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The William E. Stafford Archives, Series 6, Sub-Series 2: Teaching Notecards, 1950-1993

Overview of the Collection

Creator
Stafford, William, 1914-1993
Title
The William E. Stafford Archives, Series 6, Sub-Series 2: Teaching Notecards
Dates
1950-1993 (inclusive)
Quantity
1 box, (.5 cubic feet), (904 items cards)
Collection Number
OLPb118STA
Summary
William Stafford (1914-1993) was one of the most prolific and important American poets of the last half of the twentieth century. This subseries of the collection includes Stafford's notecards used for teaching and lecturing. The Index to the entire Stafford Archives can be found at: http://nwda-db.wsulibs.wsu.edu/findaid/ark:/80444/xv83782
Repository
Lewis & Clark College, Special Collections and Archives
Lewis & Clark College Special Collections and Archives
Aubrey R. Watzek Library
0615 SW Palatine Hill Rd.
Portland, OR
97219
Telephone: 503-768-7254
Fax: 503-768-7282
archives@lclark.edu
Access Restrictions

This collection has no restrictions and is open for research.

Languages
English


Biographical NoteReturn to Top

William Stafford (1914-1993) was one of the most prolific and important American poets of the last half of the twentieth century. Among his many credentials, Stafford served as consultant in poetry at the Library of Congress, and received the National Book Award for his poetry collection Traveling through the Dark (1963). During his lifetime, Stafford wrote over sixty books of poetry that still resonate with both scholars and general readers. Stafford’s perspectives on peace, the environment, and education serve as some of the most articulate and engaging dialogues by a modern American writer about three of the most important issues of the second half of the twentieth century with lasting impacts on future generations. Howard Zinn, one America’s most iconic modern historians, was keenly aware of Stafford’s insight into modern American culture. Zinn claimed, “William Stafford’s prose and poetry, wise and eloquent, speak directly to the violence of our time, and to our hope for a different world” (from cover of Every War Has Two Losers).

The William Stafford Archives, donated to Lewis & Clark College by the Stafford family in 2008, contain the private papers, publications, photographs, recordings, and teaching materials of the poet William Stafford. The Lewis & Clark College Special Collections actively add to this collection by acquiring unique Stafford related materials.

Stafford wrote every day of his life from 1950 to 1993. These 20,000 pages of daily writings form a complete record of the poet’s mostly early morning meditations, including poem drafts, dream records, aphorisms, and other visits to the unconscious, recorded on separate sheets of yellow or white paper or when traveling, often in spiral-bound reporters’ steno pads. The archive also includes typescripts of poems submitted for publication and for use in readings. Stafford listed where he submitted each poem, and whether it was accepted for publication on the typescript. Each of his published collections, large and small, is represented by its gathering of documentary copies (typescripts), called by Stafford a “put-together.” Unpublished poems, poems published in journals, and reading copies of published poems were also gathered, in a virtually complete record from 1937 to 1993, totaling about 7,000 items. The collection also includes copies of all known Stafford books and translations. Stafford saved correspondence received, with an indication of the date of reply, and sometimes a copy of the reply, from the early 1960s to August 1993. Estimated at 100,000 sheets, the collected correspondence contains some full exchanges of correspondence initiated by WS. One such exchange is the correspondence with Marvin Bell on their sequence Segues. In addition to many photographs of and relating to William Stafford, the archive includes an estimated 20,000 photographs and negatives taken and developed by Stafford of fellow poets, family, friends, and Lewis & Clark College faculty. The archive provides documentation of Stafford's teaching career, including more than one thousand index cards, some dating from research at Iowa, others from later. These were much used in preparing for classes, workshops, and lectures. The files also contain scattered notes for workshops and lectures. The archive also includes course syllabi, and faculty documents relating to Stafford's teaching years at Lewis & Clark College.

Content DescriptionReturn to Top

Handwritten and typed notecards; and bound photocopied set of notecards.

Use of the CollectionReturn to Top

Restrictions on Use

Permission to publish, exhibit, broadcast, or quote from materials in the Watzek Library Archives & Special Collections requires written permission of the Head of Archives & Special Collections.

Preferred Citation

The William Stafford Archives, Lewis & Clark College Aubrey Watzek Library Archives & Special Collections, Portland, Oregon.

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Detailed Description of the CollectionReturn to Top

The following section contains a detailed listing of the materials in the collection.

