Barzun



Jacques (Martin) 1907–2012, U.S. historian, educator, and writer, born in France.
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In the autumn 1944 issue of the journal Chimera: A Literary Quarterly, Barzun published “In Memoriam: R.H.P., 1907-1944.”
Remembering Jacques Barzun Remembering Robert Pitney Paul Devlin October 29, 2012

“An invincible modesty—not shyness—held him back,” wrote Barzun.
Remembering Jacques Barzun Remembering Robert Pitney Paul Devlin October 29, 2012

The ever-eclectic Barzun contributed to its special issues on myth and detective fiction.
Remembering Jacques Barzun Remembering Robert Pitney Paul Devlin October 29, 2012

Since Barzun was blessed with an extraordinarily long life, it seems fitting that we remember his friend who had a short one.
Remembering Jacques Barzun Remembering Robert Pitney Paul Devlin October 29, 2012

Tributes to Barzun, who authored a massive shelf full of books from 1932-2004, will and have been manifold.
Remembering Jacques Barzun Remembering Robert Pitney Paul Devlin October 29, 2012

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