The American Scholar: A Quarterly for the Independent Thinker (Autumn 1958, Volume 27, Number 4)

By: Haydn, Hiram

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Lightly rubbed. 1958 Large Softcover. 544 pp. Numerous book ads. CONTENTS: The Invasion of Privacy (1): Technology and the Claims of Community - Richard H. Rovere; A Pertinent Observation (poem) - Ruthven Todd; Basic Elements in the New World Crisis - Adolf A. Berle, Jr.; Plainsong (poem) - Louise Townsend Nicholl; The Steins in Paris - Aline B. Saarinen; Man, Food and Sex - Marston Bates; Equality: America's Deferred Commitment - C. Vann Woodward; College Students and Reading - Ralph E. Ellsworth; Reappraisals: Machiavelli's Prince - Political Science or Political Satire? - Garrett Mattingly; If You Don't Mind My Saying So - Joseph Wood Krutch; The Revolving Bookstand - Suspense Suspended - Jacques Barzun; Controversy; Volume Index.

Title: The American Scholar: A Quarterly for the Independent Thinker (Autumn 1958, Volume 27, Number 4)

Author: Haydn, Hiram

Categories: Early Periodicals, Ephemera,

Publisher: The William Byrd Press: 1958

Binding: Large Softcover

Book Condition: Very Good

Seller ID: 1526898

Keywords: HISTORY GENERAL INTEREST JOURNALISM NEWS WORLD LITERATURE PHILOSOPHY BIOGRAPHY,