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Papers, 1964-1989.

Author: Robert S Phillips
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
Database:WorldCat
Summary:
Correspondence, manuscripts, and published material.

Correspondence which is of greatest depth and duration includes that of William Goyen, Horace Gregory, William Heyen, Erica Jong, Philip Larkin, Jerome Mazzaro, Joyce Carol Oates, Stephen Philbrick, A. Poulin Jr., Karl Jay Shapiro, Elizabeth Spencer, and Marya Zaturenska.

Includes manuscripts by Philip Appleman, Frederick Feirstein, Richard Foerster, Robert Francis, William Goyen, Judith Hemschemeyer, William Heyen, Tom Holland, Erica Jong, Herbert Lust, Jerome Mazzaro, Joyce Carol Oates, Molly Peacock, Stephen Philbrick, Paul Plouffe, Howard Lewis Russell, Michael Silverton, Elizabeth Spencer, Marya Zaturenska, and David Zucker.

Writings comprise a large assortment of manuscripts and production records for Phillips' books, as well as holograph and typescript manuscripts for essays, poems, reviews, stories, and interviews with William Goyen, Philip Larkin, Joyce Carol Oates, Karl Shapiro, Elizabeth Spencer, and Marya Zaturenska.  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Correspondence
Interviews
Manuscripts for publication
Named Person: Diane Ackerman; Dick Allen; Duncan Andrews; Philip Appleman; John Ashbery; James Atlas; Louis Stanton Auchincloss; Peter Balakian; Leonard Baskin; Bruce Bawer; Michael Benedikt; Arthur Berger; Sallie Bingham; Martin Booth; Philip E Booth; Paul Bowles; Kay Boyle; Neville Braybrooke; Gertrude Buckman; Philip Ward Burton; Christopher Busa; Edward Butscher; Virginia Spencer Carr; Constance Carrier; Hayden Carruth; Robert A Carter; Victor Contoski; John R Cooley; Frank Corsaro; Gerald Costanzo; Malcolm Cowley; Kevin Crossley-Holland; Robert Gorham Davis; James Dickey; Carl Djerassi; Harris Dulany; Richard Eberhart; James T Farrell; Frederick Feirstein; Richard Foerster; Robert Francis; Isabella Gardner; Reginald Gibbons; Dana Gioia; Patricia Goedicke; William Goyen; Arthur Gregor; Horace Gregory; Eamon Grennan; Donald Hall; Elizabeth Hardwick; Curtis Harnack; William Heyen; Granville Hicks; Robert Hanks Hivnor; Tom Holland; John Hollander; Richard Howard; Barbara Howes; Derek Hudson; Stanley Edgar Hyman; David Ignatow; Colette Inez; Shirley Jackson; Mary Jarrell; Erica Jong; Donald Junkins; X J Kennedy; Carolyn Kizer; Victor A Kramer; Norbert Krapf; Maxine Kumin; Stanley Kunitz; Greg Kuzma; George Lanning; Philip Larkin; James Laughlin; John Lehmann; Florence Becker Lennon; Denise Levertov; Laurence Lieberman; Lyn Lifshin; John Logan; Herbert Lust; Gerard Malanga; Barry N Malzberg; David Mason; William Maxwell; Jerome Mazzaro; Carson McCullers; Rosalie Thorne McKenna; Georgia McKinley; William Meredith; James Ingram Merrill; Merle Miller; Frederick Morgan; Hilda Morley; Robert K Morris; Tad Mosel; Howard Moss; Ed Ochester; William Van O'Connor; Griselda Ohanessian; Joseph Parisi; Molly Peacock; Norman Holmes Pearson; Stephen Philbrick; Robert S Phillips; George Plimpton; Paul Plouffe; Stanley Plumly; Elizabeth Pollet; A Poulin; Lawrence Raab; Christina Rainsford; Patrice Repusseau; Adrienne Cecile Rich; Ned Rorem; Raphael Rudnik; Howard Lewis Russell; James Sandoe; Delmore Schwartz; Karl Shapiro; Robert Burns Shaw; Judith Johnson Sherwin; Layle Silbert; Michael Silverton; L E Sissman; Dave Smith; Raymond J Smith; William Jay Smith; W D Snodgrass; Susan Sontag; James J Spanfeller; Elizabeth Spencer; Terry Stokes; Mark Strand; Walter Sutton; May Swenson; William Pearson Tolley; William Trevor; Diana Trilling; John Updike; Jean Valentine; Peter Viereck; Jeanne Murray Walker; Theodore Russell Weiss; Lester Grosvenor Wells; William Whitehead; Richard Wilbur; John Alfred Williams; Robert Wrigley; Richard Yates; Marya Zaturenska; Harriet Zinnes; David Hard Zucker; Paul Zweig
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Robert S Phillips
OCLC Number: 86158796
Description: 33 linear ft.

Abstract:

Correspondence, manuscripts, and published material.

Correspondence which is of greatest depth and duration includes that of William Goyen, Horace Gregory, William Heyen, Erica Jong, Philip Larkin, Jerome Mazzaro, Joyce Carol Oates, Stephen Philbrick, A. Poulin Jr., Karl Jay Shapiro, Elizabeth Spencer, and Marya Zaturenska.

Includes manuscripts by Philip Appleman, Frederick Feirstein, Richard Foerster, Robert Francis, William Goyen, Judith Hemschemeyer, William Heyen, Tom Holland, Erica Jong, Herbert Lust, Jerome Mazzaro, Joyce Carol Oates, Molly Peacock, Stephen Philbrick, Paul Plouffe, Howard Lewis Russell, Michael Silverton, Elizabeth Spencer, Marya Zaturenska, and David Zucker.

Writings comprise a large assortment of manuscripts and production records for Phillips' books, as well as holograph and typescript manuscripts for essays, poems, reviews, stories, and interviews with William Goyen, Philip Larkin, Joyce Carol Oates, Karl Shapiro, Elizabeth Spencer, and Marya Zaturenska.

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