Guide to the Dorothy M. Richardson letters, 1917-1920 MS 333
Dorothy Miller Richardson (1873-1957) was the first writer to publish an English novel that contained what would come to be known as the "stream of consciousness" technique. Her series of thirteen novels collectively titled "Pilgrimage" are her most famous writings, known as great modernist and feminist English works.
This collection contains thirteen items, most of which are letters from Dorothy M. Richardson to Mr. Curtis Brown, her publishing intermediary. Ms. Richardson was an English novelist noted for a series of novels published under the collective title Pilgriamge. She has also been noted as the introducer of the stream of consciousness method into English fiction. The collection is in fair condition.
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Permission to publish material from the Dorothy M. Richardson Papers must be obtained from the Woodson Research Center, Fondren Library.
Dorothy M. Richardson Papers, 1917-1920, MS 333, Woodson Research Center, Fondren Library, Rice University
This collection was purchased form Howes Bookshop in 1947.
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