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Sighle Kennedy papers, 1920s-1996, bulk 1963-1996

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Series I: Correspondence, 1937-1992 [Bulk Dates: 1967-1992]

This series primarily consists of letters written to and from Kennedy during her scholarly career. Kennedy kept carbon copies of many of her own letters, including those she wrote to Samuel Beckett. (Kennedy had pasted her letters to Beckett in a protective binder, from which they have been removed and which left their pages striped by glue.) Other correspondents include: Mary Doll, Richard Ellman, John Fletcher, James Gilvarry, Stanley E. Gontarski, Lawrence E. Harvey, John Kelly, James Knowlson, A.J. Leventhal, Jérôme Lindon (of Les Éditions de Minuit, Beckett's French publisher), George O. Marshall, Jr., W. Kelly Morris and Richard Schechner (of the Tulane Drama Review), Eoin T. O'Brien, John Pilling, and representatives of the Columbia, Dartmouth, Ohio State, Texas, and Washington University Libraries, of the Modern Language Association, and scholarly publishers the Associated University Press, Bucknell University Press, and Princeton University Press. Of note are the letters from TDR's Morris and editor Schechner (later a professor at New York University and a major figure in the field of performance studies); they are two very harsh critiques of Kennedy's first journal article attempt. That Kennedy, then still a graduate student, kept the letters is illustrative of her character.

Also present in this series are two autograph letters from Beckett to his uncle's brother, Harry Sinclair, one written in October 1937 and one dated 2 February 1938, and one photocopy of a typed letter draft, in German, from Beckett to his friend Axel Kaun, dated 9 July 1937. The Sinclair letters were written during the time of the libel suit (eventually successful) brought against the Irish writer, politician, physician and wit Oliver St. John Gogarty for his portrayal of the Sinclair family in his 1937 memoir As I Was Going Down Sackville Street. Beckett's affidavit in the case was taken on 12 May 1937. The second letter reports on the status of Beckett's health following his hospitalization for a stab wound to his lung given to him on 7 January 1938 by a Parisian pimp, apparently for no reason. Beckett wrote the letter from the Hotel Liberia in Paris, where he was convalescing.



Box 1 Folder 1 Associated University Press, 1970-1984


Box 1 Folder 2 Beckett, Samuel to Axel Kaun (copy of draft), 1937


Box 1 Folder 3 Beckett, Samuel, to Harry Sinclair, 1937-1938


Box 1 Folder 4 Beckett, Samuel to Sighle Kennedy, 1967-1977


Box 1 Folder 5 Columbia University Rare Book and Manuscript Library, 1986-1995


Box 1 Folder 6 Doll, Mary, 1983


Box 1 Folder 7 Ellman, Richard, 1976-1978


Box 1 Folder 8 Fell, Cynthia (Associated/Bucknell University Press), 1973


Box 1 Folder 9 Fletcher, John, 1971


Box 1 Folder 10 Gilvarry, James, undated


Box 1 Folder 11 Gontarski, Stanley E., 1977


Box 1 Folder 12 Hall, Holly (Washington University Libraries), 1978


Box 1 Folder 13 Harvey, Lawrence E., 1974


Box 1 Folder 14 Humanities Research Center, University of Texas-Austin, 1971-1974


Box 1 Folder 15 Kelly, John,1976-1977


Box 1 Folder 16 Kennedy, Sighle to Samuel Beckett, 1967-1988


Box 1 Folder 17 Kennedy, Sighle, 1965-1976


Box 1 Folder 18 Kennedy, Sighle, 1977-1992


Box 1 Folder 19 Knowlson, James, 1974-1992


Box 1 Folder 20 Leventhal, A.J., 1976


Box 1 Folder 21 Library Chronicle of the University of Texas-Austin, 1981


Box 1 Folder 22 Lindon, Jérôme, 1983


Box 1 Folder 23 Mackesy, Eileen (Modern Language Association), 1974


Box 1 Folder 24 Marshall, George O., Jr., 1969


Box 1 Folder 25 Morris, W. Kelly (Tulane Drama Review), 1966


Box 1 Folder 26 Mortimer, Roger (Washington University Libraries), 1973


Box 1 Folder 27 O'Brien, Eoin T., 1983-1985


Box 1 Folder 28 Pilling, John, 1976


Box 1 Folder 29 Princeton University Press, 1974-1981


Box 1 Folder 30 Schechner, Richard (Tulane Drama Review), 1966


Box 1 Folder 31 Tibbetts, Robert A. (Ohio State University Libraries), 1970-1977


Box 1 Folder 32 Wright, Walter W. (Dartmouth College Library), 1975

Series II: Early scholarly work by Sighle Kennedy

Located here is the scholarly work that Kennedy produced while in graduate school at Columbia University, including notebooks Kennedy filled while studying for her comprehensive exams, a typed carbon copy of her dissertation proposal, a leather-bound copy of her dissertation, and early drafts and a final copy of an unpublished 1966 article entitled "An Obscure Key to Waiting for Godot" (see Box 1, Folders 25 and 30 in the Correspondence series for letters related to this article).



Box 2 Folder 1 Notes on reading for comprehensive exams, 1963 October-1964 March


Box 2 Folder 2 "An Obscure Key to Waiting for Godot" typescript drafts, 1965


Box 2 Folder 3 "Conrad's Looking-Glass World: The Forecastle of the NARCISSUS." Circa 1965.


Box 2 Folder 4 Ph. D. dissertation proposal, 1966 June


Box 2 Murphy's Bed: A Study of Real Sources and Sure-real Associations in Samuel Beckett's First Novel. Ph.D. dissertation, Columbia University, 1969.

Series III: Scholarly material for projected Watt monograph

This series contains materials gathered and produced by Kennedy during the long period in which she researched and drafted what she hoped would be a monograph on Beckett's development of Watt from manuscript to publication. Photocopies of literary and scholarly writings — here called "research materials" — have been separated from Kennedy's loose notes, notebooks and drafts. Many of the research materials are annotated by Kennedy.


Subseries III.1: Watt materials at the Humanities Research Center, University of Texas-Austin

The research materials include lightly annotated photocopies of Beckett's manuscript notebooks and typescripts forWatt.Kennedy's initial notes on the materials are also placed here.



