Poetry (London) A Bi-Monthly of Modern Verse and Criticism No. 6 Enlarged First Anniversary Number May-June, 1941

London: Poetry, 1941. Small literary magazine, (numerated pages 161-207); Editor Tambimuttu, black and white "Lyre Bird" illustrated cover art; the first leaf, the inner endpaper, is a full page written by R. Friedmann, concerning the opposing page- a Full-Page black and white reproduction of Zwemmer's bookstore window display of Ernest Hemingway's Release of For Whom the Bell Tolls, Window Display with an original grouping of art works to "...express the sombre Spanish spirit of the novel...Goya's 'Horrors of the War'...Picasso's outstanding etching 'Minotauromachy' and stills from Eisenstein's epic film 'Que Viva Mexico' scontributions by Anne Ridler, Louis MacNeice, Stephen Spender, G.S. Fraser, Dylan Thomas, J.C. Hall, Henry Treece, Alun Lewis, a "Churchillian Ode" By J. F. Hendry; Laurence Durrell; "Lines Written in an Air Raid" By Francis Scarfe; Vernon Watkins; Julian Symons, Tom Scott, D.S. Savage, Audrey Beecham, James A. Kirkup, Fred Marnau, Stephen Coates, Norman Nicholson, Peter Wells, Alan Hook, Nicholas Moore, Lynette Roberts, Clifford Dyment, & some correspondence from others; some light wear to paper wrap covers, a little darkened; very good condition. Very Good S (Item ID: 13028)


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