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Hi Joe, The Searchers are still touring, I saw them a couple of years ago. The Temptations are coming down under, looking forward to that.

I liked these songs and others.☺♥☺

Joe, I did some research and here is the reason for their demise. As musical styles evolved, the Searchers did attempt to move with the times, but the departure of founding member Chris Curtis 1966, who was their chief songwriter, song selector, and key high harmony voice, was a key reason for the death of the Searchers, as Curtis was also the band's main PR man. Long story short…. After Chris Curtis left the Searchers, Tony Jackson became a trash collector for the city of Liverpool, Lancashire, John McNally became a successful brain surgeon with such notable clients as Tiny Tim and Napoleon XIV and Mike Pender went on to be a food taster for Justin Bieber (which explains why all my efforts dispose of him failed)

It might be noted that in 1967, Curtis formed a new band called Roundabout with keyboard player Jon Lord and guitarist Ritchie Blackmore and though Curtis's involvement in the project was short-lived, Roundabout would eventually evolve into Deep Purple the following year.

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I haven't heard the disco version of Love Potion #9. Thanks for stopping by :))

Don't know what happened to them John.

Always liked The Searchers and often wondered what happened them. They had a string of hits and then disappeared. Maybe their Mums made them cut their hair or they ran out of petrol?


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Text converted by SPI Content Sciences Inc., July 2003 . Finding aid written in English.

106 boxes (45 linear feet), 3 oversize boxes, 1 oversize folder, 1 card file, 11 galleys files

Harry Ransom Center, The University of Texas at Austin

Purchases 1996 (R113875), 1997 (R13903), 2001 (R14927) Gift 1996 (G10707)

Lisa Jones, 2001 Stephen Mielke, 2002

William Hugh Kenner was born in 1923 at Peterborough, Ontario, to Mary (Williams) Kenner and Henry Rowe Hocking Kenner, a school principal and instructor of Greek and Latin. Kenner received a BA (1945) and MA (1946, gold medal in English) from the University of Toronto. He then attended Yale University where his PhD dissertation, The Poetry of Ezra Pound , received the Porter Prize in 1950.

After completing his degrees, appointments followed at Santa Barbara College (later University of California at Santa Barbara), 1950-1973 Johns Hopkins University, 1973-1990, as Andrew Mellon Professor of Humanities and the University of Georgia, where he was Franklin and Callaway Professor of English from 1990 until his retirement in 1999. Kenner has also held visiting professorships at the University of Michigan (1957), the University of Chicago (1962), the University of Virginia (1964-1965), and the Northrop Frye Chair at the University of Toronto (1985). He received honorary doctorates from the University of Chicago and Trent University, two Guggenheim fellowships (1956, 1963), and is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Literature (1956).

Unlike most of his fellow academics and literary critics, Kenner knew personally, and collaborated with, many of the subjects about whom he has written. In a conversation with Ezra Pound in the early 1950s, Pound insisted, "You have an obligation to visit the great men of your own time." Kenner took this admonition literally and over the years has visited and befriended many of the major figures of literary modernism, including Samuel Beckett, William F. Buckley, T. S. Eliot, Wyndham Lewis, William Carlos Williams, and Louis Zukofsky. Kenner's circle of contacts also included prominent figures outside of the modernist movement, such as Guy Davenport, Buckminster Fuller, Marshall McLuhan, and Charles Tomlinson. In addition, Kenner has written extensively, sometimes definitively, about Joseph Conrad, William Faulkner, F. Scott Fitzgerald, Ford Madox Ford, Henry James, James Joyce, J. M. Synge, Evelyn Waugh, H. G. Wells, Virginia Woolf, and William Butler Yeats.

Considered the premier scholar and critic of literary modernism of his generation, Kenner's career spans 50 years during which he has produced 25 books (and contributed to at least 200 others), nearly a thousand periodical contributions, and numerous other publications, sound recordings, and broadcasts. He is generally acknowledged as the pre-eminent authority on Ezra Pound and one of the major voices of James Joyce scholarship. The 1951 publication of his Yale dissertation The Poetry of Ezra Pound was the first serious book on the subject to be published in America, and Dublin's Joyce (1955) and Joyce's Voices (1978) are considered classics in Joyce criticism.

Kenner's numerous articles and publications on modernist studies examine the movement in broad terms in a manner accessible to a general readership: The Pound Era (1971) outlines international modernism, A Homemade World (1975) analyzes American modernist writers, A Colder Eye (1983), the Irish modernists, and A Sinking Island (1988), the English modernists. Fellow professor, critic, and writer Guy Davenport summarized, "Kenner gave us a way to read Pound, as he has given us a way to read Joyce and Beckett. This is not to say that these are the only way to read these writers: What Kenner does best is show us how to read, and how to appreciate what we read. A critic cannot hope for more success."

The scope of Kenner's critical thought ranges across American and English intellectual history. He has written on mathematics, science, technology, and visual arts. Bucky: A Guided Tour of Buckminster Fuller (1973) is a non-academic introduction to Fuller's theories of cosmic order and its physical properties. Kenner's book reviews for Byte magazine (1986-1993) examined computer technology for a general readership, and his Art and Antiques magazine column (1984-1992) provided cultural context for art, history, and theory. His critical works on popular culture and film include Chuck Jones: A Flurry of Drawings for the University of California at Berkeley Portraits of American Genius series, and articles on Buster Keaton. With his expertise in the modernist movement of the early 1900s and technology and culture of the later 1900s, Kenner has created a body of work touching on many of the leading movements throughout the twentieth century.

Contemporary Authors: New Revision Series , Volume 28. Hal May & James G. Lesniak, Eds. (Detroit: Gale Research Company, 1990).

Dictionary of Literary Biography: Modern American Critics Since 1955 , Volume 67. Gregory S. Jay, Ed. (Detroit: Gale Research Company, 1988).

Index Terms: Correspondents

Buckley, William F. Jr., 1925-2008.

Cartier-Bresson, Henri, 1908-2004.

DeWitt, Miriam Hapgood, 1906-1990.

Eliot, T. S. (Thomas Stearns), 1888-1965.

Fuller, R. Buckminster (Richard Buckminster), 1895-1983.

McLuhan, Marshall, 1911-1980.

Meacham, Harry M. (Harry Monroe), 1901-1975.

Muggeridge, Malcolm, 1903-1990.

Ransom, John Crowe, 1888-1974.

Shapiro, Karl Jay, 1913-2000.

Williams, William Carlos, 1883-1963.

Organizations Alfred A. Knopf, Inc. New Directions Publishing. Sterling Lord Agency. Subjects

Eliot, T. S. (Thomas Stearns), 1888-1965.

Fuller, R. Buckminster, (Richard Buckminster), 1895-1983.

Williams, William Carlos, 1883-1963.

English literature, 20th century, History and criticism. English poetry, 20th century, History and criticism. Geodesic domes. Document Types Audio tapes. Bibliographies. Broadsides. Contracts. Christmas Cards. Drawings. Galley proofs. Patents. Photographs. Scope and Contents

Correspondence, offprints, clippings, typescripts, galley proofs, photographs, tearsheets, drawings, computer printouts and program sheets, holograph notes and drafts, notebooks, and academic papers document Hugh Kenner's career as critic, scholar, and educator from 1943 to 1994. The papers are organized in three series: I. Works, 1943-1994, n.d. (40 boxes) II. Correspondence, 1946-1993, n.d. (14 boxes) III. Subject Files, 1916-1994, n.d. (53 boxes).

