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November 20, 1921 - Image 18

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_ THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1921
MODERN POETRY DISCUSSED tect himself Mr. Frost said it was was immediately sent to press the 20,000 copies. A review of this book
AT WHIMSIES' MEETING necessary to keep his hands full of next day, November 1st, for a second will appear in an early issue of the
Members of the Whimsies staff en- stones. At dinner in the evening the printing, the two editions totalling Sunday magazine.
tertained at the first of their liter- dogs were let into the dining room,
ary evenings Thursday when a numb- making him feel more or less like
er of students interested in writing Daniel in the lions' den.
met informaly at the home of Prof. He told other stories of the modern-
Roy W. Cowden. The evening was ists, Vachel Lindsay, Carl Sandberg,
taken up with discussions of med- and others he has known.
ern poetry. The second Whimsies will be given
Robert Frost, who attended as a within the next few weeks. -
guest, told intimate details in the lives -
of many of the leaders in the field of Exhaust First Edition in a Day
poetry. He told of a visit to the home The first edition of Floyd Dell's new
of Amy Lowell at her home at Brook- novel, "The Briary-Bush," (Knopf)
line, Mass. In the yard he was met was exhausted by the end of the day
by a score of huge dugs, and to pro- it was published, October list, and It -

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