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Found in 17 Collections and/or Records:
Overview This folder contains a proposal and notes for Burton Feldman's dissertation at the University of Chicago.
Dates: circa 1950-1960
Overview This folder is the second of three containing documents pertaining to Burton Feldman's time as a guest professor at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
Overview This folder contains a collection of Burton Feldman's notes on and drafts of a paper on myth as it neared its completion.
Dates: circa 1981
Overview This folder contains notes and drafts for the introductory chapter of Burton Feldman's book on ''Fame''. The chapter introduces the bulk of the themes that will be covered in the work.
Dates: circa 1970-1990
Overview This is an oversize folder containing an array of documents written by Burton Feldman while developing his novels. The contents focus on no one work of Feldman's, but encompass a range of different projects.
Dates: between 1964-1988
Feldman Documents, Notes, Drafts and Outlines for ''Faust'' paper from ''Notebook II'' (2 of 3), circa 1960-1970
Overview This folder is the second of three containing notes and drafts from one of Burton Feldman's notebooks that pertain to his paper on ''Faust''. The paper focuses on the problem of ''fame'' as it relates to the character of ''Faust''.
Dates: circa 1960-1970
Overview This folder is the third of three containing publications and columns reviewing various projects of Burton Feldman's. The reviews mostly cover ''The Nobel Prize''.
Overview This folder contains notes and drafts on a paper written by Burton Feldman on William Blake and Thomas Altizer's ''death of god'' ideology.