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Richard Stang Papers

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Title: Richard Stang Papers, 1911-2001Add to your cart.

Predominant Dates:1911-2001

ID: MS/MS/ms138

Primary Creator: Stang, Richard, 1925-

Extent: 15.0 Boxes

Languages: English

Scope and Contents of the Materials

The Richard Stang Papers consists of correspondence, manuscripts, research material toward Ford Madox Ford books by Richard Stang and Sondra Stang.

Collection Historical Note

Richard Stang (July 3, 1925 – December 14, 2011) was an American literary critic, author, scholar, and professor. Born in Brooklyn, New York, Stang served as a rifleman in the 104th Infantry of the U.S. Army during World War II (1943–45). By 1948, he had earned a bachelor’s degree in chemistry and biology from Columbia College in New York, then completed a master’s degree in romantic literature at Columbia University in 1949. In 1958, he was awarded the Ph.D. in Victorian literature from Columbia University. Stang was an instructor at the University of Washington (1953–54), a lecturer at the City College of New York (1954–58) and an assistant professor at Carleton College (1958–1961) before joining the faculty of the Department of English at Washington University in St. Louis. He served there as associate professor, professor, and professor emeritus for more than 35 years.

Stang’s first book, Theory of the Novel in England 1850-1870 (1959) was a close look at British fiction in the critical mid-century decades when novelists themselves, along with some critics, were for the first time mounting a defense of the novel as a genre and of the role of the novelist as a sacred office. Other studies by Richard Stang include Discussions of George Eliot, (1960; republished in 2011) a collection of 16 essays by 13 critics which provides a complete history of the critical reception of Eliot’s novels, and Ford Madox Ford: Critical Essays co-edited by Stang and Max Saunders (2002), which assembles more than 70 previously uncollected Ford. Important articles by Stang include “The Literary Criticism of George Eliot” in PMLA (1957); “The False Dawn: A Study of the Opening of William Wordsworth’s The Prelude" in ELH (1966); and “Little Dorrit: A World in Reverse” in Dickens the Craftsman, edited by Robert B. Partlow, Jr. (1970).

In 1969-70, he was a special tutor in Victorian Studies at Cambridge University. He was a Fulbright Fellow (1978–79), served on the editorial board of Dickens Studies Annual, and was a reader for PMLA and Nineteenth Century Fiction.

Administrative Information

Repository: MS Manuscripts

Access Restrictions: Open

Use Restrictions:

Users of the collection must read and agree to abide by the rules and procedures set forth in the Materials Use Policies.

Providing access to materials does not constitute permission to publish or otherwise authorize use. All publication not covered by fair use or other exceptions is restricted to those who have permission of the copyright holder, which may or may not be Washington University.

If you wish to publish or license Special Collections materials, please contact Special Collections to inquire about copyright status at (314) 935-5495 or spec@wumail.wustl.edu. (Publish means quotation in whole or in part in seminar or term papers, theses or dissertations, journal articles, monographs, books, digital forms, photographs, images, dramatic presentations, transcriptions, or any other form prepared for a limited or general public.)

Acquisition Source: Gift of Richard Stang

Acquisition Method: Accession number 23916

Preferred Citation: Name of the Collection, Washington University Libraries, Department of Special Collections


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Series 2: Works By OthersAdd to your cart.
Box 6Add to your cart.
Folder 83-108: Ford, Ford MadoxAdd to your cart.
Folder 83: Adeline and OscarAdd to your cart.
Typescript (photocopy), 18 pages
Folder 84: Algernon Charles SwinburneAdd to your cart.

Typescript (photocopy), 2 pages

From The English Review, May 1909.

Folder 85: All Else is FollyAdd to your cart.

Typescript (photocopy), 6 pages

A note by way of preface by Ford.

Folder 86: Cambridge on the CaboodleAdd to your cart.

Typescript, Typescript (photocopy), 6 pages

From The Saturday Review of Literature, Volume IV, Number 21, 1927: December 17

Folder 87: The Cantos of Ezra PoundAdd to your cart.

Typescript (photocopy), 7 pages

Editor's note by Ford

Folder 88: The Case of James LurganAdd to your cart.
From The Bystander, 1911: December 6
Folder 89: Catalogue of an Exhibition of Collected Works by Ford Madox BrownAdd to your cart.

Typescript (photocopy), 8 pages

Preface by Ford.

