University of Texas, Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center

Daniel Stern:

An Inventory of His Papers at the Harry Ransom Center



Creator: Stern, Daniel, 1928-2007
Title: Daniel Stern Papers
Dates: 1947-2007, undated
Abstract: The Daniel Stern Papers chiefly consist of manuscripts for his novels, short stories, and other writings, extensive literary and personal correspondence, and other materials pertaining to his career as an author and creative writing professor.
Call No.: Manuscript Collection MS-5125
Extent: 22 boxes (9.24 linear feet), 3 galley folders (gf), 1 oversize folder (osf)
Language: English and French
Repository: The University of Texas at Austin, Harry Ransom Center

Biographical Sketch

Born on January 18, 1928 in New York City, author Daniel Stern worked in advertising, film and television, and finally as a novelist, short story writer, and writing professor. He was raised in Manhattan's Lower East Side and in the Bronx and attended The High School of Art and Music. Upon graduation, Stern played cello with the Indianapolis Symphony. After a brief stint in the army, he returned to New York, where he pursued freelance writing and wrote jingles and copy for the McCann-Erickson advertising firm in the 1960s. Stern then worked in media promotion, rising to serve on the board of directors for Warner Brothers in the 1970s and as a vice president of CBS Entertainment in the 1980s.

During the 1960s and 1970s, Stern also published nine novels, including Who Shall Live, Who Shall Die (1963), one of the first novels about the Holocaust by an American, and The Suicide Academy (1968), which enjoyed widespread critical recognition. Stern began writing short stories in the 1980s and created what some have called a new kind of short story, the "the twice told tale." The stories in his collections—including Twice Told Tales (1989) and Twice upon a Time (1992)—center on revisiting, revising, and reinterpreting literary classics by other authors. His prose was described by Bernard Malamud as filled with poetry, conscientiousness, and verve of style.

After Stern left CBS in 1986, he briefly served as humanities director of the 92nd Street YMCA before accepting an offer to teach in the creative writing program at the University of Houston in 1992. He was named Cullen Distinguished Professor of English in 1993 and taught writing and also hosted a seminar on the literature of the Holocaust. Beginning in 1996, Stern also served as associate editor of Hampton Shorts, a literary magazine headquartered in the Hampton villages in New York. Stern died from complications following heart surgery on January 24, 2007 in Houston, survived by his wife Gloria and his son Eric.


Scope and Contents

The Daniel Stern Papers, 1947-2007 and undated, chiefly consist of manuscripts for his novels, short stories, and other writings, extensive literary and personal correspondence, and other materials pertaining to his career as an author and creative writing professor. Included are notes, journals, research materials, manuscript drafts and proofs for both published and unpublished works in several literary genres; clippings of book reviews; correspondence files; and career-related papers such as awards, contracts, employment files, publicity and teaching materials, as well as a few personal records. The papers are arranged in three series: I. Works, 1953-2006, undated; II. Correspondence, 1965-2007, undated; and III. Career and Personal Papers, 1947-2003, undated.

The Works series includes Stern's notes and journals, research material, manuscripts and proofs for his works, as well as associated correspondence, reader reports, review clippings, and publicity materials. Manuscripts for novels and short stories predominate, but also represented are essays; ideas and scripts for stage, television, and film; lectures and speeches; a number of book reviews written by Stern; work on a memoir of Hans Deutsch and his Holocaust experiences; and various writings about close associates such as Bernard Malamud and Elie Wiesel.

The materials in the Works series are organized alphabetically by work title with some genre groupings—such as essays and stories—interfiled. Within a particular title, multiple drafts of works are organized chronologically. The groupings for notes and stories often include a mix of notes and drafts which have been left intact so as not to disturb original context. However, when notes were clearly identifiable with separately filed works, those have been integrated.

The Correspondence series contains correspondence files as kept by Stern, alphabetically by correspondent. Outgoing correspondence, if present, is interfiled with incoming letters. These files document Stern's career as a novelist and short story writer, and as teacher at institutions such as Wesleyan University and the University of Houston and advertising and media executive for firms such as McCann Erickson, Warner Brothers, and CBS. Stern's correspondents are dominated by authors, agents, editors, and publishers, including Georges Borchardt, Helen Brann, William Goyen, James Jones, Frank Kermode, Ann Malamud, Bernard Malamud, AnaÏs Nin, Joyce Carol Oates, Cynthia Ozick, Philip Roth, Elie Wiesel and many others. A complete Index of Correspondents—including any correspondence filed in other series—is included in this finding aid.

The Career and Personal Papers series contains material chiefly related to Stern's professional capacity as an author, but also includes materials documenting his career as an advertising and media executive, editor, and teacher of creative writing. Included are awards, biographical information and résumés, contracts, and publicity for readings and other public appearances, as well as files related to his advertising and media employment, and materials concerning his editorial work with Hampton Shorts and his teaching and related activities, chiefly at the University of Houston. Personal items include copies of his birth certificate and army discharge, birthday poems, photographs, and other memorabilia.


Restrictions

Access:

Open for research


Index Terms

Correspondents
Kermode, Frank, 1919-2010
Malamud, Bernard
Nin, Anaïs, 1903-1977
Ozick, Cynthia
Wiesel, Elie, 1928-
Subjects
Authors, American
Holocaust, Jewish (1939-1945), in literature
Intertextuality--Fiction
Jewish authors

Related Material

Additional letters written by Daniel Stern are present in the Ransom Center's manuscript collections for William Goyen, James Jones, and Bernard Malamud.


Separated Material

Audio tapes containing Stern's research for a work to be entitled The Extraordinary Life of Hans Deutsch and his interview of Bernard Malamud for The Paris Review have been transferred to the Ransom Center's Sound Recordings Collection. Stern's copies of his own books and a memorial book for Bernard Malamud have been transferred to the Center's Library.


Administrative Information

Acquisition:

Gifts, 2009 (09-02-005G; 09-05-012G; 09-10-005G)

Processed by:

Alison Clemens and Joan Sibley, 2012


Sources:

"Daniel Stern."   Contemporary Authors Online, http://galenet.galegroup.com (accessed 13 April 2012).

Gathman, Roger. "Daniel Stern: Stranger than Fiction."   Publishers Weekly, 29 November 1999, http://www.publishersweekly.com/pw/print/19991129/18932-daniel-stern-stranger-than-fiction-.html (accessed 13 April 2012).

Martin, Douglas. "Daniel Stern, Short Story Writer, Dies at 79."   The New York Times, 26 January 2007, http://www.nytimes.com/2007/01/26/books/26dstern.html (accessed 13 April 2012).


