The Nation and Athenaeum
The Nation and Athenaeum or simply The Nation was a United Kingdom political weekly newspaper with a Liberal / Labour viewpoint. It was formed in 1921 from the merger of the Athenaeum, a literary magazine published in London since 1828 and the smaller and newer Nation.
From 1923–30 the literary editor was Leonard Woolf, Woolf would help impecunious young authors, including Robert Graves and E.M. Forster who he knew through the Hogarth Press by commissioning them to write reviews and articles; there were others, such as Edwin Muir who had come to his attention at the Nation and who he would publish at Hogarth.
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- Edward Hyams, The New Statesman (1963), p. 119.
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