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July 1940
New Republic;7/29/40, Vol. 103 Issue 5, p150
Book Review
The article reviews several books including "When the Ships Came In," by Jack Lawrence, "In Search of Complications," by Eugene de Savitsch, and "Writing Magazine Fiction," by Walter S. Campbell, among others.


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