The Subject Files series is the largest of the three, constituting one half of the Kenner papers. It includes a large number of papers and articles by colleagues of Kenner and topical files on individuals and subjects related to Kenner's academic interests. The Works series contains various drafts, contracts, and correspondence for books, articles, lectures, reviews, and introductions by Kenner. The smallest series, Correspondence, largely comprises incoming letters to Kenner. Some incoming correspondence and third-party correspondence is located throughout the papers and several correspondents have letters in more than one location. The Index of Correspondents at the end of the finding aid should be consulted to locate correspondence.

The vast majority of the materials are in English, although Chinese and Japanese ideograms are present in the Ezra Pound materials and small amounts of Greek, Latin, Gaelic, Italian, German, and French are located throughout the papers.

The bulk of the papers date from the late 1940s to the early 1990s. A very few items date as early as 1916, but these are generally photo reproductions of items or copies of letters.

The papers are generally in good condition except for occasional stains and smudges, some identified as food and drink spills or mold growth. Most of these materials have been placed in protective sleeves or photocopied and discarded. Although the Ransom Center Conservation Department has treated some of the manuscripts for mold, dormant spores may still be present and patrons sensitive to mold may consider wearing gloves and a dust mask while handling certain files.

Hugh Kenner Papers--Folder List Series I. Works, 1943-1994, n.d.

The Works series is divided into four subseries: Books, Articles and Lectures, Reviews, and Introductions. The Books subseries makes up the bulk of the series and contains notes, typescript drafts, galley proofs, and small amounts of correspondence and clippings. The materials document Kenner's numerous published works on Ezra Pound, James Joyce, Samuel Beckett, Buckminster Fuller, mathematics, computing, poetry and literature in general, and other interests. Also included are typescript fragments for several unpublished books and one screen treatment. The files are arranged alphabetically by title with the majority of materials consisting of typescript drafts and fragments with hand written corrections by Kenner. A small amount of correspondence is included with many of the works, usually fan mail or letters and contracts from Kenner's publishers. General research notes and materials for Beckett, Fuller, Joyce, Pound, and others are located in the Subject Files series and complement the files found in this series. Kenner's academic papers and dissertation from Yale University are also located in the Subject Files series.

The Articles and Lectures subseries contains offprints, tearsheets, and photocopies of articles written by Kenner for magazines, newspapers, journals, and encyclopedias such as Harpers , Art & Antiques , The New York Times , Byte , Shenandoah , and Encyclopaedia Britannica . Also included are several short radio scripts used on National Public Radio and typescripts and notes for lectures and talks on computers, Joyce, Pound, and symbolism. As in the Books subseries, correspondence is sparse and predominately from editors and publishers, with some fan mail. One exception is for the 1964 Saturday Evening Post article Don't Send Johnny to College, which generated a large number of letters from readers and numerous requests for use and reproduction. The materials in this subseries date from the early 1940s to the early 1990s and are arranged alphabetically by title.

The Reviews subseries contains book, movie, and software reviews written by Kenner and is similar to the Articles and Lectures subseries in date range and types of materials. The reviews appeared in The Los Angeles Times , London Times , Poetry , Inquiry , and many of the same publications noted under Articles and Lectures. This subseries is arranged alphabetically by the name of author of the work reviewed.

The Introductions subseries consists of one box of typescripts and correspondence related to book forewords and sound recording liner notes written by Kenner. Arrangement is alphabetical by author or by title when the author is unknown. Author correspondence is included with several of the titles.

