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by The Editors, pp. 2-7 -
A Note on Nostalgia
by D.W. Harding, pp. 8-19 -
'The Literary Mind'
by F.R. Leavis, pp. 20-32 -
Notes on the Style of Mrs. Woolf
by M.C. Bradbrook, pp. 33-38 -
On a Grave of the Drowned
by Ronald Bottrall, p. 39 -
The Political Background
by G. Lowes Dickinson, pp. 40-46 -
The Development of the Public School
by Martin Crusoe, pp. 47-59 -
by C.H. Peacock, p. 60 -
The Art-Form of Democracy?
by William Hunter, pp. 61-68 -
Comments and Reviews
A Middleman of Ideas
by Q.D. Leavis, pp. 69-72 -
The Nemesis of American Business, and Other Essays, by Stuart Chase, ...
How High is the Higher Education?
by Willard Thorp, pp. 73-75 -
Universities: American, English, German, by Abraham Flexner
Universities: American, English, German
by Abraham Flexner
Biology and Mr. Huxley
by Joseph Needham, pp. 76-79 -
Brave New World, by Aldous Huxley
Brave New World
by Aldous Huxley
Babbitt Buys the World
by F.R. Leavis, pp. 80-82 -
The Work, Wealth, and Happiness of Mankind, by H.G. Wells
The Work, Wealth, and Happiness of Mankind
by H.G. Wells
by D.W. Harding, pp. 83-84 -
Psychologies of 1930, by Carl Murchison, ...
Felo de Se?
by H.L. Elvin, pp. 85-86 -
What Would Be the Character of a New War?, by Norman Angell, ...
New Bearings in English Poetry, by F.R. Leavis
--- by D.W. Harding,, pp. 87-89 -
New Bearings in English Poetry
by F.R. Leavis
The London Book of English Prose, by Herbert Read, Bonamy Dobree
--- by L.C. Knights,, pp. 90-91 -
The London Book of English Prose
by Herbert Read and Bonamy Dobree
Philosophy of the Sciences, by F.R. Tennant
--- by J.L. Russell,, pp. 92-94 -
Philosophy of the Sciences
by F.R. Tennant
"The Myth of American Meritocracy"
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