William Beasley Papers

William Beasley

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Title: William Beasley Papers

Dates: 1929–1987

Creator: William Beasley

Summary/Abstract: William Beasley served as a professor of English from 1955 to 1987 and was heavily involved in campus life. The William Beasley Papers include course notes, poems, and other literary materials that Beasley used from his time as an English professor at MTSU. Included are papers related to the establishment of a committee for the 75th anniversary of MTSU, as well as papers related to the establishment of a doctor of arts degree at MTSU.

Quantity/Physical Description: 5.5 linear feet

Language(s): English

Repository: Albert Gore Research Center, Middle Tennessee State University, Murfreesboro, TN 37132, (615) 898-2632

Restrictions on Access: None

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Preferred Citation: (Box Number, Folder Number), William Beasley Papers, Albert Gore Research Center, Middle Tennessee State University, Murfreesboro, Tennessee

Acquisition: These papers were acquired through a transfer to the Albert Gore Research Center in 1999.

Processed By: Dr. Lisa Pruitt, Director (2004); Natalie Goodwin (2011); Lane Tillner, graduate assistant (2014)

Arrangement: Professor Beasley’s papers are arranged into 18 series: Class Materials, Authors, William March, Literary Periods and Themes, Correspondence, MTSU General, English Conferences, MTSU Alumni Materials, MTSU Foundation, MTSU Continuing Education, MTSU Doctor of Arts Program, MTSU English Department, MTSU Faculty, N.C. and Sarah Beasley, Personal, Writings and Research, Drawings, and Photographs.

Biographical Note: William M. Beasley was born on September 9, 1924. He was a native of Murfreesboro, Tennessee, and graduated from the city’s Central High School in 1942. In June of that same year, Beasley enrolled at Middle Tennessee State College. Besides being a student, Beasley also enlisted in the Air Corps in December 1942. On March 10, 1943, he was called to active duty. Starting in March, Beasley attended the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and soon graduated from Class “B” Pre-Meteorological School for the Air Corps on September 18, 1943. After his studies at UNC, he enrolled in the Meteorology School at the University of Chicago and graduated from there in June 1944. After his training in meteorological studies, Beasley was commissioned as a second lieutenant in the U.S. Air Force. He was stationed briefly in the Philippine Islands and also in the United States. In May 1946, he was discharged with the rank first lieutenant and in June he reenrolled in MTSC. By August 1947 he obtained his bachelor of science degree in English and science. From 1947–1949, Beasley attended Vanderbilt University and received his master of arts degree in English with a minor in history. In 1955, Beasley began teaching in the English department at MTSC. While teaching, he continued pursuing more education and by June 1958, he obtained his PhD in English from Vanderbilt University. During his tenure at MTSC/MTSU, Beasley served as the chair of the English department and was an active participant in establishing the doctorate of arts program at MTSU during the early 1970s. In addition, he was a member of the alumni committee and helped develop the Alumni Center at MTSU. After numerous years of serving MTSU, Beasley retired in 1987. He died in 1994.

Scope and Content: William Beasley was a Professor of English and Middle Tennessee State College and Middle Tennessee State University from 1955 through his retirement in 1987. The bulk of the William Beasley Papers refer to this period, 1955–1987. The William Beasley Papers are divided into eighteen series: Class Materials, Authors, William March, Literary Periods and Themes, Correspondence, MTSU General, English Conferences, MTSU Alumni Materials, MTSU Foundation, MTSU Continuing Education, MTSU Doctor of Arts Program, MTSU English Department, MTSU Faculty, N.C. and Sarah Beasley, Personal, Writings and Research, Drawings, and Photographs.

A large portion of these papers falls under the class materials series which is a compilation of class notes, exams, style guides, handouts, and discussion and essay questions that he used in the courses he taught. His area of focus appears to be American literature. Similar to his class materials, Beasley also created and kept extensive notes on various authors as well as literary periods and themes, the majority of which were American. His papers also reflect his active participation in the English department.

The papers also contain his correspondence, which range from personal letters to research requests and letters about students’ dissertation work.

