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Composition (Language arts) -- Study and teaching

Subject Source: Local sources

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Composition book, 1821

 Item — 3: Series 2, Folder: 23
Call Number: MSS 6, Series II
Scope and Contents: Contains compositions, in pen and black ink, by Henry Pease. Includes some instructor comments in red ink. Henry’s compositions range in theme from English and world history, to ethics, to favorite hobbies and sports. Particularly notable are an essay “On the Pleasures of the Approaching Vacation,” a piece debating warfare, and another about winter sports, which for Henry included snowballing, “sliding” (sledding), and skating.
Dates: 1821

Anselm Hollo papers

Call Number: GEN MSS 1701
Overview: The Anselm Hollo Papers contains correspondence, subject files, writings, teaching files, personal and professional papers, artwork, printed materials, computer media, and audiovisual media by or relating to Anselm Hollo. Notable correspondents include John Ashbery, Amiri Baraka (LeRoi Jones), Ted Berrigan, Allen Ginsberg, Robert Grenier, Langston Hughes, Gerrit Lansing, Ron Padgett, and John Taggart. Writings contain Hollo's translations of works by Ginsberg, Pentti Saarikoski, Dylan Thomas,...
Dates: circa 1907-2013, circa 1907-2013

Juvenile Compositions, 1843-1846

 Item — 3: Series 2, Folder: 25
Call Number: MSS 6, Series II
Scope and Contents: This schoolbook is the joint project of four Pease sisters: Emma, Jane, Rachel, and Elizabeth. It contains various essays on topics such as who the best king of England was, and about the different seasons. All writing is in pen and black ink; a couple graphite sketches accompany one or two essays. Within the schoolbook, there are some creative compositions, including poems and “A Letter supposed to be written by the page of an English nobleman during the crusades to his sister at home, Ascalon...
Dates: 1843-1846

Phillip Lopate papers

Call Number: YCAL MSS 1083
Overview: The Phillip Lopate papers consists of correspondence, writings, personal papers, teaching files, printed materials, and audiovisual and computer media documenting Lopate's career as a writer, critic, and university instructor. Materials date from circa 1951 to 2015.
Dates: circa 1951-2015