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H. P. Lovecraft «Collected Essays Volume 1: Amateur Journalism»

Collected Essays Volume 1: Amateur Journalism

авторский сборник, первое издание

Язык издания: английский

Составитель: S.T. Joshi

New York: Hippocampus Press, 2004 г. (март)

Тираж: не указан

ISBN: 0-9721644-2-1, 978-0-9721644-2-9

Тип обложки: мягкая

Формат: другой

Страниц: 440

Описание:

Cover art by Virgil Finlay.

Collection of 152 non-ficton pieces about amateur journalism, plus an appendix of miscellaneous small items. Edited, with notes, index, and introduction, by S.T. Joshi.

Содержание:

  1. S.T. Joshi. Introduction
  2. S.T. Joshi. A Note on This Edition
  3. A Task for Amateur Journalists
  4. Department of Public Criticism (November 1914)
  5. Department of Public Criticism (January 1915)
  6. Department of Public Criticism (March 1915)
  7. What Is Amateur Journalism?
  8. Consolidation’s Autopsy
  9. The Amateur Press
  10. Editorial (April 1915)
  11. The Question of the Day
  12. The Morris Faction
  13. For President—Leo Fritter
  14. Introducing Mr. Chester Pierce Munroe
  15. [Untitled Notes on Amateur Journalism]
  16. Department of Public Criticism (May 1915)
  17. Finale
  18. New Department Proposed: Instruction for the Recruit
  19. Our Candidate
  20. Exchanges
  21. For Historian—Ira A. Cole
  22. Editorial (July 1915)
  23. The Conservative and His Critics (July 1915)
  24. Some Political Phases
  25. Introducing Mr. John Russell
  26. In a Major Key
  27. Amateur Notes
  28. The Dignity of Journalism
  29. Department of Public Criticism (September 1915)
  30. Editorial (October 1915)
  31. The Conservative and His Critics (October 1915)
  32. The Youth of Today
  33. An Impartial Spectator
  34. [Untitled Notes on Amateur Journalism]
  35. Little Journeys to the Homes of Prominent Amateurs: II. Andrew Francis Lockhart
  36. Report of First Vice-President (November 1915)
  37. Department of Public Criticism (December 1915)
  38. Systematic Instruction in the United
  39. United Amateur Press Association: Exponent of Amateur Journalism
  40. Introducing Mr. James Pyke
  41. Report of First Vice-President (January 1916)
  42. Editorial (February 1916)
  43. Department of Public Criticism (April 1916)
  44. Among the New-Comers
  45. Department of Public Criticism (June 1916)
  46. Department of Public Criticism (August 1916)
  47. Department of Public Criticism (September 1916)
  48. Among the Amateurs
  49. Concerning “Persia—in Europe”
  50. Amateur Standards
  51. A Request
  52. Department of Public Criticism (March 1917)
  53. Department of Public Criticism (May 1917)
  54. A Reply to The Lingerer
  55. The United’s Problem
  56. Editorially
  57. The “Other United”
  58. Department of Public Criticism (July 1917)
  59. Little Journeys to the Homes of Prominent Amateurs: V. Eleanor J. Barnhart
  60. News Notes (July 1917)
  61. President’s Message (September 1917)
  62. President’s Message (November 1917)
  63. President’s Message (January 1918)
  64. Department of Public Criticism (January 1918)
  65. President’s Message (March 1918)
  66. Department of Public Criticism (March 1918)
  67. President’s Message (May 1918)
  68. Department of Public Criticism (May 1918)
  69. Comment
  70. President’s Message (July 1918)
  71. Amateur Criticism
  72. The United 1917–1918
  73. The Amateur Press Club
  74. Les Mouches Fantastiques
  75. Department of Public Criticism (September 1918)
  76. Department of Public Criticism (November 1918)
  77. News Notes (November 1918)
  78. [Letter to the Bureau of Critics]
  79. Department of Public Criticism (January 1919)
  80. Department of Public Criticism (March 1919)
  81. Winifred Virginia Jordan: Associate Editor
  82. Helene Hoffman Cole—Litterateur
  83. Department of Public Criticism (May 1919)
  84. Trimmings
  85. For Official Editor—Anne Tillery Renshaw
  86. Amateurdom
  87. Looking Backward
  88. For What Does the United Stand?
  89. The Pseudo-United
  90. The Conquest of the Hub Club
  91. News Notes (September 1920)
  92. Amateur Journalism: Its Possible Needs and Betterment
  93. Editorial (November 1920)
  94. News Notes (November 1920)
  95. News Notes (January 1921)
  96. The United’s Policy 1920–1921
  97. What Amateurdom and I Have Done for Each Other
  98. News Notes (March 1921)
  99. The Vivisector (March 1921)
  100. [Letter to John Milton Heins]
  101. Lucubrations Lovecraftian
  102. News Notes (May 1921)
  103. The Vivisector (June 1921)
  104. The Haverhill Convention
  105. News Notes (July 1921)
  106. Within the Gates
  107. The Convention Banquet
  108. Editorial (September 1921)
  109. News Notes (September 1921)
  110. A Singer of Ethereal Moods and Fancies
  111. News Notes (November 1921)
  112. [Letter to John Milton Heins]
  113. Editorial (January 1922)
  114. News Notes (January 1922)
  115. Rainbow Called Best First Issue
  116. News Notes (March 1922)
  117. The Vivisector (March 1922)
  118. News Notes (May 1922)
  119. [Letter to the N.A.P.A.]
  120. President’s Message (November 1922–January 1923)
  121. President’s Message (March 1923)
  122. Bureau of Critics (March 1923)
  123. Rursus Adsumus
  124. The Vivisector (Spring 1923)
  125. President’s Message (May 1923)
  126. Lovecraft’s Greeting
  127. President’s Message (July 1923)
  128. [Untitled Notes on Amateur Journalism]
  129. The President’s Annual Report
  130. Trends and Objects
  131. Editorial (May 1924)
  132. News Notes (May 1924)
  133. Editorial (July 1925)
  134. News Notes (July 1925)
  135. A Matter of Uniteds
  136. The Convention
  137. Bureau of Critics (December 1931)
  138. Critics Submit First Report
  139. Verse Criticism
  140. Report of Bureau of Critics
  141. Bureau of Critics Comment on Verse, Typography, Prose
  142. Bureau of Critics (June 1934)
  143. Chairman of the Bureau of Critics Reports on Poetry
  144. Mrs. Miniter—Estimates and Recollections
  145. Report of the Bureau of Critics (December 1934)
  146. Report of the Bureau of Critics (March 1935)
  147. Lovecraft Offers Verse Criticism
  148. Dr. Eugene B. Kuntz
  149. Some Current Amateur Verse
  150. Report of the Executive Judges
  151. Some Current Motives and Practices
  152. [Letter to the N.A.P.A.]
  153. [Literary Review]
  154. Defining the “Ideal” Paper
  155. Appendix
    1. [Miscellaneous Notes in the United Amateur]
    2. Official Organ Fund
    3. [Untitled Note on Amateur Poetry]
    4. [On Notes High and Low by Carrie Adams Berry]
    5. A Voice from the Grave
  156. Index

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