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1914 — 1922
Vol. 6, No. 6
Anderson, Margaret C. (editor)
New York: Margaret C. Anderson, 1919-10-01 68 p.; 21.9 x 14.6 cm
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Contents: 1-1
Discussion. Art and Wallace Gould (Hartley, Marsden): 3-6
'Caught Still as Absalam' (Rosenberg, Isaac): 7-7
Lettres Imaginaires. I-V (Butts, Mary): 8-12
A Visit: (from the French of Charles Vildrac) (Bynner, Witter): 13-15
Tales of a Hurried Man. Tale One (Carnevali, Emanuel): 16-23
Are Puppets People? (C. Z.): 23-23
A New Testament. Testament One (Anderson, Sherwood): 24-29
Discussion. More Swill (Williams, William Carlos): 29-30
Discussion. An Open Letter to Margaret Anderson (Parkhurst, Winthrop): 31-34
Discussion. Concerning Jessie Dismorr (Winters, A. Y.): 34-35
Discussion. Russian Ballet (Rodker, John): 35-36
Discussion. Book Review of 'Images' by Richard Aldington, 'The Poems of Anyte of Tegea' translated by Richard Aldington, and 'Poems and Fragments of Sappho' translated by Edward Storer (J. R.): 36-37
Interim. Chapter VI (Richardson, Dorothy): 38-54
Ballade (Gilmore, Louis): 54-54
The Reader Critic. Two Points of View (Purdon, Arthur): 55-55
The Reader Critic. Concerning Else von Freytag-Loringhoven (Ridge, Lola): 56-56
The Chinese Written Character as a Medium for Poetry. II (Fenollosa, Ernest): 57-64
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