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Summer 1931

Summer 1931

Volume 7, Number 3

  • Robert C. Binkley’s “Europe Faces the Customs Union”
  • Edna Kenton’s “The Case of the American Woman”
  • Silas Bent’s “Reconstruction - Newa Style”
  • Waldo Frank’s “San Martin and Bolivar”
  • Stories by Robert C. Binkley, Edna Kenton, Silas Bent, and Waldo Frank
  • Poetry by Conrad Aiken, Frederic Prokosch, and Geoffrey Johnson
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Summer 1931

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The Case of the American Woman

It is an ironic case, the case of the American woman to-day. She is caught in a trap not entirely of her own making: it was laid for her by nature at the beginning of her evolution on this continent, but she has missed no opportunity of adding teeth [...]


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.