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Louis MacNeice • 58 Items / 28 Books, 7 Articles, 1 Review, 22 Poems
Modern Poetry (1939)
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    The Progress of Poetry (2 Reviews)
    Modern Poetry, by Louis MacNeice
    1. Modern Poetry by Louis MacNeice
    2. The Year's Poetry, 1938 by D. Kilham Roberts and Geoffrey Grigson
    Scrutiny, March 1939, pp. 437-440
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    Poetry of the Will (3 Reviews)
    Poetry and Anarchism, by Herbert Read
    1. Poetry and Anarchism by Herbert Read
    2. Modern Poetry by Louis MacNeice
    3. The Poet's Defence by Jacob Bronowski
    The New Republic, August 16, 1939, p. 52
  3. Comments and Reviews
    The Background of Twentieth-Century Letters (4 Reviews)
    A Number of People, by Edward H. Marsh
    1. A Number of People by Edward H. Marsh
    2. Unforgotten Years by Logan Pearsall Smith
    3. Enemies of Promise by Cyril Connolly
    4. Modern Poetry by Louis MacNeice
    Scrutiny, June 1939, pp. 72-77
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    Other Books of the Day (8 Reviews)
    Unsolved Mysteries of the Arctic, by Vilhjalmur Stefansson
    1. Unsolved Mysteries of the Arctic by Vilhjalmur Stefansson
    2. George Santayana by George W. Howgate
    3. Modern Poetry by Louis MacNeice
    4. A History of American Magazines by Frank Luther Mott
    5. American Authors, 1600-1900 by Stanley J. Kunitz and Howard Haycraft
    6. Industrial Valley by Ruth McKenney
    7. Through Embassy Eyes by Martha Dodd
    8. Venezuela by Erna Fergusson
    Commonweal, March 3, 1939, pp. 527-530
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    The New Books (10 Reviews)
    Defense of Art, by Christine Herter
    1. Defense of Art by Christine Herter
    2. Modern Poetry by Louis MacNeice
    3. The Age of the Fish by Odon von Horvath
    4. This Time a Better Earth by Ted Allan
    5. Amateurs in Arms by F.J. Joseph
    6. Sunday Is the Day You Rest by John Upton Terrell
    7. Our Lives Have Just Begun by Henry Myers
    8. The Platinum Tower by Jerome Bahr
    9. England: A Dying Oligarchy by Louis Bromfield
    10. Wild Country by F. Fraser Darling
    The Saturday Review, February 25, 1939, pp. 20-22