Box 3 Folder 1 Photocopy of Watt manuscript notebook I


Box 3 Folder 2 Photocopy of Watt manuscript notebook II


Box 3 Folder 3 Photocopy of Watt manuscript notebook III


Box 3 Folder 4 Photocopy of Watt manuscript notebook IV


Box 3 Folder 5 Photocopy of Watt manuscript notebook IV insert


Box 3 Folder 6 Photocopy of Watt manuscript notebook V


Box 3 Folder 7 Photocopy of Watt manuscript notebook VI


Box 3 Folder 8 Photocopy of Watt manuscript notebook, "Revision of Watt, section 1"



Box 4 Folder 1-2 Photocopy of Watt typescript, Part I, (2 Folders)


Box 4 Folder 3-4 Photocopy of Watt typescript, Part II, (2 Folders)


Box 4 Folder 5 Photocopies of Watt manuscripts and typescript


Box 4 Folder 6 Sighle Kennedy's notes on HRC Watt materials


Subseries III.2: Watt and other Beckett materials at other universities

This small subseries contains photocopied excerpts of the Beckett materials housed at OSU and Washington U. — theWattgalleys, the manuscripts and typescripts ofHappy DaysandThat Time— and Kennedy's notes on them. Also included here are photocopies of catalogues listing Reading's and TCD's Beckett holdings.


Box 4 Folder 7 Photocopies of Watt materials at Ohio State University


Box 4 Folder 8 Photocopies of Happy Days and That Time manuscripts and typescripts at OSU


Box 4 Folder 9 Sighle Kennedy's notes on OSU Beckett materials


Box 4 Folder 10 Photocopy of Watt galleys at Washington University-St. Louis


Box 4 Folder 11 Photocopies of catalogues of Beckett materials at University of Reading and Trinity College Dublin


Subseries III.3: Notes and drafts for the Watt monograph, undated

Contained in this subseries are the notes and drafts Kennedy assigned to specific sections of the projected monograph. The sections, which are designated by a combination of roman numerals and letters, correspond to her outline (Folder 1). Notes and drafts not assigned to a specific section are located afterward. An undated draft of a scholarly article related to this project, "A Hidden Passage in the History of Samuel Beckett's Art: His Early Notebooks ofWatt," completes this grouping.



Box 5 Folder 1 Outline for Kennedy's projected monograph on Watt , undated


Box 5 Folder 2 Notes and drafts for introduction, undated


Box 5 Folder 3 Notes and drafts, Section Ib, undated


Box 5 Folder 4 Notes and drafts, Sections Ic and Ie, undated


Box 5 Folder 5 Notes and drafts, Section Id, undated


Box 5 Folder 6 Notes and drafts, Section IIa, undated


Box 5 Folder 7 Notes and drafts, Section IIb, undated


Box 5 Folder 8 Notes and drafts, Section IIc, undated


Box 5 Folder 9 Notes and drafts, Section IId, undated


Box 5 Folder 10 Notes and drafts, Section IIe, undated


Box 5 Folder 11-12 Notes and drafts, section unassigned, undated, (2 Folders)



Box 6 Folder 1 Notes and drafts, section unassigned, undated


Box 6 Folder 2 Draft of scholarly article on Watt: "A Hidden Passage in the History of Samuel Beckett's Art: His Early Notebooks of Watt," undated.


Subseries III.4: Notes and drafts for Watt monograph, 1969-1996

Subseries 4 includes dated notebooks, loose notes and drafts Kennedy wrote while working on theWattproject. The notebooks occasionally feature revealing diary-style entries on a number of topics, which range from her first meeting with Beckett in Paris (in the summer of 1973), to her attitude toward the Irish writer and toward her own scholarly work and abilities. The drafts show Kennedy's intensive revision process; she heavily annotated, rearranged and reworked passages multiple times. This group of material also contains two further drafts of a long essay version of theWattmonograph, one dated 1982 and one submitted posthumously by Kennedy's sister, Sr. Ethne Kennedy, in 1997 (it is dated here 1996 because this is the latest version of the draft extant in Kennedy's files upon her death that year).


Box 6 Folder 3 Notebook containing diary entries, letter drafts, and notes on Watt project, 1969-1974


Box 6 Folder 4 Notes on visit to Paris and first meeting with Beckett, 1973 June-August, 1973


Box 6 Folder 5 Notes on interview with Henry Wenning, 1973 September


Box 6 Folder 6 Note (incomplete), 1973 October


Box 6 Folder 7 Notebook containing diary entries and drafts, 1975 August-1976 March, 1975


Box 6 Folder 8 Loose notes and notebook, 1976 June-July, 1976


Box 6 Folder 9 Loose notes and notebook, 1977 January-March


Box 6 Folder 10 Loose notes, notebook, and diary entries, 1979 July-December


Box 6 Folder 11 Loose notes and notebook, 1980 February


Box 6 Folder 12 Notes and drafts, 1981


Box 6 Folder 13 Notes and drafts, 1982


Box 6 Folder 14 Typescript draft of "'Astride of a Grave and a Difficult Birth': Samuel Beckett's Watt Struggles to Life,", 1982



Box 7 Folder 1 Notebook, 1983 November


Box 7 Folder 2 Notes and drafts, 1983-1984


Box 7 Folder 3 Notes and drafts, 1984


Box 7 Folder 4 Notebook containing notes and diary entries, 1984-1986


Box 7 Folder 5 Loose notes, 1986-1987


Box 7 Folder 6 Notebook, 1988-1990 "Notes resuming on Watt notebooks", 1988-1990


Box 7 Folder 7 Full typescript of "'Astride of a Grave and a Difficult Birth': Samuel Beckett's Watt Struggles to Life,", 1996


Subseries III.5: Assigned research material for Watt monograph, undated

Placed here are the research materials Kennedy had gathered for specific sections of theWattproject. The folders in which these photocopies were contained, and some of the documents themselves, are labeled with section numbers. The assignments themselves are occasionally unclear — some documents have more than one section number written on them — but every effort has been made to reproduce as much of the structure of Kennedy's projected monograph as is possible based on the organization of her research materials.


Box 7 Folder 8 Introduction


Box 7 Folder 9 Sections Ib and Ic


Box 7 Folder 10 Section II, "Game"


Box 7 Folder 11 Section IIb



Box 8 Folder 1 Section IId


Box 8 Folder 2 Section III


Subseries III.6: Unassigned research material for Watt monograph, undated

This small subseries contains research materials which Kennedy had not assigned to a section of herWattstudy. They include newspaper clippings, photocopies taken from books — including the published German-language director's book forWaiting for Godot— and a photocopy of an untitled document which details, in English, the changes Beckett made to theGodotscript when he directed the play in German in 1975. Also placed here are photocopies and photographs of paintings — by Caspar David Friedrich, Giuseppe Maria Crespi, Giovanni Bellini, James Slatney and Hieronymus Bosch — related to Kennedy'sWattresearch.


