Office files, of The American Poetry Review, 1978-1998.


Office files, of The American Poetry Review, 1978-1998.

Comprises 30 items, 30 leaves correspondence plus manuscripts for publication. Contains translation by Anne Frydman and Valentine of poetry by Osip Mandelʹshtam. Includes translation by Valentine of Huub Oosterhuis' Orpheus. Contains material from Farrar, Straus & Giroux, Inc. Includes interview of Valentine by and letters from Michael Klein. Oversize galley in folder 5488.

10 folders.

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Farrar, Straus & Giroux, Inc. (corporateBody)

Valentine, Jeanette (person)

Jean Valentine was born in Chicago, Illinois, on April 27, 1934, to John and Jean Purcell Valentine. Later, the family moved to Massachusetts, where Valentine attended Milton Academy Girls School. In 1952 Valentine entered Radcliffe College, and majored in English. In December 1955, a Harvard University student publication, The Harvard Advocate, published her "Poem," which received a favorable review in The Harvard Crimson. Valentine graduated cum laude in 1956. Valentine married James Chase in ...

Klein, Micha. (person)

Oosterhuis, Huub (person)

Mandelʹshtam, Osip, 1891-1938 (person)

Osip Mandelshtam was a Russian poet, novelist, essayist and critic. A member of the Guild of Poets, a radical faction of the acmeist movement in poetry, he criticized the literary conformity demanded by Russia's new communist government. In 1918, he narrowly escpaed execution after destroying a stack of death warrants belonging to a government official. In 1934, Mandelshtam was arrested after reading an anti-Stalin poem to a group of friends, one of whom informed on him....