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This page is for the latest of our club reads, books from the year 1920. I’ll collect here links to everyone’s posts, and if I miss yours please leave a comment so that I can add it in! Happy reading! 😀

Wandering by Hermann Hesse

1stReading’s Blog

The Stepmother by A.A. Milne

The Captive Reader

Penny Plain by O. Douglas

HeavenAli

Adventures in reading, running and working from home

Miss Lulu Bett by Zona Gale

The Literary Sisters

The Black Grippe by Edgar Wallace

ANZ Litlover’s LitBlog

Potterism by Rose Macaulay

Stuck in a Book

The Top of the World by Ethel M. Dell

Staircase Wit

What Next? by Denis Mackail

Stuck in a Book

The Age of Innocence by Edith Wharton

Book Word

Tredynas Days

Booker Talk

Cheri by Colette

Buried in Print

Harriet Devine’s Blog

Book Jotter

Glinda of Oz by L. Frank Baum

Pining for the West

The Mysterious Affair at Styles by Agatha Christie

Book Around the Corner

746 Books

Book Tapestry

Bookish Beck

The Master Man by Ruby M. Ayres

Stuck in a Book

Women in Love by D.H. Lawrence

Eiger, Mönch & Jungfrau

R.U.R by Karel Capek

Typings

Ink Stains on a Reader’s Blog

The Farcical History of Richard Greenow by Aldous Huxley

Tony’s Book World

The Princess of the School by Angela Brazil

Scones and Chaises Longues

Miss Brill by Katherine Mansfield

Brona’s Books

The Wind Blows by Katherine Mansfield

Brona’s Books

Tension by E.M. Delafield

Stuck in a Book

The Heel of Achilles by E.M. Delafield

Stuck in a Book

The Happy Foreigner by Enid Bagnold

HeavenAli

The Cut-Glass Bowl by F. Scott Fitzgerald

Love Books, Read Books

Flappers and Philosophers by F. Scott Fitzgerald

Ripple Effects

A Voyage to Arcturus by David Lindsay

1stReading’s Blog

Mary Rose, A Play in Three Acts by J.M. Barrie

Relevant Obscurity

Youth and the Bright Medusa by Willa Cather

What Cathy Read Next

The Great Impersonation by E. Phillips Oppenheim

Staircase Wit

Desperate Reader

A Hot Cup of Pleasure

Queen Lucia by E.F. Benson

Lizzy’s Literary Life

She Reads Novels

Madame Bibi Lophile Recommends

Development by Bryher

Neglected Books

Psychology by Katherine Mansfield

Brona’s Books

Every Man for Himself by Hopkins Moorhouse

The Dusty Bookcase

Further Chronicles of Avonlea by L.M. Montgomery

Staircase Wit

In the Mountains by Elizabeth von Arnim

10 Million Hardbacks

The Cask by Freeman Wills Crofts

Madame Bibi Lophile Recommends

A Hot Cup of Pleasure

This Side of Paradise by F. Scott Fitzgerald

Bookish Beck

In Chancery by John Galsworthy

Typings

The Women at the Pump by Knut Hamsun

Intermittencies of the Mind

If I May by A.A. Milne

The Captive Reader

The Romantic Age by A.A. Milne

The Captive Reader

From the Vast Deep by Marie Belloc Lowndes

A Hot Cup of Pleasure

Prelude by Beverley Nichols

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16 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. neglectedbooks
    Apr 18, 2020 @ 10:50:10

    You can find my piece on Bryher’s first novel, Development, here:

    https://neglectedbooks.com/?p=6668

    Reply

  2. Brona
    Apr 18, 2020 @ 11:32:18

    I’ve now finished a third Mansfield short story 🙂
    Thanks for getting me back into KM’s amazing writing.
    Psychology – http://bronasbooks.blogspot.com/2020/04/psychology-katherine-mansfield-1920club.html

    Reply

  3. Brian Busby
    Apr 18, 2020 @ 12:56:11

    I contribute my review of Every Man for Himself by Hopkins Moorhouse, a forgotten Canadian mystery. So well received in 1920! Sadly, I don’t share the enthusiasm. http://brianbusby.blogspot.com/2020/04/a-foggy-night-in-hogtown_14.html

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  4. J. C. Greenway
    Apr 19, 2020 @ 13:45:21

    Managed to write my first post since the schools closed! Thank you for the inspiration 🙂 https://10mh.net/2020/04/19/in-the-mountains-elizabeth-von-arnim/

    Reply

  5. Jonathan
    Apr 19, 2020 @ 22:04:46

    I’ve just managed to get my review posted of my contribution to The 1920 Club—The Women at the Pump by Knut Hamsun.

    Reply

  6. Jonathan
    Apr 19, 2020 @ 22:07:54

    I haven’t had much time to read everyone’s reviews yet—hope to do so this week. It looks like another good year!

    Reply

    • kaggsysbookishramblings
      Apr 20, 2020 @ 10:30:59

      It’s been a marvellous year – a really good selection of books and a lot of participation which has been lovely!

      Reply

  7. neeru
    Apr 20, 2020 @ 08:09:38

    Well, the links to all three of my reads are missing😮 So here goes, once again:

    THE GREAT IMPERSONATION by E.P. OPPENHEIM

    https://ahotcupofpleasureagain.wordpress.com/2020/04/16/the-1920-club-e-p-oppenheims-the-great-impersonation/

    THE CASK by FREEMAN WILLS CROFTS

    https://ahotcupofpleasureagain.wordpress.com/2020/04/17/forgotten-book-of-1920-the-cask-by-freeman-wills-crofts/

    FROM THE VAST DEEP (FROM OUT THE VASTY DEEP) by MARIE BELLOC LOWNDES

    https://ahotcupofpleasureagain.wordpress.com/2020/04/19/the-1920-club-from-the-vast-deep-by-marie-belloc-lowndes/

    Thanks for hosting. Had great fun. Discovered a great book, that of Belloc Lowndes. Looking forward to the next year selected.

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    • kaggsysbookishramblings
      Apr 20, 2020 @ 10:30:05

      Thanks for providing your links! I wasn’t aware of your posts before, but will now add them in. Glad you’ve had some good reads – it’s certainly a most interesting year and thanks for taking part! 😀

      Reply

  8. Arti
    Apr 20, 2020 @ 15:19:35

    Thanks for hosting the 1920 Club and linking our posts! Just came across this TLS essay about what people were reading in 1920. Maybe you and Simon would like to reach out to them or the writer about your 1920 Club. It would be very relevant and meaningful. 🙂

    Reply

    • kaggsysbookishramblings
      Apr 20, 2020 @ 18:49:52

      Welcome – it’s been such fun! And thank you for the link – I will take a look! 😀

      Reply

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