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Fri Mar 21 17:03:14 2014 UTClccn-n841516430.00Fitts, Dudley0.311.00John Ciardi papers,111370364Dudley_Fittsn 841516431222605Fitts, DudleyFitts, Dudley, 1903-lccn-n79072756Aristophaneslccn-n50004071Fitzgerald, Robert1910-1985trllbtlccn-n80044856Tate, Allen1899-1979lccn-n79059813Bontemps, Arna Wendell1902-1973lccn-n80057229Crane, Hart1899-1932lccn-n50072340Rakosi, Carl1903-2004lccn-n79148281Lindsay, Vachel1879-1931lccn-n50036181Davis, H. L.(Harold Lenoir)1896-1960lccn-n85316599Arensberg, Walter1878-1954lccn-n85274137Holmes, John1904-1962Fitts, Dudley1903-1968DramaBio-bibliographyPoetryHistoryBirdsGods, GreekImaginary societiesOedipus (Greek mythology)American poetryGreece--AthensAristophanesGreek drama (Tragedy)Manners and customsMythology, GreekSophoclesGreek dramaAntigone (Greek mythology)Spanish American poetryGreek poetryAlcestis (Greek mythology)GreeceVoyages to the otherworldPlaywritingDramatistsDionysus (Greek deity)Agamemnon (Greek mythology)Epigrams, LatinRome (Empire)Demeter (Greek deity)--CultWomenEuripidesThesmophoriaTragedyPeloponnesian War (Greece : 431-404 B.C.)Latin American poetryGreek drama (Comedy)Lysistrata (Fictitious character)Women and peacePeace movementsFitts, Dudley,Antigone (Greek mythology) in literatureEnglish dramaHumorous playsEliot, T. S.--(Thomas Stearns),United StatesAmerican literatureMacLeish, Archibald,Musicals--LibrettosEberhart, Richard,Tate, Allen,English poetryPoets, AmericanWilbur, Richard,Ransom, John Crowe,19031968193019321934193519361937193819391941194219431944194619471948194919501951195219531954195519561957195819591960196119621963196419651966196719691970197119721973197519761977197819791983198519861988198919901991199519992000200120022003201215577159393882PS613ocn000606612ocn001330907ocn000312347ocn003654616ocn000697747ocn000308083ocn001668957ocn000311368ocn005148025ocn003716858ocn000178395ocn001360477ocn001019953ocn002283999ocn310079735ocn026996812ocn024782916ocn582642838ocn610510075ocn456790852ocn010598268ocn456790852ocn440217248ocn747822841ocn824632498ocn05095247423841ocn042290811book20000.07The Library of AmericaAmerican poetry : the twentieth centuryContains over 1500 poems by more than 200 well-known American poets, including Langston Hughes, T.S. Eliot, Ezra Pound, Robert Frost, and Wallace Stevens+-+2326658336137511ocn000178395book19470.28Fitts, DudleyGreek plays in modern translationDrama128631ocn001360477book19420.37Fitts, DudleyAnthology of contemporary Latin-American poetryBio-bibliographyOn spine: Latin American Poetry. Added t.p.: Antologia de law poesia american comtemporanea. English and original text (Spanish, Portuguese or French) on opposite pages118622ocn036645234book19490.24SophoclesThe Oedipus cycle : an English versionDrama"The ancient myth of Oedipus, which still reverberates to this day, provided Sophocles with material for three great tragedies -- Oedipus Rex, Oedipus at Colonus, and Antigone -- that together recount the downfall of Oedipus, king of Thebes, his death in exile, and the action carried out after his death by his daughter Antigone"--P. [4] of cover+-+438383106511491ocn049293968file0.37AristophanesThe birdsDramaThis is the first comprehensive edition in any language of the Birds, a play generally recognized as one of Aristophanes' masterpieces - both for its imaginative plot and for the charm and originality of its lyrics. The commentary gives generous help with the translation, to cater for the less advanced student of Greek, and also with interpretation and the lyric metres, as well as fully discussing the staging. It uses the resources of modern ornithology to elucidate Aristophanes' references to birds. The introduction discusses the nature of the play; its historical and mythological background; the history of the text, including the contributions of ancient scholars recorded in the scholia, which are exceptionally important in this play; and also more recent scholarship7059ocn000606612book19620.32AristophanesFour comediesDrama+-+855425106570113ocn000308083book19530.47AristophanesThe BirdsDrama67510ocn000697747book19490.28SophoclesThe