Gerald Jay Goldberg (b.1929) was a
professor of English at UCLA (1964-), and author of
The lynching of Orin
, which was nominated for a Pulitzer Prize (1970),
The fate of innocence (1965),
A hundred twenty-six days of continuous
Heart payments (1982). The collection consists
of manuscripts, page proofs, galley proofs, books, journals, reel-to-reel tapes, cassette
tapes, notes, lecture announcements, class materials, correspondence, and photographs
relating to Goldberg's career.
Goldberg was born December 30, 1929 in New York City; BS, Purdue University, 1952; MA, New
York University, 1955; Ph.D, University of Minnesota, 1958; assistant professor of English,
Dartmouth College (1958-64); assistant professor, 1964-68, associate professor, 1969-73, and
in 1974 professor of English at UCLA; The lynching of Orin
Newfield was nominated for a Pulitzer Prize in 1970; other books include: The modern critical spectrum (1962), The fate
of innocence (1965), The national standard (1968),
A hundred twenty-six days of continuous sunshine (1972), and
Heart payments (1982).
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