The Education of a Socialist

  • F. O. Matthiessen
Keywords: Marxism

Abstract

Whatever it may have been for others, Yale at the beginning of the nineteen-twenties was a major experience for me. If you came there from Groton, Yale's elementary courses were a let-down, since you had already been exposed to a richer cultural background. If you came with the big group from Andover, you were a college man already and were inflicted almost inevitably with the responsibility of setting the right social tone.
Published
1950-10-02
Section
Articles