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Bradley, Sculley, ed., The Arts in Renewal, Philadelphia:

University ofPennsylvania Press, 1951.

This anthology collects statements on art by a number of writers and critics who were "against the grain" of the 1950s. At a time when the experimentation of modernism dominated the serious literary world, these writers argue for a return to conservatism and to art that appeals to a more popular sensibility.

Lawlor, John, "Peter Viereck, Poet and Critic of Values," in Etudes Anglaises, Vol. 7, No. 3, 1954, pp. 280-93. This discussion of the symbolic geography of Laguna mythology is crucial to any understanding of the philosophical   underpinnings   of  the   symbols   in Viereck's writing.

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