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The Edmund Wilson Reader

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A gifted novelist, poet, playwright, and historian, Edmund Wilson (1895–1972) served on the staffs of Vanity Fair, New Republic, and New Yorker, but is best known for the grace and insight of his literary criticism. Whether illuminating the Symbolist poets and modernist literature in Axel's Castle, recording the events and everyday pulse of the Great Depression in The Ame...more
Paperback, 804 pages
Published August 21st 1997 by Da Capo Press
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