DescriptionIn this talk, Peter Baehr describes Rebecca West’s distinctive brand of liberalism. Over a life that spanned two centuries and seventy-one years of literary production, Rebecca West (1892-1983) was an author of remarkable versatility. Today she is most often recalled for her novels, short stories, literary criticism and autobiographically laced travelogues. But Rebecca West was also a political writer of astonishing verve: resourceful, combative and impelled by a strong sense of responsibility for the commonwealth.
|Period||28 Jan 2020|
|Held at||Wellesley College, United States, Massachusetts|
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The Intelligent Liberalism of Rebecca West
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