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Liberal Imagination


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Work by Lionel Trilling, published in 1950, collects essays on literature and society in the intellectual tradition of liberalism in the U.S. Marked by the variety that is said to be representative of that tradition, the subjects include considerations of Freud and Literature, Art and Neurosis, Manners, Morals and the Novel, and studies of works by Sherwood Anderson, Henry James, Mark Twain, Kipling, Wordsworth, and F. Scott Fitzgerald.

Subjects: Literature.


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Lionel Trilling (1905—1975)


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