January 1923

My dear Mrs. Wurtelbach

by Kenneth Burke

What if he had known Wurtelbach since the days when they had a tent in the back yard and played Old Maid if it rained?

Karintha

by Jean Toomer

Her skin is like dusk on the eastern horizon, O can't you see it, O can't you see it, Her skin is like dusk on the eastern horizon . . . When the sun goes down.

Maya art

by George Sacken

There is in the American Museum of Natural History, a room devoted to Maya art.

The house of Conover

by Robert Alden Sanborn

There was consternation in the house of Price Conover.

Pursuit

by Matthew Josephson

I sang in the morning, having arisen, a song-bird, from my dreamless sleep amid the shadows of the abyss.

Nigger

by Margaret Evans

The destruction of Tenochtitlan

by William Carlos Williams

Symposium

Fugitives

by Charles Galwey

The vulgarized sea persists the symbol of futility confronted with ironies.

Wear

by Gertrude Stein

The springs of guilty song

by Hart Crane

Hymen

by Marianne Moore

Dr. Mahaffy says in his essay "The Principles of the Art of Conversation," that artificiality is an evidence of some kind of dishonesty.

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