John Donne: The Critical Heritage

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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS xiii
INTRODUCTION 1
Three Soldiers (September 1921)
1 JOHN PEALE BISHOP, review, Vanity Fair, October 1921 32
2 CONINGSBY DAWSON, ‘Insulting the Army’, New York Times Book Review, October 1921 33
3 HENRY SEIDEL CANBY, ‘Human Nature under Fire’, New York Evening Post Book Review, October 1921 37
4 FRANCIS HACKETT, ‘Doughboys’, New Republic, October 1921 43
5 NORMAN SHANNON HALL, ‘John Dos Passes Lies!’, Foreign Service, November 1921 47
6 H.L.MENCKEN, review, Smart Set, December 1921 51
7 Unsigned review, ‘Blow at Americanism’, Chicago Tribune, March 1922 53
One Man’s Initiation—1917 (London, October 1920; New York, June 1922)
8 LLOYD R.MORRIS, ‘Dos Passes in Perspective’, New York Times Book Review, June 1922 59
9 Unsigned review, New York Evening Post Literary Review, July 1922 61
10 Unsigned review, Bookman (New York), August 1922 62
11 CONSTANCE BLACK, review, New York Herald Tribune Books, August 1922 63
Manhattan Transfer (November 1925)
12 HENRY LONGAN STUART, review, New York Times Book Review, November 1925 64

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