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ELSIE SINGMASTER contributes two remarkable short stories.
DOROTHY CANFIELD is represented by a short story entitled "The Ideas of M. Brodard.”
THOMAS L. MASSON, the genial humorist, writes with his usual sparkle concerning "Our Feeble-Minded Intellectuals," "An Interview with Vanity," "The Great American Weakness," and other equally unhackneyed subjects.
ELIAS LIEBERMAN contributes an arresting article on "The Difficult Art of Being a Jew."
ROLLIN LYNDE HARTT describes how he felt the night he broadcast by radio his interview with Augustus Thomas.
ARCHIBALD RUTLEDGE contributes "Christmas Eve on the Plantation."
ROBERT HALE confesses how it feels to get back to Oxford after having been a Rhodes Scholar on the classic quadrangles.
"A FLAPPER'S APPEAL TO PARENTS" is by one of those modern young creatures who bobs her hair and keeps going from morning until late at night.
SHERMAN ROGERS in "Alaska the Misunderstood" clears up scores of misunderstandings regarding the so-called land of blizzards and dance-halls.
OSCAR S. STRAUS continues his engrossing memoirs, "Under Four Presidents."
OUTLOOK, November 22, 1922.
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TLOOK. November 29, 1922. Volume 132, Number 13. Published weekly by the Outlook Company at 381 Fourth Avenue, New York, N. Y. Subscription price $5.00 a year.
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