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Transition stories, twenty-three stories from "Transition",

Author: Eugène Jolas; Robert Sage
Publisher: New York, W. V. McKee, 1929.
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Transition.
Transition stories.
New York, W.V. McKee, 1929
(OCoLC)614433401
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Eugène Jolas; Robert Sage
OCLC Number: 1494543
Description: xii, 354 p., 1 l. 20 cm.
Contents: Preface / Eugene Jolas --
The island / Gottfried Benn --
Polar bears and others / Kay Boyle --
Conversations no. 7 / Robert M. Coates --
The wren's nest / Emily Holmes Coleman --
Liberty or love / Robert Desnos --
Love in the west / William Closson Emory --
The drug / Léon-Paul Fargue --
The garden / Konstantin Fedin --
A day in the life of a robot / Murray Godwin --
Catastrophe / Leigh Hoffman --
Walk through cosmopolis / Eugene Jolas --
Lionel and Camilla / Matthew Josephson --
A muster from work in progress / James Joyce --
The sentence / Franz Kafka --
The sixth door / Vladimir Lidin --
Lustgarten and Christkind / Ralph Manheim --
Kaleidoscope / Peter Neagoe --
States of sea / Elliot Paul --
Human frontiers / Georges Ribemont-Dessaignes --
Spectral moorings / Robert Sage --
Revolution / Kurt Schwitters --
The silent house / Philippe Soupault --
As a wife has a cow a love story / Gertrude Stein.
Other Titles: Transition (Paris, France : 1927)
Responsibility: selected and edited by Eugene Jolas and Robert Sage.

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