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Fri Mar 21 17:14:05 2014 UTClccn-n500027980.00August William Derleth papers,0.381.00Mark Schorer6174258Mark_Schorern 5000279838431Šūrar, Mārk, 1908-1977lccn-n79023149Lewis, Sinclair1885-1951othdtelccn-n79018450Lawrence, D. H.(David Herbert)1885-1930dtelccn-n80045857Garland, Hamlin1860-1940lccn-n78095331Blake, William1757-1827lccn-n79079250Miles, Josephine1911-1985edtlccn-n79091450McKenzie, Gordon1901-edtlccn-n79104227Capote, Truman1924-lccn-n79038436Porter, Katherine Anne1890-1980lccn-n79059038.McCullers, Carson1917-1967lccn-n80015459MacLeish, Archibald1892-1982Schorer, Mark1908-1977FictionSatireCriticism, interpretation, etcPsychological fictionBiographyDomestic fictionReviewsHistoryManuscriptsErotic storiesAdulteryLewis, Sinclair,EnglandMiddle-aged menConformityBusinessmenGamekeepersPhysiciansMarried womenBritishGermany--Bad NauheimGermanyMiddle classMarried peopleFriendshipNovelists, AmericanSatire, AmericanUnited StatesEnglish fictionAmerican fictionLawrence, D. H.--(David Herbert),Married women--Sexual behaviorBlake, William,CriticismBooksMan-woman relationshipsFiction--TechniqueShort storiesPolitical and social viewsGarland, Hamlin,Porter, Katherine Anne,McCullers, Carson,Middlemarch (Eliot, George)City and town lifeWivesMedical ethicsAuthors, AmericanFictionSatireMiddle WestMedicine--ResearchMedicine--PracticeBusinesspeopleMedicine in literatureLove storiesBritish--Social life and customsReal estate agentsCollege readersAvariceAmerican literature19081977193119331935193619381939194119431944194519461947194819491950195119521953195419551956195719581959196019611962196319641965196619671968196919701971197219741975197619771978197919801982198319841985198719911992199419951999200524449215688813.52PS3523.E94ocn000288525ocn000266625ocn000325981ocn000296713ocn000325979ocn000534445ocn001573385ocn000316389ocn000334381ocn002433452ocn000067393ocn000568272ocn443788753ocn441301804ocn440922436ocn439378083ocn440610498ocn442703715ocn437991349ocn439274027ocn440846795ocn438777046ocn185954523ocn185904728ocn439266935ocn847064554ocn045887883ocn468013163ocn073795887415639ocn000288525book19610.28Schorer, MarkSinclair Lewis, a collection of critical essaysCriticism, interpretation, etcBiography300625ocn000288825book19610.27Schorer, MarkSinclair Lewis : an American lifeBiographyExtensive study of his personality and career154136ocn000994285book19460.53Schorer, MarkWilliam Blake; the politics of visionCriticism, interpretation, etc146117ocn000325981book19480.53Schorer, MarkCriticism : the foundations of modern literary judgment139827ocn000266625book19610.39Schorer, MarkModern British fictionCriticism, interpretation, etcReviews13349ocn000366030book19570.27Lawrence, D. HJohn Thomas and Lady JaneCriticism, interpretation, etcTrials, litigation, etcFictionErotic storiesA seductive and beautiful love story. Tells about an aristocrat, Sir Clifford Chatterley, who has come home from the war paralyzed from the waist down. His wife devotes herself to his care, but her husband's bitter arrogance soon makes her existence a nightmare. Selfishly he suggests that she produce an heir. He never dreams that she will break all the rules, and forgetting her social class, take their gamekeeper as her lover132415ocn000275910book19680.33Schorer, MarkThe world we imagine : selected essaysCriticism, interpretation, etc130525ocn000296713book19500.37Schorer, MarkThe story : a critical anthologyAnthology of short stories designed to assist the reader in appreciation and critical evaluation of the story as a literary form97731ocn000288897book19500.24Lewis, SinclairBabbittHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcFictionPsychological fictionSatireWith his portrait of George F. Babbitt, the conniving, prosperous real-estate man from Zenith, Sinclair Lewis created one of the ugliest, but most convincing, figures in American fiction: the total conformist+-+511870609587811ocn000360205book19670.53Hardy, Barbara NathanMiddlemarch; critical approaches to the novelThis Anglo-American collection of essays on Middlemarch comprises a many-faceted study of a great and much-discussed novel. Written by scholars on both sides of the Atlantic who are linked by a close and concentrated interest in the novel, this group of complementary and interrelated studies is representative