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Series 3
Other writings
Boxes 45 - 48a

Scope and Content Note

This subseries includes relatively small amounts of material related to Floyd Watkins' other writing projects. Those projects represented here include: The Death of Art, "Effective Writing," The Literature of the South, A New Anthology of American Literature (proposed), Practical English Handbook, an article on Paul Tatsuguchi, Some Poems and Some Talk About Poetry, Southern Women Writers (proposed), Writer to Writer (proposed), and a number of speeches and talks.

Arrangement Note

Organized into Writings, Speeches, and Published articles.

Writings
Box Folder Content
45 1 The Death of Art
45 2 "Effective Writing": sound recording
45 3 "Effective Writing": sound recording
45 4 Flesh and the Word
45a 1 The Literature of the South
45a 2 The Literature of the South
45a 3 The Literature of the South (T. D. Young)
45a 4 The Literature of South (Beatty and Stewart)
45a 5 The Literature of South
45a 6 The Literature of the South: contract, royalty statements, and adoption lists
46 1 A New Anthology of American Literature
46 2 Practical English Handbook: correspondence, 1955-1956, 1960-1963, 1966
46 3 Practical English Handbook: correspondence, 1967-1968, 1970-1971
46 4 Practical English Handbook: correspondence, 1972-1975
46 5 Practical English Handbook: correspondence, 1976-1979
46 6 Practical English Handbook: correspondence, 1980-1986 (sixth edition)
46 7 Practical English Handbook: correspondence, 1981, 1984 (Canadian edition)
46 8 Practical English Handbook: correspondence, 1987-1988 (Eighth edition)
46 9 Practical English Handbook: correspondence, 1989-1991 (Ninth edition)
46 10 Practical English Handbook: correspondence, 1993, 1995 (Tenth edition)
46 11 Practical English Handbook: sales reports
46 12 Practical English Handbook: reviews
46 13 Practical English Handbook: promotional material
46 14 Practical English Handbook: promotional material
46 15 Practical English Handbook: Diagnostic test
46 16 Practical English Handbook: Teaching transparencies
46 17 Sound recording: Comments by Donna Wells on the Practical English Handbook
46 18 Sound recording: "The Winning Hand: Practical English Handbook, 4th ed., Bill Beatty interviews Floyd Watkins and Bill Dillingham, 1974
46a 1 Paul Tatsuguchi: correspondence
46a 2 Paul Tatsuguchi: correspondence
46a 3 Paul Tatsuguchi: correspondence (photocopies)
46a 4 Paul Tatsuguchi: correspondence (photocopies)
46a 5 Paul Tatsuguchi: correspondence and drafts
46a 6 Paul Tatsuguchi: "Even His Name Will Die," Journal of Ethnic Studies, Winter 1976
46a 7 Paul Tatsuguchi: Howard Handleman, Bridge to Victory, photocopy
46a 8 Paul Tatsuguchi: interview notes with Taeko Tatsuguchi
AV1 - Paul Tatsuguchi: Taeko Tatsuguchi, interview by Floyd Watkins, no date (tape 1) [original: audio cassette]
AV1 - Paul Tatsuguchi: Taeko Tatsuguchi, interview by Floyd Watkins, no date (tape 2) [original: audio cassette]
AV1 - Paul Tatsuguchi: Taeko Tatsuguchi, interview by Floyd Watkins at her home, no date [original: audio cassette]
AV1 - Paul Tatsuguchi: Lori Tatsuguchi, interview by Floyd Watkins, no date [original: audio cassette]
46a 9 Paul Tatsuguchi: legal matters
46a 10 Paul Tatsuguchi: notes
46a 11 Paul Tatsuguchi: Pacific Union College
46a 12 Paul Tatsuguchi: Plans and inquiries, notes
47 1 Paul Tatsuguchi: texts of diary (photocopies)
47 2 Paul Tatsuguchi: texts of diary
47 3 Paul Tatsuguchi: texts of diary
47 4 Paul Tatsuguchi: composite text of diary
47 5 Some Poems and Some Talk about Poetry, contracts, correspondence, lists of interview questions
47 6 "Southern Women Writers" [proposed Viking portable]
47 7 World War II in the North Pacific: Stories and Conversations, photocopied typescript, pp. 1-100 with letter attached
47 8 World War II in the North Pacific: Stories and Conversations, photocopied typescript, pp. 101-200
