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Summer 1934

Summer 1934

Volume 10, Number 3

  • James Truslow Adams’s “The Dilemma of Edmund Ruffin”
  • Robert C. Binkley’s “The Twentieth Century Looks at Human Nature”
  • Talbot Wegg’s “Preface to City Planning”
  • Silas Bent’s “A Mirror for Editors”
  • Stories by James Truslow Adams, Robert C. Binkley, Talbot Wegg, and Silas Bent
  • Poetry by Robert P. Tristram Coffin, Daniel Whitehead Hicky, and Conrad Aiken
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Summer 1934

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A Mirror for Editors

One of our more dignified monthly magazines contained not long ago a rehash of newspaper stories about the sinking of the Titanic. It was a competent "rewrite" job, dramatic and compact of "human interest" ; it was done by a repor [...]


Author Profiles

Conrad Aiken (1869-1973) was born in Savannah, Georgia.  He received the 1954 National Book Award in poetry for Collected Poems (Oxford University Press) and served as Consultant in Poetry to the Library of Congress from 1950 to 1952.