By Murphy, Elizabeth; Stern, Richard; Justice, Donald
A likelihood assembly within the college of North Carolina campus library in 1944 begun a decades-long friendship and sixty-year correspondence. Donald Justice (1925–2004) and Richard Stern (1928–2013) may pass directly to develop into, respectively, the Pulitzer Prize–winning poet and the acclaimed novelist. A serious Friendship showcases a variety of their letters and postcards from the 1st fifteen years in their correspondence, representing the formative interval in either writers’ careers. It contains a few of Justice’s unpublished poetry and early drafts of later released poems in addition to a few early, never-before-published poetry through Stern.
A severe Friendship is the tale of 2 writers inventing themselves, starting with the earliest extant letters and finishing with these simply following their first significant courses, Justice’s poetry assortment The summer season Anniversaries and Stern’s novel Golk. those letters spotlight their willingness to provide and take feedback and record the beginning of 2 precise and critical American literary lives. The letters equally record the impact of lecturers, pals, and contemporaries, together with Saul Bellow, John Berryman, Edgar Bowers, Robert Lowell, Norman Mailer, Allen Tate, Peter Hillsman Taylor, Robert Penn Warren, Eudora Welty, and Yvor Winters, all of whom function within the pair's conversations. In a broader context, their correspondence sheds mild at the improvement of the mid-twentieth-century American literary scene.
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You could try Box 311, Decatur, Georgia, from which I suppose it would be forwarded. Stern Papers, Regenstein Library, 56:2; TS. Monday [November 1947] | [Evansville IN] Dear Don & Jean, Have just read your letter and I won’t tell you how much it meant hearing from you. If the return address is surprising to you it is still bewildering to me. I am the asst. mgr. of a dept. store specializing in women’s wear. I make $35 a wk. reduced by the Int. Rev. Bureau to $29. On this I live. I am in a room with some people called Metcalfe.
I simply refuse to accept inwardly (where I hope it counts) any of the responsibility for Their doings. Jean and I are even thinking, rather foolishly and haphazardly I suppose, of a farm somewhere with bomb cellars. We wish you as much luck as we wish ourselves. Thanks so much for what you thought of my poem. And for your own version, which Jean and I have been puzzling over. I am sure of my admiration for the line, “The clam is its own dark and its own calm,” or however it goes, as well as for a couple of other effects.
If getting married would keep me out of the draft I would seriously consider it. Fine about Stanford. Winters will soon be having a change of heart or maybe an expansion. Or have you? Again, you are expected in NY and incidentally if I’m not there you will still use the apartment. Dick Private MS. April 3, 1948 | Miami Dear Dick, Nothing I could possibly say about what Edgar calls the mad world would be anything but corny. I simply refuse to accept inwardly (where I hope it counts) any of the responsibility for Their doings.
A critical friendship : Donald Justice and Richard Stern, 1946-1961 by Murphy, Elizabeth; Stern, Richard; Justice, Donald