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Literature for
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Printed Media Reviews
"The Screen; A Budapest Sideshow.". In: "The New York Times; Radio", Hotels and Restaurants Section, 14 March 1927, Pg. 16, (NP)

Original Literary Source
Jackson, Charles Tenney. "The Day of Souls". (Indianapolis, Indiana, USA), The Bobbs-Merrill Company, 1910, (BK)

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