Container(s) Description
item
1 Proposition: “If you could save the world by torturing a child—”
2 Notes from Susan Sontag, Against Interpretation
3 Notes, with proposition: “One’s own generation has a unique perspective, not better, not worse—just there, till you can prove a superiority.”
4 Notes on Milton, Samson Agonistes:
5 Notes on [Tennyson,] In Memoriam:
6 Quotation from Newman, Apologia
7 Notes on Browning, The Ring and the Book
8 Text of Vern Rutsala, “One Birth” (Northwest Review, summer 1959)
9 Text of Ingemar Gustafson, “Locked In” translated by May Swenson
10 Text of [William Stafford], “Our People”
11 Text of Gerard Manley Hopkins, “As Kingfishers Catch Fire” (“a poet says close to Jesus / Justice”)
12 Text of Thomas Hardy, “During Wind and Rain”
13 Text of Emily Dickinson, Poem 276 “Many a phrase has the English language—”
14 Text of Kit’s conversation “We’d have an old car...”
15 Text of [William Stafford], “Near”
16 Talk notes: “Where are we in current writing?
17 Notes from Paul Hindemith, A Composer’s World - Augustine – on transcending personal enjoyment of music
18 Talk notes: “Coming from Elsewhere to Speak”
19 Milton, John - “On the Late Massacre in Piedmont”
20 Talk notes: “A person who lives by a moral code…”
21 Wordsworth and Coleridge
22 Keats on Negative Capability
23 Coleridge - The Rime of the Ancient Mariner
24 Notes from A. N. Whitehead, Symbolism, headed “Truth & Poetry”
25 Definition of Imagination from Smith, Words and Idioms.
26 a & b Notes from [Maurice] Bowra, The Romantic Imagination
27 Wordsworth and Coleridge
28 Wordsworth and Coleridge
29 Romantic movement
30 a & b Notes from Herbert Read, The True Voice of Feeling, on Romantic and Classic
31 a & b Romanticism
32 Notes from Langer, Feeling and Form on Beauty and Nature
33 Wordsworth
34 File tab: "Seminar 19th Cent. English"
35 Donna Brady class report on Jane Austen, 24 February 1958
36 Ellen Krytzer class report on Walter Scott, 18 March 1958
37 Holmes class report on Byron
38 Class assignments to Young, Krytzer, Zink, Brady, and Holmes, 28 January 1958
39 a & b Notes for class and for replacement teacher, 4 February 1958 on Romantics
40 Notes for class projects on the Romantics
41 File tab: "Survey"
42 File tab: "Lit. Survey"
43 Renaissance
44
45 Survey of English Literature 9 October 1959
46 English Lit. 700-1600 A.D. evolution
47 Beowulf: “Indications of men and culture”
48 Beowulf—pronunciations
49 Conditions of—English Lit 700-1600 AD
50 Sir Gawain & the Green Knight
51 Sir Gawain & the Green Knight
52 Sir Gawain & the Green Knight
53 Beowulf
54 Ernest Hemingway
55 Exam questions on A Farewell to Arms (Dec. 1950)
56 T.S. Eliot: Tradition and the Individual Talent (1920)
57 T.S. Eliot—Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock
58 Novel—toward 20th century
59 Ken Hanson 2 May 1961 (w/ D, Mary Ethelrud, Jane Ellen)
60 a & b Ken Hanson—Modern Poetry: 9 May 1961
61 Ken Hanson 9 May ’61 card 2
62 a & b Ken Hanson, 23 May 1961
63 C. P. Snow—The Search
64 Novel—use of the unconscious, the stream of consciousness
65 Shaw, George Bernard - Man and Superman
66 Shaw, George Bernard - Man and Superman
67 Shaw, George Bernard - Man and Superman
68 Joyce, James - Portrait of the Artist
69 Joyce, James - Portrait of the Artist
70 a & b Joyce, James - Portrait of the Artist
71 a & b Modern Literature – February 12, 1958
72 a & b Novel and the Modern World - David Daiches, U. of Chicago Press 1939
73 Poetry—Introduction to Literature Nov 1955
74 Values in a lit course
75 Orwell, George
76 Orwell, George
77 a & b Orwell, George
78 a & b Contemporary Novel - 1950
79 Conrad, Joseph
80 Conrad, Joseph
81 Welty, Eudora - "Why I Live at the P.O."
82 Crane, Stephen - "The Bride Comes to Yellow Sky"
83 Conrad, Joseph
84 Conrad, Joseph
85 Salinger, J. D. - "Uncle Wiggily in Connecticut"
86 Faulkner, William - "Barn Burning"
87 Modern Poetry—Elements
88 a & b This Modern Poetry by Babette Deutsch - 1935
89 a & b Modern Short Story April 25, 1958—May 21, 1958
90 a & b Joyce, James
91 a & b Poetry—terminology in “Tronco,” a story by N. Tucci, Harper’s Nov 1949
92 a & b Poetry 14 April 59 Tillamook
93 Text of Wallace Stevens, Anecdote of the Jar
94 “The Vegetal Radicalism of Roethke” K[enneth] Burke, Sewanee Review
95 Poetry—notes on some texts
96 Literature—its place in the college—the core course
97 Literature—core course—questions put to any fiction (from Brooks/Warren-Purser “An Approach to Lit” p. 24)
98 Introduction to Literature Fall 1955
