Manuscripts and proofs of New Directions books, 1937-1997.

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Manuscripts and proofs of New Directions books, 1937-1997.

Manuscripts and proofs of New Directions books, 1937-1997.

Manuscripts, galley proofs and page proofs of books published by New Directions, 1937-1997.

482 boxes and 181 volumes (92 linear ft.)

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Alvaro, Corrado, 1895-1956

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Gide, André, 1869-1951

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French writer, humanist and moralist. From the description of Letters : Paris, to Kelver Hartley, Paris, 1934 Nov. 1-Dec. 25. (University of California, San Diego). WorldCat record id: 32415731 French author. From the description of Autograph letter signed, dated : [Criquetot-l'Esneval], 9 April 1916, to Gabriel [i.e. Georges] Jean-Aubry, 1916 Apr. 9. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270577855 From the description of Letter, 1924 April 7 [manuscript]. (Uni...

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Sebald, W.G. (Winfried Georg), 1944-2001

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Hart, Patrick

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Ivo, Lêdo.

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Ralph Manheim

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Janice M. Thresher

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Jeffers, Robinson, 1887-1962

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Poet. Married Una Call Kuster in 1913. From the description of Papers of Robinson Jeffers, 1924-1941 (bulk 1924-1926). (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 71130961 Robinson Jeffers (1887-1962) was an American poet and dramatist. Born in Pittsburgh in 1887, he graduated from Occidental College in 1905. He married Una Call Jeffers (1884-1950) in 1913, and they had three children. His inspiration came from his wife, their home that he built in 1919, Tor House, and the rugged Big Sur...

Louis M. Bourne.

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Kraf, Elaine

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Bhavabhuti [?]

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Olson, Charles, 1910-1970

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Charles Olson, the leading voice of the Black Mountain poets, was born in Worcester, Massachusetts, and was a notable student at Wesleyan University, where his groundbreaking work on Herman Melville evolved into the highly praised monograph, Call Me Ishmael. Inspired by Franklin Roosevelt, Olson worked his way up through the Democratic Party, but quit after Roosevelt's death, and began a brilliant career as a writer and educator. His manifesto, Projective Verse, influenced a generation of poets ...

Helbling, Robert E.,

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Levine, Suzanne Jill.

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Archibald MacLeish

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Dahlberg, Edward, 1900-1977

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Lajolo, Davide

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Ch'ü, Yüan, ca. 343-ca. 277

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Tom Geddes

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Aragon, 1897-1982

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Epithet: (Eleanor of), wife of Ercole I d'Este, Duke of Modena and Ferrara British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001108.0x000020 French writer. From the description of Aragon manuscripts, 1971-1979. (Getty Research Institute). WorldCat record id: 80460887 Epithet: Henry of, Duke of Villena, son-of Ferdinand I, of Aragon British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Des...

Timothy Materer

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Ron Loewinsohn

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Mario Pietralunga

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A. C. Scott.

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Gandhi, Mahatma, 1869-1948

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Kerouac, Jack, 1922-1969

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Jack Kerouac (1922-1969) was an American Beat novelist, essayist, and poet. From the description of Jack Kerouac Papers, 1920-1977 bulk 1935-1969. (New York Public Library). WorldCat record id: 122354098 Jack Kerouac was an American Beat novelist, essayist, and poet. From the description of Jack Kerouac collection of papers, 1943-1969. (New York Public Library). WorldCat record id: 122313929 From the guide to the Jack Kerouac collection of papers, 1942]-...

Hatfield, Henry, 1912-1995

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Hatfield taught German at Harvard. From the description of Papers of Henry Hatfield, 1954-1972 (inclusive). (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 76973062 ...

Edson, Russell

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Karr, Mary

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New Directions Publishing Corp.

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James Laughlin (1914-1997) began his publishing career as the literary editor of New Democracy, a magazine devoted to the economic theory Social Credit. Here Laughlin published Modern writers such as Ezra Pound, Gertrude Stein, and William Carlos Williams in a section of the magazine entitled "New Directions." In 1936, while in his Junior year at Harvard University, Laughlin gathered the best of these pieces and put them together in the first annual anthology, New Directions in Prose and Poetry....

Fitzgerald, F. Scott (Francis Scott), 1896-1940

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Anderson, Sherwood, 1876-1941

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Author, newspaper editor. From the description of Letter to Maurice Hanline, n.d. (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id: 56349777 American novelist, short-story writer, poet, and journalist. From the guide to the Sherwood Anderson miscellany, 1981, undated, (The New York Public Library. New York Public Library Archives.) Author. From the description of Death in the woods : annotated short story, circa 1933. (Unknown). WorldCat record i...

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Peters, Diana Stone

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Daiches, David, 1912-2005

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The writer and critic Professor David Daiches was born in Sunderland on 2 September 1912. He was the son of the author Rabbi Dr. Salis Daiches (1880-1945), Edinburgh Hebrew Congregation. The younger Daiches was educated at George Watson's College, Edinburgh, and studied at Edinburgh University and Balliol College, Oxford. Between 1935 and 1936 he was an Assistant in English at Edinburgh University and then from 1936 to 1937 was a Fellow at Balliol College, Oxford. Daiches began to be published a...

Fitzgerald, Robert, 1910-1985

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Robert Fitzgerald (1910-1985) was an American poet, educator, and critic who was best known for his translations of Greek classics. From the description of Homer's "Odyssey" in translation : manuscripts, 1953-1960. (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 82743704 From the guide to the Robert Fitzgerald papers for Homer's "Odyssey" in translation, 1953-1960., (Houghton Library, Harvard College Library, Harvard University) American poet. From the descrip...

Hugh Witemeyer

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Oskar Seidlin.

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George Woodstock

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Barnard, Mary.

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American poet, biographer, and translator Mary Ethel Barnard was born in Vancouver, Washington on December 6, 1909. She was the daughter of Bertha Hoard and Samuel Melvin Barnard, who worked in the timber industry. After graduating from Reed College in 1932, Barnard established a relationship by mail with Ezra Pound, who became her literary mentor. Her poetry, prose, and translations of Greek poetry were published in literary magazines and as monographs. She was awarded numerous honors throughou...

Leon Edel.

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Harry Levin

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Alain Daniélou

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Noel Stock.

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Brathwaite, Kamau, 1930-

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Ian Mitchell

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Walsh, Donald Devenish, 1903-1980

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Bory, Jean François.

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Jaccottet, Philippe

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Harry Callahan.

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Sweeney, John L.

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G. Aroul

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Wainhouse, Austryn.

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Edwin Ernest Christian.

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Doris Grumbach

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E. N. Sargent.

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Herrick, William, 1915-

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Peters, Frederick G., 1935-

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Koch, Vivienne

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Ronald Bates

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MacDiarmid, Hugh, 1892-1978

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C. M. (Christopher Murray) Grieve [Hugh McDiarmid, 1892-1978] was a Scottish poet, writer, and cultural activist. Politically, he was both a nationalist, helping found the National Party of Scotland in 1928, and a communist. During the 1930's, he was expelled from each group for his membership in the other. His nationalist leanings were, for a time, characterized by pre-Reformation Catholic Scotland "as a model of social, spiritual, and national coherence." (Roderick Watson, ODNB). Grieve founde...

Tabucchi, Antonio, 1943-2012

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Hugh Kenner

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Brossard, Chandler, 1922-1993

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Chandler Brossard was an American novelist, playwright, editor, and teacher. He was born on July 18, 1922 in Idaho Falls, Idaho, and grew up in Washington, D.C. Brossard was chiefly self-educated, having left school at age eleven. He worked as a journalist for the Washington Post before attaining a writing position with The New Yorker at age nineteen, where editor William Shawn encouraged him to write fiction. His first published novel, Who Walk in Darkness (1952), focused on the bo...

Hall, James B.

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Grossman, Allen R., 1932-....

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Cardenal, Ernesto

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Rodman, Selden, 1909-2002

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Selden Rodman was born February 19, 1909, in New York City. He graduated from Yale College in 1931. In the 1930s, he helped found the journal Common Sense (1932-1946) with Alfred Bingham. During World War II, he served in the foreign nationalities section of the Office of Strategic Services. In 1944, the Haitian government produced his play, The Revolutionists, which lead to a later career as co-director for the Haitian Centre d'Art (1949-1951), promoting Haitian folk art internationally and ini...

Kern Krapohl.

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Boris, Vian

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Layton, Irving‏ (1912-2006).‏

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Mallarmé, Stéphane, 1842-1898

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French poet and critic. From the description of Revue de l'industrie et de l'art français en 1872 : souvenir de l'Exposition de Londres (manuscript), 1872. (Getty Research Institute). WorldCat record id: 80906168 Mallarme ́was born in Paris but studied English in England. Returned to Paris in 1872 where he began writing poems and eventually became the center of the Parisian literary scene. From the description of Hommage, Sonnet, 1895. (Temple University Librari...

Hoffman, Daniel G.

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Nancy Kline

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Norman Holmes Pearson. With page-layouts.

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James Atlas

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Sylvia Beach

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Eve Adamson

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Bram Dijkstra

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Erika Weihs

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Glassgold, Peter, 1939-

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Hinton, David

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Wool, Sandra

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Kremer, Rüdiger, 1942-

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Alexis Levitin

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Corso, Gregory

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American writer, primarily of poetry, Corso was born in New York City in 1930. He worked as a migrant laborer, newspaper reporter for the L.A. Examiner, and merchant seaman before joining the English Department at SUNY Buffalo in 1965. In the mid-1950s he began to give public readings of his poetry, often sharing the stage with other Beat poets. His 1958 volume, GASOLINE, marks the beginning of his long association with San Francisco's City Lights Bookstore and the Bay Area in general, which fig...

D. G. Bridson

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Robert Phillips

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Nabokov, Vladimir Vladimirovich, 1899-1977

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Vladimir Nabokov was a Russian and American novelist, poet, short-story writer, lecturer, and literary critic. From the description of Vladimir Nabokov papers, 1918-1987 bulk (1934-1975) [microform]. (New York Public Library). WorldCat record id: 210012737 From the description of Vladimir Nabokov papers, 1918-1987 bulk (1934-1975). (New York Public Library). WorldCat record id: 122465556 From the guide to the Vladimir Nabokov papers, 1918-1987, 1934-1975, (The New Y...

Barnes, Djuna

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Noted journalist and avant-garde author Djuna Barnes was born in Cornwall-on-Hudson, New York, on June 12, 1892, the second child and only daughter of Wald and Elizabeth Chappell Barnes. Barnes studied art at the Pratt Institute (1912-1913) and at the Art Student's League of New York (1915-1916). In 1913, she began working as a freelance journalist and illustrator for the Brooklyn Daily Eagle and was soon writing and illustrating features and interviews for the New York ...

Mark Pietralunga

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Howard O. Sackler

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Leif Sjöberg

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Marthiel Mathews

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Wheelwright, John, 1897-1940

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John Wheelwright was a New England poet. Born in Boston to an old and aristocratic family, he studied architecture at Harvard University and later the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, but never finished a degree. After expulsion from Harvard, he became a member of the lost generation, and embraced socialism. He published three books of verse, each complex and cautiously admired by his peers, each owing much to his Boston Brahmin heritage. He was struck and killed by a drunk driver before h...

Li, Bai, 701-762

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Muriel Rukeyser.

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Levin, Harry, 1912-1994

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Correspondence to Lewis and Sophia Mumford from Harry Levin and his wife, Elena Ivanovna Zarudnava Levin. From the description of Letters, 1973, n.d., to Lewis and Sophia Mumford. (University of Pennsylvania Library). WorldCat record id: 155871479 Harry Levin was an American literary critic, author, and a professor of comparative literature at Harvard University. From the description of Papers, 1920-1995. (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 84670178 ...

