Restrictions

In accordance with federal and state laws, confidential correspondence in boxes 3 & 7, as well as the Manuscript Reading Reports in box 32, are restricted until the year 2070.

OFF-SITE STORAGE

COLLECTION STORED OFF-SITE: ALLOW ONE WEEK FOR RETRIEVAL OF MATERIALS.

Abstract

Papers of scholar, critic, and founder of the UCSD literature department and the Archive for New Poetry. Included is correspondence regarding a wide variety of topics, for example, Jack Spicer research and the creation of the poetry archive. Correspondents include Robert Bly, David Ignatow, and Marshall McLuhan. Also included are a number of Pearce's scholarly projects (including the "Transcendental Workbook") and notes for several lectures.

Biography

Roy Harvey Pearce has had a long and distinguished career in the field of literature. The founding father of both the UCSD literature department and the UCSD Archive for New Poetry, Pearce has also taught at the Ohio State University, UC Berkeley, Johns Hopkins, and the Claremont Graduate School. He is the author of The Savages of America/Savagism in Civilization (1953/1983), The Continuity of American Poetry (1961), Hawthorne Centenary Essays (1964), Historicism Once More (1969), and Gesta Humanorum: Studies in the Historicist Mode, as well as being the editor of Colonial American Writing (1950) and a general editor of The Centenary Edition of the Works of Nathaniel Hawthorne (1962).

Scope and Contents of Collection

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The Roy Harvey Pearce correspondence and subject files contain abundant correspondence with writers and scholars, typescripts, holograph notes, and manuscripts related to scholarly projects and lectures. Included are correspondence with notable figures such as Robert Bly, Clayton Eshleman, and the Canadian communications theorist, Marshall McLuhan. Subject files contain a wide variety of material: notes on the opening of Mandeville Center, correspondence and research regarding Jack Spicer, and a meticulously compiled "Transcendental Workbook."

The collection is organized into four series: 1) CORRESPONDENCE, 2) SCHOLARLY PROJECTS, 3) ARCHIVE FOR NEW POETRY, and 4) MISCELLANEOUS MATERIALS.

SERIES 1: CORRESPONDENCE

This series spans the years 1945 to 1989. Some of the Pearce's correspondents include Cid Corman, Jorge Guillen, David Ignatow, W.S. Merwin, Marianne Moore, and Theodore Roethke.

SERIES 2: SCHOLARLY PROJECTS

This series contains Pearce's bicentennial lecture on "The Poetry of the American Revolution," his notes for the opening of Mandeville Center, research and correspondence regarding Jack Spicer, and an assemblage of Kenneth Cameron's "Transcendental Workbook." Included in this workbook are information regarding and reprints from Emerson, Thoreau, and Swedenborg. In loose connection with the workbook, there is a typescript reminiscence by Mrs. A. G. Ayers of her experience with Dr. William Carlos Williams.

SERIES 3: ARCHIVE FOR NEW POETRY

This series contains correspondence from the years 1973 to 1984 regarding the establishment and continuation of the Archive for New Poetry at UCSD. Much of the correspondence is administrative in nature, yet the supportive and enthusiastic voices of many scholars and poets shine through and the diligent collaboration of Michael Davidson with Pearce is particularly clear.

SERIES 4: MISCELLANEOUS MATERIALS

This series houses three very discreet items: a photocopy of the poem/essay "Between the University and State" by Bea Cameron; a typescript copy of Gary Snyder's "Poetry and the Primitive;" and miscellaneous notes on Yvor Winters.

Accession Processed in 2003

The accession processed in 2003 contains correspondence with scholars, colleagues, writers, and students; lecture notes and teaching materials for literature courses taught at UCSD; administrative memoranda; and subject files. The materials are arranged in five series: 5) CORRESPONDENCE, 6) WRITINGS, 7) TEACHING MATERIALS, 8) SUBJECT FILES, and 9) MISCELLANEOUS MATERIALS.

SERIES 5: CORRESPONDENCE

The CORRESPONDENCE series (1963-1995) is arranged alphabetically by correspondent and includes correspondence with David Ignatow, Alan Filreis, Glen MacLeod, and California Assemblyman John Vasconcellos. Typescript versions of writings by David Ignatow and Arnold Krupat are included with their correspondence files.

SERIES 6: WRITINGS

The WRITINGS series contains only two folders: Letters to the Editor and administrative limericks.

SERIES 7: TEACHING MATERIAL

The TEACHING MATERIALS series is arranged numerically by course (1947-1990) and includes lecture notes, syllabi, course descriptions, library reserve lists, handouts, midterm examinations, final examinations and student papers for courses that Pearce taught.

SERIES 8: SUBJECT FILES

The SUBJECT FILES series is arranged alphabetically by subject or institution and documents administrative correspondence and activities, scholarly endeavors, grant proposals from other scholars, and job offers.

SERIES 9: MISCELLANEOUS MATERIALS

The MISCELLANEOUS MATERIALS series includes commemorative mementos and a photograph of Pearce.

Accession Processed in 2007

The accession processed in 2007 contains correspondence with scholars, colleagues, writers, and students; published books, articles and reviews; editorial projects; manuscript reading reports for different presses; talks and conferences; writings of others; and miscellaneous materials. The accession is arranged in eleven series: 10) CORRESPONDENCE, 11) BOOKS, 12) ARTICLES AND ESSAYS, 13) REVIEWS, 14) EDITORIAL PROJECTS, 15) PUBLISHING AGREEMENTS, 16) TALKS AND READINGS, 17) TEACHING MATERIALS, 18) MISCELLANEOUS MATERIALS, 19) MANUSCRIPT READING REPORTS, and 20) ORIGINALS OF PRESERVATION PHOTOCOPIES.

SERIES 10: CORRESPONDENCE

The CORRESPONDENCE series (1947-1990) is arranged alphabetically by correspondent and includes correspondence with David Ignatow, Americo Castro, Stephen Gilman, and California Assemblyman John Vasconcellos. Typescript versions of writings by Daniel Hoffman, Stephen Gilman and Donald Wesling are included with their correspondence files. Also included are photographs and a memorial program for Robert Elliott service.

SERIES 11: BOOKS

The BOOKS series includes original drafts, typescripts, manuscripts, mimeograph copies, handwritten notes, and corrections; organized according to the year of publication.

SERIES 12: ARTICLES AND ESSAYS

The ARTICLES AND ESSAYS series includes manuscript drafts, typescripts and reprints of articles written for a variety of literary publication.

SERIES 13: REVIEWS

This series contains book reviews by Pearce published in different periodicals.

SERIES 14: EDITORIAL PROJECTS

The EDITORIAL PROJECTS series is arranged chronologically and includes manuscripts, typescripts and correspondence with scholars and writers whose works appeared in books and literary periodicals, which Pearce edited or co-edited.

SERIES 15: PUBLISHING AGREEMENTS

The PUBLISHING AGREEMENTS series includes contracts signed with different presses regarding books written, edited, and co-edited by Pearce. The series is arranged chronologically.

SERIES 16: TALKS AND READINGS

The TALKS AND READINGS series is arranged chronologically and includes programs, invitations, correspondence, and drafts of presentations given at meetings and conferences. Also includes a typescript of a radio program broadcast by UC Berkeley Radio Service in 1948.

SERIES 17: TEACHING MATERIALS

The TEACHING MATERIALS series is arranged in three subseries: A) Class Materials, B) Lecture Notes - Topics, C) Lecture Notes - Authors. The subseries Class Materials (1946-1970) is arranged chronologically and includes lecture notes, syllabi, course descriptions, library reserve lists, and midterm and final examinations for courses that Pearce taught. The Lecture Notes - Topics subseries is arranged alphabetically and includes handwritten notes and typescripts of lectures given by Pearce on different subjects. The Lecture Notes - Authors subseries is arranged alphabetically and includes handwritten notes and typescripts of lectures given on different authors.

SERIES 18: MISCELLANEOUS MATERIALS

The MISCELLANEOUS MATERIALS series includes dissertation subjects, Ph.D. exam questions, poems and poem fragments, and handwritten notes on different subjects and authors.

SERIES 19: MANUSCRIPT READING REPORTS

The MANUSCRIPT READING REPORTS series includes reports commissioned by different presses. These reports are restricted until 2070.

