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Series 1: Writings, 1910-1980

17.85 linear feet in 37 boxes and one oversize folder.
SOME ONLINE CONTENT
Consists of the autograph manuscripts and typescripts, with author's corrections, of Fitzgerald's novels The Great Gatsby, The Beautiful and Damned, The Last Tycoon, Tender Is the Night, and This Side of Paradise, as well as a number of galley proofs. Also includes typescripts, tear sheets (some with author's corrections) and some autograph manuscripts of Fitzgerald's short stories, as well as articles, poems, drama, moving picture, and radio scripts, biographical material, notes, and lists.
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Box 4, Folder 10
Includes typescripts of untitled early stories on pink paper with note "First Mss KC" together with a typescript beginning "The rubbish-gatherer tramped," which was published under the title the "Twilight in Athens" and the pseudonym Helen Diamantis in Orientations, 9 (Cairo, April 1943), 40-41. There is aslo an autograph manuscript draft of the story entitled "Decline" signed "K.C. 16.8.43," with later penciled note added by the author: "aged 15? perhaps my very first story - never published thank God" [this is not true since "Bread" and "Twilight in Athens" had already been published; carbon copies of the short stories: "Mother Nature" published in Paris Review, 6 (Summer 1954); "End of Season" or "The Proxy" dated October 1953 and published in Death of a Town (1954); "Orpheus in Hades" dated Sept. 17th, 1954 and published in The Atlantic, 195/6 (1955); "Journey into Language" published in International PEN Bulletin of Selected Books, 7/1 (Spring 1956), 3-8 and elsewhere; typescript of "A Carnival Masque" published in Envoy, London, Feb. 1956, 12-13, 23-24, 26; two typescripts of the story "Exposure" signed and dated April 7th, 1964, both bearing handwritten emendations and one the hanwritten note: "published only in Greek, I think Epoches certainly not in book form." There is also an autograph manuscript draft (undated) of the same story with croseed out title "The Removal." Included in the folder is a typescript of an original English text titled "Two Windows" by Tsitselē which was then translated by Lina Kasdaglē and published in journal Epoches, 35 (March 1966), 218-222; "The Ghost Goes East" (autograph note on first page reads: "This must be ancient - 1955/6/7?"); "The Parting of the Waters" dated 9.10.52 with handwritten corrections; a carbon copy of "Greek Awakening"; and an autograph manuscript of "A time to Say Goodnight," dated 14.9.54.
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Box 6, Folder 8
Includes autograph (October 3, 1952) and typescript drafts (undated) of Tsitselē's unpublished English translation of the novel Eroica by Kosmas Politēs; an offprint of the review "Diavazontas tēn Eroica tou Kosma Politē" by Al. Dimantopoulos published in Ta Nea Grammata (1939); correspondence (1 holograph and 1 typed letter) with the editor of Penguin Books Ltd, Martin Soames, regarding the above translation.
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Box 10, Folder 37
Includes 19 black-and-white photographs: 4 images (16 x 21.9 cm) of an international competition in literature (1965) where Tsitselē participated; 9 postcard photographs (7.7 x 13.5 cm.) of the Delphic Festival (1930) by Nelly's; 1 postcard photograph (0.9 x 14 cm.) of the Arch of Hadrian (Athens) by Neue Photogr. Gesellischaft (1898); and 5 miscellaneous images (11.7 x 0.8 cm.). There are also 15 black-and-white photographs, attached on mat board, of a coctail party dated November 19, 1954, in honor of John Steinbeck; and 5 black-and-white photographs of the Prix Formentor and the International Literary Prize event in Corfu in 1963, depicting Tsitselē, Kimon Friar, Barney Rosset, and others.
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Series 1: Author Files, 1757-1967

6 boxes
SOME ONLINE CONTENT
This series consists of correspondence and manuscripts. This series is organized alphabetically by author; Box 6 contains correspondence and printed catalogues about the collection, with much of the material concerning the book collection.