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Fri Mar 21 17:07:46 2014 UTClccn-n790771780.00Papers : of Peter Taylor,0.341.00Papers, ca. 1930-198122261787Elizabeth_Hardwick_(writer)n 79077178309845Lowell, Elizabeth Hardwick,Lowell, Elizabeth Hardwick, 1916-2007lccn-n79006936Melville, Herman1819-1891lccn-n78089822Didion, Joanlccn-n79018616Updike, Johnlccn-n50044141Masters, Edgar Lee1868-1950lccn-n78095539James, William1842-1910lccn-n79108379Barnes, Djunalccn-n79151500Wharton, Edith1862-1937lccn-n80037754Gordimer, Nadinelccn-n78091982James, Henry1843-1916lccn-n79104227Capote, Truman1924-1984Hardwick, ElizabethFictionBiographyCriticism, interpretation, etcSea storiesAutobiographical fictionRecords and correspondencePsychological fictionBildungsromansLegal storiesBibliographySailorsMerchant marinersEngland--LiverpoolSeafaring lifeWomenEnglandAmericansYoung menKentuckyAmerican literatureWomen authorsMelville, Herman,LiteratureAuthors, AmericanNovelists, AmericanNew York (State)--New YorkBishop, Elizabeth,McCarthy, Mary,Porter, Katherine Anne,Wilson, Edmund,Masters, Edgar Lee,Stein, Gertrude,Capote, Truman,Lindsay, Vachel,Wharton, Edith,James, Henry,United StatesWomen authors, AmericanCivilizationEnglish literatureLiterature and societyEnglish-speaking countriesUpdike, JohnCheever, JohnDidion, JoanMailer, NormanRoth, PhilipFuller, Margaret,Ford, RichardGordimer, NadineBarnes, DjunaCorrespondence (James, William)Dreiser, Theodore,Sandburg, Carl,Anderson, Sherwood,Hawthorne, Nathaniel,Plath, SylviaNabokov, Vladimir Vladimirovich,Millay, Edna St. Vincent,O'Neill, Eugene,19162007193719451948195019531955196019611962196319641965196619681970197119731974197519771978197919801981198219831984198519861987198819891990199219931994199719981999200020012002200320062009201020112013201411685124328813.3PS3515.A5672ocn000372272ocn313080802ocn556989944ocn644590645ocn652418891ocn029052687ocn441579699ocn469871476ocn010044687ocn798547410ocn798544381218735ocn000745832book19740.31Hardwick, ElizabethSeduction and betrayal; women and literatureCriticism, interpretation, etcIbsen's female characters as well as the Brontë sisters, Zelda Fitzgerald, Sylvia Plath, Virginia Woolf, Dorothy Wordsworth, and Jane Carlyle are considered in essays studying contrasts in heroism+-+6327785945159713ocn043751753book20000.24Hardwick, ElizabethHerman MelvilleBiographyThe complex author of the quintessential American masterpiece is demystified by a leading contemporary critic. Hardwick's novelistic flair reveals a former whaleship deck-hand whose voyages were the stuff of travel romances that seduced the public. A single novel, an eternal classic, established him as a founding father of American literature. Now, a century after his death, a new popular surge of interest in Herman Melville calls for Elizabeth Hardwick's rich analysis of "the whole of Melville's works, uneven as it is, & the challenging shape of his life, a story of the creative history of an extraordinary American genius." Hardwick's superb critical interpretation & award-winning novelistic flair reveal a former whaleship deck hand whose voyages were the stuff of travel romances that seduced the public. Later, a self-described "thought-diver" into "the truth of the human heart" Melville harbored a bitterness that knew no bounds when that same public failed to embrace his masterwork, Moby-Dick. Invaluable for enthusiasts of American literature, Herman Melville is itself a masterpiece of critical commentary in the tradition of D.H. Lawrence's Studies in Classic American Literature+-+9306435215132117ocn004493557book19790.28Hardwick, ElizabethSleepless nightsFiction9479ocn009019442book19830.33Hardwick, ElizabethBartleby in Manhattan : and other essays92616ocn000256153book19620.39Hardwick, ElizabethA view of my own; essays in literature and societyCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+26419476453247215ocn037721313book19980.31Hardwick, ElizabethSight-readings : American fictionsCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyDiscusses Edith Wharton, Margaret Fuller, Gertrude Stein, John Cheever, John Updike, Philip