SERIES 20: ORIGINALS OF PRESERVATION PHOTOCOPIES

The ORIGINALS OF PRESERVATION PHOTOCOPIES series contains the originals of brittle or high acid content documents that have been photocopied.

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CORRESPONDENCE

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1 1 Bly, Robert, 1963 - 1971.
1 2 Corman, Cid, 1977 - 1978.
1 3 Crews, Judson, undated.
1 4 Duncan, Otis Dudley, 1982.
1 5 Economou, George - Includes a typescript copy of "Amepikh: Book Two" by Economou, 1983.
1 6 Ellingham, Lewis - Materials related to Ellingham's "The Spicer Circle in San Francisco, 1956-1965" grant proposal, 1983.
1 7 Eshleman, Clayton, 1976.
1 8 Feinberg, Charles E., 1961.
1 9 Guillen, Jorge - Includes holograph and typescript versions of the Guillen's poem "Belen", 1971.
1 10 Hall, Donald - Contains a single letter to RHP and a collection of poems (typescript carbon) entitled "A roof of tiger lilies".
1 11 Hoffman, Daniel, 1968.
1 12 Ingalls, Jeremy, 1959.
1 13 Ignatow, David, 1969 - 1972.
1 14 Lowell, Robert, 1963.
McLuhan, Marshall.
1 15 1957 - 1962.
1 16 Typescripts and mimeographs including "Draft for Gutenberg Video," "Media Log," "Media Log II," "New Media and the New Education," and "The Executive Program in Business Administration," annotated by McLuhan.
1 17 Merwin, William S., 1988 - 1989.
1 18 Miles, Josephine, 1955 - 1980.
1 19 Moore, Marianne - Includes 5 letters from Moore to Don Cameron Allen and a miscellaneous letter from Moore to the Irish Consulate General, 1945 - 1963.
1 20 Peters, Robert, 1966.
1 21 Roethke, Theodore and Beatrice, 1959 - 1965.
1 22 Rothenberg, Jerome, 1975.
1 23 Stafford, William, 1973 - 1974.
1 24 Stephenson, Holly Stevens - [Correspondence regards Wallace Stevens], 1964.
1 25 Talamantez, Ines, 1974.
1 26 Tomlinson, Charles, 1972.
1 27 Wright, James, 1983.

SCHOLARLY PROJECTS

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1 28 Bicentennial lecture - "The Poetry of the American Revolution", 1976.
1 29 Mandeville Center opening, 1974 - 1975.
2 1 Jack Spicer research, 1968 - 1975.
2 2-4 Transcendental Workbook, pages 1-110.
Transcendental Notebook.
2 5-6 Pages 111-204.
2 7 Reprints from Emerson, Thoreau, and Swedenborg.
2 8 William Carlos Williams research. Typescript reminiscence by Mrs. A.G. Ayers, 1977.

ARCHIVE FOR NEW POETRY

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Correspondence.
2 9 Undated.
2 10 1973 - 1974. Contains correspondence documenting the creation of the Archive.
2 11-12 1975 - 1984.

MISCELLANEOUS MATERIALS

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2 13 Cameron, Bea. "Between the University and State" - Photocopy of poem/essay.
2 14 Snyder, Gary. "Poetry and the Primitive" - Typescript copy.
2 15 Winters, Yvor - Miscellaneous notes on.

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CORRESPONDENCE

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3 1 Allen, Don Cameron, 1971 - 1972.
3 2 Atkinson, Chancellor Richard, 1980 - 1989.
3 3 Beebe, Mary.
3 4 Berman, Ronald, 1984.
Restrictions Apply
3 5 Birney, Alice Lotvin, 1990.
3 6-9 Brogan, Jacqueline Vaught, 1984 - 1994.
3 10 Budd, Louis, 1989.
3 11 Cameron, Douglas, 1977 - 1992.
3 12 Cancel, Robert, 1982.
3 13 Chowder, Dick, 1963.
3 14 Chung, Ok-Hee, 1990.
3 15 Clark, William Bedford, 1980 - 1991.
3 16 Cohen, Alain J.J., 1982.
Restrictions Apply
3 17 Daly, Robert, 1978 - 1985.
3 18 Dunseath, Thomas, 1976 - 1978.
3 19 Filreis, Alan, 1989 - 1991.
3 20 Fussel, Ed, 1979 - 1986.
3 21 Groves, Ted, 1982.
3 22 Haims, Lynn, 1982.
3 23 Hartnett, Stephen, 1990.
3 24 Heffernan, Michael, 1980 - 1987.
3 25 Hunt, Tim, 1986.
Ignatow, David.
3 26 1978 - 1994.
4 1 I Have a Name - Typescript of final version, 1993.
4 2 "Leaving the Door Open for Friends" - Typescript of preliminary version.
4 3 Leaving the Door Open: Poems - Typescript.
4 4 Jackson, Thomas, 1979 - 1983.
4 5 Ketcheff, David, 1980.
Krupat, Arnold.
4 6-10 1985 - 1994.
4 11 Includes two exegeses and one review by Krupat: "Criticism and the Canon: Pearce and the Indians: Cross-relations," "Anthropology in the Ironic Mode: The Work of Franz Boas," and the review of The Spoken Word and the Work of Interpretation by Dennis Tedlock, 1984.
4 12 Includes three exegeses by Krupat: "On the Translation of Native American Song and Story: A Theorized History," "Figures and the Law: A Rhetorical Reading of the Indian Removal Act of 1830," and "Native American Autobiography and the Synechdochic Self".
Lockwood, William.
4 13 1978 - 1979.
5 1-2 1981 - 1987.
5 3 MacLeod, Glen, 1980 - 1993.
5 4 McElroy, Chancellor William, 1974 - 1980.
5 5 Mariscal, George, 1988.
5 6 Owen, Charles A., 1973 - 1974.
5 7 Padget, Martin, 1993 - 1995.
5 9 Padilla, Ernest, 1987.
5 10 Randell, Fred.
5 11 Renker, Elizabeth, 1991 - 1992.
5 12 Ritvo, Marriet, 1978.
5 13 Shattuck, Roger, 1968.
5 14 Steinberg, Lawrence, 1986.
5 15 Taubman, Charles, 1979 - 1982.
5 16 Tuzin, Donald.
5 17 Vasconcellos, John, 1972 - 1973.
5 18 Ward, Cynthia, 1989.
5 19 Wasserman, Earl R., 1972.
5 20 Whelchel, Marianne, 1980 - 1981.
5 21 White, Peter, 1977 - 1986.
5 22 Williams, Shirley, 1977 - 1982.
5 23 Woodson, Thomas, 1992 - 1993.
5 24 Unidentified correspondents, 1949 - 1994.
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6 1 Letters to the Editor, 1969 - 1978.
6 2 Limericks.

TEACHING MATERIALS

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Lit. Course #24 - The American Literary Imagination.
6 3 Lecture notes, syllabi, mid-term exams, final exams, photocopies of Emily Dickinson's poem "I am Nobody! Who are you?" and a photocopy of L. Q. C. McCaslin's genealogy as compiled by Michael Millgate, 1978 - 1984.
6 4 Lecture notes accompanied by photocopied excerpts from various undocumented sources, 1976 - 1977.
Lit. Course #152 - The Origins of American Literature.
6 5 Syllabi, a course description, lecture notes, a photocopied chapter entitled "Wash" from The Unvanquished, by William Faulkner and a photocopy of "Delta Autumn" by Faulkner, 1976 - 1986.
6 6 Mid-term exams, final exams, lecture notes, and an article entitled " The Leatherstocking Tales Re-Examined" by Roy Harvey Pearce, 1979 - 1987.
Lit. Course #152, Part II - The Origins of American Literature.
6 7 Lecture notes, a bibliography, a primary source list, and two papers entitled: "Report on the New England Mind" by Perry Miller and "The Decline of Puritanism in New England" by George Branam, 1947 - 1978.
6 8 Lecture notes, a photocopy of "The Uniqueness of the American Enlightenment" by D. H. Meyer, and a photocopy of a chapter entitled "The Western Spirit: 1780 - 1880".
6 9 Lecture notes, a reprint copy of " The Leatherstocking Tales Re-Examined" by Roy Harvey Pearce, and a photocopy of the chapter "Paul Jones and the American Navy" from Lives of Distinguished American Naval Officers by James Fenimore Cooper.
6 10 Photocopied excerpts, 1987.
6 11 Lit. Course #245 - 19th-Century American Studies. Photocopy of Life of Franklin Pierce by Nathaniel Hawthorne, 1990.
Lit. Course #245A.
6 12 Includes "Whitman's 1855 Leaves of Grass: or, The Crises of American Modernity, Utopian Longing, and The Paradox of History" by Stephen Hartnett, "The Emergence of the Novel as a Genre" by Richard Velor, and "Novel and Romance: A Survey" not ascribed, 1960 - 1990.
8 6 Syllabi, completed book order forms, library reserve lists, bibliographies, annotated bibliographies, lecture notes, and an article entitled "Literature, History, and Humanism: An Americanist's Dream" by Roy Harvey Pearce, 1970 - 1984.
7 1 Lit. Course #252 - Stevens and Eliot. Syllabi, bibliography, reading list, and two exegeses, 1988.
7 2 Lit. Course #271 - Library reserve list, 1972 - 1979.

