Review of Contemporary Fiction / Dalkey Archive Press : records, 1980-1988.


Review of Contemporary Fiction / Dalkey Archive Press : records, 1980-1988.

Correspondence, literary manuscripts, typescripts, proofs and final copies, as well as interviews with contemporary writers. There is an addition to the collection which is shelved separately, accession number 1990-108, which includes 18 volumes of uncorrected galleys, 1986-1990.

30 linear feet.

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Lehman, David, 1948-.... (person)

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Fallon, Peter, 1951-.... (person)

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Reed, Ishmael, 1938-.... (person)

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Markson, David. (person)

Epithet: writer British Library Archives and Manuscripts Catalogue : Person : Description : ark:/81055/vdc_100000000758.0x00034c David Markson is a graduate of Columbia University where he obtained his M.A. Markson's interest in Malcolm Lowry gave rise to his master's thesis which examined Lowry's novel, Under the Volcano, and then the publication of a book, Malcolm Lowry's Volcano (1978). From the description of David Markson fonds. 1957-1979. (University of Bri...

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O'Brien, Michael, 1943-.... (person)

Biographer of Michigan Senator Philip A. Hart. From the description of Michael O'Brien sound recordings, 1987-1990. (University of Michigan). WorldCat record id: 424611577 ...

Murdoch, Iris (person)

Iris Murdoch (1919-1999) was an Irish-born British author and philosopher. From the guide to the Iris Murdoch typescript, no date, (Ohio University) Author and phiolosopher. From the description of Papers of Iris Murdoch, [1953-1994?]. (University of Iowa Libraries). WorldCat record id: 233111762 Irish philosopher, teacher, and novelist, Iris Murdoch (1919-1999) was acquainted with and influenced by philosophers such as Jean-Paul Sartre and by bohemian a...

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Mosley, Nicholas, 1923-.... (person)

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John Hawkes was a member of the 50th Massachusetts Regiment, writing from Camp Parapet, near New Orleans, La., to a member of his family in Maine. From the description of John Hawkes letter, 1863. (Louisiana State University). WorldCat record id: 268971685 American writer of novellas, novels, plays, and experimental post-modern fiction, born August 17, 1925; died May 15, 1998. From the description of Notebook, ca.1947-1948. (New York Public Library). WorldCat rec...

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Bradbury, Malcolm, 1932-2000 (person)

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Kerrigan, Anthony (person)

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Dillon, Millicent. (person)

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Oates, Joyce Carol, 1938-.... (person)

As the winner of the National Book Award for her 1970 novel Them and the recipient of four O. Henry awards and numerous other literary prizes, Joyce Carol Oates is among the most distinguished writers in the United States. In her considerable body of work, she has created an array of male and female protagonists from a diversity of regional, economic, and occupational backgrounds. In the four decades since her first book, the short-story collection By the North Gate, appeared to critical acclaim...

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Fabre, Michel (person)

Michel and Genevieve Fabre founded the Center for Afro-American Studies at the University of Paris, and have been leading scholars of African American culture in France. Michel Fabre is the foremost biographer of Richard Wright, and intimately fimiliar with the Wright family and with African American artists, writers, and musicians throughout Europe. Genevieve Fabre is a scholar of African-American theater and literature, and co-chaired the first Harvard University Du Bois Institute Working Grou...

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Ford Foundation professor and professor of comparative literature, classics and English at Brown University (retired 1988); critic, playwright and poet; asst. prof., University of California, 1953-1957; prof. of English and comparative literature, Western Reserve University, 1957-1961; prof. of comparative literature and English, SUNY at Buffalo, 1963-1978; appointed prof. of comparative literature at Brown in 1978 and Ford Foundation professor in 1986. Born 1925; died 7 July 1998. F...

Sorrentino, Gilbert (person)

David Markson was born in Albany, New York, on December 20, 1927. He received his B.A. from Union College in 1950 and his M.A. from Columbia University in 1952. He has written seven novels and a critical study. From the description of Letters to David Markson, 1998 Sept. 3-2000 Feb. 5. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122571237 Louis Mackey was known for his works on Kierkegaard, Saint Augustine and Medieval Philosophy. His published work also included literary criticism, lite...

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