Roth, Joan Didion, Richard Ford, Katherine Anne Porter, Edmund Wilson, Norman Mailer, Mary McCarthy, Elizabeth Bishop, Nadine Gordimer, Djuna Barnes, and Henry James+-+92765002856209ocn041310960book19980.31Hardwick, ElizabethAmerican fictionsCriticism, interpretation, etc"A tour of a century of American writers, from the novels of Melville, Wharton and James to the fictions of Margaret Fuller, Sylvia Plath and Norman Mailer. Twenty-five years ago, Elizabeth Hardwick's now classic essay "Seduction and Betrayal" helped pioneer the study of women in fiction, both as writers and as characters. American Fictions gathers for the first time Hardwick's portraits of America's greatest writers. Many of these pieces double as invaluable reminiscences about close friends, including Mary McCarthy, Katherine Anne Porter and Edmund Wilson. Hardwick has achieved a permanent place in American letters for her sharp and elegant style. Her essays are themselves a work of literature."--BOOK JACKET+-+77390202855703ocn000372272book19610.50James, WilliamSelected letters48813ocn007577712book19450.50Hardwick, ElizabethThe ghostly loverFiction+-+959765533542114ocn007653396book19550.53Hardwick, ElizabethThe simple truthFictionLegal stories+-+43419476453154ocn004195073book19780.47Graubard, Stephen RichardsA New America? : Essays3093ocn014643040book19860.21The best American essays 1986Compiles a selection of the best literary essays of the year 1985 which were originally published in American periodicals21912ocn006603146book19610.39James, WilliamThe selected letters of William JamesRecords and correspondence2078ocn429022042book20100.47Hardwick, ElizabethThe New York stories of Elizabeth HardwickFictionElizabeth Hardwick was one of America's great postwar women of letters, celebrated as a novelist and as an essayist. Until now, however, her slim but remarkable achievement as a writer of short stories has remained largely hidden, with her work tucked away in the pages of the periodicals'such asPartisan Review, The New Yorker, and The New York Review of Books'in which it originally appeared. This first collection of Hardwick's short fiction reveals her brilliance as a stylist and as an observer of contemporary life. A young woman returns from New York to her childhood Kentucky home and discovers the world of difference within her. A girl's boyfriend is not quite good enough, his "silvery eyes, light and cool, revealing nothing except pure possibility, like a coin in hand." A magazine editor's life falls strangely to pieces after she loses both her husband and her job. Individual lives and the life of New York, the setting or backdrop for most of these stories, are strikingly and memorably depicted in Hardwick's beautiful and razor-sharp prose+-+12372654061777ocn047023487book20010.27Hardwick, ElizabethSleepless nightsFictionPsychological fictionSleepless Nights is a scrapbook of memories: the first pangs of sexual longing, Billie Holiday holding forth in a cheap hotel, and the swagger and heartbreak of New York City+-+77277859451524ocn049531344book20020.37Melville, HermanRedburn, his first voyage; being the sailor-boy confessions and reminiscences of the son-of-a-gentleman, in the merchant serviceFictionAutobiographical fictionBildungsromansSea storiesAutobiographical fiction, American"Redburn charts the coming-of-age of Wellingborough Redburn, a young innocent who embarks on a crossing to Liverpool together with a roguish crew. Once in Liverpool, Redburn encounters the squalid conditions of the city and meets Harry Bolton, a bereft and damaged soul, who takes him on a tour of London that includes a scene of rococo decadence unlike anything else in Melville's fiction."