William Kent Rose papers, [ca. 1940]-1968.

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Rose, W. K. William Kent Rose papers, [ca. 1940]-1968.

William Kent Rose papers, [ca. 1940]-1968.

Correspondence with publishers and many contemporary literary figures, college notebooks and notes, course materials, publications and reviews, manuscripts, and published materials on Wyndham Lewis and other writers. Includes manuscripts by Jane Brown, Charles Burkhart, W.G. Isaak, and David Kahma. Correspondents include Richard Aldington, Joseph Alsop, Agnes Bedford, Clive Bell, Quentin Bell, Saul Bellow, Elizabeth Bishop, Elizabeth Bowen, Kenneth Clark, Ivy Compton-Burnett, T.S. Eliot, Duncan Grant, Peggy Guggenheim, Granville Hicks, Robert Kennedy, Denise Levertov, Anne Wyndham Lewis, Wyndham Lewis, Dwight MacDonald, Archibald MacLeish, Marshall McLuhan, Marianne Moore, Iris Murdoch, Dorothy Pound (Mrs. Ezra Pound), Ezra Pound, Dame Edith Sitwell, Adlai Stevenson, Julian Symons, Eudora Welty, and Rebecca West.

12 cubic ft. (13 boxes)

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