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Transition : an international workshop for orphic creation.

Publisher: The Hague (Holland) : Servire Press, 1927-38.
Edition/Format:   Journal, magazine : Periodical : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Magazine featuring talents in art, architecture, music, and literature.
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Genre/Form: Periodicals
Material Type: Periodical
Document Type: Journal / Magazine / Newspaper
OCLC Number: 28869897
Notes: Subtitle varies.
Publication details vary, as the editor moved between the U.S. and France and also received an offer by the Servire Press (The Hague)--to publish later issues of Transition.
Editor: Apr. 1927- Eugene Jolas.
Description: v. : ill., plates, ports., facsims. ; 20-24 cm.

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Magazine featuring talents in art, architecture, music, and literature.

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