Box 8 Folder 3 Photocopies of articles, news clippings, and encyclopedia entries


Box 8 Folder 4 Material on Beckett's Regiebuch for Warten auf Godot


Box 8 Folder 5 Photographs and photocopies of paintings related to Watt research

Series IV: Scholarly material for related projects on Beckett, circa

Series IV houses notebooks, loose notes, note cards, drafts, and research materials on Beckett's relationships to other writers and thinkers. While these studies may have emerged from Kennedy's work on Watt — and in fact some of her Watt notes appear intermittently here — the projects seem to have eventually taken on a life of their own, and contributed to at least one of Kennedy's published articles and to another projected book (on Beckett and Dante).


Subseries IV.1: Beckett and Arnold Geulincx, 1985-1989

Subseries 1 features notes, drafts, and photocopied research material related to Kennedy's research on the connections between Beckett's writing and that of Arnold Geulincx, a seventeenth-century Flemish philosopher whose work concerned ethics and the mind-body relationship. Related articles on Erasmus also appear here. Many of these materials are annotated by Kennedy.



Box 8 Folder 6 Map of the Netherlands, in pencil, undated


Box 8 Folder 7 Notes and drafts, undated


Box 8 Folder 8 Notes and drafts, 1985-1989


Box 8 Folder 9 Research material on Geulincx and Beckett, undated



Box 9 Folder 1 Research material on Geulincx and Beckett, undated


Box 9 Folder 2 Research material on Geulincx and Erasmus, undated


Subseries IV.2: Beckett and Dante, 1980-1996

Subseries 2 contains notes and drafts Kennedy produced during her study of Beckett's relationship to Dante. The bulk of the grouping consists of Kennedy's research material: photocopies of literary works, scholarly articles and chapters, and occasionally encyclopedia entries, on Dante and related writers including Augustine, Aquinas, Democritus, and Peter Abelard. Many, but not all, of these photocopies are annotated by Kennedy. Most of the scholarly articles are in English, though some are in Italian.


Box 9 Folder 3 Notes, undated


Box 9 Folder 4 Notes, circa 1980 "Samuel Beckett's Dante 'Revelation'", 1980


Box 9 Folder 5 Notebook, 1986-1991 "Beckett, Belacqua and the Sphere of Fortune", 1986-1991


Box 9 Folder 6 Notebook, 1988-1990 "Beckett and Dante and Geulincx", 1988-1990


Box 9 Folder 7 Notebook, 1988-1993 "Beckett's moral influences; Dante", 1988-1993


Box 9 Folder 8 Notebook, 1989-1990


Box 9 Folder 9 Notebook, 1989-1992


Box 9 Folder 10 Notebook, 1989-1993 "Huguenot Fantasy; Moral Debt to James Joyce; Beckett's Dante 'Revelation'; Dante and Fortuna", 1989-1993


Box 9 Folder 11 Notebook, 1990- : "SB and Debt to Geulincx; Artist at Crossroads (Debt to Joyce); SB and Dante; SB: Beginning and End (early life in Ireland)"


Box 9 Folder 12 Loose notes and drafts, 1990- : "Beckett's Dantean Struggle for Liberty"



Box 10 Folder 1 Course notes, 1990 September-December : "Sources of the Divine Comedy," ProJoan Ferrante, 1990 September-December


Box 10 Folder 2 Notebook, 1990-1992 "Day Notes", 1990-1992


Box 10 Folder 3 Notebook, 1990-1996


Box 10 Folder 4 Notebook, 1991 "Drafts: Beckett, Belacqua and the Sphere of Fortune", 1991


Box 10 Folder 5 Notebooks and notes, 1991 Beckett and Belacqua, 1991


Box 10 Folder 6 Notebooks, 1991-1992 "Watt; Belacqua in the Sphere of Fortune", 1991-1992


Box 10 Folder 7 Notebook, 1991-1993


Box 10 Folder 8 Loose notes, drafts and notebook, 1992 "Beckett's Dante 'Revelation,'" "Beckett's Belacqua", 1992


Box 10 Folder 9 Notebook, 1992 "Belacqua and the Sphere of Fortune: Supplementary Notes", 1992


Box 10 Folder 10 Notebook and notes, 1992, 1996 On Teodolinda Barolini's The Undivine Comedy, 1992, 1996


Box 10 Folder 11 Loose notes, drafts and notebook, 1993 "Beckett's Dante 'Revelation': Belacqua in the Sphere of Fortune"; analysis of Dream of Fair to Middling Women, 1993



Box 11 Folder 1 Draft, 1993 "Belacqua and the Sphere of Fortune", 1993


Box 11 Folder 2 Notebooks, 1993-1995 "Beckett's Dante 'Revelation'", 1993-1995


Box 11 Folder 3 Loose notes, drafts, notebooks, 1994 "Beckett-Dante Relationship" (transcript of interview with Ethne Kennedy and outline for proposed monograph), 1994


Box 11 Folder 4 Loose notes, drafts, and notebooks, 1995 "Beckett's Belacqua Explores Dante's Sphere of Fortune", 1995


Box 11 Folder 5 Loose notes, drafts and notebooks, 1995 "Beckett's Belacqua Explores Dante's Sphere of Fortune"; Dante and "Fortuna", 1995


Box 11 Folder 6 Loose notes and drafts, 1996 "Beckett's Global Dante: Belacqua in the Sphere of Fortune", 1996


Box 11 Folder 7-10 Research material on Dante, undated, (4 Folders)



Box 12 Folder 1-6 Research material on Dante, undated, (6 Folders)



Box 13 Folder 1-7 Research material on Dante, undated, (7 Folders)



Box 14 Folder 1-6 Research material on Dante, undated, (6 Folders)



Box 15 Folder 1 Research material on Dante, undated


Subseries IV.3: Beckett and James Joyce, 1978-1989

Subseries 3 consists of research materials (including periodicals), notes, and drafts which address James Joyce, and also Beckett's relationship to his mentor. Three variously titled drafts of an article-length work on the Joyce-Beckett connection allow one to follow Kennedy's writing process.


