The widening gyre; crisis and mastery in modern literature.

New Brunswick, N.J., Rutgers University Press [1963] .

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Subjects Critique.
Literature, Modern -- 20th century.
Literature, Modern.
Littérature -- 20e siècle.
Description xiii, 278 pages 22 cm
Copyright Date [1963]
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Also issued online.
Summary Critical essays on modern literature and its contributors, with two chapters on Andre Malraux.
Contents Spacial form in modern literature -- Malraux's metaphysics of art -- André Malraux: The Image of Man -- Reaction as progress: Thomas Mann's Dr. Faustus -- The dehumanization of art -- Romanticism and reality in Robert Penn Warren -- The achievement of John Peale Bishop -- R.P. Blackmur: the later phase -- Lionel Trilling and the conservative imagination.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)328387
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WorldCat Identities Frank, Joseph, 1918-2013.
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