Eugene Paul Nassar/Arthur Mizener Correspondence

Identifier: MSS.0571

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Scope and Content

This .21 linear feet collection contains 28 pieces of correspondence either by or about Arthur Mizener. The correspondence is arranged by year in 13 file folders. The subject matter ranges from publishing, to literary criticism, to poetry, to family, and health.


  • 1965-1991

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Eugene Paul Nassar, a native of Utica, New York, is professor emeritus of English and founder of the Ethnic Heritage Studies Center at Utica College of Syracuse University. He is a former Rhodes Scholar who in 1962 completed his doctoral degree at Cornell University. He is the author of books on Wallace Stevens, Ezra Pound, Dante and two books of literary essays. Nassar’s collection of prose poems, Wind of the Land, was published in 1979. He has also written numerous articles for scholarly journals.


.21 Linear Feet

Physical Location

Special Collections & Archives

Finding Aid for the Eugene Paul Nassar/Arthur Mizener Correspondence
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Repository Details

Part of the Vanderbilt University Special Collections Repository

Special Collections Library
1101 19th Ave. S.
Nashville TN 37212 United States


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