LETTERS FROM ALBERT JAY NOCK 1924-1945 by Frank W.- Ed. Garrison

LETTERS FROM ALBERT JAY NOCK 1924-1945

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The letters of Albert Jay Nock, scholar, aristocrat, individualist, editor and writer, which were written to a Mr. and Mrs. Evans, and her sister- Miss Winsor, his patrons, over a period of twenty years. From the correspondence, sometimes personal, sometimes incidental, one can derive the progression of his articles, essays and books; a commentary on the passing political scene; his reactions to other books, music; his opinions. One questions however whether more than a very few today still remember Nock with sufficient interest to give this a reading, rather than testimonial, value.

Pub Date: Dec. 15th, 1949
Publisher: Caxton