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472 1968 “Gratitude from an Advisee: S.F.D. 1926”

472 “Gratitude from an Advisee: S.F.D. 1926.” Pages 19–20 in A Birthday Garland for S. Foster Damon: Tributes Collected in Honor of His Seventy-fifth Birthday, February 22, 1968, edited by Alvin Hirsch Rosenfeld and Barton Levi St. Armand. Providence, Rhode Island: Brown University, 1968.

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473 1975 “Introduction”

473 [Introduction.] Pages [3–10] in From an Album of Autograph Tributes Honoring W. McNeil Lowry for His Unique Services to the Humanities and the Arts: The Ford Foundation, October 1953–December 1974. New York: [Eakins Press Foundation], 1975.

New York: [Eakins Press Foundation] On Literature, History, Politics & Other Subjects
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474 1975 “Postscript: Wystan at War”

474 “Postscript: Wystan at War.” Pages 130–133 (with “Siegfriedslage,” pages 128–130) in W.H. Auden: A Tribute, edited by Stephen Spender. New York: Macmillan, 1975. a. Also issued by George Weidenfeld and Nicolson, London, 1975.

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474a 1975 “Postscript: Wystan at War”

474 “Postscript: Wystan at War.” Pages 130–133 (with “Siegfriedslage,” pages 128–130) in W.H. Auden: A Tribute, edited by Stephen Spender. New York: Macmillan, 1975. a. Also issued by George Weidenfeld and Nicolson, London, 1975.

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475 1982 “Foreword: Hound & Horn Forty-eight years after”

475 “Foreword: Hound & Horn Forty-eight years after.” Pages xi–xx in The Hound & Horn Letters, edited by Mitzi Berger Hamovitch. Athens: The University of Georgia Press, 1982. Also includes Lincoln Kirstein letters. a. Reprinted as "Forty-eight Years After: Hound & Horn," pages [20]–30, in By With To & From (568).

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475a 1991 “Forty-eight Years After: Hound & Horn

475 “Foreword: Hound & Horn Forty-eight years after.” Pages xi–xx in The Hound & Horn Letters, edited by Mitzi Berger Hamovitch. Athens: The University of Georgia Press, 1982. Also includes Lincoln Kirstein letters. a. Reprinted as "Forty-eight Years After: Hound & Horn," pages [20]–30, in By With To & From (568).

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476 1992 Puss in Boots

476 Puss in Boots, retold by Lincoln Kirstein, with illustrations by Alain Vaës. Boston: Little, Brown, 1992. [32] pages.

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477 1927 “Idolator of Idosyncrasy” [review of] William Blake, by Osbert Burdett

477 “Idolator of Idosyncrasy” [review of] William Blake, by Osbert Burdett. Harvard Advocate 113:5 (Jan. 1927), 40–41.

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478 1927 [Review of] “Astrolabe: Infinitudes and Hypocrisies, by S. Foster Damon”

478 [Review of] “Astrolabe: Infinitudes and Hypocrisies, by S. Foster Damon.” Crimson Bookshelf 3:7 (April 11, 1927), 3–4.

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479 1927 [Review of] “The Marionette, by Edwin Muir”

479 [Review of] “The Marionette, by Edwin Muir.” Crimson Bookshelf 3:8 (May 16, 1927), 4.

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480 1927 “Meanwhile” [review of] Meanwhile: The Picture of a Lady, by H.G. Wells

480 “Meanwhile” [review of] Meanwhile: The Picture of a Lady, by H.G. Wells. Hound & Horn 1:1 (Sept. 1927), 58–60.

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481 1927 “The Swell Guy” [review of] Trinc: A Book of Poems, by H. Phelps Putnam

481 “The Swell Guy” [review of] Trinc: A Book of Poems, by H. Phelps Putnam. Hound & Horn 1:2 (Dec. 1927), 164–167.

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482 1928 [Review of] “The Oxford Book of American Verse, chosen and edited by Bliss Carman”

482 [Review of] “The Oxford Book of American Verse, chosen and edited by Bliss Carman.” Hound & Horn 1:3 (March 1928), 278–279.

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483 1928 [Review of] “In the Beginning, by Norman Douglas”

483 [Review of] “In the Beginning, by Norman Douglas.” Hound & Horn 1:4 (June 1928), 377–378.

