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1914 — 1922
Vol. 4, No. 6
Anderson, Margaret C. (editor)
New York: Margaret C. Anderson, 1917-10-01 52 p.; 22.5 x 14.3 cm.
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Contents Front Advertisements: B-B
Contents: 1-1
Poems of Po Chu-I. The Harper of Chao (Po Chu-I): 3-3
Poems of Po Chu-I. On the Way to Hangchow: Anchored on the River at Night (Po Chu-I): 4-4
Poems of Po Chu-I. Immortality (Po Chu-I): 4-5
Poems of Po Chu-I. The Two Red Towers (A Satire against Clericalism) (Po Chu-I): 5-6
Poems of Po Chu-I. On Board Ship: Reading Yuan Chen's Poems (Po Chu-I): 6-6
Poems of Po Chu-I. Arriving at Hsun-Yang (Po Chu-I): 6-7
Poems of Po Chu-I. After Getting Drunk, Becoming Sober in the Night (Po Chu-I): 7-7
Poems of Po Chu-I. Last Poem (Po Chu-I): 7-7
Cantelman's Spring-Mate (Lewis, Wyndham): 8-14
Imaginary Letters: Walter Villerant to Mrs. Bland Burn. V (Pound, Ezra): 14-17
Exasperations (Anderson, Margaret): 18-18
Improvisations. I-III (Williams, William Carlos): 19-19
Editorial on Solicitous Doubt (Pound, Ezra): 20-22
Style and American Literature (Bodenheim, Maxwell): 22-24
Barbara Roscorla's Child: A Play in One Act (Symons, Arthur): 25-36
The Reader Critic. Letters from Ezra Pound (Pound, Ezra): 37-39
The Reader Critic. This Approaches Literature! (Sanders, Abel): 39-39
The Reader Critic. Worthy of Byron (Harris, Frank): 40-40
The Reader Critic. Dry Bones (H. R.): 40-40
The Reader Critic. Alienation (Poole, Otis A.): 40-40
The Reader Critic. Art and the War (J. K. C.): 40-41
The Reader Critic. Art and Criticism in America (from the New York Press): 42-42
The Reader Critic. Roosevelt's 'The Foes of Our Own Household' (jh): 42-42
Announcements. We Want!: 42-42
Back Advertisements: 43-D
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