John Collings Squire and James Stephens.

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StatementWith a prefatory letter by J. C. Squire.
SeriesBibliographies of modern authors,, no. 4.
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LC ClassificationsZ8832.5 .W72 1973, PR6037.Q5 .W72 1973
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Pagination13 p.
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Open LibraryOL5419486M
ISBN 10084147608X
LC Control Number73012553

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2, ; educated at St. John's College, Cambridge; unsuccessful Parlimentary candidate for Labour and Liberals; literary editor, New Statesman, ; published book of poems, Survival of the fittest (); founded literary magazine, London Mercury, in ; chairman, Architecture Club, John Collings Squire Poems based on Topics: Man, Sense & Perception, Hatred, Doubt & Skepticism, Necessity.

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