99 a & b Poetry—[Rolfe] Humphries. 28 July 49
100 Poetry—[Rolfe] Humphries 30 July 49
101 a & b Poetry Conf. & Wkshop. Rolfe Humphries
102 Poetry—Humphries 27 July 49
103 Poetry—Humphries 29 July 49
104 20th Century Novels—classifications
105 Catholic Literature: Graham Greene, by Sister Mary Ethelind 16 April 61
106 Greene, Graham
107 Censorship: from a review of “Comstockery in America,” in Harper’s July 1960
108 a & b Forster, E. M. - A Passage to India
109 Sylvia Hawley: A Basement Room & Chance for Mr. Lever
110 a & b
111 Symbolists and their influence on the novel
112 a & b Fiction: its ways of creating effects
113 a & b Nancy Gabbert: D. H. Lawrence—27 March ’61
114 Lawrence, D. H.
115 Texts in 20th Century British Lit—Spring 1961
116 Existentialism
117 James, William
118 Lawrence, D. H. - "The Horse Dealer’s Daughter"
119 Joyce, James—A Portrait of the Artist
120 Lawrence, D. H.
121 Lawrence, D. H.
122 a & b Lawrence, D. H.
123 Joyce, James
124 Joyce, James
125 a & b Joyce, James—A Portrait of the Artist
126 Joyce, James—A Portrait of the Artist
127 Joyce, James - The Dead
128 a & b Joyce, James - The Dead
129 Joyce, James
130 Joyce, James—A Portrait of the Artist
131 Joyce, James - Araby
132 Joyce, James—A Portrait of the Artist
133 Joyce, James—A Portrait of the Artist
134 a & b Joyce, James—A Portrait of the Artist
135 Joyce, James—A Portrait of the Artist
136 a & b Joyce, James—A Portrait of the Artist
137 Joyce, James
138 Hardy, Thomas - Return of the Native
139 Warren, Robert Penn
140 a & b Jewett, Sarah Orne
141 a & b Cather, Willa
142
143 Faulkner, William - "The Bear"
144 Eliot, T.S - The Waste land
145
146 American Literature
147 a & b Text of William Carlos Williams, “In Chains” Collected Poems, p. 19. Read at: Friends mtg May 1963
148 Slang poem by Robert Creeley, quoted in The Fifties
149 Mencken, H. L.
150 a & b Frost, Robert - Atlantic Monthly June 1951 Feb 58 Mod Lit
151 Sir Gawain & the Green Knight
152 a & b Sir Gawain & the Green Knight
153 a & b Sir Gawain & the Green Knight
154 17th Century Lyrics
155 Marvell—The Garden
156 The 17th Century—New Methods
157 a & b Donne, John
158 Surveys of English Lit
159 Medieval Lyric
160 Medieval Lyric
161 Sir Patrick Spens
162 a & b Hooker, Richard
163 a & b Hooker, Richard
164 a & b Hooker, Richard
165 a & b Sir Thomas More - Utopia
166 a & b Sir Thomas More - Utopia
167 John Evelyn - Diary
168 Fuller, Thomas
169 Milton, John - Paradise Lost
170 a & b
171 Spenser, Edmund
172 Spenser, Edmund - Faerie Queen
173 Spenser, Edmund - Faerie Queen
174 a & b Spenser, Edmund - Faerie Queen
175 a Spenser, Edmund - Faerie Queen
175 b Reading for Comprehensives 30 Nov ‘51
176 a & b Spenser, Edmund—Mutabilitie Cantos
177 Spenser, Edmund
178 Spenser, Edmund
179 Sidney, Philip
180 Sidney, Philip
181 a & b Sidney, Philip
182 The Schoolmaster - Roger Ascham
183 Thomas Nash—The Unfortunate Traveler
184 Romeo & Juliet
185 Hamlet
186 Reading for Comprehensives 1952 9:30 Tuesdays For 26 Feb.
187 11 March 1952 Reading for Comprehensives
188 11 March 1952 Reading for Comprehensives
189 a & b 11 March 1952 Reading for Comprehensives
190 a & b Drama
191 a & b Marlowe, Christopher
192 a & b Comments of Elizabethan Lyrics—Poetry, form & content
193 The 17th Century: Reinforcing texts: Whitehead, Science & the Modern World
194 17th Century Cicero—Ciceronian
195 English Prose—Pepys to Addison & Steele
196 The “Character”—“What a Character Is,” from Overbury
197 a & b Overbury, Sir Thomas
198 a & b Dryden—in Brevolt’s Milieu of
199 Dryden—in Brevolt’s Milieu of
200 Dryden—Religio Laici—1682
201 a & b Dryden – The Hind & the Panther 1687
202 Dryden – All for love: cf. to passages in Shakes’ Antony and Cleo
203 Thomas Fuller - History of the Worthies of England - 1662
204 Anthony à Wood 1632-1695 Athenae Oxonienses
205a Earle, John
205b Webster, John
206 a & b John Aubrey - 1626-1697 - Brief Lives
207 Bunyan, John - Pilgrim's Progress
208 Bunyan, John - Grace Abounding
209 a & b “Useful knowledge”—the worth of literature
210 Bunyan, John
211 Bunyan, John
212 Bunyan, John - Grace Abounding
213 Marlowe, Christopher - Dr. Faustus
214 Elizabethan Literature
215 Survey of English Literature
216 Survey of English Literature - June 1949
217 Survey of English Literature—Early Christian
218 Survey of English Literature 2 Oct 1952
219a Typed text of Stafford poem, "The Lyf So Short" . . . published in New Republic and Traveling through the Dark
219b Parlement of Foules
220 Books: a declaration about Chaucer & lit.
