Full text: The little review (8 (1922), 2)

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WHAT. THE 
LITTLE REVIEW HAS DONE! 
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it has printed 
all of James Joyce’s “Ulysses” that the U. S. postal 
authorities would permit. 
it has printed 
Ford Madox Hueffer’s “Men and Women.” 
it has printed 
nearly all the critical papers included in Ezra Pound’s 
“Instigations.” 
it has printed 
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the bulk of Sherwood Anderson’s short stories. 
it has printed 
“The Ideal Giant,” “Cantleman’s Spring Mate,” etc. 
Also reproductions of the work of Wyndham Lewis. 
it has printed 
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30% of T. S. Eliot’s poems; poems, stories, plays by 
W. B. Yeats; Ben Hecht, Emanuel Carnevali, W. G. 
Williams, Djuna Barnes, Dorothy Richardson, Aldous 
Huxley, Arthur Waiey, John Rodker, Lady Gregory, 
Mary Butts, Jean Cocteau, Louis Aragon, P. Soupault, 
Francis Picabia. • 
it has published 
the only single group of 24 reproductions of Brancusi’s 
sculpture. 
WHAT OTHER AMERICAN PUBLICATION OLD OR NEW HAS 
DONE AS MUCH IN EQUAL OR DOUBLE OR QUINTUPLE THE 
NUMBER OF PAGES? 
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bS THE LITTLE REVIEW CONTRIBUTING 
to the mental upkeep of 
Columbia, Jem of the Ocean? 
Yearly: $4.00 
SUBSCRIPTION 
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£1 Foreign 
SINGLE NUMBER $1.00 
WHAT THE LITTLE REVIEW 
WILL DO!?! 
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