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Columbia Review -- Autumn 1941-Winter 1942
[New York: Columbia University], 1942. Near Fine. Four issues. Autumn 1941 -- Winter 1942. Stapled wrappers. Some wear to the yapped edges with a remnant spot on the Autumn 1941 issue, overall near fine. These issues each feature several very early appearances by Louis Simpson, the 1964 Pulitzer Prize winner for poetry, including possibly his first published poem. Simpson became involved with the magazine during his freshman year at Columbia, contributing prose stories, essays, and poetry. Eventually he became editor-in-chief under the guidance of faculty advisor, Mark Van Doren, himself a winner of the Pulitzer Prize for poetry in 1940. A nice collection of early writings from a prize-winning poet in training.
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