--BOOK JACKET+-+59551202851291ocn038012274book19600.20Foley, MarthaThe best American short stories, 1960 : and the Yearbook of the American short storyBibliography361ocn044920227rcrd20000.18Hardwick, ElizabethHerman MelvilleBiographyA biography of Herman Melville, which includes analysis and interpretations of his works+-+36990118253243310ocn246076604book19630.29Sontag, SusanA Susan Sontag reader+-+2989055965324333ocn045695830book19860.47Hardwick, ElizabethVerführung und Betrug : Frauen und Literature Essays71ocn018429657visu19860.76Hardwick, ElizabethElizabeth Hardwich in conversationCriticism, interpretation, etcInterviewsElizabeth Hardwick, novelist and advisory editor of The New York review of books, discusses the American literary scene of the 1930s, neo-conservative criticism, the American expatriate writers, the role of protest in contemporary American fiction, and contemporary authors whose work she admires in an interview with Malcolm Bradbury63ocn018906613visu19800.59Hardwick, ElizabethElizabeth Hardwick with Malcolm BradburyCriticism, interpretation, etcInterviewsElizabeth Hardwick, novelist and advisory editor of The New York review of books, discusses the American literary scene of the 1930s, neo-conservative criticism, the American expatriate writers, the role of protest in contemporary American fiction, and contemporary authors whose work she admires in an interview with Malcolm Bradbury42ocn611350283com0.18Elizabeth (Bruce) Hardwick : (1916-)Criticism, interpretation, etc21ocn028422192mix1.00Gardner, IsabellaRecords and correspondenceCorrespondence, mss. of writings, editorial matter, notebooks, and miscellany. Correspondents include Carol Bergé, Elizabeth Bishop, Robert Bly, T.S. Eliot, Valerie Eliot, Roland Flint, Allen Ginsberg, Hannah Green, Elizabeth Hardwick, Marguerite Harris, Mary Hester, Daryl Hine, Anabel Holland, Josephine Jacobsen, John Logan, Andrew Lytle, Frank MacShane, William Meredith, Howard Moss, John Frederick Nims, Molly Peacock, David Ray, Karl Shapiro, William Jay Smith, Ann Stanford, Mona Van Duyn, and Reed Whittemore11ocn647834100mix1.00Taylor, PeterPapers of Peter Hillsman TaylorPortraitsThe former contains letters from Katherine S. White and Robert Angell of the New Yorker, Robert Giroux of Harcourt, Brace, and Co., and David McDowell of Random House and McDowell, Obolensky, and are chiefly concerned with the editing of Taylor's work for publication11ocn056349416book19681.00Democracy: does it have a future? ; Comments about our programs11ocn052443546mix0.47McCarthy, MaryIncludes manuscripts of works by McCarthy, correspondence with agents and publishers, correspondence with publications like the NEW YORKER and NEW YORK REVIEW OF BOOKS; and files on a variety of issues such as dissidents, Spanish Refugee Aid and the Vietnam War. There is also extensive correspondence with friends, family members and other literary figures like Carmen Angleton, Hannah Arendt, Nicola Chiaromonte, Elizabeth Hardwick, Lotte Kohler, Dwight MacDonald, Cees Nooteboom, Philip Rahv, Arthur Schlesinger, Stephen Spender and Niccolo Tucci. Among the legal papers are items on Lillian Hellman. There are some pohotos and videotapes of McCarthy as well11ocn015925376mix1.00Wilson, Samuel MWilson Student Library ContestThe material includes correspondence between Judge Samuel M. Wilson and Frank L. McVey, President of the University of Kentucky (1917-1940), concerning an annual award, sponsored by Wilson, for the best student book collection11ocn051617383mix0.47Bishop, ElizabethElizabeth Bishop papersDiariesCorrespondence, diaries, notebooks, manuscripts and drafts, memorabilia, artwork, publications, and photographs relating to Bishop's personal and professional life. Also, letters, minutes, contracts, and financial records from her teaching and publishing activities, 1943-1979; manuscripts, typescripts, drafts, revisions, and fragments of her poetry and prose writings, 1929-1979; Vassar student notebooks, travel diaries, notes from her 17-year residence in Brazil, and family information, 1931-1977; manuscripts, typescripts, articles, essays, and poetry by or about other writers, especially Robert Lowell, 1925-1979; and printed poetry, prose, reviews, and articles by or about Bishop11ocn013571911mix1.00Knight, Grant CGrant C. Knight papersThis is a collection comprised of several distinct accessions of the papers of Grant C. Knight11ocn862307606visu19890.84ICA VideoElizabeth HardwickCriticism, interpretation, etcInterviewsElizabeth Hardwick, novelist and