A Krutch Omnibus: Forty Years of Social and Literary Criticism
Compilation of the distinguished critic and naturalist's essays on such diverse topics as morals, the technological age, the lives and work of prominent authors, and the relevance of the humanities.
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The Genesis of a Mood
The Tragic Fallacy
Conclusion The Modern Temper
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