Primary Works: Reviews

West, Rebecca. “Absurdities about Novels and their Readers. Our Vast Working-Class Reading Public.” Revs. of Fiction and the Reading Public by Q.D. Leavis; Devil’s Tor by David Lindsay and Home for the Holidays by R.H. Mottram. Daily Telegraph (May 6, 1932): 7, col. 3+.

West, Rebecca. “The Addict: A Story.” Nash’s “Pall Mall” Magazine 94.501 (Feb. 1935): 6-11, 112-116.

West, Rebecca. “Aldous Huxley on Man’s Appalling Future. Modern Tendencies which might make his Vision Come True.” Rev. of Brave New World by Aldous Huxley. Daily Telegraph (Feb. 5, 1932): 7, col. 3+.

West, Rebecca. “The Agony of the Human Soul in War. Miss Vera Britain’s Vivid Testimony.” Revs. of The Testament of Youth by Vera Brittain; The Romantic Agony by Marion Praz. Daily Telegraph (Sept. 15, 1933): 6, col. 3+.

West, Rebecca. “All Aboard the Merry-Go-Round.” Rev. of Bruno’s Dream by Iris Murdoch. Sunday Telegraph (Jan. 19, 1969): 11.

West, Rebecca. “American Women, Their Work as Reformers.” Rev. of Women’s Work in Municipalities by Mary Ritter Beard. Daily News and Leader (March 9, 1916): 4, col. 4.

West, Rebecca.”America’s Plight – And Russia. A parallel which has intense significance for all of us.” Revs. of Mexico by Stuart Chase; A Year of the Slump and Devil Take the Hindmost by Edmund Wilson and The Land without Unemployment (picture book). Daily Telegraph (April 29, 1932): 6, col. 3+.

West, Rebecca. “America’s Strange Duality. Vivid Contrasts of the Tragic Florida Boom.” Revs. of Only Yesterday by Frederick Lewis Allen; The Civilization of France by Robert Curtius; Years of Plenty by E. de Gramont and India by Rene Grousset. Daily Telegraph (Feb. 19, 1932): 6, col. 3+.

West, Rebecca. “A Napoleon With Feet of Clay. Revelations that were Hidden for a Century.” Revs. of Memories du General du CaulaincourtDuc de ViceceGrand Ecuyer de l’EmpereurDaily Telegraph (Sept. 1, 1933): 6, col. 3+.

West, Rebecca. “Anatole France.” Rev. of The Amethyst Ring by Anatole France. Trans. B. Drillien. Daily News and Leader (March 21, 1919): 6, col. 3.

West, Rebecca. “Androcles and the Lion.” Rev. of Androcles and the Lion by G.B. Shaw. New Freewoman 1 (Sept. 15, 1913): 128.

West, Rebecca. “Annals of Crime. Ho! Ho! Ho! Very Odd Law Case.” New Yorker 22 (Apr. 20, 1946): 52, 54-62.

West, Rebecca. “Annals of Crime London Masque I. Mr. Sety and Mr. Tiffen.” New Yorker 26 (Dec. 2, 1950): 50-52, 54, 56, 58, 60, 62-75.

West, Rebecca. “Annals of Crime London Masque II. Mr. Setty, Mr. and Mrs. Hume, Mrs. Stride and Mr. Justice Lewis.” New Yorker 26 (Dec. 9, 1950): 44-46, 48-59.

West, Rebecca. “Annals of Crime London Masque III. Mr. Tiffen, Mr. and Mrs. Hume, The Gautama Buddha, Jehovah and Mr. Claye.” New Yorker 26 (Dec. 16, 1950): 39-40, 42-52, 55-62, 65-69.

West, Rebecca. “Another Man’s Poison.” Harpers 189 (Nov. 1944): 507-511.

West, Rebecca. “Another Man’s Poison.” Harpers 190 (Mar. 1945): 347-352.

West, Rebecca. “Another Man’s Poison.” Harpers 191 (Jul. 14, 1945): 54-57.

West, Rebecca. “Another Philby Exposure.” Rev. of Kim Philby: The Spy I Loved by Eleanor Philby. Sunday Telegraph (Jan 14, 1968): 5.

West, Rebecca. “Apartheid: Women Strike Back.” Rev. of Brief Authority by Charles Hooper. Sunday Times Magazine (July 24, 1960): 24.

West Rebecca. “Aren’t Men Beasts.” Rev. of Patriarchal Attitudes by Eva Figes. Sunday Telegraph (June 28, 1970): 10.

West, Rebecca. “Aribitrary Art.” Rev. of The Characters of Love by John Bayley. Sunday Telegraph, (Feb. 12, 1961): 6.

West, Rebecca. “Aristo that Backed the Revolution.” Rev. of My Past and Thoughts by Alexander Herzen. Sunday Telegraph (July 14, 1968): 11.

West, Rebecca. “Arrow in the Blue.” Rev. of Arrow in the Blue by Arthur Koestler. Time and Tide 33 (1952): 1265-66.

West, Rebecca. “Art: The Sitwells. Genius: Hardy.” Rev. of All Summer in a Day, collected poems of Thomas Hardy and Sacheverell Sitwell. New York Herald Tribune 3 (Dec. 12, 1926): 1,6, pt.1, col. 1+.

West, Rebecca. “The Art of Making Books.” Revs. of Their Lives by Violet Hunt; Hatchways by E. Sidgwick and The Rising Tide by Margaret Deland. Daily News and Leader (March 2, 1917): 4., col. 5.

West, Rebecca. “The Artist.” Rev. of The ‘Genius’ by Theodore Dreiser. Daily News and Leader (Dec. 23, 1915): 6, col. 1+.

West, Rebecca. “Ashes in your Wine.” Rev. of The Thirities by Malcolm Maggeridge. Time and Tide 21 (Mar. 9, 1940): 252, 254.

West, Rebecca. “The Astonishing Case of Alger Hiss, Red spy or scapegoat.” Rev. of Seeds of Treason by Ralph de Toledano and Victor Lasky. Evening Standard 39, 334 (Oct. 23, 1950): 9, col. 1+.

West, Rebecca. “Bath and Beau Nash. An Age of Prodigious Wits and Prodigious Cads.” Revs. of Fanny Kemble by Dorothie de Bear Bobbe; Women Live Too Long by Vina Delmar; Bath by Edith Sitwell and The Store by T.S. Stribling. Daily Telegraph (May 20, 1932): 16, col. 3+.

West, Rebecca. “Battlefield and Sky.” Rev. of Harboiled Virgin by Frances Newman and Mississippi Steamboating by H. and E. Quick. New York Herald Tribune 3 (Nov. 28, 1926): 1, pt. 1, col. 1+.

West, Rebecca. “Bearded In Their Dens.” Revs. of Writers at Work ed. Van Wyck Brooks and The Wild Garden by Angus Qilson. Sunday Telegraph (Nov. 10, 1963): 16.

West, Rebecca. “The Belief in Personal Immortality.” Rev. of The Belief in Personal Immortality by E.S.P. Haynes. New Freewoman 1 (July 15, 1913): 45-47.

West, Rebecca. “Books. On Making due Allowance for Distortion.” Rev. of Paleface by Wyndham Lewis. (May 24, 1929): 623-4.

West, Rebecca. “A Botched Revolution.” Revs. of Red Rising in Bavaria by Richard Grunberger; Levine: The Life of a Revolutionary by Rosa Levine-Meyer and Philby: the Long Road to Moscow by Patrick Seale and Maureen McConville. Sunday Telegraph (July 8, 1973): 12.

West, Rebecca. “Boy Berated.” Rev. of The Imagination of Charles Dickens by A.O.J. Cockshut. Sunday Telegraph (Aug. 27, 1961): 6.

West, Rebecca. “The brilliant imbecile.” Evening Standard (Mar. 1, 1950): 1, col 1;9, col. 4+.

West, Rebecca. “British Observer is Impressed Most by Stassen’s Following.” New York Herald Tribune (Jun. 24, 1948): 3, col. 3+.

West, Rebecca. “Briton Finds Too Many Gadgets Spoils Convention’s Excitement.” New York Herald Tribune (Jun. 23, 1948): 3, col. 7+.

West, Rebecca. “Bulgarian Relations with Yugoslavia [letter].” Times London (Aug. 21, 1947): 5, col. 5.

West, Rebecca. “Buried Byronic Streak.” Rev. of Arthur James Balfour by Kenneth Young. Sunday Telegraph (March 10, 1963): 16.

West, Rebecca. “Camus Off His Guard.” Rev. of Carnets, 1935-1942 by Albert Camus. Sunday Telegraph (April 7, 1963): 19.

West, Rebecca. “Carmen at Gunpoint.” Rev. of Revolution: Mexico 1910-1920 by Ronald Atkin. Sunday Telegraph (Feb. 8, 1970): 13.

West, Rebecca. “Carpentry in the Chapel [Account of the opening of the Linskey Tribunal].” Evening Standard 722.38 (Nov. 1, 1948): 1, col. 2; 8, col. 4.

West, Rebecca. “A Charming Book for Bookish People. And a Vivid glimpse of the Middle West.” Revs. of Chadwick Roundabout by Alec Brown; Red Headed Woman by Katharine Brush; The Treasure Field by Henry Dudneney; Siege of Pleasure by Patrick Hamilton; The Blue Angel by Henrich Mann; Morgan’s Yard by Richard Pryce and The Three Fevers by Leo Walmsley. Daily Telegraph (Feb. 12, 1932): 6, col. 3+.

West, Rebecca. “Classics in the Nursery.” Rev. of Tanglewood Tales by N. Hawthorne. Athenaeum No. 4675 Christmas Book Supplement. (Dec. 5, 1919): 1312-13.

West, Rebecca. “A Commentary on Books and Things.” Mostly rev. of Resurrection by Tolstoy. Time and Tide 9 (Dec.14, 1928): 1229-31.

West, Rebecca. “Confessions of Lord Vansittart.” Rev. of The Mist Procession by Lord Vansittart. Sunday Times (May 4, 1958): 6.

West, Rebecca. “Critical Years.” Rev. of Man of the World and ,The Testament of Adolf Hitler: The Hitler-Bormann Documents by Cornelius Vanderbilt. Sunday Telegraph (March 5, 1961): 6.

West, Rebecca. “A Critic’s Discoveries.” Rev. of Realism by Arthur Macdowall. Daily News and Leader (Nov. 26, 1918): 10, col. 3.

West, Rebecca. “The Danger of Loose Thinking.” Rev. of After-War Problems. Ed. W.H. Dawson. Daily News and Leader (July 5, 1917): 2, col. 5.

West, Rebecca. “The Department Store.” Rev. of The Department Store by Margarete Bohme. Freewoman 2 (May 30, 1912): 27-28.

West, Rebecca. “Did nobody tell Attlee what was going on? A world where no one is sacked: This can be terrifying.” Evening Standard (Jan. 26, 1949): 9, col. 1+; 11, col. 5.

West, Rebecca. “Disastrous Pursuit of Love.” Rev. of Marie Stopes by Keith Briant. Sunday Telegraph (May 27, 1962): 6.

