ReadInk

QUICK SEARCH

Title
Author
Description (any word)
DETAILED SEARCH
 
Browse by Subject
*NEW ARRIVALS
*RECENT LISTINGS
Biography/Autobiography
California
Cinema: Biography
Cinema: History
Cinema: Periodicals
Crime and the Law
Fiction: Gay/Lesbian
Fiction: Historical
Fiction: Hollywood
Fiction: Modern Lit
Fiction: Mystery/Detective
Fiction: Vintage
Humor
Music and Dance
Sports
Television and Radio
The Odd and Unusual
Theatre and Plays

That's Not All -- More HERE!
 
 
 
 
The Harold Letters, 1928-1943: The Making of an American Intellectual, Greenburg, Clement (ed. by Janice Van Horne)

Author    Greenburg, Clement (ed. by Janice Van Horne)

Title   The Harold Letters, 1928-1943: The Making of an American Intellectual

Binding   Hardcover

Book Condition   Near Fine in Near Fine dj

Edition   First Edition

Publisher   Washington DC Counterpoint (c.2000)

ISBN Number    1-58243-068-3 / 9781582430683

Seller ID   10763

[nice tight clean copy, very minor bumping to bottom edge, NO remainder or other marks; jacket similarly nice, just a trace of handling wear]. (B&W photographs) "Clement Greenberg was, and remains, America's most perceptive, prescient, and influential art critic. More than any of his contemporaries he was alive to the genius of art in his time. Before all that, however, he was a young man burning to become an intellectual, to make what he called 'Important Discoveries' about art and culture and life. His confidant during these years -- and the only friend whose critical ear he trusted -- was Harold Lazarus, a classmate at Syracuse University and a future professor of English at Temple University. From 1928, when both were nineteen, until 1943, when they went their separate ways, the two exchanged honest, funny, and intimate letters. Here, in [this book], is the rare opportunity to join a great tastemaker as he begins to form his own taste, and as he grapples with his own understanding of life and the arts amidst the social, political, and cultural turbulence of the American 1930s. Above all, here is the excitement of youthful friendship, and the pain of being twentysomething with a world yet to win."

Art History Art Criticism Letters Friendship Thirties

Price = 8.00 USD



Questions, comments, or suggestions
Please write to howard.prouty@att.net
Copyright©2018. All Rights Reserved.
Powered by ChrisLands.com

 

 

cookie