of its time, both in its range and in the way it looks back and ahead in methods and conclusions. It mixes formal analysis and doubts about formal analysis; studies of background and studies of foreground; and proffers examples of linguistic criticism of a relaxed and eclectic kind. Reade70313ocn000534445book19560.56Schorer, MarkSociety and self in the novel, edited with a forewordCriticism, interpretation, etc5294ocn003121006book19770.39Schorer, MarkPieces of lifeBiography51511ocn000334381book19590.50Schorer, MarkHarbrace college reader4938ocn000681606book19510.28Ford, Ford MadoxThe good soldier a tale of passionHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcFictionDomestic fiction"This is the saddest story," the narrator notes of his friend Edward Ashburham's life. A superb soldier and the perfect English gentleman, the Ashburham has one fatal flaw with regard to affairs of love. Ford weaves a brilliant tale-long recognized as one of the masterpieces of twentieth century fiction-in which nothing is quite what it seems, including the narrator's telling of the tale48618ocn018119222book19610.24Lewis, SinclairArrowsmithFictionSatireA young doctor must decide between worldly success and his own desire to devote his life to scientific research+-+20777060954118ocn000310275book19470.70Schorer, MarkThe state of mind, thirty-two storiesFictionMany of these short stories are about failure in personal relationships39914ocn000190206book19540.59Schorer, MarkThe wars of love, a novelThree boys and a girl meet at a New York resort, separate, and meet again in New York city in the winter+-+29810788453243765ocn000067393book19700.47Schorer, MarkThe literature of America: twentieth century3462ocn003801845book19770.76Lawrence, D. HSons and lovers : a facsimile of the manuscriptFictionManuscriptsDomestic fiction3065ocn000568272book19670.63Schorer, MarkGalaxy : literary modes and genres61ocn017426521art19610.17Davenport, BasilSinclair Lewis : an American life : Mark Schorer : report21ocn016934167book19431.00Mark SchorerBiography21ocn029311705mix0.92Compton, Ida LRecords and correspondenceCorrespondence with Sinclair Lewis, as well as Horace R. Cayton, Bennett Cerf, Barnaby Conrad, Claude B. Lewis, Harry E. Maule, and Mark Schorer11ocn173692515fileDerleth, AugustAugust William Derleth papersThe processed portion of the collection is summarized above, dates 1858, 1907-1978, and is described in the register. Additional accessions are described below11ocn026872458book1.00Schorer, MarkMark Schorer papersCriticism, interpretation, etcArchivesRecords and correspondenceFaculty papers and correspondence, primarily concerning his work, and related publications in the field of modern English and American literature11ocn849527643mix1.00Hillyer, RobertRobert Hillyer PapersPapers of the American author, poet, educator. General, literary, and family correspondence; writings (essays, poems, poetry, reviews, speeches, manuscripts, galley proofs); memorabilia (photographs, clippings, genealogies, daguerreotypes. family Bibles, miniatures, hymnals). Notable correspondents include William Rose Benét, Millicent Todd Bingham, Ben Lucien Burman, Frederick Chamberlin, James Gould Cozzens, Max Eastman, Kimball Flaccus, Horace Gregory, Ralph Hodgson, Robert Huff, Amy Lowell, Archibald MacLeish, Marianne Moore, James B. Munn, Robert Nathan, John Neihardt, Louise Townsend Nicholl, Bliss Perry, Lizette Reese, Lennox Robinson, Paul Rosenfeld, Mark Schorer, Walter Magnes Teller, Mark Van Doren, and Edward Weeks11ocn062193161art1999Schorer, Mark11ocn026760356book1.00Schorer, MarkMark Schorer papersCriticism, interpretation, etcArchivesContains correspondence, manuscripts, drafts, published articles, and galleys of his work and interest in writing, publishing, and literary criticism11ocn849527635mix1.00Hicks, GranvilleGranville Hicks PapersCriticism, interpretation, etcPapers of the American author, lecturer, novelist, and literary critic. Correspondence, 1929-80, with Harriette Arnow, Newton Arvin, Van Wyck Brooks, Baker Bromell, Malcolm Cowley, Robert Cantwell, Robert Gorham Davis, Henry Christman, George Cole, James T. Farrell, Joseph Freeman, Herbert Gold, Corliss Lamont, Lucy Robbins Lang, John Lydenburg, Georgia McKinley, Fulmer Mood, Walter Ripton Morris, Wright Morris, Richard Rovere, Evelyn Scott, Lincoln