Amherst College

Connections

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Friends, Associates Emily Dickinson
Austin's wife, Susan Gilbert , became a close friend of ED . She had been married to Austin for a quarter century when he took a much younger mistress, Mabel Loomis Todd , the wife...
Material Conditions of Writing Tillie Olsen
At AmherstTO worked on a novella to be called Requa, which became in time a short story.
Reid, Panthea. Tillie Olsen: One Woman, Many Riddles. Rutgers University Press, 2010.
236, 251, 252
Seymour Lawrence offered her $35,000 for the novella if she could get it...
Occupation Tillie Olsen
After this, following the example of Anne Sexton , she secured a fellowship at the Radcliffe Institute , and moved for a year to Boston with her husband and youngest daughter. This fellowship was extended...
Occupation Gertrude Stein
On October 24 1934 she was greeted with effusive press coverage in New York.
Hobhouse, Janet. Everybody Who was Anybody: A Biography of Gertrude Stein. Doubleday, 1975.
158-9
At Columbia University she had been expected to give four lectures to audiences of approximately two hundred each. However...
Publishing Emily Dickinson
Notwithstanding the fact that Johnson's 1955 edition became the standard form of the poems, the challenge of representing ED 's letter-poems in their multiple manuscript versions along with their varied transmission and publication history is...
Textual Production Tillie Olsen
At AmherstTO worked on a never-completed book about Rebecca Harding Davis . This fed into her edition of Life in the Iron Mills, 1972, with its lengthy afterword.
Reid, Panthea. Tillie Olsen: One Woman, Many Riddles. Rutgers University Press, 2010.
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