Wilson, Edmund, 1895-1972
- Existence: 1895-05-08 - 1972-06-12
Edmund Wilson (1895-1972), American writer and critic who explored Freudian and Marxist themes.
Found in 45 Collections and/or Records:
Typed transcript of the novel by Swinburne, prepared by Cecil Y. Lang, with holograph corrections by Wilson.
ANS written on a clipping, with envelope.
Date from postmark.
ALS from Wilson declining to give a lecture, and TL carbon from Haight and TLS reply from Wilson concerning Wilson's Patriotic Gore.
51 letters, some with envelopes, including ALS and TLS from Wilson to Nomad, and holograph drafts and TL carbons from Nomad to Wilson, with additional notes by Nomad. Letters concern books by Nomad, including Aspects of Revolt, Apostles of Revolution, and Dreamers, Dynamiters, and Demagogues: Reminiscences.
ALS, with envelope, about American Indians.
ALS discussing his writings on Jewish history and literature.
Autograph letter, signed, discussing Catholicism and the devil, Wilson's new unpublished Faustian play, and Punch and Judy figures. Accompanied by a clipping from The New Yorker (May 8, 1995) of Elizabeth Hardwick's review of Jeffrey Meyers's biography of Wilson.
ALS concerning publication of Lewis's poetry.
TLS, with envelope, about Wilson's views on Gertrude Stein.
TLS discussing an article about American economics by Monsieur Morand.
Brief TLS to Targ, World Publishing Company, concerning reprinting of Wilson's essay, "Hemingway: Gauge of Morale."
ALS discussing a letter of Edith Wharton in the papers of F. Scott Fitzgerald.