Quest of the gole : galley proofs
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American poet and editor John Hollander (1929-2013) was a professor of English at Yale University from 1977 to 1986.
John Hollander authored more than thirty books of poetry, including his first poetry collection,A Crackling of Thorns, which W. H. Auden chose for publication in the Yale Series of Younger Poets in 1958. Hollander also edited numerous anthologies of poetry and contributed verse and prose to New Yorker, Partisan Review, Kenyon Review, Esquire and other contemporary popular and scholarly journals and magazines.
John Hollander's distinguished lifetime of service to American poetry was honored in 2007, when the Poetry Society of America presented him with the Frost Medal.
"John Hollander." Contemporary Authors Online. Biography in Context . http://ic.galegroup.com (accessed March 10, 2014)
This first proof of American poet John Hollander's poetic fable,The Quest of the Gole, consists of 69 sheets of uncorrected proofs and a detached front cover.
Box 66, F0959: Shelved in SPEC MSS 0099 manuscript boxes.
Processed and encoded by Anita Wellner, March 2014. Further encoded by George Apodaca, November 2015.
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- University of Delaware Library, Special Collections
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- 2015 November 18
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