In the first eleven months of 1937, U. S. publishers brought out 9,982 new titles, making 1937 the biggest publishing year since 1929. There were 1,798 new novels, 610 biographies and autobiographies, 302 travel books, 991 new titles in the field of belles-lettres that includes poetry and criticism, 685 titles that came under the general head of politics, economics and the social sciences. In this enormous mass of bookssed, confusing
THE TURNING WHEELSeday, Doran ($2.75).
THE DEPTHS AND THE HEIGHTSr ($5).
MADAME CURIE MEDICI AND THE LOST REVOLUTION...