02724nam 2200589 450 991046468060332120211012011938.00-674-72824-60-674-72822-X10.4159/9780674728226(CKB)3710000000087801(EBL)3301387(SSID)ssj0001115687(PQKBManifestationID)11628736(PQKBTitleCode)TC0001115687(PQKBWorkID)11083310(PQKB)11661995(MiAaPQ)EBC3301387(DE-B1597)460913(OCoLC)870646928(DE-B1597)9780674728226(Au-PeEL)EBL3301387(CaPaEBR)ebr10836410(OCoLC)923120354(EXLCZ)99371000000008780120130424d2014 uy| 0engurcnu||||||||txtccrThe long voyage selected letters of Malcolm Cowley, 1915-1987 /edited by Hans Bak ; foreword by Robert CowleyPilot project. eBook available to selected US libraries onlyCambridge, Massachusetts :Harvard University Press,2014.1 online resource (630 p.)Description based upon print version of record.0-674-05106-8 Includes bibliographical references and index.Front matter --Contents --Foreword: Beyond the Dry Season --Editor’s Preface --Abbreviations --I. Harvard, World War I, Greenwich Village, 1915–1921 --II. Pilgrimage to Holy Land—France, 1921–1923 --III. The City of Anger—New York, 1923–1929 --IV. The Depression Years—Literature and Politics, 1930–1940 --V. The War Years, 1940–1944 --VI. The Mellon Years, 1944–1949 --VII. Literature and Politics in Cold War America, 1949–1954 --VIII. Worker at the Writer’s Trade, 1954–1960 --IX. The Sixties --X. Man of Letters, 1970–1987 --Notes --Acknowledgments --IndexCritic, poet, editor, chronicler of the Lost Generation, elder statesman of the Republic of Letters, Malcolm Cowley (1898­-1989) was an eloquent witness to American literary and political life. His letters, mostly unpublished, provide a self-portrait of Cowley and his time and make possible a full appreciation of his long, varied career.Electronic books.813/.52BCowley Malcolm1898-1989.1032941Bak Hans1032942MiAaPQMiAaPQMiAaPQBOOK9910464680603321The long voyage2451142UNINA