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Yale Review, The
Yale Rev

ISSN (printed): 0044-0124. ISSN (electronic): 1467-9736.

I have been lucky enough to see some recent issues of The Yale Review. It's more than reassuring to see that this fine journal is continuing to do precisely what our best literary quarterlies have always done -- to keep us abreast of fine new work to help us to be more responsive and engaged critics thinkers and readers. - Neil Rudenstine President Harvard University "I look forward to The Yale Review because I know I will encounter historians and poets essayists and reviewers who will take me on the most intriguing excursions beyond the headlines." - Peter Jennings Broadcast Journalist "Literary magazines perform an indispensable function - a whole support system for American letters. Surely one of its pillars is the esteemed Yale Review a magazine of intelligence and acumen." - George Plimpton Editor The Paris Review "Intelligent writing about the arts is crucial for their survival. By publishing writers from Virginia Woolf to W. H. Auden The Yale Review has been at the heart of our culture for nearly a hundred years. It's a classic and I treasure it." -- Jessye Norman Soprano "I admire valuable traditions and The Yale Review has a marvelous history of bringing wonderful writers to curious demanding readers." - Diana Brooks President Sotheby's "History politics science literature - what an extraordinary and exciting range of ideas! The Yale Review is like a good investment that pays off with interest year after year." - Richard Franke Chairman and CEO John Nuveen & Company Since 1911 The Yale Review has been publishing new works by the most distinguished contemporary writers - from Virginia Woolf to Vladimir Nabokov from Robert Frost to Eudora Welty. The journal's pages have for almost a century been filled with the most exhilarating and astute writing of our times. Under the editorship of J. D. McClatchy himself a prize-winning poet The Yale Review presents up-and-coming writers explores the broader movements in American thought science and culture and reviews the best new books in a variety of fields.

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