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    Pearson’s Magazine (US) [v38 #10, April 1918] (15¢, 32pp, large)
    Details supplied by Denny Lien from a bound volume at the University of Minnesota.
    • ifc. · Pearson’s to 64 Pages · [Misc.] · ms; pagecount increase and price increase (to 20¢) next issue.
    • 417 · The Fall of Leon Trotzky · Frank Harris · ar
    • 418 · Bernard Shaw on the War · Frank Harris · ar
    • 419 · My Bolshevik Sweetheart · Maria Moravsky · bg
    • 420 · Our Censorship · Frank Harris · ar
    • 421 · Neutral Sweden · Carl Bruhn · ar
    • 422 · 1818 to 1918 in Books · Frank Harris · ar
    • 422 · “A Clean Peace”: a New Monthly · Frank Harris · ms; on Upton Sinclair’s proposed magazine.
    • 423 · Starving School Children · Ruth Pickering · ar
    • 424 · A Criminal’s Biography [Part 5 of 5] · W. W. · sl; said “to be continued” but apparently was not.
    • 427 · An Outsider · Adriana Spadoni · bg
    • 429 · Cunninghame Graham · Frank Harris · ar
    • 432 · In the Lime-Light · [uncredited] · cl; on current doings of Sir Frederick Smith, Sir Edward Carson, Massingham of The Nation, Bertrand Russell, Lord Lansdowne, and Nellie Melba.
    • 434 · Desire · James Stephens · ss Reedy’s Mirror March 1 1918
    • 436 · Sadie’s Chance · Dermot Darby · ss
    • 441 · Moore and Wilde · Vincent O’Sullivan · lt
    • 442 · Through the Editor’s Eye · Frank Harris · cl
    • 444 · Contemporary Italian Music · Carlo Edwards · ar
    • 445 · With Our Readers · Readers · lc




    Pearson’s Magazine (US) [v39 #3, July 1918] (15¢, 64pp, large)
    Details supplied by Denny Lien from a bound volume at the University of Minnesota.



    Pearson’s Magazine (US) [v39 #5, September 1918] (15¢, 64pp, large)
    With this issue, Frank Harris for the first time is listed as both editor and publisher. The anonymous pieces have vanished (but will return). FH is still soliciting stock sales in the magazine. Editorial stance toward WWI has changed from previous arguably pro-German, peace at any price position: now “the war must be prosecuted with all our power to a successful conclusion” (p.310). Details supplied by Denny Lien from a bound volume at the University of Minnesota.


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