Books by Neal Oxenhandler

Released: Jan. 19, 1996

"Although some descriptions and connections seem underdeveloped, on the whole Oxenhandler's account of himself and of his adopted culture forms a fine addition to its welcome new genre."
A charming and wise, if at times patchy, account of the importance of three French thinkers for postwar culture in general and for one American in particular. Read full book review >