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Autor: Pedro Juan Pietri
Edición/Formato:   Material de archivo : Idiomas múltiples
Base de datos:WorldCat
Resumen:
The Papers of Pedro Pietri help chronicle the extraordinarily creative, productive and, at times, anarchic life of one of the most original and innovative contemporary writers of the Puerto Rican community. In addition, they lend insight into the vast scope of Pietri's literary interests and endeavors, his collaborative relationships with other writers and his editorial process. A dynamic and multifaceted  Leer más
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Género/Forma: Publications
Artwork
Artifacts
Audiocassettes
Clippings
Correspondence
Flyers
Memoranda
Photographs
Posters
Videotapes
Writings
Persona designada: Salvador Agrón; Miguel Algarín; Amina Baraka; Amiri Baraka; William Henry Buffington; Lucky Cienfuegos; Yvonne Coll; Angela María Dávila; Caridad De La Luz; Margarita Deida Pietri; Elizam Escobar; Sandra María Estéves; Brenda Feliciano; María Teresa Fernández; José Ferrer; Eduardo Figueroa; José Angel Figueroa; Allen Ginsberg; David Henderson; Víctor Hernández Cruz; Bob Holman; Ted Joans; June Jordan; Raúl Julia; Richard Kostelanetz; Carina Luna López; Isabel Luperza Oppenheimer; Adal Maldonado; Alfredo Matilla Rivas; Francisco Matos Paoli; Jesus Papoleto Meléndez; Nancy Mercado; Joseph Papp; Carmen Pietri; Diana Mercedes Pietri; Francisco Pietri; José Pietri; Pedro Juan Pietri; Speedo Juan Pietri; William Pietri; Bittman John Rivas; Ntozake Shange; Ivan Silén; Stephanie Jo Smith; Evava Smith Pietri; Martha Margarita Taméz; Juan Valenzuela; Nancy Phyllis Wallach
Tipo de documento: Material de archivo
Todos autores / colaboradores: Pedro Juan Pietri
Número OCLC: 154335599
Notas: For all materials related to Pedro Juan Pietri, Margarita Deida Pietri is the sole copyright holder. The Archives has no information on the status of literary rights for any additional authors included in the collection, researchers are responsible for determining any questions of copyright for these items.
Descripción: 55 cubic ft.

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The Papers of Pedro Pietri help chronicle the extraordinarily creative, productive and, at times, anarchic life of one of the most original and innovative contemporary writers of the Puerto Rican community. In addition, they lend insight into the vast scope of Pietri's literary interests and endeavors, his collaborative relationships with other writers and his editorial process. A dynamic and multifaceted collection, highlights of the papers include extensive original writings, annotated drafts of already published works and original artwork. Moreover, the collection boasts a large array of handmade artifacts and an impressive assortment of posters and publications documenting artistic activity in New York over the last three decades. The materials in this collection span the years from 1939 to 2004 with the bulk concentrating on the years 1970 to 2002. They consist of correspondence, memoranda, photographs, flyers, clippings, poetry, plays, essays, scripts, awards, posters, programs, videotapes, audiocassettes, artwork and artifacts. The folders are arranged alphabetically and the documents are arranged chronologically. The materials are in both Spanish and English.

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