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Spring 1936

Spring 1936

Volume 12, Number 2

  • John Crowe Ransom’s “What Does the South Want?”
  • Louis Fischer’s “Europe: 1936”
  • Dixon Wecter’s “The Soul of James Boswell”
  • Josephine Pinckney’s “The Marchant of London and the Treacherous Don”
  • Stories by John Crowe Ransom, Louis Fischer, Dixon Wecter, and Josephine Pinckney
  • Poetry by Robert Frost and Ben Belitt
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Spring 1936

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What Does the South Want?

It is my impression that Southerners do not have inhibitions against speaking up, and that what they like to speak about is the South. They now seem to concede that the South is a member part of an organic Union, and that in this relation will come w [...]



Author Profiles

Robert Frost (1874–1963) was one of the leading American poets of the twentieth century and a frequent contributor to VQR.

John Crowe Ransom (1888–1974) was a teacher, poet, founder of the Kenyon Review, and a father of the New Criticism.