Porfirio Diaz, Dictator of Mexico. By Carleton Beals. Philadelphia: j. B. Lippincott Company. $5.00. The Crimson Jester: Zapata of Mexico. By H. H. Dunn. New York: Robert H. McBride and Company. $3.00. Viva Villa! By Edgcumb Pinchon, assisted in res [...]
The Tree of Life. By Pio Baroja, translated by Aubrey F. G. Bell, New York: Alfred Knopf. $3.00.
Black Valley. By Hugo Wast, translated by Herman and Miriam Hespelt. New York: Longmans, Green & Co. $2.50.
A wider contrast than that between th [...]
The Fire of Desert Folk. By Ferdinand Ossendowski. New York: E. P. Dutton & Company. $3.00.
The Other Side of the Medal. By Edward Thompson. New York: Harcourt Brace & Company. $1.50.
Youth and The East: An Unconventional Biography. By Ed [...]
Revolt in the Desert. By. T. E. Lawrence. New York: George H. Doran Company. $3.00.
Once in awhile there appears, somewhere on earth, a man who seems to be the confidential agent of the forces that mould the course of history. When Fate deci [...]
Maya and Mexican Art. By T. A. Joyce. Illustrated. London: "The Studio". New York: A. & C. Boni. $3.50. The Indians of North America: From "The Jesuit Relations and Allied Documents". Selected and edited by Edna Kenton. Illu [...]
Gongorism and the Golden Age. By Elisha Kent Kane. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press. $3.50. Don Luis De Gdngora y Argote. Bio-grafla y Estudio Critico. Por Miguel Artigas. Madrid: La Real Academia Espafiola. Pesetas 20. Literaturas E [...]
Mexican Maze. By Carleton Beats. Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott. $3.00. Mexico: A Study of Two Americas. By Stuart Chase, in collaboration with Marian Tyler. New York: The Macmillan Company. $3.00. Prologue to Mexico. By Marian Storm. New York: Alf [...]
A History of Mexico. By Henry Bramford Parkes. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company. $3.75. The Coming Struggle for Latin America. By Carleton Beals. Philadelphia: J. B. Uppincott Company. $2.50.
Since the World War, most of the Latin-American c [...]
The Conquest of Brazil. By Roy Nash. New York: Harcourt, Brace and Co.
It is very unfortunate that most writers of books on Latin-American countries confine themselves to the various aspects of European civilization implanted there; the In [...]