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Goldberg (Gerald J.) papers
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Description
Gerald Jay Goldberg (b.1929) was a professor of English at UCLA (1964-), and author of The lynching of Orin Newfield , which was nominated for a Pulitzer Prize (1970), 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). 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.
Background
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).
Extent
15 Linear Feet (30 boxes)
Restrictions
Property rights to the physical objects belong to UCLA Library Special Collections. All other rights, including copyright, are retained by the creators and their heirs. It is the responsibility of the researcher to determine who holds the copyright and pursue the copyright owner or his or her heir for permission to publish where The UC Regents do not hold the copyright.
Availability
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