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Authors of the 1920s collection, 1924-1927.

Author: Vsevolod Vi︠a︡cheslavovich IvanovStijn StreuvelsKeene WallisAvrahm YarmolinskyNathan AschAll authors
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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A collection of typescripts, ca. 1924-1927, by various authors of the 1920s. The works are: Nathan Asch's novel Love in Chartres (marked up for the printer); Jim Tully's novels Jarnegan (with manuscript corrections), and Circus parade (marked up for the printer); Robert Nichols's and Jim Tully's play Twenty below; Douglas Goldring's short story The barometer; E.R. Eddison's novel On King Olaf's Howe (marked up for  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Typescripts
Correspondence
Named Person: Charles Boni; Charles Boni
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Vsevolod Vi︠a︡cheslavovich Ivanov; Stijn Streuvels; Keene Wallis; Avrahm Yarmolinsky; Nathan Asch; Eric Rücker Eddison; Douglas Goldring; Robert Nichols; Jim Tully
OCLC Number: 58781710
Description: 0.4 linear ft. (1 box)

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A collection of typescripts, ca. 1924-1927, by various authors of the 1920s. The works are: Nathan Asch's novel Love in Chartres (marked up for the printer); Jim Tully's novels Jarnegan (with manuscript corrections), and Circus parade (marked up for the printer); Robert Nichols's and Jim Tully's play Twenty below; Douglas Goldring's short story The barometer; E.R. Eddison's novel On King Olaf's Howe (marked up for the printer). There are also two translations. A translation by Keene Wallis of Stijn Streuvels's short story The laborer is accompanied by a letter from Wallis to "Albert," evidently his literary agent, commenting on Streuvels's writing and asking "Albert" to sell the story to the Dial. A translation by Avrahm Yarmolinsky of Vsevolod Ivanov's short story The baby (with manuscript corrections) is accompanied by a note from Yarmolinsky to the publisher Charles Boni.

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