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Fri Mar 21 17:10:52 2014 UTClccn-n500257190.37Beloved community the cultural criticism of Randolph Bourne, Van Wyck Brooks, Waldo Frank & Lewis Mumford /0.571.00Papers, 1891-197739413836Waldo_Frankn 5002571961117Frank, Waldo.Frank, Waldo, 1889-1967Frank, Waldo D.Frank, Waldo D. 1889-1967Frank, Waldo David.Frank, Waldo David, 1889-1967SearchlightWaldo David FrankcontainsVIAFID/4505377Search-light, 1889-1967lccn-n80067179Mumford, Lewis1895-1990lccn-n80057229Crane, Hart1899-1932lccn-n79108359Stieglitz, Alfred1864-1946lccn-n79021976Brooks, Van Wyck1886-1963lccn-n50042136Bourne, Randolph Silliman1886-1918lccn-n90623513Blake, Casey Nelsonlccn-n79059794Malraux, André1901-1976lccn-n85804382Chevalier, Haakon1902-1985viaf-273489820Carter, Paul J.lccn-n79065448Bolívar, Simón1783-1830Frank, Waldo David1889-1967FictionHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyPolitical fictionBiographical fictionPsychological fictionFrank, Waldo David,United StatesCivilizationSombra, Segundo,Photography, ArtisticStieglitz, Alfred,Intellectual lifeSelf-realizationPersonalityCommunitiesSpanish languageGermanyPrisonersBolívar, Simón,TravelAuthors, AmericanLatin AmericaBourne, Randolph Silliman,Brooks, Van Wyck,Mumford, Lewis,SpainLifeHuman beingsArgentinaShort stories, ArgentineManners and customsNational characteristics, AmericanIsraelLiteratureSouth AmericaJewsSpanish literatureInternational relationsCubaEconomic historyCrane, Hart,American literature--Latin American influencesAfrican AmericansSouthern StatesLynchingRacismAmerican literatureAmerican literature--Spanish influencesInfluence (Literary, artistic, etc.)Books and readingLatin American literature--AppreciationLatin American literature--Translations into EnglishCenter for Inter-American RelationsAlfred A. Knopf, IncNational characteristics, American, in literature18891967189319001913191719181919192019211922192319241925192619271929193019311932193319341935193619371938193919401941194219431944194519461947194819491950195119531954195519561957195819591960196119621963196419661967196819691970197119721973197419751977197819791981198219831986198719891990199119921993199419951996199719981999200020022003200420062007200920102012201319314309957863.6PS3511.R258ocn009819540ocn005321239ocn001101431ocn000191001ocn000092767ocn003877271ocn568193888ocn313024435ocn571019716ocn654277217ocn000771617ocn033239408ocn036715062ocn001286614ocn036777681ocn234179286ocn020532371ocn654480493ocn044715283ocn866570038ocn658499398ocn658499420ocn658484786ocn459875671ocn185981979ocn658494538147621ocn018604205book19340.47America & Alfred Stieglitz : a collective portrait121119ocn009819540book19330.47Crane, HartThe collected poems of Hart CraneCriticism, interpretation, etc9943ocn000794975book19360.37Malraux, AndréDays of wrathHistoryFiction"The book is about a Communist prisoner in a Nazi concentration camp. The prisoner escapes and has a struggle with terror and insanity. He endures with courage and tries to create a life with a purpose."--Amazon83414ocn000174097book19510.47Frank, Waldo DavidBirth of a world : Bolivar in terms of his peoples59213ocn000284492book19270.56Frank, Waldo DavidIn the American jungle, 1925-19365617ocn003751625book19580.56Frank, Waldo DavidThe rediscovery of man; a memoir and a methodology of modern life4668ocn000191001book19300.59Frank, Waldo DavidTales from the ArgentineFiction43918ocn000266191book19190.73Frank, Waldo DavidOur America4237ocn001068454book19470.53Frank, Waldo DavidBridgehead: the drama of Israel39024ocn000702211book19220.79Frank, Waldo DavidCity block37619ocn002415534book19290.66Frank, Waldo DavidThe re-discovery of America : an introduction to a philosophy of American life3619ocn000353542book19260.73Frank, Waldo DavidVirgin Spain; scenes from the spiritual drama of a great peopleScenes from the spiritual drama of a great people3568ocn000840290book19460.63Frank, Waldo DavidIsland in the Atlantic, a novel35414ocn001358603book19430.70Frank, Waldo DavidSouth American journey35213ocn000546126book19440.70Frank, Waldo DavidThe Jew in our day3428ocn001678893book19350.63Güiraldes, RicardoDon Segundo SombraCriticism, interpretation, etcFictionPsychological fictionBiographical fiction"New translation of 1926 Argentine classic, accompanied by extensive critical materials. Seven essays by scholars including Gwen Kirkpatrick and Beatriz Sarlo treat historical, literary, and biographical topics. Steiner discusses novel's setting, writing, and reception, but does not reflect on translation process itself nor on differences between this work and 1935 version by Harriet De Onís (see HLAS 1:2119). Glossary and bibliography. Valuable teaching tool"--Handbook of Latin American Studies, v. 