Fiction: Recent Books: Feb. 1, 1937

Non-Fiction WOMEN CALLED WILD—Rosita Forbes —Dutton ($3).

Lubricious sightseeing, of the type euphemistically called anthro- pological, by a onetime spy and explorer. Author Forbes tells many a tall tale, embellished by pictures but not backed up by photographs. FIFTY MILLION BROTHERS—Charles W. Ferguson — Farrar & Rinehart ($3).

Breezy but informative survey of U. S. lodges and clubs.

Author Ferguson's answer to the question: why do U. S.

fraternal societies so furiously get together? —because men are afraid of the wide open spaces. TROPIC FEVER—Ladislao Szekely—Har- per ($3). Plain reminiscences of the author's sweaty experiences as...

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