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Cecil Lang papers and autograph collection 1866-1982.

Author: Cecil Y LangMatthew ArnoldHarold BloomCharles CalvertArthur Hugh CloughAll authors
Edition/Format:   Archival material : Manuscript : English
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The collection contains letters and autographs of Victorian literay figures; personal and professional correspondence; and miscellaneous papers.
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Genre/Form: Letters (Correspondence)
Speeches
Autographs
Named Person: Matthew Arnold; Noah Brooks; Robert Williams Buchanan; William Allen Butler; George Gordon Byron Byron, Baron; David Gray; Cecil Y Lang; Algernon Charles Swinburne; Martin Farquhar Tupper
Material Type: Manuscript
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Cecil Y Lang; Matthew Arnold; Harold Bloom; Charles Calvert; Arthur Hugh Clough; Dinah Maria Mulock Craik; George P Elliott; Jean Ingelow; John Nichol; William Michael Rossetti; Algernon Charles Swinburne; Thomas Woolner
OCLC Number: 191869340
Description: 95 (circa) items.

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The collection contains letters and autographs of Victorian literay figures; personal and professional correspondence; and miscellaneous papers.

Letters and autographs of prominent Victorian literary figures collected by Lang, include, particularly, letters of Matthew Arnold, A. H. Clough, William Rossetti on a Swinburne parody, Charles A. Swinburne on his and Byron's portrayal of Marino Faliero,and Thomas Woolner. Letters from John Nichol to Algernon C. Swinburne discuss a feud with Robert Buchanan. There are also letters or autographs of [Noah?] Brooks, William Allen Butler, Charles Calvert (mentioning producing Henry VIII), Dinah M. Craik, David Gray, Jean Ingelow, and Martin F. Tupper.

The collection also contains "The posthumous poetry of Matthew Arnold," a talk given at Oxford by Lang on the Arnold papers in the National Archives of Canada.

Letters from Harold Bloom to Lang, 1965 -1968, discuss his colleagues at Yale, academic career, writing, and health.

Letters from George P. Elliott and Mary Emma Jeffress Eliott convey personal news with references to the English Dept. and Syracuse University including a sexism case against the English Dept.

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