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Subseries 2.4
Short prose
Boxes 150-156

Box Folder Content
150 1 "AAAA Speech"
150 2 "Address to the S.C. Academy of Authors: Henry Timrod"
150 3 "Address to the South Carolina Legislature, 8 May 1990"
150 4 "Advertising Background"
150 5 "African Queen: Comment by James Dickey"
- - Agee, James [See: "African Queen"]
- - Aiken, Conrad [See: "The Language of the Brain" and "A Goldmine of Consciousness"
150 6 "Allen Ginsburg, His Audience and the Assumption of Virtue"
150 7 Alternative Worlds by Valerie Wohfeld, Introduction
150 8 American Poetry after 1945, Introduction
- - "Apple Tree" [See: Southern Living]
- - Ashbery, John [See: "Reviews published in various sources: 1950s-1960s"]
150 9 "Auden I"
- - Barbellion, W.N.P. [See: "Life-Light, Dying Greatly"]
150 10 "Barnstorming for Poetry"
- - Bartram, William [See: "Cerulian Ixea . . ."]
- - Baudelaire, Charles [See: "Vast and Small Properties"]
150 11 Bears Dancing in the Northern Air by Jacox Kyle, Foreword
150 12 Belitt, Ben and John Frederick Nims, Introduction [See also: "Three American Poets"]
- - Berrigan, Daniel [See: "Reviews published in various sources: 1950s-1960s"]
- - Berry, Wendell [See: "Comment for Sierra Club Books"]
150 13 Berryman, John, notes for untitled essay [See also: "Orientations"]
150 14 "Blind Snow, Warm Water," publication excerpt from Alnilam
150 15 "Blow-Job on Rattlesnakes"
- - "Blue Ridge Mountains" [See: Southern Living]
150 16 "Body, Backstretch, and the Outside Man: Why Men Drive"
- - Boyd, Thomas [See: Through the Wheat]
150 17 "Boys of the River-God"
- - Braun, Richard [See: "Poetry's New Search for Consequence"]
150 18 Brother Antonius/James Dickey exchange concerning Dickey's review of The Crooked Lines of God by Brother Antonius
- - Burden, Jean [See: "Vast and Small Properties"]
- - Burke, Kenneth [See: "Some of All of It"]
- - Burnshaw, Stanley [See: "How the Body Sings . . ." and The Total Act]
- - "Cades Cove" [See: Southern Living]
- - Call of the Wild, White Fang, and Other Stories, Introduction by JD [See: "Jack London, Wolves, Dogs, and the Blood-Heat of the Zero Situation"]
- - Cane, Melville [See: "Orientations"]
150 19 The Central Motion, Introduction [Preface]
150 20 "Cerulian Ixea, the Illuminated Plains, Gnaphalium, the Absolute Crocodile and the Wondrous Machine"
150 21 "Charles Bronson: The Silence Under the Fist"
150 22 Cheever, John and Reynolds Price, Introduction
150 23 Cities of Memory by E.C. Hinsey, Foreword
150 24 "Comment for Sierra Club Books" re Wendell Berry
151 1 "Compassionate Classicist," rev. of This Blessed Earth and Afternoon by John Hall Wheelock Afternoon by John Hall Wheelock
151 2 Complete Short Stories of Thomas Wolfe, Foreword
151 3 "Computerized Rape and the Vale of Soul-Making"
- - Connor, Tony [See: "Voices Loud and Soft"]
151 4 "Control and Union"
151 5 "Conversations with South Carolina Poets"
151 6 "Crane Introduction"
- - Crane, Stephen [See: "Sky Was Filled with Armies" and "Crane Introduction"]
151 7 "The Criticism of Richard Eberhart"
151 8 "Cross-currents," typescript notes
- - Crunk, Tony [See: "Tony Crunk Introduction"]
- - Cunningham, J.V. [See: "Orientations"]
