Charles Bernstein papers, 1962-2000.

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Bernstein, Charles, 1950-. Charles Bernstein papers, 1962-2000.

Charles Bernstein papers, 1962-2000.

Literary papers of a United States poet, writer and editor documenting his career from the early 1960s to 2000. The collection contains correspondence with writers, editors, publishers, artists, and family members; notebooks and journals; manuscripts, typescripts and publication materials for poems, essays and other collected works; and documentation of collaborations, especially the multi-authored poem Legend. Includes high school and college writings and notebooks; medical journal writing for hire; and editorial projects, including the LANGUAGE Journal and Boundry 2. Also contains copies of prepublication writings of others; production and business materials pertaining to L=A=N=G=U=A=G=E, Segue Books, and the Asylum Press.

50 lin. ft. (129 archives boxes, 5 card file boxes and 5 oversize folders)

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Late 20th-century American poet acknowledged as a leader of the LANGUAGE movement, Charles Bernstein was born in New York City in 1950 and Educated at Harvard University (1968-1972). He founded, and co-edited with Bruce Andrews, the LANGUAGE Journal; published over fifteen works of his collected poetry. Bernstein teaches literature and poetry at the State University of New York in Buffalo. From the description of Charles Bernstein papers, 1962-2000. (University of California, San Die...

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Silliman, Ronald, 1946-....

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