John Sepich papers, 1989-1991.


John Sepich papers, 1989-1991.

Master's thesis of John Sepich called "Notes on Blood Meridian" (223 pp., University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 1989), a commentary on "Blood Meridian, or, The Evening Redness in the West" (1985) by Cormac McCarthy; a letter, undated, from McCarthy to Sepich briefly commenting on Sepich's thesis; and three short letters, 20 November 1990 and 1 March and 19 August 1991, from Shelby Foote, also about Sepich's commentary. There are also letters from others about Sepich's research and other materials.

ca. 30 items.

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