Item description for Equipment for Living: Literature, Moderns, Monsters, Popsters and Us by George Stade...
A selection from more that one hundred witty and often controversial articles, reviews and essays written by George Stade and first published in journals including Partisan Review, Hudson Review, Paris Review, Harper's, The Nation, the New Republic and New York Times Book Review. The Washington Post praised Stade for his Nabokavian control of language while the New York Times hailed his irony and wit.
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Studio: Pari Publishing
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.75" Width: 5.5" Height: 8.5" Weight: 0.86 lbs.
Release Date Oct 25, 2007
Publisher Pari Publishing
ISBN 8890196068 ISBN13 9788890196065
Availability 0 units.
More About George Stade
Born in New York City, 1933; PhD Columbia University with dissertatino on Robert Graves. Taught Classics of Moderninst fiction, Modern Criticism and more. Published hundreds of reviews in The New York Times, The Nation, The New Republic, Partisan Review. Editorial Director, Barnes & Noble Classics
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one of the 20th century's best voices Dec 12, 2007
George Stade has been a professor of English at Columbia for forty years. He was there with Lionel Trilling, Edward Said, and all the rest of them and was a legend in his own right. (Students knew they could always smoke in his office, and a staff member kicked out by his girlfriend was known to have crashed there at least once.) He hung with Marianne Moore and George Plimpton and is a true-and-true New Yorker whose novels are also undiscovered gems. I urge you to check out his books, both these essays and the novels! Stade gives a wonderful view of 20th century literature and is such a pleasure to read.