Starting out in the thirties
This book, the autobiographical sequel to his famous A Walker In The City, at once the public and the private portrait of a young intellectual in the heyday of the thirties, and of the artist as a young man, making the traditional discoveries of youth.
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Review: Starting Out In The ThirtiesUser Review - Rachel S - Goodreads
1930s is eerily familiar for unexplained reasons. Kazin is so close to me in spirit I can smell the sweat on his argyle wool sweater vest when I read his work. Read full review
Review: Starting Out In The ThirtiesUser Review - Jessica - Goodreads
Kazin is a prig, a misogynist, a hypocrite and a hanger-on. Though he does capture something of the spirit of the Thirties. Read full review