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The American Mercury
, March 1926 Issue
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A New God for America
by Herbert Parrish, pp. 257-265 -
by Logan Clendening, pp. 266-272 -
by Catharine Brody, pp. 273-277 -
by Orrick Johns, pp. 278-279 -
Ritchie of the Free State
by Hamilton Owens, pp. 280-287 -
, pp. 288-290 -
Stephen Crane at College
by Harvey Wickham, pp. 291-297 -
, pp. 298-303 -
Comedy and the American Spirit
by Langdon Mitchell, pp. 304-310 -
Proposal for a Reform of the Orchestra
by John Redfield, pp. 311-316 -
by Bernard De Voto, pp. 317-323 -
The Lady with the Hatchet
by James L. Dwyer, pp. 324-331 -
A Mendelian Dominant
by Sara Haardt, pp. 332-340 -
by Isaac R. Pennypacker, pp. 341-345 -
Three Tales of Love
by Mary Austin, pp. 346-352 -
by John McClure, pp. 353-355 -
The Constitutional Trinity
by Leland H. Jenks, pp. 356-362 -
by George Jean Nathan, pp. 363-366 -
Notes & Queries
, pp. 367-372 -
by G.J.N., pp. 373-378 -
Dreiser in 840 Pages
by H.L. Mencken, pp. 379-380 -
An American Tragedy, by Theodore Dreiser
An American Tragedy
by Theodore Dreiser
The Heroic Age
by H.L.M., pp. 381-383 -
Jefferson and Hamilton, by Claude G. Bowers, ...
The American Mercury Authors
, pp. 384-386 -
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