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484 1928 [Review of] “The Exile, edited by Ezra Pound: Number 3, Spring 1928”

484 [Review of] “The Exile, edited by Ezra Pound: Number 3, Spring 1928.” Hound & Horn 1:4 (June 1928), 382–384.

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485 1928 “Notes for an Ingenious Freshman”

485 “Notes for an Ingenious Freshman.” Harvard Advocate 115:1 (Oct. 1928), 28–30.

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486 1929 [Review of] “transition: An International Quarterly for Creative Experiment, edited by Eugene Jolas and Robert Sage: Numbers 13–14, Summer and Fall 1928”

486 [Review of] “transition: An International Quarterly for Creative Experiment, edited by Eugene Jolas and Robert Sage: Numbers 13–14, Summer and Fall 1928.” Hound & Horn 2:2 (Jan./March 1929), 197–198.

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487 1929 [Review of] “Collected Poems, by A.E. Coppard”

487 [Review of] “Collected Poems, by A.E. Coppard.” Hound & Horn 2:3 (April/June 1929), 316.

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488 1929 [Review of] “Ah the Delicate Passion, by Elizabeth Hall Yates”

488 [Review of] “Ah the Delicate Passion, by Elizabeth Hall Yates.” Harvard Crimson 95:77 (May 22, 1929), 2.

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489 1931 “To Yell with Hale” [letter correcting reference to Hound & Horn by W.H. Hale]

489 “To Yell with Hale” [letter correcting reference to Hound & Horn by W.H. Hale]. New Republic 67 (No. 860, May 27, 1931), 48.

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490 1931 “Roughrider, Muckraker, Gangster” [review of] The Martial Spirit: A Study of Our War with Spain, by Walter Millis; The Autobiography of Lincoln Steffens; The One-Way Ride: The Red Trail of Chicago Gangland from Prohibition to Jake Lingle, by Walter Noble Burns; Al Capone: The Biography of a Self-made Man, by Fred D. Pasley; Al Capone: On the Spot, Graphic Arts Corporation; Exposed: Stories the Papers Dare Not Print, Exposed Publishing Company; Dawn, by Theodore Dreiser

490 “Roughrider, Muckraker, Gangster” [review of] The Martial Spirit: A Study of Our War with Spain, by Walter Millis; The Autobiography of Lincoln Steffens; The One-Way Ride: The Red Trail of Chicago Gangland from Prohibition to Jake Lingle, by Walter Noble Burns; Al Capone: The Biography of a Self-made Man, by Fred D. Pasley; Al Capone: On the Spot, Graphic Arts Corporation; Exposed: Stories the Papers Dare Not Print, Exposed Publishing Company; Dawn, by Theodore Dreiser. Hound & Horn 5:1 (Oct./Dec. 1931), 147–160.

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491 1932 “Books and Characters: Authors and Publishers” [publishing politics and economics]

491 “Books and Characters: Authors and Publishers” [publishing politics and economics]. Boston Evening American (Feb. 26, 1932), 8.

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492 1932 “Books and Characters” [review of Sand in My Shoes, by Katharine Ripley; Falmouth for Orders and By Way of Cape Horn, by A.J. Villiers; Once a Grand Duke, by Grand Duke Alexander]

492 “Books and Characters” [review of Sand in My Shoes, by Katharine Ripley; Falmouth for Orders and By Way of Cape Horn, by A.J. Villiers; Once a Grand Duke, by Grand Duke Alexander]. Boston Evening American (March 4, 1932), 13.

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493 1932 “Trotsky Puts Russia in New Light: History of Revolution Dispels Conception of Soviets as Bomb Tossing Peasants” [review of History of the Russian Revolution, by Leon Trotsky]

493 “Trotsky Puts Russia in New Light: History of Revolution Dispels Conception of Soviets as Bomb Tossing Peasants” [review of History of the Russian Revolution, by Leon Trotsky]. Boston Evening American (March 11, 1932), 15.

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494 1932 “Books and Characters” [review of Black Elk Speaks, by Black Elk as told to John G. Neihardt, and 1919, by John Dos Passos]

494 “Books and Characters” [review of Black Elk Speaks, by Black Elk as told to John G. Neihardt, and 1919, by John Dos Passos]. Boston Evening American (March 18, 1932), 21.

