[Bernstein, Leonard. (1918–1990)]
"The Partisan Reader" – from the Library of Leonard Bernstein
New York: The Dial Press. 1946.
"The Partisan Reader", an anthology of essays, stories and poems published in the first ten years of the Partisan Review between 1934 and 1944, personally owned by the important conductor and composer and with Bernstein's ownership stamp "Leonard Bernstein" to the front free endpaper. 688 pp. Yellow cloth boards, no dj. Wear to corners and spine extremities, mild toning throughout, overall fine.
Founded by William Phillips and Philip Rahv in February of 1934, leftist arts and politics magazine Partisan Review came about initially as an alternative to the American Communist Party’s publication, New Masses.
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