"Four Lectures and Classes. General Subject, Narrative or How is Anything Told", n.d.
Scope and Contents
Some pages written on verso of "Quotations from 'The Gradual Making of the Making of Americans," typescript mimeograph.
Inscribed: "For Diana and Bertie because we have had such a good time all of us together, Gtde."
Title on spine: "Four Lectures from America."
Conditions Governing Access
Language of Materials
From the Collection: English
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