221 Figures of speech, allusions, symbols: effectiveness of
222 a & b Metaphysical Poets
223 Donne, John
224 Marvell, Andrew
225 Thomas Fuller The Church History of Britain (1655)
226 a & b Edward Hyde, First Earl of Clarendon 1607/8-1674
227 Izaak Walton 1593-1683
228a Donne, John
228b Dudley Trasey Mitchell—English Pulpi⁴牏瑡牯⁹潄湮⁥潴吠汩潬獴湯 䠀牥敢瑲‬敇牯敧 䐀祲敤Ɱ
229 a & b Herbert, George
230 Dryden, John
231 Swift, Jonathan - Gulliver's Travels
232 Swift, Jonathan - Gulliver's Travels
233 Swift, Jonathan - his epitaph
234 Swift, Jonathan - Gulliver's Travels
235
236 Boswell, James - Life of Johnson
237 Boswell, James
238 Johnson, Samuel - "Milton"
239 a & b Pope, Alexander - "Essay on Man"
240 Pope, Alexander
241 a & b Pope, Alexander - "Essay on Man"
242 a & b Bacon - Idols of the Mind (from Novum Organum)
243 a & b Nayler, James
244 a & b Burton, Robert (1576-1638) - Anatomy of melancholy
245 a & b Burton, Robert
246 Browne, Sir Thomas - Hydriotaphia, Urn Burial . . . 1658
247 a & b Browne, Sir Thomas - Religio Medici
248 a & b Bacon, Francis - The New Atlantis published 1627
249 a & b Bacon, Francis
250 a & b Bacon, Francis
251 a & b Bacon, Francis
252 Bacon, Francis
253 The Seventeenth Century
254
255 Browne, Thomas - quotes from Religio Medici
256 Browne, Thomas - Religio Medici
257 a & b Browne, Thomas - Religio Medici
258 Browne, Thomas - Religio Medici
259 Bacon, Francis - Idols of the Cave
260 The Spectator—Addison & Steele
261 a & b Pope, Alexander - "Essay on Man"
262a Pope, Alexander - "Essay on Man"
262b Hopkins, Gerard Manley
263 a & b Pope, Alexander
264 a & b Pope, Alexander
265 Pope, Alexander
266 a & b Pope, Alexander - "Essay on Man"
267 a & b Pope, Alexander - "Essay on Man"
268 Pope, Alexander - "Essay on Man"
269 a & b Pope, Alexander - "Essay on Man"
270 Pope, Alexander - "Essay on Man"
271 Pope, Alexander - "Essay on Man"
272 Pope, Alexander - "Essay on Man"
273 Pope, Alexander - "Essay on Man"
274 Pope, Alexander - "Essay on Man"
275 Pope, Alexander - "Essay on Man"
276 a & b Pope, Alexander - "Essay on Man"
277 Pope, Alexander - "Essay on Man"
278 Pope, Alexander - "Essay on Man"
279 Pope, Alexander - "Essay on Man"
280 Pope, Alexander - "Essay on Man"
281 Pope, Alexander - "Essay on Man"
282 Johnson, Samuel - The Rambler #4
283 Johnson, Samuel
284 Collins, William
285 Gray, Thomas - Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard
286 Gray, Thomas - Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard
287
288 a & b Goldsmith, Oliver - "The Vicar of Wakefield"
289 a & b Burke, Edmund
290 a & b Burke, Edmund
291 Burke, Edmund
292 Burke, Edmund
293 Burke, Edmund
294 American Literature divider
295 20th Century American Literature divider
296 a & b Poe, Edgar Allen
297 Thoreau--Civil Disobedience
298 a & b Cather, Willa
299 a & b Poe, Edgar Allen
300 a & b Hawthorne, Nathaniel
301 Howe, Edgar Watson
302 a & b American Literature
303 a & b American Literature
304 a & b The Masque of Red Death
305 James, William
306 a & b James, William
307 Ransom, J. C.
308 a & b Spingarn, Joel E.
309 a & b Pound, Ezra
310 a & b Pound, Ezra
311 a & b Pound, Ezra
312 a & b Hulme, T. E.
313 a & b Pound, Ezra
314 a & b Ludwig Lewisohn
315 a & b Rourke, Constance
316 a & b Krutch, Joseph Wood
317 Krutch, Joseph Wood
318 a & b Mencken, H. L.
319 a & b Mencken, H. L.
320 a & b Mencken, H. L.
321 a & b Eliot, T. S.
322 a & b Eliot, T. S.
323 a & b Eliot, T. S.
324 Eliot, T. S.
325 a & b Eliot, T. S.
326 a & b Neo-humanism
327 a & b Babbitt, Irving
328 a & b Babbitt, Irving
329 a & b Babbitt, Irving
330 a & b Paul Elmer More
331 a & b Brooks, Van Wyck
332 a & b Brooks, Van Wyck
333 a & b Brooks, Van Wyck
334 a & b Barlow, Joel
335 Barlow, Joel
336 Barlow, Joel
337 a & b Trumbull, John
338 a & b Barlow, Joel
339 Humphreys
340 Emerson, Ralph Waldo
341 Emerson, Ralph Waldo
342 mailing addresses for publishers
343 mailing addresses for publishers
344 Emerson, Ralph Waldo
345 Culler, A. Dwight
346 Satire
347 a & b How to read a story
348 a & b The Peace Witness
349 a & b mailing addresses for publishers
350 Cather, Willa
351 a & b Review of 19th century humanities
352 a & b bibliographic notes
353 questions about Multnomah County Library
354 outline for an essay about the role of the writer
355 outline for an essay about the role of the writer
356 outline for an essay about the role of the writer
357 outline for an essay about the role of the writer
358 outline for an essay about the role of the writer
359 divider card titled "Modern Poetry/Prose
