Papers, 1939-2000 (bulk 1970-2000).

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Stoppard, Tom. Papers, 1939-2000 (bulk 1970-2000).

Papers, 1939-2000 (bulk 1970-2000).

The Stoppard papers consist of typescripts, holograph manuscripts, computer printouts, page proofs, galley proofs, printed pages, theatre programs, photographs, photographic negatives, advertising material, clippings of articles and reviews, correspondence, dust jackets, and watercolor sketches by unknown artists, all ranging in date from 1939 to 2000 (bulk 19760-2000). Nearly all of Stoppard's major plays, screenplays, teleplays, and radio plays are represented in some form, along with many of his lesser-known works and some that were never produced. Stoppard's short stories are not well documented in the collection, although his only novel, LORD MALQUIST AND MR. MOON, is represented. For many works, material from first or early drafts through various revisions, production, further revisions, and publication are present. Page proofs, galleys, and typesetting copy typescripts show changes made in subsequent editions after the initial publication of a work. Correspondence in the collection relates almost exclusively to Stoppard's career and is primarily incoming correspondence. Significant correspondents include Ed Berman, Dirk Bogarde, John Boorman, Noel Carr, Michael Codron, Guy Dumur, Kenneth Ewing, Faber and Faber, Lady Antonia Fraser, Michael Frayn, David Hare, Glynn Boyd Harte, Michael Horovitz, Ilya Levin, Bryan Magee, Trevor Nunn, Laurence Olivier, Harold Pinter, Ned Sherrin, Anthony C.H. Smith, and Kenneth Tynan. Materials relating to Stoppard's involvement in human rights and charitable organizations are also present, as are photographs and personal memorabilia.

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