SUBJECT FILES

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7 3 American Academy of Arts and Sciences Conference: "History and Historicity", 1974 - 1976.
7 4 American Literature Association, 1989 - 1990.
7 5 American Literature Section / MLA, 1968 - 1988.
7 6-7 Annals of Poetics, 1973 - 1977.
7 8 Appointment of Assistant Professor of German Literature, 1970 - 1977.
Restrictions Apply
7 9 Blackhorse Farms, 1981 - 1984.
Burckhardt, Sigurd.
7 10 Reviews for The Drama of Language: Essays on Goethe and Kleist, ed. by Pearce, 1972 - 1973.
7 11 Reviews for Shakespearean Meaning, ed. by Pearce, 1968 - 1970.
7 12 Reprint correspondence, 1967 - 1979.
7 13 California Anthology of 20th Century Poetry, 1990.
7 14 ELH (English Literary History), 1973 - 1975.
7 15 Elliot / Saville Controversy, 1978.
Restrictions Apply
7 16 Graduate Council, 1984 - 1989.
7 17-18 NEH Application: The Mark Twain Project, 1986 - 1994.
7 19 NEH grant proposal - "Domestic Enclosure/Encyclopedic Discourse: Nineteenth-Century Encyclopedias of Women Writers," by Nicole Hoffman, 1991.
7 20 Phi Beta Kappa, 1975 - 1991.
8 1 Reprint permission requests, 1967 - 1989.
8 2 Revelle Medal nominations, 1984 - 1986.
8 3 U.C. Press, 1989.
8 4 Visa Defense Committee to Aid Chilean Scholars, 1974.
8 5 Wallace Stevens Society, 1976.

MISCELLANEOUS MATERIALS

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8 6 FB-271-03 Commemorative invitation for the Dean of Graduate Studies Celebration, 1973.
8 7 Commemorative award - "The Order of the Bitten Bullet", 1975.
8 8 Miscellaneous postcards and photographs.
8 9 Photograph of Roy Harvey Pearce.

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CORRESPONDENCE

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9 1 Anderson, Charles, 1947 - 1976.
9 2 Babb, Howard, 1956 - 1964.
9 3 Benamou, Michel, 1962 - 1965.
9 4 Blanco, Carlos, 1958 - 1963.
9 5 Cady, Edwin, 1957 - 1980.
9 6 Castro, Americo, 1958 - 1972.
9 7 Charvat, William, 1946 - 1960.
9 8 College English Magazine, 1952 - 1960.
9 9 Cope, Jack, 1957 - 1961.
9 10 Doggett, Frank, 1958 - 1961.
9 11 Edelstein, Ludwig, 1945 - 1964.
9 12 Elliott, George, 1956 - 1965.
Elliott, Robert.
9 13-15 1951 - 1970.
9 16 1972 - 1989. Includes memorial program, photographs, posthumous praise.
10 1 Fan letters, 1945 - 1986.
10 2-3 Gilman, Stephen, 1956 - 1989.
10 4 Guillen, Claudio, 1976 - 1978.
10 5 Heimberger, Frederick, 1958 - 1960.
10 6 Hoffman, Daniel, 1968 - 1984.
10 7 Ignatow, David, 1994.
10 8 Jones, Howard, 1946 - 1980.
10 9 Kermode, Frank, 1960 - 1968.
10 10 Krieger, Murray, 1956 - 1966.
10 11 Lettau, Reinhard, 1970.
10 12 Lounsbery, Kenneth, 1967.
10 13 Lynch, William, 1958 - 1960.
10 14 Miller, J.H., 1968.
10 15 National Education Association, 1959.
10 16 Ong, Walter, 1962 - 1963.
10 17 Operation Soundbox, 1968.
10 18 Pearce, Marie V., 1950 - 1972.
11 1 Pradal, Gabriel, 1958.
11 2 Ransom, John, 1951 - 1960.
11 3 Riddel, Joseph, 1962 - 1968.
11 4 Sheinkar, R., 1965 - 1972.
11 5 Smith, Henry, 1948 - 1963.
11 6 Solomon, Eric, 1967 - 1969.
11 7 Solotaroff, Theodore, 1960 - 1963.
11 8 Stein, Maurice, 1960 - 1962.
11 9 Stewart, John, 1946 - 1964.
11 10 Trachtenberg, Alan, 1967.
11 11 Turner, Frederick, 1967 - 1990.
11 12 Turner, K., 1959 - 1990.
11 13 Vandesand, 1955.
11 14 Vasconcellos, John, 1978.
11 15 Vogelbaum, Jay, 1957 - 1966.
11 16 Warren, P.R., 1967.
11 17 Weatherhead, Andrew, 1966.
11 18 Weglin, Christof, 1962 - 1992.
11 19 Wesling, Don, 1968 - 1978.
11 20 Wolff, Kurt, 1961 - 1975.
11 21 Wright, Andrew, 1959.
11 22 Ziff, Larzer, 1957 - 1966.
11 23 Unidentified correspondents.
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Savages of America: A Study of the Indian and the Idea of Civilization (1953).
11 24-27 Correspondence, 1950 - 1961.
12 1-2 Reviews.
12 3 Letters of compliment from scholars and professors, 1953 - 1954.
Growth of American Literature: A Critical and Historical Survey (1956).
12 4 Correspondence between the authors (Frederick Hoffman, Edwin Cady, and R.H. Pearce) and American Book Co., 1951 - 1953.
12 5 FB-473-09 Galley proof of bibliography - Vol. 2.
12 6-9 Correspondence between American Book Co. and authors Cady, Hoffman, and Pearce, 1954 - 1961.
12 10 Editor's corrections on Sections 1, 5, 6, and 7.
12 11-14 Proof corrections and production notes.
12 15 Promotional material - Includes two brochures.
13 1 Promotional material for American Tradition in Literature - Includes handwritten notes comparing the books.
13 2 Reviews, 1956 - 1959.
Colonial American Writing (1958).
13 3 Correspondence with Holt, Rinehart and Winston Press regarding the publication of the 2nd edition, 1967 - 1971.
13 4 Proof corrections.
Continuity of American Poetry (1961).
13 5 Letter of rejection from Oxford University Press, 1959.
13 6-9 Correspondence with Princeton University Press, 1958 - 1962.
13 10-11 Requests sent to copyright holders for permission to quote, 1959 - 1961.
13 12 Production notes.
Page proofs.
13 13-14 Foreword - Chapter 2.
14 1-4 Chapters 3 - 8 and afterword.
14 5 Promotional material - Includes letter from Princeton University Press, print-out advertising the book, promotional booklets, schedule of advertisements, list of complimentary copies.
14 6-8 Reviews.
14 9 Letter from the Poetry Society of America informing Pearce about the Poetry Chap-Book Award.
14 10 Letters of compliment sent to Pearce from various scholars.
14 11 Page proof of introduction and postscript to the Wesleyan edition.
Hawthorne Centenary Essays (1964).
14 12-13 Correspondence, 1966.
14 14 Reviews.
Savages of America: A Study of the Indian and the Idea of Civilization (1965).
15 1-4 Correspondence, 1964 - 1967.
15 5 Reviews.
The Act of Mind: Essays on the Poetry of Wallace Stevens (1965).
15 6 Correspondence with Johns Hopkins Press, 1963 - 1965.
15 7 Reviews.
Savagism and Civilization (1967).
15 8-10 Page proofs and notes.
15 11 Proof corrections.
15 12 Cover mock-up.
15 13 Correspondence with UC Press.
15 14 Recommendations from Brian Swann, Arnold Krupat, and David Brumble sent to UC Press concerning the book's reprint.
15 15 Introduction by Arnold Krupat, page proofs.
15 16 Postscript, page proof.
15 17-18 Reviews.
15 19 Letter from Alan Sunfield, 1989.
Historicism Once More: Problems and Occasions for the American Scholar (1969).
16 1-2 Correspondence, 1965 - 1969.
16 3-6 Page proofs.
16 7-9 Reviews.
16 10 Printed copy of The Beloit Poetry Journal - Walt Whitman: A Centennial Celebration, 1954.
16 11 Letters of compliment from scholars.
Gesta Humanorum: Studies in the Historicist Mode (1987).
16 12 Correspondence with University of Missouri Press, 1985 - 1987.
16 13 Photocopy of "Toward Decreation: Stevens and the 'Theory of Poetry,'" published in Wallace Stevens: A Celebration - Includes list of quotations.
Page proofs.
16 14-15 Foreword - Chapter 7.
17 1 Chapters 8, 9, and Index.
17 2 Photographs.
17 3 Promotional material, 1986 - 1987.
17 4-5 Reviews, 1987 - 1990.

