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Lionel Trilling papers, 1899-1987.

Author: Lionel Trilling
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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The Lionel Trilling Papers document the professional work and personal life of Lionel Trilling (1905-1975), the prolific literary critic and Columbia University Professor of English Literature. This collection was acquired upon his death in 1975.
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Genre/Form: Articles
Audio tapes
Card files
Journals
Manuscripts (literary)
Photographs
Named Person: Jacques Barzun; Allen Ginsberg; John Crowe Ransom; Diana Trilling; Mark Van Doren; Jacques Barzun; Allen Ginsberg; John Crowe Ransom; Diana Trilling; Mark Van Doren
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Lionel Trilling
OCLC Number: 426030842
Notes: See also the Diana Trilling Papers, MS#1421.
Description: 27 linear feet [ 51 document boxes, 3 index card boxes]

Abstract:

The Lionel Trilling Papers document the professional work and personal life of Lionel Trilling (1905-1975), the prolific literary critic and Columbia University Professor of English Literature. This collection was acquired upon his death in 1975.

The bulk of the records consist of his many writings in the form of articles, essays, lectures, short stories, and book reviews. Correspondence with other prominent writers and intellectuals of the 20th century, family members, editors and publishers comprises the second largest series in the collection. Also contained are records concerning Trilling's work as a professor at Columbia University, as well as his involvement in various outside professional organizations. There is a small amount of personal documents and articles about Trilling's life and writings, including his detailed journals, comprised of his personal thoughts and intellectual queries.

Some of the items in this collection were originally located in the archives of his wife, Diana Trilling. Since their personal and professional lives intersected constantly, records concerning him, such as photographs and correspondence with his publishers, may be found in her collection as well.

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