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The Last of the War Correspondents

  • magazine : Bruno's weekly
  • numero : 212 - 1916
  • date : 01 mars 1916
  • catégorie : Culture & arts

Sommaire

  • Wall street reflections

    Variety may be the spice of life, but Wall Street doesn't
    like too much of this kind of spice served up in the
    market.

  • Book-Plate Notes

    To answer a great many inquiries of the past weeks: Clara
    Tice ventured into the field of book-plate designing. A few
    of her plates can be found in the catalogue of the exhibition
    of book plates held in Bruno's Garret last year. Her bookplate
    designs are most appropriate for children's books and
    for books on costumes and fashions.

  • In our village par Bruno Garret
  • Oscar Wilde

    THE greatness and beauty of the ancient Greeks and Romans,
    the colors and opulence of the far Orient, intoxication,
    over-indulgence, leading to the oblivion of the time of
    Nero; asceticism, incense, the gloom and inspiration of candles
    flickering in cathedrals and temples; clean men with boyish
    faces in white, gold and purple garb, and the sacred music
    of the Catholic rite.

    par Guido Bruno
  • The Last of the War Correspondents

    WITH a Russian bullet in his heart, Baron von Kriegelstein
    lies somewhere in the melting snows of East Prussia
    And there are no more war correspondents!

    par C. A. Logue

A propos du magazine

Bruno's weekly
Bruno's weekly BRUNO'S WEEKLY was founded by Guido Bruno in 1915. Celebrating Greenwich Village and its people, it contains local news, gossips, poetry, short stories and artworks by the Village's inhabitants. Most topics were love declarations to the Village, thanks to regular contributors such as Clara Tice, Djuna Barnes, Alfred Kreymborg, ... More than a century later, it is joyful to read such a testimony of what life was in Greenwich Village, way back then.

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