Letters to Dan Norton regarding the Peters Rushton Seminar in Contemporary Prose and Poetry [manuscript] 1950.

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Norton, Daniel Silas, 1908-1951. Letters to Dan Norton regarding the Peters Rushton Seminar in Contemporary Prose and Poetry [manuscript] 1950.

Letters to Dan Norton regarding the Peters Rushton Seminar in Contemporary Prose and Poetry [manuscript] 1950.

The collection contains letters from T. S. Eliot, 15 Aug. 1950; Archibald MacLeish, undated; and e.e. cummings, 17 Mar. 1950.

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Eliot, T.S. (Thomas Stearns), 1888-1965

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American poet and critic. From the description of Letter to Walter Elder, Kenyon College, Gambier, Ohio [manuscript], 1946 July 1. (University of Virginia). WorldCat record id: 647823193 English poet, playwright, critic, editor, and publisher. From the description of Letters, 1950 Mar. 10 and 1958 Nov. 14, London [England], to M[ary] Elis[!]abeth Barber, London [England]. (University of Michigan). WorldCat record id: 34364335 Revolutionary American born ...

Norton, Daniel Silas, 1908-1951

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Macleish, Archibald

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Archibald MacLeish (1892-1982) was an American poet. Kaiser is a professor of comparative literature at Harvard. From the description of Letters to Walter Jacob Kaiser, 1955-1957 and undated. (Harvard University). WorldCat record id: 612367921 MacLeish (1892-1982) was a Pulitzer Prize winning American poet, playwright, teacher, librarian of Congress, and public official. He was also Boylston professor at Harvard (1949-1962). From the description of Scratch : manu...

Peters Rushton Seminar in Contemporary Prose and Poetry.

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Cummings, E.E. (Edward Estlin), 1894-1962

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E. E. (Edward Estlin) Cummings was born in Cambridge, Massachusetts in 1894. While at Harvard, he delivered a daring commencement address on modernist artistic innovations, thus announcing the direction his own work would take. In 1917, after working briefly for a mail-order publishing company, the only regular employment in his career, Cummings volunteered to serve in the Norton-Harjes Ambulance group in France. Here he and a friend were imprisoned (on false grounds) for three months in a Frenc...