New York: January - February 193. Whole number six. Large octavo. Yellow wrapper, printed in red and black. Spine extremities chipped, spine glue refreshed, wrapper a bit dust-dulled, shallow chipping along overlap edges internally very good. Item #WRCLIT86196
Edited by Joseph Freeman, Edwin Rolfe, Philip Rahv, et al. In the earliest numbers, published by the John Reed Club of New York, and then through its long later life published bi-monthly, monthly and quarterly. "The spectacle of the thirties - the dilemma of the artist solved and yet not solved - is nowhere better portrayed ... then in the career of the most interesting of all radical literary magazines, THE PARTISAN REVIEW" - Hoffman, et al. Early issues have long been difficult to assemble, and this number includes contributions by Malraux, Farrell, Seaver, Algren, Fearing, Rahv, Putnam, Rukeyser, et al. HOFFMAN, et al, pp.166-8 and 325.