Nicholas Delbanco papers, 1956-<2010>, bulk 1966-2000.

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Nicholas Delbanco papers, 1956-<2010>, bulk 1966-2000.

Collection includes manuscripts, personal materials, professional records, clippings, and a substantial collection of correspondence with authors, publishers and literary agents. These materials document Delbanco's relationships with many prominent authors such as John Updike and John Gardner, the creative process of manuscript development through subsequent publication, and the unfolding of his professional career as a teacher and an author.

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