Vibrational and Rotational Relaxation in Gases by J. D. Lambert

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And there he began to meet other people, Elizabeth Shepley Sergeant, for example, who introduced him, in the summer of 1915, to the elite New England summer colony at Dublin, New Hampshire. ) He also met Elsie Clews Parsons, a vigorous, intelligent anthropologist and sociologist, who offered him a haven at Lenox, Massachusetts. His typically full social life is recorded in a datebook for 1916, where one now finds the names of Agnes de Lima, a social worker, and Esther Cornell, an actress, the one the guardian spirit of his life and legacy, the other, her friend, the beautiful girl who would have married him and with whom, at last, he entered a mature emotional life.

L. Mencken, Puritanism was no longer a significant cultural issuer criticism had work to do more important than moralizing. " To have conceived of these requisites of criticism and of a "new classicism" demanding "power with restraint, vitality with harmony, a fusion of intellect and feeling, and a keen sense of the artistic conscience" is evidence of Bourne's unfailing sensitivity to the direction of his culture and, although the critic he seeks had need of the strengths of an Eliot, Pound, and Edmund Wilson, evidence of his awareness that the work he set himself should be less prophetic (not like that undertaken by Brooks and Waldo Frank) and nearer to his developing capacities.

When Bourne expressed disappointment at Croly's reluctance to "go in instanter for smashing and quarreling," Sedgwick counseled him to give the magazine time to develop a soul. He did, maintaining a connection with the New Republic until his death, but he was dismayed. On coming home, he had tried to re-establish his Columbia life. For a time he lived with Carl Zigrosser at the Phipps model tenements on East 31st Street and socialized — and fell in love — with Barnard girls. But eventually his center shifted.

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