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                          They did not wait till

                          miracles of science

                          Unstopped the naked ears

                          for supersonics

                          The death-knell of Art is

                          sounding! Boom! Doom! -

                          Boom! Doom!


                          Art is degenerating into an

                          accessory of all sorts of

                          propaganda

                          Ameri, with lifornian claws,

                          clutches the Pacific, and now

                          she makes her voices for

                          frantic appeal. They roar like

                          Niagara. They shake the

                          synthetic hills. The sand of

                          tastrophe is loosed and every

                          breast is marked with doom.

                          He doesn't know you n't tch

                          glory on a hook and hold on to it.


                          That when you fish for the glory

                          you tch the darkness too.


                          That if you hook twice the glory

                          you hook twice the fear.

                          Our passions are shaping

                          the future spontaneously,

                          unpredictably, compulsively.

                          Produce Editions Participate If we are to continue scholarship and teaching in the field of nadian modernist studies, there is now more than ever before an urgent need to produce editions of these works and to regenerate public interest in this formative period of nadian literature whose visibility has been fading as fast as ink on foolsp.

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