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1916 — 1917
Vol. 2, No. 1
Oppenheim, James (editor)
New York: The Seven Arts Publishing Co., 1917-05-01 142 p.; 24 x 16.5 cm.
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Contents Cover Design (Peters, Rollo): A-A
Notes on Names: 1-1
Front Advertisements: i-iii
Contents: 2-2
In a Time of National Hesitation (Dewey, John): 3-7
Memories of Whitman and Lincoln (Oppenheim, James): 8-12
The Song of Ariel (Behrman, S. N.): 13-23
Bread-Crumbs (Frank, Waldo): 24-40
From Chicago (Anderson, Sherwood): 41-59
Holy Russia: 60-61
Road and Hills (Benét, Stephen Vincent): 62-63
Poems from the Arabic. The Two Hermits (Gibran, Kahlil): 64-65
Poems from the Arabic. My Friend (Gibran, Kahlil): 65-66
Poems from the Arabic. The Three Ants (Gibran, Kahlil): 66-67
Poems from the Arabic. God (Gibran, Kahlil): 67-67
Editorials (J. O.): 68-71
American Optimism (Stein, Leo): 72-92
Albert P. Ryder (Hartley, Marsden): 93-96
Music and the Electrical Theater (Van Vechten, Carl): 97-102
Our Critics (Brooks, Van Wyck): 103-116
The Seven Arts Chronicle. The Fifth-Month Poet: 117-119
The Seven Arts Chronicle. New Books—Book Review of 'The New Poetry: An Anthology' by Harriet Monroe and Alice Corbin Henderson: 119-120
The Seven Arts Chronicle. New Books—Book Review of 'Glad of Earth' by Clement Wood (L. U.): 120-120
The Seven Arts Chronicle. New Books—Sinclair Lewis and Others: Book Review of 'The Job' by Sinclair Lewis, 'A Book of Burlesques' by Henry L. Mencken, 'Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man' by James Joyce, and 'Three Welsh Plays' by Jeanette Marks (V. W. B.): 121-122
The Seven Arts Chronicle. The Passing of the Kneisel Quartet (Rosenfeld, Paul): 122-125
The Seven Arts Chronicle. Playing a Joke on Broadway (W. F.): 125-127
The Seven Arts Chronicle. Max Weber’s Book (Holley, Horace): 127-129
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