All Series Level Scope and Content Notes
Scope and Contents Note
Consists of two unprocessed accurals including correspondence,
drafts, galley proofs, offprints, and source material toward Kohn's
essays "Robin Moore’s Unfinished Masterpiece," "Buddhist Duality in
William Gaddis’s Carpenter’s Gothic ," and
"The Fivesquare Amsterdam of Ian
Located in accession queue.
Accural 1 (accession 23040) consists of unprocessed materials
including correspondence and material toward Kohn's essays "Robin
Moore's Unfinished Materpiece" and "Buddhist Duality in William
Gaddis’s Carpenter’s Gothic ."
Consists of correspondence concerning Kohn's essays the Seven
Buddhist Themes in Pynchon’s The Crying of
Lot 49 and The Ambivalence in Kotzwinkle’s Beat and Bardo
Consists of correspondence, notes, drafts, and manuscripts of
"Robin Moore's Unfinished Masterpiece."
Consists of correspondence, drafts, and manuscripts of Buddhist
Duality in William Gaddis’s Carpenter’s
Accural 2 (accession 23067) consists of unprocessed material
including correspondence, drafts, galley proofs, offprints, and
source material toward Kohn's essay "The Fivesquare "Amsterdam" of Ian McEwan."
Grouped into four subseries: Correspondence, Drafts, Galley
Proofs, Offprints, and Source Material.
Consists of professional correspondence.
Consists of early drafts.
Consists of one galley proof.
Consists of two offprings and one copy of Critical Survey .
Consists of two copies of Amsterdam by Ian McEwan and one copy of
The Fivesquare City: The City in the
Religious Imagination by James Daugherty.
Transferred to the Rare Books Division.
Accural 3 (accession 23079) consists of unprocessed material
including correspondence and offprints.
Consists of correspondence with John Ashbery, Gerry Nicosia,
Helen Strang, and Peter Wolfe.
Grouped into two subseries: Offprints and Books Transferred to
Rare Books Division.
Consists of an addendum to “Buddhist Duality in William
Gaddis’s Carpenter’s Gothic”
Consists Critique , Vol. 46, No.
3 (Spring 2005) and Memory Babe: A
Critical Biography of Jack Kerouac by Gerald Nicosia
(1982). Inscribed to Kohn by Nicosia.