360 divider card titled "Writing"
361 newsclipping from the Oregonian titled "Pattern Holds in Portland Voting" by Malcolm Bauer
362 "Papers in Class" (short prose piece about writing)
363 divider card titled "Composition"
364 Quote from Grammar Without Tears by Hugh Sykes Davis
365 syllabus for English 2AB, Fall 1956, San Jose State College
366 language puzzlers
367 Language and Thought
368 Advanced composition
369 Composition 1, June 30, 1949
370 a & b Composition 1, June 30, 1949
371 Vocabulary building
372 Composition 1
373 Composition 2I & 2B
374 English 2I
375 a & b English 2I & 2B
376 English 2
377 a & b English 2I & 2B
378 a & b English 2I & 2B
379 a & b English 2I & 2B
380 a & b Communications 106, November 1955
381 Communications 105, October 1955
382 Communications 105, October 1955
383 review of grammar
384 Communications 105
385 Communications 105
386 Lincoln Speaks at Gettysburg
387 a & b The Luxury of Integrity - Stuart Chase
388 Play on Words
389 Listing of early Stafford serial publications and anthologies for an author's display at J.K. Gill's, October 1957
390 a & b "Stafford and the case of the Nation and the censor"
391 a & b "Stafford and the case of the Nation and the censor"
392 Fiction Writing
393 a & b Fiction Writing 148
394 a & b Fiction Writing 148
395 a & b Fiction Writing 148
396 Fiction Writing 148
397 divider card titled "usages"
398 Norman Taylor - Flight from Reality
399 Word Quirks
400 a & b extra words
401 a & b Dobie, July 28, 1949
402 a & b J. Frank Dobie
403 J. Frank Dobie
404 Short Story - John Watson - Boulder Writers Conference - July 26, 1949
405 Short Story - 28 July 1949
406 divider card titled "definitions & biblio"
407 mailing addresses for publishers
408 mailing addresses for publishers
409 blank library call slip
410 a & b books for the library
411 books for the library
412 a & b books for the library
413 books to buy
414 books to buy
415 tragedy - Dictionary of World Literature
416 bibliographic reference
417 book list
418 mailing addresses for publishers
419 mailing addresses for publishers
420 Brown, Reuben Arthur - The Fields of Light
421 a & b "Truth and Poetry"
422 Whitehead - Symbolism
423 definitions - Jacobite
424 definitions
425 Naturalism
426 Realism
427 Renaissance
428 mailing addresses for publishers
429 thoughts on teaching humanities
430 bibliography
431 bibliography
432 bibliography
433 metaphor
434 theme
435 climax
436 a & b expressionism
437 expressionism
438 poetry metaphor
439 divider card titled "Lit of W.W."
440 Agnosticism & Christianity
441 a & b Religious Faith - William James
442 Agnosticism
443 Avrahm Yarmolinsky
444 a & b Aristotle - Nichomachean Ethics
445 Aristotle - Nichomachean Ethics
446 Aristotle
447 a & b Tragedy
448 a & b outline for Appreciation of Literature - October 14, 1958 - Tillamook
449 a & b Plato - The Apology
450 Plato - Crito
451 Plato - November 1957 - Astoria
452 a & b Pascal, Blaise - World Lit - Feb 1958
453 Dante
454 a & b Aristotle - Nichomachean Ethics
455 Heine, Heinrich
456 a & b Plato, Socrates, and Aristotle
457 Plato
458 a & b Plato & Agamemnon
459 Plato
460 Plato
461 a & b Plato
462 Plato
463 a & b Homer - Odyssey
464 Chekhov - The Cherry Orchard
465 Chekhov - The Cherry Orchard
466 Russian names
467 a & b A. O. Lovejoy's Great Chain of Being
468 a & b Great Chain of Being
469 a & b Bernard Mandeville - The Fable of the Bees
470 Paradise Lost
471 Paradise Lost
472 a & b Calvinism
473 a & b Paradise Lost
474 Paradise Lost
475 Pascal, Blaise
476 Pascal, Blaise
477 Wisdom-knowledge - Leon Chestov
478 a & b Marcus Aurelius
479 a & b C. A. Bradley - Shakespearean Tragedy
480 a & b Kafka, Franz
481 Kafka, Franz
482 Kafka, Franz
483 a & b Kafka, Franz
484 Short Novels of the Masters
485 Soren Kierkegaard - Stages on Life's Way
486 John Stuart Mill - On Liberty
487 a & b John Stuart Mill - Liberty of Thought & Discussion
488 John Stuart Mill - On Liberty
489 a & b John Stuart Mill - On Liberty
490 John Stuart Mill / Bentham
491 John Stuart Mill - Of Individuality
492 a & b notes for poem submissions - January 1953
493 a & b Spiritual Life: Consolations & Aridity
494 a & b Reason - what it means in theological writings
495 a & b Reason in Spiritual Life
496 divider card titled "Novel"
497 How a novel is done
498 a & b Literature and Realism
499 a & b Novel - the inwardness of modern life
500 Novel - the inwardness of modern life
501 a & b Novel - inwardness character - reputation
502 Novel - inwardness
