A RETURN TO PAGANY, THE HISTORY, CORRESPONDENCE, AND SELECTIONS FROM A LITTLE MAGAZINE, 1929-1932. Stephen Halpert.

A RETURN TO PAGANY, THE HISTORY, CORRESPONDENCE, AND SELECTIONS FROM A LITTLE MAGAZINE, 1929-1932.

  • Boston: Beacon Press, (1969).
  • 8vo.
  • quarter cloth with paper-covered boards, dust jacket.
  • xx, 519 pages.

Price: $5.00  other currencies

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PAGANY, a quarterly of American literature, was edited by Richard Johns, and appeared between 1930 and 1933. In its short lifetime, this little magazine published works of Ezra Pound, e.e. cummings, Erskine Caldwell, James T. Farrell, and many other well-known authors of the day. The history of the magazine, a collection of articles, and nearly 100 letters, reproduced in holograph facsimile, to Johns from his contributors give an interesting view of the literary scene of the thirties. Chipped jacket at top of spine. Fading along top edge of front cover.