The Atlantic Monthly Volume 121

The Atlantic Monthly Volume 121

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1918 edition. Excerpt: ...maidens in distress. He invades the roadside blacksmith shops which have graduated into garages, and consorts with philosophic tinkers of the 1918 model. He enters the motor cars and homes of the wealthy vacationists. He discusses the present tangled universe with a noted newspaper man who has abandoned journalism for poultry-raising in a. search for God. He is arrested for Speeding, and engages in an epic fist fight on the open road in the manner of George Borrow. He finally comes home with a moving-picture actress, "registering " sympathy, and two other modernist young women, to say nothing of a wealth of new ideas and something of an answer to his quest after the meaning of the war. "Professor Latimer's Pro gress " is by an American author of reputation. About half of this volume appeared in 771: Atlantic. MISS THESE NOVELS FEAR GOD IN YOUR OWN VILLAGE By RICHARD MORSE $1.30 net " Here is the true story of an attempt to put the fear of God into an American rural community; that is, to bring order out of the chaos of its social and civic affairs, to put pride and cooperation in the place of suspicion and individualism, to make narrow prejudice and plain cussedness give way to sympathy and unselfish service."--From I/It Pre HENRY HOLT AND COMPANY OUR REVO LUTION _ By LEON TROTZKY Essays on Working Class and Intcmational Revolution (19o4--1917) Collected and translated with biography and explanatory notes by Moissaye _. Olgin, author of "T/re Saul qf I/1: Rur By CHARLES DOWNER I-IAZEN, author of "Europe Since 1815." $1.25 rm'. zdprinting " By far the best short, yet actually sufficient, presentment of a question that is at the very heart of the present struggle....
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  • Paperback | 528 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 27mm | 930g
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236747488
  • 9781236747488