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No voice is wholly lost; writers and thinkers in war and peace

Author: Harry Slochower
Publisher: [London] Dennis Dobson Limited, 1946.
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Genre/Form: Aufsatzsammlung
Criticism, interpretation, etc
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Slochower, Harry, 1900-
No voice is wholly lost.
[London] D. Dobson [1946]
(OCoLC)592897577
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Harry Slochower
OCLC Number: 1591855
Description: 324 pages 22 cm
Contents: Introduction. The chaos of standards in our war culture --
Overture. Friedrich Nietzsche--The Hindenburg line of individualism --
The surrender of absolutes. Bohemian freedom ; Feudal Bohemia: Arthur Schnitzler ; Bourgeois Bohemia: Aldous Huxley and Ernest Hemingway --
Uncertainty as principle: The negation of substance philosophy of the possible: John Dewey ; Absolute doubt: Andre Gide, Ignazio Silone, John Dos Passos ; In the fascist styx: Stefan Zweig and Ernst Toller; Richard Wright ; Cosmic Exile: Louis Ferdinand Celine, Thomas Wolfe ; Secular crucifixion: Franz Kafka --
The embrace of absolutes. The antæan tradition ; The imaginative metaphor: Paul Gauguin, Knut Hamsun, D. H. Lawrence; The social graph: the American agrarians --
The medieval tradition ; The Catholic return to status: Hilaire Belloc and Jacques Maritain; Paul Claudel and Maurice Barres; Sigrid Undset --
The classical tradition of essence ; The realm of spirit: George Santayana ; Æsthetic redemption: Marcel Proust ; Aristocratic transcendence: the American Humanists. T. S. Elliot, Stefan George ; Democratic transcendence: Rainer Maria Rilke --
Fascism: the systemization of confusion. The Roman prelude --
The Aryan finale ; Faustian fascism: Oswald Spengler ; The counterfeit substance ; The counterfeit absolute ; The counterfeit newness --
Alienation of art: Gerhart Hauptmann and Hans Fallada --
Midway passage: between the lower depths and universal order. Spiritual Judaism: the yearning for status: Franz Werfel and Sholem Asch --
In quest of everyman: James Joyce and Eugen O'Neill --
Through the lower depths: Clifford Odets --
Toward the communal personality. The Marxist idea of the universal man --
The masses and man: George Bernard Shaw; Arnold Zweig and Lion Feuchtwanger; Heinrich Mann; Bertolt Brecht and Anna Seghers --
The communal personality in Soviet literature --
The promise of America: John Steinbeck --
Transfiguration by estrangement. Clash and congruence between Marx and Freud --
The hope of man: Andre Malraux --
The idea of universal culture: Thomas Mann --
Conclusion. Toward a dialectic humanism.
Responsibility: Harry Slochower.

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