- - Curnow, Allen [See: "Poetic Secretaries and Freebooters"]
151 9 "D.H. Lawrence"
151 10 "Dead Heroes and Their Lives: Theodore Roethke and Allan Seager," rev. of The Glass House, by Allan Seager
151 11 "Deborah as Scion"
151 12 "Delights of the Edge"
- - Derwood, Gene [See: "Some of All of It"]
151 13 "Dialogue at the Crossroads"
151 14 The Donner Party by George Keithley, review
- - Duncan, Robert [See: "Orientations"]
151 15 [Eberhart reviews], Grace Abounding and The Quarry by Richard Eberhart The Quarry by Richard Eberhart
- - Eberhart, Richard [See: "Criticism of Richard Eberhart"]
151 16 "Edwin Muir: The World as Island"
- - "Eight Presences" [See: "Conversations with South Carolina Poets"]
151 17 "Energies of Exile," rev. of Collected Poems, by Derek Walcott
- - Everson, R.G. [See: "Vast and Small Properties"]
151 18 "Excellently Bright"
152 1 "The Eye of the Fire"
152 2 "The Eyes of the Egg"
152 3 "Ezra Pound: What We Can Use"
152 4 "Ezra Pound: What We Can Use"
152 5 "The Fantasy Life"
152 6 "The Fear of Nature"
- - Field, Edward [See: "Voices Loud and Soft"]
152 7 "Fine Arts: The College and the Community"
- - First and Last Things [See: "Vast and Small Properties"]
- - Fjelde, Rolf [See: "Vast and Small Properties"]
- - Fitzgerald, F. Scott [See: "Some Sort of Epic Grandeur"]
152 8 "Floating on the Floor"
152 9 "Four Points of a New Compass"
152 10 "Frantic to Overtake Himself," rev. of Jack: A Biography of Jack London, by Andrew Sinclair
- - Freeman, Arthur [See: "Reviews published in various sources: 1950s-1960s"]
- - Frost, Robert [See: "Robert Frost Story Reconsidered"]
- - Frumkin, Gene [See: "Vast and Small Properties"]
152 11 "Garrett Introduction"
- - Garrett, George [See: "Reviews published in various sources: 1950s-1960s"]
152 12 "Geek of Poetry," rev. of Letters of Vachel Lindsay
152 13 "General Background"
152 14 "The G.I. Can of Beets, The Fox in the Wave, and the Hammer Over Open Ground,"
- - Ginsberg, Allen [See: "Allen Ginsberg, His Audience, and the Assumption of Virtue"]
152 15 "Give Down and Outrage: the Poetry of the Last Straw"
- - Gladding, Jody [See: Stone Crop]
152 16 "A Gold-Mine of Consciousness," review of Sheepfold Hill by Conrad Aiken
- - Goodreau, William [See: "New Voices from All Over" and "Reviews published in various sources: 1950s-1960s"]
- - Graham, W.S. [See: "Some of All of It"]
152 17 "Grass Mountain Kid"
- - Graves, Robert [See: "Vast and Small Properties"]
- - Gullans, Charles [See: "Poetry's New Search for Consequence"]
- - Guthrie, Woody [See: "Seeds of Man"]
- - Hall, Carol [See: "Reviews published in various sources: 1950s-1960s"]
- - Hall, Donald [See: "Orientations"]
153 1 "Hall-Stafford Introduction"
153 2 Hands of the Saddlemaker by Nicholas Samaras, Foreword
153 3 "Hart Crane and the Peripheral in Poetry"
- - Hinsey, E.C. [See: Cities of Memory]
- - Hodgson, Ralph [See: "Vast and Small Properties"]
- - Holmes, Theodore [See: "Reviews published in various sources: 1950s-1960s"]
- - Honig, Edwin [See: "Some of All of It"]
- - Hopkins, Gerard Manley [See: "Wreck of the Deutschland"]
- - Hoskins, Katherine [See: "Two Poets"]
153 4 "How Can You Possibly . . ."
