John R. Hawkins '56 literary manuscript collection, 1972-80.

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Hawkins, John R. John R. Hawkins '56 literary manuscript collection, 1972-80.

John R. Hawkins '56 literary manuscript collection, 1972-80.

The collection is formed around the correspondence of more than 60 authors with John R. Hawkins. In most cases, this is combined with a 2-3 page preface, generally in typescript form to be published by the First Edition Society along with a work selected by the Society for a special edition. Authors include: Simone De Beauvoir, Dee Brown, Bruce Catton, John Cheever, Robert Coles, William Faulkner, John Fowles, Antonia Fraser, John Kenneth Galbraith, Shirley Ann Grau, John Le Carré, Anne Morrow Lindbergh, Norman Mailer, Bernard Malamud, Peter Matthiessen, James Michener, Joyce Carol Oates, Walker Percy, Philip Roth, William Safire, Françoise Sagan, Harrison Salisbury, William Saroyan, Isaac Bashevis Singer, C.P. Snow, Wallace Stegner, Irving Stone, William Styron, Paul Theroux, Barbara Tuchman, John Updike, Leon Uris, Kurt Vonnegut, Eudora Welty, Jessamyn West and Herman Wouk.

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Stegner, Wallace, 1909-1993.

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Wouk, Herman, 1915-....

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Hawkins, John R.

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John R. Hawkins, a graduate of Haverford College, was editor of the First Edition Society of the Franklin Library in Philadelphia. From the description of John R. Hawkins '56 literary manuscript collection, 1972-80. (Haverford College Library). WorldCat record id: 27673209 ...

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Oates, Joyce Carol, 1938-....

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West, Jessamyn, 1968-....

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Brown, Dee, 1908-2002

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College of Agriculture Librarian (1948-1972) and noted author From the guide to the Dorris Alexander "Dee" Brown Publications, 1972, (University of Illinois Archives) ...

Cheever, John

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