6 edition of Alfred Kazin"s America found in the catalog.
September 28, 2004
by Harper Perennial
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||592|
Alfred Kazin's work requires a strong introduction. He was a complex man and, in my opinion, a first-rate American writer who struggled with certain aspects of his life. Consider starting with On Native Grounds, A Walker In The City, Starting Out in The 30s, Writing Was Everything, New York Jew or any of the other later books that demonstrated 4/5(4). Alfred Kazin’s Journals, ed by Richard M Cook: review Phillip Horne finds Alfred Kazin's Journals edited by Richard M Cook a fascinating, if not lovable, slice of 20th-century : Philip Horne.
At the time of his death in , Alfred Kazin was considered one of the most influential intellectuals of postwar America. What is less well known is that Kazin had been contributing almost daily to an extensive private journal, which arguably contains some of his best writing. Early life. Kazin was born in New York City in and was raised in Englewood, New is the son of literary critic Alfred Kazin.. He graduated from Dwight-Englewood School in and received the school's Distinguished Alumni Award in He received a B.A. in Social Studies from Harvard, an M.A. in History from Portland State University, and a Ph.D. in History from Alma mater: Harvard University (B.A.), .
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Alfred Kazin's America provides an ongoing example of the spiritual freedom, individualism, and democratic contentiousness that takes us back to Emerson and forward through our literature to the better part of our own Americanism.
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KIRKUS REVIEW. Selections from the distinguished late critic’s books and articles highlight his sense of Alfred Kazins America book with American.
Alfred Kazin was born in Brooklyn in His first book, On Native Grounds, published inrevolutionized critical perceptions of American was followed by many more books of essays and criticism, including A Walker in the City and, most recently, Writing Was Everything.
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$ Alfred Kazin () was a New York intellectual—part cultural historian, part literary critic, part memoirist—who identified less with this or that coterie than with our national culture in a cultural historian, he made his precocious debut at.
Alfred Kazin, (born June 5,Brooklyn, New York, U.S.—died June 5,New York, New York), American critic and author noted for his studies of American literature and his autobiographical writings. The son of Russian Jewish immigrants, Kazin attended the City College of New York during the Great Depression and then worked as a freelance book.
Mailing Address CounterPunch PO Box Petrolia, CA Telephone 1() Author: Chellis Glendinning. The literary critic Alfred Kazin chose America as his subject, and his intellectual awakening is itself something of an American legend.
As a young man during the Depression, in the “delicious. Alfred Kazin (June 5, – June 5, ) was an American writer and literary critic. He wrote often about the immigrant experience in early twentieth century America. 3 Personal life. Editor (selected) 7 External links. Like many of the other New York Intellectuals, Alfred Kazin was the son of Jewish immigrants, born in the Brownsville.
Alfred Kazin was a literary critic, author, historian of culture, and a man who always kept a journal. He loved America, all the more for being the son of immigrants and a dedicated leftist who saw in the Holocaust "the ultimate horror" that "unhinged me from my old progressive beliefs.". "Alfred Kazin's Journals is a profound and exciting book, more so even than the best of the dozen works of criticism and autobiography that he published during his lifetime Some of Kazin's journals reveal only their author's private darkness, but far more of them open onto vistas of literature and history illuminated by his intelligent.
The first biography of Alfred Kazin–inveterate New Yorker, autobiographer, and perhaps the last great man of American letters in the tradition of Edmund Wilson Born in to barely literate Jewish immigrants in the Brownsville section of Brooklyn, Alfred Kazin rose from near poverty to become a dominant figure in twentieth-century literary criticism and one of.
One of the many revelations in Alfred Kazin’s journals, published now for the first time, is the sense they impart of how ill at ease, how easily wounded, he was behind his bluff cosmopolitan mien. Up to 90% off Textbooks at Amazon Canada. Plus, free two-day shipping for six months when you sign up for Amazon Prime for Students.5/5(1).
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xlvii, pages ; 24 cm: Contents: The kitchen --"Beyond!"--Mrs. Solovey --Yeshua --Brownsville: --The new republic: --At V.F.
Calverton's: --Preface to On native grounds --The opening struggle for realism --Two educations: Edith Wharton and Theodore Dreiser --An insurgent scholar:. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xlvii, pages ; 21 cm: Contents: The kitchen --"Beyond!"--Mrs. Solovey --Yeshua --Brownsville: --The new republic: --At V.F.
Calverton's: --Preface to On native grounds --The opening struggle for realism --Two educations: Edith Wharton and Theodore Dreiser --An insurgent scholar:.
Book reviews. Alfred Kazin's Journals Alfred Kazin Review by Roger Bishop. Aug Alfred Kazin () was one of the two or three most prominent and influential writer-intellectuals in post-World War II America. He was a widely published literary critic, memoirist and, much later in his life, a professor.
On Native Grounds reads like a blend of Lewis Mumford and Carl Sandburg, piercing analysis written with poetic period of inquiry is through the Depression; its premise, that history is the author of literature, as Kazin puts it, “Our modern literature in America is at bottom only the expression of our modern life;” the point, that contemporary writing was Author: Claudio Ferrufino-Coqueugniot.
"Alfred Kazin's Journals is a profound and exciting book, more so even than the best of the dozen works of criticism and autobiography that he published during his lifetime Some of Kazin's journals reveal only their author's private darkness, but far more of them open onto vistas of literature and history illuminated by his intelligent.At the time of his death inAlfred Kazin was considered one of the most influential intellectuals of postwar America.
His journals collectively tell the story of his journey from Brooklyn's Brownsville neighbourhood to his position as .SuperSummary, a modern alternative to SparkNotes and CliffsNotes, offers high-quality study guides that feature detailed chapter summaries and analysis of major themes, characters, quotes, and essay topics.
This one-page guide includes a plot summary and brief analysis of Alfred Kazin’s Journals by Richard M. Cook. Alfred Kazin’s Journals are the collected private writings .