As a professor, William Beasley involved himself with various campus organizations and activities. Within his papers are MTSU 75th anniversary materials, alumni association programs and documents, materials about the MTSU Foundation, and faculty development, as well as materials documenting the establishment of the doctorate of arts degree at MTSU, and specifically in the English department. As part of his role as professor, he attended many professional development conferences. His papers include information about conferences held by the Tennessee College English Association, the Tennessee Council of Teachers of English, the South Atlantic Association of Departments of English, the Association of Departments of English, and the Tennessee Education Association.

A portion of his papers contain materials related to his early life and childhood as well as some materials from his father and mother. These papers are divided into two series: N.C. and Sarah Beasley and Personal. His father, N.C. Beasley, was a dean at Middle Tennessee State Teachers College and Middle Tennessee State College. Included in these materials are correspondence, articles about N.C. Beasley and the college, in general, as well as notebooks and Sunday school attendance books retained by his mother. The personal series that relate to his childhood include Valentine’s Day cards he received as a child, documents from his time at the training school as well as Central High School. Also included is a version of his curriculum vitae. The drawing series contains drawings that were part of Nat Beasley’s classwork as a child.

The papers also include his own personal class materials from his graduate work towards his master’s and doctorate degrees. These include notes, revisions, thesis chapters, portions of his dissertation, notecards containing both research and source citations as well as many of his graduate essays written during his time at Vanderbilt University.

Photographs also make up a portion of the William Beasley Papers. These photographs are described in a table separate from the other materials. These include images of Dr. Richard Peck, a football team, and a gazebo.

Several books associated with Dr. Beasley's teaching and research interests were retained with the manuscript materials. The bibliographical information for these titles, which are housed separately, is listed below.

Associated Materials: There are no additional materials associated with these papers.

Related Collections: For additional materials on the 75th anniversary of MTSU celebration, see the T. Earl Hinton Papers and the Robert LaLance Papers in the Albert Gore Research Center.

Subjects (General)
Dickinson, Emily
Emerson, Ralph Waldo
Faulkner, William
Glasgow, Ellen
Hawthorne, Nathaniel
James, Henry

Material Types
Lecture notes
Class handouts
Correspondence
Research
Writings
Photographs

Inventory:

Box

Folder

Series

Description of Materials

1

1

Class Materials

Stallman, Robert Wooster. “The Critical Reader.” College English (April 1948).

1

2

Class Materials

Literary criticism guides, no date; mythic criticism, psychological criticism, social criticism

1

3

Class Materials

“My Ideal Man,” no author, no date

1

4

Class Materials

Poetry analysis materials, no date

1

5

Class Materials

Reading list for English 101 and English 102, no date

1

6

Class Materials

Selected American novels, 1900-1941, reading list

1

7

Class Materials

Handout: theme II, poetry analysis, “To Read a Poem”
poem analysis no date

1

8

Class Materials

“The Way of Life in My Hometown” no author, no date

1

9

Class Materials

Course planning materials for English 102: Composition, Spring 1985 and English 111, fall 1985

1

10

Class Materials

Writing a paper guide sheets, no date

1

11

Class Materials

English 133: test, no date

1

12

Class Materials

English 201: tests (objective), no date

1

13

Class Materials

English 201: tests, essay questions and notes, no date

1

14

Class Materials

English 202: tests (objective), no date

1

15

Class Materials

English 202: tests (essay), no date

1

16

Class Materials

English 202: tests (essay) The Great Gatsby, no date

1

17

Class Materials

Poems for study, no date

1

18

Class Materials

“The Peasant” no date

1

19

Class Materials

English 202 poems and essay tests, no date

1

20

Class Materials

English 211: The Experience of Literature: fall 1975, fall 1978, fall 1979

1

21

Class Materials

English 211: The Experience of Literature: spring 1980, summer 1980

1

22

Class Materials

English 211: The Experience of Literature: fall 1982

1

23

Class Materials

English 211: The Experience of Literature: fall 1983, fall 1984, fall 1985

1

24

Class Materials

English 211: Drama, no date

1

25

Class Materials

English 211: Theme topics: maturity, no date

2

1

Class Materials

English 221: Major Themes in American Literature: spring 1979, summer 1980, spring 1982

2

2

Class Materials

English 221: Major Themes in American Literature: spring 1984, spring 1985, summer 1986

