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January 18, 1947 (vol. 2, iss. 2) • Page Image 1

…i7I-- Fiction MOMENT IN LONELINESS .. .. .. .... ...MAIZIE GUISAKOFF BIRDCAGE IN TOLEDO . . .. . . .. .. . .DON THORNBURY SALE .. .. ... ..... .... ..... .... RUSSELL LADUE LING FOO .. .. .. ... ..... ...........JOE KNOX NINE THIRTY......... ...........DON CURTO Poetry by RICHARD KOPPITCH JEANNETTE HAIEN HAROLD V. WITT JOHN HOWARD DON LA BADIE CID CORMXN Essays by Book, Reviews by JUNE FRIEDENBERG JEANNETTE HAIEN EUGENE B. ELLIOTT LESTER WOLF...…

January 18, 1947 (vol. 2, iss. 2) • Page Image 2

…Page Two PERSPECTIVES Perspectives EDITOR. Margery Wald AssocTAT EDITORS Doris Cohen, Cid Corman, Russ LaDue LTER"RY STAFF Stan Bradshaw, Joan Lochner, June Friedenberg, Dave Stewart, Harry Moses MANAGING EDITORS Don Curto, June Miller SOPHOMORE STA . . Marge Granse, Norma Levy, Henry Schmer ADVISORY BOARD Arno L. Bader, Morris Greenhut, Allan Seager EDITORIAL what he does with that subject that concerns us; here, we feel, is the only THE L...…

January 18, 1947 (vol. 2, iss. 2) • Page Image 3

…PERSPECTIVES Page Three MOMENT IN LONELINESS ... Maizie Gzsakoff -KAREN and Arthur walked down the pier together, but Karen kept a little behind Arthur so that she could run to the side and look over at the whitened outlines of dead fish in the harbor mud or let her eyes follow the swoop of the gulls around the thin masts of the fishing-boats. Their steps made hollow sounds on the pier-boards. As her steps stopped for moments or quickened...…

January 18, 1947 (vol. 2, iss. 2) • Page Image 4

…Page Four PER S PE CTIVES MOMENT IN LONELINESS ..Continued From Page Three thought. Beauty is not wolf, it is a slow -eel with odor of salt that binds itself wrod the arms and will not let the chest take breath. "Beauty came to me in the shape of an eel." The piers stretched long to the town, infinitely far. The light-house flashed red warn- mgs. She looked at Arthur, bent over the -od, dark-haired and intent, his shirt light against the da...…

January 18, 1947 (vol. 2, iss. 2) • Page Image 5

…PERSPECTIVE S Page Five THE NATURE OF THE ARTIST .. Jue Friedlen berg ACCORDING to Aldous Huxley, the artist can be understood if his activ- ity is considered as fundamentally the performance of a 'maker.' "... Like all makers, he requires a stock of raw ma- terials, in his case experience." Is there a distinction between the artist, the maker; and the artist, the creator? If the artist is a maker, he is the chapter closer of civilization. ...…

January 18, 1947 (vol. 2, iss. 2) • Page Image 6

…Page -ix PERSPECTIVES age Six PER&-r SPA-ATIVA LOS VOLADORES ... John Howard I. THE WAITER AT "MIGUEL'S There is no finer place in Mexico To eat: the food is good, the people here Are such that one may see the world in them, And all of history that's lost and dim . Just see our waiter there, how carefully He bears the wine to us: as though it were Sun's water, precious in a golden cup, Enchaliced on a temple top at dawn's Beginning brightn...…

January 18, 1947 (vol. 2, iss. 2) • Page Image 7

…PERSPECTIVES Page Svern a. w v VLVG[F r LOS VOLADORES...Continued THE DANCE OF YUM KAX, THE HARVEST LORD I am, my Lord, of autumn-time. Frosty nights and ripened maize, Bird-swarms from the north, warm days, And hint of winter's cold are mine. Not dead but dying is the year When men send worship to my ear. My time of year is only death If one is blind to use of seed - Which is Thy masterwork indeed, Oh Lord, is Thine own gracious breath B...…

January 18, 1947 (vol. 2, iss. 2) • Page Image 8

…Page Eight PERSPECTIVES BIRDCAGDIn TOLEDO ..Don Thornbury H E PAUSED for a moment in the entranceway of the front cocktail lounge of the Fox & Hounds Club, lit up a cigarette and peering over the cupped hand that held the match, took in the room through narrowed eyes. He looked over his shoulder once and then walked over to the bar, let- ting his right hand slip into his well fitting but unpressed double breasted, blue, pinstripe coat. H...…

January 18, 1947 (vol. 2, iss. 2) • Page Image 9

…PE RSPECTIVES Page Nine STATE EDUCATION ... Eugene B. Elliott Ens OR'S NOTE: Eugene B. Elliott is the Superintendent of Public Instruction n the State of Michigan. College enrollment figures for Michi- gan will climb to new heights by 1960 although it is believed that by that time the unusual enrollments caused by the avalanche of returning veterans will have' passed. Conservative data for Michigan indicate that by the end of the next deca...…

January 18, 1947 (vol. 2, iss. 2) • Page Image 10

…Page Ten PERSPECTIVES Bseeee"JK REVIEWH "a sincere experiment". .. Jeannette Haien NIGHTWOOD By Djuna Barnes DJUNA BARNES' novel NIGHTWOOD was first published in 1937, but now, reprinted by New Classics, and prefaced by an enthusiastic introduction by T. S. Eliot, it is beginning to receive the criti- cal attention it deserves. It is possible that one reason for this delayed re- sponse is that Miss Barnes' book does not fall into any of the...…

January 18, 1947 (vol. 2, iss. 2) • Page Image 11

…PER IlkPVCTIVES PDa..v lof a AL JLA JLIL XJ JL JLJ 'A 'JL T k7 NINE THIRTY . Don Curto AT NINE O'CLOCK on the evening of May 26, 1946, in Tientsin, China, it was raining. The streets were almost de- serted except for a few rickshas and streams of black water eddying in the gutters. Henri de Saint-Hubert was at home in a small apartment house in the old French concession. Henri had once been Prefect of the; French police for the concessibn....…

January 18, 1947 (vol. 2, iss. 2) • Page Image 12

…Page Twelve PERSPECTIVES BOOK REVIEW "is complete madness"... Lester Wolfson THE STRANGER By Albert Camus MR. C. S. Lewis has recently issued a strong rebuke to the unrestrained belief that all materials can serve equal- ly well as the basis of art. He does not foolishly suppose that philosophic and aesthetic value are one and the same thing, that a negative belief must nec- essarily spell the form which encloses it: he would certainly pre...…

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