West, Rebecca. “Do the Jews Get More than ‘Fair Shares’?” Evening Standard (Oct., 20 1947): 6.

West, Rebecca. “Does the Artist Know Best?” Rev. of The Faith of an Artist ed. John Wilson. Sunday Telegraph (May 20, 1962): 6.

West, Rebecca. “Dog Bit Master.” Rev. of Inside the Third Reich by Albert Speer. Sunday Telegraph (Oct. 18, 1970): 14.

West, Rebecca. “A Dog’s Life with the Brownings; Two Poets Through The Eyes of a Spaniel.” Revs. of Flush: a Biography by Virginia Woolf; Soviet Literature: an Anthology by George Reavey and Marc Slonim; Gog and Magog by G.W. Stonier. Daily Telegraph (Oct. 6, 1933): 6, col. 3+.

West, Rebecca. “Dostoevsky Again.” Rev. of A Raw Youth by Fyodor Dostoevsky. Trans. Constance Garnett. Daily News and Leader (April 15, 1916): 3, col. 5.

West, Rebecca. West, Rebecca. “The Drama. ‘Judith’ [Arnold Bennett] at the Kingsway Theatre.” Outlook 43 (May 10, 1919): 452.

West, Rebecca. “The Drama. ‘St. George and the Dragons’ [Eden Philpotts].” Outlook 43 (June 21, 1919): 625.

West, Rebecca. “The Drama. ‘The Duke of Gandia’ [Swinburne] and ‘The Player Queen’ [W.B. Yeats] at the King’s Hall.” Outlook 43 (May 31, 1919): 536-7.

West, Rebecca. “The Drama. ‘The Faithful’ [J. Mansefield] at the King’s Hall.” Outlook 43 (April 26, 1919): 395-6.

West, Rebecca. “The Drama. The Lost Leader [Lennox Robinson]. Outlook 43 (June 14, 1919): 592.

West, Rebecca. “The Drama. The Russian Ballet.” Outlook 43 (June 7, 1919): 568-9.

West, Rebecca. “Du Maurier’s Charm.” Rev. of George du Maurier by Leonee Ormond. Sunday Telegraph (April 27, 1969): 12.

West, Rebecca. “Early Jacobean.” Rev. of The Complete Tales, vols. 1-2 by Henry James. Sunday Telegraph (April 22, 1962): 7.

West, Rebecca. “Eastern Travel and the English Pastoral.” Revs. of The Works of Man by L. March Phillips; A Superficial Journey Through Tokyo and Peking by Petter Quennell and The Labouring Life by Henry Williamson. Daily Telegraph (Aug. 5, 1932): 13, col. 3+.

West, Rebecca. “Elizabeth is Wed to Philip at Abbey in Royal Splendor.” New York Herald Tribune (Nov. 21, 1947): 1, col. 7; 17, col. 1+.

West, Rebecca. “Elsie Lindtner.” Rev. of Elsie Lindtner by Karin Michaelis. Freewoman 2 (June 13, 1912): 72-73.

West, Rebecca. “Enduring Alone.” Rev. of Solitary Confinement by Christopher Burney. Sunday Telegraph (April 30, 1961): 6.

West, Rebecca. “The Enemy in their homes.” Evening Standard (Nov. 7, 1949): 9, col. 1+.

West, Rebecca. “English Literature, 1880-1905.” Rev. of English Literature, 1880 – 1905 by J.M. Kennedy. Freewoman 2 (July 25, 1912): 187-89.

West Rebecca. “Ethos of an Elite.” Rev. of Sowing by Leonard Woolf. Times Literary Supplement (Sept. 9, 1960): 571-73.

West, Rebecca. “Extravagant Old Master.” Rev. of Prometheus: The Life of Balzac by Andre Mauois. Sunday Telegraph (Nov. 7, 1965): 18.

West, Rebecca. “Far Too Ready with the Know-How.” Rev. of The Autobiography of Eleanor Roosevelt by Eleanor Roosevelt. Sunday Telegraph (July 29, 1962): 6.

West, Rebecca. “Feminity. The Life of a Famous French Woman.” Rev. of Madame Adam: La Grande Francaise by Winifred Stephens. Daily News and Leader (Aug. 9, 1917): 2, col. 6.

West, Rebecca. “Fierce People; The two Wyndham Lewises!” Revs. of Filibusters in Barbery by Wyndham Lewis; The Discovery of Europe by Paul Cohen-Portheim and The Revolt of the Masses by Ortega y Gasset. Daily Telegraph (July 8, 1932): 6, col. 3+.

West, Rebecca. “Fightable Mr. Cobbett.” Rev. of William Cobbett: The Poor Man’s Friend by George Spater. Sunday Telegraph (April 18, 1982): 12.

West, Rebecca. “Fixed in Black and White.” Rev. of Norman Douglas by H.M. Tomlinson. New York Herald Tribune 8 (Nov. 8, 1931): 7, col. 2+.

West, Rebecca. “The Flourishing Art of Biography. Gladstone’s Greatness – & Weakness: Napoleon’s Grim Mother.” Revs. of The Brontes by Irene Coops Willis; Charles II by John Hayward;George Eliot by Anne Freemantle; Dickens by Bernard Darwin; Gladstone by Francis Birrell; Napoleon’s Mother by R. McNair Wilson; Marie Antoinette by Katherine Anthony; Now a Stranger by Humbert Wolfe. Daily Telegraph (March 24, 1933): 8, col. 3+.

West, Rebecca.”Four good novels for different tastes.” Revs. of Memoirs of Other Fronts by Anonymous; Dominique by Eugene Fromentin; The Memorial by Christopher Isherwood and The Bud of Spring by Mary Frances McHugh. Daily Telegraph (April 22, 1932): 6, col. 3+.

West, Rebecca. “French and English.” Rev. of I, Too Have Lived in Arcadia by Belloc Lowndes. Time and Tidea 22 (Nov. 1, 1941): 933, 935.

West, Rebecca. “Frieda – the Brain behind Lawrence.” Rev. of Frieda Lawrence by Robert Lucas. Sunday Telegraph (June 3, 1973): 12.

West, Rebecca. “From White Russia with Love.” Rev. of Farewell to the Don: Journal of Brigadier H.N. Williamson ed. John Harris. Sunday Telegraph (August 23, 1970): 15.

West, Rebecca. “G.B.S. Wades In.” Rev. of Collected Letters vol. 1 by George Bernard Shaw. Sunday Telegraph (Oct 23, 1965): 10.

West, Rebecca. “Galsworthy and Life.” Rev. of The Man of Principle by Dudley Barker. Sunday Telegraph (June 18, 1967): 10.

West, Rebecca. “George Eliot and Frank Harris. Two Revealing Biographies which Provide a Curious Study in Contrast.” Revs. of The Postmaster-General by Hilaire Belloc; Frank Harris by Hugh Kingsmill; Bright Skin by Julia Peterkin; Madam Julia’s Tale by Naomi Royde-Smith and The Life of George Eliot by Emilie & Georges Romieu. Daily Telegraph (May 27, 1932): 8, col. 3+.

West, Rebecca. “Gertrude Bell and Her Friendships.” Rev. of Gertrude Bell by Elizabeth Burgoyne. Sunday Times (July 20, 1958): 7.

West, Rebecca. “The Girl Who Left Home. Mr. Bennett’s New Novel.” Rev. of The Lion’s Share by Arnold Bennett. Daily News and Leader (Sept. 14, 1916): 4, col. 5.

West, Rebecca. “Girls Will Be Boys.” Rev. of Challenge by Vita Sackville-West. Sunday Telegraph (Feb. 14, 1974): 14.

West, Rebecca. “Great Scott – Or Was He?” Rev. of The Achievement of Walter Scott by A.O.J. Cockshut. Sunday Telegraph (June 22, 1969): 11.

West, Rebecca. “The Greatest Living Novelist?” Rev. of The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse by Vincente Blasco Ibanez. Daily News and Leader (July 14, 1919): 5, col. 3.

West, Rebecca. “‘Hag-Ridden’ Ruskin’s Lost Grip on the Moderns.” Revs. of The Letter-writers by Lyn Ll. Irvine; Ruskin by David Larg and The Pascarella Family by Franz Werfel. Daily Telegraph (Oct. 14, 1932): 6, col. 3+.

West, Rebecca. “He That Plays the Fool.” Rev. of Praises of Folly by Walter Kaiser. Sunday Telegraph (Feb 8, 1964): 16.

West, Rebecca. “High Fountain of Genius.” Rev. of Orlando by Virginia Woolf. New York Herald Tribune 5 (Oct. 21, 1928): 1, 6, pt. 1, col. 1+.

West, Rebecca. “High Roman Fashion.” Rev. of The Public Image by Muriel Spark. Sunday Telegraph (June 16, 1968): 12.

West, Rebecca. “His secret was an astonished interest in human nature.” Rev. of Tommy Handley by Ted Kavanaugh. Evening Standard (Dec. 1, 1949): 8, col. 1+.

West, Rebecca. “An Honest Man.” Rev. of Face of the World by Johan Bojer. Daily News and Leader (Dec. 3, 1919): 5, col. 2+.

West, Rebecca. “How Stalin murdered Trotsky.” Rev. of Murder in Mexico by Sanchez Salazar with the collaboration of Julian Gorkin. Evening Standard 39, 157 (Mar. 29, 1950): 13, col.1+.

West, Rebecca. “How to be a Rebel.” Revs. of The Complete Grammar of Anarchy by Members of the War Cabinet and their Friends and A Handbook for Rebels: a Guide to successful Defiance of the British Government extracts from the speeches of Sir Edward Carson, K.C., M.P., P.C., and others. Daily News and Leader (Oct. 4, 1918): 4, col. 4.

West, Rebecca. “The Hoover Frame of Mind.” Rev. of The Problems of Lasting Peace by Herbert Hoover and Hugh Gilson. Atlantic (Jun. 1943): 47-53.

West, Rebecca. “A Human Problem Eight Centuries Old.” Revs. of The Stricken LuteVirginia Woolf: The Common Reader by Roger B. Lloyd; The Life of William Beckford by J.W. Oliver; The Bonapartes in the New World by E.M. Oddie. Daily Telegraph (Nov. 4, 1932): 6, col. 3+.

West, Rebecca. “Humour While You Wait.” Rev. of Wit and its Relation to the Unconscious by S. Freud. Daily News and Leader (May 3, 1917): 2, col. 6.

West, Rebecca. “In Accordance with the Evidence.” Rev. of In Accordance with the Evidence by Oliver Onions. Freewoman 1 (May 16, 1912): 509-10.

West, Rebecca. “In Defense of the Democratic Idea.” Rev. of Notes on Democracy by H.L. Mencken. New York Herald Tribune 3 (Nov. 14, 1926): 4, pt. 1, col. 1+.

West, Rebecca. “In Love’s Tolls.” Rev. of Love in Five Temperaments by J. Christopher Herold. Sunday Telegraph (Sept 24, 1961): 6.

West, Rebecca. “The Intellectual Temper.” Rev. of Crime and Criminals by Charles Mercier. Daily News and Leader (Feb. 21, 1919): 6, col. 5.

