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The Century Magazine
, March 1923 Issue
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by Sherwood Anderson, pp. 643-656 -
The Green International
by Charles Merz, pp. 657-661 -
Song of Night
by Pascal D'Angelo, p. 662 -
The Murder in the Fishing Cat
by Edna St. Vincent Millay, pp. 663-675 -
His Religion and Hers
by Charlotte Perkins Gilman, pp. 676-683 -
I. What His Religion has Done to the World
A Minuet on Reaching the Age of Fifty
by George Santayana, pp. 684-685 -
The Patriot of the Planet
by Gilbert K. Chesterton, pp. 686-694 -
by C.O. Woodbury, pp. 695-699 -
Children of Loneliness
by Anzia Yezierska, pp. 700-709 -
East and West in World Politics
by Nathaniel Peffer, pp. 710-719 -
by Zona Gale, pp. 720-736 -
A novel, IV
Picnicking on Perilous
by Marcus Eli Ravage, pp. 737-746 -
by Ross Santee, pp. 747-752 -
Adventures of a Scholar-Tramp
by Glen Mullin, pp. 753-759 -
II. Frisco, the Tramp Royal
A. Bonar Law
by William H. Crawford, pp. 760-766 -
by Ben Ray Redman, p. 767 -
The Last of the Vikings
by Johan Bojer, pp. 768-790 -
A novel, V
Smartness and Light
by Carl Van Doren, pp. 791-796 -
H.L. Mencken: A Gadfly for Democracy
An American Looks at His World
by Glenn Frank, pp. 797-800 -
Al Smith Pardons Jim Larkin
"The Myth of Hispanic Crime"
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