TITLE

Correspondence

AUTHOR(S)
Wadswo, J. W.; Weiss, Phzlu; Healy, S. V.; Listowel, R. C.; Humphries, Rolfe; Wadswo, Selma; Wadsworth Mulrooney; Parsons, Elsie Clews
PUB. DATE
March 1941
SOURCE
New Republic;3/10/41, Vol. 104 Issue 10, p342
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Letter
ABSTRACT
Presents letters to the editor referencing articles and topics discussed in previous issues of the journal. Criticism of the article "We Have Repeated Britain's Mistakes" for abusing chiefs of the U.S. War Department; Suggestions on how to solve farm problems in the U.S.; Appreciation of the poetry of Conrad Aiken and Raymond Holden; Argument against the belief that books of poetry should not be reviewed by poets; Criticism of reviewer Randall Jarrell for his comments on poet Frederic Prokosch; Comments on the writing style of Aiken; Possible outcome of the Second World War; Reference to rioting in Latin Quarter in France; Admiration of the article "The Moral of Scotte Fitzgerald," written by Glenway Wescott; Charges against two men and women for attempting to obtain signatures for petitions to put Communist candidates on the ballot in Illinois.
ACCESSION #
14706562

 

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