West, Rebecca. “In the Steamy Places of the Earth and On the Wild Sea.” Rev. of Gallion’s Reach by H.M. Tomlinson. New York Herald Tribune 3 (Sept. 4, 1927): 1, 5, pt.2, col. 1+.

West, Rebecca. “In the Theatre.” Rev. of The Modern Drama: an Essay in Interpretation by L. Lewisohn. Daily News and Leader (August 11, 1919): 4, col. 5+.

West, Rebecca. “Intelligence Grandee.” Rev. of The Craft of Intelligence by Allen Duiles. Sunday Telegraph ( March 15, 1964): 13.

West, Rebecca. “Ireland Forever.” Revs. of The Red and the Green by Iris Murdoch and The Mandelbaum Gate by Muriel Spark. Sunday Telegraph (Oct. 17, 1965): 13.

West, Rebecca. “Jailed for Freedom.” Rev. of Jailed for Freedom by Doris Stevens. Time and Tide 3 (March 24, 1922): 272, 273.

West, Rebecca. “John Galsworthy’s Popularity.” Rev. of Maid in Waiting by John Galsworthy. New York Herald Tribune 8 (Nov. 15, 1931): 1, 6, col. 1+.

West, Rebecca. “Judged by Their Courts.” Rev. of The Faces of Justice by Sybille Bedford. Sunday Telegraph (May 21, 1961): 7.

West, Rebecca. “The King.” Revs. of The KingSonnets and Ballate of Guido Cavalcanti by Stephen Phillips and Poems of Love and Earth by John Drinkwater. Trans. Ezra Pound. Freewoman 2 (Sept. 5, 1912): 306-07.

West, Rebecca. “Kipling’s Last Book.” Nash’s “Pall Mall” Magazine 89.472 (Sept., 1932): 32.

West, Rebecca. “Lady Rhondda’s World and People: Vivid Memories of Intricate Characters.” Revs. of The Gold Falcon by Anon; This as My World by Viscountess Rhondda; All Men are Enemies by Richard Aldington. Daily Telegraph (Mar. 7, 1933): 17, col. 3+.

West, Rebecca. “The Last Book.” Rev. of The Middle Years by Henry James. Daily News and Leader (Nov. 6, 1917): 2, col. 5.

West, Rebecca. “Lectures on Dickens to the Women’s Freedom League.” Bookman 52 (Sept., 1920): 95.

West, Rebecca. “Lecturing in America.” Living Age 340 (July, 1931): 513-4, excerpts in New York Times sect. IX (March 12, 1931): 2, col. 7+.

West, Rebecca. Letter to S. K. Ratcliffe. July 1917. Rebecca West Collection, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Yale University.

West, Rebecca. “Little Horror of War.” New Yorker 17 (Nov. 15, 1941): 29-41.

West, Rebecca. “Little Time for Women.” Rev. of Truth to Life: the Art of Biography by A.O.J. Cockshut. Sunday Telegraph (Feb. 24, 1974): 14.

West, Rebecca. “Little Victims at Work and Play.” Rev. of Centuries of Childhood by Philippe Arles. Sunday Telegraph (Aug. 26, 1962): 7.

West, Rebecca. “Living Philosophies X Pleasure by your Guide.” Nation New York 148 (Feb. 25, 1939): 229-232.

West, Rebecca. “Lolita, A Tragic Book with a Sly Grimace.” Rev. of Lolita by Vladimir Nabokov. Sunday Times (Nov. 8, 1959): 16.

West, Rebecca. “Londoners.” Rev. of Mendel by Gilbert Cannan. Daily News and Leader (Oct. 13, 1916): 4, col. 4.

West, Rebecca. “The Long Chain of Criticism.” Rev. of American Criticism ed. W.A. Drake. New York Herald Tribune 3 (Dec. 5, 1926): 1, 8, pt. 1, col. 1.

West, Rebecca. “Lunatic at Large.” Rev. of Battle in Bossenden Wood by P.G. Rogers. Sunday Telegraph (July 16, 1961): 6.

West, Rebecca. “Lynch Law Dies Hard in the Southern States.” Daily Telegraph (Jun. 27, 1947): 4, col. 4+.

West, Rebecca. “M. Clemenceau’s Novel.” Rev. of The Strongest by Georges Clemenceau. Daily News and Leader (March 11, 1920): 5, col. 3+.

West, Rebecca. “MacArthur Nominating Speech Points a Moral to Rebecca West.” New York Herald Tribune (Jun. 26, 1948).

West, Rebecca. “Machines and Civilization.” Rev. of Whither Mankind ed. Charles Beard. New York Herald Tribune 5 (Nov. 4, 1928): 1, 6, pt. 1, col. 1+.

West, Rebecca. “Madame de Stael.” Rev. of Mistress to an Age by Christopher Herold. Encounter 13 (July 1959): 66-73.

West, Rebecca. “Magnificent Mexican.” Rev. of The Fabulous Life of Diego Rivera by Bertram D. Wolfe. Sunday Telegraph (April 7, 1968): 12.

West, Rebecca. “Male and Female He Made Them.” Rev. of Conundrum by Jan Morris. New York Times Book Review (April 14, 1974): 5.

West, Rebecca. “Male and Female: A Battle of Words and Wits.” By Desmond, Shaw and Rebecca West. Nash’s “Pall Mall” Magazine 91.483 (Aug., 1933): 5.

West, Rebecca. “Man Alive.” Rev. of Manalive by G.K. ChestertonFreewoman 1 (March 14, 1912): 334-335.

West, Rebecca. “The Man From Main Street: Study of Sinclair Lewis.” Nash’s “Pall Mall” Magazine 95.507 (Aug. 1935) 26-27, 101-104.

West, Rebecca. “The Man Not Born to Rule.” Rev. of Rules of the Game: Sir Oswald and Cynthia Mosley by Nicholas Mosley. Sunday Telegraph (Oct. 10, 1982): 16.

West, Rebecca. “The Man Who Told Too Much.” Rev. of RN: The Memoirs of Richard Nixon by Richard Nixon. Sunday Telegraph (June 11, 1978): 12.

West, Rebecca. “Marriage.” Rev. of Marriage by H.G. Wells. Freewoman 2 (Sept. 19, 1912): 346-48.

West, Rebecca. “The Matador of the Five Towns.” Revs. of The Matador of the Five Towns by Arnold Bennett and The Charwoman’s Daughter by James Stephens. Freewoman 1 (April 4, 1912): 387-88.

West, Rebecca. “The Matter with Women’s Work. Feminists and the Future.” Revs. of Woman on Her OwnFalse Gods and The Red Robe by Brieux. Daily News and Leader (Nov. 30, 1916): 4, col.4.

West, Rebecca. “A medley of Biography. Marquise Who Inspired a War.” Revs. of Memoirs of the marquise de la Rochjaquelin; Charles Ganz ed., A Fitzgerald medley; Hugh Kingsmill: A Talbe of Truth; Frans Johannes von Weinrich: St. Ewlizabeth of Hungary; Daid Glass larg: Trial by VirginsDaily Telegraph (Apr. 25, 1933): 10, col. 6.

West, Rebecca. “The Meaning of Treason [letter].” Times Literary Supplement 48.2499 (Dec. 23, 1949): 841.

West, Rebecca. “The Meaning of Treason.” Harpers 195 (Oct., 1947): 289-293.

West, Rebecca. “Men and Books.” Rev. of The House of Macmillan (1843-1943) by Charles Morgan. Time and Tide 24 (Dec. 4, 1943): 996-998.

West, Rebecca. “Men and Books: Novel Opinions.” Revs. of Ten Novels and Their Authors by Somerset Maugham and The English Novel: A Short Critical History by Walter Allen. Time and Tide 35 (1954): 1483-84.

West, Rebecca. “Men and Women Unprepared for Adult Experience in Today’s World.” Rev. of Male and Female by Margaret Mead. New York Herald Tribune (Oct. 16, 1949): 3.

West, Rebecca. “Men, Mind and Morals.” Revs. of Problems of Men, Mind and Morals by E. Belfort Bax and The Solemnization of Jacklin by Florence Farr. Freewoman 1 (April 25, 1912): 447-48.

West, Rebecca. “Merlin with the Moon Face.” Rev. of Klop and the Ustinov Family by Nadia Benois Ustinov. Sunday Telegraph (May 27, 1973): 12.

West, Rebecca. “The Minor Key.” Rev. of The Closed Door by Jean de Bosschere. Trans. May Sinclair. Daily News and Leader (Oct. 23, 1917): 2, col. 6.

West, Rebecca. “Minor Poets.” Revs. of The Strummings of a Lyre by F. Benham Burr; The Cap of Care by James E. Pickering; Sonnets by A. Pelham Webb and The Phantom Ship by E.H. Visiak. Freewoman 2 (June 6, 1912): 48-49.

West, Rebecca. “Miss Cather’s Business as an Artist.” Death Comes to the Archbishop by Willa Cather. New York Herald Tribune 3 (Sept. 11, 1927):1, 5, 6, pt. 2, col. 1+.

West, Rebecca. “Miss Sinclair’s Genius.” Rev. of A Journal of Impressions in Belgium by May Sinclair. Daily News and Leader (Aug. 24, 1915): 6, col. 1.

West, Rebecca. “A Modern Crusader.” Revs. of A Modern Crusader by Florence Edgar Hobson; Vale by Leonard Inkster and Indian Tales of Love and Beauty by Josephine Ransome. Freewoman 2 (May 23, 1912): 8-10.

West, Rebecca. “Morals in a Muddle.” Rev. of Private Conscience – Public Morality by Brian Inglis. Sunday Telegraph (July 26, 1964): 15.

West, Rebecca. “Mounting Greenery.” Rev. of Brighton RockEngland Made MeIt’s a BattlefieldOur Man in Havana by Graham Greene. Sunday Telegraph (April 19, 1970): 14.

West, Rebecca. “Mr. Barry Pain.” Rev. of Collected Tales: Volume One by Barry B. Pain. Daily News and Leader (Sept. 27, 1916): 7, col. 4.

West, Rebecca. “Mr. Bennett’s Trilogy.” Rev. of These Twain by Arnold Bennett. Daily News and Leader (Jan. 14, 1916): 6, col. 1+.

West, Rebecca. “Mr. Hewlett’s Serenade.” Rev. of Love and Lucy by Maurice Hewlett. Daily News and Leader (Nov. 3, 1916): 6, col. 4.

West, Rebecca. “Mr. Hueffer’s New Novel.” Rev. of The Good Soldier by Ford Madox Hueffer. Daily News and Leader (April 2, 1915): 6, col.1.

West, Rebecca. “Mr. Mackenzie’s Novel.” Rev. of Guy and Pauline by Compton Mackenzie. Daily News and Leader (Sept. 15, 1915): 6, col. 1.

West, Rebecca. “Mr. Mackenzie’s Sequel.” Rev. of Sylvia and Michael by Compton Mackenzie. Daily News and Leader (April 2, 1919): 7, col. 1+.

West, Rebecca. “Mr. Merrick’s New Book.” Rev. of While Paris Laughed by Leonard Merrick. Outlook London 42: 159-60.