Container List

Series I. Works, 1953-2006, undated

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1.1 After the War (novel, published 1967), typescript fragment, correspondence, publicity, reviews, 1966-1971, undated
Black on White / screenplay adaptation of The Tenants by Bernard Malamud):
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1.2 Annotated typescript / first draft, 1993; also treatment and notes, undated
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1.3-6 Typescripts, 1993-1995; final screenplay written with George Sluizer
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1.7 Boris the Bookworm (children's story), typescript, 1987; written with Gloria Stern for granddaughter Melissa Thea Branfman
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2.1 Cafe Coffee (play, written with Eric Overmyer), typescript, 1989
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2.2 The Days and Nights of Molly Dodd (television episode titled Here's a Little Night Music), television script, 1998
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2.3 Dreams (notes re dreams), 1984, undated
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2.4 Essays and other short prose works, 1966-1997, undated
The Extraordinary Journey of Hans Deutsch (memoir):
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2.5-6 Interview transcripts, 1992, undated
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2.7 Correspondence, contracts, notes, 1992
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2.8 Research materials, undated
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2.9 The Faker (novel), handwritten and typescript manuscript, undated
Final Cut (novel, published 1975):
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3.1-3 Typescript with editor's and printer's markings, 1975
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gf 1-3 Three sets of galley proofs with corrections, 1975
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3.4 Notes, correspondence, publicity, and reviews, 1973-1976
The Found and Lost (novel):
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3.5-6 Research material and notes, 1993, undated
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4.1-2 Typescripts, 1992-1995
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4.3 Variant typescript, undated; titled Funes the Memorious by Jorge Luis Borges: a novel, undated
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4.4 The Ghost (novella), handwritten notes, 1964; also variant King's Ghost at the Party (novel), typescript, undated
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4.5 The Girl with the Glass Heart (novel, 1953), review, 1953
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4.6 A Good Man Dies (novel), typescript, undated
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4.7 The Guests of Fame (novel, published 1955), typescripts / teleplay version with outline, 1958
Hedda Gabler (play by Henrik Isbsen, adapted by Stern):
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4.8 Typescript, 1992
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5.1 Correspondence, programs, reviews, 1991-1992
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5.2 In the Country of the Young (collected stories, published 1999), correspondence, reviews, 1999-2002, undated
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5.3 Jeremiah Hwang – The Answer Man (television show and pilot episode idea), typescript, correspondence, 1990
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5.4-7 Journal entries in 18 notebooks, 1971-1998, undated; also contain many notes with ideas or text for works
Lectures and speeches:
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6.1 Anarchy, typescript, 1970
Daniel Stern as Writer, typescript, 1968?
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6.2 The Fellowship of Men that Die: The Legacy of Albert Camus, typescript, publication, 1994, 1996
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6.1 The House Next Door, typescript, publication, 1968?
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6.3 How Relevant is Holocaust Education Today?, typescript, correspondence, 1997
Life vs. Art, typescript, undated
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6.1 Pleasure and the Literary Situation, typescript, clipping, 1975
The Post-Modern Novel, typescript, publication, 1969
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6.3 The Power of the Word, typescript, undated
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6.1 Remembrance, typescript, 1973
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6.3 Sexual Turmoil and the Code, typescript, 1997
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6.2 The Story Teller's Art, typescript, 1995
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6.1 Suicide, typescript, 1970
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6.3 Untitled (Dyson lecture), typescript, undated
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6.2 Untitled (for Texas Association of Creative Writing Teachers), typescript, 1996
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6.3 Untitled re crime novels, typescript, undated
Untitled re Jewish writers, typescript, undated
Untitled re love and realism, the writer and love, typescript, undated
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6.4 A Little Street Music (novella and stories, published 2004), story idea, typescript, reader reports, correspondence, 2001-2003, undated; includes texts for Fabrikant's Way and A Little Street Music
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6.5 Lord Jim (play based on the novel by Joseph Conrad), typescripts, correspondence, programs, character list, cast list, 1968-1969
Lunch with Gottlieb (novel version):
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7.1 Notes, draft pages undated; includes some pages for The Fellowship
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7.2 Typescript, undated
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7.3 Miss America (novel, published 1959), review, 1959; typescript / screenplay version, correspondence, 1971, undated
Notes:
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7.4 General, handwritten notes, undated
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7.5 Creative projects, handwritten and typed notes, undated
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7.6 Published material, mixed handwritten and typed pages, undated; includes notes and / or drafts of The #63 Bus from the Gare de Lyon, Notes from Underground by Dostoyevsky: a story, The Passion According to Saint John by Johann Sebastian Bach: a story, Roads, and Sunday Morning by Wallace Stevens: a story
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7.7 Works in progress, mixed handwritten and typed pages, undated; includes notes and / or drafts of The Beast in the Jungle by Henry James: a story, Exile's Return, Foxx Hunting, Imperato Placeless: a story, In the Country of the Young, The Man Who Would Not, Silverbrad: a novel, and The Tranquil Day
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8.1 Of Time and the Family (essay), typescript, publication, 1993, undated
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8.2 One Day's Perfect Weather (collected stories, published 1999), correspondence, reviews, interview transcript, 1999-2002, undated
The Pain Game (novel):
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8.3 Research material, draft pages, notes, 1978-1984, undated
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8.4 Notes, draft pages, undated
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8.5 Typescript drafts, undated
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8.6 The Paris Moments of Harry Black (novel), notes, outline, draft pages, 1987-1990, undated
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9.1 Reprints, 1972-1995; includes reviews
Reviews by Stern:
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9.2 Partial typed bibliography and sample review clippings, circa 1991
Reviews, typescripts, correspondence, clippings, publications, 1963-1997, undated; arranged alphabetically by author reviewed:
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9.3 A-B
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9.4 C-D
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9.5 E-F
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9.6 G
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9.7 H-J
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9.8 K-L
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10.1 M-H
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10.2 O-R
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10.3 S-V
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10.4 W-Z
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10.5 Theater
The Rose Rabbi (novel, published 1971):
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10.6 Typescript / original draft, undated
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10.7 Galleys, undated
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11.1 Correspondence, reviews, 1971-1972, undated
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11.2 Screenplay ideas, typescript, undated; titles include Joyride and The Rainbow Killers
Stories:
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11.3-4 Story ideas, handwritten and typed notes, undated; includes draft pages for The Future: a story and Notes from Underground by Dostoyevsky: a story
Story manuscripts:
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11.5 The Advancer, publication, 2006
Aspects of the Novel: a story, typescript, 1985
Bartleby the Scrivener, typed outline, undated
Brooksmith by Henry James: a story, offprint, undated
Chaos: a story, typescript, undated
A Clean Well-Lighted Place by Ernest Hemingway: a story, correspondence, 1988
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11.6 The Club, typescript, undated
The Law: a story, typescript, undated
The Man on the Dump by Wallace Stevens: a story, typescript, 1995
Messenger, typescript, 2000
Missing the Point, or Bixby, Morheim, Manishin and Marx: a story, typescript, undated; later title The Communist Manifesto by Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels
My Life: Or the Death of Isaac Mendez, typescript, offprint, undated
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11.7 The Oven Bird by Robert Frost: a story, proofs, correspondence, 1995; also includes poem Excommunication
The Passion According to Saint John by Johann Sebastian Bach: a story, typescript, undated
Processions, proofs, 1981
Roads / The Road Not Taken by Robert Frost: a story, typescript, proofs, undated
Sacred Text, typescript, correspondence, 1978
Traveling, typescript, undated
Reading versions:
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12.1 Bartleby the Scrivener by Herman Melville: a story, typescript, undated
In the Country of the Young, typescript, undated
The Man Who Would Not, typescript, undated
The Passion According to St. John by Johann Sebastian Bach: a story, typescript, undated
The Suicide Academy (novel, published 1978):
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12.2 Notebook, typescript / original draft, undated
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12.3 Publicity, correspondence, reviews, 1967-1982, undated; includes typescript / photocopy of foreword by Elie Wiesel, in French
The Television Waiting Room (play, produced 1984):
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12.4 Draft pages, typescript, undated
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12.5 Typescript, 1983
Twice Told Tales (collected stories, published 1989):
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13.1 Notebook, undated
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13.2 Drafts, handwritten and typed, undated
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13.3 Page proofs for Rice University edition, 1995
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13.4 Correspondence, publicity, 1978-1991, undated
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13.5 Reviews, 1989-1996
Twice Upon a Time (collected stories, published 1992):
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13.6-7 Typescript with corrections, Norton edition, 1992
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14.1-2 Front matter proofs and story galleys, Norton edition, 1992
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14.3-4 Typescript with corrections, Rice University Press edition, 1996
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14.5 Page proofs, Rice University Press edition, 1996
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14.6 Correspondence, reviews, 1992-1993
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15.1 An Urban Affair (novel, 1980), notes, publicity, correspondence, reviews, 1977-1982, undated
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15.2 Wakefield (screenplay), typescript / shooting script, correspondence, 1992
Who Shall Live, Who Shall Die (novel, published 1963):
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15.3 Review, 1967; typescript foreword by Elie Wiesel in French and typescript preface by Stern for 1994 reissue
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15.4 Typescript / screenplay adaptation by Stern, correspondence, 1991
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15.5 Typescript / play adaptation titled Retribution by Mark Shapiro, correspondence, contract, program, reviews, 1997-1998
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15.6-7 The Woman Who Knew Everything (novel), notes, typescripts, undated
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15.8 Works re Bernard Malamud, including interview transcript, introduction for a Malamud reading, elegy, and speech, typescripts, proofs, correspondence, clippings, 1975-2003, undated
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15.9 Works re Elie Wiesel, including lectures and speeches, circa 1968-1996



