Scope and Contents
The collection consists of materials by or relating to American author and businesswoman Tereze Glück, including correspondence, writings, and personal papers. Among the correspondents are her immediate family, friends, and colleagues, including her sister Louise Glück and journalist Michael Curtis. Writings consist of notes and drafts of Glück's short stories, poetry, articles, and other works, including materials relating to May You Live in Interesting Times, as well as notebooks. Personal papers contain materials such as Glück's diary and high school yearbook, photographs, newspaper clippings, and ephemera.
- circa 1946-2018
- Glück, Tereze, 1945-2018 (Author)
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This collection is open for research.
Conditions Governing Use
The Tereze Glück Papers is the physical property of the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Yale University. Literary rights, including copyright, belong to the authors or their legal heirs and assigns. For further information, consult the appropriate curator.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Gift of Abigail Savage, 2019.
Organized into three series: I. Correspondence, 1955-2014. II. Writings, 1963-2018, undated. III. Personal Papers, 1946-2018, undated.
6.55 Linear Feet (12 boxes)
Language of Materials
The collection consists of materials by or relating to American author and businesswoman Tereze Glück, including correspondence, writings, and personal papers.
Tereze Glück (1945-2018)
Tereze Glück was born on October 20, 1945 in Woodmere, Long Island, New York. She graduated from Vassar College and worked as Vice President of Citibank for over thirty years. Her collection of short stories May You Live in Interesting Times won the Iowa Short Fiction Award in 1994. She was also a frequent contributor to the New York Times Opinion section and various magazines and journals, including North American Review, Antioch Review, Gettysburg Review, Fiction, Epoch, and Story.
Glück was the younger sister of Louise Glück, a former U.S. Poet Laureate, Yale Rosenkranz Writer-in-Residence, and winner of the 2020 Nobel Prize in Literature. Glück's daughter is actor Abigail Savage. Gluck died on December 16, 2018 in New York City
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- American literature -- 20th century
- American literature -- 21st century
- American poetry -- 20th Century
- American poetry -- 21st century
- Authors -- United States -- 21st century
- Authors, American -- 20th century -- Archives
- Authors, American -- 21st century -- Archives
- Curtis, Michael Howard
- Glück, Louise, 1943-
- Glück, Tereze, 1945-2018
- Poets -- United States -- 20th century
- Poets -- United States -- 21st century
- Short stories
- Women authors, American -- 20th century
- Women authors, American -- 21st century
- Women poets, American -- 20th Century
- Women poets, American -- 21st century
- Guide to the Tereze Glück Papers
- by Annalise Hennessey
- January 2023
- Description rules
- Describing Archives: A Content Standard
- Language of description note
- Finding aid written in English.
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