Vol. 41, No. 1
Partisan Review Issues
Winter 1974
Content Type:
Printed Material
Includes writings by Steven Marcus, Morris Dickstein, Jonathan Baumbach, Diana Trilling, and Victor Navasky.
Table of Contents:
"Freud and Dora" by Steven Marcus
"Anonymous Sketch of the Writer" by Gilbert Sorrentino
"Cold War Blues" by Morris Dickstein
"The Archeology" (Verse) by Paul Zweig
"Beckett" by Richard Gilman
"Paris Letter" by Anne Fabre-Luce
"Going to the Movies" by Jonathan Baumbach
"The Laingian Family" by Robert Boyers
Couples (2 Reviews) by Diana Trilling
Portrait of a Marriage, by Nigel Nicolson
From Time to Time, by Hannah Tillich
The Politics of the Future, (Review) by Lewis A. Coser
The Coming of Post-Industrial Society, by Daniel Bell
City Lights, (2 Reviews) by Max Byrd
The Country and the City, by Raymond Williams
Cities of Light and Sons of the Morning, by Martin B. Green
In, (Review) by Raymond Federman
Out, by Ronald Sukenick
The Art of Giving, (Review) by Victor S. Navasky
The Big Foundations, by Waldemar A. Nielsen
Over the Edge, (Review) by Alan Helms
They Feed They Lion, by Philip Levine
An Ear in Bartram's Tree, by Jonathan Williams
Riverbed, by David Wagoner
Associated Personal Entities:
Baumbach, Jonathan
Bergman, Ingmar, 1918-2007
Berrigan, Daniel
Boyers, Robert
Byrd, Max
Coser, Lewis A., 1913-2003
Dickstein, Morris
Fabre-Luce, Anne
Federman, Raymond
Freud, Sigmund, 1856-1939
Gilman, Richard
Green, Martin
Helms, Alan
Levine, Philip
Losey, Joseph
Marcus, Steven
Navasky, Victor S.
Nicolson, Harold, 1886-1968
Nielsen, Waldemar A.
Rosenberg, Ethel, 1915-1953
Rosenberg, Julius, 1918-1953
Roth, Philip
Sackville-West, V. (Victoria), 1892-1962
Sorrentino, Gilbert
Sukenick, Ronald
Trilling, Diana
Wagoner, David
Williams, Jonathan
Williams, Raymond
Zweig, Paul
Associated Subjects:
Cold war
Culture--United States
Dramatic criticism – United States
Film criticism
Hungary – Politics and government – 20th century
Paris (France)
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