Papers of Ann Beattie [manuscript], 1988-1989.


Papers of Ann Beattie [manuscript], 1988-1989.

Papers contain typescripts of "Picturing Will," and short stories "Distant music," "Nineteen years," "The sweetest song," "Windy day at the resevoir," and "The working girl," together with a letter from Robert Shapard and one from Rust Hills on editorial matters. With these are manuscripts or proofs of books by other authors: "As much as I know" by Susan Thames, "Extraordinary people" by Paul Gervais, "Getting Jesus in the mood" by Anne Brashler, "The phoenix tree and other stories" by Satoko Kizaki, "Plain grief" by Maxine Chernoff, "Such a lovely couple" by Linda Yellin, "Under the light" by Sam Michel, "After moondog" by Jane Shapiro, "The brothers K" by David James Duncan, "And the desert shall blossom" by Phyllis Barber. Also "The elephant" by Richard Rayner, "The evening star" by Larry McMurtry, "Final heat" by Philip Lee Williams, "The late night muse" by Better Pesetsky, "The patron saint of liars" by Ann Patchett, "Secret anniversaries" by Scott Spencer, "The sun maiden" by Erika Taylor, "Touching the rock: an experience of blindness" by John M. Hull, and "The tree of knowledge" by Eva Figes. Summary available.

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SNAC Resource ID: 7921581

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