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12mo - 18 x 11 cm.; vi - 86 pp. Second printing. Co-sponsored by the National Catholic Educational Association and Trinity College, Washington, D.C. An expanded version of Kerr's lecture delivered in 1954 at Trinity College. A drama critic for the New York Herald-Tribune, Kerr looks at the tension between a passionate dedication to the arts and those concerned about possible indiscretions and harmful effects of the arts. He uses Aristotle, Augustine and Aquinas to work his way through this thorny field. Blue cloth-covered boards with gilt lettering on spine and front board. Some age browning on endpapers, otherwise a tight and clean volume. Dust jacket has light soiling and closed tears on edges.
Title: Criticism and Censorship (Gabriel Richard Lecture).
Publisher: Milwaukee, Bruce Publishing.: 1957
Book Condition: Very Good+ in Very Good dust jacket
Item: 1.00 Item
Seller ID: 19252
Keywords: Catholic, Drama, Arts, Criticism Censorship, Drama Critic, Walter Kerr New York Herald-Tribune Gabriel Richard Lectures Trinity College, Washington, D.C.