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Papers of Fredson Thayer Bowers 1595-1992

Autor: Fredson BowersClifton Waller BarrettJ Leeds BarrollPeter W M BlayneyJo Ann BoydstonTodos os autores
Edição/Formato   Material de arquivo : Manuscrito : InglêsVer todas as edições e formatos
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Copy texts, manuscripts, proofs, background research and correspondence pertaining to his published works comprise the bulk of the collection.
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Gênero/Forma: Galley proofs
Letters (Correspondence)
Manuscripts for publication
Page proofs
Professional papers
Pessoa Denominada: Francis Beaumont; Stephen Crane; Thomas Dekker; Henry Fielding; F Scott Fitzgerald; John Fletcher; Nathaniel Hawthorne; William James; Christopher Marlowe; Vladimir Vladimirovich Nabokov; William Shakespeare; William Shakespeare
Tipo de Material: Manuscrito
Tipo de Documento: Material de Arquivo
Todos os Autores / Contribuintes: Fredson Bowers; Clifton Waller Barrett; J Leeds Barroll; Peter W M Blayney; Jo Ann Boydston; Louis Daniel Brodsky; Matthew J Bruccoli; Warren Chappell; John Ciardi; Leonard Clark; Don Lewis Cook; Roy Flannagan; D C Greetham; Watson W Gregg; Phillip M Grier; Andrea Guarna; Nancy Hale; Robert W Hamblin; T H Howard-Hill; V A Kolve; Robert G Kvarnes; Harry Levin; Elder Olson; Thomas Randolph; Donald H Reiman; Susan J Rosowski; A L Rowse; Peter L Shillingsburg; G Thomas Tanselle; Robert Kean Turner; David L Vander Meulen; George Walton Williams; Joan Williams; James Southall Wilson
Número OCLC: 647896638
Notas de Reprodução: are available on Manuscript Division reels #1680, 1682, 1938.
Descrição: 12,000 items.
Outros Títulos: Fredson Bowers papers
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Resumo:

Copy texts, manuscripts, proofs, background research and correspondence pertaining to his published works comprise the bulk of the collection.

The collection contains manuscripts and proofs for his books "On editing Shakespeare and the Elizabethan dramatists," "Textual and literary criticism," and "Hamlet as minister and scourge"; copy texts, manuscripts, proofs and research for his work on Thomas Dekker, Nathaniel Hawthorne, Beaumont and Fletcher, Stephen Crane, Christopher Marlowe, Henry Fielding, Vladimir Nabokov, F. Scott Fitzgerald, and William Shakespeare.

Items of special interest include: Bowers' 1928 Harvard theses; a manuscript of W. W. Gregg's "The rationale of copy-text"; Warren Chappell illustrated letters; poetry by John Ciardi and Elder Olson; Shakespeare teaching files including lecture notes of James Southall Wilson; proofs of Old Powder Man by Joan Williams; Bowers's unpublished lecture "The ideal record collector"; his speech in honor of Clifton Waller Barrett's 70th birthday; and an unpublished checklist of his classical music reviews for the Richmond Times-Dispatch.

Correspondents include Clifton Waller Barrett, J. Leeds Barrol, Peter W. Blayney, Jo Ann Boydston, Louis D. Brodsky, Matthew J. Bruccoli, Warren Chappell, John Ciardi, Leonard Clark, Don L. Cook, Roy Flannagan, J. Gaines Barry, David C. Greetham, W. W. Gregg, Philip M. Grier, Nancy Hale, Robert W. Hamblin, Trevor H. Howard-Hill, V. A. Kolve, Robert G. Kvarnes, Harry Tuchman Levin, Donald H. Reiman, Susan J. Rosowski, A. Leslie Rowse, Peter Shillingsburg, G. Thomas Tanselle, Robert Turner, David L. Vander Meulen and George W. Williams.

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