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Van Wyck Brooks, 1886-1963

American Academy of Arts and Letters. Museum.

Van Wyck Brooks, 1886-1963

materials for a biography : manuscripts, books, portraits, photographs and memorabilia relating to his life and to his writings : at the Museum of the American Academy of Arts and Letters, December 11, 1964 to January 10, 1965.

by American Academy of Arts and Letters. Museum.

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Published by Spiral Press in New York .
Written in English

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  • Brooks, Van Wyck, 1886-1963 -- Exhibitions.

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    SeriesPublication / American Academy of Arts and Letters ;, no. 224, Publication (American Academy of Arts and Letters) ;, no. 224.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsAS36 .A473 no. 224, PS3503.R7297 .A473 no. 224
    The Physical Object
    Pagination29 p. ;
    Number of Pages29
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4614350M
    LC Control Number77378329

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Letters and leadership [FACSIMILE] [Brooks, Van Wyck, ] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Letters and leadership [FACSIMILE]Author: Brooks, Van Wyck. Van Wyck Brooks () was a prolific American 1886-1963 book and historian who wrote a wide variety of historical, literary, and autobiographical works.

In this installment he focuses on the transcendentalist period in writing and the way 1886-1963 book writers emerged and blossomed in the American landscape/5(4). Van Wyck Brooks was born in Plainfield, New Jersey, on Febru His parents, Sally and Charles Brooks were well off, Van Wyck Brooks as a result Van Wyck was able to get a good primary education.

Van Wyck eventually ended up in Harvard University, from where he graduated in. Get this from a library. Van Wyck Brooks. [American Academy of Arts and Letters.]. Van Wyck Brooks, (born Feb. 16,Plainfield, N.J., U.S.—died May 2,Bridgewater, Conn.), American critic, biographer, and literary historian, whose “Finders and Makers” series traces American literary history in rich biographical detail from to Brooks grew up in the wealthy suburb of Plainfield.

Van Wyck Brooks (văn wĬk´), –, American critic, b. Plainfield, N.J., grad. Harvard, His first book, The Wine of the Puritans (), presented the thesis that American culture has been so pervaded by puritanism with its materialistic emphasis that the artistic side of the nation's life has been profoundly neglected.

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Van Wyck Brooks () | Open Library Donate ♥. Brooks received the American Book Sellers Association's National Book award for Non-Fiction. This was followed by the Pulitzer Prize for "The Flowering of New England". His wife, Eleanor Stimson, died in after 35 years of : Center Cemetery, Bridgewater.

Brooks, Van Wyck was born on Febru in Plainfield, New Jersey, United States. Son of Charles Edward and Sarah B. (Ames) Brooks. Education Bachelor of Arts, Harvard,Doctor of Letters. Brooks, Van Wyck, Publication date Topics American literature, American literature, Literatur Publisher [New York]: Dutton Borrow this book to access EPUB and PDF files.

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Van Wyck Brooks (văn wĬk´), –, American critic, b. Plainfield, N.J., grad. Harvard, His first book, The Wine of the Puritans (), presented the thesis that American culture has been so pervaded by puritanism with its materialistic emphasis that the artistic side of the nation's life has been profoundly neglected.

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Brooks attributes Clemens' increasing sense of pessimism to the repression of his creative spirit due largely to his mother and his wife.

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Author of The flowering of New England,America's coming-of-age, The ordeal of Mark Twain, The world of Washington Irving, John Addington Symonds, The life of Emerson, The times of Melville and Whitman, The world of H.G.

Wells. Books and Manuscripts Creator Brooks, Van Wyck, Title Van Wyck Brooks papers Call number Ms. Coll. Date [bulk] Date [inclusive] Extent boxes Language English Abstract Collection contains 54 boxes of professional and family correspondence; 68 boxes of writings by Brooks, including typescripts, galleys, and notes.

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In biographies and criticism, beginning with The Wine of the Puritans (), he first developed the thesis that the Puritan tradition crushed American culture and placed an undue emphasis on material values, neglecting the aesthetic.

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