First person singular : essays for the sixties / edited and with an introduction by Herbert Gold.

Symposium of declarations on modern life by contemporary authors who usually write as novelists, poets or in another media.

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Bibliographic Details
Other Authors: Gold, Herbert, 1924-2023
Other title:Brian E. Lebowitz Collection of 20th Century Jewish American Literature.
Format: Book
Donor:Lebowitz copy gift of Brian E. Lebowitz.
Published: New York : Dial Press, 1963.
Table of Contents:
  • How else can a novelist say it?
  • Down with all hands / Nelson Algren
  • Fifth Avenue uptown : a letter from Harlem ; East River downtown : postscript to a letter from Harlem / James Baldwin
  • Literary notes on Khrushchev / Saul Bellow
  • The public art of crisis in the suburbs of hell / Herbert Blau
  • Why are they driving me crazy? / George P. Elliott
  • Death in Miami Beach / Herbert Gold
  • The devolution of democracy / Paul Goodman
  • The life and death of Caryl Chessman / Elizabeth Hardwick
  • The insanity bit / Seymour Krim
  • America the beautiful: the humanist in the bathtub / Mary McCarthy
  • The bored and the violent / Arthur Miller
  • Poor Columbus / Warren Miller
  • The debt ; The time / William Saroyan
  • Mrs. Aadland's little girl, Beverly / William Styron
  • The pilot as precursor / Harvey Swados
  • Barry Goldwater : a chat / Gore Vidal.