The Sullen Craft Of Literary Editorship

Grumbach, Doris
October 1973
New Republic;10/6/73, Vol. 169 Issue 13/14, p23
Focuses on the role of the reviewer to assume the prophetic view of literature. View of literary critique Henry Peyre on the state of American book-reviewing; Information on the literary policies adopted by a literary editor; View of critique Rebecca West about the state of criticism in England at the start of World War I; Idealism on literary editorship; Profundity of thought in writing.


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