Twentieth Century Verse No. 3 (April-May 1937)
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Title: Twentieth Century Verse
Issue: No. 3
Editor: Julian Symons.
Place of publication: London.
Publisher: The Noble Fortune Press, 1191 Finchley Road, London
Date: April-May 1937

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[Julian Symons], 'Against Surrealism'
Wallace Stevens, 'Inaccessible Utopia'
        "         , 'The Place of Poetry'
Richard Church, 'The Need'
        "         , 'Assurance'
Herbert W. Corby, 'All-In'
Keidrych Rhys, 'Poem for a Neighbour'
        "         , 'Rip Van Winkle'
        "         , 'Building Job'
Geoffrey Parsons, 'Suburban Cemetery'
        "         , 'Crookbarrow'
Norman Hall, 'Poem'
        "         , 'Palm Sunday'
Glyn Jones, 'Shadow'
        "         , 'Gull'
H. B. Mallalieu, 'Two Preludes'
G. W. Stonier, 'Poetry and the Individual'
Julian Symons, 'Review of The Ascent of F. 6 at the Mercury Theatre', review
Gavin Ewart, 'Review of The Year's Poetry 1936, edited by D. Kilham Roberts and John Lehmann', review