The Press: Art vs. Sentiment

The soaring eagle that has long adorned the covers of The World's Work has gone over the hill. Beginning with its October issue, The World's Work has renovated its format.

Any change in a magazine's form arouses sentiment in readers and argument in editors. Change and lack of change have produced The Saturday Evening Post and The Atlantic Monthly. In the case of The World's Work the change consists of larger pages, which increases the size of margins, the addition of colored illustrations and a special illustrated cover. No alteration was made in typography....

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