curious by James Hanley.”  Purpose 11.1 (Jan. – March 1939):  51 – 55.
     
  • “Fiction: Review of The Black Book by Lawrence Durrell, Hawk Among the Sparrows by Desmond Hawkins, The Long Valley by John Steinbeck, and Uncle Arthur by John Pudney.”  Purpose 11.2 (Apr. – June 1939):  116 – 19.
     
  • “Fiction:  Review of Finnegan’s Wake by James Joyce, At Swim-Two Birds by Flann O’Brien, and Hope of Heaven by John O’Hara.”  Purpose 11.3 (July – Sept. 1939):  177 – 80.
     
  • “Fiction: Review of Child of Misfortune by Cecil Day Lewis, Coming Up for Air by George Orwell, Pale Horse, Pale Rider by Katherine Anne Porter, and No Orchids for Miss Blandish by James Hadley Chase.”  Purpose 11.4 (Oct. – Dec. 1939):  238 – 41.
     
  • “Fiction:  Review of The Grapes of Wrath by John Steinbeck, To Town by Randal Swingler, The Blaze of Noon by Rayner Heppenstall, and Mrs. Miniver by Jan Struther.”  Purpose 12.1 (Jan. – March 1940): 37 – 41.
     
  • “Fiction:  Review of The Power and the Glory by Graham Greene, Our Time is Gone by James Hanley, Portrait of the Artist as a Young Dog by Dylan Thomas, and Tomorrow Started Yesterday by Robert Westerby.”  Purpose 12.2 (Apr. – June 1940):  92 – 95.
     
  • “Fiction:  Review of The Lepers by Henri de Montherlant, Lighter than Day by Desmond Hawkins, The Backward Son by Stephen Spender, Dutch Interior by Frank O’Connor, and Country Tales by H. E. Bates.” Purpose 12.3/4 (July – Dec. 1940): 145 – 49.
     

---.  New Novels:

  • "Review of Follow the Furies by Eleanor C. Chilton, The Transients by Mark Van Doren, and Not in a Day by George Albee.”  New Statesman 10 (17 Aug. 1935): 225 – 26.
     
  • “Review of The Inquisitor by Hugh Walpole, Honey in the Horn by H. L. Davis, The Mountain and the Tree by Helen Beauclerk, and A Fawn in the Field by Rosalind Wade.”  New Statesman 10 (31 Aug. 1935):  282, 284.
     
  • “Review of Paths of Glory by Humphrey Cobb, Woman of Glenshiels by Lennox Kerr, Four Gardens by Margery Sharp, In Search of Love by Francis Stuart, and The House of the Spaniard by Arthur Behrend.”  New Statesman 10 (14 Sept. 1935):  345.
     
  • “Review of Dead Centre by Arthur Calder-Marshall, Fool’s Quarter Day by Louis Marlow, The Whole of the Story by Phyllis Bentley, Victory to the Vanquished by Barbara Goolden, He Sent Forth a Raven by E. M. Roberts, and Go Home Unicorn by Donald Macpherson.”  New Statesman 10 (28 Sept. 1935): 416, 418.
     
  • “Review of Hungry Men by E. Anderson, Conveyor by James Steele, Act of Darkness by John Peale Bishop, The Royal Way by André Malraux, Flower Pot End by R. H. Mottram, and Events in the Early Life of Anthony Price by P. Henderson.”  New Statesman 10 (12 Oct. 1935): 532 – 33.
     
  • “Review of Virgin Soil Upturnedby M. Sholokhov, Rachel Rosing by Howard Spring, I Let Him Go by John Brophy, The Frozen Heart by MRs. St. Loe Strachey, River Niger by Simon Jetty, and Beyond Sing the Woods by Trygve Gulbranssen.” New Statesman 10 (26 Oct. 1935): 604, 606.
     
  • “Review of The Thinking Reed by Rebecca West, I’ll Mourn You Later by Catharine Whitcomb, Lucasta’s Wedding by Hans Dufy, A Mirror for Skylarks by Martin Hare, and Young Men in Spats by P. G. Wodehouse.”  New Statesman 11 (11 Apr. 1936):  571 – 72.
     

---.  The Theatre:

  • "Review of Victoria Regina and The Great Romancer.”  N&D 1 (1 July 1937): 37.
     
  • “Review of No Sleep for the Wicked and Floodlight.”  Night & Day 1 (8 July 1937): 29.
     
  • “Review of Hamlet and Women of Property.”  Night & Day  1 (15 July 1937): 29.
     
  • “Review of The Ice Show: St. Moritz.” Night & Day 1 (22 July 1937): 29.
     
  • “Review of Comus and Revudeville.” Night & Day 1 (29 July 1937): 29.
     
  • “Review of The First Legion, Bulldog Drummond Hits Out, and The Cotton Club Revue.”  Night & Day 1 (5 Aug. 1937): 30.
     

---.  With Silent Friends: 

  • "Review of Final Score by Warren Beck, Education To-Day and Tomorrow edited by R. W. Moore, Secondary Schools for Girls by Miss E. Strudwick, and British Journalists and Newspapers by Derek Hudson.”  Tatler 178 (3 Oct. 1945): 22, 24.
     
  • “Review of Charles Dickens by Dame Una Pope-Hennessy and Marching Soldier by Joyce Cary.”  Tatler 178 (10 Oct. 1945): 54, 56; “Review of The English Teacher by R. K. Narayan, Worlds Beginning  by Robert Ardrey, and Thursday Afternoon by Monica Dickens.”  Tatler 178 (17 Oct. 1945): 86, 88.
     
  • “Review of In Search of Two Characters by Dormer Creston, At Mrs. Leppincote’s  by Elizabeth Taylor, and On Minute, Please by Robert Benchley.”  Tatler 178 (24 Oct. 1945): 118, 120.
     
  • “Review of Mine Own Executioner by Nigel Balchin, Rudyard Kipling: A New Appreciation by Hilton Brown, The Moderns: Past-Present-Future by Jack Bilbo, and The Case of the Smoking Chimney by Erle Stanley Gardner.”  Tatler 178 (31 Oct. 1945): 150, 152.
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