2

3

Class Materials

English 231: exams, no date

2

4

Class Materials

Pamphlet about David Adams Leeming’s Mythology: The Voyage of the Hero

2

5

Class Materials

English 302: essay questions

2

6

Class Materials

English 311-312: exams, no date

2

7

Class Materials

Nineteenth century American literature, summer 1954-1964

2

8

Class Materials

English 331 notes

2

9

Class Materials

English 331: exams, no date

2

10

Class Materials

English 331: objectives, notes

2

11

Class Materials

American literature

2

12

Class Materials

English 331: Nineteenth Century American Literature: fall 1978, fall 1980

2

13

Class Materials

English 331: Nineteenth Century American Literature: fall 1981, fall 1983

2

14

Class Materials

English 331: Nineteenth Century American Literature: fall 1985, part 1

2

15

Class Materials

English 331: Nineteenth Century American Literature: fall 1985, part 2

3

1

Class Materials

English 331: Nineteenth Century American Literature: summer 1986

3

2

Class Materials

English 332: notes and handouts, no date

3

3

Class Materials

English 332: exams and notes, no date

3

4

Class Materials

English 332: spring 1979, spring 1982

3

5

Class Materials

English 332: spring 1983, summer 1984

3

6

Class Materials

English 332: spring 1986

3

7

Class Materials

“Opera No. 1,” presented by the students of English 350: 1958

3

8

Class Materials

English 463: The American Renaissance: spring 1972

3

9

Class Materials

English 463: The American Renaissance: spring 1974

3

10

Class Materials

English 542: notes, no date

3

11

Class Materials

English 640: American Literature to 1800: spring 1981, fall 1982

3

12

Class Materials

English 640/740: American Literature to 1800: spring 1984

4

1

Class Materials

English 640/740: American Literature to1800: summer 1985, part 1

4

2

Class Materials

English 640/740: American Literature to 1800: summer 1985, part 2

4

3

Class Materials

English 641: spring 1971, summer 1971

4

4

Class Materials

English 641/741: Studies in American Literature 1800–1860: summer 1978, spring 1980

4

5

Class Materials

English 641/741: Studies in American Literature 1800–1860: summer 1981

4

6

Class Materials

English 641/741: Studies in American Literature 1800–1860: summer 1983

4

7

Class Materials

English 641/741: Studies in American Literature 1800–1860: spring 1985

4

8

Class Materials

English 643: notes, no date

5

1

Class Materials

English 643: Studies in American Literature, 1910–1950: summer 1970

5

2

Class Materials

English 657: final exam

5

3

Class Materials

MA, MAT, and DA exam questions

5

4

Class Materials

Literature and poem response questions

5

5

Authors

Emily Dickinson

5

6

Authors

Ralph Waldo Emerson

5

7

Authors

William Faulkner

5

8

Authors

Ellen Glasgow

5

9

Authors

Nathaniel Hawthorne and Stephen Crane: innocence & experience

5

10

Authors

Henry James

5

11

Authors

Herman Melville

5

12

Authors

John Milton, part 1

5

13

Authors

John Milton, part 2

5

14

Authors

Edgar Allan Poe

5

15

Authors

Edmund Spenser

5

16

Authors

Henry David Thoreau

6

1

Authors

Mark Twain

6

2

Authors

Richard Weber

6

3

Authors

Walt Whitman

6

4

Authors

Literary clippings about various authors, 1930–1941

6

5

William March

Biographical information, writing chronology

6

6

William March

Biography, bibliography

6

7

William March

Professor Beasley’s incoming and outgoing correspondence about William March

6

8

William March

Information about the salute to William March, March 3–8, 1986, in Mobile, Alabama

6

9

Literary Periods and Themes

Colonial and Revolutionary American literature, part 1

6

10

Literary Periods and Themes

Colonial and Revolutionary American literature, part 2

6

11

Literary Periods and Themes

Early nineteenth-century American literature

6

12

Literary Periods and Themes

American renaissance

6

13

Literary Periods and Themes

Romantic prose and poetry

6

14

Literary Periods and Themes

Twentieth-century American literature

7

1

Correspondence

Correspondence: Personal and business

7

2

Correspondence

Correspondence with Emerson-Twayne about William March

7

3

Correspondence

Correspondence about Virginia Peck’s thesis

7

4

Correspondence

Correspondence with Roy Simmonds

7

5

Correspondence

Letters and correspondence, 1970–1984

7

6

MTSU General

Alumni Memorial Gym

7

7

MTSU General

Financial information for various funds

7

8

MTSU General

Commemoration and dedication of Kirksey Old Main and Peck Hall

7

9

MTSU General

Homecoming, 1984 and 1985

7

10

MTSU General

Teacher education

7

11

MTSU General

Pittard Campus School newsletter, no date

7

12

MTSU General

Veteran’s Day salute halftime show materials

7

13

MTSU General

Vice president of academic affairs search

7

14

MTSU General

Self-study information for the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, 1973

