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Papers of Sidney Lanier

Also his illness with pleurodyraia; his opinion of the wood-engraving in "Portfolio of proof impressions" produced by Charles Scribner and sons'; his opposition to "art for art's sake"; his philosophy of the way poets should approach their work; and his interest in young artists.

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  • "Also his illness with pleurodyraia; his opinion of the wood-engraving in "Portfolio of proof impressions" produced by Charles Scribner and sons'; his opposition to "art for art's sake"; his philosophy of the way poets should approach their work; and his interest in young artists."@en
  • "Correspondents include John Eliot Bowen, William Elliot Griffis, George Baugh Heckel, John McDowell Leavitt , Henry Paret, Mariquita da G.A. de la Liguniere Peacock, editors of "Scribner's Monthly," Charles Scribner and Sons, John Banister Tabb, and John Robinson Tait."@en
  • "Six letters from Mary Day Lanier discuss her efforts to supply Lanier's signature and works for publication, particularly "Strange jokes"; the unfinished "How to read Chaucer"; "Little Ella. A beautiful ballad," a song published by Mattie Montgomery without Lanier's knowledge; Lanier's genius; an analysis of his handwriting; and her desire to make some amendments to William Elliot Griffis's copy of "The English novel.""@en
  • "Also his poem "Betrayal" from "The jacquerie," "Sunset" which was published in "Lippincott's Magazine" and set to music by Dudley Buck, a poem published in "Scribner's Monthly," and the poem "Clover" a protest against "art for art's sake"; paintings by John Robinson Tait in an exhibition; Gibson Peacock and the hospitality of his wife; a description of "Rockingham Springs," Virginia and its environs; and his train trip from Philadelphia to Baltimore."@en
  • "Also the "Reminiscences of Sidney Lanier" by Alfred Allen; her health and travels for health; the death of her father Charles Day; her friend, John McIntosh Kell, who served with Commodore Matthew Perry on the expedition to Japan; and a Christmas quatrain by John Bannister Tabb."@en
  • "The papers contain the autograph manuscripts for the poems "Clover," "A Florida ghost," "Solace" (published as "A song of eternity in time"), and "The stirrup-cup"; nine letters from Sidney Lanier re his writing, particularly a paper about Bartholomew Griffin entitled "A forgotten English poet" which he sent to the "International Review" through A.S. Barnes and Co."@en

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  • "Letters (Correspondence)"@en
  • "Manuscripts"@en

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  • "Papers of Sidney Lanier"@en