Prodigal Sons: The New York Intellectuals and Their World

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"A herd of independent minds," Harold Roseberg once labelled his fellow intellectuals. They were, and are, as this book shows, a special and fascinating group, including literary critics like Lionel Trilling, Alfred Kazin, Irving Howe, Leslie Fiedler, Philip Rahv, and William Phillips; social scientists like Nathan Glazer; art critics and historians Clement Greenberg, Harold Rrosenberg, and Meyer Schapiro; novelist Saul Bellow; and political journalists Irving Kristol and Norman Podhoretz. Their story winds through nearly ...

Prodigal Sons: The New York Intellectuals and Their World 1987, Oxford University Press, USA

ISBN-13: 9780195051773

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Prodigal Sons: The New York Intellectuals and Their World 1986, Oxford University Press, USA, New York, NY

ISBN-13: 9780195036626

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