Series II. Correspondence, 1965-2007, undated

Authors:
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16.1 A-D
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16.2 E-G
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16.3 H
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16.4 Hassan, Ihab, 1969-1997
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16.5 J-L
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16.6 Kermode, Frank, 1969-2006
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16.7 Kessler, Jascha, 1971-1977
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16.8 M
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16.9 Malamud, Ann, 1973-1999, undated
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16.10 Malamud, Bernard, 1969-1985, undated
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17.1 Nin, Anaïs, 1968-1994, undated
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17.2 Oates, Joyce Carol, 1969-1992, undated
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17.3 Ozick, Cynthia, 1976-2006
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17.4 P-S
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17.5 Stevenson, Wade, 1968-1971, undated
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17.6 T-Z
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17.7 Wiesel, Elie, 1966-2003, undated
Literary and personal:
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17.8 A-G
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17.9-18.1 Borchardt, Georges, 1980-2005
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18.2 Brann, Helen, 1969-1989
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18.3 H-M
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18.4 N-R
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18.5 S
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18.6 Southern Methodist University Press, 1998-1999
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19.1 T-Z
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19.2 University of Houston, 1992-2002
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19.3 Unidentified



Series III. Career and Personal Papers, 1947-2003, undated

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19.4 Awards and honors, 1973-2002; includes certificates, clippings, correspondence, programs
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19.5, osf 1 Biographical information, 1983-2000, undated; includes clippings, correspondence, publicity, résumés
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19.6-8 Contracts, 1966-2003
Employment:
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20.1 CBS, 1981-1983, undated; includes clippings, press releases
Harvard University, 1992; includes correspondence
Longchamps, 1973; includes clippings, correspondence
Lubar-Southard, 1973-1974; includes clippings, correspondence
McCaffrey and McCall, 1987, undated; includes clippings, press releases
McCann-Erickson, 1956-1970, undated; includes clippings, contracts, correspondence, press releases
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20.2 Showtime, 1991; includes correspondence, proposal, script
Teaching job search, 1991; includes correspondence, résumé
University of Houston, 1990-1998, undated; includes clippings and publications
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20.3 Warner Brothers, 1970-1971, undated; includes clippings, contracts, correspondence, press releases
Wesleyan University, 1975-1977; includes clippings, correspondence
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20.4 Events, 1968-2001, undated; includes clippings, correspondence, flyers, programs, publicity materials
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20.5 Girona Museum and Institute, 1993; includes by-laws, correspondence, minutes, reports
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20.6 Hampton Shorts, 1996, undated; includes clippings, correspondence, press releases, manuscripts by Bruce J. Friedman, Kerry Neville, Toby Talbot, and unidentified authors
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21.1 Malamud estate, 1986-1993; includes probate notice, correspondence
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21.2 Personal, 1947-1997, undated; includes copies of birth and military records, photographs, birthday poems, clippings
Teaching materials:
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21.3 Articles / research materials, 1993, undated
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21.4 Class notes, undated
Holocaust literature seminar:
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21.5 Course file, 1996-2001, undated; includes bibliographies, class list, outline, general lecture notes, reading packet, syllabi
Lecture notes and research clippings re:
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21.6 Borowski, Tadeusz
Celan, Paul
Des Pres, Terrence
Fink, Ida
Frank, Anne
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21.7 Goldhagen, Daniel
Hallie, Philip
Hochhuth, Rolf
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21.8 Kosinski, Jerzy
Levi, Primo
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22.1 Ozick, Cynthia
Poetry
Schwartz-Bart, André
Spiegelman, Art
Stern, Daniel
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22.2 Wiesel, Elie
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22.1 Unidentified
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22.3-5 General Holocaust clippings, 1997-2002, undated
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22.6 General teaching materials, 1995-2000, undated; includes correspondence, lecture notes and drafts, reading lists, meeting agendas, student work