A. Books, 1947-1994, n.d. Anthology of English Literature [unpublished] 1 1 Holograph and typed notes, n.d. 1 2 Mimeo typescript outline and introduction, n.d. 1 3 Typescript draft fragment, n.d. Early typescript and photocopy draft 1 4 Section I, n.d. 1 5 Section II, n.d. 1 6-7 Section III, n.d. 2, 1 Section III, n.d. 2 2-3 Section IV, n.d. 2 4 Section V, n.d. 2 5 Section VI, n.d. 2 6 Section VII, n.d. Intermediate typescript and photocopy draft 2 7 Section I, n.d. 3 1 Section II, n.d. 3 2-4 Section III, n.d. 3 5-6 Section IV, n.d. 4 1 Section V, n.d. 4 2 Section VI, n.d. 4 3 Section VII, n.d. 4 4 Correspondence and contracts, 1969-1984 The Art of Poetry (1959) 4 5-6 Carbon copy typescript, 1959 4 7 Correspondence and contracts, 1952-1987 Bucky: A Guided Tour of Buckminster Fuller (1973) 4 8 Research notes, 1970-1971, n.d. 5 1 Draft fragments, 1972, n.d. 5 2-4 Carbon copy typescript, n.d. 5 5-6 Typescript printer's copy with corrections, 1973 6 1 Typescript continued 6 2 Photographs and illustrations 6 3 Galley proofs, n.d. 6 4 Correspondence, 1970-1991, n.d. 6 5 Clippings, 1973-1976 Chuck Jones: A Flurry of Drawings (1994) 6 6 Final manuscript, ca. 1994 6 7 Printer's copy, ca. 1994 6 8 Correspondence and contracts, 1990, n.d. A Colder Eye (1983) 7 1-2 Early typescript draft fragments, n.d. 7 3-4 Intermediate manuscript fragments, 1981-1982 7 5-6 Late manuscript, n.d. 8 1 Late manuscript continued, n.d. 8 2-4 Final draft mimeo manuscript with design notes, 1982 8 5-6 Printer's copy, n.d. 9 1 Printer's copy, n.d. 9 2-3 Master galley proofs with corrections, 1982 9 4-5 Duplicate galley proofs, 1982 9 6 Galley proof fragments with corrections, 1983 10 1-2 Corrected master galley proofs, 1983 10 3-4 Duplicate galley proofs, 1983 10 5-6 Page proofs with corrections, 1983 11 1 Page proof fragments, 1983 11 2-3 Blue sheets, 1983 11 4 Dust jacket dummies, n.d. 11 5 Correspondence, 1977-1983, n.d. 11 6 Clippings and reviews, 1983-1987, n.d. 11 7 8 in. floppy disk, n.d. The Counterfeiters: An Historical Comedy (1968) 11 8 Research notes, n.d. 12 1 Holograph and typescripts drafts, 1965, n.d. 12 2 Mimeo typescript, n.d. 12 3 Galley proofs, 1985, n.d. 12 4 Printer's markup and cover, n.d. 12 5 Page proofs, n.d 12 6 Dust jacket, ca. 1968 12 7 Correspondence, 1966-1985, n.d. 12 8 Clippings and reviews, 1968-1986, n.d. Dublin's Joyce (1956) 12 9-10 Incomplete carbon typescript with corrections, n.d. 13 1 Gatherings with corrections, 1955 13 2 Correspondence, 1950-1987 13 3 Clippings and reviews, 1955-1957, n.d. Geodesic Math and How to Use It (1976) 13 4-7 Research materials and notes, 1973-1974, n.d. 14 1-2 Research materials and notes, 1973-1974, n.d. 14 3-4 Draft fragments with corrections, n.d. 14 5 Early incomplete photocopy typescript, n.d. 14 6 Intermediate typescript, n.d. 15 1 Intermediate typescript continued 15 2-3 Late incomplete typescript, n.d. 15 4 Photographs and illustrations, n.d. 15 5 Dust jacket dummy, n.d. 15 6-7 Correspondence, 1972-1988, n.d. 16 1 Clippings and reviews, 1976-1981, n.d. Gnomon: Essays on Contemporary Literature (1958) 16 2 Correspondence, 1957-1972 16 3 Clippings and reviews, 1958 Heath/Zenith Z-100 User's Guide (1984) 16 4 Typescript draft fragments, 1983-1984, n.d. 16 5 Typescript, 1983 16 6 Photocopy typescript with corrections, 1983 16 7 Target proof fragments, n.d. 16 8 Correspondence and contracts, 1980-1986, n.d. 16 9 Clippings and reviews, 1985, n.d. Historical Fictions (1990) 16 10 Dust jacket, ca. 1990 16 11 Clippings and reviews, 1990 A Home-made World (1975) 16 12 Notes, n.d. 16 13 Composite draft fragments, 1973-1974, n.d. 16 14-15 Incomplete typescript and mimeo copy drafts, n.d. 17 1 Galley proofs, n.d. 17 2 Dust jacket dummies, n.d. 17 3 Correspondence and contracts, 1973-1978 17 4 Clippings and reviews, 1975-1978 17 5 A Hundred Years of Joyce [unpublished] - typescript introduction and correspondence, 1977-1981 The Invisible Poet: T. S. Eliot (1959) 17 6 Research notes, n.d. 17 7 Early composite manuscript fragments, n.d. 17 8 Carbon copy typescript fragment, n.d. 17 9-10 Incomplete carbon copy typescript, n.d. 17 11 Dust jacket dummy, n.d. 17 12 Correspondence, 1954-1969, n.d. 18 1 Clippings and reviews, 1959-1960, n.d. 18 2 James Joyce: Critique in Progress [unpublished] - correspondence, 1950 Joyce's Voices (1978) 18 3 Photographs, n.d. 18 4 Jacket blurbs, n.d. 18 5 Correspondence, 1975-1981, n.d. 18 6 Clippings and reviews, 1978-1980 Mazes (1989) 18 7-8 Photocopy composite manuscript, 1988 18 9 Dust jacket, n.d. 18 10 Correspondence, 1989 18 11 Clippings and reviews, 1989 The Mechanic Muse (1987) 18 12 Typescript draft fragment and layout, 1986, n.d. 18 13 Correspondence, 1985-1986 18 14 Clippings and reviews, 1987 18 15 The Night World [unpublished] - holograph and typescript fragments, n.d. Paradox in Chesterton (1947) 18 16 Correspondence and contracts, 1947-1976 18 17 Clippings and reviews, 1947-1949 The Poetry of Ezra Pound (1951) 18 18 Typescript draft fragments, n.d. 18 19-20 Galley proofs, n.d. 19 1 Correspondence, 1948-1985, n.d. 19 2 Clippings and reviews, 1951-1986, n.d. The Pound Era (1971) 19 3 Research materials and notes, 1963, n.d. 19 4 Typescript and carbon draft fragments, n.d. 19 5 Editorial notes, n.d. 19 6-8 Mimeo typescript with corrections, n.d. 20 1 Mimeo typescript continued 20 2-6 Carbon typescript printer's copy, n.d. 21 1 Carbon typescript continued 21 2-3 Photographs and illustrations, n.d. 21 4 Galley proofs, n.d. 21 5-6 Page proofs, n.d. 22 1 Dust jackets, n.d. 22 2 Correspondence, 1960-1991, n.d. 22 3-4 Clippings and reviews, 1972-1980, n.d. A Reader's Guide to Samuel Beckett (1973) 22 5 Carbon typescript fragment with corrections, n.d. 22 6 Correspondence, 1969-1972 Rhyme [unpublished] 22 7 Notes and research materials, 1977-1980, n.d. 22 8 Composite draft fragments, n.d. 23 1-2 Draft fragments continued 23 3 Correspondence, 1975-1981, n.d. Seventeenth Century Poetry (1964) 23 4 Notes and carbon typescript draft fragments, n.d. 23 5 Correspondence and contracts, 1961-1987, n.d. Samuel Beckett: A Critical Study (1961) 23 6 Research notes, 1954-1963, n.d. 23 7-8 Composite draft fragments and notes, n.d. 24 1 Draft fragments continued 24 2 Composite draft with corrections, 1961 24 3 Carbon typescript with corrections, 1961 24 4 Galley proofs, 1961 24 5 Dust jackets, n.d. 24 6 Correspondence, 1958-1986, n.d. 24 7 Clippings and reviews, 1962-1983 24 8 German language clippings and reviews, 1964-1969 24 9 Scrunch Inc. [unpublished] - typescript fragments, n.d. A Sinking Island (1988) 24 10 Notes, 1986 24 11 Mimeo typescript fragment, 1986 24 12 Incomplete mimeo typescript, 1986 25 1-2 Incomplete typescript continued 25 3-6 Typescript draft with corrections, 1986 25 7 Page proof fragment, n.d. 25 8 Dust jacket dummies, n.d. 25 9 Correspondence, 1984-1988, n.d. 26 1 Clippings and reviews, 1988-1989 26 2 A Starchamber Quiry (1982), clippings, correspondence and typescript draft fragments, 1981-1982, n.d. The Stoic Comedians (1962) 26 3 Bouvard and Pecuchet: Comedians of the Enlightenment, Spectrum , 1961 26 4 Incomplete composite draft, n.d. 26 5 Carbon typescript printer's copy, n.d. 26 6 Illustrations, n.d. 26 7 Galley proofs, 1962 26 8 Correspondence, 1962-1983, n.d. 26 9 Clippings and reviews, 1963-1986 26 10 Studies in Change: A Book of the Short Story (1965), carbon typescript fragment, correspondence, contracts, and clippings, 1962-1964 T.S. Eliot: A Collection of Critical Essays (1962) 26 11 Notes and editorial recommendations, 1963, n.d. 26 12 Correspondence, 1960-1962 Ulysses (1980) 26 13 Notes and corrections, n.d. 26 14 Typescript draft fragments with corrections, n.d. 27 1 Typescript draft fragments continued 27 2-4 Typescript draft with corrections, n.d. 27 5-6 Mimeo typescript, n.d. 27 7 Mimeo typescript printer's copy, n.d. 28 1-2 Mimeo typescript continued 28 3 Page proofs, 1986 28 4 Dust jackets, n.d. 28 5 Correspondence and contracts, 1973-1987, n.d. 28 6 Clippings and reviews, 1981-1991, n.d. 28 7 The Vulgar Streak [not produced] - carbon typescript screen treatment, n.d. 28 8-10 Wyndham Lewis (1954) 28 8 Notes and page proof