ARTICLES AND ESSAYS

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"Sterne and Sensibility in American Diaries".
17 6 Correspondence with Athenaeum and The New England Quarterly, 1943.
17 7 Page proofs, 1942 - 1944.
17 8 Reprint as published in Modern Language Notes, 1944.
"Primitivistic Ideas in the Faerie Queene".
17 9-10 Correspondence, 1944.
17 11 Page proofs.
17 12 Reprint of the article as published in The Journal of English and Germanic Philology, April 1945.
17 13 "The Eighteenth-Century Scottish Primitivists: Some Reconsiderations" - Photocopy of article, September 1945.
"Leatherstocking Tales Re-Examined".
17 14 Correspondence with the editor of South Atlantic Quarterly, 1946.
17 15 Page proof.
17 16 Reprint of the article as published in South Atlantic Quarterly, October 1947.
"Significances of the Captivity Narrative".
17 17-18 Correspondence, 1946.
17 19 Page proof.
17 20 Reprint of the article as published in American Literature, March 1947.
"Hawthorne and the Twilight of Romance".
17 21 Correspondence with the editor of The Yale Review, 1947 - 1948.
17 22 FB-473-10 Galley proof with handwritten corrections.
17 23 Proof corrections.
17 24-25 Copies of the publication The Yale Review, March 1948.
"Note on Method in the History of Ideas".
17 26 Comments by Arthur D. Lovejoy, 1946.
17 27 Page proof.
"Pure Criticism and the History of Ideas".
17 28 Correspondence with The Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism, 1948.
18 1 Page proofs.
18 2 Photocopy and reprint of the article as published in The Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism, December 1948.
18 3 Unidentified review.
"Civilization and Savagism: The World of the Leatherstocking Tales".
18 4 Correspondence with English Institute Essays, 1949 - 1950.
18 5 Page proofs and production notes.
18 6 Photocopy of the article as published in English Institute Essays, 1949.
"Edward Taylor: The Poet as Puritan".
18 7 Correspondence with The New England Quarterly, 1949.
18 8 Page proofs.
18 9 Reprint of the article as published in The New England Quarterly, March 1950.
Commentary on "The Poetry of 1900-1950" by John C. Ransom.
18 10 Correspondence with Karl W. Dykema. Includes program to the 18th Meeting of the Ohio College Association and Allied Studies, 1951.
18 11 Page proof of Ransom's "The Poetry of 1900-1950," and critical notes.
18 12 Page proofs.
"Wallace Stevens: The Life of the Imagination".
18 13-16 Correspondence, 1949 - 1951.
18 17 Page proof.
18 18 Reprint of the article, September 1951.
18 19 Letters of compliment from scholars.
"Ruines of Mankind: The Indian and the Puritan Mind".
18 20-21 Correspondence, 1949 - 1951.
18 22 Galley proof.
18 23 Page proof.
18 24 Reprint of the article as published in Journal of the History of Ideas, April 1952.
18 25 Correspondence with scholars, 1951 - 1952.
"Melville's Indian-Hater: A Note on a Meaning of the Confidence-Man".
18 26 Correspondence with MLA, 1952.
18 27 Page proof.
18 28 Photocopy and reprint of article, December 1952.
"Poet as a Person".
18 29 Correspondence with The Yale Review, 1951 - 1961.
18 30 Comments by the editor of The Yale Review.
18 31 Page proof with the title of "On 'Ourselves in Poetry'".
18 32 Printed copy of The Yale Review, March 1952.
18 33 Correspondence from Robert Estrich.
"Introduction to 'Dissertation on the Progress of the Fine Arts'".
18 34 Correspondence with the Augustan Reprint Society, 1953.
18 35 Page proof.
18 36 "Introduction to the 'Scarlet Letter'" - Correspondence with J.M. Dent and Sons Publishers regarding the reprinting of the article, 1971.
"Hawthorne and the Sense of the Past; or, the Immortality of Major Molineux".
18 37 Correspondence with Professor Nolan Smith, 1963.
18 38 Photocopies and transcripts of letters from Nathaniel Hawthorne, 1932-1964.
18 39 Production notes.
18 40 Excerpt of "Hawthorne as Editor," Arlin Turner, ed., 1941.
18 41 Galley proof with corrections.
19 1 Page proof.
19 2 Correspondence with editors and scholars, 1955.
"Introduction to the House of Seven Gables".
19 3 Correspondence with J.M. Dent and Sons Publishers, 1954.
19 4 Production notes.
19 5 Galley proof.
19 6 Page proof.
19 7 Promotional material, Everyman's Library catalogs.
"Structure of Spanish History".
19 8 Page proof.
19 9 Reprint of the article.
19 10 Copy of La Realidad Historica de Espana, Americo Castro, ed.
"On the History of Ideas III".
19 11 Correspondence with The History of Ideas Newsletter, 1955.
19 12 Page proofs.
19 13 Printed version of The History of Ideas Newsletter, June 1955.
Introduction to "Twice Told Tales".
19 14 Correspondence with J.M. Dent and Sons Publishers, 1953.
19 15 Page proof.
"Problem of Research in the Relations of Literary Study of Intellectual History".
19 16 Correspondence with Ohio State University Press, 1955.
19 17 Page proofs.
Introduction to "The Scarlet Letter".
19 18 Correspondence with J.M. Dent and Sons Publishers, 1955 - 1956.
19 19 Page proofs.
19 20 Reprint of the article, 1956.
"On the Continuity of American Poetry".
19 21-22 Correspondence, 1956.
19 23 Page proofs.
19 24 Reprint of the article as published in The Hudson Review, Winter 1957.
19 25 Letters of compliment from fellow scholars.
19 26 Correspondence with The New Yorker.
"American Studies as a Discipline".
19 27-28 Correspondence, 1955 - 1956.
19 29 Page proofs.
19 30 Copy of College English, in which the article was published, January 1957.
"Metaphysics of Indian-Hating".
19 31 Page proof and production notes.
19 32 Photocopy of the article as published in Ethnohistory, 1957.
19 33 Letters of compliment from fellow scholars.
"Historicism Once More".
19 34-35 Correspondence, 1958.
19 36 Quotations from "History and Eschatology" by Rudolf Bultmann, 1957.
19 37 Correction notes.
19 38 Page proof.
19 39 Reprint of the article as published in The Kenyon Review, Fall 1958.
19 40 Correspondence with fellow scholars and professors, 1957 - 1959.
19 41 Photocopy of the article as published in Historicism Once More: Problems and Occasions for the American Scholar, 1969.
"Robin Molineux on the Analyst's Couch: A Note on Psychoanalitic Criticism".
19 42 Correspondence with Partisan Review and Criticism.
20 1 Page proof.
"Toward an American Epic".
20 2 Correspondence with The Hudson Review, 1958 - 1959.
20 3 Page proofs.
20 4 Correspondence with Charles R. Anderson.
"Toward the End of the Beginning".
20 5 Correspondence with National Education Association, 1959.
20 6 Photocopy of the article as published in "Curriculum Programs: Official Report on the Lawrence Conference".
20 7 Report on the Lawrence Conference - Page proof.
20 8 Report on the TEPS Kansas Conference.
"Ezra Pound's Appraisal of Walt Whitman: Addendum".
20 9 Correspondence with Frederic Peachy, 1957.
20 10 Proof correction and production notes.
20 11 Reprint of the article as published in Modern Language Notes, January 1959.
"Behavior and Misbehavior in the Humanities".
20 12-13 Correspondence, 1958 - 1959.
20 13 Correspondence with the Teachers College regarding the All-College Lecture Series, 1958.
20 14 Draft with corrections that was presented as a lecture at the Columbia Teachers College All-College Lecture Series, "Contemporary Challenges to American Education", August 5, 1958.
20 15 Reprint of the article as published in Teachers College Record, May 1959.
20 16 "Poetry, Language, and the Condition of Modern Man" - Correspondence with The Centennial Review, 1959.
