Letters sent to Ralph Edward Ingalls Dimmick, 1944-1997. (Book, 1944) [WorldCat.org]
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Letters sent to Ralph Edward Ingalls Dimmick, 1944-1997.

Author: Ralph Edward Ingalls DimmickOsman LinsManuel BandeiraStella LeonardosJorge de LimaAll authors
Edition/Format:   Manuscript   Archival Material : Portuguese
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Letters from Brazilian literary figures, including Manuel Bandeira, Stella Leonardos, Alceu Amoroso Lima, Jorge de Lima, Osman Lins, Cecľia Meireles, Galo Plaza Lasso, Marques Rebelo, and Erico Veríssimo. Additionally, there are poems by Bandeira and Leonardos, a transcript of a radio interview with de Lima, and a drawing by Veríssimo.
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Genre/Form: Harvard graduates' papers
Drawings
Poems
Named Person: Ralph Edward Ingalls Dimmick
Material Type: Manuscript, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Archival Material, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Ralph Edward Ingalls Dimmick; Osman Lins; Manuel Bandeira; Stella Leonardos; Jorge de Lima; Alceu Amoroso Lina; Cecília Meireles; Galo Plaza Lasso; Marques Rebelo; Erico Veríssimo
OCLC Number: 612701143
Language Note: Materials are in Portugese.
Description: 1 box (.5 linear ft.)

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Letters from Brazilian literary figures, including Manuel Bandeira, Stella Leonardos, Alceu Amoroso Lima, Jorge de Lima, Osman Lins, Cecľia Meireles, Galo Plaza Lasso, Marques Rebelo, and Erico Veríssimo. Additionally, there are poems by Bandeira and Leonardos, a transcript of a radio interview with de Lima, and a drawing by Veríssimo.

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