153 5 "How the Body Sings (Speaks) from Its Depths," rev. of Stanley Burnshaw's In the Terrified Radiance
153 6 "I Thought of Troy," rev. of Memoirs and Opinions 1926-1974 by Allen Tate
- - Ignatow, David [See: "Some of All of It"]
153 7 "Images of the South in the Media: Some Personal Remarks"
153 8 "In Pursuit of the Grey Soul"
153 9 "Intelligence as Joy," rev. of Tell Me, Tell Me by Marianne Moore
153 10 "Jack London, Wolves, Dogs, and the Blood-Heat of the Zero Situation"
- - Jarrell, Randall [See: "Orientations" and see also: "Some of All of It"]
- - Jeffers, Robinson [See: "Vast and Small Properties"]
- - Jennings, Elizabeth [See: "Poetic Secretaries and Freebooters"]
- - Keithley, George [See: The Donner Party]
153 11 Kinnell, Galway, Introduction
- - Kinsella, Thomas [See: "Reviews published in various sources: 1950s-1960s"]
- - Kumin, Maxine [See: "Reviews published in various sources: 1950s-1960s"]
- - Kyle, Jacox [See: Bears Dancing in the Northern Air]
153 12 "Language of the Brain," rev. of The Morning Song of Lord Zero, by Conrad Aiken
- - Lawrence, D.H. [See: "D.H.Lawrence"]
- - Legler, Philip [See: "New Voices from All Over"]
153 13 Letter for publication in Southpoint [ca.1990]
153 14 Letter to the Editor [published in Time 6 October 1980]
- - L'Heureux, John [See: "Two Poets"]
153 15 "Life-Light, Dying Greatly", rev. of W.N.P. Barbellion's Journals and Diaries
153 16 "Lightnings or Visuals" [SAMLA address, 13 November 1991]
- - Lindsay, Vachel [See: "The Geek of Poetry"]
154 1 " Listening to America," rev. of Listening to America by Bill Moyers
- - Logan, John [See: "Note on the Poetry of John Logan"]
- - London, Jack [See: "Frantic to Overtake Himself"; and see also: "Jack London, Wolves, Dogs, and the Blood-Heat of the Zero Situation"]
154 2 "Loud and Soft"
154 3 "Low Country: Litchfield Plantation, Pawley's Island, South Carolina"
- - McGrath, Thomas [See: "Some of All of It"]
154 4 "MacNeice" [Louis]
- - Meredith, William [See: "Orientations"]
- - Merrill, James [See: "Reviews published in various sources: 1950s-1960s"]
154 5 "Metaphor as Pure Adventure" [1 of 2]
154 6 "Metaphor as Pure Adventure" [2 of 2]
154 7 Miles, Josephine and Elder Olson, Introduction
- - Millay, Edna St. Vincent [See: Millay, Norma]
154 8 Millay, Norma, Introduction
- - Miller, Henry, [See: "Phillip Wylie and Henry Miller: A Random Comparison"
154 9 "The Missing All" [Graduation address, University of Ark., May, 1994]
- - Moore, Marianne [See: "Intelligence as Joy"]
- - Morse, Samuel French [See: Reviews published in various sources: 1950s-1960s]
154 10 "Mortality for One: Bamboo, the Gazelle, and the Packing of the Emerald"
- - Moyers, Bill [See: "Listening to America"]
- - Muir, Edwin [See: "Edwin Muir: The World as Island"]
154 11 "My Mind and Your Words" [Oglethorpe commencement address]
- - Nathan, Leonard [See: "Voices Loud and Soft"]
154 12 [Natural Heritage book], Introduction
154 13 "The Nature of Creativeness"
154 14 "New Styles and Old"]
- - Nemerov, Howard [See: "Some of All of It"]
154 15 "New Voices from All Over," rev. of In My Father's House, by William Goodreau; A Change of View, by Philip Legler; Western Time, by Keith Wright; and Selected Poems, by Derek Walcott A Change of View, by Philip Legler; Western Time, by Keith Wright; and Selected Poems, by Derek Walcott
- - Nims, John Frederick [See: Ben Belitt; and see also: "Three American Poets"]
154 16 "Note on the Poetry of John Logan," rev. of Ghosts of the Heart, by John Logan
- - Olson, Elder [See: Miles, Josephine, Introduction]