fragment, n.d. 28 9 Correspondence and contracts, 1950-1965 28 10 Clippings and reviews, 1954-1955, n.d. 28 11 Zukofsky's Eye [unpublished] - contract, 1979 B. Articles and Lectures, 1943-1993, n.d. 28 12 The Aesthetic of Delay, n.d. 28 The Aesthetic of James Joyce, n.d. 28 Affairs of the Heart, Art & Antiques , 1990 28 After the Two Eyed Men, National Review , 1962 28 Alex Comfort article, New York Times Magazine , 1974 28 The Amazing World of Mazes, Discover, 1986 , (manuscript titled Getting In and Out ) 28 Antics in Hartford, Art & Antiques , 1989 28 Antin, Cats & C., Vort , 1974 28 13 Apples, Planets, Dollars, National Review , 1961 28 Approaches to the Artist as a Young Language Teacher, 1975 28 Approaching Pascal, n.d. 28 Arabian Nights, Art & Antiques , 1985 28 Art: Illuminations of Time, Art & Antiques , 1986 28 Art in a Closed Field, The 26th Peters Rushton Seminar in Contemporary Prose and Poetry, typescript lecture, 1962 28 Art: Paintings of Mother: Variations on a Universal Theme, Architectural Digest , 1988 28 As the World Turns, Art & Antiques , 1986 28 At Home with St. Mug, New York Times Magazine , 1976 28 Automated Out?, National Review , 1959 28 Avian Dandies, Art & Antiques , 1990 29 1 Barbarous English, National Review , 1967 29 Basil Bunting: The Sound of Poetry, National Public Radio typescript, 1979 29 Beckett at 80, The Irish Times , 1986 29 The Beckett Landscape, Spectrum , 1958 29 Beckett, Samuel Encyclopedia America 29 Beckett: The Rational Domain, Forum , 1960 29 Beckett Translating Beckett: Comment C'est, n.d. 29 Beginners' Corner, 1978 29 Bellow: A Wry Laugh at High Moments, Baltimore Sun , 1976 29 Berlitz Days, Renascence , 1983 29 Bicycles for the Mind, Byte , 1991 29 The Big Picture, Byte, 1990 29 The Bigger They Are, Art & Antiques , 1984 29 Bill Wimsatt festschrift, 1971 29 Biography on the Ground Rules, National Review , 1959 29 2 Bloom's Chest, n.d. 29 Bloomsday 1979, National Public Radio typescript, 1979 29 Bloomsday in Trieste, Life , 1971 29 The Book as Book, Christianity and Culture , 1970 29 The Broken Mirrors and the Mirror of Memory, n.d. 29 Brooklyn's Braque, Art & Antiques , 1992 29 Bucky Fuller: An Overview, 1993 29 Bucky Fuller and the Final Exam, New York Times Magazine , 1975 29 Bucky Fuller at 80, n.d. 29 Budget Word Processing, Sextant , 1981 29 Buss , Heath Company Computers newsletter, contributions, 1982-1985 29 Buster Keaton: In Memoriam, National Review , 1966 29 3 Calcunuts, Wall Street Journal , 1981 29 Can Buckminster Fuller Save Us?, New York Times Book Review , 1972 29 The Cartesian Centaur, Perspective , 1959 29 Censorship essay, ca. 1959 29 Chambers' Music and Alger Hiss, The American Spectator , 1979 29 Chaplin Obit., n.d. 29 Charles Tomlinson, The Dictionary of Literary Biography , n.d. 29 Chesterton at 110, n.d. 29 4 Circe, James Joyce's Ulysses: Critical Essays , n.d. 29 The Circle and the Three Nines, n.d. 29 Cleansing the Temple, Art & Antiques , 1991 29 The Comfort Behind the Joy of Sex, New York Times Magazine , 1974 29 Communication, Information Attention, n.d. 29 Communications, Shenandoah, 1955 29 5 The Computerized Ulysses : Establishing the Text Joyce Intended, Harpers , 1980 29 Computers, Libraries, Scholars, Ex Libris , 1986 29 Con and Icon, Art & Antiques , 1989 29 Conrad and Ford: The Artistic Conscience, Shenandoah , 1952 29 Cribbed Out of Meredith, n.d. 29 The Critic and the Lagging Clock, n.d. 29 6 The Cubist Portrait, n.d. 29 Cut and Past, Art & Antiques , 1992 29 The Cybernetics of Art, 1975 29 Criticism, Encyclopaedia Britannica , 1958 30 1 D.P. 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The Field Day Anthology of Irish Writing. New York Times Book Review, 1982 37 DeVries, Peter. The Cat's Pyjamas and Witch's Milk, n.d. 37 Dewdney, A. K. 37 The Magic Machine. Byte , 1991 37 The Turning Omnibus: 61 Excursions in Computer Science. Byte , 1989 37 The Armchair Universe. Byte, 1988 37 Dijkstra, Bram, ed. A Recognizable Image. New York Times Book Review , 1979 37 Donald, David Herbert. Look Homeward: A Life of Thomas Wolfe. Times Literary Supplement , 1987 37 Donoghue, Denis. We Irish: Essays on Literature and Society. Washington Times , 1986 37 Drabble, Margaret, ed. The Oxford Companion to English Literature. The Washington Post , 1985 37 Dubos, Rene. A God Within. Life , 1972 37 Dunne, John Gregory. Harp. New York Times Book Review , 1989 37 7 Eckstein, Gustav. The Body Has a Head. Life, 1970 37 Edwards, John. A Preliminary Checklist of the Writings of Ezra Pound. Poetry , 1953 37 Eliot, T. S. 37 The Cocktail Party and The Confidential Clerk. Poetry , 1954 37 The Elder Statesman. Poetry , 1959 37 Notes toward the Definition of Culture, n.d. 37 On Poetry and Poets National Review, 1957 37 To Criticize the Critic: Eight Essays on Literature and Education. National Review , 1966 37 The Waste Land. New Republic , 1971 37 Ellmann, Richard, ed. 37 Giacomo Joyce. Book World , 1968 37 James Joyce: New and revised edition. Times Literary Supplement , 1982 37 The New Oxford Book of American Verse. New York Times Book Review , 1976 37 Oscar Wilde. Boston Sunday Globe , 1988 37 Ulysses on the Liffey, n.d. 37 Empson, William 37 Collected Spiders. Poetry , 1950 37 The Structure of Complex Words. Hudson Review , 1950 37 Epstein, Perle S. The Private Labyrinth of Malcolm Lowry: Under the Volcano and the Cabala and Lowry Malcolm. Lunar Caustic. New York Times Book Review , 1969 37 Everson, William 37 The Art of W. C. Fields. National Review , 1968 37 The Films of Laurel and Hardy. National Review , 1967 38 1 Faulkner, William 38 A Fable and Graves, Robert and Joseph Podro. The Nazarene Gospel Restored. Shenandoah , 1955 38 Vision in Spring. New York Times Book Review , 1984 38 Feigenbaum, Edward, et al. The Rise of the Expert Company. Byte , 1989 38 Fiedler, Lewis. Waiting for the End , n.d. 38 Finneran, Richard J., ed. The Collected Works of W. B. Yeats. Volume I: The Poems. New York Times Book Review , 1990 38 Fitch, Noel Riley. Sylvia Beach and the Lost Generation. Times Literary Supplement , 1984 38 Fitts, Dudley, trans. Aristophanes' Lysistrata , n.d. 38 Fitzgerald, Robert, trans. Homer's Iliad. National Review, 1975 38 Fjelde, Rolf. Washington: A Poem in Six Parts Poetry , 1955 38 Flesch, Rudolf. The ABC of Style: A Guide to Plain English. National Review , 1965 38 Ford, Boris. The Pelican Guide of English Literature, n.d. 38 Ford, Ford Madox. Parade's End. Time, 1950 and Hudson Review , 1951 38 Fox, William Price. Ruby Red . 1971 38 Friedhoff, Richard Mark and William Benzon. Visualization. Byte , 1990 38 Fruman, Norman. Coleridge: the Damaged Archangel. Los Angeles Times , 1972 38 2 Fry, Northrop. The Great Code. New York Times Book Review , 1982 38 Fuller, R. Buckminster. 38 Critical Path , 1981 38 Intuition. Life , 1972 38 Operating Manual for Spaceship Earth and McHale, John. The Future of the Future , n.d. 38 3 Gabler, Hans Walter, ed. Ulysses. Times Literary Supplement , 1984 and The Sunday Times , 1986 38 Gallup, Donald. A Bibliography of Ezra Pound. Bibliographic Society of America Book Reviews and Times Literary Supplement , 1984 38 Garnett, David. The Golden Echo. Shenandoah, 1954 38 Gelernter, David. Mirror Worlds. Byte , 1992 38 Getlein, Frank and Harold C. Gardiner. Movies, Morals and Art. National Review , 1961 38 Gidion, Siegfried. The Eternal Present, vol. II: The Beginnings of Architecture. National Review , 1965 38 Gifford, Don. The Farther Shore: A Natural History of Perception 1798-1984. Book World , 1990 38 Gilbert, Stuart, ed. Letters of James Joyce , n.d. 38 Gilder, George. Microcosm: The Quantum Revolution in Economics and Technology. Byte , 1990 38 Glasheen, Adeline. A Census of Finnegans Wake. Prairie Schooner , 1957 38 Glasser, Ronald. 