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Frank Lloyd Wright & Lewis Mumford : thirty years of correspondence

Author: Frank Lloyd Wright; Lewis Mumford; Bruce Brooks Pfeiffer; Robert Wojtowicz
Publisher: New York : Princeton Architectural Press, ©2001.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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"What began as a simple letter - a mid-career architect's comments to a young writer - turned into a three-decade correspondence, by turns amusing, inflamed, and conciliatory. Frank Lloyd Wright and Lewis Mumford, two pivotal figures in 20th-century American architecture and letters, were both passionate writers, keenly aware of world events. Their 160 letters from 1926-1958 covered a wide range of topics, including
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Genre/Form: Records and correspondence
Correspondence
Correspondance
Named Person: Frank Lloyd Wright; Lewis Mumford; Mumford, Lewis <1895-1990> - Correspondance.; Wright, Frank Lloyd <1867-1959> - Correspondance.; Frank Lloyd Wright; Lewis Mumford; Lewis Mumford; Frank Lloyd Wright; Lewis Mumford; Frank Lloyd Wright; Frank Lloyd Wright; Lewis Mumford
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Frank Lloyd Wright; Lewis Mumford; Bruce Brooks Pfeiffer; Robert Wojtowicz
ISBN: 1568982917 9781568982915
OCLC Number: 47201305
Description: x, 294 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Other Titles: Correspondence.
Frank Lloyd Wright and Lewis Mumford
Responsibility: Bruce Brooks Pfeiffer and Robert Wojtowicz, editors.
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"What began as a simple letter - a mid-career architect's comments to a young writer - turned into a three-decade correspondence, by turns amusing, inflamed, and conciliatory. Frank Lloyd Wright and Lewis Mumford, two pivotal figures in 20th-century American architecture and letters, were both passionate writers, keenly aware of world events. Their 160 letters from 1926-1958 covered a wide range of topics, including Wright's position on the history of American architecture and contemporary practice, their friends and rivals, the invention and spread of the International Style, and political events in Europe and the United States."

"A fallout over isolationist politics in the early 1940s led to a 10-year gap in their exchange, and when it resumed, the two were on an entirely different footing: Wright, the elder dean of American architecture at the height of his creative powers, and Mumford, an established critic in late middle age deeply committed to rebuilding a humanist outlook in the aftermath of World War II." "Frank Lloyd Wright & Lewis Mumford offers an intimate look inside the minds and hearts of these two cultural giants, deepening our understanding of the men and the society they helped shape."--Jacket.

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