47 9 World War II in the North Pacific: Stories and Conversations, photocopied typescript, pp. 201-267
Speeches
47 10 Alumni Day [Emory], 1985
47 11 [Authors and Community], 1979-1981
47 12 [Board of Visitors, Emory], 1982
47 35 "Black and White: Changing Images in Southern Fiction since 1954" [Prologue by FCW], 1980
47 14 [Cherokee County], 1975
47 15 Correspondence re miscellaneous speaking engagements
47a 1 "The First Dimension of Literature" and related correspondence, 1966-1967
47 2 "The First Dimension of Literature" and related correspondence, 1968
47 3 [Literary Study], 1987
47 4 "My Last Lecture" [Emory], 1985
47a 5 [On Interviewing], 1970's
47a 6 [Oxford College Sesquicentennial], 1986
47a 7 "A Patchwork of Southern Poems," 1983
47a 8 [PTA], 1966
47a 9 "The Small Town: A Survival in the Heart," 1986
47a 10 "Teaching Literature," 1966
47a 11 [On teaching], Oxford College, 1980s
47a 12 Writer to Writer
Published articles
48 1 "Benito Cereno: A Note in Rebuttal" (with Ward Pafford), Nineteenth-Century Fiction, 7 (June, 1952), 68-71
48 2 "Benjy Compson and His Jimson Weed," Notes on Contemporary Literature, 13 (March, 1983), 10-11
48 3 "Billie Potts at the Fall of Time," Mississippi Quarterly, 11 (Winter, 1958), 19-28
48 4 "'The Body of This Death' in Robert Penn Warren's Later Poems," The Kenyon Review, N.S. 10 (Fall, 1988), 31-41
48 5 "A Chat with Willa Cather" (with John T. Hiers), Resources for American Literary Study, 9 (Spring, 1979), 35-38
48 6 "Christopher Newman's Final Instinct," Nineteenth-Century Fiction, 12 (June, 1957), 85-88
48 7 "Death and the Mountains in The Optimist's Daughter," Essays in Literature, 15 (Spring, 1988), 77-85 Essays in Literature, 15 (Spring, 1988), 77-85
48 8 "De Dry Bones in De Valley," Southern Folklore Quarterly, 20 (June, 1956), 136-149
48 9 "Delta Hunt," Southwest Review, 45 (Summer, 1960), 266-272
48 10 "Eudora Welty's Natchez Trace in the New World," The Southern Review, 20 (Autumn, 1986), 708-726
48 11 "Even His Name Will Die: The Last Days of Paul Nobuo Tatsuguchi," The Journal of Ethnic Studies, 3 (Winter, 1976), 37-48. Reprinted in Mountain Echo, 13 (Winter, 1981), as Don't Shoot! I am a Christian," 4-5, 11-14 Mountain Echo, 13 (Winter, 1981), as Don't Shoot! I am a Christian," 4-5, 11-14
48 12 "Faulkner and His Critics," Texas Studies in Literature and Language, 10 (Summer, 1968), 317-329
48 13 "Faulkner, Faulkner, Faulkner," The Sewanee Review, 82 (Summer, 1974), 518-527
48 14 "Faulkner's Snopeses" (with T.D. Young), Mississippi Quarterly, 11 (Fall, 1953), 196-200
48 15 "Fitzgerald's Jay Gatz and Young Ben Franklin," New England Quarterly, 27 (Fall, 1958), 249-252
48 16 "Following the Tramp in Warren's 'Blackberry Winter,'" Studies in Short Fiction, 22 (Summer, 1985), 343-345
48 17 "The Gentle Reader and Mr. Faulkner's Morals," The Georgia Review, 13 (Spring, 1959), 68-75
48 18 "Going and Coming Back: Robert Frost's Religious Poetry," The South Atlantic Quarterly, 73 (Autumn, 1974), 445-459
48 19 " Gone With the Wind as Vulgar Literature," in a symposium, " The Modern Southern Novelist and the Past," The Southern Literary Journal, 2 (Spring, 1970), 86-103. Reprinted in Harwell, " Gone With the Wind" as Book and Film, University of South Carolina Press, 1983 The Southern Literary Journal, 2 (Spring, 1970), 86-103. Reprinted in Harwell, " Gone With the Wind" as Book and Film, University of South Carolina Press, 1983
48 20 "Habet: Faulkner and the Ownership of Property," in Faulkner: Fifty Years after The Marble Faun, ed. George H. Wolfe (University: University of Alabama Press, 1976) 123-137
48 21 "Indian Folklore in the Fiction of James Kirke Paulding," New York Folklore Quarterly, 7 (Autumn, 1951), 217-255
48 22 "James Kirke Paulding and the South," The American Quarterly, 5 (Fall, 1953), 219-230
48 23 James Kirke Paulding: Humorist and Critic of American Life," Nashville: Private Edition, the Joint University Libraries, 1951. Summary of a Thesis, 29pp
