Emery George papers, 1965-[ongoing].


Emery George papers, 1965-[ongoing].

Correspondence with authors, scholars, poets, and editors; manuscript and printed versions of poetry printed by George's Kylix Press; notes, drafts, typescripts, and proofs of articles, reviews, and the major editorial works "Contemporary East European poetry,"(Ardis Press, 1983; Oxford University Press, 1993), and "Husbanding the golden grain: studies in honor of Henry W. Nordmeyer," (University of Michigan, 1973). Also includes large series on Friedrich Hölderlin and Miklʹos Radnʹoti, reflecting George's primary subjects of research and translation.

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