Kees Verheul Letters from Nadezhda Mandelstam
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Nadezhda Mandelstam (Mandelʹshtam) (1899-1980) was a Russian writer and educator, and the wife of the Russian poet Osip Mandelstam (Mandelʹshtam) (1891-1938). She wrote two memoirs about their lives together and the repressive Stalinist regime: Hope Against Hope (1970) and Hope Abandoned (1974).Verheul, Kees.
Kees Verheul (born 1940 ) is a Dutch slavist, essayist, novelist, and translator. Some of Verheul's translations include those of works by the Russian writers Nadezhda Mandelstam (1899-1980) and Osip Emilyevich Mandelstam (1891-1938).
This collection consists of 14 handwritten letters (with envelopes), all written in English, from Russian writer Nadezhda Mandelstam (1899-1980) to Dutch author and translator, Kees Verheul.
Most of the dates affiliated with the letters come from Russian postal cancellation dates. Although months and days are noted on some letters; none include the year.
These letters were published in the New York Russian- language journal "Noviy Zhurnal."
Gift of Kees Verheul in 2018. AM 2018-117
This collection was processed by Faith Charlton in August 2018. Finding aid written by Faith Charlton in August 2018. Folder inventory added by Julia English '19 in August 2018.
No materials were removed from the collection during 2018 processing beyond routine appraisal practices.
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