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Nora Wydenbruck • 2 Items / 1 Book, 1 Article
Rilke: Man and Poet (1950)
A Biographical Study
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    Great Poet of the Declining West (Review)
    Rilke: Man and Poet, by Nora Wydenbruck
    1. Rilke: Man and Poet by Nora Wydenbruck
    The Saturday Review, July 8, 1950, p. 9
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    Books in Brief (2 Reviews)
    Rilke: Man and Poet, by Nora Wydenbruck
    1. Rilke: Man and Poet by Nora Wydenbruck
    2. The United States and Japan by Edwin O. Reischauer
    The Nation, August 26, 1950, p. 192
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    The Atlantic Bookshelf (3 Reviews)
    Potpourri
    1. Rilke: Man and Poet by Nora Wydenbruck
    2. Reprisal by Arthur Gordon
    3. The Renaissance: Its Nature and Origins by George Clarke Sellery
    The Atlantic Monthly, September 1950, pp. 82-83
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    The Inside View (3 Reviews)
    Chekhov in My Life, by Lydia Avilov
    1. Chekhov in My Life by Lydia Avilov
    2. Rilke: Man and Poet by Nora Wydenbruck
    3. Journey Into the Self by Leo Stein and Edmund Fuller
    Commonweal, August 4, 1950, pp. 415-416
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    Briefly Noted (8 Reviews)
    General
    1. Ill Met by Moonlight by W. Stanley Moss
    2. The Stevensons: Louis and Fanny by Laura L. Hinkley
    3. The Last Romantics by Graham Goulden Hough
    4. Red Ribbon on a White Horse by Anzia Yezierska
    5. The Economics of Freedom by Howard S. Ellis
    6. Local Color by Truman Capote
    7. Rilke: Man and Poet by Nora Wydenbruck
    8. Rilke and Benvenuta by Magda von Hattingberg
    The New Yorker, September 23, 1950, pp. 109-114