Box 15 Folder 2 Notes, undated


Box 15 Folder 3 Draft, undated: "Samuel Beckett's Tribute to James Joyce: A Matter of Integrity"


Box 15 Folder 4 Notes and research material for course on Joyce, 1978-1984


Box 15 Folder 5 Draft, circa 1984 "Samuel Beckett's Creative Metamorphosis: A Moral 'Bequest' from James Joyce", 1984


Box 15 Folder 6 Notebook and notes, 1987


Box 15 Folder 7 Notebook, loose notes and drafts, 1987-1989 "Samuel Beckett's Long Metamorphosis: A Moral Bequest from James Joyce", 1987-1989


Box 15 Folder 8-9 Research materials, undated, (2 Folders)


Box 15 Folder 10 Joyce centenary materials, 1982


Box 15 Folder 11 James Joyce Quarterly 10.1 (Fall 1972) and 11.2 (Winter 1974)


Subseries IV.4: Scholarly material on other writing by Beckett (1929-1983),, undated

Contained in Subseries 4 are annotated photocopies of and notes on other writings produced by Beckett between 1929 and 1983, includingWaiting for Godot,the long-unpublishedDream of Fair to Middling Womenand Eleuthéria,and many of Beckett's shorter works (including reviews and poems). Of special interest is the 1962 unrevised typescript forPlay,which Kennedy's attached note indicates was given to her in May 1973. (It is unclear who typed this draft of Beckett's play, though the corrections to the script are not in the author's hand.)



Box 16 Folder 1 Annotated photocopy of Dream of Fair to Middling Women typescript, with related materials (1932),, undated


Box 16 Folder 2 Annotated photocopy of Eleutheria (1947), with related materials,, undated


Box 16 Folder 3 Annotated photocopy, transcript and photographs of En Attendant Godot manuscript (1948), undated


Box 16 Folder 4 Notes on En Attendant Godot manuscript (1948), undated


Box 16 Folder 5 Annotated photocopy of En Attendant Godot (1952), undated


Box 16 Folder 6 Photocopies of other writing by Beckett (1929-1983), annotations undated:


All Strange Away typescript (1976)


"Assumption" (1929)


Breath (1969)


Cap au Pire (1983)


"Cascando" (1936)


"A Case in a Thousand" (1934)


Catastrophe (1983)


"Che Siagura" (1929)


Company (1979)


"Le Concentrisme" (circa 1928)


"Dante and the Lobster" (1934)


"Denis Devlin" (1938)


"Les Deux Besoins" (circa 1938)


"Echo's Bones" typescript (circa 1935)


Eh Joe typescript (1965)


"The Essential and the Incidental" (1934)


"Ex Cathezra" (1934)


"The Expelled" (1946-47)


"First Love" (1946)


"For Future Reference" (1930)


"Henri Hayden" (1955)


Box 16 Folder 7 Photocopies of other writing by Beckett, 1929-1983 continued:, 1929-1983


"Humanistic Quietism" (1934)


Not I typescript (1972)


"Peintres de l'empèchement" typescript and manuscript (1947-48)


"La Peinture des Van Velde ou le monde et le pantaloon" typescript (1945)


Play typescript, unrevised version (1962)


"Poetry is Vertical" (1932)


A Piece of Monologue (1979)


"Suite" excerpt, undated


"Three Dialogues, Samuel Beckett and Georges Duthuit" (1949)


What Where typescript (1983)


Worstward Ho (1983)


Subseries IV.5: Notes and research material on Samuel Beckett, general (1934-1996)

Subseries 5 collects notes and research material on Beckett that Kennedy had not assigned to a particular scholarly project. Included are Kennedy's notecards, scholarly and newspaper articles in English and in French, and a newspaper clipping file that contains articles published from 1958-1996. Also housed here is a group of periodicals containing scholarly writing on Beckett, most of which has been annotated by Kennedy.



Box 17 Folder 1 Notes, general, undated


Box 17 Folder 2-3 Scholarly and newspaper articles in English (1934-1991), (2 Folders)


Box 17 Folder 4 Scholarly and newspaper articles in French (1961-1985)


Box 17 Folder 5 Newspaper articles in English, 1958-1996


Box 17 Folder 6 Research material (1938-1973)


Periodicals containing scholarly writing on Samuel Beckett, annotated by Kennedy,1974-1987



Box 18 Folder 1 Contemporary Literature 15.4 (Autumn 1974)


Box 18 Folder 2 Irish University Review (Autumn 1974)


Box 18 Folder 3 James Joyce Quarterly 8.4 (Summer 1971)


Box 18 Folder 4 Journal of Beckett Studies 2 (Winter 1976)


Box 18 Folder 5 Journal of Beckett Studies 3 (Summer 1978)


Box 18 Folder 6 Journal of Beckett Studies 4 (Spring 1979)


Box 18 Folder 7 Journal of Beckett Studies 5 (Autumn 1979)


Box 18 Folder 8 Journal of Beckett Studies 6 (Autumn 1980)


Box 18 Folder 9 Journal of Beckett Studies 11/12 (1989), 11/12


Box 18 Folder 10 New Theatre Magazine 11.3 (1971)


Box 18 Folder 11 The Review of Contemporary Fiction 7.2 (Summer 1987)



Box 19 Notecards, A-G, undated



Box 20 Notecards, H-Z, undated

Series V: Other scholarly and Beckett-related printed material

Series V features printed programs for a number of events, including productions of plays by Beckett and other dramatists and for conferences devoted to Beckett's work. Also included here are printed materials on Padraic Colum, William Butler Yeats and A.J. (Con) Leventhal; documents gathered or produced by Kennedy for her teaching; and a few printed items (including maps) that she collected during trips to Ireland and France.



Box 21 Folder 1 Programs for productions Beckett plays, 1970-1996


Box 21 Folder 2 Program for conferences and exhibitions on Beckett, 1970-1990


Box 21 Folder 3 Programs for productions of plays by other dramatists, 1970-1992


Box 21 Folder 4 Printed material on W.B. Yeats, 1974-1993


Box 21 Folder 5 Printed material on Padraic Colum, 1972-1981


Box 21 Folder 6 Printed material by and about A.J. (Con) Leventhal, 1972-1984


Box 21 Folder 7 Teaching materials, circa, 1970s-1980s


Box 21 Folder 8 Printed material gathered during Kennedy's trips to Ireland and France,, undated

Series VI: Published scholarly writing by Sighle Kennedy, 1970 - 1990

Series VI contains typed copies and off-prints of Kennedy's published scholarly work.