James Potts

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Raja Rao

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Oates, Joyce Carol, 1938-....

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As the winner of the National Book Award for her 1970 novel Them and the recipient of four O. Henry awards and numerous other literary prizes, Joyce Carol Oates is among the most distinguished writers in the United States. In her considerable body of work, she has created an array of male and female protagonists from a diversity of regional, economic, and occupational backgrounds. In the four decades since her first book, the short-story collection By the North Gate, appeared to critical acclaim...

Yvan Goll.

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Guillevic, Eugène, 1907-

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Peterson, Ronald E.

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Wernham, Guy

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Ikuko Atsumi

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Henry Miller

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Lucy Lower

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Pavel, Ota, 1930-

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Hayden Carruth

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Turnell, Martin

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Cournand, Marie-Claire

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Friar, Kimon.

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Friar was a Greek-American poet, translator, and editor. From the description of Kimon Friar papers, 1926-1988. (Princeton University Library). WorldCat record id: 175710963 ...

Laughlin, James, 1914-1997

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Laughlin writes as editor of New Directions. From the description of 1 TL (copy), 1959 April 30, New Directions, New York to Macmillan & Co. (New York Public Library). WorldCat record id: 122626450 James Laughlin (1914-1997) was an American publisher, poet and founder of New Directions Publishing Corporation. From the description of James Laughlin compositions sent to Hugh Witemeyer, 1982-1996. (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 612706693 Jame...

Eric Russell Bentley

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Epithet: drama critic and translator British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000834.0x000120 ...

José Erasto

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Lionel Trilling

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Rukeyser, Muriel, 1913-1980

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Muriel Rukeyser was an American poet, playwright, biographer, and writer of children's literature. From the description of Muriel Rukeyser collection of papers, 1920-1976 bulk (1931-1976). (New York Public Library). WorldCat record id: 122570595 From the guide to the Muriel Rukeyser collection of papers, 1920-1976, 1931-1976, (The New York Public Library. Henry W. and Albert A. Berg Collection of English and American Literature.) American poet. From the ...

Bob Woods

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James Graham-Luján

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Francisco Brines

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E. L. Doctorow

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Pound, Omar S.

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Epithet: Persian and Arabic translator, writer and teacher British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000544.0x000117 ...

Bertholf, Robert J.

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Wayland Young

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Paz, Octavio, 1914-1998

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Longrigg, John

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Örkény, István.

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Zhuangzi

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G. W. Stonier

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Fiedler, Leslie A.

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Leslie Aaron Fiedler was born on March 8, 1917 in Newark, N.J. He received his B.A. from New York University in 1938, and pursued graduate studies in English at the University of Wisconsin where he received both his M.A. and Ph.D. In 1941 he was hired as an assistant professor at Montana State University, Missoula. In 1963 he transferred to the State University of New York at Buffalo where he remained for the duration of his career. From 1974 to 1977, Fiedler served as chair of the University's ...

John Weinstock

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Frances Keene

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Deutch, Richard.

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Corrado Alvara.

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Morand, Paul, 1888-1976

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Wang, An-i

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North, Lucy

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Nims, John Frederick, 1913-1999

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American poet, editor, and translator. From the description of John Frederick Nims collection of miscellaneous writings and reviews, 1936-1998. (Indiana University). WorldCat record id: 776694600 ...

David Unger

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Laforgue, Jules, 1860-1887

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Jules Laforgue (1860-1887) was a French-Uruguayan poet. From the guide to the Jules Laforgue Papers, 1860-1887, (Special and Area Studies Collections, George A. Smathers Libraries, University of Florida) French poet. From the description of Notebook of Jules Laforgue, 1884-1885. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 71015118 ...

Paul Carroll

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Stinehour Press

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Susumu Kamaike

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Yanbing Chen

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Tennessee Williams

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Carey Perloff

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Carruth, Hayden, 1921-2008

http://n2t.net/ark:/99166/w6d51767 (person)

Hayden Carruth (1921-2008) was a poet, professor, and a editor. He lived in Johnson, Vermont, during the time of the correspondence. For more information, see the Poetry Foundation biography . From the guide to the Hayden Carruth Letters, 1973-1975, (Special Collections, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, Va.) ...

Carlos Altschul

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Bosquet, Alain, 1919-1998

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Miller Williams

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Levertov, Denise, 1923-1997

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The interview took place at Wells College, New York. From the description of Audio interviews with poet Denise Levertov by Clive Scott Chisholm : sound recordings, 1973 Jan. 27. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 754864806 Correspondence to Lewis and Sophia Mumford from Denise Levertov and her husband, Mitchell Goodman. From the description of Letters, 1965-1976, to Lewis and Sophia Mumford. (University of Pennsylvania Library). WorldCat record id: 155871475 ...

Gary, Romain

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Swenson, May

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May Swenson (1913-1989) was born in Logan, Utah. Graduated from Utah State University in 1934. Notable author and poet. Became the editor for New Directions Press in 1959. Frequently classified as a nature poet, Swenson received much praise for her descriptions of natural phenomena and her sensory tone. Her chief themes were animal and human behavior, sexuality, death, and the nature of art and perception. From the description of May Swenson papers, 1932-1998. (Utah State University)...

Hoover, Paul, 1946-....

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Keene, John, 1965-

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David Daiches.

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Berryman, John

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Paulhan, Jean, 1884-1968

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Jean Paulhan (1884-1968), French author, literary critic, and publisher. From the description of Peinture sacrée, 1956. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 702198896 ...

Robert McDowell

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Pei-tao, 1949-

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Elias Canetti

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Edith Heal

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Walsh, Donald D.

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Howes, Barbara

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Barbara Howes was born on May 1, 1914, in New York City. After an education which included a degree from Bennington College, she began to edit the literary magazine, Chimera, in 1943. After her editorship ended in 1947, Howes began a long career as a poet and editor. Often anthologized, Barbara Howes continued to write poetry, while branching out into fiction during the subsequent decades. She was given an award in literature in 1971 from the National Institute of Arts and Letters. F...

Ford, Charles Henri

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Charles Henri Ford (1913- ), writer, editor, and poet, is best known for his collections of surrealist poetry and for editing Blues, 1929-30, and View, 1940-1947. From the guide to the Charles Henri Ford Papers Addition, 1928-1947, (Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library) Poet, artist, filmmaker, and editor, Charles Henri Ford was regarded as America's first surrealist poet. Charles Henri Ford was born on February 10, ...

LaFleur, William R.

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Di Blasi, Debra, 1957-

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Arthur McDowall

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Louise Varèse

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Kirkup, James, 1918-2009

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James Kirkup (1918 - ) was born in South Shields, County Durham and educated at Durham University. The travel writer, poet, novelist, playwright, translator, and broadcaster has authored over thirty works. Kirkup became the first Gregory Fellow in Poetry at Leeds University (1950-1952). He was elected Fellow of the Royal Society for Literature (1962). From the description of James Kirkup poems (MS 20), ca. 1942-1956. (Denver Public Library). WorldCat record id: 255131964 Fro...

Geoffrey Wagner

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Dujardin, Édouard, 1861-1949

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French author, playwright, poet, and professor. From the description of Edouard Dujardin Papers, 1861-1951. (Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center (HRC); University of Texas at Austin). WorldCat record id: 85242190 Edouard Emile Louis Dujardin was born near Blois, France, on November 10, 1861, the only child of Alphonse (a sea captain) and Théophile Dujardin. The family moved to Rouen, where Edouard attended school. He subsequently studied in Paris in preparat...

Pearson, Norman Holmes

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W. R. Moses

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Thomas Merton

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Sartre, Jean-Paul, 1905-1980

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Sartre, Jean-Paul (1905-1980), existentialist philosopher, dramatist and novelist, author of La Nausée (1938), Huis clos (1943), and L'être et le néant (1943). From the description of Jean-Paul Sartre collection, [ca. 1950-1970]. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 702138367 The life of Jean-Paul Sartre, French novelist and Existentialist philosopher, has been recounted in numerous books. Of particular relevance to this collection is John Gerassi's own biographical study, Jean...

Kleist, Heinrich ˜vonœ 1777-1811

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Heinrich von Kleist, playwright; Jon Swan, translator. From the description of The broken jug : typescript. (New York Public Library). WorldCat record id: 122485707 ...

García Lorca, Federico, 1898-1936

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Blodgett was an Ithaca College faculty member. From the description of El maleficio de la mariposa : (the spell of the butterfly) ; a comedy in two acts and a prologue / by Federico Garcia Lorca 1919 ; translated by Anne Ketcham Blodgett and Marion Lipscomb Miller. [1967?] (Ithaca College Library). WorldCat record id: 49621962 From the description of The house of Bernarda Alba / by Federico Garcia Lorca ; translated by Anne Ketcham Blodgett. [1969?] (Ithaca College Library)....

Ames, Van Meter, 1898-

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Van Meter Ames was born on July 9, 1898 in De Soto, Iowa. He was the son of Mabel Van Meter Ames and Edward Scribner Ames (1870-1958), who taught in the Philosophy department at the University of Chicago and was pastor of the University Church of the Church of the Disciples of Christ and dean of the Disciples Divinity House. Van Meter Ames received his B.A. and Ph.D (1924) from the University of Chicago. Ames joined the faculty of the University of Cincinnati in 1925 and...

Honig, Edwin

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Harriet Zinnes

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Bates, H.E. (Herbert Ernest), 1905-1974

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Resident of Kent, England. From the description of Letters, 1930-1968. (Duke University Library). WorldCat record id: 34122419 Bates was an English writer and novelist. From the description of [Letters to] Miss. Heilburn / H. E. Bates. (Smith College). WorldCat record id: 156913081 English author. From the description of In view of the fact that ... : [n.p.] : autograph manuscript signed of the short story, 1926? Mar. 6 [in a publisher's note...

McCullers, Carson, 1917-1967

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Carson McCullers was born in Columbus, Georgia, as Lula Carson Smith on February 19, 1917, the first born of Lamar and Marguerite Waters Smith. Though she moved from the South in 1934 and only returned for visits, most of her writing was inspired by her southern heritage. Her mother felt she had given birth to a genius from the time Carson was very young and always remained her staunchest supporter and strongest ally. When nine years of age, Lula began studying piano and practiced six to eight h...

Barzun, Jacques, 1907-

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Author, historian, editor, university administrator, and a member of the faculty of Columbia University since 1927. C.U.: A.B. (1927) & Ph.D. (1932). From the description of Jacques Barzun papers, ca.1900-1999. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 265033358 Author, historian, editor, university administrator, and a member of the faculty of Columbia University since 1927. C.U.: A.B. (1927) & Ph. D. (1932). From the description...

Thirlwall, John C.

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Larsen, Deborah.

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Saroyan, William, 1908-

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Biography Goldie Weisberg was a fellow writer whose work Saroyan had discovered in a literary magzine. Saroyan initiated the correspondence, which focuses on their respective reading, writing, and work lives. From the guide to the Saroyan, William, 1908- . Correspondence with Goldie Weisberg, 1930-1938, (Stanford University. Libraries. Dept. of Special Collections and University Archives.) ...

Martz, Louis L.

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Jose Maria d'Eça de Queirós

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Lindegren, Erik, 1910-1968

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Martin Turnell

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Meredith Weatherby

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David Hinton

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James, Henry, 1843-1916

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James was an American novelist, short story writer, critic and dramatist. From the description of Henry James transcripts of letters to others, 1873-1915. (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 612731792 From the guide to the Henry James transcripts of letters to others, 1873-1915., (Houghton Library, Harvard College Library, Harvard University) Henry James was born in New York, NY, in 1843. During his lifetime, he was a literary and art critic (writing for Natio...

