A world more attractive; a view of modern literature and politics.

New York, Horizon Press [1963] .

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Subjects Literature, Modern.
Littérature moderne.
Politique et culture.
Politique et littérature.
Science politique -- Dans la littérature.
Description xii, 307 pages 22 cm
Copyright Date [1963]
Contents T.E. Lawrence: the problem of heroism -- Edith Wharton: convention and the demons of modernism -- The quest for moral style -- Mass society and post-modern fiction -- Black boys and native sons -- A quest for peril: Norman Mailer -- Walt Whitman: garrulous to the very last -- Robert Frost: a momentary stay -- Wallace Stevens: another way of looking at the blackbird -- George Gissing: poet of fatigue -- Céline: the sod beneath the skin -- Sholom Aleichem: voice of our past -- The fiction of anti-utopia -- Images of socialism -- This age of conformity -- A mind's turnings -- God, man and Stalin -- Edmund Wilson and the sea slugs.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)328377
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WorldCat Identities Howe, Irving.
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