Lelchuk, Alan
July 1979
New Republic;7/21/79-7/28/79, Vol. 181 Issue 3/4, p27
Profiles Philip Rahv, a literary critic, and founder and editor of the literary magazine "Partisan Review". Commitment to modernist literature and to radical politics; Rahv's curiosity about the younger generation, especially the developing New Left; Rahv's deep-rooted sense of personal exile; Exile in the land of his adulthood, America, because of his Russian and Jewish sides and his socialist beliefs; Critique of some of Rahv's literary work.


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