Edmund Wilson letters to William Stanley Dell, 1915-1971. (Archival material, 1915) [WorldCat.org]
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Edmund Wilson letters to William Stanley Dell, 1915-1971.

Author: Edmund Wilson
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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36 ALS and TLS, most dated 1915-1920s. Letters concern their friendship, Princeton University, Wilson's service in the First World War, their views on literature, writings by Wilson and Dell for periodicals, and Wilson's work as an editor for Vanity Fair and the New Republic. Early letters include a postscript from Alfred Raymond Bellinger to Dell and an an enclosed letter from Norman Kemp Smith to Wilson. Later  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Personal narratives
Personal narratives, American
Named Person: Alfred R Bellinger; W S Dell; Norman Kemp Smith; Edmund Wilson; Alfred R Bellinger; W S Dell; Norman Kemp Smith; Edmund Wilson
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Edmund Wilson
OCLC Number: 702172018
Description: 0.21 linear ft. (1 box)

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36 ALS and TLS, most dated 1915-1920s. Letters concern their friendship, Princeton University, Wilson's service in the First World War, their views on literature, writings by Wilson and Dell for periodicals, and Wilson's work as an editor for Vanity Fair and the New Republic. Early letters include a postscript from Alfred Raymond Bellinger to Dell and an an enclosed letter from Norman Kemp Smith to Wilson. Later letters concern Wilson's autobiographical writings.

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