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Subseries 2.2f
Miscellaneous prose, 1981-2000
Box 110

Scope and Content Note

The section consists of manuscript and typescript drafts of miscellaneous prose written by Anthony Hecht from 1981-2000 including notes, letters to the editor, unidentified prose fragments, and blurbs. The majority of the work is undated and untitled.

Arrangement Note

Arranged in alphabetical order

Box Folder Content
110 1 After Experience by W.D. Snodgrass, comment by Hecht, copied TS
110 2 "Annual Report," [Library of Congress, Consultant in Poetry], TS
110 3 Blurbs: endorsements of books and people, dedications, evaluations, MS, TS
110 4 City Secrets, Hecht's contribution to the guides: on Rome, TS
110 5 "Comentary on Eliot," notes, TS
110 6 Description of Annabelle Philpotts House, Smith College House Tour brochure, 1981 TS 1, 2
110 7 Description of "Meditation," TS with notes [two drafts]
110 8 Doctrine of the Mask, TS
110 9 "The Fall of Rome," by W.H. Auden, Hecht's holograph notes
110 10 Fragments of prose, TS
110 11 James Merrill portrait, draft TS
110 12 Letters to the editor, 1984-2000, TS
110 13 "Lawrence A. Cremin," notes, TS
110 14 Literary notes, MS and TS
110 15 Marianne Moore, notes, TS
110 16 "Poets/ Critics," notes, TS
110 17 Poetry as a Form of Knowledge, master's thesis, draft 1, TS
110 18 Poetry as a Form of Knowledge, master's thesis, draft 2, TS
110 19 "The Presumption of Death," Hecht's comment, TS
110 20 Shakespeare discussion at the National Press Club, notes, TS
110 21 "Time Being," notes regarding "For the Time Being: A Christmas Oratorio," by W.H. Auden, TS
110 22 Untitled humorous short story set in fourteenth century Rome, TS
110 23 "The Vow," statement about, from The Poet's Choice, edited by Paul Engle and Joseph Langland, The Dial Press, 1962
110 24 Wat (Walter) Tyler, notes, TS