"Professors and Practitioners".
20 17-18 Correspondence, 1959.
20 19 Page proofs.
20 20 Reprint of Educational Leadership, October 1959.
20 21 Correspondence from fellow professors.
"Poetry, Language, and the Condition of Modern Man".
20 22 Page proof.
20 23 Reprint of the article as published in The Centennial Review, Winter 1960.
"Stevens Posthumous".
20 24 Correspondence with Criterion Books, 1959 - 1960.
20 25 Page proof.
"Whitman Justified: The Poet in 1860".
20 26 Correspondence with The Minnesota Review, 1961.
20 27 Page proof.
20 28 Copy of The Minnesota Review, Spring 1961.
Introduction to "Leaves of Grass".
21 1 Correspondence with Cornell University Press, 1960 - 1961.
21 2 Page proof.
"Frost's Momentary Stay".
21 3 Correspondence with the editor of The Kenyon Review, 1960.
21 4 Proof corrections, handwritten draft.
21 5 Reprint of the article as published in The Kenyon Review, Spring 1961.
"The Arts, Humanism, and the Process of Education".
21 6 Correspondence with the editor of Teachers College Record, 1961 - 1962.
21 7 Proof correction.
21 8 Reprint of the article as published in Teachers College Record, November 1962.
"Centenary Edition of the Works of Nathaniel Hawthorne".
21 9 Introduction to "The Blithedale Romance" - Photocopy of proof corrections.
21 10-11 Introduction to "Fanshawe" - Correspondence, production notes and proof corrections.
Introduction to "The American".
21 12 Correspondence with Houghton Mifflin Co., 1960 - 1961.
21 13 Page proof.
"Mass Culture/Popular Culture: Notes for a Humanist's Primer".
21 14 Correspondence with College English, 1961.
21 15 Page proof and proof correction.
21 16 Reprint of the article as published in College English, March 1962.
"The End. Yours Truly, Huck Finn: Postscript".
21 17 Correspondence with MLA, 1963.
21 18 Page proof.
21 19 Reprint of the article as published in Modern Language Quarterly, September 1963.
"Literature, History, and Humanism: An Americanist's Dilemma".
21 20 Page proof.
21 21 Reprint of the article as published in College English, February 1963.
"Wallace Stevens: The Last Lesson of the Master".
21 22 Page proofs.
21 23 Photocopy and reprint of the article as published in Journal of English Literary History, March 1964.
"Theodore Roethke: The Power of Sympathy".
21 24 Correspondence with University of Washington Press, 1964 - 1965.
21 25 Page proof.
21 26 Photocopy of the article as published in Theodore Roethke: Essays on the Poetry, 1965.
"Criticism as a Discipline: From Understanding to Interpretation".
21 27 Correspondence with National Council of Teachers of English, 1966.
21 28 Proof corrections.
21 29 Photocopy of the article as published in New Directions in Elementary English.
"Whitman and Our Hope for Poetry".
21 30 Production notes.
21 31 Page proofs.
22 1 Reprint of the article as published in The Poetic Tradition: Essays on Greek, Latin, and English Poetry, 1968.
"American Criticism and American Culture".
22 2 Correspondence with the editor of Strumenti Critici, 1968.
22 3 Page proof and proof corrections.
22 4 Copy of Strumenti Critici, in which the article was published. Italian version.
"Gesta Humanorum: Notes on the Humanist As Witness".
22 5 Galley proof.
22 6 Proof correction and page proof.
22 7 Reprint and photocopies of the article as published in Daedalus, Spring 1970.
22 8 Letters from fellow professors.
"The Burden of Romanticism: Toward the New Poetry".
22 9 Correspondence with the editor of The Iowa Review, 1971.
22 10 Galley proof.
22 11 Copy of The Iowa Review, Spring 1971.
"Huck Finn in His History".
22 12 Correspondence with Charles E. Merrill Books, 1968 - 1969.
22 13 Page proofs.
22 14 Reprint of the article as published in Etudes Anglaises, 1971.
"Introduction to a Wonder Book and Tanglewood Tales".
22 15 Production notes.
22 16 Photocopy of page proof.
"From History of Ideas to Etnohistory".
22 17 Correspondence with American Historian Association, 1972 - 1974.
22 18 Writings of others - "The Army Officer and the Indian: Psychological Ambivalence and Cultural Relativism," by Thomas C. Leonard.
22 19 Page proof.
22 20 Reprint as published in The Journal of Ethnic Studies, Spring 1974.
22 21 Writings of others - "White Over Red: Perspectives on White-Indian Relations," by Robert Keller, 1973.
"Humanistic Studies and the Large Public University".
22 22 Page proof and production notes.
22 23 Cut-offs of the article as published in Public Higher Education in California, Gabriel Almond and Neil Smelser, eds., 1974.
"Day-Dream and Fact: The Import of the Blithedale Romance".
22 24 Correspondence with Professor David K. Kirby, 1971 - 1973.
22 25 Page proof and proof correction.
22 26 Photocopies of the article from Individual and Community: Variations on a Theme in American Fiction.
"Poetry, Revolution, and the Age of Paine".
22 27 Correspondence with San Jose Studies, 1976.
23 1 Production material, 1976.
23 2 Page proofs, 1976.
23 3 Photocopies as published in San Jose Studies, 1976.
23 4 "The Centenary Hawthorne: Progress and Plans" - Page proof, 1976.
"Anecdote of the Jar: An Iconological Note".
23 5-7 Correspondence, 1976 - 1993.
23 8 Photographs of jars, Dominican Glass Co., 1977.
23 9 Reproductions (1977) of letters from Wallace Stevens to Elsie Viola Stevens, April and May, 1918.
23 10 Writings of others, including Wallace Stevens and Allison Ensor, 1973, 1977.
23 11 Page proof for publication in The Wallace Stevens Journal, Summer 1977.
"Sense of Past / A Sense of Present: Note on a Theme in Nineteenth-Century American Fiction".
23 12 Correspondence with Ethos, 1975 - 1978.
23 13 Page proofs, 1977.
23 14 Reprints of the articles as published in Ethos, Winter 1977.
23 15 "Cry and Occasion: Chocorua to its Neighbor" - Correspondence with The Southern Review, 1977 - 1979.
23 16 "Poet as Historian"- Page proof, 1978.
"Cry and Occasion: Chocorua to its Neighbor".
23 17-18 Correspondence, 1977 - 1979.
23 19 Writings of others - "The Poet as a Reader: Wallace Stevens and His Books" by J.M. Edelstein, 1974.
23 20 Writings of others - "Chocorua as a Symbol in the Poetry of Wallace Stevens" by Anita Lopker, 1977.
23 21 Page proof and proof corrections, 1979.
23 22 Photocopy of the article from The Southern Review, October 1979.
"The Emperor of Ice Cream: A Note on the Occasion".
23 23 Correspondence, photocopies of letters from Wallace Stevens to Elsie Stevens sent from Florida, 1916 - 1922.
23 24 Correspondence, photocopies of letters and transcripts of correspondence between Wallace Stevens and Ferdinand Reyher, 1916 - 1922.
23 25-28 Correspondence, 1977 - 1979.
23 29 Promotional material about the City of Tampa, FL. Includes brochures and photocopy of The Sunland Tribune, 1979.
24 1 Production notes, 1979.
24 2 Proof corrections, 1979.
24 3 Correspondence with the editors of Wallace Stevens Journal, 1979.
"Theory as Ideology; or, the Perils of Pluralism".
24 4 Page proofs, 1979.
24 5 Photocopies of the article as published in Pacific Coast Philology, 1979.
24 6 Correspondence with Fernando Alegria, editor of Pacific Coast Philology, 1979.
"Toward Decreation: Stevens and the 'Theory of Poetry'".
24 7 Correspondence with Princeton University Press, 1975 - 1981.
24 8-9 Page proofs, 1980.
24 10 Reprint of the article as published in Wallace Stevens: A Celebration, 1980.
"Whitman Justified: The Poet in 1855".
24 11 Correspondence with Critical Inquiry, 1980 - 1981.
24 12 Production notes.
