Tuesday, September 14, 2010
As part of the opening, the HRC has posted several pieces from the collection online.
Also, Jacqueline Muñoz, librarian at the Ransom Center who cataloged more than 300 books from Wallace’s archive, writes about her experience working with the collection and her personal response to his work.
Here’s part of her post:
“He didn’t merely own these books; he digested them. Cover to cover there are handwritten notes and vocabulary words; he dog-eared pages, annotated the most pertinent passages, and even used the tomes as coffee mug coasters and phone conversation doodle pads.”
Read her full post at the HRC’s Cultural Compass blog.
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