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1912 — 1922
Vol. 13, No. 2
Monroe, Harriet (editor)
Chicago: Harriet Monroe, 1918-11-01 68 p.; 20 x 14.7 cm.
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Contents Contents: C-C
The Blue Duck (Sarett, Lew R.): 59-63
Chippewa Flute Song (Sarett, Lew R.): 64-66
Prayers and Fantasies (Aldington, Richard): 67-71
Afterwards (Tree, Iris): 72-73
My Ten Buckeyes (Sherwood, Charles L.): 74-74
Somewhere in France (Fiske, Isabel Howe): 74-75
Rainy Days (Harvey, Shirley): 75-75
Reuben Roy (Stearns, Harold Crawford): 76-77
Laughing in the Moonlight (Birch, Helen Louise): 78-80
Vertigo (Birch, Helen Louise): 81-81
And So the Days Go By (Birch, Helen Louise): 82-82
Masks: A Helen (Michelson, Max): 83-83
Masks: Girls (Michelson, Max): 84-85
Masks: Myrrh (Michelson, Max): 85-85
Masks: Pain (Michelson, Max): 85-85
Masks: A Lady Talking To a Poet (Michelson, Max): 86-86
Masks: A Golden Apple (Michelson, Max): 86-86
Masks: A Dilettante (Michelson, Max): 86-86
Masks: The Traitor (Michelson, Max): 86-87
Masks: A Rich Gentleman (Michelson, Max): 87-87
Masks: A Petit Bourgeois (Michelson, Max): 87-87
Masks: La Mort de Paul Verlaine (Michelson, Max): 88-88
Masks: Death (Michelson, Max): 89-89
Masks: To a Woman Asleep In a Street-Car (Michelson, Max): 89-89
A Century in Illinois (Monroe, Harriet): 90-94
An International Episode (Monroe, Harriet): 94-95
Poetry an Essential Industry (Monroe, Harriet): 96-96
Book Review: Can Grande's Castle, by Amy Lowell, Amy Lowell--a Critical Appreciation, by W. Bryher (Monroe, Harriet): 97-102
Book Review: Nocturne of Remembered Spring and Other Poems, by Conrad Aiken (Monroe, Harriet): 102-104
Our Contemporaries: 105-106
A Word From Mr. Sarett (Sarett, Lew R.): 106-107
A Tribute to Mr. Michelson (Shaw, Frances): 107-107
Announcement of Awards: 108-114
Notes: 115-115
Books Received: 115-116
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