Stephen Field

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Lentfoehr, Thérèse, 1902-

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Roditi, Edouard.

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Waldrop, Rosemarie

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Michael Gizzi was born in Schenectady, New York in 1949 to Carolyn and Anthony Gizzi. He had two brothers, Peter and Thomas Gizzi. He spent part of his childhood living in Ohio and lived in East Greenwich, Rhode Island for three years (10th, 11th, and 12th grade) of high school. His parents moved up to Pittsfield, Massachusetts and he returned to Rhode Island as an undergraduate student at Brown University where he recieved a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1976. He would return to Brown...

Breslin, James E.B., 1935-

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Vernon Watkins

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Brock, Edwin

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Williams, William Carlos, 1883-1963

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This collection covers the years of William Carlos Williams's medical studies at the University of Pennsylvania, a year of service at a New York City hospital, a semester of medical study in Leipzig, and the period when he was setting up his medical practice and courting his future wife, Florence Herman, in his home town of Rutherford, N.J. During this time, his younger brother Edgar went from engineering and architectural studies at M.I.T. to further study of architecture at the American Academ...

Marcel Proust

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Boyle, Kay, 1902-1992

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Kay Boyle (1902-1992) was an American avant garde writer and poet. She lived in San Francisco, Newark, Delaware, and Rowayton, Connecticut, when she wrote these letters. From the description of Kay Boyle letters and poems, 1935-1975. (Pennsylvania State University Libraries). WorldCat record id: 33890909 Kay Boyle was an American essayist, novelist, short-story writer, translator, essayist, and translator. From the description of Kay Boyle collection of papers, 1...

Holmes, James S.

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James S. Holmes was a captain in the Texas Cavalry during the Texas Revolution. From the guide to the Holmes, James S. Papers, 1836-1838, (Dolph Briscoe Center for American History, The University of Texas at Austin) ...

Borges, Jorge Luis, 1899-

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Olson, Toby

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American poet and Temple University professor, Toby Olson, was born August 17, 1937, in Berwyn, Illinois. American poet, Carl Thayler, was born on April 29, 1933, in Los Angeles, California. From the description of Toby Olson letters to Carl Thayler collection, 1967-1983. (University of Delaware Library). WorldCat record id: 608549262 Evory, Ann and Linda Metzger (eds.). Contemporary Authors. New Revision Series, Volume 9. Detroit, Michigan: Gale Research Compan...

Céline, Louis-Ferdinand, 1894-1961

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Mort à crédit was published in Paris in May 1936. From the description of Mort à crédit : typescript with manuscript alterations, [ca. 1932-1936] (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 612817798 From the description of Mort à crédit : manuscript, [ca. 1932-1936]. (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 612766558 ...

Emily Wallace.

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Valéry, Paul, 1871-1945

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French poet and philosopher. From the description of Paul Valéry petition, circa 1938. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 70981247 Paul Valéry, French poet, essayist and critic. From the description of Paul Valéry collection, 1896-1939. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 78236502 From the description of Paul Valéry collection, 1896-1939. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 702153343 Valéry was a French poet. From the guide to the Papers conce...

Stein, Sol

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BIOGHIST REQUIRED Sol Stein was born in Chicago, Illinois, on October 13, 1926 to Louis (a jewelry designer) and Zelda Stein (later a translator for the United Nations). Stein attended City College in New York but interrupted his studies to serve in the United States Army from 1945 to 1947, briefly as an infantry officer, and then as commandant of the three Occupational Training Schools in the American Zone of Germany. He was cited by Lt. General Geoffrey Keyes for having commanded ...

Bernard Frechtman

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Goronwy Rees

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Stacton, David, 1925-1968

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David Derek Stacton (Erik), novelist and poet, was born in Nevada in 1925. He is known for thirteen historical novels on topics including Napoleon, Nefertiti, and Lincoln's assassination. The books received critical acclaim, although Stacton received more praise in Europe than in the United States. Stacton died of a stroke in Denmark, in January, 1968. From the description of Papers, 1960-1967. (University of New Mexico-Main Campus). WorldCat record id: 48454555 From the gui...

Day, Christine R.

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Neame, Alan.

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Char, René, 1907-

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Edwin Muir

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Katherine Silver

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Cecil Woolf

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Eve Merriam

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Schwartz, Delmore, 1913-1966

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Delmore Schwartz (1913-1966), writer, editor, and teacher. In 1937, shortly after graduating from New York University, Schwartz published an acclaimed short story, "In Dreams Begin Responsibilities" in the first issue of Partisan Review. In addition to his writing, he served as poetry editor of the Partisan Review and later the New Republic. Schwartz wrote poetry, short stories and essays, criticism, and plays throughout his life but he never established himself as the writer that early praise s...

Villa, José García 1908-1997

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English poet and novelist. From the description of Two poems : manuscript copy of two poems in the hand of Edith Sitwell, undated. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 772521603 ...

C. P. Snow

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Spanier, Sandra Whipple, 1951-....

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Caws, Mary Ann

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Juan Gris

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Hesse, Hermann, 1877-1962

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Hermann Hesse was a German writer, popular but often politically out of step in his native country. His social criticism, and especially his focus on the individual and inner spirituality, contributed to extraordinary popularity in America in the 1960s. From the description of Hermann Hesse letter to D. Kilham Roberts, 1950 January 9. (Pennsylvania State University Libraries). WorldCat record id: 49344033 German author. From the description of Zwölfe Gedichte vo...

Lautréamont, comte de, 1846-1870

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Rochester, John Wilmot, earl of, 1647-1680

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Moore, Nicholas, 1918-1986

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Nicholas Moore was born in 1918, the elder son of George Edward Moore (1873-1958) the Cambridge philosopher. Educated at the Dragon School Oxford and Leighton Park School, Reading, he spent a year at St Andrew's University, where he met G.S. Fraser, before going to Trinity College Cambridge. From his schooldays Moore wrote poetry every day and submitted it to various magazines. While at university he started his own magazine Seven and after graduation he continued to live in Cambrid...

Glauco Cambon

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Grzimek, Martin, 1950-....

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Hamill, Sam.

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Sam Hamill is the author of over 30 books, including original poetry, essays, and translations from Chinese, Japanese, Estonian, Latin, and Greek. Included among his works are Nootka Rose (1987), A Poet's Work: The Other Side of Poetry (1990), Only Companion: Japanese Poems of Love and Longing (1992), Destination Zero: Poems, 1970-1995 (1995), Gratitude (1998), and Dumb Luck (2002). Hamill received a National Endowment for the Arts fellowship, a Guggenheim Memorial fello...

Jindriska Badal

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Donald Keene

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Schwebell, Gertrude Clorius

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Bentley, Eric, 1916-....

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Eric Russell Bentley (1916- ) was an American editor, translator and professor of dramatic literature at Columbia University. From the description of Eric Bentley papers, ca. 1960-1964. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122517495 From the guide to the Eric Bentley papers, ca. 1960-1964, (The New York Public Library. Manuscripts and Archives Division.) Eric Bentley, theater critic and dramatist. From the description of Eric Bentley letters to Mary Douglas Di...

Litz, A. Walton.

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Ferlinghetti, Lawrence

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Biography Lawrence Ferlinghetti, American poet, editor, and publisher, was born in March of 1919 in Yonkers, N.Y., the son of Charles S. and Clemence Ferling. From 1920 to 1924, he lived in France with his aunt, and after their return to the U.S., was educated in New York, at the Riverside Country School (1927-28) and Bronxville Public School (1929-33). Ferlinghetti attended high school at Mount Hermon School in Greenfield, Mass. (1933-37), t...

James Laughlin

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James Graham Lujan

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Messerli, Douglas, 1947-....

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Lawrence Durrell

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Herb Caen

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Aleksis Rannit.

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Makowsky, Veronica A.

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McDougall, Bonnie S., 1941-....

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Anwar, Chairil, 1922-1949

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Yates, Donald A.

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Stendhal, 1783-1842

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Stendhal (b. Marie-Henri Beyle, January 23, 1783, Grenoble, France–d. March 23, 1842, Paris, France) was a 19th-century French writer. Best known for the novels Le Rouge et le Noir (1830) and La Chartreuse de Parme (1839), he is highly regarded for the acute analysis of his characters' psychology and considered one of the earliest and foremost practitioners of realism....

Lamantia, Philip, 1927-2005

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American poet. From the description of Cool ; New York blank poem New York ; [typed letter signed, to LeRoi Jones] : typescripts, 1959 / Philip Lamantia. 1959. (University of California, San Diego). WorldCat record id: 18423222 ...

West, Nathanaël, 1903-1940

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American novelist. From the description of Collection of papers, 1930-1966. (Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center (HRC); University of Texas at Austin). WorldCat record id: 145406009 ...

Flaubert, Gustave, 1821-1880

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Epithet: novelist British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000208.0x0002a1 French writer. From the description of Travel notes, ca. 1851. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 80148606 Gustave Flaubert, a 19th century French novelist, known primarily for his first novel Madame Bovary, published in 1857 and for his collected letters. From the description of Doria: manuscript, [ca. 1851]. (Temple...

Herbert Leibowitz

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Daggy, Robert E.

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Li, Ch'ing-chao, 1081-ca. 1141

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Watkins, Vernon Phillips, 1906-1967

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Vernon Phillips Watkins was born in Wales, and lived nearly his entire life near Swansea. He had written poetry since his youth, and attended Cambridge University for one year before leaving, ultimately taking a job with Lloyd's bank as a clerk. After a serious breakdown, he took a job at a different branch of Lloyd's, staying until he retired in 1966, but refusing advancement--he remained a clerk in order to devote time to his poetry. He became a close friend of Dylan Thomas, and published indi...

Clissold, Stephen.

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Lowry, Robert, 1919-1994

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Robert Lowry was born on March 29, 1919, in Cincinnati, Ohio. He began his writing career at the age of eight, by his ninth year he was publishing stories in Cincinnati's daily newspaper. After his graduation from Withrow High School in 1937, Lowry entered the University of Cincinnati, where he founded and edited the magazine The Little Man in between jobs as an apple-picker in nearby orchards and salesman in a downtown dapartment store. Lowry left his hometown in 1938 to "tour the United States...

Jackson Mathews

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Hutchins, Maude Phelps (McVeigh)

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Maude Phelps McVeigh Hutchins was born in 1899 in Long Island, New York. She attended St. Margaret’s School in Waterbury, Connecticut, as well as the Yale School of Fine Arts, where she received a B.F.A in 1926. She originally was a sculptor, but later moved on to painting and drawing. Phelps married Robert Maynard Hutchins on September 10, 1921. The couple had three children-Frances Ratcliffe (Franja), Joanna Blessing, and Clarissa Phelps. Hutchins was the a...

Perse, Saint-John

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French diplomat and poet. From the description of Papers of Saint-John Perse, 1956-1960. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 71015089 French poet. From the description of Autograph letters signed (66), post cards (2) and telegrams (15) : Washington, D.C., to Mina Curtiss, 1951 Jan. 10-1973 Apr. 8. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270634725 ...

Alma Urs

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Mynes, Jess, 1970-

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Michael Gizzi was born in Schenectady, New York in 1949 to Carolyn and Anthony Gizzi. He had two brothers, Peter and Thomas Gizzi. He spent part of his childhood living in Ohio and lived in East Greenwich, Rhode Island for three years (10th, 11th, and 12th grade) of high school. His parents moved up to Pittsfield, Massachusetts and he returned to Rhode Island as an undergraduate student at Brown University where he recieved a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1976. He would return to Brown...

