John Crowe Random, Allen Tate, Merrill Moore, Donald Davidson, William Ridley Wills, and Robert Penn Warren
Although its publication run was very brief (1922-1925), The Fugitive is considered to be one of the most influential journals in the history of American letters due to the way it catapulted Vanderbilt University to the forefront of the New Criticism movement. The founders and contributors, who often wrote under nommes de plume, called themselves the Fugitives.
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