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Handwritten correspondence between the twentieth century American poet Denise Levertov (1923 - 1997) and writer / English professor Alan Helms (1937-). Also includes legal document listing Helms as co-trustee of the Denise Levertov Trust.
Articles by or about Donald Hall, copies of poems of Hall published in various journals, copies of book reviews written by Hall, collections of poetry edited by Hall, correspondence.
Personal papers, books, lectures, notes, manuscripts and publishing information, correspondence and journals of Edward Burroughs Irving, Jr. (1923-1998), scholar of English literature. The collection pertains mainly to Irving's education and his teaching of and research on Old English literature. A donation of books relating to Old and Middle English literature accompany this collection and are cataloged individually and searchable via the WMU Libraries online catalog.
Articles, essays, speeches by South African author and anti-apartheid activist Alan Paton collected by Western Michigan University professor Edward Callan. Also contains correspondence between Callan and Alan Paton, as well as Callan and other notable South African anti-apartheid activists, such as Nadine Gordimer and Albert J. Luthuli.
Articles by or about W.H. Auden collected by Western Michigan University English Professor emeritus Edward Callan, including articles by Callan himself, correspondence, copies of The Griffin (1954-1960), and The Mid-Century Review (1960-1963).
Articles on James Joyce and W.B. Yeats, research notes, correspondence, sheet music and ephemera.
Archive of Unpublished artwork and Manuscripts. An archive of loose works from the latter part of the life of Elizabeth MacKinstry inspired by medieval artwork and verse. The archive includes many small sketches, studies, calligraphic intitals, 20 mounted studies, 24 pages of medieval poetry done in calligraphy and illuminated by MacKinstry (unfinished). This collection gives one an insight not only into her interests, but also her creative process.
This collection is comprised primarily of drafts, proofs, layout plans, and illustrations pertaining to the creation of Poems for Youth and A Murmur in the Trees, both books containing collections of poems written by Emily Dickinson and published by Little Brown and Company.