Anne Sexton Papers, 1912-1996, (bulk 1953-1974).

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Sexton, Anne, 1928-1974. Anne Sexton Papers, 1912-1996, (bulk 1953-1974).

Anne Sexton Papers, 1912-1996, (bulk 1953-1974).

Manuscripts, correspondence, financial records, contracts with her publishers, notes from her presentations, and samples of her students' poetry comprise the bulk of the Anne Sexton Papers, 1912-1996 (bulk 1953-1974). The collection is organized into four series, with materials arranged alphabetically by title or author. The papers thoroughly explore Sexton's writing career from her earliest poems to the materials published after her death. Working copies of all the major collections of verse are included, as are multiple versions of her best known play, Mercy Street. Individual poems demonstrate Sexton's editing methods, as do various published and unpublished short stories. Diaries, interviews, articles, and materials from her many presentations fill out the Works series. Correspondence includes a variety of Sexton's personal and business correspondence. There is a large quantity of correspondence with colleges and institutions requesting readings or Sexton's attendence at various functions, as well as communication between Sexton and magazines, her publishers, fellow poets, students, friends, and family. Of particular note are letters between Sexton and Lois Amos, Michael Bearpark, Saul Bellow, Michael Benedikt, Elizabeth Bishop, Louise Conant, Morton Courier, Dorianne Goetz, Anthony Hecht, Houghton, Mifflin and Company, The Hudson Review, Barbara Kevles, Maxine Kumin, Philip Legler, Robert Lowell, George MacBeth, Jack McCarthy, John Mood, Marianne Moore, The New Yorker, Dennis O'Brien, Tillie Olsen, Oxford University Press, Sylvia Plath, Al Poulin, Alfred Sexton, Dick Sherwood, Robin Skelton, Alice Smith, William Snodgrass, George Starbuck, Brian Sweeney, John Updike, Anne Wilder, and James Wright. The remainder of the material is composed of drafts of other authors' works, fan mail sent to Sexton, school memorabilia, photographs of Sexton and others, a notebook of newspaper clippings about Sexton kept by Alice Smith, a letter from William Wallace Denslow to Arthur Staples in 1912, and a set of page proofs for a German translation of Anne Sexton: A Self-Portrait in Letters, published in 1996. At the time of their acquisition by the Ransom Center, some of the Sexton materials were closed for use. The restrictions were lifted in 2011 and the materials then housed and described as Series IV, Formerly closed materials, were made available. Included in these materials are typescript drafts of early works, correspondence, four journals containing detailed information on Sexton's therapy sessions, and audio tapes of therapy sessions.

44 boxes (18.52 linear feet), 12 galley folders, 1 oversize folder.

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Dickey, James Ronald, 1934-

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American poet; b. 1923. From the description of Papers, 1954-1970. (Washington University in St. Louis). WorldCat record id: 26089516 Poet and author. Born 1923. From the description of May Day sermon to the women of Gilmer County, Georgia ... : corrected typescript, circa 1967. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 71132470 James Dickey, (1923-1997), American poet and novelist. From the description of James Dickey papers, circa 1924-1997 (bulk 1961...