365 Days. Life , 1971 38 Gleik, James. Chaos: Making a New Science. Byte , 1991 38 Goeranzon, Bo and Magnus Florin. Dialogue and Technology. Byte , 1991 38 Graves, Richard Perceval. Robert Graves: The Assault Heroic, 1895-1926. Washington Times Magazine , 1987 38 Gray, Thomas. Selected Letter. Poetry , 1954 38 Gregory, Horace. The House on Jefferson Street: A Cycle of Memories. Los Angeles Times Book Review , 1971 38 Groden, Michael, et al. The James Joyce Archive and James Joyce's Manuscript: An Index. New York Times Book Review , 1980 38 Gross, Milt. He Done Her Wrong. National Review , 1963 38 Gumpert, Gary. Talking Tombstones and Other Tales of the Media Age. Washington Times Magazine , 1987 38 4 Hadas, Pamela White. Marianne Moore: Poet of Affection. New York Times Book Review , 1977 38 Hamsun, Knut. Various works, Life , 1972 38 Hardison, O. B., Jr. Disappearing through the Skylight , 1967 38 Harrison, John R. The Reactionaries: Yeats, Lewis, Pound, Eliot, Lawrence. Triumph , 1967 38 Hart, Henry H. Poems of the Hundred Names. Poetry, 1955 38 Heaney, Seamus. Station Island. The Washington Post , 1985 38 Hellas without Helicon, various greek translations, n.d. 38 Herring, Phillip F., ed. Joyce's Ulysses in the British Museum , n.d. 38 Herrnstein-Smith, Barbara. Poetic Closure: A Study of How Poems End, n.d. 38 Heymann, C. David 38 Ezra Pound: The Last Rower. The Alternative: An American Spectator , 1977 38 End of Torment: A Memoir of Ezra Pound. Inquiry , 1979 38 Hermetic Definition. New York Times Book Review , 1972 38 Hoban, Russell. Riddley Walker. New York Magazine , 1981 38 Hodgart, Mathew, ed. A New Voyage to the Country of the Houyhnhnms by Lemuel Gulliver. Life , 1970 38 Hofstadter, Douglas R. Goedel, Escher, Bach: An Eternal Golden Braid. Quest, 1980 and The American Spectator, 1982 38 Hollander, John, ed. American Poetry: The Nineteenth Century, Times Literary Supplement , 1994 38 Honan, Park. Matthew Arnold: A Life, n.d. 38 Illich, Ivan and Barry Sander. ABC: The Alphabetization of the Popular Mind. St. Petersburg Times , 1988 38 5 Johnson, Louis, ed. New Zealand Poetry Yearbook. Poetry, 1955 38 Johnson, Paul. Enemies of Society. New York Times Book Review, 1977 38 Jones, David. The Anathemata: Fragments of an Attempted Writing. Poetry , 1954 38 Joyce, James. Ulysses: A Facsimile of the Manuscript. New York Times Book Review , 1976. 38 Joyce, Stanislaus. My Brother's Keeper, 1958. 38 Junk Food, various works, n.d. 38 Kanigel, Robert. The Man Who Knew Infinity: A Life of the Indian Genius Ramanujan. Byte , 1991 38 Kappraff, Jay. Connections: The Geometric Bridge between Art and Science. Byte , 1991 38 Kees, Weldon. Poems `47-'54. Shenandoah, 1955 38 Kermode, Frank 38 An Appetite for Poetry , 1990 38 Selected Prose of T. S. Eliot and The Classic: Literary Images of Permanence and Change. New York Times Book Review, 1975 38 King Kong, movie review. National Review , 1976 38 Knoll, Robert E., ed. McAlmon and the Lost Generation. National Review , 1962 38 Kostelanetz, Richard 38 The End of Intelligent Writing: Literary Politics in America. National Review , 1975 38 The Yale Gertrude Stein. New York Times Book Review, 1980 38 Kozinski, Jerzy. Steps, n.d. 38 6 Lancashire, Ian and Willard McCarty. The Humanities Computing Yearbook 1988. Byte , 1989 38 The Last Whole Earth Catalog and Domebook 2. New York Times Book Review, 1968 38 Laurel, Brenda, ed. The Art of Human-Computer Interface Design. Byte, 1990 38 Laurence, Dan H., ed. Bernard Shaw: Collected Letters. New York Times Book Review , 1985 38 Layton, Irving. A Laughter in the Mind. Poetry , 1959 38 Leavis, F. R. The Living Principle. National Review , 1960 38 Le Carre, John. The Spy Who Came in from the Cold. National Review, 1965 38 Le Clezio, J. M. G. The Flood. New York Times Book Review, 1968 38 Lehman, David. Sign of the Times: Deconstruction and the Fall of Paul de Man. Book World , 1991 38 Lehmann, John. I Am My Brother. National Review, 1960 38 Leonard, John. Crybaby of the Western World, n.d. 38 Levine, Lawrence. Highbrow/Lowbrow: The Emergence of Cultural Hierarchy in America, n.d. 38 Levy, Steven. Artificial Life: The Quest for a New Creation. Byte , 1992 38 Lewis, Wyndham 38 Self-Condemned. Nine , 1956 38 Wyndham Lewis on Art: Collected Writings 1913-56. National Review , 1970 38 Library of America Series. Harper's , 1982 38 Lidderdale, Jane and Mary Nicholson. Dear Miss Weaver: Harriet Shaw Weaver, 1876-1961. Book World, 1971 38 Lindberg-Seyersted, Brita, ed. The Story of a Literary Friendship: The Correspondence between Ezra Pound and Ford Maddox Ford and Their Writings about Each Other. New York Times Book Review, 1982 38 Littmann, Mark. Planets Beyond: Discovering the Outer Solar System. Byte , 1989 38 Lowe, Sue Davidson. Stieglitz: A Memoir/Biography. New York Times Book Review, 1983 38 Lowell, Robert. The Oresteia of Aeschylus. Inquiry, 1979 38 Loy, Mina. The Last Lunar Baedeker. New York Times Book Review, 1982 38 Lynes, Russell. The Art Makers of Nineteenth-Century America. Life , 1970 39 1 Mack, Maynard. Alexander Pope: A Life. Washington Times , 1986 39 Mailer, Norman. The Executioner's Song. National Review , 1980 39 Maitland, Sara. Ancestral Truths. New York Times Book Review, 1994 39 Mallon, Thomas. Stolen Words: Forays into the Origins and Ravages of Plagiarism. The American Spectator , 1990 39 Manes, Stephen and Paul Andrews. Gates. Byte , 1993 39 Mano, D. Keith. Take Five. National Review , 1982 39 Marian, Paul. William Carlos Williams: A New World Naked. Harper's, 1981 39 McAffe, John and Colin Hayes. Computer Viruses, Worms, Data Diddler, Killer Programs, etc. Byte , 1990 39 McGinely, Patrick. The Trick of the Ga Bolga, n.d. 39 McLuhan, Marshall with Wilfred Watson. From Cliche to Archetype, n.d. 39 Mead, Margaret. Blackberry Winter: My Earlier Years, n.d. 39 Medvedev, Zhored and Roy. A Question of Madness. Life , 1972 39 Mellow, James. Invented Lives. The Marriage of F. Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald. Philadelphia Inquirer , 1984 39 Memmi, Albert (Eleanor Levieux, trans.). The Scorpion of the Imaginary Confession. New York Times Book Review, 1971 39 Meyers, Jeffrey. Manic Power: Robert Lowell and His Circle. National Review , 1987 39 Miller, Donald L. Lewis Mumford: A Life. Washington Times , 1989 39 Miller, J. Hillis. Thomas Hardy: Distance and Desires. Nineteenth Century Fiction , 1971 39 Mitchell, William. The Reconfigured Eye: Visual Truth in the Post-Photographic Era. Byte , 1992 39 Mizener, Arthur. The Saddest Story: A Biography of Ford Madox Ford. National Review , 1971 39 Mokyr, Joel. The Lever of Riches: Technological Creativity and Economic Progress. Washington Times , 1990 39 Molesworth, Charles. Marianne Moore: A Literary Life. Boston Globe, 1990 39 Monod, Jacques. Chance and Necessity. Life , 1971 39 Montague, John, ed. Anthology of Irish Poetry. New York Times Book Review , 1977 39 Moore, James. Gurdjieff and Mansfield. New York Times Book Review , 1981 39 Moore, Marianne 39 Fables of La Fontaine. Poetry , 1954 39 Complete Poems and W. H. Auden. Collected Shorter Poems. National Review , 1967 39 A Marianne Moore Reader. Poetry, 1962 39 Morgan, Elaine. The Descent of Woman. Life , 1972 39 Morris, Desmond. Intimate Behavior. Life , 1972 39 Murdoch, Iris. The Fire and the Sun: Why Plato Banished the Artists. New York Times Book Review, n.d. 39 Murphy, William M. Prodigal Father: The Life of John Butler Yeats. Quest, 1978 39 2 Nabokov, Vladimir. Tyrants Destroyed. Saturday Review , 1975 39 Neimark, Paul. She Lives! Life , 1972 39 Nixon, Richard Milhous. The Poetry of Richard M. Nixon. National Review , 1974 39 Norman, Charles. Ezra Pound , 1960 39 The Norton Anthology of English Literature , n.d. 39 Nye, Robert, Doubtfire. New York Times Book Review, 1968 39 O'Fauláin, Seán. The Collected Stories of Seán O'Fauláin. Inquiry, 1984 39 Ong, Walter, J. Fighting for Life, n.d. 39 Oppen, George. Collected Poems. New York Times Book Review , 1975 39 The Oxford Anthology of English Literature and Norton Anthology of English Literature. New York Times Book Review, 1973 39 Oxford English Dictionary. New York Times Book Review, 1989 39 3 Paige, D. D., ed. The Letters of Ezra Pound, 1907-1941. The Kenyon Review , 1951 39 Passos, John Dos. Century's Ebb. National Review , 1975 39 Paulin, Tom. Fivemiletown. Times Literary Supplement, 1988 39 Penguins in Buskin, various greek translations, n.d. 39 Percy, Walker. The Message in a Bottle. National Review , 1975 39 Pickover, Clifford. Computers and the Imagination: Visual Adventures beyond the Edge. Byte , 1991 39 Pinsky, Robert. Sadness and Happiness. Los Angeles Times Book Review , 1976 39 Pirsig, Robert M. Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance. Time , 1974 39 Plath, Sylvia. Letter Home. National Review , 1976 39 Potts, Willard. Portraits of the Artist in Exile. New York Times Book Review, 1979 39 Pound Around, various works on Ezra Pound, 1981 39 Pound, Ezra 39 Confucius: The Great Digest and Unwobbling Pivot and Harold Watts. Ezra Pound and the Cantos. Poetry , 1952 39 The Pisan Cantos, n.d. 39 The Spirit of Romance and Guide to Kulchur. Poetry , 1953 39 Thrones: 96-101. National Review , 1960 39 4 Queisser, Hans. The Conquest of the Microchip. Byte , 1988 39 Rachewiltz, Mary de. Discretions. National Review , 1971 39 RACTOR software review, Byte , 1987 39 The Random House Encyclopedia. Harper's, 1977 39 Raymond, Eric, ed. The New Hacker's Dictionary. Byte , 1992 39 Read, Forrest. Pound/Joyce: The Letters of Ezra Pound to James Joyce, with Pound's Essays on Joyce. National Review , and Reck, Michael. Ezra Pound: A Close Up, 1968 39 Regis, Ed. Great Mambo Chicken and the Transhuman Condition. Byte, 1991 39 Renault, Mary. The King Must Die, New York Times Book Review , 1974 39 Robinson, Derek. Goshawk Squadron, n.d. 39 Robinson, Janice S. H.D.: The Life and Work of an American Poet, n.d. 39 Rosebury, Theodor. Life on Man. Life , 1960 39 Roth, Philip. The Professor of Desire. National Review , 1977 39 5 Sacks, Oliver. Seeing Voices: A Journey into the World of the Deaf. Boston Sunday Globe , 1989 39 Schafer, R. Murray. Ezra Pound and Music: The Complete Criticism. The Musical Quarterly , 1979 39 Schalkoff, Robert J. Artificial Intelligence: An Engineering Approach. Byte, 1990 39 Schirmer, Gregory A. The Poetry of Austin Clarke, n.d. 39 Sencourt, Robert. T. S. Eliot: A Memoir. New York Times Book Review, 1992 39 Sensibar, Judith. The Origins of Faulkner's Art. New York Times Book Review , 1994 39 Shapiro, Karl. Poems of a Jew. National Review , 1960 39 Shebl, James. In this Wild Water: The Suppressed Poems of Robinson Jeffers. National Review , 1977 39 Sheff, David. Game Over , n.d. 39 Siegel, Eli. James and the Children , n.d. 39 Simon, Claud. Histoire. New York Times Book Review , 1968 39 6 Simon, Herbert A. Models of My Life and Hafner, Katie and John Markoff. Cyberpunk. Byte , 1991 39 Simon, John. Paradigms Lost: Reflections on Literacy and its Decline. National Review , 1980 39 Simpson, J. A., ed. The Concise Oxford Dictionary of Proverbs. Harper's , 1983 39 Smullyan, Raymond. The Lady or the Tiger?, Alice in Puzzleland , and 5000 B.C. and Other Philosophical Fantasies. Harper's , 1983 39 Snodgrass, W. D. Six Troubadour Songs and The Führer Bunker , n.d. 39 Sobran, Joseph. Single Issues. National Review , 1983 39 Sorrentino, Gilbert 39 Mulligan Stew II. Harper's , 1979 39 Something Said. Book World , 1985 39 Speaight, Robert. The Life of Hilaire Belloc. Victorian Studies, 1957 39 Stern, Richard 39 The Books in Fred Hampton's Apartment. New York Times Book Review, 1973 39 Stitch. Chicago Review , 1966 39 Stewart, Ian. Does God Play Dice? The Mathematics of Chaos. Byte, 1989 39 Stock, Noel. The Life of Ezra Pound. New Republic , 1970 39 Stoll, Clifford. The Cuckoo's Egg: Tracking a Spy through the Maze of Computer Espionage. Byte , 1990 39 Sullivan, Kevin. Joyce among the Jesuits. The Canadian Forum , 1960 39 Sutherland, Donald. On Romanticism. Los Angeles Times , 1971 39 Symons, Julian. Makers of the New: The Revolution in Literature. Boston Sunday Globe , 1987 40 1 Tate, Allen. Collected Essays. National Review , 1960 40 Taubes, Susan. Divorcing , n.d. 40 Tomlinson, Charles 40 The Necklace , n.d. 40 Seeing Is Believing , n.d. 40 William Carlos Williams: Selected Poems , 1984 40 Trilling, Lionel. The Middle of the Journey. Los Angeles Times Book Review , 1976 40 Trueblood, Carol and Donna Fenn, eds. The Hazards of Walking, and other Memos from Your Bureaucrats. The American Spectator , 1983 40 Tufte, Edward R. Envisioning Information. Byte , 1992 40 Turnbull, Colin M. The Mountain People. New York Times Book Review , 1972 40 Turner, Alberta T. Fifty Contemporary Poets. New York Times Book Review , 1977 40 2 Waldrop, M. Mitchell. Complexity: The Emerging Science of Chaos. Byte, 1989 40 Walker, Lou Ann. A Loss for Words. New York Times Book Review, 1986 40 Warren, Robert Penn. Brother to Dragons. The Hudson Review , 1954 40 Warrick, Patricia S. The Cybernetic Imagination in Science Fiction. New York Times Book Review , 1980 40 Warshofsky, Fred. The Chip War. Byte , 1989 40 Watson, Lyall. The Omnivorous Ape. Life, 1971 40 Weesner, Theodore. The Car Thief Oates, Joyce Carol. Marriages and Infidelities Bunting, Josiah. The Lionheads Buechner, Frederick. Open Heart and Lessing, Doris. The Temptation of Jack Orkney and other Stories. Life , 1972 40 Weinstein, Allen. Perjury. The American Spectator , n.d. 40 Welleck, Rene. A History of Modern Criticism, vol. 5-6. Boston Sunday Globe , 1986 40 3 Whatstar software review, 1988 40 4 Whigham, Peter, trans. The Poems of Catullus , n.d. 40 Who's Who in America, 41st edition, 1980-81. New York Magazine , 1980 40 Wickes, George, ed. Durrell and Miller: A Private Correspondence , n.d. 40 Wilbur, Richard. New and Collected Poems. Whatever Spins Around, National Review , 1988 40 Wilhelm, J. J. The American Roots of Ezra Pound , n.d. 40 Williams, Aubrey. Pope's Dunciad, A Study of Its Meaning , n.d. 40 Williams, Robin. The PC Is Not a Typewriter. Byte , 1992 40 Williams, William Carlos 40 Paterson, Parts I-IV. Poetry , 1952 40 Paterson, Book Five and Heal, Edith. I Wanted to Write a Poem. 1959 40 Selected Essays. The Hudson Review , 1955 40 Wills, Gary. Roman Culture: Weapons and the Man. National Review, 1966 40 Wimsatt, W. K. Day of the Leopards. Times Literary Supplement , 1976 40 Wolfe, Thomas. The Purple Decades: A Reader. National Review, 1966 40 Wolff, Geoffrey. Black Sun: The Brief Transit and Violent Eclipse of Harry Crosby. Harper's , 1976 40 Wright, Charles. China Trace. New York Times Book Review, 1978 40 Wright, James. To a Blossoming Pear Tree, n.d. 40 Zinnes, Harriet, ed. Ezra Pound and the Visual Arts. Inquiry , 1981 40 Zukofsky, Louis 40 "A," 22 & 23. New York Times Book Review , 1976 40 All the Collected Short Poems, 1956-1964. n.d. D. Introductions, 1952-1994, n.d. 40 5 Applewhite, E.J. Cosmic Fishing , n.d. 40 Budgen, Frank. James Joyce and the Making of Ulysses , n.d. 40 Carter, Thomas H. 40 Ezra Pound: The Quality of Affection , n.d. 40 Introduction for unidentified work on William Carlos Williams, n.d. 40 A Catalog of English and American First Editions of "The Wasteland" by T. S. Eliot , 1971 40 Crane, Joan and Richard Noble. Guy Davenport: A Descriptive Bibliography, 1947-1995 , 1991-1994 40 Eastman, Barbara C. Ezra Pound's Cantos: The Story of the Text, 1948-1975 , 1979 40 Eliot, T. S. Murder in the Cathedral, sound recording, ca. 1968 40 Ezra Pound Reading His Translation of "Confucian Odes," sound recording, ca. 1970 40 Joyce, James 40 A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man , 1967 40 A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man , 1991 40 Lewis, Wyndham. Self Condemned , ca. 1965 40 6 Magid, Barry and Hugh Witemeyer. The Letters of William Carlos Williams and Charles Thomlinson , 1991 40 Michel, Walter. Wyndham Lewis , 1968-1972 40 Morrow, Bradford and Bernard Lafourcade. A Bibliography of the Writings of Wyndham Lewis , n.d. 40 7 Nelson, Lowry, Jr., ed. Thirty-Three Sonnets of Guido Cavalcanti, Translated by Ezra Pound , 1991 40 O'Brien, Joseph V. Dear Dirty Dublin: A City in Distress, 1899-1916 , 1980 40 Santa Barbara Museum of Art. Percy Wyndham Lewis: Paintings, Drawings, Prints, exhibit catalog, 1957 40 Schleifer, Ronald, ed. The Genres of Irish Literary Revival , 1978, n.d. 40 Selected Poems, Desmond Egan , ca. 1992 40 Selected Poems of Irving Layton , ca. 1977 40 The Translations of Ezra Pound , 1952-1954 40 Williams, Jonathan. Portrait Photographs , 1978-1981 40 Unidentified [re: Zukofsky], n.d. Series II. Correspondence, 1946-1993, n.d.

