The American scholar reader / edited by Hiram Haydn and Betsy Saunders.


1st ed.. New York : Atheneum, 1960.

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Other Title American Scholar.
Other Authors Haydn, Hiram Collins, 1907-1973,
Subjects American essays -- 20th century.
American essays.
Description xix, 521 pages ; 25 cm
Copyright Date 1960.
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents A note on the history of The American scholar / Betsy Saunders -- In praise of diversity / Phyllis McGinley -- Economists and the world crisis / Elmer Davis -- Teaching and the spirit of research / John Livingston Lowes -- The humanity of mathematics / Cassius J. Keyser -- The Germans : unhappy philosophers in politics / Reinhold Niebuhr -- Private property or capitalism / Herbert Agar -- Catholics and other people / George N. Shuster -- On the importance of being unprincipled / John Herman Randall, Jr. -- The century of the child / George Boas -- The challenge of our times / Harold J. Laski -- Impression of Ireland / Irwin Edman -- Music for the man who enjoys Hamlet / B.H. Haggin -- The problem of the liberal arts college / John Dewey -- Vertical and horizontal thinking / Paul Tillich -- Neilson of Smith / Marjorie Hope Nicolson -- Ritual and reality / Leo Stein -- The Devil is dead, and what a loss! / Gerald W. Johnson -- The New Criticism and the democratic tradition / Robert Gorham Davis -- The best of two worlds / Joseph Wood Krutch -- Expressionism and Cubism / Edgar Levy -- Snobs, slobs and the English language / Donald J. Lloyd -- The retort circumstantial / Jacques Barzun -- Freud, religion and science / David Riesman -- Liberal education and a liberal nation / Arthur E. Bestor, Jr. -- Life and the world it lives in / Paul B. Sears -- Ghristian Gauss / Hiram Haydn -- Christian Gauss as a teacher of literature / Edmund Wilson -- CeĢzanne today / Maurice Sterne -- Thomas Wolfe in Berlin / H.M. Ledig-Rowohlt -- The turn of the tide / H.M. Tomlinson -- Three American philosophers / George Santayana -- America and art / Louis Kronenberger -- Alaskan summer / F. Fraser Darling -- A glimpse of incomprehensibles / George W. Corner -- Irwin Edman / Hiram Haydn -- The pseudo-conservative revolt / Richard Hofstadter -- Psychoanalysis and morality / Norman Kelman -- Jehovah's Witnesses as a proletarian movement / Werner Cohn -- The possibilities of heroism / David Daiches -- The present human condition / Erich Fromm -- This literary generation / Robert Langbaum -- The flowering of latter-day man / Max Lerner -- The judgment of the birds / Loren C. Eiseley -- Our documentary culture / Margaret Mead -- The meaning of Bandung / Saunders Redding -- Joseph and his brothers / Mark Van Doren -- Machiavelli's Prince / Garrett Mattingly -- Equality : America's deferred committment / C. Vann Woodward -- Thornton Wilder / Edmund Fuller -- The limits of analysis / A. Alvarez -- Reflections on mass culture / Ernest van den Haag -- John Dewey's legacy / Charles Frankel.
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(OCoLC)ocm01074039
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