American Spectator (literary magazine)

American Spectator (Literary Magazine)

American Spectator (literary magazine)

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The American Spectator was a monthly literary magazineWalter B. Rideout, Sherwood Anderson: A Writer in America: v. 2, University of Wisconsin Press, 2007, p. 172 which made its first monthly appearance in November 1932. It was edited by George Jean Nathan, though Eugene O'Neill, Ernest Boyd, Theodore DreiserR. Baird Schuman, Great American Writers: Twentieth Century, Marshall Cavendish Corporation, 2002, p. 378 , and James Branch Cabell were also listed as joint editorsLinda Ben-Zvi, Susan Glaspell: Her Life and Times, OUP USA, 2005, p. 167 Time: , accessed December 14, 2010

Sherwood Anderson first published his short story entitled Brother Death in this journalOn Dreiser's anti-Semitism see Donald Pizer Pizer, Theodore Dreiser: Interviews, University of Illinois Press, 2005, p.335 ; Gary Levine, The Merchant of Modernism: The Economic Jew in Anglo-American Literature 1864-1939 (Literary Criticism & Cultural Theory: Outstanding Dissertations), Routledge, 2002, p. 75


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