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During the 1930 s, one of the liveliest decades in the history of the American mind, Malcolm Cowley was literary editor of the New Republic , the magazine that served more than any other as the intellectual conscience of a generation. The impressive collection of essays and reviews of this gifted commentator from that period is a kind of topical chronicle of the era. From hundreds of reviews and essays, Henry Dan Piper has selected and arranged these articles to offer a source book of readings in the epoch s ...

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