Partisan Review

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The Partisan Review was founded by William Phillips and Philip Rahv in 1934. Phillips and Rahv met through the Communist-aligned John Reed Club but later broke from the Communist Party, re-establishing the magazine in 1937.[1]

External resources

  • Hugh Wilford, The New York Intellectuals: From Vanguard to Institution, Manchester University Press, 1995.


  1. Edith Kurzweil, In Remembrance, Partisan Review, 16 April 2003.