Vol. 24, No. 3
Collection:
Partisan Review Issues
Date:
Summer 1957
Content Type:
Printed Material
Language:
English
Description:
Includes writings by James Baldwin, Theodore Roethke, Stanley Kunitz, Jean Bloch-Michel, and Hilton Kramer.
Table of Contents:
"Sonny's Blues," by James Baldwin
"What Can I Tell My Bones?," (Verse) by Theodore Roethke
"The Fate of the Avant-Garde," by Richard Chase
"Grandeur and Misery of the Count of Villamediana," by Gregorio Maranon
"Science and Human Behavior," (Verse) by John Hollander
"She Wept, She Railed," (Verse) by Stanley Kunitz
"African Violets," (Verse) by Patricia Coombs
"Persephone Pauses," (Verse) by Carolyn Kizer
"The Figure of Christ in American Literature," by Ursula Brumm
"Paris Letter," by Jean Bloch-Michel
"Film Chronicle," by Parker Tyler
A Communication
"A Good Word for England," by Michael Millgate
Books
Snopes Revisited, (Review) by Steven Marcus
The Town, by William Faulkner
Critics of Ideology, (Review) by Hilton Kramer
Politics and the Novel, by Irving Howe
Broken Eggs But No Omelets, (Review) by Henry Popkin
The Complete Works of Nathanael West, by Nathanael West
Power and Belief, (Review) by Martin Lebowitz
"The Mystery of Personality in the Novel," by Herbert Gold
Correspondence
Associated Personal Entities:
Baldwin, James, 1924-1987
Bloch-Michel, Jean, 1912-
Brumm, Ursula
Chase, Richard, 1904-1988
Christ, Jesus
Coombs, Patricia
Gold, Herbert, 1924-
Hollander, John
Kizer, Carolyn
Kramer, Hilton
Kunitz, Stanley, 1905-2006
Lebowitz, Martin, 1921-1993
Maranon, Gregorio, 1887-1960
Marcus, Steven
Millgate, Michael
Popkin, Henry
Roethke, Theodore, 1908-1963
Snopes family (Fictitious characters)
Tyler, Parker
Associated Subjects:
Avant-garde (Aesthetics)
England
Intellectuals
Paris (France)
Politics
Television – United States
Keywords:
Partisan Review Issues
1957