Index of Correspondents

  • 1230 Tenants Association--19.7
  • Abeel, Erica (John Jay College of Criminal Justice)--17.8
  • Abel, Lionel--13.4, 17.8
  • Abrahams, William Miller, 1919-1998 (Doubleday)--17.9
  • Adams, Charles F. (Simon & Schuster)--17.8
  • Adcock, Betty--17.8
  • Alexander, Emily (American Short Fiction)--17.8-9
  • Alter, Judy, 1938- (Texas Institute of Letters)--17.8
  • Alvarez, A. (Alfred), 1929- --1.1, 3.4, 16.1
  • Amburn, Ellis (Delacorte Press)--18.2
  • Appleton, Myra (Cosmopolitan)--3.4, 18.2
  • Arteseros, Sally (Doubleday)--13.4, 17.8-9
  • Asher, Aaron (Grove Press)--17.8-9
  • Ashley, Ted (Warner Bros. Inc.)--20.3
  • Auchincloss, Eve (Book World)--10.4, 18.2
  • Avery, Evelyn Gross, 1940- (Towson State University)--15.8
  • Backus, Charles (Texas A&M University Press)--18.1
  • Bair, Deirdre--17.8
  • Barber, A. Richard, 1940- (Viking Press)--3.4
  • Barnet, Will, 1911- --16.1
  • Barondess, Jeremiah A., 1924-.--1.1
  • Beattie, Ann--17.8
  • Bell, Dave (DBA Entertainment, Inc.)--15.4
  • Beller, Thomas--13.4, 17.8
  • Bellow, Saul--16.1
  • Berger, Thomas, 1924- --1.1
  • Bielstein, Susan M. (Rice University Press)--17.9
  • Black, Hillel--18.1
  • Blaise, Clark--20.2
  • Bloom, Harold--16.1, 18.6
  • Blythe, Will (Esquire)--17.8
  • Boden, David (Barnes & Noble, New York City)--17.9
  • Borchardt, Anne--18.1
  • Borchardt, Georges--11.5, 13.4, 17.9
  • Bowen, John, 1924- --17.8
  • Bowman, Bill--17.8
  • Brady, Charles A. (Charles Andrew), 1912- (Buffalo Evening News)--1.1
  • Branfman, Eric J. (Swidler & Berlin)--2.7
  • Brann, Helen (Helen Brann Agency)--3.4, 4.6, 18.2
  • Braun-Munk, Eugene Clarence (Editions Stock)--12.3
  • Brent, Jonathan (Formations)--17.9
  • Broadhurst, Barbara (Doubleday)--13.4
  • Brodkey, Harold (New Yorker)--13.4
  • Broner, Sandy--17.8
  • Brooks, Peter, 1938- (Whitney Humanities Center, Yale University)--17.8
  • Brooks, Stanley M. (Once Upon a Time)--15.4
  • Brown, Francis, 1903-1995 (New York Times Book Review)--9.3, 9.8, 10.3, 12.3
  • Browne, Ray B. (Ray Broadus), 1922-2009 (Center for the Study of Popular Culture)--17.8
  • Broyard, Anatole--17.8
  • Brustein, Robert Sanford, 1927- --5.1, 16.1
  • Buckley, Candy--5.1
  • Burgin, Richard (Boulevard)--17.9, 18.1
  • Burr, Carol (California State University, Chico)--20.2
  • Busch, Frederick, 1941-2006--16.1, 18.6
  • Cali, Elaine--17.8
  • Capito, Robert--17.8
  • Capouya, Emile (Nation)--10.4
  • Carrell, Bettie (Houston Seminar)--20.4
  • Carrell, Richard N.--17.8
  • Cattarulla, Kay (Symphony Space)--13.4
  • Cerf, Bennett, 1898-1971 (Random House)--17.8
  • Chalfant, Sarah--17.8
  • Charles, Gerda, 1914-1996--12.3
  • Charyn, Jerome "Jerry" (City University of New York)--17.8
  • Cherry, Amy (W. W. Norton & Company)--13.4, 17.9, 19.4
  • Christensen, Paul, 1943- (Texas A &M University)--17.8
  • Circle Repertory Company--17.8
  • Claren, Sebastian--17.8
  • Clark, Susan, 1940- --3.4
  • Clemens, Cyril, 1902-1999--1.1
  • Clemente, Kevin T. (British American Publishing Ltd.)--13.4
  • Clurman, Harold, 1901-1980--1.1, 16.1
  • Codde, Philippe--17.8
  • Cohen, Arthur A. (Arthur Allen), 1928-1986 (Holt, Rinehart and Winston, Inc.)--17.8
  • Colby, Vineta (H. W. Wilson Company)--17.9
  • Cole, Robert, 1917-2008 "Bob" (McCann-Erickson International)--1.1
  • Cooper, Andrew M., 1953- --13.4
  • Cooper, Arnold M.--17.8
  • Cooper, Patricia (New York University)--17.8
  • Coughlin, Francis W. (British American Publishing Ltd.)--19.7
  • Courtright, Frederick T. (The Permissions Company)--18.1
  • Crawfurd, Diana (Diana Crawfurd Literary Agents)--1.1, 12.3
  • Crowley, John William, 1945- (Syracuse University)--13.4
  • Cunningham, Ann Marie (Texas)--17.8
  • Curtis, C. Michael (Atlantic Monthly)--17.9, 18.2
  • Cutler, Laurel (McCann-Erickson, Inc.)--12.3
  • Czarniecki, Anne D. (Graywolf Press)--17.9
  • Dajani, Virginia (American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters)--19.4
  • Dalton, Charles, 1935- (Phi Kappa Phi University of Houston)--19.4
  • Daniels, John (Who's Who in America)--19.5
  • Dark, Larry (Literary Outtakes)--13.4
  • Davenport, Guy--16.1
  • Davis, Philip (Philip Maurice) (University of Liverpool)--15.8
  • De Vries, Peter, 1910-1993--16.1
  • Decter, Ed, 1959- --17.8
  • Delbanco, Nicholas--13.4, 16.1
  • Des Pres, Terrence--16.1
  • Deutsch, Hans--2.7
  • Diamond, Pamela D. “Pam”--17.8
  • Diaz, Tony, 1968- --17.8
  • Dickstein, Morris--16.1
  • Didion, Joan--16.1
  • Dinwiddie, Michael (New York University)--17.8
  • Dirda, Michael (Washington Post Book World)--10.2
  • Dixon, Leah (University of Texas Press)--17.8
  • Dixon, Mary Lenn (Texas A&M University)--18.1
  • Dixon, Terrell (University of Houston)--19.2
  • Dobell, Byron (McCall Publishing Company)--19.6
  • Dolger, Jonathan (Simon and Schuster)--3.4, 18.2
  • Dorsch, Kristen A. (Contemporary Authors)--19.5
  • Downs, Mary (Middletown, CT)--17.8
  • Doyle, Jim (Yonkers, N.Y.)--12.3
  • Doyle, Marion--1.1
  • Dunn, Betsy (Poetry Center)--19.6-7
  • Edel, Leon, 1907-1997 –13.4, 16.2
  • Edwards, Marialuisa--3.4
  • Elliott, George P., 1918-1980--16.2
  • Ellman, Lawrence (Longchamps Restaurants)--20.1
  • Epstein, Edward Jay, 1935- 17.8
  • Epstein, Seymour, 1917- "Sy"--1.1, 12.3
  • Estess, Sybil Pittman--17.8
  • Estess, Ted L., 1942- (University of Houston)--19.2
  • Estrada, Geneen--20.2
  • Eutemey, Loring--13.4, 17.8
  • Evans, Ann (Marvin Josephson Associates, Inc.)--19.6
  • Evans, Joni (William Morrow & Company)--3.4
  • Farrer, David (Martin Secker & Warburg Limited)--18.2
  • Feshbach, Oriole Farb --17.8
  • Feshbach, Sidney "Sid"--17.8
  • Fiedler, Leslie A.--16.2
  • Fields, Arthur C. (Coward-McCann, Inc.; G. P. Putnam & Sons; Arthur Fields Books)--1.1, 12.3, 18.2
