thaumaturge apologized and left thenstage.nHe was a welter of contradictions, ancaustic sentimentalist. "J-Ie mocked thencruder manifestations of Yankee Imperialismnbecause he was, at heart, a fanaticnAmerican," the novelist wrote ofnhimself. He kidded George Babbitt fornhis indifference to Europe and turnednaround and joined the America FirstnCommittee. When The Nation askednLewis . . .
January 1975April 21, 2022By The Archive
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