Maxine Hong Kingston papers, 1952-1999.

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Kingston, Maxine Hong. Maxine Hong Kingston papers, 1952-1999.

Maxine Hong Kingston papers, 1952-1999.

The Maxine Hong Kingston Papers contain typescripts, proofs and galleys, announcements, reviews, and related material for Kingston's books, "The Woman Warrior" and "China Men," as well as other material related to her writing. The collection dates from 1952 to 1999 and has been divided into six series: Books; Other Writings; Correspondence; Professional Papers; Biographical Research Materials; Teaching Career; and Personal and Family Papers. In addition to her writings, the collection includes documentation of Kingston's teaching career, speaking engagements, and honors. The correspondence is particularly rich and includes correspondence with other well-known authors, including Joan Didion and Jessica Hagedorn, publishers, and fans. Family correspondence can be found in the Personal and Family Papers series.

61 boxes, 16 oversize boxes, 4 oversize folders, and 1 volume (30 linear feet)Vol. 1 (formerly carton 2, folder 23a; Chinese edition of China Men) : 1 microfilm reel : negative (BNEG Box 1595) and positive.

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