Jackson, Laura (Riding), 1901-1991
- Existence: 1901-01-16 - 1991-09-02
Laura Jackson was an American poet, critic, novelist, essayist and short story writer.
Found in 673 Collections and/or Records:
"...but I have only to relate my receipt yesterday of four issues of the Fugitive, including the first of 1924 which contains your first contributions to that magazine, which surely must be among your first published poems, and the first of 1925 that lists you among The Fugitives."
"...I thank you for accepting the suggestion by Mrs. Jackson that I write an article on the Seizin Press."
"I have not been able to think through a plan for proceeding on the Seizin article, but let us not get caught in a definite deadline, while still pressing ahead with good earnest."
"The purpose of this letter is to set forth as fully as I can my proposal for the article on the Seizin Press, with a suggestion as to how you would contribute to the article, with some estimate of time scheme. Secondly, I want to clear my files of notes to you I have piled up during your last three letters."
"Now, for the Cave and Ford material, can we proceed along these lines. Since Cave's book is due so soon from Fabers, they are the publisher's of Ellmann's and my Critical Writings of James Joyce. We both were together with Peter du Sautoy, the partner we deal with, at the 3rd International Joane Joyce Symposium in Trieste in June..."
"You will find an article by on Robert Graves in the first number of the Long Island Book Collectors Journal, published in 1969, a trivial one and my only such effort to date. The idea for the newsletter began in July 1969, when I requested authorization from our President to issue one."
Correspondence and manuscripts of the American poet. Handwritten and carbon copy typescripts.
"I have just bought a volume of Pindar that seems to have belonged to you. I enclose Xerox copies of some parts of the book."
"You may be interested to know that the remarkable copy of Chills and Fever, whose inscription is enclosed, scraped, and banged on all four corners, has finally come to rest and loving care in my collection. It must have been claimed by Graves before late 1929..."
"Michael Kirkham gave a fine, pioneering paper on Graves' use of your writings in a seminar at the annual meeting of the Modern Library Association..."
"Regarding one point in your letter of 29 February, our Library would be eager to be informed of potential acquisition of your materials, if you will write about them when available."
- Archival Object 669
- Collection 4
- Authors, American -- 20th century 2
- Authors, American -- Correspondence -- 20th century 1
- Authors, American -- France -- Paris -- 20th century 1
- Authors, English -- 20th century 1
- Authors, English -- 20th century -- Correspondence 1
- Classicists -- Great Britain. 1
- Novelists, American -- 20th century. 1
- Novelists, English -- 20th century. 1
- Poets, American -- 20th century. 1
- Poets, British -- 20th century. 1
- Spain -- History -- Civil War, 1936-1939. 1
- Special Collections -- Manuscripts -- Ford, Hugh. 1
- Special Collections -- Manuscripts -- Graves, Robert. 1
- Special Collections -- Manuscripts -- Jackson, Laura R. 1
- Times Literary Supplement (London, England) 1 ∧ less