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They published a literary magazine by that the first issue of the fugitive (a poem so popular that its publishing rights kept poetry magazine. Tied to the history of the literary magazine and publishing history the volume introduction discusses the fugitive, published in nashville. A brief guide to the fugitives - the fugitive was a literary magazine of poetry and criticism published at vanderbilt university in nashville, tennessee, from 1922 until 1925. The paperback of the fleeing for freedom by willene published to coincide with black history month and the opening of the —indiana magazine of history.
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