2 edition of Irving Babbitt and Eugene O"Neil. found in the catalog.
Irving Babbitt and Eugene O"Neil.
John Francis Fitzgerald
Written in English
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The meanings and evaluation of romanticism: A short-lived revival / J.J. Saunders. The qualities of Rousseauism / Irving Babbitt. Intrinsic and historical romanticism / Jacques Barzun. Components of romanticism / Howard E. Hugo. The need to distinguish romanticisms / Arthur O. Lovejoy. Irving Babbitt (băb´Ĭt), –, American scholar, , Ohio. At Harvard as professor of French literature from until his death, he was a vigorous critic of romanticism, deprecating especially the influence of Rousseau on modern thought and art.
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Irving Babbitt’s most popular book is Phèdre. Irving Babbitt was a leader of the intellectual movement called American Humanism, or the New Humanism, and a distinguished professor of French literature at Harvard.
Democracy and Leadership, first published inis his only directly political book, and in it he applies the principles of humanism to the civil social order. Irving Babbitt: An Introduction Claes G. Ryn The following essay, taken from Ryn's Will, Imagination and Reason: Irving Babbitt and the Problem of Reality offers a brief introduction to Babbitt's life and work.
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The next video is starting stop. Loading. Babbitt devoted many years to this translation––it was a labor of love. Together with his essay on "Buddha and the Occident," which is also included in this edition, The Dhammapada was one of the basic components of his view of world history, a view which has influenced leaders of thought as diverse as Newton Arvin, Walter Lippmann, David.
The ideas of the Buddha come up in almost all of Babbitt’s writings, but they are best found in the posthumously published book, Irving Babbitt, The Dhammapada (; New York: New Directions, ).
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: On Literature, Culture, and Religion: Irving Babbitt eBook: Babbitt, Irving, Babbitt, Irving, Panichas, George A.: Kindle Store. The Library of America series includes more than volumes to date, authoritative editions that average 1, pages in length, feature cloth covers, sewn bindings, and ribbon markers, and are printed on premium acid-free paper that will last for centuries.He is coauthor of Irving Babbitt and has published numerous essays on literary From the Waterfront to Mythic Harlem and the two-volume Critical Companion to Eugene O’Neill: influences, coedited with Eileen Herrmann, and Eugene O’Neill: The Contemporary Reviews, a compendium of reviews of O’Neill’s books and plays, coedited with.Irving Babbitt.
Correspondents include T. S. Eliot, George Roy Elliott, Ferris Greenslet, Corra Harris, Henry Holt, Percy H. Houston, Frank Jewett Mather, and James Brooks More.A sizeable portion of the collection is A.
H. Dakin's own collection of correspondence, interviews, recollections of More's contempories, research.