West, Rebecca. “Mr. President on the Couch.” Rev. of Woodrow Wilson: a Psychological Study by Sigmund Freud. Sunday Telegraph (May 14, 1967): 8.

West, Rebecca. “Mr. Russell’s Views.” Rev. of Roads to Freedom: Socialism, Anarchism and Syndicalism by Bertrand Russell. Daily News and Leader (Dec. 24, 1918): 2, col. 7+.

West, Rebecca. “Mr. Thomas Hardy.” Rev. of Thomas Hardy by Harold Child. Daily News and Leader (Feb. 21, 1916): 6, col. 2.

West, Rebecca. “Mr. Tomlinson’s Prose.” Rev. of Old Junk by H.M. Tomlinson. Daily News and Leader (April 14, 1919): 6, col. 3+.

West, Rebecca. “Mr. Wells through American Eyes.” Rev. of The World of H.G. Wells by Van Wyck Brooks. Daily News and Leader (Aug. 14, 1915): 6, col. 1.

West, Rebecca. “Mr. Yeat’s Essays.” Rev. of The Cutting of an Agate by W.B. Yeats. Daily News and Leader (June 14, 1919): 2, col. 5.

West, Rebecca. “The Myth of the “Modern” Woman. A Book Which Recalls Achievements of 100 Years Ago.” Revs. of The Adventurous Thirties by Janet E. Courtney; Scarlet Josephine by Majorie Worthington; The Sclipse of Chrisianity in Asia by L.E. Browne; Poets: A Lying Word by Laura Riding. Daily Telegraph (Dec. 29, 1933): 18, col. 3+.

West, Rebecca. “Napoleonism.” Rev. of Letters of Captain Engelbert LutyensDaily News and Leader (Jan. 6, 1916): 4, col. 5.

West, Rebecca. “The Need for Serenity in Novel Writing. Our young satirists who incline to Brawling.” Revs. of The Orators by W.H. Auden; Soft Answers by Richard Aldington; Thank Heaven Fasting by E.M. Delafield; A Wife and Child by Eleanor Reid; Jane Austen, her Life Work by David Rhydderch; Return Belphegor! by Sherard Vines and Whips and Scorpians ed. Sherard Vines. Daily Telgraph (June 3, 1932): 18, col. 3+.

West, Rebecca. “The New Deal.” Time and Tide 16 (Aug. 24, 1935): 1216-1217.

West, Rebecca. “The New Deal. Part II.” Time and Tide 16 (Aug. 31, 1935): 1241-1244.

West, Rebecca. “The New Deal. Part III.” Time and Tide 16 (Sept. 7, 1935): 1268-1269.

West, Rebecca. “The New Deal. Part IV.” Time and Tide 16 (Sept. 14, 1935): 1297-1300.

West, Rebecca. “The New Humpty Dumpty.” Rev. of The New Humpty Dumpty by Daniel Chaney. Freewoman 2 (Sept. 26, 1912): 36-68.

West, Rebecca. “New Novels.” Revs. of Development by W. Bryher and The House in Dormer Forest by Mary Webb. New Statesman 15 (Aug. 7, 1920): 504-5.

West, Rebecca. “A Night in The Luxembourg.” Rev. of A Night in the Luxembourg by Remy de Gourmont. Trans. Arthur Ransome. Freewoman 2 (June 20, 1912): 88-90.

West, Rebecca. “No Idle Dream.” Rev. of Ecstasy by Marghanita Laski. Sunday Telegraph (Nov. 19, 1961): 7.

West, Rebecca. “Notes of Novels.” Rev. of Women in Love by D.H. Lawrence. New Statesman 17 (July 9, 1921): 388, 390.

West, Rebecca. “Notes of Novels.” Revs. of The Amorous Cheat by Basil Creighton; The Last Fortnight by Mary Agnes Hamilton; Quiet Interior by E.B.C. Jones and The Headland by C.A. Dawson-Scott. New Statesman 16 (Oct 23, 1920): 82-83.

West, Rebecca. “Notes on Novels”. Revs. of Figures of Earth by James Branch Cabell; Mortal Coils by Aldous Huxley and The Lonely Unicorn by Alec Waugh. New Statesman 19 (May 13, 1922): 156, 158.

West, Rebecca. “Notes on Novels.” Revs. of The Black Curtain by Jeffrey E. Jeffery and The Book of Youth by Margaret Skelton. New Statesman 15 (May 1, 1920): 108.

West, Rebecca. “Notes on Novels.” Rev. of Charles Rex by Ethel M. Dell. New Statesman 19 (Sept, 16, 1922): 638, 640.

West, Rebecca. “Notes on Novels.” Rev. of Linda Condon by Joseph Hergesheimer. New Statesman 15 (July 17, 1920): 422-3.

West, Rebecca. “Notes on Novels.” Rev. of The Age of Consent by Evelyn Fane. New Statesman 19 (June 10, 1922): 269.

West, Rebecca. “Notes on Novels.” Rev. on Beauty and Bands by Ellen Thorneycroft Fowler; Growth of the Soil by Knut Hamsun and The Tall Villa by Lucas Malet. New Statesman 15 (May 15, 1920): 167-68.

West, Rebecca. “Notes on Novels.” Revs. of A Love Conference by Mrs. Arthur Harter; Aaron’s Rod by D.H. Lawrence and Caged Birds by S.P.B. Mais. New Statesman 19 (July 8, 1922): 388, 390.

West, Rebecca. “Notes on Novels.” Revs. of A Market Bundle by A. Neil Lyons and The Memoirs of a Midget by Walter de la Mare. New Statesman 17 (Aug. 6, 1921): 496, 498.

West, Rebecca. “Notes on Novels.” Revs. of A Tale that is Told by Frederick Niven and Autumn Crocuses by Anne Douglas Sedgwick. New Statesman 16 (Oct. 9, 1920): 20, 22.

West, Rebecca. “Notes on Novels.” Revs. of Antonia by Viola Meynell and Vocations by Gerald O’Donovan. New Statesman 17 (Sept. 17, 1921): 650, 652.

West, Rebecca. “Notes on Novels.” Revs. of Babbitt by Sinclair Lewis. New Statesman 20 (Oct. 21, 1922): 78, 80.

West, Rebecca. “Notes on Novels.” Revs. of Caliban by W.L. George; The Romantic by May Sinclair and Lary Munro by G.B. Stern. New Statesman 16 (Oct. 16, 1920): 50, 52.

West, Rebecca. “Notes on Novels.” Revs. of Cytherea by Joseph Hergesheimer and Jacob’s Room by Virginia Woolf. New Statesman 20 (Nov. 4, 1922): 142, 144.

West, Rebecca. “Notes on Novels.” Revs. of Crome Yellow by Aldous Huxley and The Tower of Oblivion by Oliver Onions. New Statesman 18 (Dec. 17, 1921): 322.

West, Rebecca. “Notes on Novels.” Revs. of Dangerous Ages by Rose Macaulay; Martha and Mary by Olive Salter and Intrusion by Beatrice Kean Seymour. New Statesman 17 (June 11, 1921): 277-78.

West, Rebecca. “Notes on Novels.” Revs. of Dr. Adriaan and The Twilight of the Souls by Louis Couperus. New Statesman 15 (July 3, 1920): 366, 368.

West, Rebecca. “Notes on Novels.” Revs. of Elinor Colhouse by Stephen Hudson; The Triumph of the Egg and Poor White by Sherwood Anderson. New Statesman 18 (Feb. 18, 1922): 564, 566.

West, Rebecca. “Notes on Novels.” Revs. Of Elizabeth and her German Garden by Mary Annette Beauchamp Arnim; Ann Severn and the Fieldings by May Sinclair and The Enchanted April by. New Statesman 20 (Dec. 2, 1922): 270, 272.

West, Rebecca. “Notes on Novels.” Revs. Of Elizabeth and Her German Garden by Mary Annette Beauchamp Arnim; To Let by John Galsworthy; Their Hearts by Violet Hunt and Vera by. New Statesman 18 (Oct. 15, 1921): 50, 52.

West, Rebecca. “Notes on Novels.” Revs. of Good Grain by Emmeline Morrison and Coquette by Frank Swinnerton. New Statesman 17 (Sept. 3, 1921): 597-8.

West, Rebecca. “Notes on Novels.” Revs. of Heartbeat by Stacy Aumonier; The Bent Twig by Dorothy Canfield and The Lay Anthony by Joseph Hergesheimer. New Statesman 19 (Aug. 19, 1922): 540.

West, Rebecca. “Notes on Novels.” Revs. of I Have Only Myself to Blame by Elizabeth Bibesco and Mountain Blood by Joseph Hergesheimer. New Statesman 18 (March 4, 1922): 621, 622.

West, Rebecca. “Notes on Novels.” Revs. of Maria Chapdelaine by Louis Hemon and The Clash by Storm Jameson. New Statesman 19 (May 27, 1922): 213.

West, Rebecca. “Notes on Novels.” Revs. of Martin Pippin in the Apple Orchard by Eleanor Farjeon and The White Riband by F. Tennyson Jesse. New Statesman 18 (Dec. 3, 1921): 257.

West, Rebecca. “Notes on Novels.” Revs. of Miser’s Money by Eden Phillpotts; Shepherd’s Warning by Eric Leadbitter; Uncle Lionel by S.P.B. Mais and Tatterdemalion by John Galsworthy. New Statesman 15 (April 10, 1920): 18, 20.

West, Rebecca. “Notes on Novels.” Revs. of Mr. Podd of Borneo by Peter Blundell; The Story of the Siren by E.M. Forster and The Song of The Blood-red Flower by Johannes Linnanoski. New Statesman 15 (Aug. 28, 1920): 576-7.

West, Rebecca. “Notes on Novels.” Revs. of My Three Husbands by Anonymous; The Rough Crossing by Sylvia Thompson and Pleasure by Alec Waugh. New Statesman 17 (May 28, 1921): 218, 20.

West, Rebecca. “Notes on Novels.” Revs. of Overlooked by Maurice Baring and Genevra’s Money by E.V. Lucas. New Statesman 19 (Sept, 30, 1922): 690, 692.

West, Rebecca. “Notes on Novels.” Revs. of Patchwork by Beverley Nichols and Adrienne Toner by Anne Douglas Sedgwick. New Statesman 18 (Nov. 19, 1921): 200, 202.

West, Rebecca. “Notes on Novels.” Revs. of Piracy by Michael Arlen and Command by William McFee. New Statesman 20 (Nov. 18, 1922): 206.

West, Rebecca. “Notes on Novels.” Revs. of Potterism by Rose Macaulay; The Laughter of Fools by Lady Dorothy Mills and Madeline of the Desert by Arthur Weigall. New Statesman 15 (May 29, 1920): 226, 228.

West, Rebecca. “Notes on Novels.” Revs. of Shuttered Doors by Mrs. William Hicks Beach and Mrs. Warren’s Daughter by Sir Harry Johnston. New Statesman 15 (April 17, 1920): 46-47.