Steffins, and Ella Winter, among others. Also correspondence and editorial reader's reports for Macmillan Publishing Company. Writings include articles, book manuscripts, a journal (1942-1973), lectures, as well as research notes, correspondence, and memorabilia relating to the production of Hicks' biography of John Reed. Large collection of printed material includes book reviews, clippings, and an assortment of Leftist pamphlets and periodicals from the 1930s11ocn702166034mix1.00Fenton, Charles ACharles Andrews Fenton papersHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcThe papers consist almost entirely of bibliographical material, newspaper magazine articles, excerpts from books and news dispatches collected for his proposed work on American literary approaches to the Spanish Civil War. There is also a small amount of correspondence (1954-1960). Important correspondents are Daniel Aaron, Claude G. Bowers, Granville Hicks, Rolfe Humphries, Mark Schorer and F. Jay Taylor11ocn650755345mix0.47Guérard, Albert JAlbert J. Guérard papers11ocn265033382mix1.00Powell, DawnDawn Powell PapersPersonal and professional correspondence of Dawn Powell, including she received from publishers, agents, admirers of her work, friends, family and others. Among the cataloged correspondents are: Malcolm Cowley (4 letters); John Dos Passos (57 letters); Ernest Hemingway (1 letter); Gerald and Sara Murphy (23 letters); Mark Schorer (2 letters); Edmund Wilson (15 letters); and Powell's own letters to her family. There are drafts of her playscripts and drafts and related materials for her novel "The Golden Spur". There are 4 scrapbooks of her husband, Joseph R. Gousha, recording the plays he saw in Pittsburg from 1910 to 1914, and 4 journals of her son. Additional personal and professional papers of Dawn Powell (correspondence, manuscripts, diaries, and misc. materials) are on deposit with this library and will be added to the collection in the future11ocn657328136art19790.10Schorer, Mark. 69Periodicals11ocn470399985mix1.00Gold, HerbertHerbert Gold papersThe collection contains letters written to and from Herbert Gold and manuscripts and proofs of his writings: THE OPTIMIST, THEREFORE BE BOLD, SALT, THE FATHERS, SONG FOR SAROYAN, WILLIAM SAROYAN STILL IN THE HIGHLANDS, and INTERVIEW WITH SAROYAN 65. The cataloged correspondents are: Saul Bellow, Robert Brustein, Herbert Gold, Merle Miller, Mark Schorer, and Mark Van Doren11ocn042928147mix0.47Evans, EvanRecords and correspondenceLetters from Kenneth Murdock, Harvard University, Dec. 14, 1931, and Mark Schorer, Berkeley, California, 1945-1956, about personal and academic matters11ocn820283121mix0.47Leffert, HenryPapersRecords and correspondenceBiographical material and incoming and outgoing correspondence. There are letters from Carlos Baker, Arthur Burt, Cass Canfield, Howard Mumford Jones, Harry Levin, Mark Schorer, Robert Sonkin, Daniel Stempel, Oscar Williams and William York Tindall11ocn702168270mix1.00Wimsatt, William KWilliam Kurtz Wimsatt papersCriticism, interpretation, etcThe papers are entirely professional including a small amount of correspondence, teaching materials, unpublished speeches and writings, copies of his published works, subject files and notes. Wimsatt's teaching materials, which contain bibliographies, notes on his readings, and outlines for class presentations, make up more than half of the papers. Copies of almost all of Wimsatt's published work together with the related correspondence are also in the papers11ocn497927589mix0.47Lawrence, D. HD. H. Lawrence manuscript collectionPrincipally correspondence between D. H. Lawrence and Lady Ottoline Morrell, Cecil Gray, Mrs. Maria Cristina Chambers, Henry Savage, and others. Most of the letters are original ALS. The subject matter is primarily personal, describing visitors (usually prominent literary figures), and trips. There is some correspondence regarding the censorship of Lady Chatterley's Lover. Also included are poems, manuscripts, and typescripts of correspondence11ocn036988483book19680.47Studies in short fiction : Winter 1968, vol. V, no. 2Criticism, interpretation, etc11ocn826182471visu1.00Schorer, MarkPhotographs from the Mark Schorer papersPortraitsPortraits of Shorer taken throughout his career+-+5118706095+-+5118706095Fri Mar 21 15:51:46 EDT 2014batch33512