Joseph Wood Krutch, John K. Hutchens (foreword) 0.00 avg rating — 0 ratings — published 1964 — 2 editions.
During his lifetime, Joseph Wood Krutch, a distin- guished literary critic, biographer, and naturalist, experienced all of the significant changes which shaped American intellectual and cultural life.
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Joseph Wood Krutch was an American writer, critic, and naturalist, best known for his nature books o.Read More
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Rational thought. Calm, reasonable, gentle persuasion. It was this quality of moderation in his writing that most impressed me, for my own inclinations tended toward the opposite, the impatient, the radical, the violent. That’s how Edward Abbey described Joseph Wood Krutch in an essay that appeared initially in the journal Sage and then featured.Read More
Joseph Wood Krutch has made the claim in both The American Drama Since 1918 and “Modernism” in Modern Drama that he had heard third-hand what Williams said about the meaning of Streetcar: “You had better look out or the apes will take over” (American Drama, 331; Modernism, 129). Krutch.Read More
Joseph Wood Krutch Quotes. Cats are rather delicate creatures and they are subject to a good many different ailments, but I have never heard of one who suffered from insomnia. Joseph Wood Krutch. Cats. Happiness is itself a kind of gratitude. Joseph Wood Krutch. Gratitude Happiness. Few people have ever seriously wished to be exclusively rational. The good life which most desire is a life.Read More
Joseph Wood Krutch was a consummate practitioner of both the formal and informal essay. He published over 750 essays in both scholarly and popular journals between 1920 and 1970. The theater reviews and occasional columns which he wrote during that 50- year period bring the total number of his publications to well over 1000. Most of the 28 books he authored are collections of essays on a wide.Read More
Joseph Wood Krutch: A Writer's Life. by John D. Margolis (Knoxville: The University of Tennessee Press, 1980.) One of twentieth-century America's leading men of letters, Joseph Wood Krutch was variously a literary scholar, drama critic, book reviewer, biographer, naturalist, and social critic. In this first book-length study of Krutch, John D. Margolis explores the many facets of his career.Read More
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Joseph Wood Krutch (1893-1970): humanist critic of the drama by Lowell Albert Fiet ( ) The case for tragedy, being a challenge to those who deny the possibility of a tragic spirit in the modern world by Markham Harris ( Book ) Joseph Wood Krutch's intellectual quest by Eugene R Forst.Read More
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