West, Rebecca. “Notes on Novels.” Revs. of Soliloquy by Stephen McKenna; The Cloak of Gold by John Hastings Turner; The Van Roon by J.C. Snaith; The Dancer and Other Tales by Stephen Tellents; The Wedgwood Medallion by E.C.B. Jones; Variety by Sarah Grand; A Baker’s Dozen by Mrs. Henry Dudeney and The Grain of Sand by Yoi Maraini. New Statesman 20 (Oct. 7, 1922): 16.

West, Rebecca. “Notes on Novels.” Revs. of Tales of My Native Town by Gabriele D’Annunzio; Open the Door by Catherine Carswell and Peter Middleton by Henry K. Marks. New Statesman 15 (June 5, 1920): 253-4.

West, Rebecca. “Notes on Novels.” Revs. of Tension by E.M. Delafield and Sir Harry by Archibald Marshall. New Statesman 15 (July 31, 1920): 477-8.

West, Rebecca. “Notes on Novels.” Revs. of The Absurd Adventure by Stanley Guise; Harlequinade by Holloway Horn; A Mouse with Wings by Henrietta Leslie; Laughter Street StreetLondon by Mary Oppenshaw; Pink Gods and Blue Demons by Cynthia Stockley and Brute Gods by Louis Wilkinson. New Statesman 15 (June 12, 1920): 282, 284.

West, Rebecca. “Notes on Novels.” Revs. of The Brimming Cup by Dorothy Canfield; Pugs and Peacocks by Gilbert Cannan and The Hall and the Grange by Archibald Marshall. New Statesman 17 (July 23, 1921): 444.

West, Rebecca. “Notes on Novels.” Revs. of The Happy Foreigner by Enid Bagnold and God’s Price by Maud Leeson. New Statesman 15 (July 10, 1920): 394.

West, Rebecca. “Notes on Novels.” Revs. of The House of the Fighting Cocks by Henry Baerlein; Mary Lee by Geoffrey Dennis and The Glimpses of The Moon by Edith Wharton. New Statesman 19 (Sept. 2, 1922): 588.

West, Rebecca. “Notes on Novels.” Revs. of The Jewel in the Lotus by Rosita Forbes; The Book about Little Brother by Gustaf af Geyer; Ditte, Daughter of Man by Martin Andersen Nexo and Wildfang by Ernest Oldmeadow. New Statesman 19 (April 15, 1922): 45, 46.

West, Rebecca. “Notes on Novels.” Revs. of The Kingfisher by Phyllis Bottome and The Room by G.B. Stern. New Statesman 18 (April 1, 1922): 734, 736.

West, Rebecca. “Notes on Novels.” Revs. of The Kingfisher by Phyllis Bottome and The Room by G.B. Stern. New Statesman 18 (April 1, 1922): 734, 736.

West, Rebecca. “Notes on Novels.” Revs. of The Law Inevitable by Louis Couperus and Sweet Waters by Harold Nicolson. New Statesman 18 (Feb. 4, 1922): 504, 506.

West, Rebecca. “Notes on Novels.” Revs. of The Little Death by Irene Forbes-Mosse; The Singing Capitives by E.C.B. Jones; Her Father’s Daughter by Gene Stratton Porter and Joanna Godden by Sheila Kaye-Smith. New Statesman 17 (Oct. 1, 1921): 706, 708.

West, Rebecca. “Notes on Novels.” Revs. of The Master of Man by Hall Caine and An Enthusiast by E. OE. Somerville. New Statesman 17 (Aug. 20, 1921): 548.

West, Rebecca. “Notes on Novels.” Revs. of The Prisoners of Hartling by J.D. Beresford and The Garden Party by Katherine Mansfield. New Statesman 18 (March 18, 1922): 678.

West, Rebecca. “Notes on Novels.” Revs. of The Things We Are by John Middleton Murry; The Heir by V. Sackville-West and The New Decameron vol. III by Various authors. New Statesman 19 (June 24, 1922): 326.

West, Rebecca. “Notes on Novels.” Revs. of The Trembling of a Leaf by W. Somerset Maugham and The Red Knight by F. Brett Young. New Statesman 18 (Nov. 5, 1921): 140, 142.

West, Rebecca. “Notes on Novels.” Revs. of The Ways of Laughter by Herold Begbie and Kimono by John Paris. New Statesman 17 (June 25, 1921): 334, 336.

West, Rebecca. “Notes on Novels.” Revs. of They Went by Norman Douglas and The Tragic Bride by F. Brett Young. New Statesman 15 (Oct. 2, 1920): 706-7.

West, Rebecca. “Notes on Novels.” Revs. of What Timmy Did by Mrs. Belloc-LowndesThe Haunting by C.A. Dawson Scott and Sidonie by Pierre Coalfleet. New Statesman 18 (Dec. 31, 1921): 373, 374.

West, Rebecca. “Notes on Novels.” Revs. of Winesburg, Ohio by Sherwood Anderson and The Holy Tree by Gerald O’Donovan. New Statesman 19 (July 22, 1922): 443, 444.

West, Rebecca. “Notes on Novels.” Revs. on The Honourable Gentleman by Achmed Abdullah; The Lonely House by Mrs. Belloc Lowndes; Eight Short Stories by Lennox Robinson and The Third Window by Anne Douglas Sedgwick. New Statesman 15 (May 8, 1920):137-8.

West, Rebecca. “Notes on the Way.” Rev. of Nationalism and After by E.H. Carr. Time and Tides 26 (Mar. 24, 1945): 241-242.

West, Rebecca. “Notes on the Way.” Time and Tide (Dec. 2, 1950): 1199-1200.

West, Rebecca. “Notes on the Way.” Time and Tide 15 (May 5, 1931): 575-576.

West, Rebecca. “Notes on the Way.” Time and Tide 21 (Mar. 9, 1940): 237-238.

West, Rebecca. “Notes on the Way.” Time and Tide 21 (Mar. 16, 1940): 276-278.

West, Rebecca. “Notes on the Way.” Time and Tide 22 (Dec. 6, 1941): 1053-1054.

West, Rebecca. “Notes on the Way.” Time and Tide 23 (Oct. 31): 853-855.

West, Rebecca. “Notes on the Way.” Time and Tide 23 (Nov. 7, 1942): 884-886.

West, Rebecca. “Notes on the Way.” Time and Tide 30 (Jul. 23, 1949): 741-743; (Jul. 30, 1949): 765-768.

West, Rebecca. “Notes on the Way. The Records of General Mihailovitch.” Harpers 192 (Jun. 1946): 521-527.

West, Rebecca. “Notes on the Way.” Time and Tide 32 (Dec. 8, 1951): 1173-1175.

West, Rebecca. “Nothing to do but to die.This is the tragedy of Germany’s many refugees.” Evening Standard (Jul. 4, 1949): 9, col. 3+.

West, Rebecca. “A Novel of Feminism.” Rev. of Angela’s Business by Henry Sydnor Harrison. Daily News and Leader (May 4, 1915): 7, col. 2.

West, Rebecca. “These Good Novels about Bad People.” Revs. of Year Before Last by Kay Boyle and Meaning of Modern Sculpture by R.H. Wilenski. Daily Telegraph (July 29, 1932): 15, col. 3+.

West, Rebecca. “Novel of Ideas.” Rev. of The Research Magnificent by H.G. Wells. New Republic 5.55 (Nov. 20, 1915): 3-5.

West, Rebecca. “The Novelist in Controversy. A Reply to Mr. Bernard Shaw.” Rev. of Between St. Dennis and St. George: a Sketch of Three Civilizations by Ford Madox Hueffer. Daily News and Leader (Nov. 11, 1915): 4, col. 5.

West, Rebecca. “Novelists’ Mistakes.” Revs. of The Golden Scarecrow by Hugh Walpole and The Passionate Crime by E. Temple Thurston. Daily News and Leader (Sept. 27, 1915): 8, col. 1.

West, Rebecca. “Novels Which Reveal the Heart of Things.” Revs. of The Delicate Fire by Naomi Mitcheson; Tropical Waters by Ronald Fraser; Quintet by Esther Maynell; New Timber lane by Ernest Raymond; The Thibaults by Roger Martin de Gard;Papa La Fleur by Zona Gale; Twenty Years A’-growing by Maurice O’Sullivan. Daily Telegraph (May 12, 1933): 18, col. 3+.

West, Rebecca. “The Oddities of Our Modern Novelists: Cleverness in Technique is not Enough.” Revs. of Sartoris by William Faulkner; Women Are So Serious by Pamela Frankau; Born Old, Died Young by Inez Holden; Four Extra Daughters by Joanna Maconechy; Midsummer Night Maddess by Sean O’Faolain; and Summer’s Light by Sylvia Thompson. Daily Telegraph (March 4, 1932): 6, col. 3+.

West, Rebecca. “O Surfers, O Models!” Rev. of The Mid-Atlantic Man by Tom Wolfe. Sunday Telegraph (Sept. 21, 1969): 12.

West, Rebecca. “Odd Happenings in the Fjords.” Rev. of Mysteries by Knut Hamsun. Sunday Telegraph (Jan. 6, 1974): 12.

West, Rebecca. “Oddest of Martyrs.” Rev. of The Road to Harpers Ferry by J.C. Furnas. Sunday Telegraph (April 2, 1961): 6.

West, Rebecca. “Of Cats and the Light.” Harpers Bazaar 84.2860 (Mar. 15, 1950): 47, 90-93.

West, Rebecca. “Old Stager.” Revs. of A Doll’s HousePillars of SocietyGhosts by Ibsen. Trans. J.W. McFarlane and Little Eyolf, The Master Builder, by Ibsen. Trans. Michael Myers. Sunday Telegraph (Aug. 13, 1961): 7.

West, Rebecca. “Oh Why is Success A Dirty Word?” Rev. of Making It by Norman Podhoretz. Sunday Telegraph (Sept. 1, 1968): 11.

West, Rebecca. “On His Way to the Bank.” Rev. of Montague Norman by Andrew Boyle. Sunday Telegraph (Nov. 12, 1967): 12.

West, Rebecca. “On Not Telling All That One Knows.” Rev. of A Variety of Things by Max Beerbohm. New York Herald Tribune 5 (Oct. 14, 1928): 1, 6, pt.1, col.1+.

West, Rebecca. “One World, Different People.” Chatelaine. Toronto. (Dec. 1945).

West, Rebecca. “Only Human.” Rev. of The Humanist Frame by Sir Juliam Huxley. Sunday Telegraph (Sept. 17, 1961): 6.

West, Rebecca. “Ordeal by Complication.” Rev. of Ordeal by Slander by Owen Lattimore. Time and Tide 33 (1952): 707-709.

West, Rebecca. “Our Duty towards India.” Rev. of India and the Future by William Archer. Daily News and Leader (Dec. 17, 1917): 2, col. 5.

West, Rebecca. “Our Health. Some Unorthodox Opinions.” Rev. of Health and the State by W.A. Brend. Daily News and Leader (Aug. 21, 1917): 2, col. 6.

West, Rebecca. “A Pacifist on War. The ‘Product of Ineptitude’.” Rev. of The War for the World by Isreal Zangwill. Daily News and Leader (July 21, 1916): 4, col. 4.

West, Rebecca. “Paradise by Force.” Rev. of Reflections on the Revolution of our Time by Harold Lask. Time and Tide 24 (Oct. 16, 1943): 844-846.

