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Manuscripts and Correspondence

Literary correspondence often illuminates the world surrounding the writer and reveals how that world impinges upon the writer’s work. Such significance is clearly evident in the letters that came with the Cyril Connolly library, which includes correspondence with Logan Pearsall … Continue reading

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The Cyril Connolly Library

Three Reliques of AncientWestern Poetry Inscribedby Edmund Wilson forCyril Connolly Acquired in January of 1976, Cyril Connolly’s library numbers over 8,000 books, 1,100 issues of literary periodicals, and numerous letters from such major literary figures as Stephen Spender, T. S.¬†Eliot, … Continue reading

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