Subseries VI.1: Conference papers and proposals, 1979-1986

One conference paper abstract, for a 1979 talk, and one draft, from 1986, are featured in this small subseries.



Box 22 Folder 1 "Samuel Beckett's 'Art of Pure Interrogation,'", 1979 July


Box 22 Folder 2 "Samuel Beckett's Creative Helix: Novel Bonded to Play/Play Bonded to Novel,", 1986


Subseries VI.2: Published articles, book reviews, and monograph,1970-1990

Contained in this subseries are off-prints of six articles and a photocopy of one book review published by Kennedy. Her book, Murphy's Bed, and clippings of reviews of her publications are also featured.


Box 22 Folder 3 "Artistic Coherence." Review of Samuel Beckett's Murphy: A Critical Excursion. South Atlantic Bulletin 35.3 (May 1970), 64-67.


Box 22 Folder 4 Murphy's Bed: A Study of Real Sources and Sur-real Associations in Samuel Beckett's First Novel. Lewisburg, PA: Bucknell UP and Cranbury, NJ: Associated UP, 1971.


Box 22 Folder 5 "'The Devil and Holy Water': Samuel Beckett's Murphy and Flann O'Brien's At Swim-Two-Birds." Modern Irish Literature: Essays in Honor of William York Tindall. Eds. Raymond J. Porter and James D. Brophy. Iona College Press and Twayne, New York: Iona College Press and Twayne, 1972. 251-260.


Box 22 Folder 6 "Spirals of Need: Irish Prototypes in Samuel Beckett's Fiction." Yeats, Joyce, and Beckett: New Light on Three Modern Irish Writers. Eds. Kathleen McGrory and John Unterecker. Lewisburg, PA: Bucknell UP and London: Associated UP, 1976. 153-166.


Box 22 Folder 7 "'The Simple Games the Time Plays with Space--' An Introduction to Samuel Beckett's Manuscripts of Watt." Centerpoint: A Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies 2.3 (Fall 1977): 55-60.


Box 22 Folder 8 "The Famine and the Feasting of the Ages: Samuel Beckett's Occult Endnotes to Krapp's Last Tape." Centerpoint: A Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies 3.1 (Fall 1978): 55-60.


Box 22 Folder 9 "Samuel Beckett's Language: 'Danger: Explosive Materials.'" Centerpoint: A Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies 4.2 (Fall 1980): 135-137.


Box 22 Folder 10 "Beckett's 'Schoolboy Copy' of Dante: A Handbook for Liberty." Dalhousie French Studies 19 (1990 Fall-Winter): 11-19.


Box 22 Folder 11 Reviews of Kennedy's scholarly writing, 1972-1977

Series VII: Audio and visual material, circa


Subseries VII.1: Audio cassette tapes, 1966-1986

This subseries consists of Beckett- and Joyce-related audio cassette tapes that Kennedy apparently used in her teaching. All but two are copies.



Box 23 Folder 1 The Abbey Reads: A Tribute to Beckett. Barry McGovern Reads "Dante and the Lobster" and "From an Abandoned Work." Dir. Kathleen Barrington. Dublin: Paycock Publications, 1986.


Box 23 Folder 2 Children's Songs in Finnegans Wake. Brookfield, CT: James Joyce Cassettes, undated.


Box 23 Folder 3 "James Joyce" and "MacGowran Speaks Beckett." Copy, undated


Box 23 Folder 4 MacGowran Speaking Beckett. Dublin: Claddagh Records, 1966. Copy. Folder includes Kennedy's notes.


Box 23 Folder 5 Songs in Ulysses. Copy, undated.


Box 23 Folder 6 Songs of Women in Finnegans Wake. Brookfield, CT: James Joyce Cassettes, undated.


Box 23 Folder 7 Waiting for Godot. Copy, undated.


Subseries VII.2: Records, LP and Gramophone, circa, 1920s-1966

Included here are two LPs, one of James Joyce reading excerpts of his writing, and one of the actor Jack MacGowran reading selections from Beckett's work. Three records, which feature recordings of Irish songs and performances of early twentieth century revolutionary speeches, are Beltona gramophone discs produced sometime after 1923. "Thomas MacDonagh's Court-Martial Speech" is damaged (the disc is chipped on its outside edge).



Box 24 Folder 1 James Joyce Reading. New York: Caedmon, undated. LP.


Box 24 Folder 2 MacGowran Speaking Beckett. Dublin: Claddagh Records, 1966. LP.


Box 24 Folder 3 "Brian Boy Magee," by Ethna Carberry / "The Rebel," by Padraig Pearse. Performed by Paul Farrell. Glasgow: Beltona, undated (after 1923). Gramophone., undated


Box 24 Folder 4 "Excerpts from Padraig Pearse's Oration at the Grave of O'Donovan Rossa" / "Excerpts from Robert Emmet's Speech on the Dock." Performed by Val Vousden. Glasgow: Beltona, undated (after 1923). Gramophone., undated


Box 24 Folder 5 "Thomas MacDonagh's Court Martial Speech." Performed by Paul Farrell. Music by J.J. O'Beirne. Glasgow: Beltona, undated (after 1923). Gramophone., undated


Subseries VII.3: Visual Art and Related Material, undated

Kennedy owned several small hand-colored woodcuts by Jack B. Yeats, including "The Shanachie," made at the Cuala Press (owned and operated by Yeats's sister, Elizabeth Corbet Yeats), two untitled illustrations of a seaside horse race, and one untitled image of a village crier. They are included in this series, as are two Japanese wood block prints by Hiroshige (the accompanying receipt, dated December 1958, guarantees that these are "at least 150 years old"), and one hand-colored card by M. Roberts depicting O'Connell Street. Three of the Yeats and both of the Hiroshige prints are oversized and are located in map case 14-O-2.



Map Case 14-O-2 Hiroshige, two wood block prints (oversized), undated, and receipt, 1958 December., 1958



Box 25 Folder 1 Noland, Kenneth. "Song." Postcard, undated


Box 25 Folder 2 Roberts, M. "O'Connell Street, Dublin." Hand-colored card, undated


Yeats, Jack B.



