Lewis Mumford (1895-1990), an American author, critic, philosopher, and historian, garnered many honors such as the National Book Award in 1962; The Presidential Medal of Freedom in 1964; a 1965 LLD from the University of Edinburgh; a doctorate of architecture from the University of Rome in 1967; and the National Medal for Literature in 1972.
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Lewis Mumford: A Bibliography
A complete record of the published works of Lewis Mumford, categorized by format.
Wikipedia: Lewis Mumford
Encyclopedia entry provides a brief biography, important concepts, and a list of published books.
City As Community: The Life And Vision Of Lewis Mumford
Biographical article by Robert Wojtowicz in Quest Magazine. (January 01, 2001)
Lewis Mumford: Megathinker and Master of the Metaphor
College paper by D. Gene Pace examines Mumford's use of metaphors. (January 01, 1998)
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