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  • Acknowledgements

It is my great pleasure to welcome Patrick O'Donnell to MFS and to thank him and other scholars who have supported my work on this special issue: Morris Beja, Leslie Hill, Shaun Hughes, Richard Kearney, Neil Larsen, Vincent Leitch, Patrick McGee, Cary Nelson, and Mark Poster. I am honored to work with John Mitchell and Steve Merriam in designing and producing this issue. For permission to reproduce the images by Wyndham Lewis, I thank Mark Dimunation, Curator of Rare Books, Olin Library, Cornell University; and Omar S. Pound, Princeton University, Trustee of the Estate of Mrs. G. A. Wyndham Lewis.

All images by Wyndham Lewis are protected by copyright and are published by permission:

© Estate of Mrs. G. A. Wyndham Lewis. By permission. Department of Rare Books, Cornell University Library.

Cover and Frontispiece: The Enemy No. 1 [cover, proof] [1926] 1 1. [color]

Cosmopolitanism and Nationalism: AM [Drawing—"If so the man you are"] [ca. 1930] [n.p.]

The Politics of Modernist Form: M [Vorticist Design] [ca. 1920s] [London?] 7.5" x 7.25" 1 item.

Little Magazines: Cover of the Enemy No. 2 1927 3 1 1.

Alternative Modernisms / Alternatives to Modernism: AM [Drawing—Vorticist dancer] [ca. 1912] [n.p.]

Scripting the Other: AMS [init.] [Drawing—"Dancer"] 1912 [London] 11 1/2" x 7 1/2" Michel no. 47 [End Page 547]



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