Map Case 14-O-2 "The Shanachie." Dundrum: Cuala Press (oversized), undated (circa 1910s), undated



Box 25 Folder 3 Untitled print, undated (circa 1910s), undated



Map Case 14-O-2 Two untitled prints (oversized), undated (circa 1910s), undated


Subseries VII.4: Photographs, 1963-1974

This small subseries includes a group of black-and-white photographs of a New York City production ofEndgamecredited to Alix Jeffry, a prominent photographer of the Off-Broadway theater scene from the 1950s to the 1980s. (The folder in which the photos had been housed was dated 1974, which indicates that the prints were made and/or sent then; the photos themselves may be images of the 1958 American premiere at the Cherry Lane Theater, or its 1962 revival.) A photograph of a sketch in Beckett's Trinity College notebooks served as the cover forMurphy's Bed;several copies are included here. Two photographs of Beckett's abandoned 1963 manuscript "J.M. Mime" — written for his favorite actor Jack McGowran — also reside here.



Box 25 Folder 4-5 Jeffry, Alix. Endgame production photographs, 1974


Box 25 Folder 6 Photographs Beckett's marginalia in notebooks housed at Trinity College Dublin, undated.


Box 25 Folder 7 Photograph of Beckett's manuscript for "J.M. Mime,", 1963



Map Case 14-O-2 Photograph of Beckett's manuscript for "J.J. Mime" (oversize),, 1963

Series VIII: Books Annotated by Sighle Kennedy

Housed in four record boxes are books annotated by Sighle Kennedy. Most are paperbacks.


Subseries VIII.1: Books by Samuel Beckett in French

This subseries features titles fromMolloytoCompagnie;all but one of these books was published by Les Editions de Minuit.



Box 26 Comment c'est. Paris: Les Editions de Minuit, 1961.


Box 26 Compagnie. Paris: Les Editions de Minuit, 1980.


Box 26 La dernière bande. 1959. Paris: Les Editions de Minuit, 1980.


Box 26 En attendant Godot. 1952. Paris: Les Editions de Minuit, 1970.


Box 26 En attendant Godot. 1966. Ed. Colin Duckworth. London: Harrap, 1973.


Box 26 Fin de partie suivi de Actes sans paroles. 1957. Paris: Les Editions de Minuit, 1969.


Box 26 L'innommable. 1953. Paris: Les Editions de Minuit, 1971.


Box 26 Malone Meurt. 1951. Paris: Les Editions de Minuit, 1969.


Box 26 Molloy. 1951. Paris: Les Editions de Minuit, 1970.


Box 26 Murphy. Paris: Les Editions de Minuit, 1965.


Box 26 Oh les beaux jours. 1963. Paris: Les Editions de Minuit, 1970.


Box 26 Premier amour. Paris: Les Editions de Minuit, 1970.


Subseries VIII.2: Books by Samuel Beckett in English

Some of these books, many of which are Evergreen-Grove paperbacks, are very heavily annotated; Kennedy appears to have purchased second copies of several of them in order to take an additional set of marginal notes.


Box 26 Collected Poems in English and French. London: John Calder, 1977.


Box 26 Company. New York: Grove, 1980.


Box 26 Disjecta: Miscellaneous Writings and a Dramatic Fragment. Ed. Ruby Cohn. New York: Evergreen-Grove, 1984.


Box 26 Dream of Fair to Middling Women. Ed. Eoin O'Brien and Edith Fournier. Dublin: Black Cat, 1992.


Box 26 Endgame. New York: Evergreen-Grove, 1958.


Box 26 Ends and Odds: Plays and Sketches. London: Faber and Faber, 1977.


Box 26 From an Abandoned Work. London: Faber and Faber, 1958.


Box 26 Happy Days. New York: Evergreen-Grove, 1961. Two copies.


Box 26 How It Is. New York: Evergreen-Grove, 1964.


Box 26 Ill Seen Ill Said. New York: Evergreen-Grove, 1981.


Box 26 Krapp's Last Tape. New York: Evergreen-Grove, 1960. Two copies.


Box 26 The Lost Ones. New York: Grove, 1972.


Box 26 Malone Dies. New York: Evergreen-Grove, 1956. Two copies.


Box 26 Mercier and Camier. New York: Grove, 1974.


Box 26 Molloy. New York: Grove, 1955.


Box 26 Molloy. New York: Evergreen-Grove, 1955.


Box 26 More Pricks than Kicks. London: Calder and Boyars, 1970.


Box 26 More Pricks than Kicks. New York: Evergreen-Grove, 1972.


Box 26 Murphy. New York: Grove, 1957.


Box 26 Murphy. New York: Evergreen-Grove, 1957.


Box 26 No's Knife: Collected Shorter Prose 1945-1966. London: Calder and Boyars, 1967.


Box 26 Our Exagmination Round His Factification for Incamination of Work in Progress. CT: New Directions.


Box 26 Play. London: Faber and Faber, 1968.


Box 26 Poems in English. New York: Grove, 1963.


Box 26 Proust. New York: Evergreen-Grove, 1978. Two copies.


Box 26 Rockaby and Other Short Pieces. New York: Evergreen-Grove, 1981.


Box 26 Stories and Texts for Nothing. New York: Evergreen-Grove, 1968.


Box 26 That Time. London: Faber and Faber, 1976.


Box 26 Three Novels by Samuel Beckett: Molloy, Malone Dies, The Unnamable. New York: Evergreen-Grove Black Cat, 1965.


Box 26 The Unnamable. New York: Evergreen-Grove, 1958. Two copies.


Box 26 Waiting for Godot. New York: Evergreen-Grove, 1954. Two copies.


Box 26 Watt. New York: Grove and John Calder Ltd.: London, 1959. Two copies.


Box 26 Worstward Ho. New York: Grove, 1983.


Box 26 Beckett, Samuel, et. al. Signature Anthology. London: Calder and Boyars, 1975.


Subseries VIII.3: Books about Samuel Beckett

These are largely scholarly books, many of them classics in the now-enormous field of Beckett studies. Many are paperbacks.



Box 27 Admussen, Richard L. The Samuel Beckett Manuscripts: A Study. Boston: G.K. Hall, 1979.


Box 27 Alvarez, A. Samuel Beckett. New York: Viking, 1973.


Box 27 Bair, Deirdre. Samuel Beckett. New York and London: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1978.


Box 27 Brater, Enoch, ed. Beckett at 80: Beckett in Context. Oxford and New York: Oxford UP, 1986.


Box 27 Busi, Frederick. The Transformations of Godot. Lexington, KY: Kentucky UP, 1980.


Box 27 Cohn, Ruby, ed. Casebook on Waiting for Godot. New York: Grove, 1967.