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495 1932 “Arms and Men” [review of] Conquistador, by Archibald MacLeish

495 “Arms and Men” [review of] Conquistador, by Archibald MacLeish. Hound & Horn 5:3 (April/June 1932), 484–492.

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496 1932 “Books and Characters” [review of Thrust at the Sky, by MacKnight Black, and Conquistador, by Archibald MacLeish]

496 “Books and Characters” [review of Thrust at the Sky, by MacKnight Black, and Conquistador, by Archibald MacLeish]. Boston Evening American (April 1, 1932), 10.

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497 1932 “Books and Characters” [on the extraordinary quality of the commonplace]

497 “Books and Characters” [on the extraordinary quality of the commonplace]. Boston Evening American (April 15, 1932), 11.

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498 1932 “Books and Characters” [review of Midsummer Night Madness, by Seán O'Faoláin, and discussion of Edward Garnett as publisher's reader]

498 “Books and Characters” [review of Midsummer Night Madness, by Seán O'Faoláin, and discussion of Edward Garnett as publisher's reader]. Boston Evening American (April 22, 1932), 23.

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499 1932 “Books and Characters” [on best-seller lists, 1921–1931]

499 “Books and Characters” [on best-seller lists, 1921–1931]. Boston Evening American (April 29, 1932), 10.

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500 1932 “Books and Characters” [review of Carl Schurz, by Claude Moore Fuess; The Life of Emerson, by Van Wyck Brooks; Convicting the Innocent, by Edwin M. Borchard, and five other titles]

500 “Books and Characters” [review of Carl Schurz, by Claude Moore Fuess; The Life of Emerson, by Van Wyck Brooks; Convicting the Innocent, by Edwin M. Borchard, and five other titles]. Boston Evening American (May 6, 1932), 25.

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501 1932 “Books and Characters” [review of The Story of My Life, by Clarence Darrow]

501 “Books and Characters” [review of The Story of My Life, by Clarence Darrow]. Boston Evening American (May 13, 1932), 21.

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502 1932 “Books and Characters” [on the economics and sociology of the Depression, with a review of Lee of Virginia, by William E. Brooks]

502 “Books and Characters” [on the economics and sociology of the Depression, with a review of Lee of Virginia, by William E. Brooks]. Boston Evening American (May 20, 1932), 27.

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503 1932 “Hounds and Horns” [letter responding to Granville Hicks’ review of Flesh Is Heir, signed Lincoln E. Kirstein, A. Hyatt Mayor, Bernard Bandler, II]

503 “Hounds and Horns” [letter responding to Granville Hicks’ review of Flesh Is Heir, signed Lincoln E. Kirstein, A. Hyatt Mayor, Bernard Bandler, II]. New Republic 71 (No. 912, May 25, 1932), 48–49.

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504 1932 “Books and Characters” [review of Modern Architecture, by Henry Russell Hitchcock; Modern Architects and The International Style: Architecture Since 1928, by Henry Russell Hitchcock and Philip Johnson]

504 “Books and Characters” [review of Modern Architecture, by Henry Russell Hitchcock; Modern Architects and The International Style: Architecture Since 1928, by Henry Russell Hitchcock and Philip Johnson]. Boston Evening American (June 3, 1932), 19.

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505 1932 “Books and Characters” [review of My Life, by Leon Trotsky]

505 “Books and Characters” [review of My Life, by Leon Trotsky]. Boston Evening American (June 10, 1932), 16.

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506 1932 “Books and Characters” [review of The Oxford History of the United States: 1787–1917, by Samuel Eliot Morison]

506 “Books and Characters” [review of The Oxford History of the United States: 1787–1917, by Samuel Eliot Morison]. Boston Evening American (June 24, 1932), 25.

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507 1932 “Books and Characters” [review of Toward Soviet America, by William Z. Foster, and Against Revolution, by Gilbert Seldes]

507 “Books and Characters” [review of Toward Soviet America, by William Z. Foster, and Against Revolution, by Gilbert Seldes]. Boston Evening American (July 1, 1932), 11.

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508 1932 “Books and Characters” [on the Democratic National Convention in Chicago]

508 “Books and Characters” [on the Democratic National Convention in Chicago]. Boston Evening American (July 8, 1932), 17.