Oedipus cycle : an English versionDrama+-+438383106566812ocn003654616book19560.47Fitts, DudleyPoems from the Greek anthology+-+92656786853245987ocn000308048book19600.28Fitts, Dudley [ed.]Four Greek playsDramaPresents recent translations of these four Greek classics together with notes on their significance+-+52227810653245158ocn000312347book19590.47AristophanesLadies' day; an English versionDrama4823ocn001330907book19670.39MartialSixty poems of Martial, in translationPoetry3423ocn001668957book19550.39AristophanesThe FrogsDrama3042ocn001019953book19550.37Fitts, DudleySix Greek plays in modern translationDrama28610ocn003716858book19540.47AristophanesLysistrata : an English version by Dudley FittsHistoryDrama2814ocn005069098book19590.28AristophanesThe birds ; & The frogsDrama2756ocn000311368book19360.63EuripidesThe Alcestis of Euripides : an English versionDrama2346ocn001499470book19490.35SophoclesOedipus RexDramaOne of the great Greek tragedies, it is a profound meditation on the human condition. It tells the story of the mythological King Oedipus, who is doomed to kill his father and marry his mother2138ocn001235099book19390.63SophoclesThe Antigone of Sophocles; an English version by Dudley Fitts and Robert FitzgeraldDrama1692ocn004783068book19570.53From the Greek anthology; poems in English paraphrase61ocn221132130book19590.31AristophanesThe birdsJuvenile worksDramaThe Birds is a comic play by the Greek playwright Aristophanes. It garnered awards in 141 BC when it was first performed, and continues to be critically received today. A middle-aged Athenian convinces the world's birds to build a new city between the heavens and the earth. This position fortuitously allows them to intercept all communication of gods and men. The Athenian is transformed into a bird-like figure and with the help of his winged friends - and others - he replaces Zeus as11ocn702139069mix1.00Fitts, DudleyDudley Fitts papersArchivesIn addition to these materials relating to the anthology, there are a small number of letters from other writers and literary scholars, concerning separate literary matters, and drafts and proofs to translations of classical texts by Fitts. Noteworthy correspondents include T. S. Eliot, Archibald MacLeish, Thomas Mann, William Somerset Maugham, Arthur Mizener, Ezra Pound, and Gertrude Stein. The translations, some done in collaboration with Robert Fitzgerald, include several texts by Aristophanes, Euripides, and Sophocles11ocn702180000mix1.00Fitzgerald, RobertRobert Fitzgerald papersArchivesSeries V, Personal Papers, is subdivided for artwork, clippings, family papers, material relating to Time magazine, medical and military records, notes and notebooks, photographs, printed ephemera, real estate, school records, speaking engagements, and teaching and course material11ocn002763374book19381.00Moore, Merrill[An untitled volume of 1300 sonnets] (first arrangement, D.F.)11ocn050008447mix1.00Francis, RobertRobert Francis papersHistoryBibliographySourcesRecords and correspondenceContains notes, worksheets, drafts, typescripts, galley proofs, and bound volumes relating to Francis' book-length writings, essays, columns, and poems. Includes correspondence with other writers, publishing houses, and readers, including Paul Theroux, Marianne Moore, John Ciardi, Peter De Vries, Donald Hall, Richard Wilbur, Rosellen Brown, and Ted Shawn. Also contains personal photographs and recordings of Francis reading and discussing his poetry11ocn702158064mix1.00Poore, DudleyDudley Poore papersArchivesPersonal narratives AmericanCollection contains correspondence, notebooks and diaries, writings, photographs, and other materials documenting the personal and professional life of American poet and author Dudley Poore. Poore was part of a circle of writers at Harvard University that included e.e. cummings, John Dos Passos, Robert Hillyer, Robert Stewart Mitchell, and Cuthbert Wright, and the correspondence features letters with these associates, as well as John Peale Bishop, Dudley Fitts, Robert Finch, Arthur K. McComb, Katherine Anne Porter, and others. The correspondence includes