Box 27 Cohn, Ruby, ed. Samuel Beckett: A Collection of Criticism. New York: McGraw-Hall, 1975.


Box 27 Cohn, Ruby. Samuel Beckett: The Comic Gamut. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers UP, 1962.


Box 27 Esslin, Martin. Mediations: Essays on Brecht, Beckett and the Media. New York: Evergreen-Grove, 1982.


Box 27 Esslin, Martin. Samuel Beckett: A Collection of Critical Essays. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall, 1965.


Box 27 Fletcher, John and John Spurling. Beckett: A Study of His Plays. New York: Hill and Wang, 1972.


Box 27 Fletcher, John. The Novels of Samuel Beckett. London: Chatto and Windus, 1964.


Box 27 Fletcher, John. Samuel Beckett's Art. London: Chatto and Windus, 1967.


Box 27 Gontarski, S.E. The Intent of Undoing in Sanuel Beckett's Texts. Bloomington, IN: Indiana UP, 1985.


Box 27 Gontarski, S.E., ed. On Beckett: Essays and Criticism. New York: Grove, 1986.


Box 27 Graver, Lawrence and Raymond Federman. Samuel Beckett: The Critical Heritage. London, Henley and Boston: Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1979.


Box 27 Hamilton, Kenneth and Alice Hamilton. Condemned to Life: The World of Samuel Beckett. Grand Rapids, MI: William B. Eerdman's, 1976.


Box 27 Harvey, Lawrence. Samuel Beckett: Poet and Critic. Princeton: Princeton UP, 1970.


Box 27 Karl, Frederick R. A Reader's Guide to the Contemporary English Novel. Revised ed. New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 1972.


Box 27 Kenner, Hugh. A Reader's Guide to Samuel Beckett. New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 1973.


Box 27 Kenner, Hugh. Samuel Beckett: A Critical Study. New York: Evergreen-Grove, 1961.


Box 27 Kern, Edith. Kierkegaard, Sartre, Beckett. New Haven and London: Yale UP, 1970.


Box 27 Knowlson, James. Light and Darkness in the Theatre of Samuel Beckett. London: Turret, 1972.


Box 27 Knowlson, James. Samuel Beckett: An Exhibition. London: Turret, 1971.


Box 27 Kumar, Shiv K. Bergson and the Stream of Consciousness Novel. New York: NYU Press, 1963.


Box 27 Janvier, Ludovic. Pour Samuel Beckett. Paris: Les Editions de Minuit, 1966.


Box 27 Juliet, Charles. Rencontres avec Bram van Velde. Paris: Fata Morgana, 1978.


Box 27 Mayoux, Jean-Jacques. Samuel Beckett. Essex: Longman, 1974.


Box 27 McMillan, Dougald. Transition 1927-38: The History of a Literary Era. New York: George Braziller, 1976.


Box 27 O'Hara, J.D. Twentieth Century Interpretations of Molloy, Malone Dies, The Unnamable. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice-Hall, 1970.


Box 27 Perloff, Marjorie. The Poetics of Indeterminacy: Rimbaud to Cage. Princeton: Princeton UP, 1980.


Box 27 Pilling, John. Samuel Beckett. London, Henley and Boston: Routledge and Kegan Paul, 1976.


Box 27 Rabinovitz, Rubin. The Development of Samuel Beckett's Fiction. Urbana and Chicago: Illinois UP, 1983.


Box 27 Reid, Alec. All I Can Manage, More than I Could: An Approach to the Plays of Samuel Beckett. Revised ed. New York: Evergreen-Grove, 1971.


Box 27 Scott, Nathan A. Samuel Beckett. New York: Hillary House, 1965.


Box 27 Smith, Joseph H., ed. The World of Samuel Beckett. Baltimore and London: Johns Hopkins UP, 1991.


Box 27 Tindall, William York. Samuel Beckett. Columbia Essays on Modern Writers, no. 4. New York: Columbia UP, 1964.


Subseries VIII.4: Books about James Joyce

This small subseries features scholarly and trade books about Beckett's friend and mentor, James Joyce.



Box 28 Budgen, Frank. James Joyce and the Makings of Ulysses. Bloomington and London: Indiana UP, 1967.


Box 28 Gilbert, Stuart. James Joyce's Ulysses. 1930. Middlesex: Penguin, 1969.


Box 28 Potts, Willard, ed. Portraits of the Artist in Exile: Recollections of James Joyce by Europeans. San Diego, New York and London: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1986.


Box 28 Power, Arthur. Conversations with James Joyce. Ed. Clive Hart. Chicago: Chicago UP, 1974.


Box 28 Reynolds, Mary T. Joyce and Dante: The Shaping Imagination. Princeton: Princeton UP, 1981.


Subseries VIII.5: Translation of Books by Dante

As with the Beckett books in English, Kennedy seems to have purchased second copies of crucial Dante translations so as to add further marginalia. Featured here are several now-standard English translations of Dante's writings; most are paperbacks, though also included are a 1904 hardcover edition of D.G. Rossetti's translation of theVita Nuovaand a 1932 hardcover copy of The Modern Library's Carlyle-Wicksteed translation of theCommedia.Translations are alphabetized by title and then by translator.



Box 29 Alighieri, Dante. The Divine Comedy. Trans. John Aitken Carlyle, Thomas Okey and Philip H. Wicksteed. New York: Modern Library-Random House, 1932.


Inferno.


Box 29 Trans. Allen Mandelbaum. New York: Bantam, 1982.


Box 29 Trans. John D. Sinclair. Revised ed. Oxford and New York: Galaxy-Oxford UP, 1961.


Box 29 Trans. John D. Sinclair. Revised ed. Oxford and New York: Oxford UP, 1961.


Box 29 Trans. Charles S. Singleton. 2 vols. Revised ed. Princeton: Princeton UP, 1977.


Paradiso.


Box 29 Trans. Allen Mandelbaum. New York: Bantam, 1986.


Box 29 Trans. John D. Sinclair. Oxford and New York: Galaxy-Oxford UP, 1961.


Box 29 Trans. John D. Sinclair. Oxford and New York: Oxford UP, 1961.


Box 29 Trans. Charles S. Singleton. Revised ed. Princeton: Princeton UP, 1977.


Purgatorio.


Box 29 Trans. Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. New York: Dolphin-Doubleday, undated.


Box 29 Trans. Allen Mandelbaum. New York: Bantam, 1984.


