There Are Left the Mountains

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American Writers and the Perishing Republic

Kauffman_12-1993

Archibald MacLeish—"macarchibald maclapdog macleish," e.e. cummings dubbed him—wondered, from his sinecure as Librarian of Congress in 1940, why "the writers of our generation in America" had such a provincial indifference to the war in Europe.

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