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Autograph and typescript papers of Jules Furthman, ca. 1935-1966.

Author: Jules FurthmanSylvestre TellioHardin CraigJames Gilmer McManawayWilliam Cecil Burghley, BaronAll authors
Edition/Format:   Print book : Manuscript   Archival Material : English
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Numerous drafts of essays and at least one speech expounding his views on the influence of Montaigne's Essayes on Shakespeare. These views were prompted by annotations in a 1603 copy of the Essayes owned by him (now V.b.327) which he believed were written at least in part by Shakespeare. One of his essays tells how he acquired the volume and what he collected, as well as documenting a lively conversation on  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Telegrams
Manuscripts
Photographs
Letters
Addresses
Correspondence Manuscripts
Autographs
Named Person: Jules Furthman; James Gilmer McManaway; Michel de Montaigne; William Shakespeare; William Shakespeare; William Shakespeare; Hardin Craig; Hardin Craig; Jules Furthman; James Gilmer McManaway; Michel de Montaigne; William Shakespeare
Material Type: Manuscript
Document Type: Book, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Jules Furthman; Sylvestre Tellio; Hardin Craig; James Gilmer McManaway; William Cecil Burghley, Baron; William Shakespeare; Edward De Vere Oxford, Earl of; Sybil Furthman; Niccolò Machiavelli
OCLC Number: 252040324
Notes: Largely unsorted.
Description: 3 boxes : ill.
Other Titles: Sir Thomas More (Drama)

Abstract:

Numerous drafts of essays and at least one speech expounding his views on the influence of Montaigne's Essayes on Shakespeare. These views were prompted by annotations in a 1603 copy of the Essayes owned by him (now V.b.327) which he believed were written at least in part by Shakespeare. One of his essays tells how he acquired the volume and what he collected, as well as documenting a lively conversation on Shakespeare among certain well-known literary figures and Hollywood celebrities of the 1930s. Also, (1) 4 letters and a telegram to and from Furthman and Hardin Craig, 1938, a letter to J.G. McManaway, 1944, and 2 other letters, n.d., 1965. (2) Photographs of: pages from Books I and II of Furthman's annotated copy of the Essayes (V.b.327) with his own annotations, and pages from Book III; pages from a British Library copy of the Essayes (C.21e.17); Shakespeare signatures; a page (in Hand C) from "Sir Thomas More" (Harl. MS 7368); Furthman's ms copy of "The Prince" by N. Machiavelli, translated from the Latin version by Sylvester Telius, ca. 1600 (lacks f.1r); a letter of Edward, earl of Oxford to [Lord Burghley] with part of the postscript of Oct. 30, 1584], (Lans. 42, no. 39); "The platt of The Secound parte of the Seven Deadlie sinns"; and another ms.

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