Visions and Beliefs in the West of Ireland: collected and arranged by Lady Gregory. With two essays and notes by W. B. Yeats. G. P. Putnam's Sons: New York, 1920.
A mythology of Erin by the authoress of many plays of Irish life.
Lancelot: by Edwin Arlington Robinson. Thomas Seltzer: New York. 1920.
The Arthurian legend applied symbolically to the Great War and the present unsettled times by one of America's greatest poets.
A Straight Deal, or The Ancient Grudge: by Owen Wister. Macmillan: New York, 1920.
A series of essays directed against those who have been trying to endanger our friendly relations with England. It attempts to prove that our ancient grudge against the Mother Country is unfounded.
Leadership: by Arthur Harrison Miller, with a foreword by Edward L. Munson, G. P. Putnam's Sons: New York, 1920.
A study and discussion of the qualities most to be desired in an officer, intended for young men who contemplate entering the Service.
The Old Farmer and His Almanac: by George Lyman Kittredge. Harvard University Press: Cambridge, 1920.
Observations on the life and customs of New England of a hundred years ago by Harvard's great Shakespearean.
Leader of Men: by Robert Gordon Anderson. G. P. Putnam's Sons: New York, 1920.
A biography of Theodore Roosevelt by one whose deep love and respect for the great American give his little volume an exalted spirit.
The Triple Mystery: by Adele Luchrman, Dodd, Mead & Company: New York, 1920.
A novel calculated to please these who delight in pursuing the how and wherefore of a baffling murder assisted by the keen-eyed sleuth.
A Prisoner of Pentonville: by "Red Band," with a foreword by Joseph Fort Newton, D. D. G. P. Putnam's Sons: New York, 1920.
A volume of lyrical verse written while the author was imprisoned in His Majesty's Prison, Pentonville, London, N., reproducing the feelings of a convict.