Archibald MacLeish: A Selectively Annotated Bibliography by Helen E. EllisArchibald MacLeish: A Selectively Annotated Bibliography by Helen E. Ellis

Archibald MacLeish: A Selectively Annotated Bibliography

byHelen E. Ellis, Maraget E. C. Howland, Drabeck, Bernard A.

Hardcover | October 17, 1995

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Archibald MacLeish: A Selectively Annotated Bibliography is the only complete compilation of material by and about Archibald MacLeish, one of America's most accomplished literary artists whose long, prodigious, and often controversial career spanned almost the entire twentieth century. A poet, playwright, and essayist, he wrote for Fortune magazine for nine years, served in several government positions including Librarian of Congress, and was a tenured professor at Harvard University. From such a lengthy and often controversial period of productivity, it is to be expected that material by and about him woud be voluminous-and such is the case. This bibliography contains 2,339 entries in eight chapters grouped by type of publication. Many of the entries are annotated and cross-referenced. Includes an introduction, a section on how to use the book, and extensive indexes.
Helen E. Ellis and Bernard A. Drabeck both hold the title of Professor Emeritus at Greenfield (MA) Community College, where each taught English and were academic administrators for more than twenty years.
Title:Archibald MacLeish: A Selectively Annotated BibliographyFormat:HardcoverDimensions:372 pages, 9 × 6 × 1 inPublished:October 17, 1995Publisher:Scarecrow Press

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ISBN - 10:0810830221

ISBN - 13:9780810830226

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...a labor of love by its compilers. It will remain the standard bibliography and reference work on its subject for a long time to come, and should be on the shelves of libraries with any pretension to cover twentieth century literature.