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Fri Mar 21 17:14:24 2014 UTClccn-n800370150.00Papers, 1954-19960.441.00Across time and two hemispheres /85171640Harry_Levinn 80037015419139Levin, Chary.Levin, Chary, 1912-1994Levin, H.Levin, H. (Harry), 1912-1994Levin, Harry T.Levin, Harry Tuchman 1912-1994Levin Tuchman, HarryLevin Tuchman Harry 1912-1994Tuchman Levin, HarryTuchman Levin, Harry 1912-1994レヴィン, ハリーlccn-n79056824Joyce, James1882-1941lccn-n79007728Hawthorne, Nathaniel1804-1864lccn-n78095332Shakespeare, William1564-1616lccn-n2009054023Rouben Mamoulian Collection (Library of Congress)lccn-n79029745Poe, Edgar Allan1809-1849lccn-n79006936Melville, Herman1819-1891lccn-n78088956Marlowe, Christopher1564-1593lccn-n79039769Bate, Walter Jackson1918-1999ctbnp-coriolanus, cnaeus marciusCoriolanus, Cnaeus Marciuslccn-n84017516Philip H. & A.S.W. Rosenbach FoundationLevin, Harry1912-1994Criticism, interpretation, etcDramaBiographyFictionPsychological fictionDomestic fictionManuscriptsSourcesLiteratureMistaken identityBrothersTwinsGreeceShipwreck victimsJoyce, James,French fictionRealismMelville, Herman,Poe, Edgar Allan,Hawthorne, Nathaniel,American literatureLight and darkness in literatureBlack in literatureComedyIrelandHamlet (Shakespeare, William)Comparative literatureTragedyRenaissanceMarlowe, Christopher,UtopiasShakespeare, William,CriticismWit and humorComparative literature--Themes, motivesGolden age (Mythology)Literature, ModernEnglish wit and humorRealism in literatureIreland--DublinArtistsMale friendshipAlienation (Social psychology)Married peopleComedy of errors (Shakespeare, William)Dramatists, English--Early modernCity and town lifeJewish menLevin, Harry,SymbolismFictionYoung menDreamsYoung adult drama, EnglishNovelists, IrishAuthors, IrishHamlet (Legendary character)English fiction19121994192419311933193519371938193919411942194319441945194619471948194919501951195219531954195519561957195819591960196119621963196419651966196719681969197019711972197319741975197619771978197919801981198219831984198519861987198819891991199319941995199619971998200020012002200320062011201429406200931822.33PR6019.O9ocn002128089ocn000299138ocn001617953ocn000528973ocn000506524ocn001078610ocn000058950ocn001807962ocn003215967ocn008559153ocn463774496ocn438753324ocn799537155ocn822641242ocn439989719ocn440066545ocn449993151ocn815928726ocn815928719ocn064045878ocn185359060285845ocn000365418book19460.27Joyce, JamesThe portable James JoyceCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyFictionA collection of the most notable writings of James Joyce, including excerpts from Ulysses and Finnegans Wake. Includes a brief commentary by the editor+-+2585065965239460ocn000265695book19580.33Levin, HarryThe power of blackness: Hawthorne, Poe, MelvilleCriticism, interpretation, etcBogen er en grundig omfortolkning af Hawthorne, Poe og Melvilles værker. Den er et eksperiment med en kritisk metode - en undersøgelse af den myteskabende proces og det "mørke" i værkerne+-+5630596735235935ocn000336226book19630.39Levin, HarryThe gates of horn; a study of five French realistsCriticism, interpretation, etcẀritten with elegance and irony, the book is a searching enquiry into realism in the novel ... ' Leon Edel+-+6272550465211367ocn000365452book19410.47Levin, HarryJames Joyce : a critical introductionCriticism, interpretation, etcBiography+-+4435576635324173622ocn014067711book19870.47Levin, HarryPlayboys and killjoys : an essay on the theory and practice of comedyCriticism, interpretation, etcLooks at the history of comedy from Aristophanes to Bertolt Brecht, focusing on two types of humor, and discusses theories of humor in comic repertory+-+1223950465155841ocn000352515book19590.39Levin, HarryThe question of Hamlet134731ocn000327954book19570.53Levin, HarryContexts of criticismCriticism, interpretation, etc15 lectures on novelists and literature, ranging from broad problems of critical theory and esthetic formulation to specific analyses of forms and texts134229ocn000045613book19610.50Levin, HarryThe myth of the Golden Age in the RenaissanceCriticism, interpretation, etc132414ocn000711890book18660.50Levin, HarryRefractions; essays in comparative literature129719ocn000964409book19520.53Levin, HarryThe overreacher, a study of Christopher MarloweBiography125419ocn002120946book19670.37Levin, HarryShakespeare and the revolution of the times : perspectives and commentariesCriticism, interpretation, etc88613ocn006487732book19800.47Levin, HarryMemories of the