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Writing Was Everything

Writing Was Everything
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ISBN10: 
0674962389
ISBN13: 
9780674962385
Pages: 
158
Published: 
April 1st 1999 by Harvard University Press
Rating: 
3.87

For more than sixty years Alfred Kazin has been one of the most eloquent witnesses to the literary life of the mind in America. Writing Was Everything is a summation of that life, a story of coming of age as a writer and critic that is also a vibrant cultural drama teeming with such characters as Hart Crane and Allen Ginsburg, Simone Weil and Flannery O'Connor, Hannah Arendt and Robert Lowell, Edmund Wilson and George Orwell.

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