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On Being Creative
by Irving Babbitt, pp. 113-122 -
After the Fall
by Edwin Muir, pp. 123-124 -
John Millington Synge
by L.A.G. Strong, pp. 125-136 -
Are Authors Human Beings?
by J.B. Priestley, pp. 137-141 -
Glenway Wescott: Legend-Maker
by Dayton Kohler, pp. 142-145 -
Her Majesty's Jesters
by John Macy, pp. 146-157 -
Stevenson's Life in Samoa
by W.H. Triggs, pp. 158-163 -
The Dean of American Letters: Julian Hawthorne
by Lionel Stevenson, pp. 164-172 -
The Poetry of Bolshevism
by Elizabeth Shaw, pp. 173-181 -
A Month of the Theatre
by Francis Fergusson, pp. 182-185 -
by Eva Herrmann, p. 186 -
Reviews and Departments
, p. 187 -
, pp. 198-199 -
, p. 205 -
Essays and Criticism
, p. 209 -
A Varied Shelf
, p. 212 -
by Guy Holt, pp. 221-223 -
More or Less Valedictory
The Bookman's Monthly Score
, p. 224 -
"China's Rise, America's Fall"
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