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Thu Oct 16 17:53:15 2014 UTClccn-n500345970.10Aidan Higgins0.611.00Derek Mahon papers,166981043Aidan_Higginsn 5003459769920Higgins, Aidan 1927-...Higgins Aidan Charles 1927-....lccn-n2003029164Murphy, Neiledtlccn-n2008038782Jernigan, Daniel K.edtlccn-n82238489Minihan, Johnlccn-n79055432Beckett, Samuel1906-1989lccn-n80091138Proulx, Annielccn-no98076116Crosbie, Annette1934-lccn-n87856331Dench, Judi1934-lccn-n79125182Pinter, Harold1930-2008lccn-n88227072Irons, Jeremy1948-lccn-no95013200Image Entertainment (Firm)Higgins, Aidan1927-FictionBiographyDomestic fictionPortraitsDiariesCriticism, interpretation, etcHistoryDramaNotebooks, sketchbooks, etcPictorial worksIrelandManners and customsHiggins, Aidan,Novelists, IrishAdulterySistersWomenRegression (Civilization)Ireland--Kildare (County)AuthorsRich peoplePoor familiesAuthors, IrishTeenage boysYoung menBeckett, Samuel,Spain--AndalusiaEnglish dramaRadio plays, EnglishSpainPaintersJewish womenFamiliesArtTravelAfrica, SouthernFictionPortraits, IrishAuthors, FrenchFranceIrishMan-woman relationshipsShort storiesCaricatures and cartoonsLiteratureVoyages and travelsEnglish fiction--Irish authorsBelief and doubt in literatureEnglish fictionPostmodernism (Literature)Knowledge, Theory of, in literatureIntellectual lifeBanville, JohnJordan, Neil,Ireland--KildareShort stories, EnglishLove storiesShort stories--Women authorsLiterature--Theory, etcShort stories, European192719601961196219631964196519661967196819691970197119721973197419771978197919801981198219831985198719881989199219931995199619971998199920002001200220032004200520062007200820102012489178254823.914PR6058.I3462535ocn001295187book19660.50Higgins, AidanLangrishe, go down; a novelFictionDomestic fiction"Langrishe, Go Down traces the fall of the Langrishes - a once wealthy, highly respected Irish family - through the lives of their four daughters, especially the youngest, Imogen, whose love affair with a self-centered German scholar resonates throughout the book. Their relationship, told in erotic and occasionally melancholic prose, comes to represent not only the invasion and decline of this insular family, but the decline of Ireland and Western Europe as a whole in the years preceding World War II."--BOOK JACKET+-+470832910652614ocn000495191book19720.50Higgins, AidanBalcony of Europe; a novelFiction+-+13803291064228ocn048515630book19960.33Higgins, AidanFlotsam & jetsamFictionA collection of fiction and prose by award-winning Irish author Aidan Higgins+-+716832910637611ocn009749595book19830.29Higgins, AidanBornholm night-ferry : a novelFictionEn hemmelig affære mellem en irsk forfatter og en 20 år yngre dansk lyriker udvikler sig over 5 år mellem de få møder, via en brevveksling+-+50693291062437ocn003751001book19770.74Higgins, AidanScenes from a receding pastFiction+-+62383291061884ocn320800837book20100.56Higgins, AidanDarkling plain : (texts for the air)Introduction -- Boomtown, Texas, USA -- Discords of good humour -- Assassin -- The tomb of dreams -- Zoo station -- Vanishing heroes -- Winter is coming -- Texts for the air? -- Uncontrollable laughter -- Clouding over+-+32803291061436ocn033983243book19950.84Minihan, JohnSamuel Beckett : photographsHistoryPortraitsPictorial worksExhibition catalogsMinihan's photographs take a rare and intimate look into the life of this intensely private person. Beckett is seen at work directing several of his plays and relaxing in the cafes he loved; he is seen alone and with friends. Writing with wit and affection, Aidan Higgins says in his introduction: "Despite his frigid bearing and frosty mien, there was something warm and endearing about him+-+15696125351275ocn057186390book20050.92Higgins, AidanWindy arbours : collected criticismCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+K6483291061275ocn019739751book19890.88Higgins, AidanHelsingør Station & other departures : fictions and autobiographies 1956-19891237ocn029468538book19930.82Higgins, AidanLions of the Grunewald+-+53624849253241106ocn000052513book19600.84Higgins, AidanFelo de se1023ocn054688271visu20040.20Langrishe, go downFictionDramaIn 1930s Dublin, German scholar Otto Peck plunges into a torrid love affair with Imogen Langrishe, a fading flower of the English noble class living in a decadent family plantation with her sisters1006ocn005355098book19780.77Higgins, AidanAsylum, and other storiesFiction872ocn019264306book19890.82Higgins, AidanRonda Gorge & other precipices : travel writing 1956-1989764ocn001506518book19600.84Higgins, AidanKillachter meadow; [six stories]766ocn004003007book19770.56A Century of short stories373ocn059497084book20000.79Higgins, AidanThe whole hog : a sequel to Donkey's years and Dog daysBiography+-+1081374455324312ocn051849272book20020.96Higgins, AidanAs I was riding down Duval Boulevard with Pete La Salle : adapted from the earplay "Boomtown" commissioned by the BBC and broadcast on Radio 3 with Norman Rodway as Professor Higgins274ocn036396007book19960.63Higgins, AidanSamuel BeckettPortraits176ocn073788379book19670.29Higgins, AidanEin später Sommer Roman2472ocn054974693book20040.53Higgins, AidanA bestiaryBiographyIn writing his memoirs, Higgins exposes the sources for many of his novels and stories, giving the readers a rare look into the "story behind the story." But A Bestiary is more than a factual expose - this collection of memories is constructed in a novelistic way, creating a work of literary art out of a life."--BOOK JACKET+-+33083291061807ocn032937067book19950.74Higgins, AidanDonkey's years : memories of a life as story toldBiography+-+29414849253241472ocn320801731book20100.92Aidan Higgins : the fragility of formCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+47103291061454ocn038855100book19980.77Higgins, AidanDog days : a sequel to Donkey's yearsBiography+-+09395718953241291ocn000210941book19710.84Higgins, AidanImages of Africa: diary (1956-60)Diaries1253ocn046866458book20000.79Higgins, AidanThe whole hog : a sequel to Donkey's years and Dog daysBiography933ocn767564360book20120.92Higgins, AidanBlind man's bluffFictionNotebooks, sketchbooks, etcA commonplace book of anecdotes and cartoons, Aidan Higgins's Blind Man's Bluff is a compendium of tart and comic insights into sight itself, as well as other varied indignities: personal, historical, and literary473ocn053903634book20040.77Murphy, NeilIrish fiction and postmodern doubt : an analysis of the epistemological crisis in modern fictionCriticism, interpretation, etc+-+4360198225121ocn053947910book20030.33Diane Williams, Aidan Higgins, Patricia EakinsCriticism, interpretation, etc121ocn062296085book20040.50Palmisano, JosephShort Story CriticismCriticism, interpretation, etcStories, plots, etcAnnotation+-+607521232571ocn012706737book19830.47The review of contemporary fiction : William Eastlake, Aidan Higgins numberCriticism, interpretation, etc42ocn019129195mix19880.82Callahan, Denis J. FJames Joyce and the novels of Aidan Higgins, Jennifer Johnston, John McGahern and Brian MooreCriticism, interpretation, etc32ocn032061699book19920.86Wall, EamonnBrian Moore, John McGahern, Aidan Higgins : an introduction to the new Irish fictionCriticism, interpretation, etc11ocn122503847mix1.00Mahon, DerekDerek Mahon papersThe Derek Mahon papers are composed of correspondence, literary manuscripts, collected printed material, photographs, audiovisual material, legal and financial papers, subject files, and ephemera from 1948-2008. The papers document Derek Mahon's creative work during the last thirty years. In addition, his writing for television and the stage, as