Owen, Wilfred, 1893-1918

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Epithet: poet British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000566.0x0000b5 Wilfred Edward Salter Owen was born to Tom and Susan Owen at Oswestry, Shropshire, on 18 March 1893, the eldest of four children. In 1897, the family left Oswestry for Birkenhead and eventually Shrewsbury as Tom Owen held successive supervisory positions with the railway. Between 1901 and 1910, Wilfred was educated at Birkenhead Institut...

Borgen, Johan, 1902-1979

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Allman, John, 1935-

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John Allman was born in New York City in 1935. Mr. Allman holds a B.A. from Hunter College and an M.A. from Syracuse University in creative writing. He taught at Cazenovia College in Central New York State and, for 26 years, at Rockland Community College of the State University of New York. He is retired and lives in Katonah, NY, with his wife, Eileen Allman, also a writer. His awards include the Helen Bulls Prize from Poetry Northwest (1976) and a Pushcart Poetry Prize ...

Forrest, Read

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Robert Pring-Mill

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Chen, Maiping

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Benn, Gottfried, 1886-1956

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Vivian Kogan

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Eberhart, Richard, 1904-2005

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Poet and educator. From the description of Richard Eberhart correspondence and poems, 1927-1969. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 71009984 Pulitzer prize winning poet, b. Apr. 5, 1904, Austin, Minn.; d. June 9, 2005, Hanover, N.H. at age 101. From the description of First four lines of "The groundhog", 1961 Feb. 10. (Cornell University Library). WorldCat record id: 639465216 From the description of Autographed "Lenses" poem, 1972. (Cornell University Libra...

Collis, Maurice, 1889-

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Montale, Eugénio, 1896-1981

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Abish, Walter

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Henghes, Heinz, 1906-1975

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Patricia Haugaard

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Hayes, Albert M. (Albert McHarg), 1909-

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Hutchins, Maude Phelps (McVeigh)

http://n2t.net/ark:/99166/w6pq31q7 (person)

Maude Phelps McVeigh Hutchins was born in 1899 in Long Island, New York. She attended St. Margaret’s School in Waterbury, Connecticut, as well as the Yale School of Fine Arts, where she received a B.F.A in 1926. She originally was a sculptor, but later moved on to painting and drawing. Phelps married Robert Maynard Hutchins on September 10, 1921. The couple had three children-Frances Ratcliffe (Franja), Joanna Blessing, and Clarissa Phelps. Hutchins was the a...

Williams,Tennessee, 1911-1983

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American playwright. From the description of Papers of Tennessee Williams [manuscript], 1927-1957. (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id: 647809684 From the description of Typed letters signed (3) : Key West, Chicago and New York, to Seymour Peck, 1961 Jan. 19-1969 Apr. 18. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270875024 From the description of Tennessee Williams letter to Tim Moore [manuscript], 1976 September 13 or 14. (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id:...

Christopher Maurer

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Steiner, Richard, 1948-

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Christopher MacGowan

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Herbert Gold

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Kreiselman, Miriam

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Gustafsson, Lars, 1936-....

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Miroslav Antic.

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Guy Davenport

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by Robert Cohen.

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Mandel, Oscar

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Supervielle, Jules, 1884-1960

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Jules Supervielle, a poet, dramatist, and short-story writer of Basque descent, was born in Montevideo, Uruguay. He died in Paris in 1960. From the guide to the Jules Supervielle collection, 1922-1947, (Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library) Poet, dramatist, and short-story writer of Basque descent. From the description of Jules Supervielle collection, 1922-1947. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 702162439 From the description of Jules Supervielle colle...

Brown, Harry, 1917-1986

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Geochemist. From the description of Oral history interview with Harrison Brown. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 83225199 American author, editor, poet, playwright, and screenwriter; also used pseudonyms Peter McNab and Artie Greengroin. From the description of Harry P. Brown collection, 1937-1975. (Boston University). WorldCat record id: 70971697 Harrison Brown was a noted author, photographer, and traveller. Harrison Brown has al...

Sherry Mangan

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Bulgakov, Mikhail Afanas'evich, 1891-1940.

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Bataille, Christophe

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Jarrell, Randall, 1914-1965

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Randall Jarrell was an American literary critic, poet, children's literature writer, and translator. From the description of Randall Jarrell collection of papers, 1914-1969 bulk (1927-1967). (New York Public Library). WorldCat record id: 122517261 From the guide to the Randall Jarrell collection of papers, 1914-1969, 1927-1967, (The New York Public Library. Henry W. and Albert A. Berg Collection of English and American Literature.) Randall Jarrell was an American po...

Parra, Nicanor, 1914-....

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Bond, Pearl

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Hilda Rosner

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Neruda, Pablo, 1904-1973

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Neruda was a Chilean poet, diplomat, and politician. He won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1971. From the description of Pablo Neruda papers concerning Fulgor y muerte de Joaquin Murieta, 1967-1976 (inclusive), 1967 (bulk). (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 612769868 From the guide to the Pablo Neruda papers concering Fulgor y muerte de Joaquin Murieta, 1967-1976, bulk 1967., (Houghton Library, Harvard College Library, Harvard University) Poet. ...

Porter, Joseph A., 1942-

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American author and faculty member of English Department at Duke University. From the description of Papers, 1962-1995. (Duke University Library). WorldCat record id: 34041056 1942, July 21 Born in Kentucky. 1964 B.A., Harvard University 1964 1965 ...

Robert Hivnor.

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Robert Creeley.

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Rothenberg, Jerome, 1931-....

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American poet, editor, translator, and teacher. Born in New York City, graduated from the City College of New York and the Univ. of Michigan. Began publishing poetry extensively in the 1960s. Deeply interested in ethnopoetics; has translated American Indian poetry and studied Jewish poetry and oral tradition. Has taught widely, most recently at the University of California, San Diego (1988- ). From the description of Jerome Rothenberg papers, 1944-1985. (University of California, San...

Gass, William H., 1924-

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American essayist and novelist William H. Gass was a professor of philosophy at Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri, when he wrote this letter. In 1979 Gass was named David May Distinguished University Professor in the Humanities at Washington University, from which he is now emeritus. He was also the Director of International Writers Center from 1990 to 2000. Born July 30, 1924, in Fargo, North Dakota, William Gass is a ...

Alain, 1868-1951

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Max Brod

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Enid Starkie.

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Zukofsky, Louis, 1904-1978

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American poet. From the description of Poetry manuscripts, [193-] (University of California, San Diego). WorldCat record id: 18447266 American poet, translator. From the description of Louis Zukofsky Collection, 1910-1985. (Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center (HRC); University of Texas at Austin). WorldCat record id: 122385750 Louis Zukofsky was born in Manhattan, on the lower east side, in 1904 to Pinchos and Channa Pruss Zukofsky, immi...

E. Fisher Friedman.

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Rosamond, Lehmann

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Richard, Howard

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Richard Sieburth

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Pacheco, Jose Emilio.

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Flores, Angel, 1900-1994

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Angel Flores was born October 2, 1900 in Puerto Rico. He left Puerto Rico for New York and received his B.A. from New York University (1923), his M.A. from Lafayette College (1925), and his PhD from Cornell University (1947). Flores' career was as literary critic, pundit, teacher, translator, and publisher. He navigated both the English-speaking and Spanish-speaking worlds of literature. Flores is credited with being the first person to apply the term "magical realism" to literature. He was on t...

Hawkes, John, 1925-1998

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American writer and editor, particularly known for experimental fiction. From the description of Correspondence, 1960-1982. (Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center (HRC); University of Texas at Austin). WorldCat record id: 122632937 Hawkes (1925-1998) was an American novelist. From the description of John Hawkes compositions, 1974-1980. (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 612368105 From the guide to the John Hawkes compositions, 1974-1980., (Hough...

Pollet, Elizabeth, 1922-

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Perdita Schaffner.

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Leila Vennewitz

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T. V. Gopala Iyer

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Rothenberg, Jerome, 1924-....

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Ilango Adigal

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Balzac, Honoré de, 1799-1850

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French author. From the description of Autograph letter signed : [n.p.] to [Alphonse] Lamartine, 1840 Mar. 14. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270875523 Honoré de Balzac was a prolific French 19th century novelist best known for his multi-volume work, La comédie humaine. From the description of Honoré de Balzac letter to monsieur, 1843 December 31. (Pennsylvania State University Libraries). WorldCat record id: 40526434 Honeré de Balzac was a French nov...

Lispector, Clarice

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Brazilian author; b. in Ukraine 1924 or 5; d. 1977. From the description of Clarice Lispector collection, 1967-1972. (Boston University). WorldCat record id: 70966975 ...

Williams,Tennessee, 1911-1983

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American playwright. From the description of Papers of Tennessee Williams [manuscript], 1927-1957. (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id: 647809684 From the description of Typed letters signed (3) : Key West, Chicago and New York, to Seymour Peck, 1961 Jan. 19-1969 Apr. 18. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270875024 From the description of Tennessee Williams letter to Tim Moore [manuscript], 1976 September 13 or 14. (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id:...

L. Ferlinghetti.

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Albert, Walter.

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Jacques Barzun

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Barbara Harr. With 2 Ts pages of editor's queries.

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Nile, Jack T.

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Dazai, Osamu, 1909-1948

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Francisco García Lorca

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Qurratulain Hyder

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Marcella Spann

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García Lorca, Federico, 1898-1936

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Blodgett was an Ithaca College faculty member. From the description of El maleficio de la mariposa : (the spell of the butterfly) ; a comedy in two acts and a prologue / by Federico Garcia Lorca 1919 ; translated by Anne Ketcham Blodgett and Marion Lipscomb Miller. [1967?] (Ithaca College Library). WorldCat record id: 49621962 From the description of The house of Bernarda Alba / by Federico Garcia Lorca ; translated by Anne Ketcham Blodgett. [1969?] (Ithaca College Library)....

Donald Gallup.

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Claude Roy

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Louise Bogan

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Mark Strand

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Nurdin Salam

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Legman, G. (Gerson), 1917-

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Mistral, Frédéric, 1830-1914

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Provençal poet and nationalist. From the description of Notes, [ca. 1875]-1913. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 122589673 ...

Bobrowski, Johannes, 1917-1965

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R. D. F. Pring-Mill.

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Sorrentino, Gilbert

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David Markson was born in Albany, New York, on December 20, 1927. He received his B.A. from Union College in 1950 and his M.A. from Columbia University in 1952. He has written seven novels and a critical study. From the description of Letters to David Markson, 1998 Sept. 3-2000 Feb. 5. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122571237 Louis Mackey was known for his works on Kierkegaard, Saint Augustine and Medieval Philosophy. His published work also included literary criticism, lite...

G. Singh

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Parakrama Kodituwakku

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M. D. Elevitch.

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McLean, William Scott

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Lal, P.

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Jack Jones

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Cela, Camilo José, 1916-2002

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Kirstein, George G, 1909-

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Schafer, R. Murray

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Lake, Carlton

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Michael King

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Timm, Uwe, 1940-....

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Huidobro, Vicente, 1893-1948

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Vicente Huidobro, the Chilean poet, novelist, playwright and polemicist, lived much of his life in Europe, where he took part in various avant-garde movements of the 1910s, including Cubism, Dada, and Ultraism. He founded at least seven little magazines. In 1925, he ran for president of Chile. In the 1930s he joined the Communist party and fought in the Spanish Civil War; he also fought in World War II. From the description of Vicente Huidobro papers, 1886-1968. (Getty Research Insti...

André Lefevere

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Neider, Charles, 1915-2001

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Nancy Mitford

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Alan Pryce-Jones.

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Nuland, Sherwin B.

