NEW WORLD WRITING 20 by

NEW WORLD WRITING 20

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KIRKUS REVIEW

This collection of mature and intelligent fiction, poetry and criticism is an established annual. There is a fragment of a fable by Isaac Rosenfeld, a chilling story by Earl Ganz, some splendid criticism by Dean Doner, a charming tale of a child's first days at school by Sylvia Ashton-Warner and a symposium in which three critics analyze a poem by Stanley Kunitz who replies to their evaluation. New World Writing has always had enormous appeal for the young adult audience, largely because of its refreshing approach to the ultra contemporary scene.

Pub Date: March 28th, 1962
Publisher: Lippincott