Jacques Barzun - Education - 2002 - 283 pages
The House of Intellect embraces: persons who consciously and methodically employ the mind, the forms and habits governing the activities in which the mind is so employed, and ...
Jacques Barzun - History - 1989 - 200 pages
Twelve essays exploring aspects of literacy and art criticism, retrospective sociology and the effects of relativism on moral behavior.
Jacques Barzun - History - 1961 - 255 pages
Drawing from the works of influential figures in art and literature, the author traces the development of romanticism from classicism and the emergence of the modern ego.
Banesh Hoffmann, Jacques Barzun - Education - 2003 - 223 pages
Hoffmann's complete and well-documented account of the failings and dangers of mechanical testing illustrates the inherent flaws in aptitude and achievement tests. It ...
Jacques Barzun - Literary Collections - 2003 - 640 pages
Throughout his career Jacques Barzun, author of the New York Times bestseller and National Book Award Finalist From Dawn to Decadence, has always been known as a witty and ...