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Fri Mar 21 17:15:13 2014 UTClccn-n821516490.00Undiscovered country0.271.00Nonnen /8182164Kathryn_Hulmen 82151649847671Hulme, Kathryn Cavarly.Hulme, Kathryn Cavarly, 1900-ヒュウム, キャスリンnp-mal, gabrielle van derMal, Gabrielle Van derlccn-n79097409United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administrationlccn-n81081347Gurdjieff, Georges Ivanovitch1872-1949viaf-283052812Cavarly, John Mansfield1832-1895lccn-n99000727Solano, Solita1888-1975lccn-n99020671Heap, Jane1883-1964lccn-n99000715Anderson, Margaret1890-1973lccn-n96011585Allen, Barbara C.lccn-n91129962Patterson, Wm. Patrick(William Patrick)np-gurdjieff, george ivanovitch$1872 1949Gurdjieff, George Ivanovitch1872-1949Hulme, Kathryn1900-1981FictionDramaBiographyReligious filmsWar filmsFilm adaptationsPictorial worksAnecdotesNuns--BiographyNunsUnited Nations Relief and Rehabilitation AdministrationWorld War (1939-1945)BelgiumCongo (Democratic Republic)Hulme, Kathryn,Gurdjieff, Georges Ivanovitch,TravelWomen authorsZoologySafarisAfrica, EastManners and customsAfrica, NorthChildren of divorced parentsBrothers and sisters--Family relationshipsDivorced parents--Family relationshipsSolano, Solita,Fourth Way (Occultism)Anderson, Margaret,Intellectual lifeHeap, Jane,France--ParisOccultismFrance--Paris--Rive GaucheWomenReligious biographyAllerton, Robert,Authors, AmericanSpiritual lifeChristian women--Religious lifeMonastic and religious lifeAutomobile travelUnited States, WestUnited StatesArtistsMan-woman relationshipsTunisia--TunisGermany (West)RefugeesRefugee campsEuropeInfluence (Literary, artistic, etc.)ReligionTeachingsMonastic and religious life of womenMonasticism and religious orders for womenNuns in literatureMonasticism and religious orders--Missions19001981190019281929193019321934193819391940195319541956195719581959196019611962196319641965196619671968196919701971197219731974197519761977197919811982198319841985198619871988199019921993199519971999200620072012511486324921PZ3.H879249879ocn000285499book19560.23Hulme, KathrynThe nun's storyBiographyFictionNovel about a nun who is finally dispensed from her vows because she does not feel that she can quite achieve the abnegation required62114ocn000911996book19530.28Hulme, KathrynThe Wild Place47114ocn001444989book19610.23Hulme, KathrynAnnie's captainFiction3172ocn000741121book19740.20Hulme, KathrynLook a lion in the eye; on safari through Africa1134ocn000337285book19300.70Hulme, KathrynArab interlude1126ocn001807865book19380.37Hulme, KathrynWe lived as childrenFiction5831ocn077346613book19560.70Hulme, KathrynAu risque de se perdrePictorial works352ocn021717463book19670.28Hulme, KathrynUndiscovered country; a spiritual adventureBiographyAnecdotes332ocn007930374book19660.31Hulme, KathrynUndiscovered country : in search of Gurdjieff279ocn064383608book19570.37Hulme, KathrynZuster LucEen jonge kloosterzuster, die lange tijd als verpleegster in de Kongo werkt, raakt in een groot conflict253ocn005035072book19790.33Hulme, KathrynThe Robert Allerton story, 1873-1964 : Lawai-Kai : the Farms1711ocn475040908book19571.00Hulme, KathrynNonnen1611ocn012781809book19570.92Hulme, KathrynStoria di una suora155ocn003588870book19570.24Hulme, KathrynHistoria de una monja147ocn001647403book19570.29Hulme, KathrynHistoria de una monja. Vernion Espanola de Rafael Santos Torroella133ocn008520680book19610.18Hulme, KathrynEl capitán de AnnieFiction129ocn504802642visu19590.20Zinnemann, FredThe nun's storyDramaWar filmsFilm adaptationsReligious filmsThe story follows the life of Gabriella from the day she enters the convent to join a religious order. As Sister Luke she undergoes many trials and tribulations as she endeavours to become a perfect nun+-+1935625425324125ocn015326535book19590.29Hulme, KathrynXiu nü zhuan114ocn027371132book19320.96Hulme, KathrynDesert night : a novelFiction103ocn013139751book19280.97Hulme, KathrynHow's the road?The story of a transcontinental motor trip taken by two women in June, 1923, traveling from New York to San Francisco4333ocn000285571book19660.28Hulme, KathrynUndiscovered country; a spiritual adventureBiographyAnecdotes851ocn040417723book19990.29Patterson, Wm. PatrickLadies of the Rope : Gurdjieff's special Left Bank women's groupHistory+-+4699604236202ocn009112510book19820.93Hulme, KathrynOf chickens and plums : selections from the "Kokee cabin log-book" (1968-1979) of Kathryn HulmeDiaries31ocn796280607book20120.10Hulme, KathrynUndiscovered country : a special adventureAnecdotes11ocn702179148mix1.00Hulme, KathrynKathryn Hulme papers addition: correspondence with Brandt & BrandtCorrespondence between Kathryn Hulme and her literary agent Carol Brandt of Brandt & Brandt, primarily concerning the editing and publication of Hulme's Look a Lion in the Eye (1974) by Little, Brown. Brandt and Hulme discuss the editorial suggestions of Edward Weeks in some detail, as well as comments by other readers. There is also some routine business correspondence concerning translation and republication rights for other works by Hulme, particularly The Nun's Story (1956)11ocn822015565book20120.59Solano, SolitaGurdjieff and the women of the rope : notes of meetings in Paris and New York 1935-1939 and 1948-194911ocn608051933mix1.00Cowell, Sidney RobertsonSidney Robertson Cowell correspondenceRecords and correspondenceThis collection primarily consists of correspondence to and from Sidney Robertson Cowell concerning various personal and professional issues. Correspondents include Moe Asch, Ernst Bacon, Ernest Bloch, Suzanne Bloch, Bertrand Bronson, John Cage, Avery Claflin, Henry Cowell, Emma Dusenbury, Marjorie Edgar, Dora Edinger, Seamus Ennis, Alfred Frankenstein, R. Buckminster Fuller, Percy Grainger, Archie Green, Herbert Halpert, Wayland Hand, George Herzog, Kathryn Hulme, President Lyndon Johnson's staff, Maud Karpeles, Rae Korson, Alan Lomax, Irving Lowens, Margaret Mead, C. Robert Payne, Vivian Perlis, John Powell, Laurence Powell, Paul Radin, Vance Randolph, Charles Seeger, Pete Seeger, Harold Spivacke, Archer Taylor, Virgil Thomson, and Edward Weston. Some correspondence is accompanied by additional materials, including articles, journals, lists of songs, and clippings. The John Powell material consists of correspondence that discusses Powell's recent death and drafts of Powell's obituary written by Cowell. The Charles Seeger material includes correspondence about and written tributes for his upcoming eightieth birthday celebration11ocn070979932file1.00Flanner, JanetJanet Flanner and Solita Solano papersCorrespondence, subject files, literary manuscripts, drafts of articles, books, poems, and other writings, clippings and tear-sheets, printed material, photographs, scrapbooks, and memorabilia relating primarily to Flanner's career as a writer, especially for The New Yorker, and to Solano's interests and writings. Much of the material relates to the literary and intellectual life of Paris and New York during the first half of the 20th century and includes writings, correspondence, subject matter, and photographs of and relating to many prominent individuals from this period11ocn051116313visu19301.00[Kathryn Hulme, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing right, leaning on log(?)]11ocn702182083bks1.00Anderson, Margaret CElizabeth Jenks Clark collection of Margaret AndersonThe Elizabeth Jenks Clark Collection of Margaret Anderson contains correspondence, writings, photographs, sound recordings, and other papers. The material documents Anderson's life, work as editor of the Little Review and author, and romantic relationships with many noted writers, poets, artists, photographers and performers of the twentieth century, in particular her close friendship with co-editor and writer Jane Heap, writer Solita Solano and sculptor Elizabeth Jenks Clark. The bulk of the papers documents her personal and professional life after the Little Review ceased publication, including her personal life in France and her friendship and studies with George Ivanovitch Gurdjieff. A portion of the papers documents publishing the Little Review and provides context to Anderson's role as founder and editor of the magazine11ocn042954440visu1.00Solano, SolitaPhotographs of Janet Flanner and Solita Solano, their families, friends, and career associatesPhotographs from scrapbooks chronicling the lives and careers of American writers Janet Flanner and Solita Solano. Includes many individual and group portraits, mostly informal. Many images document the years Flanner and Solano lived together in Paris as American expatriates, particularly between World Wars I and II. Also documented are prominent literary and artistic individuals who were friends and acquaintances of Flanner and Solano in Europe, including Enrico Caruso, Ernest Hemingway, Russell Page, Francis Rose, and James Thurber. Contains numerous photographs of their close friends and associates, such as Margaret Anderson, Dorothy Caruso, Elizabeth Jenks Clark, Nancy Cunard, Isak Dinesen, George I. Gurdjieff, Jane Heap, Kathryn Hulme, Georgette Leblanc, Mary McCarthy, Carson McCullers, Noel Haskins Murphy, Olga Petrova, Gertrude Stein, and Alice B. Toklas. Also includes images, many of Flanner and Solano, taken by noted photographers: Berenice Abbott, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Philippe Halsman, George Hoyningen-Huene, George Platt Lynes, Horst P. Horst, Curtis Moffat, and Carl Van Vechten01ocn220061025rcrdHulme, KathrynUndiscovered country+-+1935625425324+-+1935625425324Fri Mar 21 15:47:59 EDT 2014batch22784