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Ezra Pound & George Antheil: Vorticist Music following Blast.

Introduction Blast magazine is a two-volume literary and art publication that came out of London before and at the start of the First World War. The agenda and visual style … Continue reading

May 5, 2016 · 1 Comment

The Egoist Vol. 1 Issue 23

Amber Lohnes and Kimberly Rodriguez INTRO By December 1st of 1914, The New Freewoman had officially been changed to The Egoist for just about a year. Marsden had decided to … Continue reading

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Blast I (1914) Critical Edition

Introduction July 1, 1914 – Wyndham Lewis releases the first edition of Blast, a literary magazine, and it sends shock waves. The cover of the magazine is a very unorthodox … Continue reading

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The Egoist Vol. I- No.17 by Jailah Morrison and Lori Ward

Introduction       Egoism is defined as “an ethical theory that treats self-interest as the foundation of morality”(Dicitonary.com). The Egoist was a periodical magazine that was originated in London, … Continue reading

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The Freewoman (vol. 1 no.3)

Jamie Kornitzer & Jackie Palmer Doctor Harris ENG 347- 20th Century British Literature May 5, 2016 Introduction          “Marsden and Gawthorpe were both active in the Britain’s … Continue reading

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Blast Vol. 2 July 1915

Brittany Johnson and Jessica Fox ENG 347 Introduction Possibly the best-known thing that the Vorticists produced is their journal BLAST, in June 1914 just before the beginning of the First … Continue reading

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Blast – Volume 1

Christina Farrell and Rebecca Foulks English 347 – 20th Century British Literature Dr. Harris May 5, 2016 Introduction to Blast: Volume One When Blast first hit the literary scene in … Continue reading

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October 1914 Crisis

October 1914: The Crisis Dan Witwer Critical Edition: The Crisis Introduction The early 1900’s were years of serious turmoil in the African American community in the United States, due to social … Continue reading

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The Crisis 1914 Vol. 8, No. 4 Athina Fassu and Caitlyn M. Craddock

Vol. 8, No. 4 Introduction             The Crisis Magazine is an African American periodical founded in 1910 by W.E.B Du Bois, who served as the magazine’s editor. For over one … Continue reading

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The Crisis: Art, Politics, and the Celebration of Success by Mariah Langton and Jessica Pappalardo

Volume 8, Issue 2 Introduction Mariah Langton, Jessica Pappalardo Dr. K. Ross 20th Century American Literature December 14, 2015 The Political Creation and Celebration of an African American Artistic Culture … Continue reading

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