The Dial, February 1923, Volume LXXIV, Number 2

Good. Item #10955

Greenwich, Conn.: The Dial Publishing Company, Inc., 1923. First edition. Octavo (10" x 6"); 224 pp. Original pale pink printed wrappers. Black and white illustrations. Edge worn with small closed tears and back cover has been separated and then reattached with clear tape. Text block sound. Pages clean and unmarked.

In the "Notes on Contributors" portion, it states that T. S. Eliot will step down as London correspondent in order to submit material of a more "philosophical nature." This appeared three months after The Dial first published Eliot's famous modern poem "The Waste Land."

Notable contributors in this issue include: A. E. Coppard, Bertrand Russell, Sherwood Anderson, Marianne Moore, and John Dos Passos.

Price: $30.00

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