The Partisan Review


  • Frequency of Publication: Quarterly
  • Founding Editors: William Phillips and Philip Rahv
  • Inception: February –March 1934
  • Intended as an Alternative to: The New Masses, a Communist Party monthly
  • Politically Opposed: Stalinism
  • Aesthetically Dismissive of: Art as proletarian propaganda
  • Circulation at its Peak: 15,000
  • Notable Contributors: Dwight MacDonald, Robert Lowell, Hannah Arendt, George Orwell, Lionel Trilling, Mary McCarthy
  • Influential Essays Published: Susan Sontag’s “Notes on Camp”
  • Final Issue: April 12, 2003

It is apparent that the use of technology in our daily lives has become an integral part of modern life. People are now more dependent on technology than ever before, with technologies such as computers, phones, and the internet playing a major role in our day-to-day activities.

In fact, it can be argued that technology has become so entrenched in our lives that it has become hard to imagine life without it.

It is possible to remove any plagiarism by simply altering the structure of the text, while still preserving its context and meaning. This can be accomplished by changing the word order, utilizing synonyms, and restructuring the sentence.

The January 1949 issue of the Partisan Review still stands the test of time. Sitting in my family’s library for over fifty years, I never felt the need to read it. This was because my parents, both writers, spoke highly of the magazine.

It was aimed at the intellectuals, though the word has seen better days and is often equated with elitism, academics, or dullness.

If one is seeking the latter, they can find it in the PR–Clement Greenberg writing about the role of nature in abstract art, or Meyer Schapiro writing about Eugene Fromentin’s travel book.

I personally enjoy a bit of dryness, and Greenberg’s essay is reduced to a small wisdom: “Abstract Art Is Concerned with a Replication of Natural Laws”. Furthermore, I wouldn’t have known Fromentin or his appreciation for Rembrandt without Schapiro.

It is possible to eliminate any form of plagiarism by altering the arrangement of words in a sentence without changing the semantic meaning or context. Retaining the same markdown style is also important.

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