West, Rebecca. “Paris is just and illusion.” Evening Standard (Jan. 9, 1950): 9, col. 1+.

West, Rebecca. “Pass the Iguana.” Rev. of Pound Wise by Osbert Sitwell. Sunday Telegraph (Jan. 27, 1963): 8.

West, Rebecca. “A Passage to Ceylon.” Rev. of Growing by Leonard Woolf. Times Literary Supplement (Nov. 24, 1961): 834-5.

West, Rebecca. “Paul Verlaine and his Evil Associate. Two Glorious Lyric Poets of Mis-Spent Lives.” Revs. of Poet under Saturn by Marcel Coulon and These Moderns and Some Parisian Close Ups by F. Ribadeau Dumas. Daily Telegraph (June 17, 1932): 17, col. 3+.

West, Rebecca. “Philadelphia Provides a Lesson In the Handling of Civil Rights.” New York Herald Tribune (Jul. 15, 1948): 7, col. 1+.

West, Rebecca. “Terrorism with a Pedigree.” Rev. of Hitler’s Children by Gilian Becker. Sunday Telegraph (Sept. 9, 1977): 18.

West, Rebecca. “Pity The Poor Biographer. He Judges His Subject From an Evermoving Platform.” Revs. of Days with the French Romantics in the Paris of 1830 by Philip Carr; Father Tyrrell and The Modernist Movement by J. Lewis May; The Magnificent Comedy by Meade Minnegerode and The Scandalous PrincessTheatre and Friendship, and Letters from Henry James to Elizabeth Robbins by Sidney B. Whipple. Daily Telegraph (July 22, 1932): 6, col. 3+.

West, Rebecca. “A Politician’s Testament.” Rev. of Half-Way to Faith by Lord Eccles. Sunday Telegraph (Feb. 6, 1966): 6.

West, Rebecca. “Popular Novelists.” Revs. of The Carnival of Florence by Marjorie Bowen; The Temple of Dawn by I.A.R. Wylie and Billie’s Mother by Mary H.T. Skrine. Daily News and Leader (March 25, 1915): 7, col. 1+.

West, Rebecca. “Portrait of an Artist.” Rev. of Samuel Butler by Gilbert Cannan. Daily News and Leader (May 31, 1915): 7, col. 2.

West, Rebecca. “The Post-Symbolists.” Rev. of The Heritage of Symbolism by C.M. Bowra. Time and Tide 24 (Apr. 3, 1943): 272-273.

West, Rebecca. “The Private and Impersonal Notebooks of Georges Braque.” Harpers Baazar (Nov. 1955): 123-24, 193-95.

West, Rebecca. “A Queer Beast.” Rev. of A Brazilian Mystic: The Life and Miracles of Antonio Conselheiro by R.B. Cunninghame Graham. Daily News and Leader (March 29, 1920): 5, col. 3+.

West, Rebecca. “Quite a Bag Full of Trouble.” Rev. of Portrait of a Marriage by Nigel Nicolson. Sunday Telegraph (Oct. 28, 1973): 16.

West, Rebecca. “Racy Autobiography of a Woman Artist Miss Nina Hamnett’s Whirlwind Life: Lady Murasaki again.” Revs. of Laughing Torso by Nina Hamnett; The Lady of The Boat by Lady Murasaki and Forget-me-not by Joseph Shering, trans. A. Waley. Daily Telegragh (June 10, 1932): 6, col. 3+.

West, Rebecca. “Reaching for the Sky.” Rev. of The Spire by William Golding. Sunday Telegraph (April 12, 1964): 18.

West, Rebecca. “Reaching for the Sky.” Rev. of The Spire by William Golding. Sunday Telegraph (April 12, 1964): 18.

West, Rebecca. “Reader, Transatlantic.” Harper’s Magazine [Centennial Issue] 201.1205: 78-87.

West, Rebecca. “The Real H.G. Wells.” Rev. of The Time Traveler by Norman and Jeanne McKenzie. Sunday Telegraph (June 17, 1973): 12.

West, Rebecca. “Rebecca West at the Tribunal, sketches a fantastic world of flats, cheques, luxury.” Evening Standard (Nov. 15, 1948): 6, col. 1+.

West, Rebecca. “Rebecca West Calls Wallace Tactless at Press Conference.” New York Herald Tribune (Jul. 24, 1948): 3,col. 2+.

West, Rebecca. “Rebecca West describes Last Dramatic Scenes of Nuremberg Trial.” Daily Telegraph (Oct. 1, 1946): 4, col. 4+.

West, Rebecca. “Rebecca West gives some Personal Revelations and Memories – A Terrifying Encounter into Rudyard Kippling.” Revs. of Experiences Facing Death by Mary Austin; Mount Zion by John Betjeman; My Life in Two Worlds by Gladys Osborne Leonard and Three Houses and Revaluations by Angela Thirkell. Daily Telegraph (Dec. 18, 1931): 16, col. 3+.

West, Rebecca. “Rebecca West on Hero Worship of D.H. Lawrence ‘Picturesque, Lovable Human Being, and Genius’ – But Excessive Loyalty Mars his latest Biographer’s Work.” Revs. of A Narrative of D.H. Lawrence and The Savage Pilgrimage by Catherine Carswell; An Account of Tibet and D.H. Lawrence: an Unprofessional Study by Anais Nin; The Jesuits and The Great Mogul by Sir Edward MacLagan and In the Footsteps of the Buddha by Rene Grousset. Daily Telegraph (June 24, 1932): 6, col. 3+.

West, Rebecca. “Rebecca West on the Prime Minister [letter].” Time and Tide 21 (May 11, 1940): 505-506.

West, Rebecca. “Rebecca West on Yugoslavia [letter].” Time and Tide 26 (May 26, 1945): 433-434.

West, Rebecca. “Rebecca West Replies [letter].” Time and Tide 21 (Jan. 6, 1940): 7.

West, Rebecca. “Rebecca West Says Communists Controlled Wallace Convention.” New York Herald Tribune (Jul. 26, 1948): 2, col. 1+.

West, Rebecca. “Rebecca West says Mr. Benson is monstrously harsh to Charlotte Bronte. ‘He believes it is the part of female relatives to carry men through life’.” Revs. of Charlotte Bronte by E.F. Benson; Imperial Brother by Maristan Chapman; Metternich by Arthur Herman; Marie Louise and Napoleon II, King of Rome by E.M. Oddie and Napoleon and Eugenie by E.A. Rheinhardt. Daily Telegraph (April 15, 1932): 6, col. 3+.

West, Rebecca. “Rebecca West Sums up the Reason for the Astonishing American Election Figures. Fighting Cock “Truman vs. The Good Little Boy.” Evening Standard (Nov. 3, 1948): 6, col. 1+.

West, Rebecca. “Report no. 2 from World Reporter No. 1 on the life of the people who are helping to build up a new Germany. This is a shabby diet for Britain’s officials.” Evening Standard (Jun. 21, 1949): 2, col. 1+.

West, Rebecca. “Reporter at Large. A Day in Town.” New Yorker 16 (Jan. 25, 1941): 37-39.

West, Rebecca. “Reporter at Large. Heil Hamm! -I.” New Yorker 24.24 (Aug. 7, 1948): 24-32, 34-47.

West, Rebecca. “A Reporter at Large. Heil Hamm! -II.” New Yorker 24.25 (Aug. 14, 1948): 26-34, 36-47.

West, Rebecca. “A Reporter at Large. Housewife’s Nightmare.” New Yorker 16 (Dec. 14, 1940): 42, 44, 47-50.

West, Rebecca. “Reporter at Large. The Birch Leaves Falling.” New Yorker 22 (Oct. 26, 1946): 87-96.

West, Rebecca. “A Reporter at Large. Opera in Greenville.” New Yorker 23 (Jun. 14, 1947): 31-36, 29-42, 48-50, 52-56, 58-62, 65.

West, Rebecca. “A Reporter at Large. The Crown versus John Amery.” New Yorker 21 (Dec. 15, 1945): 67-68, 70, 72, 74-81.

West, Rebecca. “A Reporter at Large. The Crown versus William Joyce.” New Yorker 21 (Sept. 29, 1945): 30-34, 36, 38, 40-42.

West, Rebecca. “A Reporter at Large. William Joyce: Conclusion.” New Yorker 21 (Jan. 26, 1946): 28-32, 34, 37-40, 42-43.

West, Rebecca. “The Republicans’ Convention As Seen Through British Eyes.” New York Herald Tribune (Jun. 22, 1948): 4, col. 1+.

West, Rebecca. “Ross Misprized.” Rev. of The Years with Ross by James Thurber. Sunday Times (July 19, 1959): 6.

West, Rebecca. “Russia and Fischer.” Rev. of Men and Politics by Louis Fischer. Time and Tide 23 (Jan. 17, 1942): 47-48.

West, Rebecca. “The Russians cheated in Berlin, now they try to divide Germans and Allies.” Evening Standard (Jun. 25, 1949): 3, col. 2+.

West, Rebecca. “Sad Heroine.” Rev. of My Friends When Young: The Memoirs of Brigit Patmore ed. Derek Patmore. Sunday Telegraph (May 26, 1968): 12.

West, Rebecca. “Sad Road to Grub Street.” Revs. of The Nether World by George Gissing and The Born Exile: George Gissing by Gilian Tindall. Sunday Telegraph (Feb. 3, 1974): 12.

West, Rebecca. “Scotlands Peterloo.” Rev. of The Scottish Insurrection of 1820 by P. Beresford Ellis and Seumas Mac A’Ghobhaim. Sunday Telegraph (April 5, 1970): 12.

West, Rebecca. “The Secrets of Queen Mary.” Rev. of Queen Mary by James Pope-Hennessy. Sunday Times (Oct. 18, 1959): 17.

West, Rebecca. “Sensations.” Revs. of The Enemies of England by Ranger Gull; Sir Penywern’s Wife by Florence Warden and A ‘Water Fly’s’ Wooing by Annesley Kenealy. Daily News and Leader (Jan. 14, 1915): 7, col.1+.

West, Rebecca. “Sentiment.” Revs. of Miss Billy by Eleanor H. Porter; The Pretender by Robert W. Service; Rain before Seven by Eric Leadbitter and See-Saw by G.B. Stern. Daily News and Leader (Jan. 25, 1915): 8, col. 1+.

West, Rebecca. “Sequel to a Shooting.” Rev. of Our Own People by Elizabeth Poretsky. Sunday Telegraph (Nov. 2, 1969): 10.

West, Rebecca. “Shadows Out of the Crowd.” Rev. of Shadows Out of the Crowd by Richard Curle. Freewoman 2 (July 18, 1912): 170-71.

West, Rebecca. “Sherwood Anderson, Poet.” Rev. of Tar by Sherwood Anderson. New York Herald Tribune 3 (Nov. 21, 1926): 1, pt. 1, col. 1+.

West, Rebecca. “Sinclair Lewis Introduces Elmer Gantry.” Rev. of Elmer Gantry by Sinclair Lewis. New York Herald Tribune 3 (March 13, 1927): 1, 6, pt. 1, col. 1+.

