From Uncollected Edmund Wilson

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Many of Wilson's writings have been anthologized. But there is another body of work over fifty fine essays on aspects of contemporary literature and ideas that have been scattered in a variety of magazines, including "The New Yorker," "The New Republic," "Vanity Fair," and "The Nation." The editors, who recognize Wilson (1895-1972) as one of America's greatest men of letters of the twentieth century, also view his writing as a powerful antidote to late twentieth-century trends and fads and have collected his pieces here in ...

From Uncollected Edmund Wilson 1995, Ohio University Press

ISBN-13: 9780821411278

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