24 13 Page proofs, 1981.
24 14 Reprint of the article as published in Critical Inquiry, Autumn 1981.
24 15 Letters of compliment from scholars, 1981.
"Poetry and Progress, Criticism and Culmination: A Cautionary Tale".
24 16-17 Correspondence with Northeastern University Press, 1981 - 1982.
24 18 Page proofs, 1983.
24 19 Reprint of the article as published in The Motive for Metaphor: Essays on Modern Poetry, 1983.
"Nathanial Hawthorne Society Newsletter" - The Tenth Anniversary Issue.
24 20 Correspondence with College of Liberal Arts - Clemson University, 1984.
24 21 Untitled short essay - Page proof, 1984.
24 22 Printed copy containing Pearce's untitled short essay, Fall 1984.
"Yours Truly, Huck Finn".
24 23 Correspondence with University of Missouri - Columbia, 1982 - 1984.
24 24 Page proofs, 1984.
"Cry and Occasion: On Reading Stevens".
25 1 Page proofs, 1989.
25 2 Production notes - Includes transcripts of Stevens' letters to Harriet Monroe, 1919.
25 3 Writings of others - Photocopy of "Stevens' Rock and Criticism as Cure," by J. Hillis Miller as published in Georgia Review, Spring 1976.
25 4 Photocopy of Stevens' medical report from Saint Bridget's Rectory, undated.
25 5 Letter from Donald Wesling, 1983.
Production process.
25 6 Positives and negatives, images of workers in the tobacco factory, 1989.
25 7 Positives and negatives, images of the "Dominion" jar. Includes letter from Glen MacLeod, 1989.
25 8 Slides and print-out, 1989.
25 9 "Romance and the Study of Theory".
25 10 "House of Seven Gables" - Photocopies of page proofs.
25 11 "Humanism, Humanities, Humanist: A Fundamentalist Note".
25 12 "Popular Culture V. Krass Culture: Discovery, Definition, Appraisal" - Page proofs.
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25 13 German Thought and Literature in New England, 1620-1820, by Harold Jantz - Page proof, 1942.
25 14 Henry Adams, or the Creation of Confusion, by Yvor Winters - Page proof, 1943.
25 15 Spencer's Acrasia and the Circle of the Renaissance, by N. Y. Hughes - Page proof, 1943.
25 16 Man and Society: The Scottish Inquiry of the Eighteenth Century, by Gladys Bryson - Page proof, 1945.
25 17 Major American Writers, ed. by Howard Mumford Jones - Page proof and printed copy of the review, 1945.
25 18 First Follow Nature: Primitivism in English Poetry, 1725-1750, by Margaret M. Fitzgerald - Page proof, 1947.
25 19 Articles on American Literature Appearing in Current Periodicals, 1920-1945, ed. by Lewis Leary - Page proof and review, 1947.
25 20 The Circus and the Attic: A Note on the World and Work of R. P. Warren - Page proof, 1947.
25 21-22 Theory of American Literature, by Howard Mumford Jones - Correspondence and page proofs, 1948 - 1950.
25 23 Negro Voices in American Fiction, by Hugh M. Gloster - Page proof and review, 1948.
25 24 James Fenimore Cooper and Ossian, by George Fridin - Page proof and review, 1949.
25 25 Hawthorne's Last Phase, by Edward Hutchins Davidson - Page proofs, 1949.
25 26 Voice of the Old Frontier, by R.W.G. Vail - Page proof, 1951.
25 27 Queen Anne's American Kings, by Richmond P. Bond - Page proofs, 1952.
25 28 Early American Poets, by Louis Untermeyer - Page proof, 1952.
26 1 Articles on American Literature, ed. Lewis Leary - Page proof, review, letter from Johns Hopkins University, and list of omissions and corrections, 1954.
26 2 Hawthorne's Faust: A Study of the Devil Archetype, by William Bysshe Stein - Page proof, 1953.
26 3 American Adam: Innocence, Tragedy, and Tradition in the Nineteenth Century, by R.B.W. Lewis - Page proof, 1955.
26 4 Cycle of American Literature: An Essay in Historical Criticism, by Robert E. Spiller - Page proof and letters from the Virginia Quarterly Review, 1955.
26 5 Ishmael, by James Baird - Page proof and review, 1956.
26 6 Major Romantic Poets, ed. by C. Thoepe, Carlos Baker and B. Weaver; Symbolism from Poe to Mallarme: The Growth of a Myth, by John Bayley; The Romantic Survival: A Study in Poetic Evolution, Essential Books - Page proofs, 1957.
26 7 Eras and Modes in English Poetry, by Josephine Miles; The Function of Criticism: Problems and Exercises, by Yvor Winters - Page proofs, 1957.
26 8 Annotated Index to the Cantos of Ezra Pound: Cantos 1 - LXXXIV, ed. by John H. Edwards and Williams W. Vasse - Page proof, 1957.
26 9 Style and Civilization, by A.L. Kroeber - Page proofs, review, and correspondence with American Quarterly, 1957 - 1958.
26 10 The American Henry James, by Quentin Anderson - Page proof and printed copy of the review, 1957.
26 11 Henry Adams: The Middle Years, by Ernest Samuels; Realist at War: The Mature Years (1885-1920) of William Dean Howells, by Edwin Cady - Page proof.
26 12 "Death of Little Boys" by Allen Tate - Page proofs, reprint of the review, and letter from Allen Tate.
26 13 Evolution of Walt Whitman: The Creation of a Personality, by Rogue Asselineau - Page proof, 1960.
26 14 Selected Letters of Robert Frost, ed. by Lawrance Thompson - Page proof and production notes.
26 15 Form and Fable in American Fiction, by Daniel Hoffman - Page proof and review, 1961.
26 16 Barbarian Within and Other Fugitive Essays and Studies, by Walter J. Ong - Page proof and review, 1963.
26 17 Man's Accidents and God's Purposes, by James K. Folsom - Page proof and review, 1964.
26 18 Poems of Edgar Allan Poe, ed. by Floyd Stovall - Page proof, 1965.
26 19 Leaves of Grass: Comprehensive Reader's Edition, ed. by Harold W. Blodgett and Sculley Bradley - Page proof and correspondence with Bradley, 1965.
26 20 Marianne Moore: An Introduction to the Poetry, by George W. Nitchie - Page proof, 1970.
26 21 Wallace Stevens: Poetry as Life, by Samuel French Morse - Page proof and review, 1970.
26 22 Wallace Stevens: Musing the Obscure, by Ronald Sukenick; Approach to Paterson, by Walter Peterson; Wallace Stevens: The Making of Harmonium, by Robert Huttel; The Edge of the Image: Marianne Moore, William Carols Williams, and Some Other Poets, by Kingsley Weatherhead; Poetry of Hart Crane: A Critical Study, by R.W.B. Lewis - Page proof, 1970.
26 23 Companion to William Carlos Williams' Paterson, by Benjamin Sankey - Page proof and review, 1971.
26 24 Ezra Pound: An Introduction to the Poetry, by Sister Bernetta Quinn - Page proof and review, 1972.
26 25 Regeneration Through Violence: The Mythology of the American Frontier, 1600-1860, by Richard Slotkin - Page proof and review, 1973.
26 26 Short History of American Poetry, by Donald B. Stauffer - Page proof, review, and correspondence with American Literature, 1974.
26 27 Inverted Bell: Modernism and the Counterpoetics of William Carlos Williams, by Joseph N. Riddel - Page proof, review, and letter from Boundary 2, 1974, 1976.
26 28 F. O. Mathieson: The Critical Achievement, by Giles Gunn - Page proof, review, and correspondence with the Journal of Religion, 1976 - 1977.
26 29 Poetic Vision of Robert Penn Warren, by Victor Strandberg - Page proof and review, 1977.
26 30 Republic of Letters: A History of Postwar American Literary Opinion, by Grant Webster - Page proof, review, and correspondence with American Literature, 1979.
26 31 Early American Literature: A Comparatist Approach, by A. Owen Aldridge - Page proof and review, 1982.
26 32 Palm at the End of the Mind: Selected Poems and a Play, ed. by Holly Stevens - Page proof, 1984.
26 33 Hawthorne and the Politics of Judgment - Unidentified review.
26 34 Commentary on The New World as Utopia - Unidentified publication.

