Chimera: A Literary Quarterly, Winter-Spring 1944 (Volume 2, No. 3)

Soft Cover, Metuchen, NJ: Van Vechten Press, 1944. Fair with no dust jacket.

Stapled binding is holding pages tightly. Pages clean but age-darkened. Wrappers are brittle, fragile at staples with edge wear, shelf wear, tanning around edges. Contents: Swan, Amour among animals. Troy, The new Parnassianism and recent poetry. Moore, Interlude with a pu-pu bird. Brinnin, The acrobats. Baff, Script. Burr, Harbor impression. Newton, Major catastrophe. Howes, Carpe diem. Moss, The robbery. Neruda, Return of autumn. Bromley, Watch. Eberhart, White lily and hail. Wahl, On poetry. Buchanan, Annunciation. Kees, Girl at midnight. Honig, Ballads for Janus. Book reviews. 10" (25.4 cm) tall; 48 pages.

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Price: $24.00