The Little Review’s “Exiles’ Number” included work by Americans who were “at present pleasantly exiled in Europe,” including H.D., Gertrude Stein, Ernest Hemingway, and E. E. Cummings. This was among the final issues Margaret Anderson and Jane Heap edited together before the women separated and Anderson left the magazine. “I am definitely giving up the Little Review, I told Jane,” Anderson wrote. “You can’t give it up. You started it. . . . I certainly can give it up. I’ll give it to you.” Anderson felt that giving the review to Heap was “just—as well as interesting, but Jane stopped saying good morning to me.”1 Both women became exiles themselves when they moved to Paris in 1923.