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1912 — 1922
Vol. 9, No. 5
Monroe, Harriet (editor)
Chicago: Harriet Monroe, 1917-02-01 68 p.; 20 x 14.7 cm.
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Contents Along the South Star Trail (Gordon, Frank S.): 221-231
In the Desert (Corbin, Alice): 232-235
Indian Songs (Corbin, Alice): 235-238
Neither Spirit Nor Bird (Austin, Mary): 239-239
Prayer to the Mountain Spirit (Austin, Mary): 240-241
Spring To the Earth-Witch (Skinner, Constance Lindsay): 242-244
Chief Capilano Greets his Namesake at Dawn (Skinner, Constance Lindsay): 244-246
Old Man (Eastaway, Edward): 247-248
The Word (Eastaway, Edward): 248-249
The Unknown (Eastaway, Edward): 249-250
Aboriginal Poetry. I (Monroe, Harriet): 251-254
Aboriginal Poetry. II (Sandburg, Carl): 254-255
Aboriginal Poetry. III (Henderson, Alice Corbin): 256-256
Émile Verhaeren (Pound, Ezra): 256-259
Book Review: Those Brontes—'Bronté Poems' ed. by A. C. Benson and 'The Complete Works of Emily Bronté,' Vol. I―Poetry, ed. by W. Robertson Nicoll and Clement Shorter (Wyatt, Edith): 259-264
Book Review: 'Amores' by D. H. Lawrence (E. T.): 264-266
Book Review: 'Sea-Garden' by H. D. (Fletcher, John Gould): 266-269
Book Review: 'Harvest Moon' by Josephine Preston Peabody (Freer, Agnes Lee): 269-271
Book Review: 'The Epic Songs of Russia' trans. by Isabel F. Hapgood (Kaun, Alexander S.): 271-273
Book Review: 'Songs of the Ukraina, with Ruthenian Poems' trans. by Florence Randal Livesay (Monroe, Harriet): 273-274
Book Review: 'Women's Eyes' by Arthur William Ryder (D. D.): 274-274
Notes: 274-275
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