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THE EDITOR'S FENCE 1. The Ninth Annual ELT Conference: Chicago: The theme of our Conference this year is The Georgian and Trench Poets, As Conference 21, the MLA has assigned us the following day, hour and place: Date: 28 December 1965 Time: 10:30-11:45 a.m. Place: Palmer House, Room 7 For admission to the Conference, please write to Helmut E. Gerber, Department of English, Purdue University, W. Lafayette; Indiana. No papers will be read in full. The basis for discussion will be a paper on Wilfred Owen to be published in the Conference number of ELT, Volume 8, No. 5 (1965), and the several books that have appeared on these two groups of poets in the past several years. Those who expect to attend the Conference might do well to read the pertinent parts of C. K. Stead's THE NEW POETIC1 John H, Johnston's ENGLISH POETRY OF THE FIRST WORLD WAR, Brian Gardner's UP THE LINE TO DEATH, Bernard Bergonzi 's HEROES' TWILIGHT (if anyone has managed to see this volume advertised by Constable), and, of course, Robert Ross's THE GEORGIAN REVOLT. We hope to have the Conference number of ELT in the mails by December 10, 2. The Kipling Supplement: With the present number of ELT, we bring the two-part Kipling supplement to the three-part bibliography we published in I960, and now out of print, to a conclusion. The original bibliography is being reprinted by Kraus Reprint Corporation, 16 East 46th Street^ New York, N. Y. 10017, along with other early volumes of ELT. Although we shall have listed and abstracted some 2,500 i terns on Kipling in the five numbers we have had to use to contain all this material, we still have on hand many unlocated and unseen items, and, of course, writing about Kipling goes on and on, especially since the appearance of several very good scholarly books in the past few years.. We would be very happy to have some volunteers to help us fill a few gaps and, more important, to help us keep abreast of the material on Kipling that continues to appear. If we can have the insurance of five or six people's help, the work that needs to be done can be distributed in such a way that no one will be overburdened. 3. ELT Repri nts: The first four volumes of EFT (now ELT) have been out of print for some time. The Kraus Reprint Corporation has agreed to reprint these volumes. Orders for Vols 1-4 (1957/58-1961) should be placed with this firm, not with us. We have a very small stock of most of the numbers from Volume 5 on. Orders for these should be placed with our editorial office, ENGLISH LITERATURE IN TRANSITION, Department of English, Purdue University, W, Lafayette, Indiana. ...


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