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Books that changed our minds.

Author: Malcolm Cowley; Bernard Smith
Publisher: New York, Doubleday, Doran & Co., 1939.
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Cowley, Malcolm, 1898-1989.
Books that changed our minds.
New York, Doubleday, Doran & Co., 1939
(OCoLC)555913607
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Malcolm Cowley; Bernard Smith
ISBN: 0836919122 9780836919127
OCLC Number: 387295
Description: viii, 285 pages 20 cm
Contents: A foreword on the books that changed our minds.--Freud and "The interpretation of dreams," by G. Soule.--"The education of Henry Adams," by L. Kronenberger.--Turner's "The frontier in American history," by C.A. Beard.--Sumner's "Folkways," by J. Chamberlain.--Veblen and "Business enterprise," by R.G. Tugwell.--Dewey and his "Studies in logical theory," by C.E. Ayres.--Boas and "The mind of primitive man," by P. Radin.--Beard's "Economic interpretation of the Constitution," by M. Lerner.--Richard's "The principles of literary criticism," by D. Daiches.--Parrington"s "Main currents in American thought," by B. Smith.--Lenin's "The state and revolution," by M. Lerner.--Spengler's "The decline of the West," by L. Mumford.--An afterword on the modern mind.--Bibliography (p. 265-269).
Responsibility: Edited by Malcolm Cowley & Bernard Smith.

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