The Kenyon Review, Vol. 9, No. 2 (Spring 1947)

Illustrated by Marsden Hartley; Jacques Lipchitz. Softcover, Gambier, Ohio: Kenyon College, 1947. Good with no dust jacket.

Square, sound binding. Clean but tanned pages. Edge wear and corner creasing to pages, wrappers. Wrappers have general shelf wear, soiling. ; Contents: Marsden Hartley's "Evening Storm, Schoodick, Maine," color lithograph frontispiece tipped in with a note by Robert Goldwater; Grene, "L'Homme Est une Passion Inutile: Sartre and Heidegger"; Viereck, "Now Kindness (verse) "; Taylor, "Allegiance (a story) "; Fergusson, "Action as Passion"; Hecht, "Two Poems"; Goodman, "Kafka's Prayer"; Rukeyser, "Eyes of Night-time (verse) "; Rosenfeld, "The Railroad (a story) "; Walker, "Marsden Hartley"; photograph of the head of Hartley by Lipchitz; Jarrell, "The Rising Sun (verse) "; Rader, "Toward a Definition of Cultural Crisis"; Editors in Person: E. B. , "Little Magazines"; Isère, "Sartre vs. Proust (a communication) "; book reviews; Tyler, "Movie Letter."; Lithograph; photograph; 9.0" tall; 168 pages.

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