7

15

English Conferences

Tennessee College English Association, Knoxville, 1968

7

16

English Conferences

South Atlantic Association of Departments of English, 1977–1978

7

17

English Conferences

Tennessee College English Conference, 1947-1963

7

18

English Conferences

Tennessee College English Association, Chattanooga

8

1

English Conferences

Association of Departments of English, 1978

8

2

English Conferences

Tennessee Council of Teachers of English Correspondence

8

3

English Conferences

Tennessee Council of Teachers of English, 1960

8

4

English Conferences

Tennessee Council of Teachers of English, 1967

8

5

English Conferences

Tennessee Council of Teachers of English Midsummer Conference, 1969

8

6

English Conferences

Tennessee College English Association, April 18-19, 1980

8

7

English Conferences

Tennessee Council of Teachers of English Constitution

8

8

English Conferences

Tennessee Council of Teachers of English, Murfreesboro, 1954

8

9

English Conferences

Tennessee College English Association, 1969 and 1970

8

10

English Conferences

Tennessee College English Association, 1972

8

11

English Conferences

Tennessee College English Association, 1974 and 1975

8

12

English Conferences

Tennessee College English Association, 1977 and 1979

8

13

English Conferences

Tennessee College English Association reports

8

14

English Conferences

Tennessee Council of Teachers of English, correspondence with Sister M. Philippa Coogan, 1970

8

15

English Conferences

Tennessee College English Association materials

8

16

English Conferences

The Tennessee Teacher (Tennessee Education Association) XI, no. 2 (October 1943)

9

1

MTSU Alumni Materials

Alumni Association materials

9

2

MTSU Alumni Materials

Alumni banquet, 1984 and 1985

9

3

MTSU Alumni Materials

Alumni Center, 1985–86

9

4

MTSU Alumni Materials

Alumni Board memos and minutes, 1984–86

9

5

MTSU Alumni Materials

Council of Alumni Presidents: Desegregation Plan for MTSU 1984

9

6

MTSU Alumni Materials

Office of Alumni Relations: memos and meeting notes from Joe Nunley

9

7

MTSU Alumni Materials

Mid-Stater, Winter 1978

9

8

MTSU Foundation

75th anniversary of Middle Tennessee State University materials, contains Executive Committee anniversary materials,; 1986 Mid-Stater; and departmental responses to a questionnaire sent by Dr. Beasley; 75th anniversary speech

9

9

MTSU Foundation

Executive Committee materials, 1984–1985: memos, meeting agendas and minutes, committee business

9

10

MTSU Foundation

Middle Tennessee State University Foundation giving structure study

9

11

MTSU Continuing Education

Continuing Education materials, 1973–1974, part one

9

12

MTSU Continuing Education

Continuing Education materials, 1973–1974, part two

9

13

MTSU Continuing Education

Eagle University report prepared by the Southern of Colleges and Schools

9

14

MTSU Doctor of Arts Program

Doctor of Arts, theory and practice, part one

10

1

MTSU Doctor of Arts Program

Doctor of Arts, theory and practice, part two

10

2

MTSU Doctor of Arts Program

Doctor of Arts, theory and practice, part three

10

3

MTSU English Department

Advisory Committee, 1978–1979

10

4

MTSU English Department

Long Range Planning Committee

10

5

MTSU English Department

Teaching suggestions

10

6

MTSU English Department

Load forms

10

7

MTSU English Department

Changing course structures, 1981

10

8

MTSU English Department

Frazier Award for Writing, includes correspondence regarding the award and participant essays