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Epithet: surgeon and writer British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000001186.0x0000e7 ...

Éluard, Paul, 1895-1952

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French poet. From the description of Paul Eluard manuscript, ca. 1950. (Getty Research Institute). WorldCat record id: 79860122 ...

McLeod, Enid

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Robert Fitzgerald.

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Ralph Gladstone

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Janouch, Gustav

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Schwartz, Delmore, 1913-1966

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Delmore Schwartz (1913-1966), writer, editor, and teacher. In 1937, shortly after graduating from New York University, Schwartz published an acclaimed short story, "In Dreams Begin Responsibilities" in the first issue of Partisan Review. In addition to his writing, he served as poetry editor of the Partisan Review and later the New Republic. Schwartz wrote poetry, short stories and essays, criticism, and plays throughout his life but he never established himself as the writer that early praise s...

Barker, George, 1913-1991

http://n2t.net/ark:/99166/w6m90729 (person)

George Granville Barker (1913-1991), the English poet, was born in Essex. He taught in Japan and the United States as well as in England. His highly dramatic poems, often concerned with themes of remorse and pain, led critics to place him, perhaps misleadingly, among the 'New Apocalypse' movement. Barker's published works include: 30 Preliminary Poems (1933); Eros in Dogma (1944); News of the World (1950); The True Confession of George Barker (1950); The View From a Blind I (1962); Thurgarton Ch...

Leo Hamalian

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Miller, Henry, 1891-1980.

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Novelist. From the description of Papers, 1952-1957. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 155457225 Henry Miller (1891-1980) was an American author. He was known for his experimental, surrealist novels, such as Tropic of Cancer, which mixed fiction and autobiography. His writing was controversial for its graphic depictions of sexuality, leading to a 1964 obscenity trial in the United States, Grove Press, Inc. v. Gerstein. From the guide to the Henry Miller Letter, unda...

Ransom, John Crowe, 1888-1974

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American poet and educator. From the description of Letter to Mrs. F.E. Lund [manuscript], 1968 February 12. (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id: 647833566 John Crowe Ransom, noted poet, critic, educator and editor, was born April 30, 1888 in Pulaski, Tennessee. He graduated from Vanderbilt University in 1909, was a Rhodes Scholar at Christ Church, Oxford, 1910-1913, and joined the faculty of Vanderbilt in 1914, where he taught English until 1937. While at Vanderbil...

Caṭṭopādhyāẏa, Baṅkimacandra, 1838-1894

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Kirstein, Lincoln

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American ballet director, writer, and dance historian, 1907-1995. Lincoln Kirstein was born in Rochester, NY, educated at Harvard (B.A. 1929, M.A. 1930). He married Fidelma Cadmus, sister of artist, Paul Cadmus, in 1941 and served in the U.S. Army 1943-45. He co-founded School of American Ballet with George Balanchine and Edward M.M. Warburg in 1934. Participated in the founding and/or direction of American Ballet in 1935, Ballet Caravan 1936-41, Ballet Society in 1946, and became general direct...

Froula, Christine, 1950-....

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Sanesi, Roberto

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Andrew Bromfield

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Lehner, Christine, 1952-

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Claude Pélieu.

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Tina Jolas

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Yohannan, John D.

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George Marion O'Donnell

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G. Craig Houson

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Frederick Turner

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Linda Welshimer Wagner

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Yankee Typesetters

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Elizabeth Brock

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Creeley, Robert, 1926-2005

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Sponsored by Stanford University, the English Department, the Creative Writing Program, the Stanford Humanities Center, the Stanford Library, and the Library Associates. From the description of A symposium on his poetry and his place in American letters : recording, 2005 Nov. 5. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 754864090 David Shaff was at Yale at this time; he wrote and edited poetry. From the description of Letters to David O. Schaff, 1962-1965. (Unknown). WorldC...

Alain-Fournier, 1886-1914

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James Purdy.

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Kono, Taeko, 1926-

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F. O. Matthiessen

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Brecht, Bertolt, 1898-1956

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Brecht was a German dramatist and poet. Karl Korsch was a Marxist theoretician. From the description of Correspondence with Karl Korsch, 1934-ca.1954. (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 122556373 From the guide to the Bertolt Brecht correspondence with Karl Korsch, ca. 1934-1954., (Houghton Library, Harvard College Library, Harvard University) Reyersbach was a pediatrician with special training in endocrinology and rheumatic diseases; she came to the U.S. in ...

Ewart, Gavin

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Mario Hernández

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Thomas, Dylan, 1914-1953

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Dylan Thomas was a Welsh poet who first achieved recognition with "Eighteen Poems" (1934). He wrote both prose and radio plays, including "Portrait of the Artist as a Young Dog" (1940), "Deaths and Entrances" (1946), "Under Milkwood" (1954), and "Adventures in the Skin Trade" (1955). From the description of Dylan Thomas collection. [1935-1953]. (University of Victoria Libraries). WorldCat record id: 660196437 Welsh author Dylan Thomas occupies a controversial place among 20t...

J. Laughlin

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Burton Hatlen

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Read, Herbert, 1893-1968

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Sir Herbert Edward Read was a poet, art critic and champion of modern art in Britain. He produced approximately 1,150 titles on a broad range of topics. His 80 monographs include: 26 on art and artists; 14 on literary criticism; 13 collections of poetry; 10 on politics, primarily on anarchism; 7 on "belles lettres" and biography; 5 on education, most notably "Education Through Art"; and 5 autobiographies. From the description of Sir Herbert Edward Read fonds. [1918-1965]. (University...

Yvonne I. Sandstroem

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Bradford Morrow

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Lloyd, Alexander

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Blau, Herbert.

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Ben Shahn

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Merton, Thomas, 1915-1968

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Trappist monk and author. From the description of Thomas Merton Collection, 1940-1986. (Boston College). WorldCat record id: 32689646 Thomas Merton (Father Louis), M.A. Columbia 1939, was a widely read Catholic author and social critic who lived as a member of the Cistercian Order of the Strict Observance, the Trappists, from 1941 till his death in Bangkok in 1968. From the description of Thomas Merton papers, 1923-1989. (Columbia University In the City of New Yo...

Jacob, Max

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Klaus Mann

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Damon, S. Foster

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American poet. Professor in Department of English, Brown University, 1927-1963. Curator of the Harris Collection of American Poetry and Plays, John Hay Library, Brown University, 1930-1963. From the description of Letter, 1956, January 17, Providence, Rhode Island, to Mr. Jonah. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122639408 Poet, dramatist, Blake scholar. Professor of English at Brown University and Curator of Harris Collection of American Poetry and Plays. From the d...

Bioy Casares, Adolfo

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Argentine author; also wrote under pseudonym B. Suárez Lynch and with Jorge Luis Borges under joint pseudonym H. Bustos Domecq; b. 1914; d. 1999. From the description of Adolfo Bioy-Casares collection, 1947-1985. (Boston University). WorldCat record id: 70971123 ...

Peter Tegel

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Fowlie, Wallace, 1908-1998

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Teacher, writer, critic, and translator at Duke University in Durham, N.C. From the description of Wallace Fowlie papers, 1939-1996 and undated. (Duke University Library). WorldCat record id: 38237517 1908, Nov. 8 Wallace Fowlie born in Brookline, Massachussetts 1936 Received Doctorate from Harvard University ...

A. M. Klein

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Trilling, Lionel, 1905-1975

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Correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Lionel Trilling and his wife, Diana Trilling. From the description of Letters, 1970-1976, to Lewis Mumford. (University of Pennsylvania Library). WorldCat record id: 155876900 Professor. From the description of Reminiscences of Lionel Trilling: oral history, 1968. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 122394116 Lionel Trilling was a successful author, educator, and scholar, but his greates...

Charles Tomlinson

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Elizabeth Brown Moen

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Edinger, Edward F.

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Eliot Weinberger

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Jean Garrigue

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Rahv, Philip, 1908-1973

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Will Kirkland

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Maria Horvath

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Carlos Bauer

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Norah Smallwood

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Van Doren, Mark, 1894-1972

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Correspondence to Lewis Mumford from Mark Van Doren and his wife, Dorothy Van Doren. From the description of Letters, 1965-1978, to Lewis Mumford. (University of Pennsylvania Library). WorldCat record id: 155877479 Mark Van Doren was an American author, scholar, and educator. He is probably best remembered for his long tenure as Columbia professor, where he was noted for his inspired Humanities courses and respect for students. His poetry was meticulously well-crafted and gr...

Cassill, R. V. (Ronald Verlin), 1919-2002

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Author and critic Ron Verlin Cassill was born on May 17, 1919, in Cedar Falls, IA, son of Mary Elizabeth Glosser and Howard Earl Cassill. Following his graduation from Blakesburg High School, Cassill enrolled in the University of Iowa, taking his bachelor's degree magna cum laude in 1939. In 1949 he joined the University of Iowa's Writer's Workshop as an instructor of English. Cassill remained at Iowa until 1952. Following a dispute with University and English Department administration over the ...

Dahlberg, Edward, 1900-1977

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Edward Dahlberg was an American poet, novelist, and critic. From the description of Edward Dahlberg fonds. [1930]. (University of Victoria Libraries). WorldCat record id: 667848419 American novelist, essayist, autobiographer, literary critic, and poet. From the description of Edward Dahlberg papers, circa 1925-1980. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 754864299 Biography Edward Dahlberg, American writer of...

J. C. Ghosh

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Bax, Mart

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Dudley Fitts.

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Monique Altschul

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Carswell, John

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Raymond Foye.

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Choromanski, Michal

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Burton, Naomi.

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Sandstroem, Yvonne L.

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Ranjini Obeyeskere

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Webster Schott.

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Richard Ellmann

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Céline, Louis-Ferdinand, 1894-1961

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Mort à crédit was published in Paris in May 1936. From the description of Mort à crédit : typescript with manuscript alterations, [ca. 1932-1936] (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 612817798 From the description of Mort à crédit : manuscript, [ca. 1932-1936]. (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 612766558 ...

Van Wyck Brooks

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H.D. (Hilda Doolittle), 1886-1961

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Hilda Doolittle was born in Bethlehem, Pa., in 1886. Doolittle made a name for herself as a poet, playwright and novelist. As an admirer of Ezra Pound, Doolittle established herself as part of the Imagist genre and was married to one of its leading exponents, Richard Aldington. From the description of Letter, [between 1921 and 1931]. (Temple University Libraries). WorldCat record id: 122541829 Hilda Doolittle (1886-1961), American poet, published as H. D. at the suggestion o...

Jean Joubert

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Antin, David

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David Antin is a performance artist, experimental poet, curator, and critic who developed a unique literary form, the "talk piece." He has been a key figure in the New York literary and art scene for forty years, and was a long-time professor at the University of California at San Diego. From the description of David Antin papers, 1954-2006. (Getty Research Institute). WorldCat record id: 668135856 Biographical/Historical Note ...

Xueliang Chen.

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Rakosi, Carl, 1903-2004

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American poet associated with the Objectivist School of poetry that flourished under the influence of Louis Zukofsky during the 1930s and 40s. Rakosi also worked as a social worker and psychotherapist under the psuedonym Callman Rawley. From the description of Papers, 1903-2002. (University of California, San Diego). WorldCat record id: 33267001 Biography Carl Rakosi was born on November 6, 1903, in Berlin, Germany, and c...

Ford, Charles Henri

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Charles Henri Ford (1913- ), writer, editor, and poet, is best known for his collections of surrealist poetry and for editing Blues, 1929-30, and View, 1940-1947. From the guide to the Charles Henri Ford Papers Addition, 1928-1947, (Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library) Poet, artist, filmmaker, and editor, Charles Henri Ford was regarded as America's first surrealist poet. Charles Henri Ford was born on February 10, ...