Folder 90: The Characters of Spoon RiverAdd to your cart.
From The Outlook, 1915: August 7
Folder 91: Citizen or Subject: Why I Shall Never Become an American CitizenAdd to your cart.
Typescript (photocopy), 3 pages
Folder 92: The Collected Poems of Christina RossettiAdd to your cart.
Typescript (photocopy), 13 pages
Folder 93: The Condition of EnglandAdd to your cart.
Typescript (photocopy), 3 pages
Folder 94: Creative History and the Historic SenseAdd to your cart.
Typescript (photocopy), 12 pages
Folder 95: Critical Attitude: Applied to the Affairs of the World in GeneralAdd to your cart.

Typescript (photocopy), 53 pages

Series written for The Bystander Includes "The Bystander" and the Critical Attitude, 1911: November 8; Critical Attitude: Applied to the Affairs of the World in General, 1911: November 15; A Tory Plea for Home Rule, 1911:November 22; A Tory Plea for Home Rule: Second Article, 1911: November 29; The True State of German Popular Sentiment, 1911: December 13; Has Dancing a Moral Purpose?, 1911: December 20; The Music-Halls of Europe: England's Easy Lead, 1911: December 27; Good-Bye, Censor: The Public Indifference, 1912: January 3; Pan and the Pantomime, 1912: January 10; Saving the Cabinet's Face: The Spurious Suffrage Split, 1912: January 17; Church, State, and Divorce, 1912: January 24; England - The Home of Dyspepsia, 1912: January 31; The Game and Play of Golf, 1912: February 7; In Defense of the Looker-On, 1912: February 14; And How Conservatives Are Letting It Go, 1912: February 28; Mr. Galsworthy and the Problem of Poverty, 1912: March 6.

Folder 96: Declined With ThanksAdd to your cart.

Typescript, Typescript (photocopy), 7 pages

From New York Herald Tribune, 1928: June 24

Folder 97: A Distinguished First NovelAdd to your cart.

Typescript (photocopy), 2 pages

From The Bookman, September 1928

Folder 98: Dodsworth by Sinclair LewisAdd to your cart.
Typescript (photocopy), 2 pages
Folder 99: The Due Use of SpicesAdd to your cart.
Typescript, 10 pages
Folder 100: The Easy GodsAdd to your cart.
From The Outlook, 1915: July 3
Folder 101: Elizabeth Madox RobertsAdd to your cart.
Typescript (photocopy), 3 pages
Folder 102: EmmaAdd to your cart.

Typescript, Typescript (photocopy), 8 pages

From New York Herald Tribune, 1928: June 10

Folder 103: The English Review Book of Short StoriesAdd to your cart.
Typescript (photocopy), 10 pages
Folder 104: The Evolution of a LyricAdd to your cart.

Typescript (photocopy), 3 pages

From The Outlook, 1899: April 22

Farewell to Arms: Typescript, 1 page

Introduction by Ford. Filed in Series III. Miscellaneous Ford Madox Ford, Ford Madox Ford Exhibition.

Folder 105: The Fate of the Semiclassic: The Sad State of PublishingAdd to your cart.

Typescript (photocopy), 8 pages

From The Forum, Volume XCVIII, September 1937

Folder 106: The Flame in StoneAdd to your cart.

Typescript (photocopy), 2 pages

From Poetry: A Magazine of Verse, June 1937

Folder 107: Four in the Morning CookeryAdd to your cart.

Typescript, 4 pages

From Harper's Bazaar, October 1938

Folder 108: France, 1915 (continued)Add to your cart.

Typescript (photocopy), 2 pages

From The Outlook, 1915: June 19

Box 7Add to your cart.
Folder 109-121: Ford, Ford MadoxAdd to your cart.
Folder 109: From China to PeruAdd to your cart.

Typescript (photocopy), 2 pages.

From The Outlook, 1915: June 19.

Folder 110: GalsworthyAdd to your cart.

Typescript (photocopy), 12 pages

From The American Mercury, Volume 37, April 1936

Folder 111: George Meredith, O.M.Add to your cart.

From The English Review, June 1909

The Good Soldier: Typescript (photocopy), 1 page

Translation into French by Ford. Filed in Series III. Miscellaneous Ford Madox Ford, Ford Madox Ford Exhibition.

Folder 112: The GovernessAdd to your cart.

Typescript (photocopy), 8 pages

Preface by Ford.

Folder 113: Half Pixie and Half BirdAdd to your cart.

Typescript (photocopy), 1 page

From New York Herald Tribune Books, 1927: February 27.

Folder 114: Hands Off the ArtsAdd to your cart.

