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The Fugitive, 1922-1926

Author: Merrill Moore; Louis Untermeyer
Publisher: [V.p.], [1935-39]
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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Named Person: Merrill Moore; Merrill Moore
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Merrill Moore; Louis Untermeyer
OCLC Number: 8625721
Notes: Binder's title.
A collection of pamphlets by and about Merrill Moore, concerned mainly with poems that appeared in the Fugitive.
Description: 5 pamphlets in 1 volumes portrait 23 cm
Contents: [1] Moore, Merrill. The Fugitive; clippings and comment about the magazing and the members of the group that published it. 1939.--[2] Moore, Merrill. Poems from the Fugitive. [c1936]--[3] Moore, Merrill. 15 poems from the Fugitive, and one additional poem: Ego. [c1938]--[4] Moore, Merrill. Sonnets from the Fugitive. [c1937]--[5] Untermeyer, Louis. Merrill Moore. 1935.
Responsibility: [By] Merrill Moore.

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