154 17 "Opening Remarks to Press Conference for Spring Books"
154 18 "Orientations," rev. of Lost World, by Randall Jarrell; 77 Dream Songs, by John Berryman; To What Strangers, What Welcome, by J.V. Cunningham; Selected Poems, by Louis Simpson; Wreck of the Thresher, by William Meredith; A Roof of Tiger Lilies, by Donald Hall; To Build a Fire, by Melville Cane; and Roots and Branches, by Robert Duncan 77 Dream Songs, by John Berryman; To What Strangers, What Welcome, by J.V. Cunningham; Selected Poems, by Louis Simpson; Wreck of the Thresher, by William Meredith; A Roof of Tiger Lilies, by Donald Hall; To Build a Fire, by Melville Cane; and Roots and Branches, by Robert Duncan
154 19 Osiris at the Roller Derby, Foreword by James Dickey
154 20 "Oyster-Flats and the Balance of their Folk"
- - Pack, Robert [See: "Poetic Secretaries and Freebooters"]
- - Perse, St.John [See: "Reviews published in various sources: 1950s-1960s"]
154 21 "Patriotism," [JD's prize-winning essay, original draft]
154 22 "Phillip Wylie and Henry Miller: A Random Comparison"
- - Pillin, William [See: "Reviews published in various sources: 1950s-1960s"]
- - Plimpton, George [See: Untitled]
154 23 "Poems for the Opening World"
154 24 "The Poet and Imagination"
154 25 "The Poet and Memory"
154 26 "Poet Turns on Himself"
154 27 "Poetic Secretaries and Freebooters"
154 28 "The Poetic Sixth Sense"
154 29 "Poetry's New Search for Consequence," rev. of Children Passing, by Richard Braun; All My Pretty Ones, by Anne Sexton; Arrivals and Departures, by Charles Gullans All My Pretty Ones, by Anne Sexton; Arrivals and Departures, by Charles Gullans
154 30 "The Poet's Voice"
154 31 Price, Reynolds, Introduction; [See also: Cheever, John
154 32 "Project Notes"
154 33 "The Promised Fire," galley proofs w/ related correspondence
154 34 "The Raising Up"
154 35 "Redneck Radiance: An Assemblage"
154 36 "Reflections on Crystal Radio Sets, etc."
154 37 Reviews published in various sources, 1950s-1960s: The Scattered Causes by Samuel French Morse, Passage After Midnight by William Pillin, The Royal Tiger's Face by Marvin Solomon, Weep Before God by John Wain, An American Takes a Walk by Reed Whittemore, Antennas of Science by Ernest Sandeen, Some Trees, by John Ashbery, Time Without Number by Daniel Berrigan, The Many Islands by William Goodreau, Apollonism Poems by Arthur Freeman, Poems and Translations by Thomas Kinsella, Poets of Today IV by Holmes, Garrett, Wallace, The Country of a Thousand Years of Peace by James Merrill, Mountain, Fire, Thornbush by Harvey Shapiro, Portrait of Your Niece and Other Poems by Carol Hall, Halfway by Maxine Kumin, Chronique by Perse St.John Passage After Midnight by William Pillin, The Royal Tiger's Face by Marvin Solomon, Weep Before God by John Wain, An American Takes a Walk by Reed Whittemore, Antennas of Science by Ernest Sandeen, Some Trees, by John Ashbery, Time Without Number by Daniel Berrigan, The Many Islands by William Goodreau, Apollonism Poems by Arthur Freeman, Poems and Translations by Thomas Kinsella, Poets of Today IV by Holmes, Garrett, Wallace, The Country of a Thousand Years of Peace by James Merrill, Mountain, Fire, Thornbush by Harvey Shapiro, Portrait of Your Niece and Other Poems by Carol Hall, Halfway by Maxine Kumin, Chronique by Perse St.John
- - Rich, Adrienne [See: "Poetic Secretaries and Freebooters"]
154 38 "Robert Frost Story Reconsidered"
- - Robert Penn Warren's Courage [See: "Tough and Mystical"]
- - Roethke, Theodore [See: "Dead Heroes and Their Lives" and "Theodore Roethke"]
