John Fowles Papers ca. 1926-1992


John Fowles Papers ca. 1926-1992

The papers encompass all of Fowles' major works, including , with accompanying correspondence, production materials, contracts, and research materials, as well as published and unpublished essays, novels, plays, poems, and short stories. There are numerous adaptions of his works, and books and dissertations about Fowles and his works. The papers also include nearly a half-century of Fowles's diaries, and a few photographs. The French Lieutenant's Woman


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