The Lantern Literary Magazines, 1933 to Present
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• Hypnosis-A Study in Sleep
• Senorita Luna
• The Days of Ofelia
• Often a Bridesmaid
• Unfinished Symphony
• Interview with a Wood-Carver
• A Wrong-Doing?
• Our War Aims
• Soldier to a Worried Mother
Ursinus College, Collegeville, Pennsylvania, Lantern, literary magazine, poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction, hypnotism, gremlins, Gertrude Diamant, book review, Mexico, Ofelia Escoto, Quakers, Friends, marriage customs, wood carving, William C. Hampton, World War II
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Schwartz, Carl A.; Cassatt, Elizabeth Jane; Wentzel, Richard C.; Lockhart, Raymond; Cooke, Barbara; Cunningham, Ethel M.; Hamilton, Marion; Bookhout, Mary-Beth; Hoffman, Carl B.; and Hydren, Ruth, "The Lantern Vol. 11, No. 2, March 1943" (1943). The Lantern Literary Magazines, 1933 to Present. 22.
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Associate Editors: Barbara Cooke, Glen Stewart, Blaine Fister, Frank Curtis, Robert Wilson, Roger Staiger, Robert Tredinnick, Elizabeth J. Cassatt
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