Correspondence is divided into two subseries: Incoming and Outgoing, with Incoming correspondence further divided into Personal, General, and E-mail. The majority of the Personal correspondence comes from Kenner's colleagues or close acquaintances and documents literary activities and projects. Included in this section is correspondence from such notable figures as Samuel Beckett, T. S. Elliot, Buckminster Fuller, Ezra Pound, Charles Tomlinson, William Carlos Williams, and Louis Zukofsky. Some of these individual's letters include third party correspondence between themselves and someone other than Kenner. Other third party correspondence, mostly photocopied, is located under the individual's name in the Subject Files series.

General correspondence contains routine requests and comments from fans and students, and business letters regarding Kenner's publications and travels. There is some overlap with the Personal correspondence, particularly with individuals whose correspondence covers several years and who became more closely connected to Kenner or his work over time. There is also some overlap with the Works files, with letters from publishers and from fans.

E-mail correspondence consists of printout correspondence mostly from colleagues and students at academic institutions and includes discussions from computer and literary online lists.

The small amount of Outgoing correspondence (two folders) mirrors the Incoming Personal and General correspondence, although there are no outgoing letters to the above notable figures. The files contain mostly carbons and photocopies of the original letters.

Both incoming and outgoing correspondence is arranged alphabetically. Additional correspondence is located throughout Kenner's papers and an Index of Correspondents is provided. The index lists all incoming letters to Kenner and select third party correspondence from well-known writers such as Beckett and Pound.

