Volume I, Issue I
A generation ago, I was preparing to leave Canada to start my graduate program at [...]
The 36-year-old Anglo-American writer Susan Ertz began a late career as a novelist in 1923 [...]
Between 1914 and 1918, American heiress Mary Borden bankrupted herself to establish a field hospital [...]
In 1919, when the exclamatory love poem “Mineself——Minesoul——and——Mine——Cast-Iron Lover” first appeared in the Little Review [...]
In the scholarship on interwar Scottish modernist literature, Claire Spencer is a completely forgotten writer. [...]
Pictured: Hiawatha by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow Maynard’s English Classic Series (#218-219) “Listen to this simple story, [...]
Before discussing the singularity of this particular copy of Jean Giono’s The Song of the [...]
West-Running Brook is a collection of poetry written by Robert Frost. It was first published in [...]
When you think of T.S. Eliot, do you think of The Waste Land or “The Love Song [...]
Published just short of a year apart, William Faulkner’s The Sound and the Fury was published 7 [...]
The Queen of Modernism, Virginia Woolf (born Adeline Virginia Stephen), wrote and published more work [...]
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