EDITORIAL PROJECTS

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26 35 "Mark Twain on King Leopold's Soliloquy" - Correspondence, page proof, and essay reprint, 1952 - 1953.
26 36 Centenary Editions of the Works of Nathaniel Hawthorne - Copies of reviews, 1962.
Whitman, A Collection of Critical Essays.
26 37-39 Correspondence, 1960 - 1962.
26 40 Page proof, biographical appendix, table of contents, chronology and introduction, 1962.
26 41 "Style: From Mysticism to Art," by Roger Asselineau - Page proof, 1961 - 1962.
27 1 "Who would Fardels Bear [?]" - Page proof, reprinted and photocopy of the essay, and letter from The Centennial Review, 1963 - 1964.
27 2 Experience in Novel: Selected Papers from the English Institute - Reviews, 1969.
An Idea of History: Selected Essays of Americo Castro.
27 3 Correspondence between Roy Harvey Pearce and Americo Castro, 1962.
27 4 Correspondence with Stephen Gilman, 1962.
27 5 Letters of support to Pearce's proposal regarding the publication of the selected essays, 1963.
27 6 Correspondence between Ohio State University Press and R.H. Pearce and Stephen Gilman, 1972 - 1974.
27 7 Introduction by Pearce. Galley proof, page proof, and photocopy of the introduction, 1977.
27 8 Letter from Carmen Castro, 1977.
27 9 Review of the book as published in Bulletin of Hispanic Studies, July 1979.
Nathaniel Hawthorne: Tales and Sketches.
27 10 Correspondence with Literary Classics of the United States, 1980 - 1982.
27 11-12 Editorial matter and page proof, 1982.
27 13 Writings of others - "Hawthorne's 'Uncollected Tales': The Problem of Attribution" by Michal Helzman, John Holland, and Cora Agatucci, 1982.
27 14-15 Reviews of the book, 1982.
27 16-17 Promotional material, 1982.
Progress and its Discontents.
27 18-20 Correspondence, 1979 - 1981.
27 21 Page proof, preface and Introduction, 1982.
27 22 Page proof of Joel Colton's "The Idea of Progress in History and Historiography", 1982.
27 23 Page proof of Steven Marcus' "Conceptions of the Self in an Age of Progress", 1982.
27 24 Page proof of Robert C. Elliott's "The Costs of Utopia", 1982.

PUBLISHING AGREEMENTS

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28 1 Act of Mind - Agreement Johns Hopkins University Press and royalty statements, 1965 - 1981.
28 2 The American - Agreement with Houghton Mifflin Company, royalty statements, correspondence, 1962 - 2002.
28 3 Colonial American Writing - Agreement with Rinehart, royalty statements, and letters, 1950 - 1990.
Continuity of American Poetry.
28 4 Princeton University Press, royalty statements, and letters, 1962 - 1985.
28 5 Wesleyan University Press, royalty statements, catalogue, and letters, 1987 - 1989.
28 6 Gesta Humanorum: Studies in Historicist Mode - Agreement with University of Missouri Press, royalty statements, and letter, 1987 - 2001.
28 7 Growth of American Literature: A Critical and Historical Survey - Agreement with American Book Company, royalty statements, and letter, 1956 - 1968.
28 8 Hawthorne Centenary Essays - Agreement with Ohio State University Press and correspondence, 1963 - 1989.
28 9 Historicism Once More: Problems and Occasions for the American Scholar - Agreement with Princeton University Press, royalty statements, and letter, 1969 - 1995.
28 10 Leaves of Grass - Correspondence with Cornell University Press, 1974.
28 11 Savages of America: A Study of the Indian and the Idea of Civilization - Agreement with Johns Hopkins Press, royalty statements, and letters, 1953 - 2003.
Savagism and Civilization.
28 12 Agreement with Syracuse University Press, 1953.
28 13 Agreement with University of California Press, royalty statements, and letters, 1988 - 2006.

TALKS AND READINGS

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28 14 Modern Language Association - Program, lecture draft, newspaper clippings, and letter from Howard Mumford Jones, 1946.
28 15 Bridging the Gap - Broadcast #1091 - University Explorer. Typescript of the broadcast, and correspondence with UC Berkeley Radio Service, 1947 - 1948.
28 16 8th English Institute Session - 09/06-09/10 - New York, 1949 - Program.
28 17 Modern Language Association - Production notes, lecture draft and correspondence, 1951 - 1952.
28 18 28th Annual Meeting of the Central States Anthropological Society - Program and lecture draft, 1952.
28 19 American Indian Ethnohistoric Conference - Letter of invitation and program, 1956.
28 20 Mississippi Valley Historical Association - Correspondence, "A New View of Intellectual History" by John Greene, commentary on Greene's paper, Pearce's reading draft, 1956.
28 21 Modern Language Association - Lecture draft and production notes, 1957.
28 22 American Studies as a Discipline. First meeting of American Studies Association, Ohio-Indiana, March Program, 1955.
General Topics 6 - Criticism and History.
28 23 Speech draft, correspondence with Guy Cordwell, 1956 - 1958.
28 24 "History, Criticism, and Teaching" by Norman Maclean, "Criticism Outside History" by Robert Niess - Page proofs, 1957.
13th Annual National Conference on Teacher Education and Professional Standards.
28 25 Conference newsletters, printed invitation, and lecture draft, 1958.
28 26 Correspondence with National Education Association, 1958.
28 27 Modern Language Association - Speech draft and correspondence with MLA, 1958.
28 28 Symposium: Implications of Nuclear Weapons Testing - Speech draft, letters from scholars, 1958.
28 29 Modern Language Association - Program and correspondence with MLA, 1959.
28 30 St. Louis Suburban Teachers Association, 10th Annual Conference - Program, newsletters, speech draft, correspondence with SLSTA, and ACLS newsletter, 1959.
28 31 Lecture at University of Notre Dame - Correspondence, 1959.
29 1 Senior Seminar, Antioch College - Mimeograph of the program, fragment of lecture draft, and correspondence, 1961.
29 2 Turnbell Lectures, Johns Hopkins University - Lecturer's typescript, 1961.
29 3 Conference on the Languages of the Humanistic Studies - Photocopy and typescript of the speech, 1968.
29 4 Modern Language Association - Fragment of speech, 1970.
29 5 1975 Annual Meeting, AAA - Newsletter 9, 1974.
29 6 Christopher Longest Lectures - Program, photocopy of the speech, and correspondence, 1975.
29 7 UCSD Commencement - Photocopy of the speech, 1975.
29 8 PCB/AHA - Lecture draft, photocopies of papers given by Lewis Saum, Anne McLeod, and Mary McDougall Gordon, 1976.
29 9 Walt Whitman in 1978 - A Symposium - Program and correspondence with Rider College, 1978.
29 10 Friends of the UCSD Library Lecture - "Editing Hawthorne or How to Tell Write from Wrong." Production material, newspaper clipping, and program, 1979.
Colloquium: "Approaches to Literature".
29 11 Correspondence with University of Southern California, and program, 1980 - 1981.
29 12 Writings of others - Includes abstract of talk by Ralph W. Rader and essays by Stanley Fish, Jay Schleusener and Ralph W. Rader as published in Critical Inquiry, 1975 - 1981.
29 13 Phi Beta Kappa - Photocopy of the speech and correspondence, 1980 - 1982.
29 14 Centennial Perspectives on Huckleberry Finn: The Boy, His Book, and American Culture - Program, 1985.
29 15 Literacy and Liberation: The American Scholar in 1986 - Draft and final version of the speech.
29 16 Mass Culture and Mass Education, UCLA - Lecture draft, production notes, and correspondence with, 1960.
29 17 Popular Culture v. Mass Culture: Discovery, Definition, Appraisal - Mimeograph copy of the lecture, 1959.
29 18 CLCC - Speech draft, 1960.
29 19 Conference on College Composition and Communication - Program and correspondence, 1960.
29 20 Mass Culture, lecture at Kent State University - Correspondence, 1960.
29 21 19th Session of The English Institute - Program and correspondence, 1959 - 1960.
29 22 Conference on New Criticism - Program, production notes, and correspondence, 1960 - 1961.
29 23 19th Annual Conference of the National Committee of Art Education - Program, lecture draft and correspondence, 1961.
Conference in Modern Literature.
29 24 Program, speech draft, and correspondence, 1960 - 1961.
29 25 Photocopies of the papers given by Frederick J. Hoffman and Walter J. Ong, 1961.
29 26 History of Ideas Club - Speech drafts and correspondence, 1960 - 1961.

