Editor to Author: The Letters of Maxwell E. Perkins

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EDITOR TO AUTHOR
THE LETTERS OF MAXWELL E. PERKINS

Selected and Edited, with Commentary and an Introduction by JOHN HALL WHEELOCK

CHARLES SCRIBNER'S SONS, NEW YORK

CHARLES SCRIBNER'S SONS, LTD., LONDON

1950

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Editor's Note v
  • Contents vii
  • Introduction 1
  • To Van Wyck Brooks 10
  • To Arthur Train 14
  • To James Huneker 16
  • To F. Scott Fitzgerald 18
  • To F. Scott Fitzgerald 20
  • To Arthur Train 23
  • To James Huneker 25
  • To James Huneker 25
  • To John Galsworthy 27
  • To John Galsworthy 29
  • To F. Scott Fitzgerald 30
  • To Ring W. Lardner 31
  • To Edward Bok 32
  • To F. Scott Fitzgerald 36
  • To F. Scott Fitzgerald 37
  • To James Boyd 38
  • To Will James 41
  • To Struthers Burt 44
  • To F. Scott Fitzgerald 46
  • To James Boyd 49
  • To John W. Thomason, Jr. 50
  • To Willard Huntington Wright 52
  • To John W. Thomason, Jr. 54
  • To Roger Burungame 55
  • To Thomas Wolfe 61
  • To John Galsworthy 62
  • To James Boyd 63
  • To Erskine Caldwell 65
  • To Leon Trotsky 66
  • To Thomas Wolfe 67
  • To Thomas Wolfe 68
  • To Thomas Wolfe 69
  • To Thomas Wolfe 70
  • To Allen Tate 72
  • To Morley Callaghan 73
  • To Ernest Hemingway 74
  • To Ernest Hemingway 77
  • To Chard Powers Smith 78
  • To Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings 82
  • To Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings 83
  • To Caroline Gordon 85
  • To Marjoree Kinnan Rawlings 86
  • To James Boyd 89
  • To Ernest Hemingway 90
  • To Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings 92
  • To Ernest Hemingway 94
  • To Thomas Wolfe 99
  • To Thomas Wolfe 100
  • To Caroline Gordon 103
  • To Thomas Wolfe 104
  • To Hamilton Basso 105
  • To A. S. Frere-Reeves 106
  • To Thomas Wolfe 109
  • To Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings 113
  • To John W. Thomason, Jr. 114
  • To Thomas Wolfe 115
  • To Ernest Hemingway 116
  • To Thomas Wolfe 117
  • To Thomas Wolfe. 121
  • To Nancy Hale 121
  • To Arthur Train 126
  • To Hamilton Basso 130
  • To Will James 130
  • To Thomas Wolfe 133
  • To Hamilton Basso 134
  • To Robert Briffault 135
  • To Arthur Train 138
  • To Fred Wolfe 140
  • To Thomas Wolfe 142
  • To Nicholas Murray Butler 145
  • To Waldo Peirce 145
  • To Allen Tate 146
  • To Warda Dorrance 147
  • To Charles Townsend Copeland 148
  • To Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings 149
  • To Ernest Hemingway 152
  • To Ernest Hemingway 156
  • To Hamilton Basso 158
  • To Charles Townsend Copeland 159
  • To Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings 160
  • To Dawn Powell 163
  • To Sherwood Anderson 164
  • To Sherwood Anderson 165
  • To Dixon Wecter 167
  • To Ray Stannard Baker 168
  • Memorandum of Possible Changes and Additions In the Final Version of "The Book of My Youth" 169
  • To Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings 174
  • To John W. Thomason, Jr. 175
  • To Dixon Wecter 182
  • To James Truslow Adams 184
  • To William B. Wisdom 185
  • To Charles Townsend Copeland 187
  • To Nancy Hale 190
  • To Annie Laurie Etchison 191
  • To Marcia Davenport 195
  • To Ann Chidester 196
  • To Ernest Hemingway 200
  • To Ernest Hemingway 203
  • To William Lyon Phelps 204
  • To Nancy Hale 207
  • To Alden Brooks 214
  • To Betty Grace Boyd 215
  • To William Lyon Phelps 218
  • To William Lyon Phelps 220
  • To William B. Wisdom 222
  • To Edith Pope 223
  • To Ann Chidester 230
  • To Ernest Hemingway 233
  • To Alice D. Bond 245
  • To William B. Wisdom 249
  • To Geoffrey Parsons 250
  • To Christine Weston 257
  • To R. W. Cowden 264
  • To John H. Mulliken, Jr. 266
  • To James Boyd Jr. 268
  • To James Boyd, Jr. 269
  • To Ann Chidester 270
  • To James Jones 273
  • To Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings 274
  • To Nicholas Murray Butler 275
  • To G. P. Brett, Jr. 279
  • To Taylor Caldwell 280
  • To Taylor Caldwell 281
  • To Ann Chidester 282
  • To Marcia Davenport 285
  • To Alan Paton 286
  • To James Jones 294
  • To James Jones 295
  • To Katharine Newlin Burt 302
  • Index 305
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