The Bookman (New York)

The Bookman (New York)

"The Bookman" was a book review established in 1895, owned by the George H. Doran Company of New York. It was edited by Arthur Bartlett Maurice (1873-1946) from 1899 to 1916, and John Chipman Farrar.

In 1927 it was purchased and then edited by Seward Collins, who continued it until 1933, when it was succeeded by The American Review (1933-1937).

Under the Collins editorship it carried articles in direction conforming to his conservative views, influenced by Irving Babbitt. It promoted a number of points of view, including humanism and distributism. Collins himself was moving towards a far-right and fascist position at the period.


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