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509 1932 “Art and the Leisure Class” [letter responding to Granville Hicks’ comments on Hound & Horn, signed Bernard Bandler, Lincoln Kirstein, A. Hyatt Mayor]

509 “Art and the Leisure Class” [letter responding to Granville Hicks’ comments on Hound & Horn, signed Bernard Bandler, Lincoln Kirstein, A. Hyatt Mayor]. New Republic 71 (No. 919, July 13, 1932), 238.

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510 1932 “Books and Characters” [on war, with a review of Jeb Stuart, by John W. Thomason]

510 “Books and Characters” [on war, with a review of Jeb Stuart, by John W. Thomason]. Boston Evening American (July 15, 1932), 13.

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511 1932 “Books and Characters” [review of Bolshevism: Theory and Practice, by Waldemar Gurian]

511 “Books and Characters” [review of Bolshevism: Theory and Practice, by Waldemar Gurian]. Boston Evening American (July 22, 1932), 15.

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512 1932 “Books and Characters” [review of American Heresy, by Christopher Hollis]

512 “Books and Characters” [review of American Heresy, by Christopher Hollis]. Boston Evening American (Aug. 5, 1932), 16.

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513 1932 “Books and Characters” [review of Beware of Imitations!, compiled from the records of the United States Patent Office by A.E. Brown and H.A. Jeffcott, Jr.]

513 “Books and Characters” [review of Beware of Imitations!, compiled from the records of the United States Patent Office by A.E. Brown and H.A. Jeffcott, Jr.]. Boston Evening American (Aug. 12, 1932), 18.

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514 1932 “Books and Characters” [on the novel, and Tolstoy's War and Peace]

514 “Books and Characters” [on the novel, and Tolstoy's War and Peace]. Boston Evening American (Aug. 26, 1932), 17.

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515 1932 “Books and Characters” [on writing for films, and the filmscript of Hemingway's Farewell to Arms]

515 “Books and Characters” [on writing for films, and the filmscript of Hemingway's Farewell to Arms]. Boston Evening American (Sept. 2, 1932), 15.

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516 1932 “Books and Characters” [on American humor, with a review of Who's Hooey—Nitwiticisms of the Notable, compiled by Arthur Zipser and George Novack]

516 “Books and Characters” [on American humor, with a review of Who's Hooey—Nitwiticisms of the Notable, compiled by Arthur Zipser and George Novack]. Boston Evening American (Sept. 16, 1932), 17.

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517 1932 “Books and Characters” [review of Liberation of American Literature, by V.F. Calverton]

517 “Books and Characters” [review of Liberation of American Literature, by V.F. Calverton]. Boston Evening American (Sept. 30, 1932), 9.

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518 1932 “The A-minus Mind” [review of] Challenge to Defeat, by William Harlan Hale

518 “The A-minus Mind” [review of] Challenge to Defeat, by William Harlan Hale. Hound & Horn 6:1 (Oct./Dec. 1932), 161–165.

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519 1932 “Sitting Bull Good Character Even in Life, Book Reveals” [review of Sitting Bull: Champion of the Sioux, by Stanley Vestal]

519 “Sitting Bull Good Character Even in Life, Book Reveals” [review of Sitting Bull: Champion of the Sioux, by Stanley Vestal]. Boston Evening American (Oct. 7, 1932), 16.

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520 1932 “Books and Characters” [review of A Man Must Fight, by Gene Tunney]

520 “Books and Characters” [review of A Man Must Fight, by Gene Tunney]. Boston Evening American (Oct. 14, 1932), 29.

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521 1932 “Books and Characters” [review of The End of the World, by Geoffrey Dennis]

521 “Books and Characters” [review of The End of the World, by Geoffrey Dennis]. Boston Evening American (Oct. 21, 1932), 13

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522 1932 “Books and Characters” [review of God's Angry Man, by Leonard Ehrlich]

522 “Books and Characters” [review of God's Angry Man, by Leonard Ehrlich]. Boston Evening American (Oct. 28, 1932), 24.

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523 1932 “Books and Characters” [review of The War Begins: 1909–1914, by Mark Sullivan]

523 “Books and Characters” [review of The War Begins: 1909–1914, by Mark Sullivan]. Boston Evening American (Nov. 4, 1932), 15.

