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Chicago and Our National Gesture
by Kenneth Burke, pp. 497-500 -
by Louise Townsend Nicholl, p. 501 -
A Note on Dedications
by Carl Van Vechten, pp. 502-507 -
The Poems of the Month
by Babette Deutsch, pp. 508-510 -
The Magic Sea Shell
by John Farrar, pp. 511-520 -
by Simon Pure, pp. 521-526 -
by David Daca, p. 527 -
Walter de la Mare: Poet of Tishnar
by Llewellyn Jones, pp. 528-532 -
The Parody Outline of Literature
by Aline Kilmer, p. 533 -
VIII. With Meek Apology to the Greek Anthology
To See or Not to See
by John Farrar, pp. 534-539 -
Plays and Motion Pictures of the Month
The Bookman's Guide to Fiction
, pp. 540-544 -
"Piracy", by Michael Arlen, ...
The Editor Recommends---
by J.F., pp. 545-546 -
The Literary Discipline, by John Erskine, ...
by John V.A. Weaver, p. 547 -
The Book of the Month
by William Lyon Phelps, pp. 548-549 -
Damaged Souls, by Gamaliel Bradford
by Gamaliel Bradford
A Shelf of Recent Books
, pp. 550-551 -
Recent Books in Brief Review
, p. 558 -
The Bookman's Monthly Score
, p. 567 -
In The Bookman's Mail
, pp. 568-569 -
Letters from Louis Bromfield, Floyd Dell
The Bookman's Literary Club Service
, pp. 570-574 -
by Charles Wharton Stork, p. 575 -
Foreign Notes and Comment
, pp. 576-578 -
The Gossip Shop
by P.A. Lobel, H.M. Bateman, and Winifred B..., pp. 585-592 -
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