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Updike, John

Dates Of Existence
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

William Gaddis Papers

Identifier: MS-MS-ms049
Scope and Contents The William Gaddis Papers consist largely of his own manuscript material: manuscripts and source material toward his books, drafts of various stories, published and unpublished, as well as essays, reviews, interviews, and a miscellaneous assortment of notes and other materials. Also present is a substantial amount of personal and general correspondence, primarily with family, friends, and fans. In addition, there is a relatively large amount of correspondence to editors, translators, and...

Lord John Press Collection

Identifier: MS-MS-ms155
Scope and Contents Consists of correspondence files and other publication materials between Lord John Press and John Ashbery, Clive Barker, John Barth, Donald Barthelme, Samuel Beckett, Saul Bellow, Thomas Berger, Joseph Brodsky, Ramsey Campbell, Raymond Carver, John Casey, Tom Clark, Robert Coover, Jack Dann, Stanley Elkin, George P. Elliott, Clayton Eshleman, Richard Ford, John Fowles, Bruce Francis, Stan Freberg, William Gaddis, John Gardner, William H. Gass, William Gibson, Ellen Gilchrist, Allen Ginsberg,...

May Swenson Papers

Identifier: MS-MS-ms111
Scope and Contents The May Swenson Papers contain manuscript and editorial material toward most of her books including Another Animal (1954), A Cage of Spines (1958), To Mix with Time: New and Selected Poems (1963), and Half Sun Half Sleep (1967). This material includes drafts of individual poems as well as letters to and from various editors, friends, and readers. Swenson’s correspondents include John Hall Wheelock, and Burroughs Mitchell, but the most fascinating portion of the May Swenson Papers is her...

John Updike Papers

Identifier: MS-MS-ms118
Scope and Contents

The John Updike Papers consists of materials toward interviews about Updike in Life Magazine (November 4, 1966) and Time Magazine (April 26, 1968) and one poetry draft by Updike.

Edward Upjohn Letter

 Collection — Box: VMF 15, Folder: 25
Identifier: MS-VMF-vmf172
Scope and Contents

Autograph letter signed from Upjohn to Helen Allingham, wife of William Allingham, concerning errors in her husband's recently published autobiography. Thanks her for the volume and explains his ill-health, expressing his interest since he was apparently a friend of Allingham, 4 pages