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  • Horizon
    Total Archives: 10 Years, 102 Issues, 1,000 Articles, 8,431pp
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    Decade 1940s
     
    1. Horizon,
      January 1940 Issue, 15 Articles, 67pp
      New Poetry by Geoffrey Grigson
    2. Horizon,
      February 1940 Issue, 14 Articles, 84pp
      Henry James by Sir Hugh Walpole
      A Reminiscence, with a drawing
    3. Horizon,
      April 1940 Issue, 17 Articles, 84pp
      French Chronicle by Montgomery Belgion
    4. Horizon,
      May 1940 Issue, 18 Articles, 84pp
      Haute Couture facing by John Banting
    5. Horizon,
      June 1940 Issue, 12 Articles, 83pp
      Party Line by Thomas Driberg
    6. Horizon,
      August 1940 Issue, 12 Articles, 76pp
      Generalship Old and New by Major-General J.F.C. Fuller
    7. Horizon,
      September 1940 Issue, 13 Articles, 79pp
      An American View by Clement Greenberg
    8. Horizon,
      October 1940 Issue, 8 Articles, 71pp
      The Popular Press? by Tom Harrisson
    9. Horizon,
      November 1940 Issue, 10 Articles, 68pp
      Comment from Scotland by Cyril Connolly
    10. Horizon,
      February 1941 Issue, 15 Articles, 76pp
      Fragment of an Autobiography - I by Augustus John
    11. Horizon,
      March 1941 Issue, 15 Articles, 77pp
      Prologue to Planning by J.B. Priestley
    12. Horizon,
      June 1941 Issue, 7 Articles, 84pp
      At the Grave of Henry James by W.H. Auden
    13. Horizon,
      July 1941 Issue, 10 Articles, 78pp
      Ballad of the Long-Legged Bait by Dylan Thomas
    14. Horizon,
      August 1941 Issue, 12 Articles, 82pp
      Russian Holiday by Edward Neil
    15. Horizon,
      September 1941 Issue, 8 Articles, 80pp
      The Art of Donald McGill by George Orwell
    16. Horizon,
      November 1941 Issue, 7 Articles, 80pp
      Simple Pleasures by R.C. Trevelyan
    17. Horizon,
      December 1941 Issue, 9 Articles, 78pp
      The New Disorder by E.M. Forster
    18. Horizon,
      March 1942 Issue, 5 Articles, 82pp
      The Church and Reconstruction by Mervyn Stockwood
    19. Horizon,
      April 1942 Issue, 7 Articles, 72pp
      Welsh Sketch Book by Graham Sutherland
    20. Horizon,
      May 1942 Issue, 10 Articles, 80pp
      The Americanism of Hart Crane by D.S. Savage
    21. Horizon,
      June 1942 Issue, 9 Articles, 80pp
      Prospect for Medicine by Kenneth Sinclair-Loutit
    22. Horizon,
      July 1942 Issue, 13 Articles, 80pp
      Frederick Ashton by Beryl de Zoete
    23. Horizon,
      August 1942 Issue, 11 Articles, 80pp
      Three Poems from 'Creve-Coeur' by Louis Aragon
    24. Horizon,
      September 1942 Issue, 12 Articles, 82pp
      The Twentieth-Century Revolution by Dennis Routh
    25. Horizon,
      October 1942 Issue, 9 Articles, 80pp
      Bread & Butter and Architecture by John Summerson
    26. Horizon,
      November 1942 Issue, 9 Articles, 80pp
      "Good News! God is Love!" by Henry Miller
    27. Horizon,
      December 1942 Issue, 9 Articles, 80pp
      Workshop by Mass-Observation
    28. Horizon,
      January 1943 Issue, 11 Articles, 80pp
      The Strategic Retreat of the Left by John S. Spink
    29. Horizon,
      February 1943 Issue, 8 Articles, 79pp
      On Leaving Mind Out by C.E.M. Joad
    30. Horizon,
      March 1943 Issue, 11 Articles, 78pp
      Saved from the Salvage by Logan Pearsall Smith
    31. Horizon,
      April 1943 Issue, 12 Articles, 80pp
      The Birth of a Myth by Arthur Koestler
    32. Horizon,
      May 1943 Issue, 9 Articles, 82pp
      War and Peach in Western Europe by Pierre Maillaud
    33. Horizon,
      June 1943 Issue, 9 Articles, 80pp
      French and English Cultural Relations by Cyril Connolly
    34. Horizon,
      July 1943 Issue, 10 Articles, 77pp
      Art Criticism of Ruskin by Robin Ironside
    35. Horizon,
      August 1943 Issue, 9 Articles, 80pp
      "1843" by Cyril Connolly
    36. Horizon,
      September 1943 Issue, 10 Articles, 76pp
      New Zealand: Answer to an Inquiry by Anna Kavan
    37. Horizon,
      October 1943 Issue, 9 Articles, 79pp
      Over the Water
    38. Horizon,
      November 1943 Issue, 10 Articles, 78pp
      The Future of Democratic Values by Dwight MacDonald
    39. Horizon,
      December 1943 Issue, 9 Articles, 77pp
      An Interview with C. G. Jung by Dr. Jakobi
    40. Horizon,
      January 1944 Issue, 10 Articles, 80pp
      Crisis in the Theatre by Peter Ustinov
    41. Horizon,
      March 1944 Issue, 10 Articles, 76pp
      Prisoner of War by Capt. Robin Campbell, D.S.O.
