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A semi-monthly journal of literary criticism, discussion, and information
Vols. 1-86 (all publ.). Chicago, Ill. 1880-1929. Reprint. $ 7,540
- Per volume $ 95.-
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- Featuring memorable fiction and criticism, the DIAL published stories such as Anderson's "I'am a Fool', Lawrence's "The Fox", Mann's "Death in Venice" and a section from Proust's "Remembrance of Things Past". Featured poets included T.S. Eliot (with the first American publication of "The Waste Land"), Yeats, Pound, Cummings, Stevens, Moore, Hart Crane, and many others. Critical essays appearing were by Mann, Eliot, Moore, Burke, Cowley, Aiken, Santayana and Russell. The artwork of Van Gogh, Cézanne, Modigliani, Matisse, Picasso, O'Keefe, and Marini was reproduced here.