Typescript, Typescript (photocopy), 14 pages

From The American Mercury, April 1935

Folder 115: A Haughty and Proud GenerationAdd to your cart.

Typescript (carbon), Typescript (photocopy), 52 pages

From Yale Review, July 1922

Folder 116: A Haughty of English ProsodyAdd to your cart.

Typescript (photocopy), 3 pages

From The English Review, July 1922

Folder 117: A History of Our Own TimeAdd to your cart.
Typescript, Typescript (photocopy), 259 pages
Folder 118: Honoria Mary LalageAdd to your cart.
Typescript (photocopy), 52 pages
Folder 119: Joseph ConradAdd to your cart.

Typescript (photocopy), 16 pages

From The English Review, December 1911

Folder 120: A JubileeAdd to your cart.

Typescript, 3 pages

From The Outlook, 1915: July 10

Folder 121: Katharine Howard: A PlayAdd to your cart.
Typescript (photocopy), 81 pages
Box 8Add to your cart.
Folder 122-132: Ford, Ford MadoxAdd to your cart.
Folder 122: Last Nickels: A Short StoryAdd to your cart.
Typescript, 25 pages; Typescript (photocopy), 15 pages
Folder 123: Last Words About Edward VIIIAdd to your cart.
Typescript (photocopy), 29 pages
Folder 124: Lecture Delivered at University College LondonAdd to your cart.
Autograph and typescript, 62 pages
Folder 125: Lecture Delivered in 1925Add to your cart.
Typescript (photocopy), 21 pages
Folder 126: The Left Bank & Other StoriesAdd to your cart.

Typescript (photocopy), 36 pages

Preface by Ford

Letters to the Editor: James Joyce and the English Language Typescript (photocopy), 1 page

From the Saturday Review of Literature, 1939: June 3

Filed with Series II. Manuscripts; Stang, Richard; Critical Essays / Ford Madox Ford.

Folder 127: The Life and Strange Surprising Adventures of Robinson Crusoe of York, Mariner by Daniel DefoeAdd to your cart.

Typescript (photocopy), 24 pages

Introduction by Ford

Folder 128: The Life and Times of Henry VIIIAdd to your cart.

Typescript (photocopy), 33 pages

Synopsis and chapter one of book

Folder 129: Literary CauseriesAdd to your cart.

Typescript (photocopy), 4 pages

From The Academy, 1905: September 23

Folder 130: Literary CauseriesAdd to your cart.

Typescript (photocopy), 15 pages

Series written for the Chicago Tribune Sunday Magazine. Includes The Younger American Writers, 1924: February 17; Vill Loomyare, 1924: February 24; -And the French, 1924: March 2; Revivlas and Revivalists, 1924: March 16; So She Went into The Garden..., 1924: April 6; On Causeries as Such, 1924: May 4.

Folder 131-132: Literary PortraitsAdd to your cart.

Typescript (photocopy), 79 pages

Series written for The Outlook. Includes Mr. Compton Mackenzie and "Sinister Street," 1913: September 13; Mr. H.G. Wells and the "Passionate Friends," 1913: September 27; Mr. Arnold Bennett and "The Regent," 1913: October 4; Miss Violet Hunt and "The Desirable Alien," 1913: October 11; Mr. John Galsworthy and the "Dark Flower," 1913: October 18; Mr. Percival Gibbon and "The Second-Class Passenger," 1913: October 25; Professor Saintsbury and the English "Nuvvle," 1913: November 1; Mr. Thomas Hardy and "A Changes Man," 1913: November 8; Herr Arthur Schnitzler and "Bertha Garlan," 1913: November 29; Gerhart Hauptmann and "Atlantis," 1914: January 17; Fydor Dostoievsky and "The Idiot," 1914: February 14; Monsignor Benson, and "Initiation," 1914: February 28; Miss Amber Reeves and "A Lady and Her Husband," 1914: March 7; Mr. Morley Roberts and "Time and Thomas Waring," 1914; March 21; Lord Dunsany and "Five Plays," 1914: April 17; Mr. Sturge Moore and "The Sea is Kind," 1914: April 25; Miss May Sinclair and "The Judgement of Eve," 1914: May 2; Les Jeunes and "Des Imagistes," 1914: May 9; Les Jeunes and "Des Imagistes" (second notice), 1914: May 16; Mr. W.H. Mallock and "Social Reform," 1914: May 30; Mr. W.. Yeats and His New Poems, 1914: June 6; Mr. Richard Curle and "Joseph Conrad," 1914: June 20; Mr. Robert Frost and "North of Boston," 1914: June 27; Mr. Wyndham Lewis and "Blast," 1914: July 4; Mme. Yoi Pawlowska and "A Child Went Forth," 1914: July 18, Professor Cowl and "The Theory of Poetry in England," 1914: July 25, "Cedant Togae...," 1914: September 5; M. Charles-Louis Philippe and "Le Père Perdrix," 1914: August 8; The Muse of War, 1914: September 12; Trimalchio, 1914: September 26; Germania, 1914: October 3; Persecution of German Professors, 1914: October 10; Goethe as Superman, 1914: October 17; Goethe as Superman (continued); 1914: October 24; The Kulturmensch, 1914: October 31; The Kulturmensch (continued), 1914: November 7; William II and the Plastic Arts, 1914: November 14.