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524 1932 “Books and Characters” [on the national election]

524 “Books and Characters” [on the national election]. Boston Evening American (Nov. 11, 1932), 36.

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525 1932 “Books and Characters” [review of Extraordinary Popular Delusions and the Madness of Crowds, by Charles MacKay]

525 “Books and Characters” [review of Extraordinary Popular Delusions and the Madness of Crowds, by Charles MacKay]. Boston Evening American (Nov. 25, 1932), 17.

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526 1932 “Books and Characters” [review of Homer's Odyssey, translated by T.E. Lawrence]

526 “Books and Characters” [review of Homer's Odyssey, translated by T.E. Lawrence]. Boston Evening American (Dec. 9, 1932), 39.

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527 1932 “Books and Characters” [on Herman Melville]

527 “Books and Characters” [on Herman Melville]. Boston Evening American (Dec. 23, 1932), 10.

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528 1933 “The Canon of Death” [review of] Death in the Afternoon, by Ernest Hemingway

528 “The Canon of Death” [review of] Death in the Afternoon, by Ernest Hemingway. Hound & Horn 6:2 (Jan./March 1933), 336–341. a. Reprinted, pages 59–65, in Ernest Hemingway: The Man and His Work, edited by John K.M. McCaffery. New York: World Publishing Company, 1950. Reissued by Cooper Square Publishers, New York, 1969. b. Reprinted as "Hemingway's Canon of Death," pages [284]–289, in By With To & From (568).

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528a1 1950 “The Canon of Death"

528 “The Canon of Death” [review of] Death in the Afternoon, by Ernest Hemingway. Hound & Horn 6:2 (Jan./March 1933), 336–341. a. Reprinted, pages 59–65, in Ernest Hemingway: The Man and His Work, edited by John K.M. McCaffery. New York: World Publishing Company, 1950. Reissued by Cooper Square Publishers, New York, 1969. b. Reprinted as "Hemingway's Canon of Death," pages [284]–289, in By With To & From (568).

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528a2 1969 “The Canon of Death”

528 “The Canon of Death” [review of] Death in the Afternoon, by Ernest Hemingway. Hound & Horn 6:2 (Jan./March 1933), 336–341. a. Reprinted, pages 59–65, in Ernest Hemingway: The Man and His Work, edited by John K.M. McCaffery. New York: World Publishing Company, 1950. Reissued by Cooper Square Publishers, New York, 1969. b. Reprinted as "Hemingway's Canon of Death," pages [284]–289, in By With To & From (568).

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528b 1991 “Hemingway's Canon of Death”

528 “The Canon of Death” [review of] Death in the Afternoon, by Ernest Hemingway. Hound & Horn 6:2 (Jan./March 1933), 336–341. a. Reprinted, pages 59–65, in Ernest Hemingway: The Man and His Work, edited by John K.M. McCaffery. New York: World Publishing Company, 1950. Reissued by Cooper Square Publishers, New York, 1969. b. Reprinted as "Hemingway's Canon of Death," pages [284]–289, in By With To & From (568).

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529 1933 “New York Letter” [E.E. Cummings, Archibald MacLeish, Common Sense, Uday Shan-Kar, Radio City, Fokine, Lachaise, and others]

529 “New York Letter” [E.E. Cummings, Archibald MacLeish, Common Sense, Uday Shan-Kar, Radio City, Fokine, Lachaise, and others]. New English Weekly 2:20 (March 2, 1933), 461–462.

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530 1933 “Fair Harvard” [review of] Not to Eat, Not for Love, by George Anthony Weller

530 “Fair Harvard” [review of] Not to Eat, Not for Love, by George Anthony Weller. Saturday Review of Literature 9:40 (April 22, 1933), 549.

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531 1933 “Virginia Letter” [Washington, D.C., Thomas Jefferson, the University of Virginia, Robert E. Lee]

531 “Virginia Letter” [Washington, D.C., Thomas Jefferson, the University of Virginia, Robert E. Lee]. New English Weekly 3:7 (June 1, 1933), 159–161.