  • Fields, Jerry (Jerry Fields Associates)--17.8
  • Fierstein, Harvey, 1954- --16.2
  • Fine, Donald I. (Arbor House)--18.2
  • Finn, David, 1921- (Ruder-Finn)--2.7, 20.5
  • Flender, Harold--1.1
  • Foley, Paul (Stockholm)--1.1
  • Frankenheimer, John, 1930-2002 (Columbia Pictures)--15.4, 17.8
  • Freed, Kayce--3.4
  • Freeman, David, screenwriter--13.4, 17.8
  • Friedman, B. H. (Bernard Harper), 1926-2011--17.8
  • Friedman, Bruce Jay, 1930- --3.4, 12.3, 13.4, 17.8
  • Frons, Brian (NBC Entertainment)--5.3
  • Gaffney, Elizabeth (Paris Review)--11.7, 17.8
  • Gaines, Drummond (National Cash Register Company)--1.1
  • Galipault, Meg (Kenyon Review)—18.1
  • Gallaher, Edwin (University of Houston)--19.2
  • Garcia, Danny--17.8
  • Gardner, Leslie, 1949- (Artellus Limited)--17.9
  • Garfield, Susan E. (Rockefeller Foundation)--3.6
  • Garis, Leslie, 1943- (Viking Press, Inc.)--17.8
  • Garrett, George, 1929-2008 (Hollins College)--17.8, 18.6
  • Gelb, Arthur, 1924- (New York Times)--17.8
  • Georges Borchardt, Inc.--17.9, 18.1, 19.7
  • Gibson, William, 1914-2008--16.2
  • Gilbar, Steven--18.1
  • Gilbert, Jarobin, Jr. (Arts & Communications Counselors)--2.7, 17.9
  • Gilliatt, Neal (Interpublic, Inc.)--1.1, 20.1
  • Gilliatt, Penelope--16.2
  • Giroux, Robert (Farrar, Straus & Giroux, Inc.)--13.4, 15.8
  • Glazer, Milton--13.4
  • Glikes, Erwin A. (Harper & Row, Publishers; Simon & Schuster)--13.4, 19.7
  • Gluck, Sidney J.--11.4, 13.4
  • Glusman, John (Farrar, Straus & Giroux)--17.9
  • Godoff, Ann (Atlantic Monthly Press)--17.9
  • Goff, Freddie Jane (Southern Methodist University)--5.2, 18.6
  • Gold, Herbert, 1924- --3.4, 16.2
  • Goldberg, Jerold--17.8
  • Goldberg, Vicki--17.8
  • Goldstein, Neil (Boulder, CO)--17.8
  • Goode, Stephen (Russell Sage College; Studies in the Twentieth Century)--17.8
  • Googe, Charles H., Jr. (Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison)--2.7
  • Gotlieb, Howard B. (Boston University)--3.4
  • Goyen, William--1.1, 12.3, 16.2; 18.2
  • Granger, Haidee (ABC Entertainment)--13.4
  • Greene, Merril--17.8
  • Gregg, Judie--17.8
  • Gregory, Keith (Southern Methodist University Press)--5.2, 18.6
  • Grillo, Janet (New Line Cinema)--15.4
  • Grose, William R. (Dell Publishing Co., Inc.)--18.2
  • Gross, Anita (Marvin Josephson Associates, Inc.)--19.6
  • Grossman, Barbara (Harper & Row, Publishers)--15.1
  • Guest, Barbara--12.3
  • Haas, Cynthia--18.3
  • Haas, Joseph (Saturday Review)--1.1
  • Hackett, John (Wesleyan University)--18.3
  • Haider, Vicky Chen (Playboy)--18.2
  • Hallie, Philip Paul –13.4, 15.1, 16.3
  • Halpern, Daniel, 1945- (Antaeus)--17.9
  • Hardin, Nancy (Ziegler Ross Agency)--18.3
  • Harding, Alexandra (Georges Borchardt, Inc.)--17.9
  • Hardwick, Elizabeth–16.3
  • Harnick, Sheldon--18.3
  • Harrell, Richard (Juilliard School)--18.3
  • Harris, Herbert (Crime Writers Association)--18.3
  • Harris, Mary (New York City)--1.1
  • Harrison, W. Spencer (Warner Bros.-Seven Arts, Inc.)--20.3
  • Harss, Marina (Georges Borchardt, Inc.)--18.1, 18.6
  • Hartnett, Joel (Look)--1.1
  • Hartnett, John (Helen Brann Literary Agency)--18.2
  • Harvard University--8.3 (Robert Kiely), 20.1
  • Hassan, Ihab Habib, 1925- (Wesleyan University)--3.4, 11.1, 12.3, 16.4
  • Hatcher, Alexandria (Alexandria Hatcher Agency)--18.3
  • Haydn, Hiram Collins, 1907-1973 (Harcourt, Brace & World, Inc.; Annenberg School of Communications, University of Pennsylvania)--1.1, 18.3
  • Hecht, Anthony, 1923-2004--16.3, 19.4
  • Heller, Erich, 1911-1990 (Northwestern University)--12.3, 18.3
  • Heller, Paul M., 1927- (Warner Bros. Inc.)--7.3, 18.3, 19.6
  • Henderson, Bill, 1941- (Pushcart Press)--17.9
  • Herendeen, Wyman H., 1948- (University of Houston)--19.2
  • Herrick, William, 1915- "Bill"--18.3
  • Hersey, John, 1914-1993–16.3
  • Hewitt, Muriel (Marvin Josephson Associates, Inc.)--19.6
  • Hickok, Gloria Vando--18.3
  • Hillenbrand, Lisa--18.3
  • Hills, L. Rust (Esquire)--17.9, 18.2-3
  • Hochman, Sandra–1.1, 16.3
  • Hodell, Courtney (Viking Penguin)--17.9
  • Hoge, Warren (New York Times)--18.4
  • Hoggard, James (Texas Institute of Letters)--19.4
  • Hollander, John--18.3
  • Hopkins, Brooke (University of Utah)--20.2
  • Horowitz, Glenn--15.8
  • Horwitz, Julius, 1920- --18.3
  • Howard, Richard, 1929- (Paris Review)--16.3, 18.3
  • Howland, Llewellyn, III (Little, Brown and Company)--18.2
  • Hughes, Brigid (Paris Review)--18.1
  • Hunt, Kinder (Hollywood Education and Literacy Project)--19.8
  • Hussey, Ron (Simon & Schuster)--18.6
  • Hyams, Barry--18.3
  • Hyman, Suzanne K. (Raritan)--11.5
  • Irving, Jules, 1925- (Repertory Theater of Lincoln Center)--6.5
  • Jakab, Elizabeth (Harper & Row, Publishers, Inc.)--18.2
  • Johnson, Nancy A. (American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters)--19.4
  • Jones, James, 1921-1977--3.4, 16.5
  • Juscik, Steve--18.3
  • Justin, George (Paramount Pictures Corporation)--1.1
  • Kass, Roger E. (Blumenthal & Lynne)--19.7
  • Kauder, Karen (Stages Repertory Theatre)--18.3
  • Kaufman, Bel--3.4, 15.1, 16.5
  • Kaufman, Millard--18.3
  • Kaufman, Sue, 1926-1977--3.4, 12.3, 18.3
  • Kazin, Alfred, 1915-1998--16.5
  • Keeley, Edmund (Princeton University)--18.3
  • Keene, Nettie--18.3
  • Kennedy, Debra (Who's Who in America)--19.5
  • Kennerly, Karen (PEN American Center)--17.9
  • Kermode, Frank, 1919-2010--15.1, 16.6, 18.6
  • Kerr, William, 1924-1999 (Wesleyan University)--20.3
  • Kessler, Jascha Frederick, 1929- --3.4, 11.5, 16.7
  • Kessler, Julia Braun--18.3
  • Kiernan, Frances (New Yorker)--13.4
  • Kilian, Karl (Brazos Bookstore)--18.3
  • Kirsch, Robert R., 1922-1980 (Los Angeles Times)--18.3
  • Kirschner, Helene--13.4
