Journal's Closing Spells End of an Era

Sue, Bob, and Jen all pointed to
This NYTimes Story on the end of the Partisan Review.
The quarterly journal of culture and politics that emerged from the ideological ferment of the 1930's to become the house organ for a generation of brilliant American intellectuals and writers, is ceasing publication after 66 years. The journal's final issue, a tribute to its co-founder and editor in chief, William Phillips, who died in September at 94, is being mailed to subscribers this week.

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