The Harvard Advocate Anthology

By Donald Hall; W. G. Peckham | Go to book overview

The HARVARD ADVOCATE Anthology

Edited by DONALD HALL

"If one seeks a monument to the little old paper,
let him look about in the list of young writers,
and see how many of them became famous.
"
-- W. G. Peckham, '67, in The Harvard Advocate;
Fifty Year Book
, 1916

TWAYNE PUBLISHERS, INC. • NEW YORK

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The Harvard Advocate Anthology
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page 3
  • Preface 5
  • Table of Contents 7
  • Introduction 11
  • The Origin of the Advocate 27
  • Theodore Roosevelt, '80 1858-1919 36
  • Charles Townsend Copeland, '82 1860- 44
  • Thomas W. Lamont, '92 1870-1948 50
  • William Vaughn Moody, '93 1869-1910 57
  • Percy Mackaye, '97 1875- 59
  • Witter Bynner, '02 1881 68
  • Hermann Hagedorn, '07 1882- 84
  • Van Wyck Brooks, '08 1886- 87
  • John Hall Wheelock, '08 1886 93
  • H. V. Kaltenborn, '09 1878 98
  • T. S. Eliot, '10 1888- 104
  • John Reed, '10 1887-1920 113
  • Conrad Aiken, '11 1889- 115
  • Robert Benchley, '12 1889-1945 127
  • E. E. Cummings, '15 1894-- 135
  • Robert Hillyer, '17 1895-- 147
  • Malcolm Cowley, '19 1898- 151
  • Christopher Lafarge, '20 1897- 154
  • John Brooks Wheelwright, '20 1896-1940 156
  • David Mccord, '21 1897- 158
  • W. Ellery Sedgwick, '22 1899-1942 162
  • E. A. Weeks,' 22 1898-- 163
  • John Mason Brown,'23 1900-- 168
  • Oliver Lafarge, '24 1901-- 177
  • Corliss Lamont,'24 1902-- 188
  • Dudley Fitts, '25 1903- 195
  • John Finley, '25 1904- 197
  • Walter Edmonds, '26 1903-- 204
  • James Gould Cozzens, '26 1903 216
  • Lincoln Kirstein, '29 1907- 224
  • James Agee, '32 1909- 228
  • Robert Fitzgerald, '33 1910- 235
  • James Laughlin, '36 1914- 238
  • Peter Viereck, '37 1916- 247
  • Arthur Schlesinger, Jr., '38 1917- 250
  • Leonard Bernstein, '39 1918-- 265
  • Dunstan Thompson, '40 1918- 269
  • Harry Brown, '40 1917- 272
  • William Abrahams, '41 1919-- 285
  • Howard Nemerov, '41 1920-- 287
  • Howard Moss, Summer School, 1942 1922- 309
  • Norman Mailer, '43 1923- 311
  • Appendix 317
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