    42. Horizon,
      April 1944 Issue, 9 Articles, 80pp
      Four Poems of Holderlin
    43. Horizon,
      May 1944 Issue, 8 Articles, 78pp
      Some Reflections on 'Obscenity' by John Mackwood
    44. Horizon,
      June 1944 Issue, 12 Articles, 78pp
      Completely in the Air by Anthony Cotterell
    45. Horizon,
      July 1944 Issue, 8 Articles, 80pp
      The Twelve by Alexander Blok
    46. Horizon,
      August 1944 Issue, 6 Articles, 78pp
      Robert Lovelace, the Romantic Cad by H.T. Hopkinson
    47. Horizon,
      September 1944 Issue, 14 Articles, 80pp
      On Lutheranism by F.D. Borkenau
    48. Horizon,
      October 1944 Issue, 7 Articles, 80pp
      Letter from France by Woodrow Wyatt
    49. Horizon,
      November 1944 Issue, 8 Articles, 78pp
      Notes on the Literary Situation in France by Philip Toynbee
    50. Horizon,
      December 1944 Issue, 24 Articles, 80pp
      A Christmas Anthology by Stephen Spender
    51. Horizon,
      January 1945 Issue, 12 Articles, 80pp
      "The Battle of the Books" by John Lehmann
      A Letter
    52. Horizon,
      February 1945 Issue, 16 Articles, 76pp
      Je Suis Guillaume Apollinaire" by Cecily Mackworth
    53. Horizon,
      March 1945 Issue, 9 Articles, 80pp
      Novelist-Philosophers III - Turgenev by Noel Annan
    54. Horizon,
      April 1945 Issue, 7 Articles, 80pp
      Considerations of the Moral Problem of Our Day by Benedetto Croce
    55. Horizon,
      May 1945 Issue, 9 Articles, 80pp
      News Out of France
    56. Horizon,
      July 1945 Issue, 11 Articles, 80pp
      Novelist-Philosophers V - Jean-Paul Sartre by A.J.Ayer
    57. Horizon,
      August 1945 Issue, 10 Articles, 78pp
      T.S. Eliot on the Condition of Man Today by J.P. Hodin
    58. Horizon,
      October 1945 Issue, 12 Articles, 80pp
      Novelist-Philosophers - VI: Andre Malraux
    59. Horizon,
      November 1945 Issue, 14 Articles, 78pp
      Towards a New Classicism by Thierry Maulnier
    60. Horizon,
      December 1945 Issue, 10 Articles, 84pp
      Ubu Cocu by Alfred Jarry
    61. Horizon,
      January 1946 Issue, 13 Articles, 80pp
      Novelist-Philosophers - VII by Martin Turnell
      Choderlos de Laclos and 'Les Liaisons Dangereuses'
    62. Horizon,
      February 1946 Issue, 15 Articles, 84pp
      Swiss Number
    63. Horizon,
      March 1946 Issue, 10 Articles, 80pp
      Novelist - Philosophers - VIII: Albert Camus by A.J. Ayer
    64. Horizon,
      April 1946 Issue, 8 Articles, 80pp
      Poetry for Poetry's Sake and Poetry beyond Poetry by Stephen Spender
    65. Horizon,
      May 1946 Issue, 11 Articles, 80pp
      Novelist-Philosophers - IX R. L. Stevenson and G. D. Brown by J.D. Scott
      The Myth of Lord Braxfield
    66. Horizon,
      June 1946 Issue, 7 Articles, 80pp
      An Appraisal: Ivy Compton-Burnett and Elizabeth Bowen by Edward Sackville West
    67. Horizon,
      July 1946 Issue, 9 Articles, 80pp
      Birds of Joy and Care by Vernon Watkins
    68. Horizon,
      August 1946 Issue, 9 Articles, 78pp
      The Evolution of Charles Darwin by Douglas Hubble
    69. Horizon,
      September 1946 Issue, 7 Articles, 80pp
      Questionnaire: The Cost of Letters
    70. Horizon,
      October 1946 Issue, 7 Articles, 82pp
      The Inevitability of Flaubert by Rene Dumesnil
    71. Horizon,
      November 1946 Issue, 6 Articles, 80pp
      Right, Left or Centre by Edward Glover