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532 1934 “The Cream of the Crop” [review of] No More Trumpets and Other Stories, by George Milburn; Winner Take Nothing, by Ernest Hemingway; The First Wife and Other Stories, by Pearl S. Buck; After Such Pleasures, by Dorothy Parker; The Best British Short Stories of 1933, edited by Edward J. O'Brien; A Footnote to Youth, by José Garcia Villa

532 “The Cream of the Crop” [review of] No More Trumpets and Other Stories, by George Milburn; Winner Take Nothing, by Ernest Hemingway; The First Wife and Other Stories, by Pearl S. Buck; After Such Pleasures, by Dorothy Parker; The Best British Short Stories of 1933, edited by Edward J. O'Brien; A Footnote to Youth, by José Garcia Villa. Virginia Quarterly Review 10:1 (Jan. 1934), 145–148.

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533 1934 “‘T.E. “Lawrence”’” [review of] Colonel Lawrence: The Man Behind the Legend, by Basil Liddell Hart

533 “‘T.E. “Lawrence”’” [review of] Colonel Lawrence: The Man Behind the Legend, by Basil Liddell Hart. New Republic 78 (No. 1011, April 18, 1934), 279–280. a. Reprinted, pages [325]–329, in By With To & From (568).

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533a 1991 “‘T.E. “Lawrence”’”

533 “‘T.E. “Lawrence”’” [review of] Colonel Lawrence: The Man Behind the Legend, by Basil Liddell Hart. New Republic 78 (No. 1011, April 18, 1934), 279–280. a. Reprinted, pages [325]–329, in By With To & From (568).

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534 1934 “A Century of Progress: 1833–1934” [Chicago World's Fair]

534 “A Century of Progress: 1833–1934” [Chicago World's Fair]. Nation 138 (No. 3598, June 20, 1934), 695–697.

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535 1934 “Permanence and the Present” [review of] Before Disaster, by Yvor Winters, and Horizons of Death, by Norman Macleod

535 “Permanence and the Present” [review of] Before Disaster, by Yvor Winters, and Horizons of Death, by Norman Macleod. New Republic 81 (No. 1042, Nov. 21, 1934), 53–54.

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536 1934 “Harvard and Hanfstängl” [letter on an anti-German demonstration]

536 “Harvard and Hanfstängl” [letter on an anti-German demonstration]. Nation 139 (No. 3622, Dec. 5, 1934), 648–649.

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537 1934 “The Hound & Horn, 1927–1934; With a Letter from Varian Fry as a Note”

537 “The Hound & Horn, 1927–1934; With a Letter from Varian Fry as a Note.” Harvard Advocate 121:2 (Christmas 1934), 6–10, 92–94.

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538 1935 “First Poems” [review of] Permit Me Voyage, by James Agee, and Avalanche of April, by Kimball Flaccus

538 “First Poems” [review of] Permit Me Voyage, by James Agee, and Avalanche of April, by Kimball Flaccus. New Republic 82 (No. 1056, Feb. 27, 1935), 80–81.

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539 1935 “Death of Heroes” [review of] Vienna, by Stephen Spender

539 “Death of Heroes” [review of] Vienna, by Stephen Spender. Direction 1:3 (April/June 1935), 151–152.

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540 1937 “Memoirs of a Diplomat” [review of] The Memoirs of Sir Ronald Storrs

540 “Memoirs of a Diplomat” [review of] The Memoirs of Sir Ronald Storrs. Nation 145:23 (Dec. 4, 1937), 620.

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541 1938 “The English” [review of] Helen's Tower, by Harold Nicolson

541 “The English” [review of] Helen's Tower, by Harold Nicolson. Nation 146:10 (March 5, 1938), 277–278.

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542 1938 “Grass Roots” [review of] Whitman, by Newton Arvin

542 “Grass Roots” [review of] Whitman, by Newton Arvin. Nation 147:20 (Nov. 12, 1938), 513–514.

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543 1939 [Review of] “The Letters of T.E. Lawrence, edited by David Garnett”

543 [Review of] “The Letters of T.E. Lawrence, edited by David Garnett.” Nation 149:2 (July 8, 1939), 47–48.

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544 1939 “Poets under Fire” [review of] Journey to a War, by W.H. Auden and Christopher Isherwood

544 “Poets under Fire” [review of] Journey to a War, by W.H. Auden and Christopher Isherwood. Nation 149:6 (Aug. 5, 1939), 151–152.

