Vol. 22, No. 1
Collection:
Partisan Review Issues
Date:
Winter 1955
Content Type:
Printed Material
Language:
English
Description:
Includes writings by Walter Kaufmann, Federico Garcia Lorca, W.S. Merwin, Pauline Kael, Leslie Fiedler, and Alfred Kazin.
Table of Contents:
"Art, Tradition, and Truth," by Walter Kaufmann
"Crucifixion," by Federico Garcia Lorca
"Lenz," by George Buchner
"The Intellectuals and the Discontented Classes," by David Riesman and Nathan Glazer
"The Alexandrian Mind," by Francis Golffing
"The Aftermath of War and the End of the Neo-Liberal Utopia," by G.L. Arnold
"Everybody's Omnibus Review and Paris Letter," by Gordon Sylander
"Mississippi," by Louis Simpson
"Learning a Dead Language," by W.S. Merwin
"Film Chronicle," (Review) by Pauline Kael
Night People, by Nunnally Johnson
Books
The New Minerva, Or Lost Ground Regained, (Review) by Richard Chase
The Emperor's Clothes, by Kathleen Nott
Sufficient Unto the Day, (Review) by Leslie A. Fiedler
The Translations of Ezra Pound, by Ezra Pound
Tolstoy and History, (Review) by Nicola Chiaromonte
The Hedgehog and the Fox, by Isaiah Berlin
Dreams and Longings of a Classical Scholar, (Review) by Alfred Kazin
Hadrian's Memoirs, by Marguerite Yourcenar
The Conservatism of Despair, (Review) by E.V. Walter
A Program for Conservatives, by Russell Kirk
Associated Personal Entities:
Buchner, Georg, 1813-1837
Chase, Richard, 1904-1988
Chiaromonte, Nicola
Fiedler, Leslie A.
Glazer, Nathan
Golffing, Francis
Kael, Pauline
Kaufmann, Walter Arnold
Kazin, Alfred, 1915-1998
Lichtheim, George, 1912-1973
Lorca, Federico García, 1898-1936
Merwin, W. S. (William Stanley), 1927-
Riesman, David, 1909-2002
Simpson, Louis Aston Marantz
Walter, E. V. (Eugene Victor), 1925-
Associated Subjects:
Art
Conservatism
Intellectuals
Mississippi
Paris (France)
Keywords:
Partisan Review Issues
1955