modernsCriticism, interpretation, etc8565ocn000488452book19720.53Levin, HarryVeins of humorCriticism, interpretation, etc6897ocn000402440book19720.59Levin, HarryGrounds for comparisonCriticism, interpretation, etc62779ocn000528973book19480.50Joyce, JamesThe essential James JoyceFiction+-+584545130532461018ocn002128089book19500.63Levin, HarryPerspectives of criticismCriticism, interpretation, etc53317ocn001617953book19630.29Shakespeare, WilliamThe comedy of errorsCriticism, interpretation, etcDramaSourcesCritical and historical notes accompany Shakespeare's comic play about the separation an eventual reuniting of twin brothers+-+866870609548614ocn000325768book19670.70Levin, HarryWhy literary criticism is not an exact science45417ocn001986218book19750.70Joyce, JamesUlysses : a facsimile of the manuscriptFictionManuscriptsPsychological fictionDomestic fiction3517ocn000738891book19560.66Levin, HarrySymbolism and fictionCriticism, interpretation, etc404ocn000287658book19470.27Joyce, JamesThe portable James JoyceCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyFictionA collection of the most notable writings of James Joyce, including excerpts from Ulysses and Finnegans Wake. Includes a brief commentary by the editor22ocn034888823book19961.00Gordimer, NadineAcross time and two hemispheres11ocn084670178book1.00Levin, HarryPapersCriticism, interpretation, etcPhotographsThe papers also include: correspondence of others, including his wife, Elena Levin, and his secretary, Betty Anne Farmer; compositions by others such as James T. (James Thomas) Farrell, James Laughlin, Robert Penn Warren, and many others; biographical materials, including photographs and Levin's resumes; reference materials on James Joyce; and a letters of recommendations series that is restricted11ocn077066047rcrd19981.00Harvard UniversityHarvard University Society of Fellows 'Conversations'InterviewsInterviews with some of the earliest members of the Society of Fellows with an introduction by James Grier Miller. Interviews concern the life stories of the early fellows11ocn493895510mix1.00Economou, GeorgeGeorge Economou papersCorrespondence, manuscripts, documents, photographs, video and tape recordings, and printed materials relating to Economou's poetry manuscripts, to publications and performances to which he contributed, and to his teaching career as a professor of medieval literature. Among the cataloged correspondents are: Paul Blackburn, Robert Creeley, Ted Enslin, Clayton Eshleman, Anselm Hollo, Robert Kelly, Margaret Randall, Charles Tomlinson, and Diane Wakoski12ocn155503242mix1.00Leffert, HenryCollection consists of correspondence primarily concerning activities, events, and persons at City College. Correspondents included Oscar Williams, Carlos Baker, H.M. James, Harry Levin, Mark Schurer, R. Sonkin, Geoffery Wagner, and William Tindall11ocn058462344mix0.47Letters and documentsPrimarily letters but also includes ephemeral materials such as broadsides, telegrams11ocn702131645mix1.00Josephson, MatthewMatthew Josephson papersCriticism, interpretation, etcThe papers contain correspondence, journals, subject files, and writings that document Josephson's life and provide information on the subjects of his research11ocn047920453mix0.47Curtiss, Mina KirsteinPapersHistorySourcesRecords and correspondenceThe Mina Kirstein Curtiss Papers include an oral history; personal and professional correspondence; photographs; journals and diaries; financial records; clippings; and writings. The bulk of the papers focus on Curtiss' writing career. Extensive correpondence includes letters from eminent figures of the literary world, Smith College associates, and family members. Correspondents include Dean Acheson, Jacques Barzun, Jill Ker Conway, John Houseman, Anne Morrow Lindbergh, William Allen Neilson, Marjorie Hope Nicolson, Orson Welles, and Rebecca West11ocn122482788mix1.00Owens, RochelleCorrespondence, manuscripts, notes, documents, photographs, audio tapes, and printed materials of Rochelle Owens01ocn122684800mixEconomou, GeorgeCorrespondence, manuscripts, documents, photographs, video and tape recordings, and printed materials relating to Economou's poetry manuscripts, to publications and performances to which he contributed, and to his teaching career as a professor of medieval literature. Among the cataloged correspondents are: Paul Blackburn, Robert Creeley, Ted Enslin, Clayton Eshleman, Anselm Hollo, Robert Kelly, Margaret Randall, Charles Tomlinson, and Diane Wakoski+-+1223950465+-+1223950465Fri Mar 21 15:14:41 EDT 2014batch32156