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The Harvard Advocate Centennial Anthology
Jonathan D. Culler
by Schenkman Books Inc.
Written in English
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Richard Poirier and William Miller Abrahams (Doubleday, )Alma mater: Radcliffe College. First Flowering: The Best of the Harvard Advocate, –, an anthology of selections from the magazine edited by Richard Smoley, was published by Addison-Wesley in InThe Harvard Advocate Anniversary Anthology was published in conjunction with the th year of the magazine's publication and Harvard's th arters: The Harvard Advocate Building, 21 South.
OCLC Number: Description: xxxi, pages, 8 unnumbered leaves of plates: illustrations, portraits ; 24 cm: Contents: Sonnet / Wallace Stevens --Song / T.S. Eliot --François Villon / Conrad Aiken --Of Nicolette / E.E.
Cummings --A theme with variations / Malcolm Cowley --Canto XXXVIII / Ezra Pound --Glittering pie / Henry Miller --Death by water / James Laughlin --From a play. Advocate' Centennial Anthology: A Mere Curiosity Proving Most Young Writers Are Thieves or Bores HARVARD ADVOCATE CENTENNIAL ANTHOLOGY, Jonathan D.
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As an undergraduate, he was managing editor of the university’s venerable literary magazine, The Harvard Advocate, and edited an anthology entitled First Flowering: The Best of the Harvard Advocate, Featuring prefaces by Norman Mailer and Robert Fitzgerald, the book was published by Addison-Wesley in.
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The first Harvard magazine, The Harvard Lyceum, was founded inbut closed after only nine months. Between andfour more student magazines started, the last being The Harvard Magazine, which folded after ten years in The Harvard Advocate turns On the first warm night in May, several hundred literary New Yorkers gathered in a duplex apartment on Park Avenue.
They were celebrating—not the publication of a recent book (despite the presence of authors like Louis Begley ’54 and Nell Freudenberger ’97), nor the success of their publications (though editors at The New Yorker and Farrar, Straus and.