Box 29 Trans. John D. Sinclair. Revised ed. Oxford and New York: Galaxy-Oxford UP, 1961.


Box 29 Trans. John D. Sinclair. Revised ed. Oxford and New York: Oxford UP, 1961.


Box 29 Trans. Charles S. Singleton. Revised ed. Princeton: Princeton UP, 1977.


Box 29 Rime. Trans. Patrick S. Diehl. Princeton: Princeton UP, 1979.


Vita Nuova.


Box 29 Trans. Mark Musa. Bloomington: Indiana UP, 1973.


Box 29 Dante's New Life. Trans. Dante Gabriel Rossetti. New York: Thomas Y. Crowell, [1904].


Subseries VIII.6: Books about Dante or Related to Kennedy's Dante Project

Here are scholarly books in English on Dante; also included are bound volumes ofLectura Dantis.An edition of Vico (grouped by Beckett with Dante, Bruno and Joyce in his famous early essay) and the Loeb Classical Library's Virgil are also present.


Box 29 Barolini, Teodolinda. The Undivine Comedy: Detheologizing Dante. Princeton: Princeton UP, 1992.


Box 29 Bergin, Thomas G. Dante. Riverside Studies in Literature. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1965.


Box 29 Ferrante, Joan M. The Political Vision of the Divine Comedy. Princeton: Princeton UP, 1984.


Box 29 Friederich, Werner P. Dante's Fame Abroad, 1350-1850. Chapel Hill: North Carolina UP, 1950.


Box 29 Gardner, Edmund. Dante and the Mystics. New York: Haskell House, 1968.


Box 29 Harrison, Robert Pogue. The Body of Beatrice. Baltimore and London: Johns Hopkins UP, 1988.


Box 29 Mazzotta, Giuseppe. Dante's Vision and the Circle of Knowledge. Princeton: Princeton UP, 1993.


Box 29 McDougal, Stuart Y. Dante among the Moderns. Chapel Hill and London: North Carolina UP, 1985.


Box 29 Moore, Edward. Studies in Dante. First Series: Scripture and Classical Authors in Dante 1896. New York: Greenwood, 1968.


Box 29 Moore, Edward. Studies in Dante. Third Series: Miscellaneous Essays. 1903. New York: Greenwood, 1968.


Box 29 Toynbee, Paget. Concise Dictionary of Proper Names and Notable Matters in the Works of Dante. New York: Phaeton, 1968.



Box 30 Vittorini, Dominico. The Age of Dante: A Concise History of Italian Culture in the Years of the Early Renaissance. New York: Citadel, 1964.


Box 30 Wicksteed, Philip H. Dante and Aquinas: Being the Substance of the Jowett Lectures of 1911. New York: Haskell House, 1971.


Box 30 Lectura Dantis 6 (Spring 1990).


Box 30 Lectura Dantis 6 Supplement: Dante's Divine Comedy: Introductory Readings: I: Inferno (Spring 1990).


Box 30 Lectura Dantis 7 (Fall 1990).


Box 30 Lectura Dantis 8 (Spring 1991).


Box 30 Lectura Dantis 9 (Fall 1991).


Box 30 Lectura Dantis 10 (Spring 1992).


Box 30 Lectura Dantis 11 (Fall 1992).


Box 30 Lectura Dantis 12 Supplement: Dante's Divine Comedy: Introductory Readings II: Purgatorio (Spring 1993).


Box 30 Lectura Dantis 12 (Spring 1993).


Box 30 Lectura Dantis 13 (Fall 1993)


Box 30 Lectura Dantis 16-17: Dante's Divine Comedy: Introductory Readings III: Paradiso (Spring-Fall 1995).


Box 30 Vico, Giambattista. On the Study Methods of Our Time. Trans. Elio Gianturco. Indianapolis and New York: Library of Liberal Arts-Bobbs-Merrill, 1965.


Box 30 Virgil. The Aeneid. Trans. Rolfe Humphries. New York: Scribner, 1951.


Box 30 Virgil. Eclogues, Georgics Aeneid 1-6. Trans. H.R. Fairclough. 1938. Loeb Classical Library. Cambridge, MA: Harvard UP, 1986.


Box 30 Virgil. Aeneid 7-12, The Minor Poems. Trans. H.R. Fairclough. 1934. Loeb Classical Library. Cambridge, MA: Harvard UP, 1986.


Subseries VIII.7: Other Books

This small subseries primarily contains books on ancient Greek and medieval Christian philosophy and literature.


Box 30 The Letters of Abelard and Heloise. Trans. Betty Radice. New York: Penguin, 1974.


Box 30 Aristotle. Ethics. Trans. D.P. Chase. 1911. New York: E.P Dutton and London: J.M. Dent, 1937.


Box 30 Arpino, Giovanni. La suora giovane. Torino: Einaudi, 1959.


Box 30 Auerbach, Erich. Mimesis. Anchor-Doubleday, undated. Damaged.


Box 30 St. Augustine. The City of God. Trans. Marcus Dods. New York: Modern Library-Random House, 1950.


Box 30 St. Augustine. Confessions. Trans. John Pilkington. New York: Liveright, 1943.


Box 30 Boethius. The Consolation of Philosophy. Trans. V.E. Watts. New York: Penguin, 1969.


Box 30 Boethius. Tractates, De Consolatione Philosophiae. Trans. H.Stewart, E.K. Rand, and S.J. Tester. Cambridge MA: Loeb Classical Library-Harvard UP and London: William Heinemann, 1973.


Box 30 Aquinas, St. Thomas. The Philosophy of Saint Thomas Aquinas. Trans. Etienne Gilson and Rev. G.A Erlington. Cambridge: W. Heffer and Sons and St. Louis: B. Herder, 1924.


Box 30 Jonas, Hans. The Gnostic Religion. Second ed. Boston: Beacon, 1958.


Box 30 Kirk, G.S. and J.E. Raven. The Presocratic Philosophers. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 1966.


Box 30 Levin, Richard. The Question of Socrates. New York and Burlingame: Harcourt-Brace, 1961.


Box 30 De Lorris, Guillaume and Jean de Meur. The Romance of the Rose. Trans. Harry W. Robbins. New York: Meridian-Penguin, 1962.


Box 30 Nilsson, Martin P. A History of Greek Religion. Second ed. New York: W.W. Norton, 1964.


Box 30 West, Rebecca J. Eugenio Montale: Poet on the Edge. Cambridge, MA and London: Harvard UP, 1981.