West, Rebecca. “Sir Walter: the ‘Fey’ Scottish Tory. His masculine virtues would have made him a King among Savages.” Revs. of Sir Walter Scott by John Buchan and The Laird of Abbotsford by Dame Una Pope-Hennessy. No publication info. Given.

West, Rebecca. “So Simple.” Revs. of The Consumer in Revolt by Teresa Billington Grieg; Dream Life and Real Life by Olive Schreiner and The Naked Soul by Louise Heilgers. Freewoman 2 (Oct. 3, 1912): 390-91.

West, Rebecca. “The Softer Sex.” Rev. of The Intelligence of Woman by W.L. George. Daily News and Leader (May 31, 1917): 2, col. 5.

West, Rebecca. “Some Books to Bear in Mind for Christmas.” Revs. of An Introduction to English Painting by John Rothenstein; English Painting by R.H. Wilenski; English Pottery and Porcelain by W.B. Honey; English Needlework by A.F. Kendrick; The Face of Paris by Arnold Clunn; The Death of a World by Romain Rolland; Introductory Select Letters by Sigmund Freud; Charles Dickens by Stephen Leacock. Daily Telegraph (Dec. 1, 1933): 23, 3+.

West, Rebecca. “Some Good Books to Give This Christmas.” Revs. of Fanny Penquite by Edith Saunders; A.B.C. of the Theater by William Blake; The Nature of Sanctity by Margery Sharp; The Modern Dilemma by Christopher Dawson; From in Poetry by Herbert Read; Count Cagliostro by Constantine Photiades; Lady Louisa Stuart by Susan Buchan. Daily Telegraph (Dec. 16, 1932): 6, col. 3+.

West, Rebecca. “The Soul of a Prophet.” Rev. of The Diaries of Leo Tolstoy vol. 1 ed. C.J. Hogarth and A. Sirnis. Daily News and Leader (Sept. 26, 1917): 2, col. 5.

West, Rebecca. “Speculator among the Spires.” Rev. of The Other Oxford by Charles Fenby. Sunday Telegraph (Dec. 13, 1970): 16.

West, Rebecca. “Spinster to the Rescue.” Rev. of Dear Miss Weaver by Jane Lidderdale. Sunday Telegraph (Nov. 8, 1970): 12.

West, Rebecca. “Spinsters and Art.” Revs. of The Considine Luck by H.A. Hinks; The Spinster by Herbert Wales and The Trespasser by D.H. Lawrence. Freewoman 2 (July 11, 1912): 147-49.

West, Rebecca. “Spy’s Double-Think.” Rev. of Spy: Memoirs of Gordon Lonsdale by Gordon Lonsdale. Sunday Telegraph (Oct. 24, 1965): 20.

West, Rebecca. “Strange Stories.” Rev. of Contemporary Portraits by Frank Harris. Daily News and Leader (Oct. 12, 1915): 4, col. 1.
The Confessions of a Fool and Plays by A. Strindberg. Freewoman 2 (Aug. 15, 1912): 245-46. –>

West, Rebecca. “Strindberg — The English Gentleman.” Revs. of The Confessions of a Fool and Plays by A. Strindberg. Freewoman 2 (Aug. 15, 1912): 245-46.

West, Rebecca. “Strindberg — The English Gentleman — II.” Revs. of The Confessions of a Fool and Plays by A. Strindberg. Freewoman 2 (Aug. 22, 1912): 268-70.

West, Rebecca. “The Suffolk That Is For England.” Two fine novels.” Revs. of Julius Caesar by John Buchan; Fathers of Their People by H.W. Freeman; Voltaire by Andre Maurois and The Gentle Heart by Doreen Wallace. Daily Telegraph (April 8, 1932): 6, col. 3+.

West, Rebecca. “Supplementing Forster.” Rev. of The Dickens Circle by J.W.T. Leys. Outlook 42 (Nov. 30, 1918): 519-20.

West, Rebecca. “The Symbol Kids.” Rev. of Zelda Fitzgerald: A Biography by Nancy Milford. Sunday Telegraph (Oct. 11, 1970): 16.

West, Rebecca. “Telling Hortiao About It.” Rev. of This is My Philosophy by Whit Burnett. Sunday Times (May 25, 1958): 7.

West, Rebecca. “The Theatre. ‘A Family Man’ [John Galsworthy].” Time and Tide 2 (June 17, 1921): 578-79.

West, Rebecca. “The Theatre. A Great Loss. [Essay in memoriam Claude Lovat Fraser].” Time and Tide 2 (July 1, 1921): 627-8.

West, Rebecca. “The Theatre. ‘As you like it’.” Time and Tide 1 (May 21, 1920): 35-6.

West, Rebecca. “The Theatre. ‘Brown Sugar’ [Lady Lever].” Time and Tide 1 (July 16, 1920): 208-9.

West, Rebecca. “The Theatre. ‘Cherry’ [Arthur Knoblock].” Time and Tide 1 (Aug. 6, 1920): 266-7.

West, Rebecca. “The Theatre. ‘Daddalums’ [Louis Anspacher] and ‘The ‘Ruined’ Lady’ [Frances Nordstrom].” Time and Tide 1 (July 9, 1920): 185-6.

West, Rebecca. “The Theatre. ‘His House in Order’ [Sir Arthur Pinero].” Time and Tide 2 (July 8, 1921): 649-50.

West, Rebecca. “The Theatre. ‘Hunky Dory’ [Mcdonald Watson].” Time and Tide 2 (May 20, 1921): 483-85.

West, Rebecca. “The Theatre. ‘If’ [Lord Dunsany].” Time and Tide 2 (June 10, 1921): 554-56.

West, Rebecca. “The Theatre. ‘I’ll Leave it to You’ [Noel Coward].” Time and Tide 1 (July 30, 1920): 246-7.

West, Rebecca. “The Theatre. ‘La Tosca’ [Sardu].” Time and Tide 1 (Oct. 8, 1920): 448-50.

West, Rebecca. “The Theatre. Lee White.” Time and Tide 2 (May 27, 1921): 507-08.

West, Rebecca. “The Theatre. ‘L’Illusioniste’ [Sacha Guitry].” Time and Tide 1 (June 4, 1920): 82-3.

West, Rebecca. “The Theatre. ‘Madame Sand’ [Phillip Mueller].” Time and Tide 1 (June 18, 1920): 123-5.

West, Rebecca. “The Theatre. ‘Mary Rose.’ Sir J.M. Barrie.” Time and Tide 1 (May 14, 1920):10-11.

West, Rebecca. “The Theatre. ‘M’Lady” [Edgar Wallace]. Time and Tide 2 (July 29, 1921): 722-4.

West, Rebecca. “The Theatre. ‘Pins and Needles’.” Time and Tide 2 (July 22, 1921): 698-9.

West, Rebecca. “The Theatre. The Coliseum.” Time and Tide 1 (Aug. 13, 1920): 285-7.

West, Rebecca. “The Theatre. ‘The Garden of Allah’ [from novel of Robert Hitchens].” Time and Tide 1 (July 23, 1920): 226-8.

West, Rebecca. “The Theatre. The Grand Guignol.” Time and Tide 2 (July 15, 1921): 674-5.

West, Rebecca. “The Theatre. ‘The New Morality’ [Herold Chapin] and ‘The First and the Last’ [John Galsworthy].” Time and Tide 2 (June 3, 1921): 530-32.

West, Rebecca. “The Theatre. ‘The Peddler’s Basket’.” Time and Tide 2 (June 24, 1921): 603-04.

West, Rebecca. “The Theatre. ‘The Right to Strike’ [A.S.M. Hutchinson].” Time and Tide 1 (Oct. 9, 1920): 468-9.

West, Rebecca. “The Theatre. ‘The Skin Game’ [John Galsworthy].” Time and Tide 1 (May, 28, 1920): 59-60.

West, Rebecca. “The Theatre. ‘The Unknown’ [Somerset Maugham].” Time and Tide 1 (Aug. 20, 1920): 306-7.

West, Rebecca. “The Theatre. ‘Tiger, Tiger’ [Arthur Knoblock].” Time and Tide 1 (June 11, 1920): 103-5.

West, Rebecca. “They Were Giants in Those Days. Cobbett. The John Bull of a Century Ago.” Revs. of The Progress of a Ploughboy by William Cobbett; The Bridge of Dreams by Lady Muraski; Panorama with Music by Grace E. Thompson; Describe a Circle by Martin Hare; Divided Loyalties by Lewis Einstein. Daily Telegraph (July 14, 1933): 6, col. 3+.

West, Rebecca. “This charmer from the Arabian Nights. . . Rebecca West analyses the magic of – the amazing Mr. Stanley.” Evening Standard (Dec. 2, 1948): 6, col. 1+.

West, Rebecca. “Those Odd Victorians. Facts Which Go Far Beyond Fiction.” Revs. of Swinburne by Georges Lafourcade; Robert Emmet by Raymond Postgate; Alfred de Musset by H. Dwight Sedgwick and An Incorruptible Irishman by Martin Ross and E.E. Somerville. Daily Telegraph (May 13, 1932): 17, col. 3+.

West, Rebecca. “Three Great Adventurers in a Flesh and Blood World.” Revs. of Life and Adventures by Cassanova; The Cyprian by Grace E. Thompson; Ireland and Irishmen in the French Revolution by Richard Hayes and The Chevalier d’Eon by M. Coryn. Daily Telegraph (July 15, 1932): 6, col. 3+.

West, Rebecca. “Three Mental Healers Anayzed. Mesmer, Mary Baker Eddy and Freud.” Revs. of Mental Healers by Stefan Zweig; The Scotland of our Fathers by Elizabeth S. Heldane. Daily Telegraph (Nov. 3, 1933): 7, col. 3+.

West, Rebecca. “Three Novelists.” Revs. of Earth to Earth by Richard Dehan; Barnacles by J. Macdougall Hay and The King’s Men by John Palmer. Daily News and Leader (June 22, 1916): 4, col. 6.

West, Rebecca. “Time of Trial.” Rev. of The Nuremberg Trials by J.J. Heydecker. Sunday Telegraph (July 8, 1962): 6.

West, Rebecca. “The Tin Men Go West.” Rev. of The Cornish in America by A.L. Rowse. Sunday Telegraph (July 6, 1969): 12.

West, Rebecca. “Tito and the Cominform [letter].” Time and Tide 30 (Jul. 2, 1949): 666.

West, Rebecca. “Tolstoy’s Tragic and Fantastic Family Life.” Revs. of The Tragedy of Tolstoy by Countess Alexandra Tolstoy; Edwardian England by F.J.C. Hernshaw. Daily Telegraph (July 14, 1933): 6, col. 3+.

West, Rebecca. “Towards Realism.” Rev. of Poor Relations by Compton Mackenzie. Daily News and Leader (Oct. 31, 1919): 5, col. 3.

“The Tragedy of Rossetti and his Beautiful Wife.” Revs. of The Elegant Woman by Gertrude Aretz; The Wife of Rossetti by Violet Hunt and Unending Crusade by R. Emmet Sherwood. Daily Telegraph (Sept. 23, 1932): 6, col. 3+.

