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American vanguard.

Author: New School for Social Research (New York, N.Y. : 1919-1997)
Publisher: New York : Cambridge Pub. Co., 1948-
Edition/Format:   Journal, magazine : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Stories, sketches, and excerpts selected from manuscripts submitted in the Writers' Workshops at the New School for Social Research.
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Genre/Form: Periodicals
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
American vanguard
(OCoLC)564132976
Document Type: Journal / Magazine / Newspaper
All Authors / Contributors: New School for Social Research (New York, N.Y. : 1919-1997)
OCLC Number: 2053339
Notes: "A publication of the New School for Social Research."
Editors: 1948, D.M. Wolfe; 1950- C.I. Glicksberg.
Credits: Editors: 1948, 1952, D.M. Wolfe; 1953, C.I. Glicksberg and Brom Weber.
Description: v. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Volume 1 (1948): Preface --
Introduction / Don M. Wolfe --
I. Profiles of youth: Little mule / John Burress --
Jeannie / Madelyn Harris --
Bathroom dilemma / Rebecca Boorstein --
Privilege / Phyllis Gainfort --
The white sweater / Theresa Oakes --
The Scarf / Thomas A. Dardis --
The man of the family / Jack Boxer --
A rose for maman / Milton Weinstein --
The wake / Kenneth Henry --
II. Love of a kind: Spring holiday / Harry Nix --
The mermaids singing / Harold Applebaum --
Margie Stone / Lili Danchik --
Four Fridays / Matthew Held --
Match the pieces / Leon Horowitz --
The substance in the depth / Jack Segal --
Kalman thought of tomorrow / Frank Spiro --
Happy Sunday / Philip Karant --
Week-end / Rebecca Boorstein --
Streets and shadows: The unborn / Thomas K. Martin --
Subway to Brooklyn / John J. Maloney --
Peace / Paul A. Fine --
The last flight / Kay Brodney --
It wouldn't be purple / Alan W. Goldman --
The shape of the world / Marat Kaufman --
How far can you go? / Ruth Popofsky --
In the early hours / Harry Nix --
The laughing Santa / Vladimir Babikoff --
Notes from Washington Square / Hillel Frimet --
IV. They say the war is over: The fall of a southern ego / Herbert Kalisman --
Thumbs up / John Weiner --
First encounter / Thomas K. Martin --
Curfew / Leon Horowitz --
The search / Thomas A. Dardis --
O'Hara's creation / Robert Carter --
A moment in Trieste / William C. Styron, Jr. --
V. Bring back the dead: I couldn't cry / Marshall N. Levin --
Folded hands / Angelica Caro --
Fog / Costa Carousso --
Dog down the deadlights / Hillil Frimet --
VI. Introspections and recollections: The girl's banana / William Carl Bondarenko --
The biggest horses in the world / Helen Powers --
Captain's beach / Sigrid de Lima --
The visit / Nena O'Neill --
Chimera / Charles Michael Dunn --
Appendix: Creative documentary: Down the chain / Paul A. Fine --
Biographical notes / Don M. Wolfe. 1952: I. Green years and gray days --
II. Sons and daughters --
III. Marriage of a kind --
IV. Not by bread alone --
V. Faces that turned away --
VI. Strange lands, old dilemmas --
VII. Documentaries --
VIII. Poetry --
Appendix I: Art in a small Compass --
Images and harmony. 1953: The disenchantments and paradoxes of love --
The pathos of the aged --
The springtime of life --
Lost souls --
As flies to wanton boys are we to the gods --
The creative necessity --
Sketches: nostalgic, metaphysical, and satiric --
Excerpts from novels --
Poetry.

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Stories, sketches, and excerpts selected from manuscripts submitted in the Writers' Workshops at the New School for Social Research.

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