- - Sackler, Howard [See: "Some of All of It"]
- - Samaras, Nicholas [See: Hands of the Saddlemaker]
- - Sandeen, Ernest [See: "Reviews published in various sources: 1950s-1960s"]
155 1 " Seeds of Man," rev of Seeds of Man, by Woody Guthrie
- - Seidel, Frederick [See: "Vast and Small Properties"; and see also: "Voices Loud and Soft"]
155 2 "Self as Agent"
155 3 "Sennacherib"
- - Sexton, Anne [See: "Poetry's New Search for Consequence"]
- - Shapiro, Harvey [See: "Reviews published in various sources: 1950s-1960s"]
- - "Shell Roads" [See: "Excellently Bright"]
155 4 "Shinto: Enrichment in Wood"
- - Simmons, Joe Edgar [See: Osiris]
- - Simpson, Louis [See: "Orientations"]
- - Sinclair, Andrew [See: "Frantic to Overtake Himself"]
155 5 "Sky Was Filled with Armies," rev. of Stephen Crane: Poetry and Prose
- - Solomon, Marvin [See: "Reviews published in various sources: 1950s-1960s"]
155 6 "Some of All of It," rev. of Figures from a Double World, by Thomas McGrath; Gentle Weight Lifter, by David Ignatow; Want My Shepherd, by Howard Sackler; Moral Circus, by Edwin Honig; Dry Sun, Dry Wind, by David Wagoner; Book of Moments, by Kenneth Burke; Poems of Gene Derwood; Salt Garden, by Howard Nemerov; Nightfishing, by W.S. Graham; Selected Poems, by Randall Jarrell Gentle Weight Lifter, by David Ignatow; Want My Shepherd, by Howard Sackler; Moral Circus, by Edwin Honig; Dry Sun, Dry Wind, by David Wagoner; Book of Moments, by Kenneth Burke; Poems of Gene Derwood; Salt Garden, by Howard Nemerov; Nightfishing, by W.S. Graham; Selected Poems, by Randall Jarrell
155 7 "Some Sort of Epic Grandeur"
155 8 "The Son, the Cave, and the Burning Bush"
155 9 "The South Beheld"
155 10 Southern Living: 25th anniversary issue essays ["Apple Tree", "Cades Cove", "Blue Ridge Mountains"]
155 11 Spender, Stephen, Introduction
155 12 "Spinning the Crystal Ball: Some Guesses at the Future of American Poetry"
- - Stafford, William [See: "Hall-Stafford Introduction"]
155 13 "Starting from Buckhead"
- - Stevens, Wallace [See: "Wallace Stevens' Fine Letters"]
155 14 "The Stillness at the Center of the Target"
155 15 Stone Crop by Jody Gladding, Introduction
155 16 "Submission: the New Virginity"
155 17 "Tacloban"
- - Tate, Allen [See: "I Thought of Troy"]
155 18 Taylor, Peter and John Updike, Introduction
155 19 "That Language of the Brain," rev. of The Morning Song of Lord Zero by Conrad Aiken
155 20 "Theodore Roethke," rev. of Sequence, Sometimes Metaphysical by Theodore Roethke
155 21 "Three American Poets: On Creating and Translating Poetry"
155 22 "Through the Loft"
155 23 "Through the Mesh: The Poetry of James Wright"
155 24 Through the Wheat, by Thomas Boyd, Afterword by JD
155 25 To the White Sea: excerpt for Playboy [September 1993], uncorrected first galleys w/ uncorrected correspondence
155 26 "Tony Crunk Introduction"
155 27 The Total Act by Stanley Burnshaw, Introduction
155 28 "Tough and Mystical," rev. of Being Here, by Robert Penn Warren
155 29 "Two Days in September," [prepublication excerpt from Deliverance], proofs
155 30 "Two Poets," rev. of John L'Heureux's Rubrics for a Revolution and Katherine Hoskins' ExcursionsExcursions
156 1 "Under the Social Surface"
156 2 "The University, the New Student, the New Literature"
156 3 "Unstoppable Fantasy on Free Will Spoken in Chorus by Common Rocks"
156 4 Untitled [ Alnilam and Crux Meridonis] Crux Meridonis]
156 5 Untitled [Cozzens, James Gould]
156 6 Untitled [Hugo, Richard]
156 7 Untitled [South Carolina]
156 8 Untitled [University of South Carolina commencement speech?]
