New Orleans Review Collection, 1968-1980, bulk 1970-1978.
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The New Orleans Review (NOR) began in 1967-1968 when Loyola faculty member Miller Williams studied the feasability of the university publishing a journal of literature and culture. Such a venture, Williams concluded, would enhance Loyola's intellectual life. Loyola President Homer Jolley, SJ., approved the project, and in the fall of 1968 the first issue of the NOR appeared. The journal's first three issues were published by Loyola for the New Orleans Consortium--which consisted of St. Mary's Do...
American author and teacher; b. Gordon Allison Weaver, 1937. From the description of Gordon Weaver collection, 1968-2000. (Boston University). WorldCat record id: 71015281 ...
William Walsh, an Irish-Catholic New Orleanian born in 1925, joined the Society of Jesus in 1942. He left the order in 1973, but remained ambilavent about his decision to enter secular life. Walsh was at a personal crossroads when he read Lancelot, trying to determine his future. Having also been impressed by Percy's earlier writings, particularly The Message in the Bottle, he believed that Percy could be a source of guidance. As it turned out, Walsh and Percy never met in person and they spoke ...
John Kennedy Toole was born in New Orleans in 1937 and graduated from Tulane University. He earned a master's degree from Columbia University. He served in the army and later taught at Hunter College, the University of Southwestern Louisiana (now University of Louisiana at Lafayette), and Dominican College. Toole commited suicide in 1969. In 1981 he was posthumously awarded the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction for his novel A Confederacy of Dunces. From the description of John Kennedy Tool...