503 Reading - need for different strategies
504 "A Passage to India"
505 "A Passage to India"
506 a & b Huxley, Aldous - "Death of the Baroque"
507 Forster, E. M.
508 "A Passage to India"
509 a & b "A Passage to India"
510 "A Passage to India"
511 a & b Contemporary Novel
512 a & b James, Henry
513 a & b James, Henry
514 a & b James, Henry
515 Forster, E. M. - "Two Cheers for Democracy"
516 a & b "A Passage to India"
517 a & b "A Passage to India"
518 "A Passage to India"
519 Bronte, Charlotte
520 A Short History of the English Novel - S. Diana Neill
521 A Short History of the English Novel - S. Diana Neill
522 a & b Huckleberry Finn - Intro to Literature - Manchester College - October 21, 1955
523 Huckleberry Finn - Intro to Literature - Manchester College - October 21, 1955
524 Huckleberry Finn - Intro to Literature - Manchester College - October 21, 1955
525 novel list for course
526 Henry Fielding - "Joseph Andrews"
527 Henry Fielding - "Joseph Andrews"
528 Henry Fielding - "Joseph Andrews"
529 a & b novel litings
530 a & b Dickens, Charles
531 Dickens, Charles
532 a & b Carlyle and Dickens
533 a & b essay questions for novel course
534 The Modern Novel in America - Frederick J. Hoffman
535 For a review of "Edgar Huntly" by Charles B. Brown
536 a & b Brown, Charles Brockden
537 John Hinz, City College NY
538 Dostoyevsky by Andre Gide
539 a & b Dostoyevsky
540 a & b Dostoyevsky
541 a & b Dostoyevsky
542 a & b Dostoyevsky
543 a & b Dostoyevsky
544 Dostoyevsky
545 Faulkner, William - The Sound and the Fury
546 Faulkner, William - The Sound and the Fury
547 a & b Faulkner, William - The Sound and the Fury
548 a & b Faulkner, William - The Sound and the Fury
549 Flaubert
550 Flaubert
551 Forster, E. M.
552 a & b Galsworthy, John
553 Hardy, Thomas - "The Oxen"
554 a & b Hemingway
555 Hemingway
556 a & b Huxley, Aldous
557 a & b Huxley, Aldous
558 a & b Dickens, Charles - Pickwick Papers
559 a & b James, Henry - The Aspern Papers
560 a & b James, Henry - The Aspern Papers
561 James, Henry
562 a & b James, Henry - The Ambassadors
563 a & b Mann, Thomas - Death in Venice
564 a & b Mann, Thomas
565 a & b Melville, Herman - Benito Cereno
566 Melville, Herman - Benito Cereno
567 Melville, Herman - Benito Cereno
568 Ignazio Silone
569 Tolstoy - Death of Ivan Ilyitch
570 Walpole, Hugh - The Captives
571 Development of the English Novel - Fall 1955
572 a & b Modern Lit - October 1957
573 a & b Modern Lit - October 1957
574 a & b Modern Lit - October 1957
575 English money
576 a & b English rank, royalty, society
577 Modern Lit - October 1957
578 Lady Chatterley's Lover
579 Lady Chatterley's Lover
580 Lady Chatterley's Lover
581 Lady Chatterley's Lover
582 Modern Lit - September 1957
583 Modern Lit - September 1957
584 a & b Huysmans, J. K. - Against the Grain
585 a & b Mann, Thomas
586 Fielding, Henry
587 a & b Hemingway, Ernest - A Farewell to Arms
588 a & b Hemingway, Ernest - A Farewell to Arms
589 a & b Hemingway, Ernest
590 Dickens, Charles - David Copperfield
591 Dickens, Charles - David Copperfield
592 Novel in Percy Lubbock - The Craft of Fiction
593 Tolstoy - Death of Ivan Ilyitch
594 a & b Tolstoy - Death of Ivan Ilyitch
595 a & b Dostoyevsky - Notes from Underground
596 Dostoyevsky - Notes from Underground
597 Dostoyevsky - Notes from Underground
598 Melville, Herman - Bartleby
599 file tab: "drama"
600 Drama - outline ingredients
601 a & b Aristotle's Poetics
602 Lorca, Francisco Garcia - Blood Wedding
603 Drama - A Treasury of the Theatre - Gassner
604 a & b Ibsen - The Wild Duck
605 a & b Everyman - Play
606 a & b Hippolytus - Euripides
607 a & b Hippolytus
608 Sophocles - Antigone
609 a & b Webster, John - Duchess of Malfi
610 Ibsen - Hedda Gabler
611 Ibsen - Hedda Gabler
612 Ibsen - Hedda Gabler
613 Shakespeare - As They Liked It
614 Shakespeare
615 Marlowe, Christopher - Dr. Faustus
616 Marlowe, Christopher - Tamburlaine the Great
617 a & b Johnson, Ben
618 Johnson, Ben
619 Johnson, Ben
620 Kyd, Thomas - The Spanish Tragedy
621 Udall, Nicholas
622 a & b Seneca, Lucius Annaeus
623 Thomas Norton & Thomas Sackville - Gorbuduc
624 a & b Middleton, Thomas and William Rowley
625 Peele, George - The Old Wives' Tale
626 Greene, Robert
627 Shakespeare's History Plays - E. M. W. Tillyard
628 Beaumont, Francis and John Fletcher
629 a & b Ford, John - The Broken Heart
630 Shirley, James - The Cardinal
631 a & b Webster, John - Duchess of Malfi
632 a & b Dekker, Thomas - The Honest Whore
633 Dekker, Thomas - The Honest Whore