Box 9Add to your cart.
Folder 133-142: Ford, Ford MadoxAdd to your cart.
Folder 133: Literary PortraitsAdd to your cart.

Typescript (photocopy), 7 pages

Series written for The Tribune. Includes Mr. John Galsworthy, 1907: August 10; Mr. Joseph Conrad, 1907: September 14; Maxim Gorky, 1907: September 28; Mr. Dixon Clayton Calthrop, 1907: October 5; Mr. Maurice Hewlett, 1907: October 26; The Year 1908, 1908: January 4; Mr. Charles Doughty, 1908: January 25.

Folder 134: Love in ChartresAdd to your cart.

Typescript (photocopy), 3 pages

Introductory Note by Ford

Folder 135: The Making of Modern VerseAdd to your cart.

Typescript (photocopy), 34 pages

From The Academy and Literature, 1902: April 19 and 1902: April 26

Folder 136: Manhattan SoloAdd to your cart.

Typescript (photocopy), 34 pages

From The Academy and Literature, 1902: April 19 and 1902: April 26

Folder 137-142: The March of LiteratureAdd to your cart.
Typescript, Typescript (photocopy), 949 pages
Box 10Add to your cart.
Folder 143-155: Ford, Ford MadoxAdd to your cart.
Folder 143: Mediterranean ReverieAdd to your cart.
Typescript, Typescript (photocopy), 15 pages
Folder 144: Memories of Oscar WildeAdd to your cart.

Typescript, 8 pages

From The Saturday Review of Literature, 1939: May 27

Folder 145: Men and BooksAdd to your cart.

Typescript (photocopy), 4 pages

From Time and Tide, 1936: May 23

Folder 146: A Mirror to ConradAdd to your cart.
Typescript (photocopy), 5 pages
Folder 147: Mr. Conrad's WritingAdd to your cart.

Typescript (photocopy), 4 pages

From Spectator Literary Supplement

Folder 148: Modern PoetryAdd to your cart.

Typescript (carbon), 21 page

From Living Age, January 1910

Folder 149: The MoviesAdd to your cart.

Typescript (photocopy), 2 pages.

From The Outlook, 1915: August 21

Folder 150: The NiggerAdd to your cart.

Typescript (photocopy), 2 pages

From The Outlook, 1915: July 24

Folder 151: The Noble FluidAdd to your cart.
Typescript (photocopy), 24 pages
Folder 152: None Shall Look BackAdd to your cart.

Typescript, Typescript (photocopy), 4 pages

Nostromo A Tale of the Seaboard: Autograph (photocopy), Typescript (photocopy), 4 pages

Ford's Contribution to Joseph Conrad's Nostromo. Typescript (photocopy) from T.P'.'s Weekly, 1904: April 8. Filed in Series III. Miscellaneous Ford Madox Ford, Ford Madox Ford Exhibition.

Folder 153: A Note to the Preface of Madox Brown's 1909 ExhibitionAdd to your cart.
Typescript (photocopy), 3 pages
Folder 154: UntitledAdd to your cart.

Typescript (photocopy), 2 pages

From Shenandoah, 1938

Folder 155: On Conrad's VocabularyAdd to your cart.
Typescript (carbon), Typescript (x), 21 pages
Box 11Add to your cart.
Folder 156-180: Ford, Ford MadoxAdd to your cart.
Folder 156: On Heaven, and Poems Written on Active ServiceAdd to your cart.

Typescript (photocopy), 4 pages

Preface

Folder 157: On ImpressionismAdd to your cart.

Typescript (photocopy), 24 pages

From Poetry and Drama, Number 6, June 1914

Folder 158: On Notice of "Blast"Add to your cart.