A. Incoming, 1946-1993, n.d. Personal, 1946-1993, n.d. 41 1 Abbott - Ayrton, 1956-1993, n.d. 41 2 Barr - Beckett, 1958-1990, n.d. 41 3 Bedford - Bruns, 1954-1992, n.d. 41 4-5 Buckley, Christopher and William F. Jr., 1961-1993, n.d 41 6 Budgeon - Carne-Ross, 1960-1990, n.d. 42 1 Carter, Kathleen, Rosalyn, and Tom, 1952-1979, n.d. 42 2 Cartier-Bresson - Dalsimer, 1946-1993, n.d. 42 3-5 Davenport, Guy, 1958-1993, n.d. 43 1 Davenport continued 43 2 Davie - Donoghue, 1951-1992, n.d. 43 3 Driver - Eichman, 1947-1990 43 4-5 Eliot, T. S. amd Valeie, 1949-1983, n.d. 43 6 Ellison - Fisher, 1953-1991, n.d. 44 1 Fitzgerald - Frye, 1952-1993, n.d. 44 2 Fuller, Buckminster, 1969-1982 44 3 Gabler - Gifford, 1968-1990, n.d. 44 4 Glasheen, Adaline, 1953-1983 44 5 Goacher - Gugelburger, 1954-1993, n.d. 44 6 Hall - Horton, 1956-1994, n.d. 45 1 Howard - Kappell, 1959-1993, n.d. 45 2 Kasper - Lauffer, 1951-1989, n.d. 45 3-4 Laughlin, Ann and James, 1949-1991, n.d. 45 5 Leary - Levine, 1946-1985, n.d. 45 6 Lewis, Anne Wyndham and Wyndham, 1949-1964, n.d. 46 1 Lipking - McHugh, 1950-1992, n.d. 46 2 McLuhan - Meacham, 1947-1986, n.d. 46 3 Mead - Montiegel, 1951-1991 46 4 Mood - Moore, 1954-1989 46 5 Morawetz - O'Hehir, 1958-1986, n.d. 47 1 Olsen - Poirier, 1951-1993, n.d. 47 2 Pound, Dorothy, 1948-1972 47 3-6 Pound, Ezra, 1948-1959, n.d. 48 1 Pound, Ezra, 1948-1959, n.d. 48 2 Pound, Omar - Regnery, 1950-1992, n.d. 48 3-4 Reid, John and Peggy, 1950-1984, n.d. 48 5 Reilly - Shapiro, 1949-1991, n.d. 49 1 Siegel, Eli, and Fred, 1955-1989, n.d. 49 2 Sipper - Stiekle, 1950-1993, n.d. 49 3 Stock - Taylor, 1953-1993, n.d. 49 4 Terrell - Tierney, 1956-1992, n.d. 49 5 Tomlinson, Charles, 1956-1992, n.d. 50 1 Trilling - Wilhelm, 1951-1990, n.d. 50 2 Williams, Florence, Jonathan, and William Carlos, 1952-1993 50 3 Wills - Zimmerman, 1947-1992, n.d. 50 4-5 Zukofsky, Celia and Louis, 1960-1979 50 6 Unidentified, 1981 General, 1947-1993, n.d. 51 1 A, 1947-1990, n.d. 51 2 B, 1962-1992, n.d. 51 3 C, 1951-1992, n.d. 51 4 D, 1960-1990, n.d. 51 5 E-F, 1951-1992, n.d. 51 6 G, 1973-1990, n.d. 52 1 H, 1949-1992, n.d. 52 2 I-J, 1964-1990, n.d. 52 3 K, 1955-1990, n.d. 52 4 L, 1966-1992, n.d. 52 5 M, 1950-1990, n.d. 53 1 N-Q, 1951-1993, n.d. 53 2 R, 1963-1991, n.d. 53 3 S, 1951-1991, n.d. 53 4 T-V, 1962-1991, n.d. 53 5 W, 1951-1992, n.d. 53 6 X-Z, 1953-1992, n.d. 53 7 Unidentified, 1953-1992, n.d. 54 1 E-mail, 1984-1993 B. Outgoing, 1946-1991, n.d. 54 2 A-K, 1946-1991, n.d. 54 3 L-Z, 1946-1991, n.d. Series III. Subject Files, 1916-1994, n.d.

Subject Files contain the most varied materials, both in format and content. Kenner's interests in mathematics, computers, art, literature, and education are all well represented and often files in one area of interest overlap with another. One example is "Frqwrd," a computer program written by Kenner that could read a text file and make an alphabetical list indicating the frequency of each word's occurrence. Kenner used the program to create a printout of vocabulary usage by James Joyce in Ulysses . Although it is Joyce related, the printout is located under the "Computer Printout" heading, not under the "Joyce" heading. Overlap also occurs due to the interrelationship of many of the individuals studied by Kenner. For example, Pound materials can be found under the T. S. Eliot heading and vice-versa.

The bulk of the subject files consist of single files containing offprints and photocopies of reviews, papers, journal articles, and book chapters sent to Kenner by colleagues and students. Many of these works contain a short note or letter to Kenner about the work, sometimes asking for his comment. The files are arranged alphabetically by the author of the work and are interfiled with subject files on various topics and individuals.

The topical files include headings such as "Haiku," "Irish," "Clippings," "Conferences and Seminars," and "Yale." Included in these files are notes, brochures, memorabilia, and other general material. "Clippings" include general clippings on various topics as well as interviews with and articles about Kenner. The "Conferences and Seminars" files document meetings on general literary topics. Conference material on specific individuals such as Beckett, Joyce, or Pound are located under the heading for that individual. The "Yale" files include notes and papers from Kenner's graduate studies, and a carbon typescript of his 1950 dissertation The Poetry of Ezra Pound .

The topical subject files do not contain the same depth of material that is found in the subject files on specific individuals, such as Samuel Beckett, Basil Bunting, Guy Davenport, T. S. Eliot, Buckminster Fuller, James Joyce, Wyndham Lewis, Ezra Pound, William Carlos Williams, and Louis Zukofsky. These files contain copies of works by and about the individuals, Kenner's research materials, clippings, and copies of correspondence.

James Joyce files make up the largest grouping in the series and consist primarily of copies of Finnegans Wake fragments, clippings on the Hans Walter Gabler edition of Ulysses , and articles about Joyce and his works. Despite the greater volume, the Joyce files lack the depth and variety found in files on other modernist writers that Kenner actually knew and interacted with, such as Beckett, Eliot, Pound, and William Carlos Williams.

The second largest grouping of materials documents Buckminster Fuller, who like Kenner pursued a great variety of interests throughout his life. The Fuller files contain works by and about Fuller, copies of Fuller patents, clippings and brochures regarding geodesic structures, and numerous files and notes on mathematic models and principles. Much of this was likely used as background material for Kenner's books on Buckminster Fuller and geodesic math, and like many of the subject files complements files found in the Works series.

Most of the files on specific individuals contain little if any original material created by the individual. Exceptions are a typed 1959 manuscript for Measure with William Carlos Williams' hand written notes and signature typescript fragments for Mercier et Camier and a mimeo typescript for Film both with Samuel Beckett's hand written notes and corrections and Congressional Records on Ezra Pound's war broadcast with Pound's notations, and several pages on ideograms and Confucian odes with hand written notes by Pound. In addition, the Davenport file contains 30 original pen and ink drawings by Davenport, some including correspondence to Kenner.

Other than the Davenport file, the subject files on famous individuals contain no original correspondence. The letters in the files are generally photocopies or transcriptions made by Kenner or others. Original correspondence between Kenner and these individuals is located in the Correspondence series.


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