TEACHING MATERIALS

Class Materials

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30 1 English 130A - Includes syllabi, lecture notes, and exams, 1946.
30 2 English 615 - Includes syllabi, reading lists, exams, and reserve list, 1946 - 1952.
30 3 English 130C - Includes syllabi, course descriptions, library reserve lists, bibliographies, lecture notes, and exams, 1947 - 1949.
30 4 English 30 - Introduction to Modern American Poetry. Lecture notes, 1948.
30 5 English 609 - Syllabi, reading lists, library reserve lists, final exam, lecture notes, and a paper entitled, "Montaigne; or, the Skeptic", 1950 - 1957.
30 6 English 615 -Includes syllabi, reading lists, exams, library reserve submission guide, lecture notes followed by bibliographies, and course elaboration notes, 1951 - 1960.
30 7 English 610 - Includes syllabi, chronology, exam, lecture notes, and letter from E.P. Dutton and Co., 1951 - 1952.
30 8 English 241B - Syllabus, 1954 - 1955.
30 9 English 710 - Includes bibliography, supplementary bibliographies, and lecture notes, 1955.
30 10 English 728 - Studies in Twentieth-Century Fiction. Course description and reading list, 1956.
30 11 English 510 - Includes syllabi, bibliography, reading lists, lecture notes, and exams, 1956 - 1963.
30 12 English 511 - Syllabus, schedule, exams, reading list, and lecture notes, 1957 - 1962.
30 13 English 727 - Syllabi, reading lists, library reserve lists, lecture notes, and exams, 1957 - 1958.
30 14 Anthropology 633 - Dynamics of American Culture. Reading list and letter to Harvard University, 1958.
30 15 English 690 - Reading list, copy of revisions for problem sessions, exam, report on final exam, and registration form, 1960 - 1963.
30 16 American Studies 92 - The Artist in American Society. Syllabi, reading lists and suggested readings, 1962.
30 17 English 246 - Victorian Texts, 1854-1871. Syllabus and reading list, 1970.
30 18 English 601- American Intellectual and Literary Origins. Syllabus.
30 19 English 310 - Reading list, library reserve list, and lecture notes.
30 20 World Literature (OSU) - Reading list.

Lecture Notes - Topics

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30 21 1962: Notes of a visiting provincial - Lecture drafts.
30 22 20th Century Southern Writing.
30 23 American Criticism and American Culture - Includes lecture draft, photocopy of "American Poetry and the American Conscience," notes, and newspaper clippings.
30 24 American Poetry: 1885-1915.
30 25 Crisis in American Education.
30 26 Exquisites in the 20s - Lecture and production notes.
30 27 Freudism.
30 28 Gilded Age.
32 29 Historical Imagination in America.
30 30 History: 1825-1850.
30 31 Imagism.
30 32 Naturalism/Realism.
31 1 New England Renaissance - General.
31 2 New Humanism.
31 3 New Poetry - Lecture draft.
31 4 Poetry and Progress - Lecture typescript and bulletin of The American Academy of Arts and Sciences, October 1977.
31 5 Southern Writers - Notes.
31 6 Toward a Theory of History of Joleous - Notes and promotional material for "The Myth of Rags to Riches".

Lecture Notes - Authors

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31 7 Adams, Hewey.
31 8 Andersen.
31 9 Brooks, Van W.
31 10 Cather, W.
31 11 Crane, Hart - Includes lecture notes, "The Bridge" by William L. Tazewell, and "Hart Crane, The Bridge and MacLeish, Conquistador," unidentified author.
31 12 Crane, Stephen.
31 13 Cummings, E. E.
31 14 Dos Passos, John.
31 15 Dreiser, Theodore.
31 16 Eliot, T. S. - Includes photocopy of "Notes on Reading Some Poems of Eliot" by Pearce.
31 17 Emerson.
31 18 Faulkner, William - Includes copy of "McCoslin-Edmonds," McCoslins geneology chart, Chickasau "Men" geneology chart, "Notes on the Episode in The Sound and the Fury Part 1," geneology of the Compson family.
31 19 Fitzgerald, F. Scott.
31 20 Harte, Bret.
31 21 Frost, Robert.
31 22 Hawthorne, Nathaniel - Includes "Notes on The Scarlet Letter" by R. H. Pearce, "An Ambiguity of Sin or Sorrow" by Richard H. Fogle.
31 23 Hemingway, Ernest.
31 24 Howells, William D.
31 25 James, Hewey.
31 26 Lewis, Sinclair.
31 27 Mather, Colin.
31 28 Melville, Herman - Includes printed copy of The Melville Society Newsletter, copy of "A Note on Moby-Dick," and copy of "The Hawthorne-Melville Relationships" by E. Knoff.
31 29 Mencken, H. L. - Typescript of "The Booboisie: Mencken and Lewis".
31 30 Noreis, Frank.
31 31 Moore, Marianne.
31 32 O'Neill, Eugene - Typescript of "Eugene O'Neill and the American Theatre".
31 33 Poe, Edgar A.
31 34 Pound, Ezra - Includes untitled typescript.
31 35 Robinsen, E. A.
31 36 Sandburg, Carl.
31 37 Stein, Gertrude.
31 38 Steinbeck, John - Includes printed copy of "Steinbeck and The Biological View of Man" by Frederick Bracher.
31 39 Stevens, Wallace.
31 40 Twain, Mark - Includes memorandum, 1968.
31 41 Wharton, Edith.
31 42 Whitman, Walt.
31 43 Wolfe, Thomas.

MISCELLANEOUS

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31 44 Humanism Studies - Notes and fragment of "Science and Humanities in Education".
31 45 Dissertation subjects.
31 46 James as naturalist - Notes.
31 47 Literature as idea - Notes.
31 48 List of essays on the analysis and understanding of literature.
31 49 Miscellaneous - Includes notes, poems, fragments, newspaper clippings, photocopy of Letter XLVII.
31 50 MLA Projects - Notes.
31 51 Naturalism - Notes.
31 52-53 Poems - Photocopies and typescripts.
31 54 Poems and fragments, promotional material for the Kenyon Review.
31 55 Popular Culture - Includes project about course on the history of mass communication in The Annenberg School of Communications and memorandum.
31 56 Romance in 19th Century America - Notes.
31 57 Transformation of Academy - Draft.
31 58 What the Thunder Said: Three Translations in the American - Notes.
31 59 Whitman - Notes.
31 60 Ph.D. exam questions.

MANUSCRIPT READING REPORTS

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32 1 Cambridge University Press, 1975 - 1980.
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32 2 Harvard University Press, 1966 - 1978.
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32 3 Johns Hopkins Press.
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32 4 Ohio State University Press, 1963 - 1981.
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32 5 Princeton University Press, 1966 - 1989.
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32 6 University of California Press, 1966 - 1989.
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32 7 University of Tennessee Press, 1971 - 1981.
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32 8 University of Washington Press, 1965 - 1974.
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32 9-10 Various presses, 1967 - 1992.
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ORIGINALS OF PRESERVATION PHOTOCOPIES

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33 1-4 From boxes 11-33.
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Finding aid generated: 2012-11-14