Papers of Michael Ryan [manuscript], 1968-1989.


Papers of Michael Ryan [manuscript], 1968-1989.

The collection contains manuscripts, notes, lectures, articles, correspondence, printed miscellany, and teaching material from college courses. There are manuscripts for 56 titled poems by Ryan as well as several untitled and miscellaneous pieces, short stories and screenplays; drafts of his book "In winter," drafts and notes for articles and lectures, particularly on Wallace Stevens, T.S. Eliot, and Stanley Kunitz; and several class papers. College teaching papers include files for classes and seminars at Goddard College and Southern Methodist University; recommendations; grant applications; contracts; employment letters and biographical information.

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SNAC Resource ID: 7921623

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