West, Rebecca. “The traitors.” Rev. of The Traitors by Alan Moorehead. Time and Tide 33 (1952): 842-44.

West, Rebecca. “The Trators.” Rev. of The Traitors by Alan Moorehead. Time and Tide 33 (1952): 842-44.

West, Rebecca. “Traitor’s Ways.” Rev. of Treason in the Twentieth Century by Margaret Boveri. Sunday Telegraph (Nov. 26, 1961): 6.

West, Rebecca. “The Tribunal that Stirred England. Part I. Mr. Stanley and Mr. Belcher.” Harpers 198 (Jun. 1949): 21-33.

West, Rebecca. “The Tribunal that Stirred England. Part II. How Mr. Sherman met Mr. Stanley and What Came of It.” Harpers 198 (Jul. 1949): 37-50.

West, Rebecca. “Triumph of a Turk.” Rev. of Ataturk by Lord Kenross. Sunday Telegraph (Nov. 8, 1964): 20.

West, Rebecca. “A Troubling Study of Nazi War Crimes.” Rev. of The Scourge of the Swastika: A Short History of Nazi War Crimes by Lord RussellSunday Times (Aug. 22, 1954): 3.

West, Rebecca. “The True Traveler.” Rev. of The True Traveler by W.H. Davies. Freewoman 1 (May 2, 1912): 467-68.

West, Rebecca. “Truman Realism, Sense of Fun Found Influencing Convention.” New York Herald Tribune (Jul. 14, 1948): 7, col. 2+.

West, Rebecca. “Twenty Years’ Tangle.” Rev. of Winston S. Churchill 1948: The Gathering Storm: The Second World WarThe Saturday Review of Literature (Jun. 19, 1948): 7-9, 32, 33.

West, Rebecca. “Two Books by David Grahm Phillips.” Revs. of The Conflict and The Price She Paid by D.G. Phillips. Freewoman 2 (Oct. 10, 1912): 403-05.

West, Rebecca. “Two Novelists.” Revs. of Three Pretty Men by Gilbert Cannan and The Strangers’ Wedding by W.L. George. Daily News and Leader (Feb. 3, 1916): 6, col. 2.

West, Rebecca. “Two Plays by Tchekhof.” Rev. of Two Plays by Tchekhof. Trans. George Calderon Freewoman 1 (April 11, 1912): 405-6.

West, Rebecca. “Two Poets.” Revs. of Moods, Songs, and Doggerels by John Galsworthy; Insurrections and The Hill of Vision by James Stephens. Freewoman 1 (May 9, 1912)” 486-88.

West, Rebecca. “Two Tremendous Tecs.” Rev. of French Crime in the Romantic Age by Rayner Heppenstail. Sunday Telegraph (June 14, 1970): 10.

West, Rebecca. “Ugly Duckling Makes Good.” Rev. of George Eliot by Gordon S. Haight. Sunday Telegraph (Oct. 6, 1968): 12.

West, Rebecca. “Uncle Bennett.” Rev. of Lord Raingo by Arnold Bennett. New York Herald Tribune 3 (Oct. 10, 1926): 1, pt.1, col., 1+.

West, Rebecca. “Uncle Matt’s Good Little Girl.” Rev. of Mrs. Humphry Ward by Enid Huws Jones. Sunday Telegraph (Sept. 23, 1973): 12.

West, Rebecca. “Unlucky Eccentric’s Private World.” Rev. of Bodley Head Ford Madox Ford, vols. 1-2 ed. Graham Greene. Sunday Telegraph (June 17, 1962): 6.

West, Rebecca. “Vanilla and France in Madagascar.” Rev. of The Great Red Island by Arthur Stratton. Sunday Telegraph (May 2, 1965): 18.

West, Rebecca. “A Very Strange Story.” Rev. of Their Correspondence by Bernard Shaw and Mrs Patrick Campbell. Ed. Alan Dent. Sunday Times (Nov. 16, 1952): 5.

West, Rebecca. “Vicki Baum is a Great Journalist. An Englishwoman has also written a glorious book.” Revs. of Secret Sentence by Vicki Baum; Inheritance by Phyllis Bentley; The Silver Eagle by W.R. Burnett; That Was Yesterday by Storm Jameson and Broken House by Ambrose Smith. Daily Telegraph (April 1, 1932): 15, col. 3+.

West, Rebecca. “The Victorians and Donne [letter].” Time and Tide 31.41 (Oct. 4, 1950): 1018-1019.

West, Rebecca. “A Victorian ‘Stick of Dynamite’. How Time Has Dealt With ‘The Martyrdom of Man’.” Revs. of The Martyrdom of Man by Winwood Reade; The Story of My Death by Lauro de Bosis; The American Experiment by M.J. Bonn. Daily Telegraph (Jan. 28, 1934): 18, col. 3+.

West, Rebecca. “A View of the Democratic Party: Alive Behind a Funereal Facade.” New York Herald Tribune (Jul. 13, 1948): 5, col. 1+.

West, Rebecca. “Views and Vagabonds.” Rev. of Views and Vagabonds by R. Macaulay. Freewoman 1 (March 21, 1912): 348-349.

West, Rebecca. “The Voice of Belgium.” Rev. of Belgium’s Agony by Emile Verhaeren. Trans. M.T. H. Sadler. Daily News and Leader (July 2, 1915): 8, col. 1+.

West, Rebecca. “Voice of Chicago [Preface of Selected Poems of Carl Sandberg].” Saturday Review of Literature 3 (Sept. 4, 1926): 81-3.

West, Rebecca. “War and Women.” Rev. of Essays in Wartime by Havelock Ellis. Daily News and Leader (Dec. 20, 1916): 4, col. 5.

West, Rebecca. “Warped and Whimsical.” Rev. of J.M. Barrie: The Man Behind the Image by Janet Dunbar. Sunday Telegraph (Sept. 20, 1979): 12.

West, Rebecca. “Warren Hastings.” Rev. of Warren Hastings by Keith Feiling. Sunday Times (June 13, 1954): 8.

West, Rebecca. “Was It Really Like This in Dallas.” Rev. of The Death of a President by William Manchester. Sunday Telegraph (April 16, 1967): 8.

West, Rebecca. “Was it Really Like This in Dallas.” Rev. of The Death of a President by William Manchester. Reporter 36 (May 18, 1967): 37-9.

West, Rebecca. “We Cannot Write Thrillers Like Dickens. Reflections on Mr. Osbert Sitwell’s delightful Essay.” Revs. of Ballet for Three Masks by James Cleugh; Free Love by Alexandra Kollontai and Dickens by Osbert Sitwell. Daily Telegraph (Feb. 26, 1932): 6, col. 3+.

West, Rebecca. “Well, Does Pornography Matter?” Rev. of Does Pornography Matter? By C.H. Rolph. Sunday Telegraph (Oct. 29, 1961): 6.

West, Rebecca. “What Books Have Done to Russia.” Revs. of Rasputin and The Holy Devil by R. Fulop-Miller. New York Herald Tribune 5 (Oct. 28, 1928): 1, 6, pt.1, col. 1+.

West, Rebecca. “What can Mrs. Sidney Webb mean by this? Mme. Sokolnikova’s strange new book.” Revs. of The Last Medici by Harold Acton; Nine Women by Halina Sokolnikova and The DuBarry by Carol von Schumacher. Daily Telegraph (March 18, 1932): 7, col. 3+.

West, Rebecca. “What is Mr. T.S. Eliot’s Authority as a Critic?” Revs. Of Selected Essays by T.S. Eliot; Mr. Eliot among the Nightingales by Louis Grudin; The Letters of D.H. Lawrence ed. Aldous Huxley; Etruscan Places by D.H. Lawrence and The Poetry of T.S. Eliot by Hugh Ross Williamson. Daily Telegraph (Sept. 30, 1932): 6, col. 3+.

West, Rebecca. “What Went Wrong.” Rev. of Mrs. Patrick Campbell by Alan Dent. Sunday Telegraph (April 16, 1961): 6.

West, Rebecca. “What Will Posterity Think of Priestley and Maurois.” Revs. of The Family Circle and A Private Universe by Andre Maurois; Faraway by J.B. Priestley and The Popular Novel in England 1770-1800 by J.M.S. Tompkins. Daily Telegraph (July 1, 1932): 11, col. 1.

West, Rebecca. “Wings of Desire.” Rev. of Wings of Desire by M.P. Willcocks. Freewoman 1 (April 18, 1912): 433-34.

West, Rebecca. “With a Secret Flowering.” Rev. of The Waves by Virginia Woolf. New York Herald Tribune 8 (Nov. 1, 1931): 1, 6, col. 1+.

West, Rebecca. “With Charity to All.” Rev. of Memories of a Modern Pioneer by David Eder, ed. J.B. Holman. Time and Tide 26 (Jun. 23, 1945): 523-524.

West, Rebecca. “Woman.” Rev. of Towards a Sane Feminism by Wilma Meikle. Daily News and Leader (Nov. 17, 1916): 4, col. 4.

West, Rebecca. “Woman Adrift.” Rev. of Woman Adrift by Harold Owen. Freewoman 1 (March 28, 1912): 368-369.

West, Rebecca. “The Woman Worker. Good Points of the Factory System.” Rev. of Women in Industry by B.L. Hutchins. Daily News and Leader (Nov. 19, 1915): 4, col. 5.

West, Rebecca. “Woman Worship.” Rev. of War, Peace and the Future by Ellen Key. Daily News and Leader (April 13, 1917): 2., col. 3.

West, Rebecca. “Woman’s Work.” “Rev. of Conflicting Ideals of Woman’s Work by B.L. Hutchins. Daily News and Leader (Aug. 7, 1916): 4, col. 4.

West, Rebecca. “Wordsworth’s Secret Life and Poetic Decline.” Revs. of The Lost Leader and A Study of Wordsworth by Hugh I’Anson Fausset; The Waiting City: Paris 1782-88 by Helen Simpson tr.; The Seventh Age by Jean Schlumberger; Dwelling Places by Ambrose South; Nobody Starves by Catherine Brodie. Daily Telegraph (Feb. 10, 1933): 15, col. 1.

West, Rebecca. “Work of the Dutch School.” Rev. of America by H. Van Loon. New York Herald Tribune 4 (Oct. 2, 1927): 1, 6, 7, pt.1, col. 1+.

West, Rebecca. “Worthy Descendant of Trollope: A Young Novelist with Many of His Greatest Gifts.” Revs of. Portion of the Levites by Doreen Wallace; Short lease by Yvonne Cloud; The MartyrFrancis Suarts: Try the Sky by Lima O’Flaherty; E. Nesbit: A Biography by Doris langley Moore. Daily Telegraph (Jan. 20, 1933): 6, col.3+.

West, Rebecca. “Yogi and Commissar.” Rev. of Yogi and Commissar by Arthur Koestier. Time and Tide 26 (Jul. 14, 1945): 576-578.

West, Rebecca. “Young Poets.” Revs. of Cassandra in Troy by John Mavrogordato and Poems by Margaret Maitland Radford. Daily News and Leader (Dec. 7, 1915): 8, col. 1+.

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