Davenport, Guy

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Author and illustrator (Nov. 23, 1927-Jan. 4, 2005). Nov. 23, 1927 Born in Anderson, South Carolina 1944 1948 Studied classics and English literature at Duke University 1948 Won Rhodes Scholarship to Merton College, Oxford ...

Sutton, Walter Stanborough, 1877-1916

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Cendrars, Blaise

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French poet and fiction writer. From the description of The Legend of Sutter's Gold : advanced typed copy, translated into English by Will Brownell, 1979. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122445500 ...

Albert Bermel.

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Daniélou, Alain.

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Bonnie S. McDougal

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Paley, Grace, 1922-2007

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Grace Paley (b. Grace Goodside, Dec. 11, 1922, Bronx, NY-d. Aug. 22, 2007, Thetford, VT) attended Hunter College and The New School where she studied with W. H. Auden. She married June 20, 1942, Grace Goodside married cinematographer Jess Paley in 1942 and had two children before getting divorced. Paley married poet Robert Nichols 1n 1972. She taught at Sarah Lawrence College. Her first collection was published in 1959. A known pacifist and social activist, Paley joined the War Resisters Leagu...

Rosenthal, Raymond.

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Randall, Margaret, 1936-

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Randall moved to Cuba from the United States in 1969 to study the status of women there. From the description of Essays, 1979, n.d. (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 232007880 Randall has been a poet, editor, and author. She was born in New York but spent most of her adult life in Latin America, moving from Albuquerque, New Mexico, to Mexico in 1961, then to Cuba in 1969, and from there to Nicaragua in 1980, returning to Albuquerque in 1984. From the desc...

William Cookson.

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Howe, Susan, 1937-

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BIOGRAPHY Born in 1937, Susan Howe's career as a poet grew from a painting and drawing career and began, with the exception of publications of earlier poems in serials, with the 1974 edition of Hinge Picture (New York, Telephone Books). Closely associated with the late 1970s and 1980s Language Poets' movement, Susan Howe's poetry and scholarship are most accurately characterized as language based and experimental. Howe's early training and c...

Zahn, Curtis

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Allen, Donald M. (Donald Macomber), 1926-

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Breon Mitchell

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Moynahan, Julian

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Marnie Weill

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Richard Meyers

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Tim Parks

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Oppen, George

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James Weil is a poet, former editor of Elizabeth magazine, and publisher of Elizabeth Press, which promoted work by second and third generation objectivist poets such as William Bronk, Cid Corman, John Taggart and Ted Enslin. George Oppen is one of the original objectivist poets and recipient of the Pulitizer prize for his work Of being numerous. Oppen's work often appeared in Elizabeth, and he was a mentor and friend to Taggart, Enslin and other poets published by Weil. From the des...

Jackson, R. Bryer.

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Berto, Giuseppe

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Beidao, 1949-....

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Mirra Ginsburg

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Kusano, Shinpei, 1903-

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John Heffron Porter

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Nicklaus, Frederick.

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M. L. Rosenthal

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Waugh, Evelyn, 1903-1966

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English novelist and travel writer. From the description of Evelyn Waugh Collection, 1843-1994 (bulk 1910-1966). (Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center (HRC); University of Texas at Austin). WorldCat record id: 122492298 Evelyn Arthur St. John Waugh (1903-1966) ranks as one of the outstanding satiric novelists of the 20th century. Hilariously savage wit and complete command of the English language were hallmarks of his style. He was born in London on Oct. 28, 1903, the son...

Fitzgerald, Penelope Laurans

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Robert Hazel

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Mary de Rachewiltz

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Marc Estrin.

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André Maurois

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Kerner, David

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Sobin, Gustaf

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Omar Pound

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Greenberg, Samuel, 1893-1917

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American poet born in Vienna. From the description of The apology to love! : [New York] : autograph manuscript of the sonnet, [n.d.]. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270497404 ...

George Wickes

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Tucci, Niccolò, 1908-....

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Born in Switzerland, raised in Italy, becoming U.S. citizen in 1953; author, playwright, and journalist; wrote in Italian and English; d. 1999. From the description of Niccolo Tucci collection, [193-]-[197-]. (Boston University). WorldCat record id: 70969790 Novelist and journalist; writes in Italian and English. From the description of Niccolò Tucci collection, 1930-1979. (Boston University). WorldCat record id: 70958595 ...

Mostly typescript, but some contributions are printed pages.

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Felstiner, John

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Gottfried Benn.

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Salvator Attanasio.

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Merton, Thomas, 1915-1968

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Trappist monk and author. From the description of Thomas Merton Collection, 1940-1986. (Boston College). WorldCat record id: 32689646 Thomas Merton (Father Louis), M.A. Columbia 1939, was a widely read Catholic author and social critic who lived as a member of the Cistercian Order of the Strict Observance, the Trappists, from 1941 till his death in Bangkok in 1968. From the description of Thomas Merton papers, 1923-1989. (Columbia University In the City of New Yo...

Victor Lange

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Parrot, Louis

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Snyder, Gary, 1930-....

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Poet, essayist, translator, Zen Buddhist, environmentalist, and teacher, Gary Snyder is considered one of the most significant environmental writers of the twentieth century and a central figure in environmental activism. From the description of Papers, 1910-2003 1945-2002. (University of California, Davis). WorldCat record id: 30107060 Gary Snyder (1930- ), poet, essayist, translator, Zen Buddhist, environmentalist, lecturer, and teacher, is considered one of the most signi...

Mary McCarthy

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Wensinger, Arthur S.

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Patrick Hart

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Georg Büchner

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Gold, Herbert

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Isherwood, Christopher, 1904-1986

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After Isherwood dropped out of Cambridge University in 1925, he became the private secretary to the French violinist André Mangeot. Mangeot's son, Sylvain, the manuscript's illustrator, would become the Diplomatic Editor for the Reuters News Agency and the author of The Adventures of a Manchurian: The Story of Lobsang Thondup (Collins, 1974). From the description of People one ought to know : autograph manuscript signed : [London], January 1926. (New York Public Library). WorldCat r...

Hawkes, John, 1937-

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Joyce, James, 1882-1941

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James Augustus Aloysius Joyce was born on February 2, 1882, in Rathgar, a borough of Dublin, Ireland, the eldest of ten children who survived infancy. In 1888 he was enrolled at Clongowes Wood College, a Jesuit boarding school near Dublin, where he stayed until 1891. Thereafter he attended Belvedere College, and then University College, Dublin, where he graduated in 1902 with a major in Italian. While at UCD Joyce wrote a paper in defense of Henrik Ibsen's drama called Drama and Life, which was ...

Michaux, Henri, 1899-

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Linda Hamalian

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Fenollosa, Ernest, 1853-1908

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Fenollosa was a poet and student of Oriental art. He taught at the Imperial University of Tokyo (1878-1886) and was manager of the Tokyo Fine Arts Academy and the Imperial Museum. From 1890 to 1897 he was curator of Oriental art at the Boston Museum of Fine Arts. From the description of Ernest Francisco Fenollosa papers, 1881-1952 (inclusive), 1881-1909 (bulk). (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 612366391 From the guide to the Ernest Francisco Fenollosa papers, 1881-1...

Gregory Corso.

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Ali, Ahmed, 1910-1994

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DeMott, Benjamin, 1924-2005

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Everson, William, 1912-1994

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American poet, printer, and activist. Everson was a conscientious objector during the later years of World War II, and was associated with Kenneth Rexroth and his circle in San Francisco in the late 1940s. He converted to Roman Catholicism in 1949, joined the Catholic Workers Movement, and eventually entered the Dominican Religious Order in 1950, taking the name Brother Antoninus. Everson was associated with the San Francisco Renaissance of the late 1950s. He left the Dominican order in 1971. ...

Delmore Schwartz

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Robert Coles

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Vasko Popa

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Wallace, Emily Mitchell

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Heppenstall, Rayner, 1911-1981

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(John) Rayner Heppenstall (1911-1981), the novelist, poet, critic, BBC producer, and criminal historian, was born in Lockwood, Huddersfield, on 27 July 1911 and educated at Huddersfield College and Leeds University, where he graduated in Modern Languages in 1932, and obtained a Diploma in Education in 1933. After a brief period teaching in Dagenham, he moved to London to start a career as a freelance writer and critic. Here he met many other writers and wrote most of his published poetry before ...

Guerney, Bernard Guilbert, 1894-1979

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Sophocles

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Richard L. O'Connell

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John Vetch

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Flanner, Hildegarde, 1899-1987

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Hildegarde Flanner was an American poet whose works were published in various periodicals and in books illustrated by her husband, Frederick Monhoff. From the description of Papers of Hildegarde Flanner, 1923-1983 (bulk 1923-1953). (Huntington Library, Art Collections & Botanical Gardens). WorldCat record id: 228721108 Flanner was born in Indianapolis and attended Shortridge High School and the University of California. She became a poet of some renown, and also wrote pl...

Frank MacShane

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Dowell, Coleman

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Bradford Morrow is an American novelist, essayist, poet, editor, and writer of short fiction. He was born on April 8, 1951, in Baltimore, Maryland, and grew up in Littleton, Colorado. In 1968 he was awarded an American Field Service scholarship to finish his senior year of high school as a foreign exchange student at the Liceo Scientifico in Cuneo, Italy. In 1972 he received his Bachelor of Arts degree (summa cum laude) from the University of Colorado, Boulder. After doing graduate ...

Daumal, René, 1908-1944

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Saigyō, 1118-1190

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Smith, D. Howard (David Howard), 1900-

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Stephen Sartarelli

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Carol Tinker.

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Ling, Chung

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E. B. Ashton.

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Zinik, Zinovii.

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Kenner, Hugh

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William Saroyan

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Robert Hivnor. Some superseded pages are at the back.

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Williams, William Eric

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Carson, Anne, 1950-....

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Duncan, Robert, 1919-1988

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California poet. From the description of Robert Edward Duncan papers, 1960-1977. (University of California, Berkeley). WorldCat record id: 122545242 Robert Duncan (January 7, 1919 -February 3, 1988) was an American poet and a student of H.D. and the Western esoteric tradition who spent most of his career in and around San Francisco. Though associated with any number of literary traditions and schools, Duncan is often identified with the poets of the New American Poetry and B...

Lawrence Ferlinghetti.

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E. E. Cummings.

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Mark van Doren

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Palmer, Michael, 1942-2013

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Klein, A. M. (Abraham Moses), 1909-1972

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A. M. Klein was a Canadian poet who was born in the Ukraine of orthodox Jewish parents; he grew up in Montreal and became a lawyer by profession. As a student at McGill he founded a literary magazine and was associated with the "Montreal Group" of poets. His publications include: Hath Not a Jew (1940); The Hitleriad (1944); The Rocking Chair (1948); and Collected Poems; (1990). From the description of A. M. Klein collection. [1948]. (University of Victoria Libraries). WorldCat record...

Lewis, Wyndham, 1882-1957

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Wyndham Lewis was an artist, novelist, and critic, who was born in Canada but lived for many years in England. He was a leader of the Vorticist movement. From the guide to the Wyndham Lewis collection, 1877-1975, (Division of Rare and Manuscript Collections, Cornell University Library) English author and painter. From the description of Letters, 1921-1934. (University of Iowa Libraries). WorldCat record id: 233126882 Author and artist Wyndham Lewis was b...

Smith, William Jay

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William Jay Smith was born April 22, 1918, in Winnfield, LA. He followed a career as a writer and teacher in English. He is best known as a poet, both for adults and children, and has received awards and honors for his portry. He also worked as a translator, being fluent in French and Italian, and also familiar with Spanish and Russian. Biographical Sources: Something About the Author, vols. 2, 68 Something About the Author Autobiography Series, vol. 22 From the guide to the William ...

