CiteSeerX — Document Not FoundTheir publication may help dispel the mausoleum feel to the comments Wilson receives with every appearance of his own writings or writings about him. The young Wilson of these volumes is very different from a man of letters, the pose Wilson projected in old age. Like H. Mencken, his contemporary, Wilson found in magazines a means to engage and shape a following open to fresh directions in thought and literary expression, especially when delivered by a sleek, new type of publication employing stylish photography, attractive graphic design and an intimate style of address to readers. Today, when leading critics set texts adrift in a sea of signification free of reference and write a pre-literate prose under a post-modernist dispensation, it is good to read someone who writes lucid prose and makes literature come alive as a shared experience, each review a little drama of intellectual ideas upon historical or psychological circumstances of artistic production, all in the vivid, alive style of magazine writing, the path Wilson created by walking it in the period between two terrible World Wars. There are three distinct phases in this intellectual journey: a bohemian phase in Greenwich Village after the first World War, when Wilson introduced modernist literature in its earliest heroic phase to a newly prosperous and more sophisticated American audience; a period in the Hungry Thirties when he rode various leftist currents as a socially engaged writer seeking to firm up his liberalism with an admixture of Marxism; and, finally, starting with his classic study of the historical roots of the Russian Revolution, To the Finland Station , published in , the abandoning of his hopes for culture as an instrument of social change over a period of the remaining decade covered by the two-volume Library of America collection.
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Dabney , an authority on the life and work of critic Edmund Wilson who edited our two volumes Edmund Wilson: Literary Essays and Reviews of the s and 30s and Edmund Wilson: Literary Essays and Reviews of the s and 40s. This interview had previously only been available as a downloadable PDF on loa. Wilson wrote important essays and reviews, reportage, memoirs, journals, and history as well as his own fiction, poetry, and plays.
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In his journalism, he turned to the. He was studying Hungarian at the end of his life to read Endre Ady in the original. In an essay on the work of horror writer H! LOA: Wilson was also responsible for cheerleading the rediscovery of several American authors.
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He influenced many American authors, including F. Scott Fitzgerald , whose unfinished work he edited for publication. His scheme for a Library of America series of national classic works came to fruition through the efforts of Jason Epstein after Wilson's death. Wilson was born in Red Bank, New Jersey. Wilson attended The Hill School , a college preparatory boarding school in Pottstown, Pennsylvania, graduating in At Hill, Wilson served as the editor-in-chief of the school's literary magazine, The Record.
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While he wrote extensively on the relationship between political ideologies such as Marxism and Literature, he opposed any preformulated critical frameworks, or what he called "a process of lopping and distortion to make [the work] fit the Procrustes bed of a thesis. Edmund Wilsons Marxism and Literature is the ninth essay in his collection entitled The triple Thinkers comprising twelve essays in literary subjects. In this essay, the author studies the place of art and literature in the system if Didactical Materialism of Marx. The author explores the hitherto prevalent myth that art is a weapon of social, political and economic propaganda, and that it can be produced to order. As Wilson says in The New Republic: A work of art is not technique, or set of ideas, or even a combination of both. But I am strongly disposed to believe that out literature would benefit by a genuine literary criticism which should deal expertly with art and ideas.