156 9 Untitled
156 10 Untitled
156 11 Untitled
156 12 Untitled
156 13 Untitled
156 14 Untitled
156 15 Untitled
156 16 Untitled
156 17 Untitled [George Plimpton]
156 18 Untitled [Stephen Spender]
- - Updike, John [See: Taylor, Peter]
156 19 "Upthrust and its Men"
156 20 "Vast and Small Properties," rev. of The Hawk and the Lizard, by Gene Frumkin; The Imaged Word, by Rolf Fjelde; Blind Man's Holiday, by R.G. Everson; Final Solutions, by Frederick Seidel; Naked in the Glass, by Jean Burden; New Poems, by Robert Graves; Affinities, by Vernon Watkins; Beginning and the End, by Robinson Jeffers; Collected Poems, by Ralph Hodgson; Collected Later Poems, by William Carlos Williams; and The Flowers of Evil, by Charles Baudelaire The Imaged Word, by Rolf Fjelde; Blind Man's Holiday, by R.G. Everson; Final Solutions, by Frederick Seidel; Naked in the Glass, by Jean Burden; New Poems, by Robert Graves; Affinities, by Vernon Watkins; Beginning and the End, by Robinson Jeffers; Collected Poems, by Ralph Hodgson; Collected Later Poems, by William Carlos Williams; and The Flowers of Evil, by Charles Baudelaire
156 21 "Visions in the Invisible Dimension"
156 22 "Voices Loud and Soft," rev. of Final Solutions, by Frederick Seidel; Glad and Sorry Seasons, by Leonard Nathan; With Love Somehow, by Tony Connor; Blood and Milk Poems, by Ruth Whitman; and Stand Up, Friend, With Me, by Edward Field Glad and Sorry Seasons, by Leonard Nathan; With Love Somehow, by Tony Connor; Blood and Milk Poems, by Ruth Whitman; and Stand Up, Friend, With Me, by Edward Field
- - Wagoner, David [See: "Some of All of It"]
- - Wain, John [See: "Reviews published in various sources: 1950s-1960s"]
- - Walcott, Derek [See: "Energies of Exile"; and see also: "New Voices from All Over"]
- - Wallace, Robert [See: "Reviews published in various sources: 1950s-1960s"]
156 23 "Wallace Stevens' Fine Letters," rev. of Letters of Wallace Stevens
- - Warren, Robert Penn [See: "Tough and Mystical"]
156 24 [ The Water-Bug's Mittens], photocopied proof w/ related correspondence
- - Watkins, Vernon [See: "Vast and Small Properties"]
156 25 "Ways and Means"
156 26 "The Weather of the Valley" [USC commencement address, 1995]
- - What the Angels Missed [See: "Intelligence as Joy"]
- - Wheelock, John Hall [See: "Compassionate Classicist"]
- - Whitman, Ruth [See: "Voices Loud and Soft"]
- - Whittemore, Reed [See: "Reviews published in various sources: 1950s-1960s"]
156 27 "Why I Live Where I Live"
156 28 "Why I Live Where I Live"
- - Why Men Drive [See: Body, Backstretch and the Outside Man]
156 29 "The Wild Heart"
- - Williams, William Carlos [See: "Vast and Small Properties"]
156 30 "With Rivers"
- - Wohlfeld, Valerie [See: Alternative Worlds]
- - Worlds of a Cosmic Castaway [See: "Energies of Exile"]
156 31 "Wreck of the Deutschland"
- - Wright, James [See: "Through the Mesh" and "Give Dowwn and Outrage: the Poetry of the Last Straw"]
- - Wright, Keith [See: "New Voices from All Over"]
- - Wylie, Phillip [See: "Phillip Wylie and Henry Miller A Random Comparison"]
156 32 Yevtushenko, Yevgeny, Introduction
- - Young American Poets, Introduction [See: "The Son, the Cave, and the Burning Bush"]
156 33 "Your Next-Door Neighbor's Poems"
156 34 Unidentified fragments [notes for readings?]
156 35 Unidentified fragment
156 36 Unidentified fragments
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