Lionel Trilling & the Critics: Opposing Selves.

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With foreword by Morris Dickstein. A collection of 70 essays and reviews of Trilling as writer and critic, with a thoughtful introduction by Rodden. Described as "perhaps the most influential American cultural critic of the twentieth century," Trilling becomes more accessible through wriings by so many, including Edmund Wilson, Robert Penn Warren, FR Lewis, Bruno Bettelheim, Cornel West, Denis Donoghue, Roger Sale. Austen is, of course, mentioned by many of these writers as they explore Trilling's perspective. Excellent condition. Paper. University of Nebraska Press. 1999. USED. $10.00