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Sol Stein Papers, 1943-2004

Author: Sol Stein
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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This collection holds the papers of author, editor and publisher, Sol Stein. The bulk of the papers chart Stein's development as a writer and include multiple drafts of his published novels, plays and non-fiction work, with notes and suggestions from Stein and other readers. The collection also contains drafts of currently unpublished materials, including screenplay and theatrical versions of his novels and other
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Named Person: James Baldwin; Jacques Barzun; Eric Bentley; Elia Kazan; Sol Stein; Diana Trilling; Lionel Trilling; Bertram David Wolfe
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Sol Stein
OCLC Number: 299029489
Language Note: Collection is predominantly in English, with some German.
Description: 24.56 linear ft. (58.5 document boxes)
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This collection holds the papers of author, editor and publisher, Sol Stein. The bulk of the papers chart Stein's development as a writer and include multiple drafts of his published novels, plays and non-fiction work, with notes and suggestions from Stein and other readers. The collection also contains drafts of currently unpublished materials, including screenplay and theatrical versions of his novels and other projects. Other materials pertain to Stein's work as an editor and include correspondence charting the publication of James Baldwin's Notes of a Native Son, drafts of two Elia Kazan novels on which he worked and multiple student projects he supervised as a writing instructor. This collection also contains Stein's professional and personal correspondence with notable literary figures including Edward Albee, Saul Bellow, Jacques Barzun, Eric Bentley, Elia Kazan, Arthur Miller, Lionel Trilling and Bertram Wolfe.

Stein's political activities in the 1950s as a writer for Voice of America and as Executive Director of The American Committee for Cultural Freedom are also represented, to a lesser extent, in these papers.

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