Typescript (photocopy), 3 pages

From The Outlook, 1915: July 31

Folder 159: The Other HouseAdd to your cart.

Typescript (photocopy), 1 page

From New York Herald Tribune Books, 1927: October 2

Folder 160: A Paris LetterAdd to your cart.

Typescript, 21 pages

From Kenyon Review, 1938

Folder 161: Political and DiplomaticAdd to your cart.

Typescript (photocopy), 4 pages

From The English Review, December 1908

Folder 162: Portraits of CitizensAdd to your cart.
Typescript, 7 pages
Folder 163: Proud and "How to Read"Add to your cart.

Typescript, Typescript (photocopy), 35 pages

From The New York Review, 1932

Folder 164: Pre-Raphaelite EpitaphAdd to your cart.

Typescript, Typescript (photocopy) 6 pages

From The Saturday Review of Literature, Volume X, Number 27, 1934: January 20

Folder 165: Professor's ProgressAdd to your cart.

Typescript (photocopy), 10 pages

Synopsis of book

Folder 166: Pure LiteratureAdd to your cart.

Typescript (photocopy), 18 pages

Edited by Max Saunders

Folder 167: Ralston Crawford's PicturesAdd to your cart.
Typescript (copyright), 5 pages
Folder 168: The Rash ActAdd to your cart.

Typescript, 4 pages

From Weekend Review, Volume VIII, 1933: September 9

Folder 169: The ReaderAdd to your cart.

Typescript (photocopy), 10 pages

From The Bookman, Volume XL, Number 237, June 1911

Folder 170: The Sad State of PublishingAdd to your cart.

Typescript, Typescript (photocopy), 8 pages

From The Forum, Volume XCVIII, August 1937

Folder 171: The Sea and the JungleAdd to your cart.

Typescript (photocopy), 4 pages

From Rhythm, December 1912

Folder 172: Selected Poems by Nora ChessonAdd to your cart.

Typescript (photocopy), 7 pages

Introductory by Ford

Folder 173: Shakespeare. Mr Hueffer's Proposal. A Theater on the Globe SightAdd to your cart.

Typescript (photocopy), 3 pages

From The Daily News, 1908: March 20

Folder 174: Shylock as Mr. TreeAdd to your cart.

Typescript (photocopy), 2 pages

From The Saturday Review, 1908: April 11

Folder 175: The SistersAdd to your cart.

Typescript (photocopy), 33 pages

Introduction by Ford

Folder 176: The Small ProducerAdd to your cart.

Typescript, 6 pages

From The American Mystery, August 1935

Folder 177: Sologub and ArtzibashefAdd to your cart.

Typescript (photocopy), 2 pages

From The Outlook, 1915: June 26

Folder 178: Some Young French WritersAdd to your cart.

Typescript (photocopy), 3 pages

From The Books of France

Folder 179: A Stage in American LiteratureAdd to your cart.

Typescript (carbon), Typescript (photocopy), 32 pages

From The Bookman, December 1931

Folder 180: Stocktaking: Towards a Re-Valuation of English LiteratureAdd to your cart.

Typescript (photocopy), 136 pages

From Transatlantic Review. Published under the name Daniel Chaucer.

Box 12Add to your cart.
Folder 181-202: Ford, Ford MadoxAdd to your cart.
Folder 181: Stories from De MaupassantAdd to your cart.

Typescript (photocopy), 35 pages

Preface by Ford

Folder 182: The SurvivorsAdd to your cart.

Typescript (photocopy), 39 pages

Preface by Ford

Folder 183: Synopses of NovelsAdd to your cart.

Typescript (photocopy), 6 pages

Includes synopses for Bond, Hallows End, and After Waterloo

Folder 184: TechniquesAdd to your cart.

Typescript (photocopy), 8 pages

From The Southern Review

Folder 185: Thomas Hardy, O.M. Obiit 11 January, 1928Add to your cart.

Typescript, Typescript (photocopy), 9 pages

From New York Herald Tribune Books, 1928: January 22

Folder 186: Those Were the DaysAdd to your cart.

Typescript (photocopy), 10 pages

From Imagist Anthology, 1930: New Poetry

Folder 187: Thus to RevisitAdd to your cart.

Typescript (photocopy), 11 pages

Series written for The Piccadilly Review. Includes The Novel, 1919: October 23; The Realistic Novel, 1919: October 30; The Serious Books, 1919: November 6; New forms for the Old, 1919: November 13; biography and Criticism, 1919: November 20

Folder 188: The Trail of the BarbariansAdd to your cart.

