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Fri Mar 21 17:03:57 2014 UTClccn-n500482670.00Papers, 1950-1985 (inclusive), 1960-1970 (bulk)0.431.00Scott Fitzgerald's Reading109762614n 5004826783343Kuehl, John.Kuehl, John 1928-lccn-n79006871Fitzgerald, F. Scott(Francis Scott)1896-1940lccn-n79011261Hawkes, John1925-1998lccn-n81044023Moore, Steven1951-edtlccn-n81043116Gaddis, William1922-1998lccn-n85220464Tuttleton, James W.lccn-n80049950Bryer, Jackson R.othedtlccn-n79077236Perkins, Maxwell E.(Maxwell Evarts)1884-1947lccn-n79122623West, James L. W.viaf-87385768Ruiz de la Cuesta, Rafaeltrllccn-n50031155Silverman, KennethKuehl, John Richard1928-Criticism, interpretation, etcFictionRecords and correspondenceBibliographyUnited StatesFitzgerald, F. Scott--(Francis Scott),Fiction--TechniqueManners and customsYoung womenAutobiographical fiction, AmericanYoung menShort storiesShort storyAuthors, AmericanPerkins, Maxwell E.--(Maxwell Evarts),EditorsAmerican fictionCreation (Literary, artistic, etc.)Creative writingHawkes, John,Gaddis, William,RealismPostmodernism (Literature)LiteratureTeenage boysAmerican literature--Study and teaching (Secondary)American literatureBryer, Jackson RLiterature--Study and teachingGriffin, John Howard,Williams, Shirley,Kent, Louise Andrews,American dramaNew York (State)--New YorkHunter, KimIntellectual lifePurcell, JohnDramatistsSendak, MauriceGunn, ThomBeeson, Jack,Dunphy, JackGreene, HarlanInge, WilliamWhitmore, GeorgeVan Vechten, Carl,Segal, Lore GroszmannLow, BettyLaughlin, James,Bax, MartinHerlie, EileenWhite, Edmund,Abish, WalterPurdy, James19281951195819591961196219631964196519671971197319751976197719801981198419871988198919911997199820032007551532108813.52PS3511.I9ocn000283849ocn000836068ocn468614577ocn440118001ocn463481900ocn461958487ocn561713746ocn462620487ocn803337448ocn174717557ocn000638595ocn440118001ocn185431079ocn18571191213749ocn000283849book19650.37Fitzgerald, F. ScottThe apprentice fiction of F. Scott Fitzgerald, 1909-1917132610ocn022490516book19910.28Kuehl, John RichardF. Scott Fitzgerald : a study of the short fictionCriticism, interpretation, etc"Kuehl 'closely analyzes the works of short fiction that made F. Scott Fitzgerald, according to the author, one of the "few modern American masters of the form." The insights Kuehl shares with readers bring a richness and new dimension to our understanding of Fitzgerald's fiction and of the writer himself.'" Booklist+-+17883205356057ocn001174553book19750.56Kuehl, John RichardJohn Hawkes and the craft of conflictCriticism, interpretation, etc5464ocn010483773book19840.63In recognition of William GaddisCriticism, interpretation, etc4566ocn019266536book19890.70Kuehl, John RichardAlternate worlds : a study of postmodern antirealistic American fictionCriticism, interpretation, etc3634ocn001137606book19670.33Kuehl, John RichardWrite and rewrite; a study of the creative processCriticism, interpretation, etc3343ocn000638595book19670.50Kuehl, John RichardCreative writing & rewriting; contemporary American novelists at workCriticism, interpretation, etc24913ocn035627615book19730.25Fitzgerald, F. ScottThe Basil and Josephine storiesFictionAn anthology of fourteen interconnected short stories based on Fitzgerald's own boyhood experiences growing up in the decade prior to World War I features such tales as "The Scandal Detectives," "The Freshest Boy," "Emotional Bankruptcy," and "A Woman with a Past."+-+136173931519517ocn000836068book19710.35Fitzgerald, F. ScottDear Scott/Dear Max; the Fitzgerald-Perkins correspondenceRecords and correspondence+-+8639380755192ocn000432332book19670.98Kuehl, John RichardThe fool-spy1710ocn021588089book19580.97Kuehl, John RichardScott, Fitzgerald romantic and realist71ocn009887509book19800.27Hodgins, FranceAdventures in American literature22ocn460363233book19650.47Fitzgerald, F. ScottThe Apprentice fiction of F. Scott Fitzgerald, 1909-1917. Edited with an introduction by John Kuehl22ocn503350924book19650.92Fitzgerald, F. ScottThe Apprentice Fiction, 1909-191721ocn696030381book19730.92Fitzgerald, F. ScottThe Basil and Josephine stories. Edited with an introd. by Jackson R. Bryer and John KuehlFictionShort stories21ocn024225399art19611.00Kuehl, John RichardScott Fitzgerald's Reading11ocn066528144book0.47Walter Van Tilburg Clark collectionBibliographyCollection of five articles by or about Walter Van Tilburg Clark taken from newspapers, journals and books. Four bibliographies of his works are by the following authors, with dates of publication: Richard W. Etulain (1965 and 1972); John R. Kuehl (1956); Peter S. Horvitz (1973). A short biographical piece by Clark is from 1950. All material was photocopied from the original. A list with bibliographical references is included11ocn034460932art19631.00Kuehl, John RichardThe ordeal of Scott Fitzgerald11ocn007235246book19620.47Kuehl, John RichardThe Armstrong Morley CollectionBibliography11ocn084566160book19511.00Kuehl, John RichardCome with the softest kisses [a play]21ocn476912214mix1.00Dowell, ColemanColeman Dowell papersRecords and correspondenceThe Coleman Dowell Papers are a part of the Fales Library, New York University. The Fales Library is the primary special collections division of the NYU libraries, housing nearly 200,000 volumes of English and American literature from 1700 to the present. Strengths of the collection include the development of the English and American novel, with an emphasis on the Gothic and the Victorian novel. The Downtown Collection is a comprehensive collection of printed materials, archives, and other materials related to the Downtown New York scene from ca. 1975 to the present. Correspondence is interfiled throughout the Papers, but the greatest concentration of correspondence, though, is found in Series I. The collection consists of correspondence between Dowell and many famous authors and well-known personalities dating from the early 1960s through 1984. There are three major unfinished works in the collection: a novel, a private journal, and an autobiography. The later, which Dowell had entitled A Dark Book, was published in 1993 as A Star Bright Lie11ocn072126720art0.10MichiganKuehl, John01ocn080290507mixDowell, ColemanRecords and correspondenceSeries IV. Writings by Others and Miscellaneous Materials, contains photographs of Coleman Dowell, family members and other individuals. Correspondence is interfiled with typescripts, plays, novels, short stories, poems, etc., written by other people+-+1788320535+-+1788320535Fri Mar 21 15:36:33 EDT 2014batch14956