  • Kisker, George W. (BSA Sound Seminars)--19.6
  • Kizer, Carolyn--16.5
  • Klein, Cindy (Georges Borchardt, Inc.)--17.9, 19.7
  • Klein, Elinor--18.3
  • Kolatch, Mike--5.1
  • Kollek, Teddy, 1911-2007--16.5
  • Korey, Stanton (Plus Two Productions, Ltd.)--12.3
  • Kosinski, Jerzy, 1933-1991--16.5
  • Kotlowitz, Robert (Harper's Magazine)--12.3, 18.3
  • Kraft, Joseph--3.4
  • Kramer, Maurice (Brooklyn College)--18.3
  • Kummel, Eugene H. (McCann-Erickson Worldwide)--3.4
  • Lang, Kathryn (Southern Methodist University)--5.2, 6.4, 18.1, 18.6
  • Lapautre, Michelle (Agence Michelle Lapautre)--3.4, 12.3, 18.2-3
  • Lapham, Lewis H. (Harper's)--18.2
  • Lasher, Lawrence M. (University of Maryland)--21.1
  • Lebowitz, Albert, 1922- --18.3
  • Lehmann-Haupt, Christopher--16.5
  • Lehr, Wilson (New American Playwrights Series)--6.5
  • Leighton, Joan K. (Koret Jewish Book Awards)--8.2
  • Leonard, John, 1939-2008 (New York Times)--18.3
  • Lerman, Leo, 1914-1994--13.4
  • Lesser, Wendy (Threepenny Review)--18.3
  • Levi, Geraldine--3.4
  • Liddell, Frank A., Jr.--18.3
  • Lindeman, Neil C.--19.7
  • Lindley, Hilda L., 1919-1980 (Harcourt, Brace & World, Inc.)--18.3
  • Lindsay, John V. (John Vliet)--18.3
  • Linville, James Scott (Paris Review)--18.3-4
  • Lisman, Dora F.--18.3
  • Little, Celine (Georges Borchardt, Inc.)--18.1
  • Litz, Theresa--9.1
  • Loomis, Robert D. (Robert Duane), 1926- (Random House)--18.3-4
  • Lopez, Lourdes (Georges Borchardt, Inc.)--18.1
  • Lopez, Marty--18.3
  • Lotos Club (New York, N.Y.) (Louis Padovano)--18.3
  • Low, David (Wesleyan University)--18.3
  • Lowe, Harriet Van Horne, 1920-1998 (New York Post)--19.1
  • Lubar, Bernard (Lubar, Stewart, Inc.)--18.3, 20.1
  • Lurie, Jerome B. (Cohn & Glickstein; Cohn, Glickstein, Lurie & Ostrin)--18.3, 19.6
  • Lurie, Jesse Zel (Hadassah)--10.4, 18.3
  • MacGregor, Martha (New York Post)--18.3
  • Machart, Bruce--18.3
  • MacShane, Frank, 1927-1999--16.8
  • Madden, David, 1933- --9.6, 18.3
  • Magdoff, Samuel (Elektra Film Productions)--18.3
  • Mahoney, Martha (G. P. Putnam's Sons)--1.1
  • Malamud, Ann--13.4, 15.1, 16.9, 21.1
  • Malamud, Bernard--16.10
  • Malcolm, Janet--13.4
  • Malzberg, Barry N. (Avant Publishing, Inc.)--18.3
  • Mandel, Robert (University of Wisconsin Press)--6.4
  • Manoff, Richard K. "Dick" (Manoff International, Inc.)--18.3, 19.7
  • Manus, Willard, 1930- "Will"--12.3
  • Marek, Richard (Macmillan Company)--18.3
  • Marker, Robert (McCann Erickson, Inc.)--8.3
  • Masters, Hilary--18.3
  • Matovich, Catherine--18.3
  • McBride, Tom, 1945- (Beloit College)--20.2
  • McCann, Janet (Texas A&M University)--19.2
  • McCulloch, Jeanne "Jay"--18.3
  • McElroy, Joseph--16.8
  • McGinley, Jean (Random House)--18.6
  • McGraw-Hill Book Company (Victor de Keyserling)--18.3
  • McKaughan, Molly (Paris Review)--18.3
  • McKinley, James (New Letters; University of Missouri-Kansas City)--13.4, 17.9, 18.3
  • McNamara, John, 1938- (University of Houston)--19.2
  • Meade, Walter (Avon Books)--17.9
  • Meed, Vladka (Jewish Labor Committee)--6.3, 18.3
  • Melanowski, Melanie--18.3
  • Melnick, Daniel, 1932-2009 "Dan" (IndieProd Company)--15.1
  • Menaker, Daniel (Random House; New Yorker)--17.9, 18.1
  • Meredith, William, 1919-2007--16.8
  • Michaels, Leonard, 1933-2003 "Lenny"--12.3
  • Michelman, Herbert (Crown Publishers, Inc.)--19.6
  • Mikhailovska, Mirra (Polish Embassy)--18.3
  • Millones, Peter (New York Times)--18.3
  • Mills, Elizabeth (Southwest Review)--18.1
  • Mitgang, Herbert (New York Times)--18.3
  • Moloney, Marianne (Viking Press)--3.4
  • Monahan, Charles (Book World)--18.3
  • Moon, Eric, 1923- (Library Journal)--1.1, 12.3
  • Moore, Richard A.--18.3
  • Moreton, Kevin (Orbit Pictures)--19.8
  • Morgenstern, Susie Hoch--18.3
  • Morhaim, Joe--18.3
  • Mori, Tom (Charles E. Tuttle Co., Inc.)--18.2
  • Morris, Willie--16.8
  • Morris, Wright, 1910-1998--18.3
  • Morton, Frederick--3.4, 12.3, 18.3
  • Moss, Stanley (Sheep Meadow Press)--18.3
  • Mott, W. King (University of St. Thomas)--18.3
  • Mufson, Daniel "Dan" (Theater Magazine, Yale University)--18.3
  • Murphy, Kathleen (British American Publishing)--13.4
  • Murray, Amanda M. (W. W. Norton & Company)--17.9
  • Murray, Gerald E. (Ruder-Finn)--20.2
  • Nation's Business--18.4
  • National Book Review--18.4
  • Navasky, Victor S. (Monocle Magazine)--18.4
  • Nedelman, Charles I.--18.4
  • Nesbit, Lynn (Artists Agency Corporation; Marvin Josephson Associates; International Famous Agency)--1.1, 3.4, 12.3, 18.4
  • New York Times Book Review--18.4
  • Nielsen, Leslie, 1926-2010--18.4
  • Niles, Henry E. (Henry Edward), 1900- (Business Executives Move for Vietnam Peace)--18.4
  • Nin, Anaïs, 1903-1977--3.4, 12.3, 17.1
  • Nolan, Betsy (Betsy Nolan Public Relations, Inc.)--18.4
  • O'Connell, Shaun (University of Massachusetts-Boston)--18.4
  • Oates, Joyce Carol, 1938- (Ontario Review Press)--13.4, 17.2
  • Olsen, Alice--18.4
  • Orchard, Robert J. (American Repertory Theatre)--5.1
  • Ozick, Cynthia--13.4, 15.1, 17.3, 18.6, 19.4, 20.2
  • Padilla, Lisa (Marvin Josephson Associates, Inc.)--19.6
  • Pagliaro, Harold E. (Swarthmore College)--18.4
  • Palumbo, Leonard--18.4
  • Panzera, Donald P. (Library of Congress)--21.1
  • Paton, John W. "Jack" (Wesleyan University)--15.4, 18.4
  • Patterson, Robert F. (Lancer Books, Inc.)--18.2
  • Paulsen, David--19.6
  • Paulson, Ronald (Johns Hopkins University)--18.4
  • Pavlin, Jordan (Alfred A. Knopf, Inc.)--18.1
  • Pearlman, Judy--18.4
  • Perry, Eleanor--3.4, 18.4
  • Perry, Frank, 1930-1995 (Corsair Pictures)--18.4
  • Petersson, Robert T. (Robert Torsten) (Smith College)--18.4
  • Petitt, Victoria (Georges Borchardt, Inc.)--18.1
  • Pfeffer, Doris--18.4
  • Phelps, Robert C.--12.3
