Joel Fineman Papers, ca. 1974-1989


Joel Fineman Papers, ca. 1974-1989

Collection includes professional and personal correspondence, articles and extensive notes and research regarding Fineman's Shakespearean literary scholarship, emphasizing the principles of contemporary psychoanalysis and structuralism as tools of criticism.

Number of containers: 2 boxes, 4 cartons; Linear feet: 5.8


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