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1914 — 1922
Vol. 4, No. 2
Anderson, Margaret C. (editor)
New York: Margaret C. Anderson, 1917-06-01 40 p.; 22.5 x 14.3 cm.
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Contents Contents: 1-1
Front Advertisements: 2-2
Chinese Poems. Gently-Drunk Woman (Li Po): 3-3
Chinese Poems. Perfume―Remembrance (Li Po): 3-3
Chinese Poems. Drunk (Li Po): 4-4
Chinese Poems. Mountain-Top Temple (Li Po): 4-4
Push-Face (jh): 4-7
Improvisation (Gilmore, Louis): 8-8
The Wild Swans at Coole (Yeats, William Butler): 9-9
Presences (Yeats, William Butler): 10-10
Men Improve with the Years (Yeats, William Butler): 10-10
A Deep Sworn Vow (Yeats, William Butler): 11-11
The Collar-Bone of a Hare (Yeats, William Butler): 11-11
Broken Dreams (Yeats, William Butler): 11-12
In Memory (Yeats, William Butler): 13-13
An Anachronism at Chinon (Pound, Ezra): 14-21
Imaginary Letters: Six Letters of William Bland Burn to His Wife. II (Lewis, Wyndham): 22-26
The Reader Critic. From James Joyce (Joyce, James): 26-26
The Reader Critic. Approval (Groff, Alice): 26-27
The Reader Critic. Fear Not (O. D. J.): 27-27
The Reader Critic. A Poet's Opinion (Bodenheim, Maxwell): 28-29
The Reader Critic. Complaint: 29-29
The Reader Critic. For the Ancheologist: 29-29
The Reader Critic. Mary MacLane's Criticism (MacLane, Mary): 30-30
The Reader Critic. From 'The Dial': 31-31
The Reader Critic. You Do Us Too Much Honor (Puteklis, Louis): 32-32
Back Advertisements: 33-40
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