Kai Erikson, Professor Kai T Erikson
Yale University Press, 1989 - Biography & Autobiography - 163 pages
Paul Horgan on Mary Garden; Isaiah Berlin and Monroe Engel on Edmund Wilson; Julian Barnes on Arthur Koestler; Sissela Bok on Alva Myrdal; Quentin Bell on Henri Matisse; John Hersey on Sinclair Lewis; Francine du Plessix Gray on Charles Olson; Maury Yeston on Alan Jay Lerner; Bayard Rustin on A. Philip Randolph; Hortense Calisher on Christina Stead; Harry Levin on Jean Renoir; Willie Ruff on Paul Hindemith; Stanley Cavell on J. L. Austin; Eileen Simpson on Jacques Lacan; John Hollander on W. H. Auden; Mary Lee Settle on W. Somerset Maugham; Jerome Bruner on Jean Piaget.
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