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206 pp, 11" H, magazine format. Colour and b&w illustrations, advertisements. Contents include: How to Lynch a Newspaper, by Roy Reed; A Bird in the House - A Story, by Margaret Laurence; Labor's Mutinous Mariners, by A.H. Raskin; Hymn to the Seal - A Poem, by Stevie Smith; Poetry and the Mind of Modern Man, by Conrad Aiken; To the Open Water - A Story, by Jesse Hill Ford; An Answer to Dropouts: The Nongraded High School, by B. Frank Brown; Crab Catchers - A Poem, by Shirley Kaufman; The Gentle Art of Catching Smelts, by Elizabeth A.Choate; Pomp and Circumstance: C.P. Snow, by Robert Adams; Atlantic Reports: Washington, Czechoslovakia, Laos, Scotland, etc. The "Atlantic Supplement on Canada - Sixty-two Pages of Essays, Poetry, and Art" includes: The Trouble with Quebec, by Gerard Pelletier; Art in Canada: With Illustrations, by Alan Jarvis; Educating for the Future, by Robertson Davies; Man Tames the Wilderness, by Roderick Haig-Brown; Can French Canada Stand Alone?, by Marcel Faribault; Cartoons from French Canada, by Duncan Macpherson; etc., plus poems by John Robert Colombo, Gwendolyn MacEwen, Anne Hebert, R.G. Everson, Earle Birney, James Reaney, George Bowering and Raymond Souster. Interior - clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - minor edge wear, minor corner curl on front cover, light rubbing and soiling on rear cover, tiny edge tear on rear cover - archivally taped.
Title: THE ATLANTIC MONTHLY. VOL. 214, NO. 5. NOVEMBER 1964.
Illustrator: Gyorgy Kepes, cover design.
Publisher: Boston, Mass., Atlantic Monthly: 1964
Binding: Soft Cover
Book Condition: Very Good
Item: 1.00 Item
Seller ID: 28974
Keywords: Roy Reed, Margaret Laurence, A.H. Raskin, Stevie Smith, Conrad Aiken, Jesse Hill Ford, B. Frank Brown, Shirley Kaufman, Elizabeth R. Choate, Robert Adams, Carl Mydans, Herbert Kupferberg, Edward Weeks, William Barrett, Phoebe Adams, Stuart Hemsley, Dow Richardson, anne Hebert, Douglas Lepan, Marcel Faibault, Duncan MacPherson, Alan Jarvis, Robertson Davies, John Robert Colombo, Raymond Souster, Roderick Haig-Brown, Gerard Pelletier, Brian C. Stock, Earle Birney, James Reaney, George Bowering, Gwendolyn MacEwen, R.G. Everson, John W. Holmes, John Conway, Canada, Canadians, Poetry, Poets, Seals, Smelts, Danube, National Maritime Union, Seafarers International Union, Conway County, Arkansas, Eugene Henry Wirges, Marlin Hawkins, Newspapers, Newspaper Editors, Censorship, Czechoslovakia.,