Partisans: Marriage, Politics, and Betrayal Among the New York Intellectuals
University of Chicago Press, 10 באפר׳ 2001 - 319 עמודים
Combining literary biography with astute reporting and moral insight, David Laskin shows how sex, politics, and art affected relationships among the Partisan Review writers: Mary McCarthy, Edmund Wilson, Philip Rahv, Robert Lowell, Jean Stafford, Elizabeth Hardwick, Hannah Arendt, Allen Tate, Caroline Gordon, and Diana Trilling. It is the women who steal the show with their their groundbreaking work, their harrowing experiences of marriage, abuse, and betrayal, their passion for writing and disdain for feminism, their struggles and achievements.
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LibraryThing Reviewביקורת משתמש - SeriousGrace - LibraryThing
This is like a good gossip story. At the center are six women who ruled their lives without thought of public image or reputation. They were writers who lived before the age of feminism and railed ... קרא סקירה מלאה
PARTISANS: Marriage, Politics, and Betrayal Among the New York Intellectualsביקורת משתמש - Kirkus
A largely anecdotal account, covering the late 1930s to the late '60s, of what Alfred Kazin called "a tiny incestuous fiefdom": the intellectual couples around the Partisan Review, perhaps the era's ... קרא סקירה מלאה