Elizabeth Drew


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Elizabeth Drew is an American political journalist and author. Drew is also a well known and respected political commentator and lecturer.

Born, Elizabeth Brenner on November 16, 1935, in Cincinnati, Ohio. Drew is the daughter of William J. Brenner, a furniture manufacturer and Estelle Jacobs.

Drew attended Wellesley College, where she was a Phi Beta Kappa and graduated in ... more »

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  • ''The test of literature is, I suppose, whether we ourselves live more intensely for the reading of it.''
    Elizabeth Drew (1887-1965), Anglo-American author, critic. "Is There a 'Feminine' Fiction?" The Modern Novel (1926).
  • Language is like soil. However rich, it is subject to erosion, and its fertility is constantly threatened by uses that exhaust its vitality. It needs constant re-invigoration if it is not to become ar...
    Elizabeth Drew (1887-1965), Anglo-American author, critic. Poetry: A Modern Guide to Its Understanding and Enjoyment, ch. 5, Dell Publishing Co. (1959...
  • Propaganda has a bad name, but its root meaning is simply to disseminate through a medium, and all writing therefore is propaganda for something. It's a seeding of the self in the consciousness of oth...
    Elizabeth Drew (1887-1965), Anglo-American author, critic. Poetry: A Modern Guide to Its Understanding and Enjoyment, pt. 2, ch. 10 (1959).
  • ''The torment of human frustration, whatever its immediate cause, is the knowledge that the self is in prison, its vital force and "mangled mind" leaking away in lonely, wasteful self-conflict.''
    Elizabeth Drew (1887-1965), Anglo-American author, critic. Poetry: A Modern Guide to Its Understanding and Enjoyment, pt. 2, ch. 13 (1959).
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