A Busload of Prophets

Zagajewski, Adam
October 1994
New Republic;10/24/94, Vol. 211 Issue 17, p31
Discusses the political views of poets. Presence of irony in poet Thomas Mann's works; Information on the book "The Liberal Imagination," by Lionel Trilling; Totalitarianism in the Polish political system; Significance of economics to a society.


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