Typescript (photocopy), 2 pages

Translator's Note by Ford

Folder 189: Transatlantic Stories: Selected from the Transatlantic ReviewAdd to your cart.

Typescript (photocopy), 51 pages

Introduction by Ford

Folder 190: Travel Notes I. Return to OlivetAdd to your cart.

Typescript (photocarbon), 4 pages

From Saturday Review of Literature, 1939: June 10

Folder 191: Trial is Likened to a Bull FightAdd to your cart.
Typescript, Typescript (photocopy), 4 pages
Folder 192: Tribute to Judge Paid by NovelistAdd to your cart.
Typescript (photocopy), 2 pages
Folder 193: "Ulysses" and the Handling of IndecenciesAdd to your cart.

Typescript (carbon), typescript (photocopy), 26 pages

From The English Review, December 1922

Folder 194: Unidentified FragmentsAdd to your cart.
Typescript (photocopy), 17 pages
Folder 195: VascoAdd to your cart.

Typescript (photocopy), 8 pages

Preface by Ford

Folder 196: War and the MindAdd to your cart.

Typescript (photocopy), 14 pages

From The Yale Review. Edited by Sondra Stang.

Folder 197: WeatherAdd to your cart.
Typescript, 31 pages
Folder 198: When the Wicked ManAdd to your cart.

Typescript (photocopy), 1 page

Prefatory note to English edition

Folder 199: The Work of W.H. HudsonAdd to your cart.

Typescript (photocopy), 8 pages

From The English Review, April 1909

Folder 200: W.P.A. and American CivilizationAdd to your cart.

Typescript (photocopy), 5 pages

From Talks, January 1937

Folder 201: Years AfterAdd to your cart.
Typescript (photocopy), 2 pages
Folder 202: Zeppelin NightsAdd to your cart.
Typescript, 153 pages
Box 13Add to your cart.
Folder 203: Foster, RichardAdd to your cart.

Typescript, 11 pages

Offprint from The Antioch Reviee

Item 1: Frankly, I Like CriticismAdd to your cart.

(Typescript, 11 pages)

Offprint from The Antioch Reviee

Item 2: Henriksson, Anders: Rewriting History, Life Reeked With JoyAdd to your cart.

Typescript (photocopy), 4 pages

Filed with Series II. Manuscripts; Stang, Sondra; The Ford Madox Ford Reader.

Folder 204 : Levi, HermannAdd to your cart.
Item 1: The Montefiore Memorandum -- 1882Add to your cart.
Typescript (photocopy), 3 pages
Folder 205: Merrill, JamesAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Paul Valery: PalmeAdd to your cart.
Typescript (photocopy), 5 pages, 2 drafts
Folder 206: Naumberg, Jr., EdwardAdd to your cart.
Item 1: My Favorite BooksellerAdd to your cart.

Typescript, 10 pages

Offprint from The Princeton University Library Chronicle, Volume XLVII, Number 2, Winter 1987

Folder 207-210: Saunders, MaxAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Critical Essays/Ford Madox FordAdd to your cart.

Autograph, Typescript, Typescript (photocopy), 272 pages

Filed with Richard Stang

Item 2: Stang Richard: Critical Essays/Ford Madox FordAdd to your cart.
Autograph, Typescript, Typescript (photocopy), 272 pages
Folder 211-212 : Stang, SondraAdd to your cart.
Item 1: The Ford Madox Ford ReaderAdd to your cart.
Autograph, Typescript, Typescript (photocopy), 38 pages
Item 2: An Interview with Janice BialaAdd to your cart.
Autograph, Typescript, 161 pages
Box 14Add to your cart.
Folder 213: UnidentifiedAdd to your cart.
Item 1: Ford Madox Ford Biographical InformationAdd to your cart.

Typescript, Typescript (photocopy), 8 pages

Possibly written by Ford.

Folder 214 : Van Duyn, MonaAdd to your cart.
Item 1: The Aging TenorAdd to your cart.
Typescript, 1 page
Item 2: Double Sonnet for MinimalistsAdd to your cart.
Typescript (photocopy), 1 page
Item 3: The Poet as NovelistAdd to your cart.
Typescript (photocopy), 4 pages
Item 4: Williams, Williams Carlos: To Ford Madox Ford in HeavenAdd to your cart.

Typescript, 2 pages

Filed in Series III. Miscellaneous Ford Madox Ford, Ford Madox Ford Exhibition.


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