The Sewanee Review
. The University of the South. Sixteen issues, c.174pp, comprising Volumes LXIII (4 parts: Winter, Spring, Summer, Autumn, 1955), LXV (4 parts, 1957), LXVI (Spring, Summer, Autumn, 1958), LXVII (4 parts, 1959) and LXVIII, Winter only (1960). All in original paper wrappers; extremities bumped/creased; two backstrips torn at head; contents good throughout. Contains wide-ranging articles relating to literary culture, plus poetry and prose, by many distinguished authors including (among many others) : C.S.Lewis: On obstinacy in belief-a paper read to the Socratic club in Oxford (14pp.) Sylvia Plath: Two poems: I: Departure of the ghost. II:Point Shirley. Robert Penn Warren: The destiny of Hamish Bond - a story . Knowledge and the image of man. The natural history of Ikey Sumpter formerly of John Town, Tenn (a story). A first novel Prognois, a poem. Stephen Spender: Pages froma journal R. Ellman: The limits of Joyce's naturalism Rene Wellek: Literary theory, criticism and history John Wain: English poetry: the immediate situation Special issue 77/4 (1959) Homage to Allen Tate with a.o. ccontributions by T.S. Eliot, Robert Lowell, Jacques & Raissa Maritain, Herbert Read E. Heller & R.H. Heilman: Essays on Thomas Mann's Doctor Faustus and Felix Krull John Lehmann: The Wain-Larkin myth Arnold J Toynbee: Phaarisee or publican ? Wallace Stevens: Four poems F.R. Leavis: Joseph Conrad Herbert Read: The sorrows of Priapus Ted Hughes: four poems. Etc.
¶ Having never missed an issue in more than a century, the Sewanee Review is the oldest continuously published literary quarterly in the country. Begun in 1892 at The University of the South in Sewanee, Tennessee, the Review is devoted to American and British fiction, poetry, and reviews -- as well as essays in criticism and reminiscence.
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