  • Phillips, Lawrence--18.4
  • Phillips, Robert S.--17.4, 18.6
  • Phillips, William, 1907-2002 (Partisan Review)--13.4
  • Pickering, James H. (University of Houston)--19.2, 19.8
  • Pinter, Harold, 1930-2008--17.4
  • Pipkin, James W., 1944- (University of Houston)--19.2
  • Plante, David--18.4
  • Plimpton, George--17.4
  • Podemska, Ruda--18.4
  • Poirier, Richard (Rutgers University; Raritan)--13.4, 17.4, 17.9
  • Polsky, Ned (Biography House)--18.4
  • Posey, Chester L. (McCann-Erickson, Inc.; de Garmo, Inc.)--18.4, 20.1
  • Pozner, Vladimir--18.4, 19.6
  • Prats, Joan (Joan Prats Gallery)--18.4
  • Pratt, Joseph A. "Joe" (University of Houston)--19.2
  • Press, Leonard L.--18.4
  • Price, Marie Elizabeth (Georges Borchardt, Inc.)--17.9
  • Prince, Harold, 1928- --17.4
  • Pulitzer Prizes (Columbia University)--13.4
  • Purdue, Melissa (Limestone)--18.4
  • Pushcart Press (Bill Henderson)--18.4
  • Puzo, Mario, 1920-1999--3.4, 15.1, 17.4
  • Rama Rau, Santha, 1923-2009--1.1
  • Raphael, Frederic, 1931- --18.4
  • Rappaport, Judith J.--13.4
  • Rasmussen, Mike (Helen Brann Literary Agency)--18.2
  • Ravenel, Shannon (Houghton Mifflin Company)--18.4
  • Ravin, Sonia--18.4
  • Ray, Judy (The Writers Place)--18.4
  • Raz, Hilda (University of Nebraska Lincoln)--18.1, 19.4
  • Reed, Joseph W., 1932- (Wesleyan University)--20.3
  • Reed, Rex (Chicago Tribune-New York News Syndicate)--18.4
  • Rich, Monica L. (Georges Borchardt, Inc.)--17.9, 18.1, 19.8
  • Richards, Gillian (Theatre Communications Group)--5.1
  • Richardson, Hope (Georges Borchardt, Inc.)--18.1
  • Richardson, Ralph W. (Rockefeller Foundation)--18.4
  • Richman, ____, Mr.--18.4
  • Richter, Tellmond (Prudential)--18.4, 19.2
  • Riddell, Richard (American Repertory Theatre)--5.1
  • Robbin, Nancy--18.4
  • Robbins, Amy (Georges Borchardt, Inc.)--17.9
  • Robbins, Henry (Farrar, Straus & Giroux, Inc.)--18.4
  • Roberts, Flora (Flora Roberts, Inc.)--18.2
  • Robertson, Wilhelmina--18.4
  • Rochlin, Doris--18.4
  • Roiphe, Anne Richardson, 1935- --17.4
  • Roman, Kenneth (Ogilvy & Mather; American Express Company)--18.4
  • Rosen, Norma--13.4, 18.4
  • Rosenblatt, Roger (Harvard University)--18.4
  • Rosenfeld, Lulla Adler--18.4
  • Rosenman, Jane (Scribner)--18.1
  • Rosenthal, Hinda (Rosenthal Foundation)--19.4
  • Rosenthal, Lois (Story)--17.9, 18.5
  • Rosten, Leo, 1908-1997 (Look)--18.4
  • Rosten, Norman, 1914- --18.4
  • Rotell, Thomas M. (Texas A&M University Press)--19.7
  • Roth, Philip--17.4
  • Rothenberg, Barbara--18.4
  • Rothman, John (Omicron Delta Kappa, University of Houston Circle)--18.4
  • Rubin, Saul--18.4
  • Ruffin, Paul--6.4
  • Rutherford, Pat R.--18.4
  • Saatchi & Saatchi Advertising (Nadeen Peterson)--18.5
  • Sacks, Oliver W.--17.4
  • Saint-Aubin, Susan (San Francisco State University)--20.2
  • Sale, Faith (G. P. Putnam's Sons)--17.9
  • Salitros, Linda (Texas A&M University Press)--19.8
  • Salomon, Michel--18.5
  • Salter, James--17.4
  • Sanders, Ronald, d. 1991 (Midstream)--18.5
  • Sangott, Margo?--1.1
  • Sarmento, Armando M. (McCann-Erickson, Inc.)--20.1
  • Savarese, Julia--18.5
  • Savisky, Mauri--18.5
  • Sawhill, John C., 1936- (New York University)--18.5
  • Schacher, Wendy (Georges Borchardt, Inc.)--17.9, 19.7
  • Scharlatt, Harold (Random House)--18.5
  • Scherman, David E. (David Edward), 1916-1997 (Life Magazine)--12.3, 18.5
  • Scheuer, Steven H.--18.5
  • Schiffman, Amy M. (Gersh Agency)--18.5
  • Schiffman, Irving--18.5
  • Schiller, Emily (National Repertory Theatre Foundation)--18.5
  • Schmalzer, Victor (W. W. Norton & Company)--17.9, 19.7
  • Schnee, Samantha (Zoetrope)--18.1
  • Schneider, Alan, 1917-1984 (University of California, San Diego)--18.5
  • Schulman, Grace (The Poetry Center)--13.4, 18.5
  • Schultz, Bob (book reviewer, Moreno Valley, CA)--13.4
  • Schwaber, Paul, 1936- (Wesleyan University)--18.5, 20.2
  • Schwartz, Lynne J.--18.5
  • Schwartz, Rebecca (University of Houston?)--18.5
  • Seaver, Jeanette--3.4, 18.5
  • Seaver, Richard "Dick" (Grove Press; Richard Seaver Books;Viking Press, Inc.)--1.1, 3.4, 18.5
  • Segal, David I. (Harper & Row, Publishers)--18.5
  • Segal, Lore Groszmann--18.5
  • Selzer, Richard, 1928- "Dick"--18.5
  • Settle, John Alden (Holt, Rinehart and Winston, Inc.--19.6
  • Sevastiades, Patra McSharry (Icarus)--17.9
  • Shah, Jacquelyn--18.5
  • Shannon, Denise (Georges Borchardt, Inc.)--17.9
  • Shapiro, Mark R. (Jadbro Productions)--15.5, 18.1
  • Shapiro, Michael (San Francisco, CA)--18.5
  • Shaw, Irwin, 1913-1984--17.4
  • Shaw, Peter, 1936- (State University of New York)--18.5
  • Shdanoff, George, 1905-1998 (Los Angeles Theatre Company)--18.5
  • Shea, Ira--18.5
  • Sheed, Wilfred (Commonweal)--10.4, 12.3
  • Sherry, Norman (Trinity University)--18.5
  • Shiffman, Ruth--18.5
  • Shine, Ezra (Shine, Kallmann & Co.)--18.5
  • Shine, Muriel--18.5
  • Shire, Adrian (W. H. Allen & Co., Ltd.)--12.3
  • Shloss, Carol (Wesleyan University)--18.5
  • Shneidman, Edwin S. (Department of Health, Education and Welfare)--18.5
  • Shoemaker, Jack, 1946- (Counterpoint)--18.1
  • Shoesmith, K. S., Mrs. "Kitty Sefton"--1.1
  • Siegel, Kate--18.5
  • Sifton, Elisabeth (Farrar, Straus & Giroux, Inc.)--18.5
  • Silberman, James H. "Jim" (Random House)--18.5
  • Silvani, Lydia E. (McCann-Erickson, Inc.)--1.1
  • Silver, Mildred (St. Louis Globe Democrat)--1.1
  • Simmons, Charles, 1924- (New York Times Book Review)--18.5
  • Simpson, Dorothy (Berkeley, CA)--18.5
  • Simpson, Eileen B.--18.5
  • Simpson, Louis, 1923- (State University of New York, Stony Brook)--18.5
  • Sinel, Joshua--18.5
  • Smith, Carol Houck (W. W. Norton & Company)--5.1, 17.9, 18.5
  • Smith, Janna Malamud--13.4, 18.3
  • Smith, Raymond J. "Ray" (Ontario Review)--13.4, 17.9
