Philip Rahv

Philip Rahv (1908–1973) was an American literary critic. Rahv was a founding editor of Partisan Review. His works include Image and Idea and Literature and the Sixth Sense.

In Dubious Battle

In Dubious Battle

August 1914

by Alexander Solzhenitsyn, translated by Michael Glenny

October 5, 1972 issue

An Open Secret

The Reactionaries: Yeats, Lewis, Pound, Eliot, Lawrence: A Study of the Anti-Democratic Intelligentsia

by John R. Harrison, Introduction by William Empson

June 1, 1967 issue

New American Fiction

Roar Lion Roar

by Irving Faust

The Edge of the Woods

by Heather Ross Miller

A House on the Sound

by Kathrin Perutz

P. S. Wilkinson

by C.D.B. Bryan


by B.H. Friedman

A Confederate General from Big Sur

by Richard Brautigan

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April 8, 1965 issue

Lettuce and Tomatoes

A Piece of Lettuce: Personal Essays on Books, Beliefs, American Places, and Growing Up in a Strange Country

by George P. Elliott

Waiting for the End

by Leslie A. Fielder

July 9, 1964 issue

The Great Outsider

The Great Outsider

The Prophet Outcast

by Isaac Deutscher

The Basic Writings of Trotsky

edited by Irving Howe

January 23, 1964 issue

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