The Little Review Exiles Number Spring 1923
The Little Review, a Quarterly Journal of Arts and Letters, was founded by Margaret Anderson and co-edited by Jane Heap and Ezra Pound.
Between the years 1914 and 1929, Anderson introduced the words of young writers including Hemingway, T.S. Elliott, Gertrude Stein, E.E. Cummings, along with the art of Fernand Léger, Jean Cocteau, Max Ernst, Pablo Picasso, and Francis Picabia (to name but a few).
Exiles Number Spring 1923 was a particularly special issue with Ezra Pound joining as an editor and focusing on the creative exiles living in Paris at the time. The journal serves as a unique portal into the creative and vibrant community of protagonists who forever changed the landscape of art and literature.
The front and back cover feature the art of Fernand Léger. Inside pages include texts by Ernest Hemingway, Gertrude Stein, Mina Loy, George Antheil, E.E. Cummings, and Jean Cocteau. Reproductions of the work of Joan Miró, Fernand Léger, and a woodcut by Dorothy Shakespear.