5830214ocn001828124book19310.66Frank, Waldo DavidAmerica hispana : a portrait and a prospectHistory2824ocn000484678book19610.73Frank, Waldo DavidCuba: prophetic islandHistory25311ocn000993817book19340.79Frank, Waldo DavidThe death and birth of David Markand, an American story2359ocn000702280book19230.86Frank, Waldo DavidHolidayFictionPolitical fiction+-+188625707512346ocn044956645book19860.37Blake, Casey NelsonBeloved community the cultural criticism of Randolph Bourne, Van Wyck Brooks, Waldo Frank & Lewis MumfordThe ""Young American"" critics -- Randolph Bourne, Van Wyck Brooks, Waldo Frank, and Lewis Mumford -- are well known as central figures in the Greenwich Village ""Little Renaissance"" of the 1910s and in the postwar debates about American culture and politics. In Beloved Community, Casey Blake considers these intellectuals as a coherant group and assesses the connection between thier cultural criticisms and their attempts to forge a communitarian alternative to liberal and socialist poitics. Blake draws on biography to emphasize the intersection of questions of self, culture, a+-+11479325359444ocn000854444book19670.47Carter, Paul JWaldo FrankCriticism, interpretation, etc5304ocn001572861book19550.59Bittner, WilliamThe novels of Waldo Frank4723ocn000677738book19730.53Frank, Waldo DavidMemoirs of Waldo FrankBiography2248ocn027976965book19820.90Ogorzaly, Michael AWaldo Frank, prophet of Hispanic regenerationCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyFictionThe 1920s witnessed an upsurge in the belief that the utopia was at hand. Waldo Frank provided one example of secular millennialist thinking. Combining a Spinozistic faith with a notion of the desirability of cultural union between the United States and Latin America, he arrived at his vision that the world's hope lay in the organic synthesis of the two Americas: North and South, Anglo and Hispanic2142ocn034772219book19970.86Rostagno, IreneSearching for recognition : the promotion of Latin American literature in the United StatesHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etc"Significant book for history of Latin American literature in English-language translation. Focusing on Waldo Frank's contributions, Rostagno chronicles changing North American attitudes toward Latin American literature. Other chapters deal with Blanche and Alfred Knopf, the serial El Corno Emplumado, the impact(s) of the Cuban Revolution, and the Center for Inter-American Relations. The take of any 'promotion,' however, is far more complicated than Rostagno indicates"--Handbook of Latin American Studies, v. 58+-+14134786852111ocn000937760book19660.81Perry, Robert LThe shared vision of Waldo Frank and Hart CraneCriticism, interpretation, etc1452ocn007207391book19300.84Hispanic Institute in the United StatesWaldo Frank in America Hispana1449ocn003712308book19230.84Munson, Gorham BertWaldo Frank; a studyCriticism, interpretation, etc323ocn004546344book19570.93Radaelli, Sigfrido AugustoTerán escritor322ocn191703856book20070.98Rodríguez Ayçaguer, MiguelVisitas misionales : Waldo Frank en ArgentinaCriticism, interpretation, etcBiography222ocn029857099book19920.98Cowie, JeffersonThe emergence of alternative views of Latin America : the thought of three U.S. intellectuals, 1920-1935134ocn008273961book19580.98Kloucek, Jerome WWaldo Frank : the ground of his mind and art122ocn040830347book19970.90Fernández Borchardt, RicardoWaldo Frank : un puente entre las dos Américas93ocn011739234book19640.86Potter, Hugh MThe "romantic nationalists" of the 1920'sHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etc91ocn002506394book19750.88Frank, Waldo DavidMemorias71ocn471085999book19900.96Blake, Casey NelsonBeloved community : the cultural criticism of Randolph Bourne, Van Wyck Brooks, Waldo Frank, Lewis Mumford+-+114793253541ocn005822569book19550.97Brewer, James LThe anti-communist peril of Waldo Frank42ocn076976812book19920.97Terris, Daniel SternWaldo Frank and the rediscovery of America, 1889-1929Criticism, interpretation, etc21ocn028421085mix1.00Strand, PaulRecords and correspondenceExhibition catalogsCorrespondence, exhibition and publications files, reviews, articles, scrapbooks, catalogs, clippings, portraits, slides, ephemera, and other papers, relating to Strand's career. Correspondents include Ansel Adams, Manuel Alvarez Bravo, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Imogen Cunningham, Waldo Frank, Laura Gilpin, Lotte Jacobi, John Marin, Elizabeth McCausland, Beaumont Newhall, Nancy Wynne Newhall, Dorothy Norman, Georgia O'Keeffe, Peter Pollack, Henwar Rodakiewicz, Paul Rosenfeld, Edward Steichen, Alfred Stieglitz, and Clarence H. White+-+1886257075+-+1886257075Fri Mar 21 15:34:54 EDT 2014batch34405