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545 1941 “Infra Dig” [review of] New Directions 1940, edited by James Laughlin, and Twice a Year, V–VI, edited by Dorothy Norman

545 “Infra Dig” [review of] New Directions 1940, edited by James Laughlin, and Twice a Year, V–VI, edited by Dorothy Norman. Accent 1:3 (Spring 1941), 183–185.

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546 1942 “Argentine Afternoon” [visits with María Rosa Oliver and Victoria Ocampo during American Ballet Caravan South American tour]

546 “Argentine Afternoon” [visits with María Rosa Oliver and Victoria Ocampo during American Ballet Caravan South American tour]. Town & Country 97 (No. 4232, Jan. 1942), 34–35, 72–73. Illustrated.

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547 1943 “Poet and Prophet” [review of] South American Journey, by Waldo Frank

547 “Poet and Prophet” [review of] South American Journey, by Waldo Frank. New Republic 108:26 (June 28, 1943), 866–867.

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548 1944 “Recent Latin American Novels” [review of] The Bay of Silence, by Eduardo Mallea; Sunburst, by Mauricio Magdaleno; The Horse and His Shadow, by Enrique Amorim; The Golden Serpent, by Ciro Alegría; Canapé-Vert, by Pierre Marcelin and Philippe Thoby-Marcelin

548 “Recent Latin American Novels” [review of] The Bay of Silence, by Eduardo Mallea; Sunburst, by Mauricio Magdaleno; The Horse and His Shadow, by Enrique Amorim; The Golden Serpent, by Ciro Alegría; Canapé-Vert, by Pierre Marcelin and Philippe Thoby-Marcelin. New Republic 110:17 (April 24, 1944), 574, 576, 578.

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549 1944 “Paris Alive: The Republic of Silence” by Jean-Paul Sartre, translated by Lincoln Kirstein

549 “Paris Alive: The Republic of Silence,” by Jean-Paul Sartre, translated by Lincoln Kirstein. Atlantic Monthly 174:6 (Dec. 1944), 39–40.

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550 1945 “Letter from France”

550 “Letter from France.” Nation 160:4 (Jan. 27, 1945), 102–106.

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551 1945 “A Visit to Der Stuermer” [Julius Streicher]

551 “A Visit to Der Stuermer” [Julius Streicher]. Nation 160:26 (June 30, 1945), 722–723.

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552 1945 “Presence de France” [anthology including Valéry, Max Jacob, Giraudoux, Cocteau, Gide, Mauriac, Louis Jouvet, and others], edited and translated by Lincoln Kirstein

552 “Presence de France” [anthology including Valéry, Max Jacob, Giraudoux, Cocteau, Gide, Mauriac, Louis Jouvet, and others], edited and translated by Lincoln Kirstein. Sewanee Review 53:3 (Oct. 1945), 586–608.

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553 1959 “Common Sense without Pity” [review of] The Temple of the Golden Pavilion, by Yukio Mishima; Zen and Japanese Culture, by Daisetz T. Suzuki; Japan: Ancient Buddhist Paintings, UNESCO World Art Series; Beat Zen, Square Zen, & Zen, by Alan W. Watts

553 “Common Sense without Pity” [review of] The Temple of the Golden Pavilion, by Yukio Mishima; Zen and Japanese Culture, by Daisetz T. Suzuki; Japan: Ancient Buddhist Paintings, UNESCO World Art Series; Beat Zen, Square Zen, & Zen, by Alan W. Watts. Nation 189:4 (Aug. 15, 1959), 76–78.

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554 1959 “Echoes from a Buddhist Temple” [letter responding to Nancy Wilson Ross’ objections to “Common Sense without Pity”]

554 “Echoes from a Buddhist Temple” [letter responding to Nancy Wilson Ross’ objections to “Common Sense without Pity”]. Nation 189:4 (Nov. 14, 1959), facing 341.

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555 1961 “The New Augustan Age” [on the inauguration of President John F. Kennedy]

555 “The New Augustan Age” [on the inauguration of President John F. Kennedy]. Nation 192:5 (Feb. 4, 1961), 106–108. a. Reprinted, pages [330]–337, in By With To & From (568).

