INTELLECTUAL MEMOIRS; NEW YORK 1936-1938

INTELLECTUAL MEMOIRS; NEW YORK 1936-1938

" A gem of intelligently conversational self-disclosure and self-scruntiny" (Booklist), international Memoirs bursts with the vitality both of Mary McCarthy's personality and of her times, revealing as well the autobiographical impulse behind much of her most popular fiction. In these chapters- the last she wrote before her death in 1989- McCarthy chronicles the breakup of her first marriage, her move to minuscule Greenwich Village studio (in which she once slept with three men in twenty-four hours), and the checkered beginnings of her literary career. She also gives unflichingly candid details about her volatile love affair with Philip Rahv (one of her collagues at Partisan Review) and her tortuous to marry Edmund Wilson after drunkely going to bed with him.

"Total spontaneously, forthrightlu, with unsparing truthfullness" (The New Leader), Intellectual Memoirs captures Marry McCharty in the act of becoming not only a writer but a literary personality.

"A fascinating... glimpse of a young woman seizing the moment-literary, romantic and sexual."

- Mirabella

"Charming and engaging... One of the richest book tht Ms.McCharty wrote in the last decades of her life."

- The New York Times

"A refreshing as well as complelling authobiography. One can only regret there is not more of it."

-The Christian Science Monitor

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Judul: Intellectual Memoirs New York 1936-1938
Penulis: Marry McCharty
Penerbit: A Harvest Book
Edisi: 1993
Halaman: 134
Ukuran: 13.5 x 20 x 1cm
Sampul: Paperback
Bahasa: English
Kondisi: Buku bekas koleksi pribadi
Lokasi: 928/Mcc/i/C.1

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