Scofield Thayer and The Dial: An Illustrated History.
by [Literary Magazines] Joost, Nicholas.
Southern Illinois University Press,
A Very Good copy in a Good Plus unclipped dust jacket with a long internally tape repaired tear to the front panel, small piece missing from the head of the spine and edge wear. From the end of World War One until the great Crash of 1929, The Dial was the most distinguished monthly literary magazine in the U.S. to champion modern artistic movements. This historical study of the magazine analyises the literary and artistic movements of the twenties and The Dial's impact on those movements.
Edition: First Printing of the First Edition
Book Id: 26561