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Confessions of a European Intellectual

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Lively, ""monologue"" autobiography, personal and professional, as the ex-editor of Jugend, Simplicissimus etc. gives a picture of the cultural, literary, artistic circles of Germany during the two decades before the deluge of war. A critic, even in childhood, exposed to the new trends in thought and writing, victim of a youthful snobbism, he was no hero in the last war, a ...more
Published 1946 by New York: Macmillan

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