Cowley, Malcolm, 1898-1989.
Biography and History
Malcolm Cowley was was an American novelist, poet, literary critic, and journalist. As part of the great crowd of creative genius that migrated to Paris, France, and congregated in Montparnasse, Cowley lived in France for three years, befriending Ernest Hemingway, F. Scott Fitzgerald, and others. He is often referred to as being part of America's Lost Generation. His most famous work is his autobiographical Exile's Return, published in 1934, which chronicled the general movement of the Lost Generation out of the United States.
Source: From the finding aid for C1323
Call Number: C1323
Consists of related correspondence, typescripts, editorial notes, and galley proofs for The Stories of F. Scott Fitzgerald, A Selection of 28 Stores, published by Charles Scribner's Sons in 1951, which American author and critic Malcolm Cowley edited and introduced.