4 edition of intellectual follies found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||PN75.A24 A34 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||304 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||304|
|LC Control Number||84016688|
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The Intellectual Follies is a fascinating memoir on an important subject.” ―Gertrude Himmelfarb. A member of that distinctive group of New York intellectuals who came of age during the thirties, Lionel Abel chronicles a half-century of ferment in politics, the arts, and the world of by: 3.
In The Intellectual Follies, he celebrates that world as he found it in New York and Paris in the ’s and ’s. Although the book appears to be a collection of essays unified only by. The Intellectual Follies is a fascinating memoir on an important subject.” —Gertrude Himmelfarb.
A member of that distinctive group of New York intellectuals who came of age during the thirties, Lionel Abel chronicles a half Brand: Norton, W.
& Company, Inc. The Intellectual Follies, then, takes shape not primarily as a narrative account of Abel’s life but as a collection of essays on various topics (portions of some essays were published prior to.
More political, philosophical, or cultural than ""literary,"" and only briefly in Paris: a disjointed collection of freeform memoir/essays from Abel's 50 years among New York intellectuals—with thorny issue-wrangling usually overshadowing the anecdotes.
Only in the opening chapter is the emphasis on personality, or on Abel himselfarriving as a neophyte in Greenwich. This is a book devoted to the intellectual life as a vocation. It is in great part spiritual, but also practical and in its essence it demonstrates, I believe, the two are not at odds.
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The intellectual follies: a memoir of the literary venture in New York and Paris. [Lionel Abel]. The speculative follies and dogmatic assertions of some of his later adherents speak for the continuation of that purely intellectual quest for certainty manifested in delusionary thought, a sort of "transcendental aboriginal work" in Dewey's words., Recent comprehensive reviews of the status of psychoanalysis, its apparent decline and Author: R.A.
Cleghorn. The Intellectual Follies: A Memoir of the Literary “Lionel Abel succeeds in entertaining us with great stories about the artists and writers in Greenwich Village and Paris in the s and ‘40s, and at the same time in shrewdly exposing the moral and political consequences of literary and Author: Tom Hachtman.
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Gulliver remarks that he could not teach the giants to think in abstractions and transcendentals; instead their thinking was always clear. This observation anticipates Swift's ridicule of the Modern philosophers in Book III. Lionel Abel (28 November 19 Aprilin Manhattan, New York) was an eminent Jewish American playwright, essayist and theater was also a translator, and was an authorized translator of Jean-Paul Sartre, who called Abel the most intelligent man in New York City.
His first success was a tragedy, Absalom, staged off-Broadway in and winner of the Obie : NovemBrooklyn, New York City.
Follies Book by James Goldman Music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim Directed by Rob Ruggiero CONTENTS your intellectual and aesthetic curriculum. Thank you. Marsha Coplon Director of Education Follies is set at a reunion, so naturally the characters feel nostalgic for the days gone by.
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