Conrad, Joseph, 1857-1924

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Joseph Conrad, a major British writer, was born in Poland and became a British subject in 1887. After a twenty year career at sea, he published his first novel, "Almayer's Folly" (1895), successfully launching his writing career. From the description of Letters-Manuscripts, 1908-1913. (Temple University Libraries). WorldCat record id: 122588887 Novelist and short story writer who was born Jozef Konrad Teodor Korzeniowski in Berdichev, Ukraine, and became a British citizen in...

Christopher Middleton

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Rimbaud, Arthur, 1854-1891

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Epithet: poet British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000297.0x000348 ...

William Everson

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Lihn, Enrique

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Biographical/Historical Note Chilean poet, artist and critic. Enrique Lihn was born in Santiago de Chile in 1929. He studied at the Escuela de Bellas Artes, first painting, then literature, and published his first book of poetry, Nada se escurre in 1949. He became a well-known poet, playwright, and novelist in Latin America. Though published in the United States, he remained relatively unknown to English readers. He taught Latin American lite...

Theodore Spencer

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Rothmann, Ralf

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Henry Weinfield

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Greer, Herb

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T. W. Earp

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Viereck, Peter, 1916-2006

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Peter Viereck (1916-2006) was an American Pulitzer Prize-winning poet, and a professor of history at Mount Holyoke College. From the guide to the Peter Viereck Manuscripts, 1963-1965, (Special Collections Research Center, Syracuse University Libraries) Peter Viereck is an accomplished American poet, historian, and scholar. His verse features a unique gift for rhyme, lyricism, and an almost metaphysical infatuation with ideas. His combination of traditional forms with intelle...

Rilke, Ranier Maria, 1875-1926

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Bird, Carmel, 1940-....

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Novelist, short story writer, reviewer. From the description of [Carmel Bird manuscript collection]. 1983-1997. (Libraries Australia). WorldCat record id: 224000519 Writer. Bird's published books include "Dear Writer" (1968) and "The Bluebird Cafe" (1990). She was a friend of the writer and printmaker Barbara Hanrahan. From the description of Papers of Carmel Bird [manuscript]. 1987-2000. (Libraries Australia). WorldCat record id: 225849711 ...

Edmund Wilson

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Howell, Douglass

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Maistre, Xavier de, 1763-1852.

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French artist and writer. From the description of Letter, ca. 1850, to Giacinto Gigante. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 82675362 ...

Corman, Cid

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American poet and editor of the small magazine Origin. From the description of Letters : Dorchester, Massachusetts, to Mr. & Mrs. Kirgo, 1951 May 8-July 9. (University of California, San Diego). WorldCat record id: 32415686 Highly prolific poet, translator, and prose writer, Cid Corman was born in Boston in 1924. He enrolled as an undergraduate at Tufts University in 1941, graduating in 1945. He completed post-graduate work at the University of Michigan and the Universit...

Landolfi, Tommaso, 1908-

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Richard Gilman

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Borgeson, Paul W.

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Tolman, Jon M.

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Ralph Maud

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Guntram H. Weber

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Hiler, Hilaire, 1898-1966

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Hilaire Hiler, painter, costume and set designer, muralist, musician, writer and psychologist was born Hiler Harzberg in St. Paul, Minn. Lived in various places in the United States including Santa Fe, N.M.; also lived in Paris, France where he died in 1966. From the description of Papers, 1849-1966; (bulk 1920-1940). (University of New Mexico-Main Campus). WorldCat record id: 33849956 Mural painter, designer, decorator, writer. From the description of Hilaire Hi...

Cooke, Susette Ternent

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Ilankovatikal.

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Ezra Pound

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Walser, Martin, 1927-....

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Lea Baechler

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Barry Ahearn

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Raymond E. F. Larsson

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Georg Mann.

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Shiraishi, Kazuko

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Burton Raffel

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S. Leonard Rubenstein

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Chakravarty, Amiya Chandra

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Professor of literature and humanities at Forman Christian College and University of Calcutta; professor of philosophy at College of New Palz, beginning 1967; lecturer throughout the U.S., and abroad; adviser to Indian delegation to the United Nations; delegate to UNESCO conferences; and member of board of India Committee, Danforth Foundation. From the description of Amiya Chakravarty collection, 1915-1978. (Boston University). WorldCat record id: 70922507 ...

Duncan, Ronald, 1914-1982

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Author. From the description of Papers 1960. (Indiana University). WorldCat record id: 702663838 Ronald Duncan, playwright. From the description of The death of Satan: typescript, 1955. (New York Public Library). WorldCat record id: 122626260 Ronald Duncan (1914-1982) was born of Austro-German parents in Salisbury, Rhodesia (now Harare, Zimbabwe) in 1914. When World War One broke out Ronald came to South London with his mother and sister. Hi...

Gary Snyder

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Clinton, Atkinson

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Carol Cosman

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Richard Pevear

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Heine, Heinrich, 1797-1856

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German poet. From the description of An Fritz St(einmann). In's Stammbuch : Bonn : autograph manuscript of the poem signed, 1820 Aug. 7. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 269604269 Heine's last poem, inspired by Elise Krinitz whom Heine called La Mouche. From the description of Für die Mouche : manuscript, 1856. (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 612758138 Heine, German lyric poet. From the description of [Letter] 1848 Juni 10, Passy, [...

Gahagan, Judy

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McClure, Michael.

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Michael McClure was an American poet, playwright, songwriter, and novelist, and part of the Beat Generation of poetry. He was one of five authors who read at the famous San Francisco Six Gallery reading, and became close with Jack Kerouac, being immortalized as Pat McLean in Big Sur. He is known as the Prince of the Frisco Scene. From the guide to the Michael McClure letter to Diane di Prima, September 1968, (Ohio University) San Francisco-based ...

Enid McLeod.

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Reverdy, Pierre, 1889-1960

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French poet. From the description of La plus longue presence (essay), 1955. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 82778039 ...

Friedman, Rudolph

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Muller, Herbert Joseph, 1905-....

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Corporal, German army. From the description of Herbert Müller correspondence, 1941-1945. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 123379368 Biographical/Historical Note Corporal, German army. From the guide to the Herbert Müller correspondence, 1941-1945, (Hoover Institution Archives) ...

Michael Finegold

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Guss, David M.

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Hidde Van Ameyden van Duym.

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Robert Bertholt

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Dawe, Margaret, 1957-

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Guy Wernham

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Nims, John Frederick, 1913-1999

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American poet, editor, and translator. From the description of John Frederick Nims collection of miscellaneous writings and reviews, 1936-1998. (Indiana University). WorldCat record id: 776694600 ...

Scott, Thomas L.

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Creeley, Robert, 1926-2005

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Sponsored by Stanford University, the English Department, the Creative Writing Program, the Stanford Humanities Center, the Stanford Library, and the Library Associates. From the description of A symposium on his poetry and his place in American letters : recording, 2005 Nov. 5. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 754864090 David Shaff was at Yale at this time; he wrote and edited poetry. From the description of Letters to David O. Schaff, 1962-1965. (Unknown). WorldC...

Willard Maas.

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Bowles, Paul, 1910-1999

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American expatriate writer and novelist. From the description of Letter to Bob Sharrard, 1986 December. (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id: 54097458 American expatriate author living in Morocco. From the description of Papers of Paul Bowles [manuscript], 1957-1984 ca. (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id: 647821107 American expatriate writer. From the description of Paul Bowles letter to Bob Sharrard [manuscript], 1987 March...

Eileen Arthurton Barker

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George McWhirter

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Robert Scholes

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Norse, Harold.

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American poet, critic, essayist, and editor. From the description of Poetry, prose writings, and translations, ca. 1953-1959. (Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center (HRC); University of Texas at Austin). WorldCat record id: 122530567 Harold Norse -- poet, critic and essayist -- was born in New York in 1916 and educated at Brooklyn College and New York University. Norse's book of poems, The undersea mountain, was published in 1953. Since then he has published 6 volumes of p...

Cocteau, Jean

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French poet, novelist, dramatist, designer, boxing manager, playwright and filmmaker. Antonin Artaud -- French poet, essayist, actor and director -- was the leading playwright of the 'Theatre of Cruelty.' From the description of Le moine de M.G. Lewis raconté par Antonin Artaud [manuscript], ca. 1931 / Jean Cocteau. (Indiana University). WorldCat record id: 318989605 French poet, novelist, playwright, and artist. From the description of Autograph letter signed :...

Scott, Peter Dale

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Bronk, William

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BIOGHIST REQUIRED American poet; born in 1918 in Fort Edward, N.Y. and was the author of more than 15 books of poems and essays and a winner of the American Book Award in 1982. William Bronk died on 22 Feb 1999. From the guide to the William Bronk Papers, 1908-1999., (Columbia University Rare Book and Manuscript Library, ) Poet and 1982 winner of the American Book Award. From the description of William Bronk papers, 1939-1995 1961-1986. (Manchester City Library)....

Janet K. Swaffar

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Guigonnat, Henri.

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Hasan Shah, 18th cent.

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Brita Lindberg-Seyersted

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Donald Finkel

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Clark, Tom, 1941-....

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Tom Clark wrote a biography of Edward Dorn: EDWARD DORN : A WORLD OF DIFFERENCE, 2002. Clark envisioned a 2-part biography but never completed the second volume. Some of this material would have been used in the latter. From the description of Edward Dorn papers, circa 1930-2002. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 754863675 Poet, biographer, novelist, dramatist, reviewer, and sportswriter. From the description of Tom Clark papers, 1984. (Duke University Library). Wor...

Hubert Creekmore

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Guérard, Albert J. (Albert Joseph), 1914-

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Guérard is an emeritus professor of English at Stanford University and a novelist. From the description of Research materials on John Hawkes, 1959-1994. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 754866725 From the description of Research Materials on Lya de Putti and Lois Moran, 1923-1996. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122510610 Albert Joseph Guérard is Professor Emeritus of English at Stanford University, and a novelist. From the description of Albert J. Guéra...

Koval, Alexander

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Joseph de Maistre

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Moore, Thomas H.

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William, Alexander

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Andersch, Alfred, 1914-1980

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Rudd Fleming

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Washburn, Katherine

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Nichols, Robert, 1919-2010

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Mishima, Yukio, 1925-1970

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Rexroth, Kenneth, 1905-1982

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Born Dec. 22, 1905 in South Bend, IN; campaigned for many radical groups, particularly the Wobblies (Industrial Workers of the World), and espoused eroticism and general anarchy; influenced by poet William Carlos Williams and the Second Chicago Renaissance; founded San Francisco Poetry Center with Lawrence Ferlinghetti and Allen Ginsberg; although his Bohemian lifestyle was emulated by Beats, he did not like the movement for its artistic excess and lack of rigor; noted as an accomplished painter...

Pound, Ezra, 1885-1972

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Ezra Pound (1885-1972), American poet and critic. From the description of Ezra Pound collection, 1911-1920. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 173863170 Poet. From the description of Papers, 1915-1959. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 122529234 From the description of Ezra Loomis Pound, 1885-1972 correspondence, 1912(ca.)-1938. (New York State Historical Documents). WorldCat record id: 155533520 Ezra Pound (1885-197...

