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Blue Review, Number 3

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Blue Review, Number 3 is a fantastic collection of diverse and thought-provoking writings. The variety of authors featured in this issue brings a depth and richness to the content, covering a wide range of topics and perspectives. From personal essays to critical analysis, this anthology offers something for everyone. The writing is sharp, engaging, and well-crafted, making it a pleasure to read from start to finish. Whether you're looking for a new favorite author or simply enjoy exploring different genres and styles, Blue Review, Number 3 is sure to satisfy. Highly recommended for any avid reader looking for fresh and exciting voices in contemporary literature.

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The Blue Review was a short lived monthly journal published in London between May and July 1913. The successor to Rhythm, The Blue Review was edited by John Middleton Murry and Katherine Mansfield, but survived only three issues. In addition to poetry and short literary pieces, the review included reviews of theatre, music and the arts and of books recently published in English and French. The third and final issue of the journal included Poetry by Rupert Brooke, short stories by Katherine Mansfield and Gilbert Cannan and a review of Thomas Mann's 'Death in Venice' by D. H. Lawrence. - Summary by Phil Benson

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