well as his journalistic writing during this period (including his regular "Letter from New York" which he contributed to The Irish Times), are well documented. The papers also include correspondence with other literary figures, including: Samuel Beckett, Sara Berkeley, Douglas Dunn, Peter Fallon, Brian Friel, Eamon Grennan, Seamus Heaney (letters by Seamus Heaney are closed without the written permission of Seamus Heaney), Anthony Hecht, Aidan Higgins, Michael Longley, W.S. Merwin, John Montague, Brian Moore, Harold Pinter, and James Simmons. Printed material, either by or about Derek Mahon or collected by him, is also present, as are photographs and financial papers from this same period11ocn462019057mix0.47Review of Contemporary FictionCorrespondence, literary manuscripts, typescripts, proofs and final copies, as well as interviews with contemporary writers. There is an addition to the collection which is shelved separately, accession number 1990-108, which includes 18 volumes of uncorrected galleys, 1986-199011ocn079463101mix1.00Wallrich, LarryLarry Wallrich collectionThe collection consists of correspondence, manuscript material, photographs, and printed material collected by Larry Wallrich, a London book dealer, from 1959-1992. The correspondence is from various poets, artists, and other individuals to Wallrich, and mostly discusses the sale and publication of their books and general personal news. Correspondents include Stan Brakhage, Kirby Congdon, Andrew Crozier, Diane DiPrima, Albert Fine, Mark Gibbons, Michael Gold, Aidan Higgins, Robert Kelly, Hugh Kenner, R. B. Kitaj, Philip Lamantia, James Liddy, Edward Lucie-Smith, Michael Glenn McClure, David Metzler, Miriam Patchen, David Posner, Gerald Robitaille, Tom Raworth, James Reeves, Ruthven Todd, Jonathan Williams, and Rudolph Wurlitzer. In addition, the collection contains printed material collected by Wallrich, such as announcements, brochures, prospectuses, reviews, and catalogs. Finally, the collection includes some manuscript material, including drafts of poems by Michael McClure and Tom Kerrigan, and transcripts of interviews with William S. Burroughs and Allen Ginsberg11ocn646006254mix0.47Higgins, AidanAidan Higgins fondsThe fonds consists of manuscripts of novels, notebook, typescripts, galley proofs, sound recordings, and transcripts of radio plays and interviews with Higgins, and correspondence, including that with John Montague, from 1961 to 1971. The fonds includes manuscripts and other material relating to "Felo De Se", "Langrishe, Go Down", "Balcony of Europe", "Images of Africa", "Scenes from a Receding Past", "The Assassination of Franz Ferdinand", "Uncontrollable Laughter", "Discords of Good Humour", "Vanishing Heroes", "Texts for the Air", "Winter is Coming", "Bornholm Night Ferry", "Helsingor Station", and "Ronda Gorge"11ocn316265692book0.10British novelists since 1960, H-ZBio-bibliographyBiography DictionariesDictionaries11ocn694588922art19780.10Ó Súilleabháin, SeánAidan HigginsBio-bibliography11ocn660199608mix0.47Montague, JohnJohn Montague fondsThe fonds consists of correspondence received by Montague in his capacity as editor plus a few carbons of his replies. Correspondents include Peadar O'Donnell, Liam Miller, Thomas Kinsella, and some of the other contributing writers: Aidan Higgins, Pearce Hutchinson, Val Iremonger, John Jordan, James Liddy, John McGahern, Brian Moore, Richard Murphy, James Plunkett, Richard Weber, Leslie Daiken, and Thomas McIntyre. There are also some miscellaneous letters and items; including letters from Samuel Beckett and Robin Skelton. Included with the correspondence are a few holograph notes, cuttings, manuscripts, pamphlets, and emphemera relating to The Dolmen Miscellany+-+7168329106+-+7168329106Thu Oct 16 15:14:05 EDT 2014batch25787