10

9

MTSU English Department

English graduate program materials

10

10

MTSU English Department

State College and Universities English Department meeting, 1966

10

11

MTSU English Department

Correspondence and materials for Doctor of Arts candidates, part one

10

12

MTSU English Department

Correspondence and materials for Doctor of Arts candidates, part two

10

13

MTSU English Department

William Beasley’s faculty position: an article about his doctoral degree as well as his materials related to the Craddock Club, presumably as faculty advisor

10

14

MTSU Faculty

Calcott Trust: information regarding Dr. Emily S. Calcott

10

15

MTSU Faculty

Memoriam for Christine Vaughn

10

16

MTSU Faculty

Dean and chairman evaluation

10

17

MTSU Faculty

Faculty Handbook, copy of 1980 edition and revisions made in 1984

10

18

MTSU Faculty

Faculty Research Committee on William March Study

11

1

MTSU Faculty

Faculty Personnel, 1983

11

2

MTSU Faculty

Faculty Senate

11

3

MTSU Faculty

Committee on Rank and Promotion, compiled by Dr. Peck

11

4

MTSU Faculty

Promotion and Tenure, 1982

11

5

Personal

Prominent Rutherford Citizen nomination for Nathaniel Craig Beasley

11

6

N.C. and Sarah Beasley

Papers of N.C. and Sarah Beasley, part one. (N.C. and Sarah Beasley were William Beasley’s parents.): correspondence, news articles, and notebooks kept by Sarah Beasley, 1920s–1930s

11

7

N.C. and Sarah Beasley

Papers of N.C. and Sarah Beasley, part two. (N.C. and Sarah Beasley were William Beasley’s parents.): correspondence, news articles, and Sunday school attendance books kept by Sarah Beasley, 1930s–1940s

11

8

N.C. and Sarah Beasley

Recollections by N.C. Beasley

11

9

Personal

Central High School 40th reunion, 1982

11

10

Personal

William Beasley’s childhood papers: correspondence, Valentine’s cards, documents from his time at training school and Central High School

11

11

Personal

Watercolor painting of yellow butterflies eating watermelon, dated summer 1986

11

12

Personal

William Beasley’s resume, 1952

11

13

Writings and Research

American Literature notes

11

14

Writings and Research

Notebooks

12

1

Writings and Research

Notes on books read, 1930s-1950s

12

2

Writings and Research

Essay on the history of record keeping

12

3

Writings and Research

Essays entitled “Jimmy Grill” and “Pursuit”

12

4

Writings and Research

American literature essays

12

5

Writings and Research

Master’s thesis drafts

12

6

Writings and Research

Master’s thesis revisions

12

7

Writings and Research

Thesis chapter I: The New South

12

8

Writings and Research

Thesis chapter II: Ellen Glasgow and the Historical Approach

12

9

Writings and Research

Thesis chapter III: T.S. Scribbling and the Sociological Approach

12

10

Writings and Research

Thesis chapter IV: Erskine Caldwell and Economic Approval

12

11

Writings and Research

Thesis chapter V: William March

12

12

Writings and Research

Graduate papers written while at Vanderbilt University

13

1

Writings and Research

Dissertation notes

13

2

Writings and Research

New South and Southern novelists, 1920–1950: thesis draft

13

3

Writings and Research

New South and Southern novelists notes for thesis

13

4

Writings and Research

Thesis Chapter III: T.S. Scribbling and the Sociological Approach rough draft and notes

13

5

Writings and Research

Thesis Chapter IV: Erskine Caldwell and Economic Approval supplementary notes

13

6

Writings and Research

Thesis Chapter V: William March supplementary notes

13

7

Writings and Research

Research notecards containing notes and source citations

Drawings and Photographs:

Below are thumbnail images for all of the photographs and drawings included with the William Beasley Papers. These images are also available to the public for in-house use at the Albert Gore Research Center. Images are arranged by image number both in the research center’s database and in this finding aid.

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Box

Series

Thumbnail

Number

Description

14

Drawings

N Beasley 001

Nat Beasley Drawing 001

18″ by 12″ drawing in pencil and crayons. The drawing has solid colors of brown, orange, purple and pink on the bottom and a sketch of a car. Written is “ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSSTTUUVVWWXXYYZZ I had a rabbit one time. One morning when I got up I went to the old kitchen. My rabbit was dead. I buried him.”