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555a 1991 “The New Augustan Age”

555 “The New Augustan Age” [on the inauguration of President John F. Kennedy]. Nation 192:5 (Feb. 4, 1961), 106–108. a. Reprinted, pages [330]–337, in By With To & From (568).

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556 1962 “Letter from Seattle” [Seattle World's Fair]

556 “Letter from Seattle” [Seattle World's Fair]. Nation 194:14 (April 7, 1962), 315–319.

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557 1965 “Carl Van Vechten (1880–1964)”

557 “Carl Van Vechten (1880–1964).” Yale University Library Gazette 39:4 (April 1965), 156–162. Illustrated. a. Reprinted as "Carl Van Vechten: 1880–1964," pages [31]–37, in By With To & From (568).

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557a 1991 “Carl Van Vechten: 1880–1964”

557 “Carl Van Vechten (1880–1964).” Yale University Library Gazette 39:4 (April 1965), 156–162. Illustrated. a. Reprinted as "Carl Van Vechten: 1880–1964," pages [31]–37, in By With To & From (568).

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558 1966 “Newbold Morris: 1902–1966”

558 “Newbold Morris: 1902–1966.” Dance News 48:5 (May 1966), 4. Illustrated.

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559 1970 “A Prison of Possibility” [review of] Inside the Third Reich: Memoirs by Albert Speer, translated by Richard and Clara Winston

559 “A Prison of Possibility” [review of] Inside the Third Reich: Memoirs by Albert Speer, translated by Richard and Clara Winston. Nation 211:7 (Sept. 14, 1970), 216–217.

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560 1974 “Marriage of Poetry and Painting” [review of] The Illuminated Blake, annotated by David V. Erdman

560 “Marriage of Poetry and Painting” [review of] The Illuminated Blake, annotated by David V. Erdman. Nation 219:16 (Nov. 16, 1974), 503–504.

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561 1980 “Gurdjieff” [letter to the editor]

561 “Gurdjieff” [letter to the editor], Times Literary Supplement (No. 4031, June 27, 1980), 734.

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562 1981 “The Eyes of Ez” [review of] Ezra Pound and the Visual Arts, edited by Harriet Zinnes, and Ezra Pound and His World, by Peter Ackroyd

562 “The Eyes of Ez” [review of] Ezra Pound and the Visual Arts, edited by Harriet Zinnes, and Ezra Pound and His World, by Peter Ackroyd. New York Review of Books 28:7 (April 30, 1981), 3, 6.

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563 1981 “Lincoln Shelter” [review of] Lincoln Center: The Building of an Institution, by Edgar Young

563 “Lincoln Shelter” [review of] Lincoln Center: The Building of an Institution, by Edgar Young. New York Review of Books 28:13 (Aug. 13, 1981), 8, 10, 12–13.

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564 1981 “Uncle Wil the Wizard” [review of] W.H. Auden: A Biography, by Humphrey Carpenter

564 “Uncle Wil the Wizard” [review of] W.H. Auden: A Biography, by Humphrey Carpenter. New York Review of Books 28:20 (Dec. 17, 1981), 53–56. a. Reprinted as "W.H. Auden—Uncle Wiz," pages [309]–322, in By With To & From (568).

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564a 1991 “W.H. Auden—Uncle Wiz”

564 “Uncle Wil the Wizard” [review of] W.H. Auden: A Biography, by Humphrey Carpenter. New York Review of Books 28:20 (Dec. 17, 1981), 53–56. a. Reprinted as "W.H. Auden—Uncle Wiz," pages [309]–322, in By With To & From (568).

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565 1987 “Provocateur” [review of] The Young Pobble's Guide to His Toes and The Gavin Ewart Show: Selected Poems, 1939–1985, by Gavin Ewart

565 “Provocateur” [review of] The Young Pobble's Guide to His Toes and The Gavin Ewart Show: Selected Poems, 1939–1985, by Gavin Ewart. New York Review of Books 34:1 (Jan. 29, 1987), 35–36.

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566 1988 “The Art of Fine Tuning,” with Steve Reich and Peter Brook

566 “The Art of Fine Tuning,” with Steve Reich and Peter Brook. Parabola. 13:2 (May 1988), 50.

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