  • Snyder, Patricia Giniger (Arts & Communications Counselors)--20.5
  • Sohmer, Steve (Bureau of Advertising; CBS)--18.5, 20.1
  • Solomon, Barbara Probst--13.4
  • Solotaroff, Robert "Bob"--21.1
  • Solotaroff, Ted, 1928-2008 "Ted" (Harper & Row, Publishers; New American Library)--17.9, 18.5
  • Southern, Carol (Clarkson N. Potter, Inc.)--17.9
  • Spencer, Elizabeth, 1921- --13.4, 18.5
  • Sperry, Paul--18.5
  • Spiegelman, Willard (Southwest Review)--19.8
  • Spielvogel, Carl (McCann-Erickson, Inc.)--18.5
  • Spingarn, Lawrence Perry, 1917- "Larry" (Perivale Press)--18.5
  • Spitzer, Erwin Edwin, 1910- "Ed"--13.4, 18.5
  • Stein, Irwin (Lancer Books; Warner Bros., Inc.)--1.1
  • Steirman, Hy (Coronet Communications, Inc.)--18.5
  • Sterling, John (Houghton Mifflin Company)--17.9
  • Stern, Morris (father)--18.5
  • Stern, Richard G., 1928- "Dick" (University of Chicago)--18.5
  • Stern, Susan Glodt (Corrales, NM)--19.4
  • Stevens, Shane--18.5
  • Stevenson, Wade--17.5
  • Stewart, _____ (New Yorker)--17.9
  • Stewart, Lois (Director of Permissions, Bobbs-Merrill Company, Inc.)--18.5
  • Stewart, Robert Sussman--18.5
  • Stewart, Robert, 1946- "Bob" (New Letters; University of Missouri-Kansas City)--18.5
  • Stone, Barbara (Hampton Shorts)--18.6, 20.6
  • Stuchiner, A. Martin--20.3
  • Sudrann, Jean (Mount Holyoke College)--18.5
  • Swados, Harvey (Sarah Lawrence College)--18.5
  • Sykes, Gerald, 1903- --11.5, 18.5
  • Tabori, George, 1914-2007 (Warner Bros.)--19.1
  • Tabori, Lena (Harry N. Abrams, Inc.)--19.1
  • Taggart, William S. (Interpublic Group)--20.1
  • Talbot, Toby--19.1
  • Tashoff, Gene--19.1
  • Taylor, Benjamin, 1952- (Washington University in St. Louis)--19.1
  • Thornton, John F., 1942- (New American Library)--18.2
  • Toloyan, Khacig ("Kach") (Wesleyan University)--19.1
  • Towers, Irwin M. (Institute of Marketing Communications)--1.1
  • Townley, Rod (The Writers Place)--19.1
  • Townley, Wyatt--19.1
  • Trilling, Diana--17.6
  • Trilling, Lionel, 1905-1975–17.6
  • Trognon, Alain (Institut National de la Statistique et des Etudes Economiques)--19.1
  • Tucker, Martin (Confrontation)--11.7, 13.4
  • Turner, Alice K. (Playboy)--18.1
  • Turner, Robert Kean, 1926- (University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee)--19.1
  • Updike, John--17.6
  • Velie, Antony D. (McGraw-Hill Book Company)--19.1
  • Visconti, Luchino, 1906-1976 (Alfa Cinematografica)--19.1
  • Walker, Gerald, 1928- (New York Times)--19.1
  • Wallach, Eli, 1915- --17.6
  • Walsh, George, 1931- (Ballantine Books)--18.2
  • Walsh, Jack (Editorial Department, Samuel French, Inc.)--6.5
  • Ward, John Owen (Oxford University Press)--19.1
  • Warner, Robert (Tinker, Dodge & Delano, Inc.)--19.1
  • Warnford-Davis, Ann (Deborah Rogers Ltd. Literary Agency)--12.3
  • Wass, Stanley--19.1
  • Wasserman, Harriet (Russell & Volkening, Inc.)--19.1
  • Wax, David--17.8
  • Webb, Paula--19.1
  • Wells, Beverly Wiggins (Canio's Books)--20.4
  • West, Paul, 1930- --12.3, 17.6
  • Wetzsteon, Ross (Village Voice)--13.4, 19.1
  • Wheelis, Allen, 1915- --19.1
  • White, Frank (Middletown, CT)--19.1
  • White, Hayden V., 1928- (Wesleyan University)--3.4, 19.1
  • White, Winston Ricks--19.1
  • Whitehead, William G. (William Grant), 1943-1987 "Bill" (Macmillan Publishing Company)--13.4
  • Whitmore, Stanford (Universal Pictures, Inc.)--19.1
  • Whittemore, Reed, 1919-2012 (New Republic)--19.1
  • Wiegner, Kathleen (University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee)--19.1
  • Wiesel, Elie, 1928- (Boston University)--1.1, 5.2, 15.3, 17.7; 18.1
  • Wilbur, Richard, 1921- (Wesleyan University)--17.6
  • Willen, Drenka (Harcourt Brace Jovanovich)--13.4
  • Williams, Alan D. (Viking Press)--18.2, 19.1
  • Williams, Galen (Poetry Center; Poets & Writers; Y. M. H. A.)--19.1
  • Williams, Veronica (H. W. Wilson Company)--19.5
  • Winters, Harold--19.1
  • Wiseman, Joseph--19.1
  • Wolfe, Jason (Wesleyan University)--19.1
  • Wolfe, Steve (University of Houston)--19.1
  • Woodward, C. Vann (Comer Vann), 1908-1999 (American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters)--19.4
  • Yardley, Jonathan (Book World)--19.1
  • Yeager, Paul (Houston Public Television)--15.2
  • Yerushalmi, Yosef Hayim, 1932-2009--19.1
  • Yglesias, Helen (Nation; National Magazine)--19.1
  • Yntema, Esther S. (Atlantic Monthly Press)--3.4, 18.2, 19.1
  • Youngman, Arline (New York Times Book Review)--10.2, 19.1
  • Zaslow, Bob--13.4
  • Zavatsky, Bill (Sun Publishing)--19.1
  • Unidentified correspondents:
  • ____, Alan (George Mason University--19.3
  • ____, Alex--19.3
  • ____, Alexandra--19.3
  • ____, Annabel--19.3
  • ____, Anne (New York Hospital – Cornell Medical Center)--13.4
  • ____, Arlene--13.4
  • ____, Bea and Ted--13.4
  • ____, Bernadette--12.3, 13.4
  • ____, Bernie--19.3
  • ____, Beverly--19.3; 19.7
  • ____, Bill & Kim--19.3
  • ____, Bill--19.3
  • ____, Bob--19.3
  • ____, Boz--1.1
  • ____, Claire--5.1, 19.3
  • ____, Dan--2.7, 19.3
  • ____, David--3.4
  • ____, Ed--19.3
  • ____, Franklin--19.3
  • ____, Jack--13.3
  • ____, Janet (New Yorker)--13.4
  • ____, Jim--19.3
  • ____, Judith--19.3
  • ____, Karen--19.3
  • ____, Lee (E. E. Spitzer Advertising)--13.4
  • ____, Lee--19.3
  • ____, Madge--15.1
  • ____, Maria--19.3
  • ____, Marvin--19.3
  • ____, Roger--19.3
  • ____, Ronnie--19.3
  • ____, Ruth--19.3
  • ____, Sandy--3.4
  • ____, Steele (Columbia University)--19.3
  • ____, Sue--13.4, 19.3
  • ____, Susan--1.1
  • ____, Ted--14.6, 19.3
  • ____, Tom--19.3
  • E____, R____ G____ "Bob"--19.3
  • E____, W____ N____--1.1
  • G____, Lynn N.--17.8
  • K____, H____ L____ (Worcester Telegram)--1.1
  • M_____, Shirley--1.1
  • S_____, Ted (American Review)--18.2