The Writer in a Changing World - Henry Hart, ed.
Speeches given in 1937 by writers Archibald Macleish, Martha Gelhorn, Ernest Hemingway, Joseph Freeman, Newton Arvin, Frances Winwar. This volume is the collection of speeches made at Second Congress of American Writers in the summer of 1937. The two main topics it covers include how writers can assist the world struggle against fascism, and how they can adequately depict life in the midst of the dynamic changes of that time.
London: Lawrence and Wishart Ltd, 1937. First edition.
Hardback, in dust jacket. 8vo. 256 pp. Publisher’s blue cloth with yellow lettering at spine.
Condition. Pages slightly browned, toning at endpapers, light shelfwear, else clean. Very good in browned, chipped, good dust jacket.