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(1978). Publications of Harry Slochower. Am. Imago, 35(1-2):215-220.

(1978). American Imago, 35(1-2):215-220

Part Three

Publications of Harry Slochower

I. Books

Richard Dehmel: Der Mensch und der Denker. Dresden, 1928, 268 pp.

Three Ways of Modern Man. New York, 1937, 240 pp.

Thomas Mann's Joseph Story: An Interpretation. New York, 1938, 109 pp.

No Voice Is Wholly Lost. New York, 1945, reprinted Farrar, Straus and Giroux, New York, 1973, 404 pp. Spanish trans. Ideologia y Literatura, Mexico, 1971.

Mythopoesis: Mythic Patterns in the Literary Classics. Detroit: Wayne State University Press, 1970, 362 pp.

II. Contributions to Books, Encyclopedias, etc.

“Die Philosophie in den Vereinigten Staaten.” In: Reichls Philosophischer Almanach. Darmstadt, 1927, pp. 350-458.

“Goethe and Contemporary Thought.” In: Goethe: A Symposium. New York, 1932, pp. 115-129.

“Introduction” to L. Sacks, A Layman's Philosophy. Boston, 1934.

“Dialectics of Culture under Fascism.” In: The Writer in a Changing World, ed. Henry Hart. New York, 1937, pp. 74-81.

“Dos Passos and Steinbeck.” In: Byrdcliffe Afternoons. New York, 1939.

“Franz Kafka.” In: Franz Kafka, A Miscellany. New York, 1940, pp. 7-30. [Related→]

“The Vogue of Franz Kafka.” In: Franz Kafka, A Miscellany. 2nd ed., New York, 1946.

“Ernst Cassirer's Functional Approach to Art and Literature.” In: Library of Living Philosophers, VI. Evanston, Ill., 1949, pp. 633-659. [Related→]

“Theodor Brameld's Prolegomena to a Future Education.” In: Goals for American Education. New York, 1950.

“The Use of Myth in Kafka and Mann.” In: Spiritual Problems in Contemporary Literature, ed. S. R. Hopper. New York, 1952, pp. 117-126.

“Psychoanalysis and Literature,” In: Progress in Clinical Psychology, IV, ed. L. E. Abt and B. Riess. New York and London, 1960, pp. 169-178.

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