BC 12.10, C-8
Barnard Poetry had only one issue in 1952 which contained students’ works. This magazine dedicated to poetry is described, in its introduction (by Barry Ulanov, an Instructor in English), as a “result of a series of Friday afternoon discussions of poetry at Barnard, discussions of the poetic process, of the work of established modern poets, and of the work of the poets represented here.” The poems are described as “appreciations of the art of poetry, as good poems must be…” and a “striking articulation of the personalities of eight young poets.”
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