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1910 — 1922
Vol. 66, No. 2
Bridges, Robert (editor)
New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1919-08-01 250 p.; 24.1 x 16.5 cm
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Contents Contents: C-C
Front Advertisements: adv4-adv36
He Turned and Pinned the Thing Which Men Die For on the Shabby Coat of the Guide (Wyeth, N. C.): Frontispiece-Frontispiece
Resurgam (Burt, Maxwell Struthers): 129-130
In Morocco. Volubilis, Moulay Idriss and Meknez. II (Wharton, Edith): 131-146
The Image (Sothern, Edward H.): 147-152
The Swallow (Andrews, Mary Raymond Shipman): 153-164
The British Industrial Crisis (Laughlin, J. Laurence): 165-170
My Friend Pete Lebeaux (Linderman, Frank B.): 170-170
The Parthenon Freeze (Redington, Sarah): 171-184
Golden Fruit (Luther, Calvin H.): 184-192
Frimaire (Lowell, Amy): 192-192
Marriage and Divorce (Grant, Robert): 193-198
Talking at Large (Galsworthy, John): 198-207
Being a Man (Booth, Edna Mary): 208-213
The Extremists (Church, F. S.): 214-219
The Remaking of France (Recouly, Raymond): 219-228
Fog (Reed, John): 228-228
Watching the Fighting from an Aeroplane: Three Days in September, 1918 (Eaton, J. E.): 229-236
Human (Wheelock, John Hall): 236-236
The Field of Shadows (Smale, Fred C.): 237-247
The Point of View: 248-252
The Field of Art. The Devastated Art of France. II (Porter, Kingsley A.): 253-256
The Financial Situation. After the Return of Peace (Noyes, Alexander Dana): 257-adv70
Overseas Trade. Taking the Italian Trade from the Late Enemy (Burke, Merton Emerson): 259-adv78
Back Advertisements: adv37-F
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