Collection ID: LMC 2256
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Summary

Creator:
Frielinghaus, Helmut, 1931-2012
Abstract:
The Frielinghaus mss., ca. 1998-2001, consists of Helmut Frielinghaus' translations into German of works by Nicholson Baker, Raymond Carver, William Faulkner, and John Updike.
Extent:
4 Boxes (4 standard)
Language:
Materials are in German ; English .
Preferred citation:

[Item], Frielinghaus mss., Lilly Library, Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana.

Background

Biographical / Historical:

Nicholson Baker, born 1957, is an American novelist known for his attention to detail and careful description.

Raymond Carver, 1938-1988, was an American author known for his hard-boiled detective fiction.

William Faulkner, 1897-1962, was an American author and Nobel Prize laureate known for narratives related to the fictional Yoknapatawpha County and the American South.

Helmut Frielinghaus, 1931-2012, was a German translator of American literature into German.

John Updike, 1932-2009, was an American writer and critic known for his representation of American Protestant small-town, middle-class life.

Scope and Content:

The Frielinghaus mss., ca. 1998-2001, consists of Helmut Frielinghaus' translations into German of works by Nicholson Baker, Raymond Carver, William Faulkner, and John Updike. Present are a faxed copy of the revised manuscript of "Botengang" ["Errand"], corrected typescript and page proofs for Wovon wir reden, wenn wir von Liebe reden [ What we Talk About When We Talk About Love ] (Berlin: Berlin Verlag, 2000) and an early draft of the first two stories and complete typescript of the translation of Kathedrale [ Cathedral] (Berlin: Berlin Verlag, 2001).

Later additions to this collection include revised drafts and proofs translations of Nicholson Baker, William Faulkner, and John Updike.

Acquisition information:
Gift: 2003 , 2009 , 2012
Physical location:
Lilly - Stacks

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PREFERRED CITATION:

[Item], Frielinghaus mss., Lilly Library, Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana.

CAMPUS:
Indiana University Bloomington
LOCATION OF THIS COLLECTION:
1200 East Seventh Street
Bloomington, Indiana 47405-5500, USA
CAMPUS:
Indiana University Bloomington
CONTACT:
(812) 855-2452
liblilly@indiana.edu