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Published by Macmillan in New York .
Written in English


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Classifications
LC ClassificationsPS3515 I253 B4
The Physical Object
Pagination340p.
Number of Pages340
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18116281M

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  Granville Hicks, literary critic, novelist, columnist and a leading writer in the proletarian literature movement of the 's, died yesterday at the Franklin Convalescent Center in Franklin Park. cept for Granville Hicks in the New Leader a novel to which talk of greatness is not irrelevant." But they didn't exactly veto them, either. Howard Nemerov in the Na-tion, Sarel Eimerl in the New Republic, and Richard Ellmann in the Reporter were all critical but . (co-selections, January Book-of-the-Month) has ac-complished. Behold Trouble. By GRANVILLE HICKS. Macmillan. $ "I will not bear arms," declared young Pierre Mason. From New York he returned to his father's. Writings include articles, book manuscripts, a journal (), lectures, as well as research notes, correspondence, and memorabilia relating to the production of Hicks' biography of John Reed. Large collection of printed material includes book reviews, clippings, and an assortment of Leftist pamphlets and periodicals from the s.