THE ENEMY

A Review of Art and Literature.

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Nos. 1-3 (all publ.). London, Arthur Press, Jan. 1927-First quarter 1929. Original illustrated wrappers. 4to. (Spine of no 1 gone and slight damage to edges;slight staining,also to no 3;still a presentable set of this fragile publication).

EUR 250.00

Editor and main contributor: Wyndham Lewis. Lewis's magazine in every sense of the word, for he not only contributed most of the prose, but featured reproductions of his work and designed the covers. With critical evaluations of Joyce, Freud, Stein, Bergson, D.H. Lawrence and the magazine 'Transition'. Also contribs. by, (a.o.) J.W.N. Sullivan, T.S. Eliot, Roy Campbell, Laura Riding. Hoffman: "With the possible exception of 'Transition', The Enemy received more notice in press and periodicals than any other little magazine - a recognition of, if not a tribute to, the intransigence of Lewis' mind and the brilliant effectiveness of his criticism." .