advisory editor of The New York review of books, discusses the American literary scene of the 1930s, neo-conservative criticism, the American expatriate writers, the role of protest in contemporary American fiction, and contemporary authors whose work she admires in an interview with Malcolm Bradbury11ocn754864360mix19850.47Happy birthday N.B.C.C. 1974-1984 ; the National Book Critics Circle tenth anniversaryNotes of congratulations by winners and nominees of the annual NBCC awards for the most distinguished American works of literature. These autograph facsimiles include Alice Adams, Nina Auerbach, W. Jackson Bate, Marshall Berman, Harold Bloom, John Boswell, Douglas Crase, Peter Davison, Morris Dickstein, Joan DIdion, Stanley Elkin, Leslie Epstein, Donald Finkel, Sally Fitzgerald, Paul Fussell, Martin Gardner, Stephen J. Gould, Jorie Graham, Elizabeth Hardwick, Shirley Hazzard, Anthony Hecht, Michael Herr, Seymour M. Hersh, Edward Hoagland, John Irving, Phyllis Janowitz, Fred Kaplan, Justin Kaplan, Maxine Hong Kingston, Jackson Lears, Philip Levine, Ron Loewinsohn, John McPhee, Dumas Malone, Greil Marcus, Edward Mendelson, W.S. Merwin, Toni Morrison, Howard Moss, Barbara Novak, Cynthia Ozick, Walker Percy, Katha Pollitt, John Rockwell, Roger Rosenblatt, Frederick Seidel, Dave Smith, Cathy Song, Ronald Steel, Telford Taylor, Paul Theroux, Virgil Thomson, Barbara W. Tuchman, Anne Tyler, John Updike, Helen Vendler, Alice Walker, William W. Warner, Richard Wilbur, C.K. Williams, Edward O. Wilson, and Larry Woiwode11ocn079604917mix1.00Meredith, WilliamWilliam Meredith papersRecords and correspondenceCorrespondence with Robert Lowell and Elizabeth Hardwick relating primarily to poetry and to personal affairs. Also includes correspondence and related material (1978-1979) pertaining to the nomination of poet Robert Earl Hayden to the American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters. Correspondents include Donald Barthelme, Elizabeth Bishop, Gwendolyn Brooks, John Cheever, John Ciardi, Babette Deutsch, Peter De Vries, Richard Eberhart, Francis Fergusson, Lillian Hellman, Archibald MacLeish, William Maxwell, Howard Nemerov, Walker Percy, Karl Jay Shapiro, William Jay Smith, Wallace Stegner, May Swenson, Kurt Vonnegut, and Robert Penn Warren12ocn155518691mix1.00Bishop, ElizabethDiariesCorrespondence, diaries, notebooks, manuscripts and drafts, memorabilia, publications, and photographs relating to her personal and professional life. Correspondence includes 200 letters from Marianne Moore on their work and mutual friends, 1935-1969; 200 letters from Robert Lowell on their work, her influence on his work, and the work of other writers, 1947-1976. Other correspondents, 1934-1979, include Leonie Adams, John Ashbery, John Berryman, Harold Bloom, Robert Bly, Louise Bogan, John Malcolm Brinnin, Alexander Calder, e.e. cummings, Robert Fitzgerald, Elizabeth Hardwick, Seamus Heaney, Anthony Hecht, Randall Jarrell, Archibald MacLeish, James Merrill, Henry Moore, Octavio Paz, Katherine Anne Porter, Muriel Rukeyser, Anne Sexton, May Swenson, Allen Tate, Dylan Thomas, and Alice B. Toklas. There are also letters from Bishop to James Merrill, Pearl Kazin Bell, and Anny Baumann11ocn489376165mix1.00Chase, Richard VolneyRichard Volney Chase papersLetters, manuscripts, notes, proofs, course materials, and printed matter01ocn086147687mixTaylor, PeterPapers : of Peter TaylorPortraitsThe former contains letters from Katherine S. White and Robert Angell of the New Yorker, Robert Giroux of Harcourt, Brace, and Co., and David McDowell of Random House and McDowell, Obolensky, and are chiefly concerned with the editing of Taylor's work for publication01ocn317347395visu1986Elizabeth Hardwick in conversation with Malcolm BradburyInterviewsAuthor Elizabeth Hardwick discusses her life and work with Malcolm Bradbury01ocn086158796mixPhillips, Robert SArchivesCorrespondence, manuscripts, and published material01ocn086159457mixChase, Richard VolneyLetters, manuscripts, notes, proofs, course materials, and printed matter+-+9306435215+-+9306435215Fri Mar 21 15:16:49 EDT 2014batch31689