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ACCENT (UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS)
A quarterly of new literature
Vols. 1-20 (all publ.). Champaign, Ill., 1940/41-1960. Mostly reprint. Bound. $ 1,020
- Per volume $ 55.-
- In the pages of ACCENT, which Katherine Anne Porter once called "the best of all little magazines," there appeared some of the most significant creative and critical writing of the time. Among its contributors are the fiction of Thomas Mann, John Dos Passos, Franz Kafka and Irwing Shaw; the poetry of Conrad Aiken, e.e. cummings, Wallace Stevens, William Carlos Williams, Dylan Thomas and Marianne Moore; and the criticism of Kenneth Burke, Richard Aldington and John Crowe Ransom.