Hugh Kenner Papers 1916-1994, n.d., bulk 1943-1994

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Hugh Kenner Papers TXRC02-A5., 1916-1994, n.d., bulk 1943-1994

Hugh Kenner Papers 1916-1994, n.d., bulk 1943-1994

The collection includes correspondence, offprints, clippings, typescripts, galley proofs, photographs, tearsheets, drawings, computer printouts and program sheets, holograph notes and drafts, notebooks, and academic papers documenting Hugh Kenner's career as a critic, scholar, and educator. Subjects include Kenner's numerous published works on Ezra Pound, James Joyce, Samuel Beckett, Buckminster Fuller, mathematics, computing, poetry and literature in general.

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