14

Drawings

N Beasley 002

Nat Beasley Drawing 002

18″ by 12″ drawing in pencil and crayons. This drawing has purple and red flowers in the bottom right portion. Written is “What do you think! Our seeds are coming up! A row of tiny green plants across our garden. The plants are tiny roudishes. We must plant our egg shell garden.”

14

Drawings

N Beasley 003

Nat Beasley Drawing 003

18″ by 12″ drawing in pencil and crayons. This drawing has a brown, pink, red outline and a black image in the middle. “What a surprise! We have some garden seeds. Nat brought some seeds this morning. He brought radish lettuce, carrot and onion seed. Thank you Nat.”

14

Drawings

N Beasley 004aN Beasley 004b

Nat Beasley Drawing 004a-b

18″ by 12″ drawing in pencil and crayons. (Front image) This drawing has a row of purple, green and brown flowers with a green border. “We turned our garden around to day. The plants were turning to the light. All growing plants need sunlight and air. We must open our windows wide to let in fresh air.” (back image) A person with a color plot. “Nat Be Come Jane said. Our garden is coming.”

14

Drawings

N Beasley 005

Nat Beasley Drawing 005

18″ by 12″ drawing in pencil and crayons. This page simply has a red and purple border outline. “We are planning an indoor garden. Jimmy brought his aquarium this morning. First we shall put small rocks in the aquarium. Then we shall need some soil for the plantsg. We shall then put in our cuttins.”

 

Box

Thumbnail

Number

Description

15

Beasley 001.

William Beasley 001

3 ½″ by 5″ black and white image depicting the front façade of a gazebo with window panels and double doors. The gazebo is slightly off-center but surrounded by trees in the background.

15

Beasley 002

William Beasley 002

3 ½″ by 5″ black and white image depicting the back of the same gazebo, showing two window panels and a stone chimney. The gazebo takes up most of the foreground of the image.

15

Beasley 003

William Beasley 003

5″ by 7″ black and white image of a unidentified football team. The image shows three rows of players. The first row in posed in an offensive position. The second row is hunched over the first. The third row is standing in the back. A coach stands on either side. The players look to be teenagers and young adults. Please note, the left portion of the image has some deterioration.

15

Beasley 004

William Beasley 004a-b

5″ by 7″ black and white image of Richard Peck (head of the English department). Dr. Peck is sitting at a desk with a pipe in one hand and papers in the other. He is wearing a white shirt and black tie and looking directly at the camera.

15

Beasley 005

William Beasley 005

1 ½″ by 3″ black and white image of Prichett Alfred Lyon, a former MTSTC president. He is pictured diagonal to the camera.

Books

Amis, Kingsley.  Lucky Jim.  New York: Viking Press, 1964.
Dunne, Michael and William Connelly.  Main Themes in American Literature.  Raleigh, North Carolina: Contemporary Publishing Company, 1978.
Ellis, Milton, Louise Pound, and George Weida Spohn.  A College Book of American Literature.  New York: American Book Company, 1939.
Emerson, Ralph Waldo.  Essays: first and second series.  London: J. M. Dent and Company, 1906.
Frederic, Harold.  The Damnation of Theron Ware: or Illumination. New York: Stone & Kimball, 1896.
Gordon, Caroline.  Aleck Maury, Sportsman.  New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1934.
Klaeber, Friedrich. Beowulf and the Fight at Finnsburg. Boston: Heath, 1941.
Pepys, Samuel.  Everybody’s Pepys: the diary of Samuel Pepys, 1660-1669.  New York: Harcourt, Brace & Company, 1926.
Shakespeare, William, and Hardin Craig.  Shakespeare.  Chicago:  Atlanta Scott, Foresman and Company, 1931.
Whitman, Walt and James E. Miller.  Whitman’s “Song of Myself”: Origin, Growth, Meaning.New York: Dodd, Mead, 1964.
Studies in Short Fiction, volume 3, number 3, (Spring 1966).
Studies in Short Fiction, volume 4, number 1, (Fall 1966).
Studies in Short Fiction, volume 4, number 3, (Spring 1967).
Studies in Short Fiction, volume 8, number 4, (Fall 1971).
Studies in Short Fiction, volume 16, number 3, (Summer 1979).

 

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