The Blue Review: Literature Drama Art Music Numbers One to Three, May 1913 - July 1913, 1st Edition (Hardback) book cover

The Blue Review

Literature Drama Art Music Numbers One to Three, May 1913 - July 1913, 1st Edition

Edited by John Middleton Murry


220 pages

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Originally published in 1913, this volume contains the full text of editions one, two and three of The Blue Review – the magazine of literature, drama, art and music - from May 1913 to July 1913.

Table of Contents

Number One. 1. A Study in Dubiety. 2. The Song of the Mad Prince. 3. The Vixen. 4. To His Friend to try Another Tavern. 5. The Soiled Rose. 6. The Beggar's Hunt. 7. The Esperanto of Art. 8. Epilogue: Pension Seguin. 9. The Theatre. 10. Fiction. 11. General Literature. 12. French Books. 13. Georgian Music. 14. The Galleries. 15. Review of Reviews: English, French, Italian. 16. Drawings by Ambrose McEvoy, Derwent Lees, Harold Squire, and Norman Wilkinson. Number Two. 1. Joachim Among the Sheepcotes. 2. Yasmin. 3. The End of the Lonely King. 4. Lines Spoken at the Opening of the Birmingham Repertory Theatre. 5. Millie. 6. Anger and Dismay. 7. A Fresh Start in Music. 8. Epilogue: II. Chronicles of the Month: 9. The Theatre. 10. Poetry. 11. The Novels. 12. General Literature. 13. French Books. 14. Music. 15. The Galleries. 16. Drawings by G. S. Lightfoot, J. D. Innes and Frances Jennings. Number Three. 1. Post Georgin. 2. Love. 3. The Busy Heart. 4. Love's Youth. 5. When We are Old, are Old. 6. Sister Barbara. 7. Daibutsu. 8. Mr. Bennett, Stendhal and the Modern Novel. 8. Ariadne in Naxos. 9. Epilogue: III. Bains Turcs. Chronicles of the Month: 10. The Threatre: Masefield and Marie Lloyd. 11. The Novels: Security and Adventure. 12. General Literature: Irish Plays and Playwrights. 13. German Books: Thomas Mann. 14. Italian Books. 15. The Galleries: Gino Severini. 16. Music: Beethoven, Elgar, Debussy.

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