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Lilly Library

Lilly Library

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The Lilly Library is the rare books, manuscripts, and special collections library of the Indiana University Libraries, Bloomington. Its collections represent a diversity of subjects, including literature; children’s literature; history; folklore; science; radio, film and television; book collecting and bookselling; journalism; and translation.

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6. Coates mss., 2000-2003 2 Boxes (2 standard)

Coates, Carrol F., 1930-
The Coates mss., ca. 2000-2003, consist of correspondence, drafts, corrected proofs and publication related files for the English translation L'espace d'un cillement by Jacques Stéphen Alexis.
 

7. Conti mss., 2000-2002 3 Boxes (3 standard)

Conti, Gregory, 1952-
The Conti mss., 2000-2002, consists of correspondence, readers' reports and manuscript drafts relating to Gregory Conti's translation into English of Rosetta Loy's Cioccolata da Hanselmann.
 

10. Luo mss., 1998-2003 1 Box (1 standard)

Luo, Hui, 1973-
The Luo mss., ca. 1998-2003, consists primarily of a series of drafts of Hui Luo's English translations from Chinese of the poems by Zheng Danyi, 1963- .
 
Center for the Art of Translation
The Center for the Art of Translation mss., 1994-2010, consists of editorial files, proof copies, correspondence, and other material relating primarily to the Center's publication of Two Lines, an annual bilingual anthology of international literature featuring work from approximately twenty different languages.
 

20. Boehm mss., 1992-2008 3 Boxes

Boehm, Philip
The Boehm mss., 1992-2008, consists of translation drafts, page proofs, and correspondence relating to literary translations from German and Polish by noted American translator Philip Boehm, 1958-.
 

36. DuVal, John mss., 1975-2016 2 Boxes (2 standard)

DuVal, John, 1940-
The DuVal, John mss., ca. 1975-2016, consists of correspondence, notes, newspaper clippings, drafts, typescripts, poetry, and translations relating to the publications of John Tabb DuVal (1940- ), especially his translation of The Song of Roland. Also includes materials about John Duval and his daughter Kathleen Duval's "Interpreting a Continent: Voices from Colonial America" (2009), and includes texts translated from French and Spanish. Other parts of this collection in order of publication include Cuckolds, Clerics, and Countrymen: Medieval French Fabliaux (1982), From Adam to Adam: Seven Old French Plays (2005), and Fabliaux, Fair and Foul (2008).
 

38. Heim mss., 1975-2001 6 Boxes (6 custom)

Heim, Michael Henry (1943-01-21-2012-09-29)
The Heim mss., ca. 1975-2001, consist primarily of correspondence, in Czech, between author Milan Kundera, 1929- , and UCLA Professor of Slavic Languages and Literatures, Michael Henry Heim, 1943-2012.
 
Pollock, James W. (James Wilson), 1922-
Consists of the notes, drafts and final manuscript of Nature, Man and God in Medieval Islam: 'Abd Allah Baydawi's text, Tawali' al-anwar min matali' al-anzar, along with Mahmud Isfahani's commentary, Matali' al-anzar, sharh Tawali' al-anwar, edited and translated by Edwin E. Calverley and James W. Pollock (Leiden: Brill, 2002).
 

46. Theroux, Peter mss., 1969-2015 3 Boxes (3 standard)

Theroux, Peter
The Theroux, Peter mss., 1969-2015, consists of papers and correspondence related to Peter Theroux's work as a translator of Arabic novels, as well as materials related to his brothers, novelists Paul Theroux and Alexander Theroux.
 

50. Miller, E. Gamble mss., 1967-2007 1 folio (oversize)

Miller, Elizabeth Gamble, 1926-
The Miller E. Gamble mss., 1962-2007, consists primarily of manuscripts, drafts, correspondence and other material relating to translations into English from the Spanish, mostly of Latin American authors, made by Elizabeth Gamble Miller over the course of her career.