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Author: Felix Pollak,Gregory H. Mason,Anaïs Nin
ISBN13: 978-0804010061
Title: Arrows of Longing: The Correspondence Between Anais Nin and Felix Pollak, 1952-1976
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Publisher: Swallow Press; 1 edition (June 15, 1998)
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Arrows of Longing: The Correspondence Between Anais Nin and Felix Pollak, 1952-1976 by Felix Pollak,Gregory H. Mason,Anaïs Nin



Personal Name: Nin, Anaïs, 1903-1977. Publication, Distribution, et. Athens, Ohio Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references (p. ) and index. Personal Name: Nin, Anaïs, 1903-1977 Correspondence. Personal Name: Pollak, Felix Correspondence. Personal Name: Pollak, Felix. Personal Name: Mason, George Henry. Rubrics: Women authors, American 20th century Correspondence Poets, American 20th century Librarians United States. Download PDF book format. Download DOC book format.

Personal Name: Nin, Anaïs, 1903-1977. Note: Includes bibliographical references and index.

Arrows Of Longing book. In the winter of 1951-52, Anais Nin was a writer in despair. More than a dozen publishing houses had rejected her new novel, A Spy in the House of Love, and Nin became desperate for literary acceptance. Encouragement came from an unexpected source. Felix Pollak, an Austrian emigre and Rare Book Librarian at Northwestern University, had been entrusted with the task of acqui In the winter of 1951-52, Anais Nin was a writer in despair. More than a dozen publishing houses had rejected her new novel, A Spy in the House of Love, and Nin became desperate for literary acceptance

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Arrows of Longing : The Correspondence Between Anais Nin and Felix Pollak, 1952-1976. Felix Pollak, an Austrian emigre and Rare Book Librarian at Northwestern University, had been entrusted with the task of acquiring some of Nin's manuscripts for the library.

Gregory Mason is Professor Emeritus of English at Gustavus Adolphus College in Saint Peter, Minnesota. A native of England (a Man of Kent), Greg graduated from the University of Sussex, and then earned his PhD in Comparative Literature at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. There he met his wife Ruth, a Californian, and they moved to Minnesota, where Greg taught world literature, film, and peace studies at Gustavus, twice serving as Chair of the English Department, while Ruth had a career as the college’s Director of International Education. Following from a personal friendship with the late Felix Pollak, Greg is also the author of Arrows of Longing: The Correspondence Between Anais Nin and Felix Pollak, 1952-1976 (1998).

Pollak, who initially contacted the then-obscure Nin about the purchase of her manuscripts, was also a fellow European exile, who had fled his beloved Austria with the Anschluss, and a struggling poet with a taste for the mordant social observations of his hero, the Viennese critic Karl Kraus. Pollak's denunciations of the philistinism in American publishing, which had persistently rejected Nin's novel A Spy in the House of Love, combined with his fanlike admiration for Nin's work to win over the author. The Correspondence Between Anaãs Nin and Felix Pollak, 1952-1976.

Richard-Allerdyce, Diane: Anais Nin and the Remaking of Self : Gender, Modernism, and Narrative Identity. With one of the first critical studies to treat Nin's work as a unified whole, Richard-Allerdyce illuminates Nin's writings as she traces the development of Nin's theories of gender and the creative self through her experimental fiction, criticism, and diaries. Mason, Gregory H. (e. : Arrows of Longing : The Correspondence Between Anais Nin and Felix Pollak, 1952-1976. Nalbantian, Suzanne (e.

"What moving poems you fashion out of your sadness. Beautiful, wistful poems of deep feeling. You have not lost your gift. What a pair we are. I have been fighting cancer for six months. May be well in August. I will read your poems to my students." -- Anaïs Nin to Felix PollakIn the winter of 1951-52, Anaïs Nin was a writer in despair. More than a dozen publishing houses had rejected her new novel, A Spy in the House of Love, and Nin became desperate for literary acceptance. Encouragement came from an unexpected source. Felix Pollak, an Austrian emigré and Rare Book Librarian at Northwestern University, had been entrusted with the task of acquiring some of Nin's manuscripts for the library. A longtime admirer of her work and himself an emerging poet, Pollak wrote Nin a letter of appreciation, and this quickly blossomed into an animated and devoted correspondence.Through this correspondence of over 200 letters, both writers present nuanced self-portraits that shed fresh light on their complex personalities. Their frank and open exchange of views on life and art spanned twenty-five years. Editor Gregory H. Mason provides us with a unique insight into the development of these two writers as they grow in their friendship and as artists.