Laurence, Dan H.
- Existence: 1920 - 2008
Dan H. Laurence (1920-2008), American scholar, editor, and bibliographer. Born Daniel Hyman Goldstein on March 28, 1920, he later changed his surname to Laurence. Laurence obtained a bachelor’s degree from Hofstra University (1946) and a master’s degree from New York University (1950). He served as a faculty member in the English department at New York University from 1962 to 1970. Laurence largely dedicated his career to studying George Bernard Shaw, working as the editor of Shaw’s letters and as the literary adviser to the estate. He died on February 5, 2008.
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The Dan H. Laurence Collection of Henry James is comprised of material compiled by Dan H. Laurence for his A Bibliography of Henry James, including correspondence, notes, and collation sheets. Laurence published A Bibliography of Henry James (London: R. Hart-Davis, 1957) in collaboration with Leon Edel.