approximately 850 letters from Poore to his parents, much of which dates from Poore's days as a student and his service in the Army Ambulance Corps and Red Cross during World War One. Notebooks and diaries contain journal entries, drafts of literary projects and correspondence, travel logs, and student notebooks, as well as diaries Poore kept while serving in Europe during the war. The collection also contains drafts of writings, family and personal photographs, and other papers11ocn702334817book1.00Fitts, Dudley[Miscellaneous publications by and about Dudley Fitts, including newspaper clippings, periodical articles, and other ephemera]11ocn070979846mix1.00Ciardi, JohnJohn Ciardi papersRecords and correspondenceExhibition catalogsThe collection primarily focuses on Ciardi's career as poetry editor and writer of the column, "Manner of Speaking," for the Saturday Review and also as director of the Bread Loaf Writers' Conference of Middlebury College, as a member of the faculty at Harvard University, Rutgers University, and University of Missouri at Kansas City, as editor of poetry and science fiction at Twayne Publishers, and as host of the CBS television series, "Accent" and the National Public Radio series, "A Word in Your Ear."11ocn050848805book19431.00Borges, Jorge LuisDudley Fitts : an anthology of contemporary Latin American poetry11ocn052863028art1999Fitts, Dudley11ocn647813332mix1.00Moore, MerrillLetters of Merrill MooreBiographyMoore critiques Wheelwright's poetry and "Mirrors of Venus," and relates the poetry to that of T.S. Eliot and Amy Lowell. Moore gives Thompson an autobiographical sketch which includes family, World War II service, professional schedule, publications, future work with Dudley Fitts, reviews of his sonnets by Henry Wells and Louis Untermeyer and publication advice from John Crowe Ransom. He mentions rejection of his current manuscript by agents for Harcourt, Brace and Duell, Sloan and Pearce11ocn122529234mix1.00Pound, EzraManuscripts and correspondence11ocn071131204mix1.00Moore, MerrillMerrill Moore papersRecords and correspondenceSubjects include Moore's research in mental illness and neurological disease chiefly in the areas of alcoholism, drug addiction, suicide, and syphilis; role as a consultant with companies producing bromides; and efforts to aid Jewish doctors to escape Nazi Germany, 1938-1940. Subjects also include Moore's World War II service as a U.S. Army medical officer in New Zealand and the South Pacific; studies of alcoholism and shell shock among military personnel; work to improve neurological services in military hospitals; tour of duty in China, 1946; and concern for friends who remained in China. Includes interviews with Moore and research materials collected by Henry A. Murray for a project at the Harvard Psychological Clinic11ocn265033358mix1.00Barzun, JacquesJacques Barzun papersHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcFictionThe professional and personal papers of Jacques Barzun11ocn702139120mix1.00Tiger's eye recordsPeriodicalsArchivesThe records document all aspects of the production and distribution of the little magazine The Tiger's Eye, from its inception in 1947 through the decision to cease publication in 1951. Correspondence, manuscripts, and business records document the creative and editorial process, the enthusiasm of its readership, its subscription base, and the work involved in producing and distributing the issues01ocn086131932mixGregory, HoraceCriticism, interpretation, etcCorrespondence, writings, memorabilia, a portion of which relates to Gregory's wife, poet Marya Zaturenska01ocn122605376mixBreit, HarveyNEW YORK TIMES book reviewer01ocn122611247mixBarzun, JacquesHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcFictionThe professional and personal papers of Jacques Barzun01ocn122308524mixSullivan, A. MArchivesCorrespondence, business and literary essays, radio scripts, plays, poems, journals, and speeches. Correspondents include Padraic Colum, Robert Hillyer, Seumas O'Brien, Shaemas O'Sheel, and other literary figures+-+2326658336+-+2326658336Fri Mar 21 15:41:40 EDT 2014batch28407