48 24 "James Kirke Paulding's Creole Tale," The Louisiana Historical Quarterly, 33 (October, 1950), 363-379
48 25 "James Kirke Paulding's Early Ring-Tailed Roarer," Southern Folklore Quarterly, XV (September, 1951), 183-187
48 26 "John Crowe Ransom's Homekeeping Heads," Notes on Modern American Literature, 7 (Fall, 1983), Item 7
48 27 "The Journey to Baltimore in The Optimist's Daughter," Mississippi Quarterly, 38 (Fall, 1985), 435-439 Mississippi Quarterly, 38 (Fall, 1985), 435-439
48 28 "The Librarian and the Southern Literary Renaissance," The Southeastern Librarian, 7 (Winter, 1957), 117, 122, 131
48 29 "The Mind of Vardaman Bundren" (with William B. Dillingham), Philological Quarterly, 39 (April, 1960), 247-251
48 30 " The Nick Adams Stories: A Single Work by Ernest Hemingway," The Southern Review, 9 N.S. (Spring, 1973), 481-491 The Southern Review, 9 N.S. (Spring, 1973), 481-491
48 31 "A Note on Melville's 'three twin sons,'" American Speech, 30 (May, 1955), 152
48 32 "A Plea for Uneducated Writing," Florida Education, 43 (October, 1965), 8-10
48 33 "The Poetry of the Unsaid - Robert Frost's Narrative and Dramatic Poems," The Texas Quarterly, 15 (Winter, 1972), 85-98
48 34 "The Political Career of James Kirke Paulding," The Emory University Quarterly, 6 (December, 1950), 225-235
48a 1 "Revisions of Style in Faulkner's 'The Hamlet,'" (with T.D. Young), Modern Fiction Studies, (Winter, 1959-60), 327-336
48a 2 "Robert Penn Warren's Roman Poems: You and the Emperors," Essays in Literature, 10 (Fall, 1983), 255-262
48a 3 "Sacrificial Rituals and Anguish in the Victim's Heart, in 'Red Leaves,'" Studies in Short Fiction, 30 (Winter, 1993), 71-78
48a 4 "Sex and Art on Tour: Warren's 'Flaubert in Egypt,'" Papers on Language and Literature, 20 (Summer, 1984), 326-338
48a 5 "Sharp Mountain Church" (with Charles Hubert Watkins), The Emory University Quarterly, 19 (Spring, 1963), 22-32
48a 6 "Some Manuscript Poems by Paul Hamilton Hayne" (with H. Blair Rouse), The Emory University Quarterly, 8, (June, 1952), 83-91
48a 7 "The Southern Mountaineer's Archaic English," The Georgia Review, 3 (Summer, 1949), 219-225
48a 8 "The Structure of 'A Rose for Emily,'" Modern Language Notes, 69 (November, 1954) 508-510
48a 9 "A Tall Tale of the Civil War," The Emory University Quarterly, 13 (March 1957), 48-54
48a 10 "Thomas Wolfe," in a symposium ("Re-Evaluation of Southern Novelists"), The Mississippi Quarterly, 20 (Spring, 1967), 90-96
48a 11 "Thomas Wolfe and Asheville Again and Again and Again," The Southern Literary Journal, 10 (Fall, 1977), 31-35
48a 12 "Thomas Wolfe and the Nashville Agrarians," The Georgia Review, 7 (Winter, 1953), 410-423
48a 13 "Thomas Wolfe and the Southern Mountaineer," The South Atlantic Quarterly, 50 (January, 1951), 58-71
48a 14 "Thomas Wolfe's High Sinfulness of Poetry," Modern Fiction Studies, 2 (Winter, 1956-1957), 197-206
48a 15 "Three Georgia Mountain Poets," The South Carolina Review, 18 (Fall, 1985), 99-113
48a 16 "Through a Glass Darkly: Recent Faulkner Studies," The Sewanee Review, 85 (1977), 484-493
48a 17 "T.S. Eliot's Mysterious Mr. Apollinax," Research Studies, 38 (September, 1970), 193-200
48a 18 "T.S. Eliot's Painter of the Umbrian School," American Literature, 36 (March, 1964), 72-75
48a 19 "Thomas Daniel Young, 1919-1997," The Distillery, 4 (Summer, 1997), 81-82
48a 20 "To Emerson With Love: A Rattlesnake from Robert Penn Warren," The Mississippi Quarterly, 36 (Spring, 1983), 91-103
48a 21 "Warren: 'A National Poet,'" Mississippi Quarterly, 37, (Spring, 1984), 173-178
48a 22 "William Faulkner in His Own Country," The Emory University Quarterly, 15 (December, 1959), 228-239
48a 23 "William Faulkner, the Individual, and the World," The Georgia Review, 14 (Fall, 1960), 238-247. Also given as one of the Eugenia Dorothy Blount Lamar Memorial Lectures at Mercer University.
48a 24 "Wolfe," in a symposium, "Rhetoric in Southern Writing," The Georgia Review, 12 (Spring, 1958), 79-82
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