    72. Horizon,
      December 1946 Issue, 7 Articles, 82pp
      The Sheldonian Synthesis by Douglas Hubble
    73. Horizon,
      January 1947 Issue, 10 Articles, 90pp
      German Writers of Today by Heinrich Fischer
    74. Horizon,
      April 1947 Issue, 7 Articles, 84pp
      Novelist - Philosophers - X: Hemingway by Robert Penn Warren
    75. Horizon,
      June 1947 Issue, 9 Articles, 88pp
      The Warm Country by Donald Windham
    76. Horizon,
      July 1947 Issue, 7 Articles, 88pp
      On the Development of Miss Sitwell's Later Style by Kenneth Clark
    77. Horizon,
      August 1947 Issue, 6 Articles, 88pp
      The Privileges of 10 April 1840 by Stendhal
    78. Horizon,
      September 1947 Issue, 9 Articles, 88pp
      Occupation of Japan by Noel F. Busch
    79. Horizon,
      October 1947 Issue, 20 Articles, 176pp
      Art on the American Horizon
    80. Horizon,
      November 1947 Issue, 6 Articles, 88pp
      After the Atom by Franz Borkenau
    81. Horizon,
      December 1947 Issue, 9 Articles, 92pp
      The Surrender of Free Choice by Roy Harrod
    82. Horizon,
      January 1948 Issue, 9 Articles, 88pp
      Sin by Bertrand Russell
    83. Horizon,
      February 1948 Issue, 11 Articles, 92pp
      The Loved One by Evelyn Waugh
    84. Horizon,
      March 1948 Issue, 9 Articles, 80pp
      Monsieur Verdoux by Jacques B. Brunius
    85. Horizon,
      June 1948 Issue, 7 Articles, 88pp
      Studies in Genius---VI Groddeck by Lawrence Durrell
    86. Horizon,
      July 1948 Issue, 8 Articles, 84pp
      Scientific Thought in the Coming Decades by L.L. Whyte
    87. Horizon,
      August 1948 Issue, 6 Articles, 88pp
      Psychiatry in the United States by Alistair Cooke
    88. Horizon,
      September 1948 Issue, 10 Articles, 88pp
      The Love of Death by Christopher Hollis
    89. Horizon,
      October 1948 Issue, 4 Articles, 88pp
      Freud or Jung by Edward Glover
    90. Horizon,
      December 1948 Issue, 7 Articles, 88pp
      A Change of Heart by George Santayana
    91. Horizon,
      January 1949 Issue, 9 Articles, 88pp
      Epilogue on My Host the World by George Santayana
    92. Horizon,
      February 1949 Issue, 2 Articles, 84pp
      The Oasis by Mary McCarthy
    93. Horizon,
      March 1949 Issue, 10 Articles, 90pp
      The Situation of the American Writer by Stephen Spender
    94. Horizon,
      April 1949 Issue, 10 Articles, 88pp
      The End Begins in about Five Minutes by Roy Bongartz
    95. Horizon,
      May 1949 Issue, 9 Articles, 84pp
      The Waldorf Conference by Dwight Macdonald
    96. Horizon,
      June 1949 Issue, 7 Articles, 88pp
      The Origin and Nature of Social Life and the Biological Basis of Co-operation by M.F. Ashley Montagu
    97. Horizon,
      July 1949 Issue, 11 Articles, 88pp
      The Ugly Head by Pablo Salkeld
    98. Horizon,
      August 1949 Issue, 9 Articles, 80pp
      The Ironic Hero by W.H. Auden
    99. Horizon,
      September 1949 Issue, 6 Articles, 80pp
      The Literature of Extreme Situations by Albert Votaw
    100. Horizon,
      October 1949 Issue, 8 Articles, 88pp
      Leon Chestov by David Gascoyne
    101. Horizon,
      November 1949 Issue, 7 Articles, 88pp
      Novelist-Philosophers: XV - Montherlant by Simone De Beauvoir
    102. Horizon,
      December 1949 Issue, 10 Articles, 116pp
      Some Notes on the British Character by Geoffrey Gorer