634 Dekker, Thomas - The Shoemaker's Holiday
635 a & b Heywood, Thomas - A Woman Killed with Kindness
636 a & b Marston, John - The Malcontent
637 Fletcher, John - The Faithful Shepherdess
638 a & b Lyly, John - Endymion
639 a & b A Doll's House
640 a & b Elizabethan drama
641 Ibsen - The Wild Duck
642 a & b Williams, Tennessee
643 Williams, Tennessee - The Glass Menagerie
644 a & b Realism & Naturalism
645 a & b Shaw, George Bernard
646 Strindberg - There are Crimes and Crimes
647 Strindberg - There are Crimes and Crimes
648 a & b Sartre - The Flies
649 "Romance is When it Happens" from Glamour, October 1950
650 Sartre - The Flies
651 Modern drama paper topics
652 Rostand, Edmond - Cyrano de Bergerac
653 file tab: "Art & Religion"
654 Matthew Arnold - Empedocles on Etna
655 a & b myth - solipsism
656 Peter on esthetics and the spiritual
657 a & b Reason
658 a & b Santayana - The idea of Christ in the Gospels
659 a & b myth - moral sensibility
660 a & b myth - Religion in the 17th Century
661 The Bible
662 a & b Platonism of the Spiritual Life - Santayana
663 religious writing
664 file tab: "Criticism"
665 a & b Criticism
666 file tab: McDowells Course in Modern Criticism
667 a & b Modern literary criticism 1st exam
668 a & b Croce, Benedetto
669 a & b Marxism & Literature
670 a & b Marxism & Literature
671 a & b Santayana, George
672 a & b Esthetic reaction against tradition
673 a & b French symbolists
674 a & b Santayana - ideas on art
675 Modern Literary criticism
676 a & b Richards, I. A.
677 a & b Richards, I. A.
678 a & b Richards, I. A.
679 a & b Richards, I. A.
680 a & b Richards, I. A.
681 a & b Empson, William
682 a & b Ransom, John Crowe
683 a & b Ransom, John Crowe
684 a & b Leavis, F. R.
685 a & b Leavis, F. R.
686 Leavis, F. R.
687 Trilling, Lionel
688 a & b Wilson, Edmund
689 a & b Wilson, Edmund
690 a & b Matthiesen, F. O.
691 a & b Burke, Kenneth
692 a & b Read, Herbert
693 a & b Bodkin, Maude
694 a & b Coleridge, S. T.
695 a & b Mythological approach to criticism
696 a & b Mythological approach to criticism
697 a & b The Chicago School of Critics
698 a & b The Chicago School of Critics
699 a & b Burke, Kenneth
700 a & b Burke, Kenneth
701 a & b Burke, Kenneth
702 Trilling, Lionel
703 a & b Furgusson, Francis
704 New Critics
705 Yeats, William Butler
706 a & b Yeats, William Butler
707 New Critics - the disguised
708 file tab: "French Critics & Poets"
709 French poets
710 Rimbaud
711 a & b Art for Art's Sake
712 Symbolists and after
713 Surrealism
714 Surrealism
715 a & b Valery, Paul
716 Rimbaud
717 file tab: Critics - Poets
718 Books to find
719 Reading to find
720 a & b Rilke, Rainer Maria
721 Criticism
722 a & b Symbolists
723 a & b Poetry - 2 kinds
724 a & b Trilling, Lionel
725 Eliot, T. S.
726 a & b Eliot, T. S.
727 a & b Freudianism or psychoanalysis in literary criticism
728 Lewis, C. Day
729 a & b De La Mare, Walter
730 a & b Davies, W. H.
731 Pound, Ezra
732 a & b Pound, Ezra
733 a & b Pound, Ezra
734 a & b Whitman, Walt
735 a & b Winters, Yvor
736 a & b Coventry Patmore
737 Nietzsche
738 a & b Nietzsche
739 a & b Nietzsche
740 a & b Nietzsche
741 a & b Nietzsche
742 "Poetic Knowledge" from Jacques Maritain's The Range of Reason
743 "Poetic Knowledge" from Jacques Maritain's The Range of Reason
744 a & b Pound, Ezra
745 a & b Browning
746 The value of poetry
747 a & b Emerson - "The Poet"
748 a & b Pound, Ezra
749 Auden, W. H.
750 a & b Bridges, Robert
751 Lewis, C. Day
752 Russell, G. W. (A. E.)
753 Ransom, John Crowe
754 Ransom, John Crowe
755 a & b Ransom, John Crowe - Aristotle
756 a & b Ransom, John Crowe - Aristotle
757 a & b Ransom, John Crowe - Aristotle
758 Ransom, John Crowe - Aristotle
759 a & b Shapiro, Karl
760 a & b Lowell, James Russell
761 a & b Romanticism
762 a & b Art - subject & substance - Dewey
763 Art as Experience - Dewey
764 a & b Yeats, William Butler - Belief and Poetry
765 a & b Stevens - Poet, what he does
766 Pound, Ezra
767 Eliot, T. S.
768 Eliot, T. S.
769 a & b Richards, I. A.
770 a & b Winters, Yvor - In Defense of Reason
770 c & d Tolstoy - What is Art?
771 a & b Winters, Yvor
772 a & b Winters, Yvor
773 a & b Yeats, William Butler
774 a & b Yeats, William Butler
775 Poetry -- handles for analyzing it
776 Imagist Manifesto - 1915
777 a & b Hall, Donald - Modern Poetry
778 a & b Vigee, Claude - Modern Poetry
779 Auden, W. H.
780 Literary Criticism
781 Questions to Ask a Picture
782 Literature not imitation any more…
783 file tab: "Publication"
784 Poetry journal titles with Stafford poems
