In sparkling prose, this memoir of some of the key intellectual battles of the last 30 years offers a rare, firsthand portrait of the New York intellectuals by one of the few surviving members.In sparkling prose, this memoir of some of the key intellectual battles of the last 30 years offers a rare, firsthand portrait of the New York intellectuals by one of the few surviving members.Read Less
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