Queirós, Eça de, 1845-1900

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Kerouac, Jack, 1922-1969

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Jack Kerouac (1922-1969) was an American Beat novelist, essayist, and poet. From the description of Jack Kerouac Papers, 1920-1977 bulk 1935-1969. (New York Public Library). WorldCat record id: 122354098 Jack Kerouac was an American Beat novelist, essayist, and poet. From the description of Jack Kerouac collection of papers, 1943-1969. (New York Public Library). WorldCat record id: 122313929 From the guide to the Jack Kerouac collection of papers, 1942]-...

Hermann Strohbach

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Costa, Margaret Jull

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Reznikoff, Charles, 1894-1976

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Charles Reznikoff (1894-1976), was a writer, editor, and poet. Born in Brooklyn, New York, he studied both journalism and law. He is most well-known for By the Waters of Manhattan (1962), a selected edition of his poems. His poetry was influenced by Yiddish sources and his fiction and plays typically dealt with Jewish themes, especially the plight of urban Jews in the United States. His non-fiction writing included The Jews of Charleston: A History of an American Jewish Community (1950), which w...

Bangs, Carol Jane, 1949-

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Edith Sitwell

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Baca, Jimmy Santiago, 1952-

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Jimmy Santiago Baca, an American writer, was born in Santa Fe, New Mexico, on January 2, 1952. At the age of twenty-one he was sentenced to five years in a maximum security prison for drug offenses. In prison he learned to read and write and began to compose poetry. His book Martin & Meditations on the South Valley, a pair of long narrative poems, won an American Book Award in 1988. In addition to his poetry collections and stories, Baca wrote the screenplay for the movie Bound by Honor, which w...

Bartlett, Lee, 1950-....

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Sargent, Geoffrey W.

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Patricio Lerzundi

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Pasternak, Boris Leonidovich, 1890-1960

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Pasternak was a Russian poet, who declined the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1958 for his novel Doctor Zhivago. Reavey was an English surrealist poet. From the description of Letters to George Reavey, 1931-1960. (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 77990740 From the guide to the Boris Leonidovich Pasternak Letters to George Reavey, 1931-1960., (Houghton Library, Harvard College Library, Harvard University) Boris Leonidovich Pasternak, 1890-1960 ...

Jarry, Alfred, 1873-1907

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Canetti, Veza, 1897-1963

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William Burford

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Michael Henry Heim

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Baudelaire, Charles, 1821-1867

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Charles Baudelaire is widely regarded as one of the best French poets of the 19th century; he also wrote art criticism and translated the tales of Edgar Allan Poe. From the description of Charles Baudelaire letters, 1859-1863. (Pennsylvania State University Libraries). WorldCat record id: 40526418 French poet and art critic. From the description of Letter : to Paul Chenavard, Paris. 1863 Nov. 25. (Getty Research Institute). WorldCat record id: 81339728 ...

Queneau, Raymond, 1903-1976

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Queneau (1903-1973), a French writer and editor, worked with the Surrealists as a young man before he founded "Oulipo" (Ouvroir de Littérature potentielle). As an editor at Gallimard publishers, he was influential in the publication and support of avant-garde movements and their proponents. Queneau began publishing Isou in the late 1940s and was supportive of him and his efforts to establish Lettrism. From the description of Lettrism papers, 1946-1965. (Getty Research Institute). Wo...

Anthony Bower

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John Hawkes.

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Kafka, Franz, 1883-1924

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Franz Kafka (b. July 3, 1883, Prague, Czech Republic–d. June 3, 1924, Klosterneuburg, Austria) was a novelist and short story writer, widely regarded as one of the major figures of 20th-century literature. His work, which fuses elements of realism and the fantastic, typically features isolated protagonists faced by bizarre or surrealistic predicaments and incomprehensible social-bureaucratic powers, and has been interpreted as exploring themes of alienation, existential anxiety, guilt, and absur...

Weinberger, Eliot

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Guérard, Albert J. (Albert Joseph), 1914-

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Guérard is an emeritus professor of English at Stanford University and a novelist. From the description of Research materials on John Hawkes, 1959-1994. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 754866725 From the description of Research Materials on Lya de Putti and Lois Moran, 1923-1996. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122510610 Albert Joseph Guérard is Professor Emeritus of English at Stanford University, and a novelist. From the description of Albert J. Guéra...

Purdy, James, 1914-2009

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James Otis Purdy (July 17, 1914 - March 13, 2009) was an American novelist, short story-writer, poet, and playwright who debuted in 1956. Purdy was born in Hicksville, Ohio, and attended Bowling Green State College (now Bowling Green State University), the University of Chicago and the University of Puebla in Mexico. His most well-known works are the novels "Malcolm" and "The Nephew.": From the guide to the James Purdy papers, 1956-1973, (Ohio University) ...

Cohen, Jonathan

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Seidensticker, Edward G.

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Barbara Wright

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David Gershator

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Borchert, Wolfgang, 1921-1947

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Joan Davies

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Irby, James East, 1931-

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Irby was a former professor of Romance Languages and Literature at Princeton University. From the description of James East Irby collection on Jose ́Bianco and Jorge Luis Borges, 1962-1973. (Princeton University Library). WorldCat record id: 81993435 ...

Herbert Cahoon.

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Cāttanār.

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Lenz, Siegfried, 1926-....

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Michael Hulse

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Tu, Fu (712-770).

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Clara Gyorgyey

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Hall, James B.

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Denise Levertov

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Niedecker, Lorine

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American poet; b. 1903; d. 1970. From the description of Lorine Niedecker collection, 1969. (Boston University). WorldCat record id: 70969526 ...

Cary, Joyce, 1888-1957

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Joyce Cary was a British author, best known as a novelist. Born in Londonderry, Northern Ireland, and raised in England, Cary was a sickly youth who showed a talent for writing and painting; he studied art, but questioned his ability and quit to attend Trinity College, Oxford, instead. He served with the Red Cross during the Balkan War, and joined the Nigerian Political Service, spending his spare time reading and writing. He found initial success with short fiction, and as he began to write nov...

D. J. Enright

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Blackmur, R. P. (Richard P.), 1904-1965

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American literary critic, author, and professor of English at Princeton University from 1951. From the description of Manuscripts. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 122529910 Blackmur was an American literary critic and poet. From the description of Poems, 1921-1964. (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 122505745 From the guide to the R. P. (Richard P.) Blackmur poems, 1921-1964., (Houghton Library, Harvard College L...

Gould, Forence

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Levertov, Denise, 1923-1997

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The interview took place at Wells College, New York. From the description of Audio interviews with poet Denise Levertov by Clive Scott Chisholm : sound recordings, 1973 Jan. 27. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 754864806 Correspondence to Lewis and Sophia Mumford from Denise Levertov and her husband, Mitchell Goodman. From the description of Letters, 1965-1976, to Lewis and Sophia Mumford. (University of Pennsylvania Library). WorldCat record id: 155871475 ...

Guérard, Albert J. (Albert Joseph), 1914-

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Guérard is an emeritus professor of English at Stanford University and a novelist. From the description of Research materials on John Hawkes, 1959-1994. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 754866725 From the description of Research Materials on Lya de Putti and Lois Moran, 1923-1996. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122510610 Albert Joseph Guérard is Professor Emeritus of English at Stanford University, and a novelist. From the description of Albert J. Guéra...

John Berryman.

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Hutchins, Robert Maynard, 1899-1977

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University president; interviewee d.1977. From the description of Reminiscences of Robert Maynard Hutchins : oral history, 1967. (Columbia University In the City of New York). WorldCat record id: 309740103 American author and University administrator. From the description of Typed letters signed (2) : Chicago, to Edward Wagenknecht, 1941 Feb. 4 and Apr. 15. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270868116 From the CSDI Collection (Mss 18) descriptio...

Goodman, Paul, 1911-1972

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Paul Goodman was a social critic, essayist, writer of fiction, poet and psychotherapist. From the description of Paul Goodman papers, 1925-1983 (inclusive), 1929-1972 (bulk). (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 612452789 Paul Goodman, a New Yorker, wrote some novels and poetry, but was primarily known for his many non-fiction works on political theory, psychology, city planning, education, and other social issues. He was a literary critic for the Partisan review and te...

García Lorca, Francisco, 1902-1936

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Kay Boyle.

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Derleth, August, 1909-1971

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August William Derleth, 1909-1971, was an author. Although Derleth's literary strengths are exemplified in his nostalgic writings about the Midwestern prairies, he is best remembered for his "weird" fiction, fantasy, and science fiction works. From the guide to the Derleth mss., 1958-1965, (Lilly Library (Indiana University, Bloomington) http://www.indiana.edu/~liblilly) American author. From the description of Typed letters signed (108) : Sauk City, Wis., to Edw...

Alejandro Carrión

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Elizabeth Bishop

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Kaufman, Bob

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Busch, Frederick, 1941-

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Roberta Dworkis

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Vittorini, Elio, 1908-1966.

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Friedman, Melvin J.

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Alastair Reid

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Irving Howe

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Rolfe, Frederick, 1860-1913

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English novelist and historian "Baron Corvo." From the description of Autograph letters signed "Fr. Rolfe" (4) : Kensington, to J.B. Pinker, the literary agent, 1904 May 30-Jun. 16. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270657195 Frederick Rolfe was an English novelist, essayist, and short-story writer. He wrote under the pseudonym Baron Corvo. From the description of Frederick Rolfe collection of papers, 1891-1954 bulk (1891-1910). (New York Public Library). WorldCat r...

Fitts, Dudley, 1903-1968

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Dudley Fitts (1903-1968), poet, translator, literary critic, and educator. From the description of Dudley Fitts papers, 1928-1968 (bulk 1941-1943). (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 702139069 Dudley Fitts was a poet, translator, literary critic, and educator. Fitts was perhaps best known for his translations of classical texts. He translated several works by Aristophanes, including Lysistrata (1954), The Frogs (1955), The Birds (1957), and Ladies' Day (1959) and, i...

Andrews, Wayne.

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Wayne Andrews (1913-1987) was born in Kenilworth, Illinois and educated in the Winnetka public schools, Lawrenceville School, and Harvard. He received his doctorate in American history at Columbia University under Allan Nevins; his Ph.D. thesis, "Architecture, Ambition and Americans," was among the first important analyses of culture as it relates to architecture. From 1948 to 1956 he was Curator of Manuscripts at the New York Historical Society, and from 1956 to 1963 he was an editor at Charles...

Rexroth, Kenneth, 1905-1982

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Born Dec. 22, 1905 in South Bend, IN; campaigned for many radical groups, particularly the Wobblies (Industrial Workers of the World), and espoused eroticism and general anarchy; influenced by poet William Carlos Williams and the Second Chicago Renaissance; founded San Francisco Poetry Center with Lawrence Ferlinghetti and Allen Ginsberg; although his Bohemian lifestyle was emulated by Beats, he did not like the movement for its artistic excess and lack of rigor; noted as an accomplished painter...

Winters, Yvor, 1900-1968

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Merlin was a Hollywood writer, story editor, producer, director, and literary critic. From the description of Letters to Milton S. Merlin, 1930-1931. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 754872436 Poet and professor of English, Winters joined the faculty of Stanford in 1928; he became a full professor in 1949. From the description of Yvor Winters papers, 1943-1968. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 702129506 American writer and literary critic. From t...

Cattanar.

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Kenneth Rexroth

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Goodman, Paul

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Ostaijen, Paul van, 1896-1928

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W. H. Hutton

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Zabel, Morton Dauwen, 1901-1964

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Morton Dauwen Zabel (1901-1964), author, critic, editor and scholar of nineteenth-century English and European literature. Received his PhD from the University of Chicago in 1933. Zabel served as associate editor of Poetry: A Magazine of Verse from 1928-1936 and full editor 1936-1937. His professional association with the University of Chicago began in 1947 when he was appointed to the English Department and actively continued until his death in 1964. From the description of Morton D...