785 Poetry journal titles with Stafford poems
786 Poetry journal titles with Stafford poems
787 Poetry journal titles with Stafford poems
788 Poetry journal titles with Stafford poems
789 Poetry journal titles with Stafford poems
790 Poetry journal titles with Stafford poems
791 Poetry journal titles with Stafford poems
792 Poetry journal titles with Stafford poems
793 Poetry journal titles with Stafford poems
794 Poetry journal titles with Stafford poems
795 Poetry journal titles with Stafford poems
796 Poetry journal titles with Stafford poems
797 Poetry journal titles with Stafford poems
798 Poetry journal titles with Stafford poems
799 Poetry journal titles with Stafford poems
800 Poetry journal titles with Stafford poems
801 Poetry journal titles with Stafford poems
802 Poetry journal titles with Stafford poems
803 Poetry journal titles with Stafford poems
804 Poetry journal titles with Stafford poems
805 a & b Current situation in our society which stirs us to assess literature and its place, especially in education
806 Lit statement - Walter Ong
807 Lit statement - David Holbrook
808 Lit statement - Larzer Ziff
809 a & b Lit statement - Henri Bergson
810 aphorism by WS
811 Lit Statement
812 Lit Statement
813 Critical Reading - Gertrude Williams
814 Lit Statement - Walter Ong
815 a & b Lit Statement
816 Lit Statement
817 Lit Statement
818 Lit Statement
819 Lit Statement
820 Lit Statement - T. S. Matthews
821 General Literature introduction
822 a & b David Hawkins - "The Informed Vision: An Essay on Science Education"
823 Life Adjustment through Literature - Lorine D. Hyer
824 a & b Literature, Threat and Conquest - Walter Ong
825 Lit statement - Walter Ong
826 a & b Arnstein, Flora
827 Lit Statement - Peter Caws
828 a & b Nancy Larrick - A Parent's Guide to Children's Reading
829 Nancy Larrick - A Parent's Guide to Children's Reading
830 Dwight L. Burton and G. R. Carlsen - Lit as Social Studies
831 Lit Statement - Nila Banton Smith
832 a & b Goose Flesh and Glimpses of Glory - Richard S. Alm
833 a & b Lit Statement - Arnstein
834 a & b Lit Statement - Beuben A. Brower
835 Lit Statement - Beuben A. Brower
836 Lit Statement - Angela M. Broening
837 The Role of Literature for Young People Today
838 Books to Meet Personal Needs - Dwight L. Burton
839 English and the Liberal Arts Tradition
840 a & b What lit provides - G. R. Carlsen
841 Behind Reading Interests - G. R. Carlsen
842 Lit Statement - Margaret H. Bulley
843 a & b Literature and Growing Up - Robert B. Heilman
844 Lit Statement
845 Special value of literature as evidenced now? - G. R. Carlsen
846 The importance and distinction of literature -- evidences? - G. R. Carlsen
847 Lit Statement - Kenneth Burke
848 Critical Reading - Robert Dykstra
849 Lit Statement - Joseph B. Harrison
850 a & b Lit & Society - Richard Haggart
851 Lit & Society - Richard Haggart
852 Lit & Society - Richard Haggart
853 The Secret Places - David Holbrook
854 a & b Lit Statement - Robin Skelton
855 The feel of modern lit - William Stafford
856 a & b Lit statement - David Holbrook
857 a & b Modern Lit - aggression
858 Approaches in teaching lit
859 Literature: necessity and grace - Suzanne K. Langer
860 Lit Statement: the Lit Gap - Josephine Miles
861 Lit Statement - Harry T. Moore
862 Critical Reading - E. Elona Sochor
863 Lit as social studies - E. Elona Sochor
864 The Responses of adolescents while reading four short stories - James R. Squire
865 Kinds of readers and effectiveness in reading
866 Misinterpretations in reading - James R. Squire
867 a & b Wordsworth on imagination
868 Lit statement - Larzer Ziff
869 What literature is for
870 a & b art and human feelings
871 Lit Statement
872 Lit Statement
873 Lit Statement
874 Writer's Conference - William Stafford
875 Writing & Reading - Holbrook
876 Special Reasons for concern about lit now - Walter Ong
877 Lit Statement
878 Lit Statement - G. R. Carlsen
879 Lit Statement - Arnold Bennett
880 Literature: 2 gifts
881 Richard McKeon
882 Lit Statement
883 Lit Statement
884 aphorism by WS
885 Lit Statement
886 Lit Statement
887 Lit Statement
888 Literature's significance
889 The Primacy of Literature as Source of Value and Idea
890 Lit Statement
891 Lit Statement
892 Lit Statement
893 Lit Statement
894 Lit Statement
895 Lit Statement
896 Lit Statement
897 Lit Statement
898 Lit Statement
899 Lit Statement
900 Lit Statement
901 Lit Statement
902 Lit Statement
903 Lit Statement
904 Lit Statement
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