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Princeton University Library Books formerly owned by Theodore Weiss. Page 1 of 69 Author/Artist: Weiss, Theodore Russell, 1916- Title: Books formerly owned by Theodore Russell Weiss. Published/Created: [1873-1988] Description: 9.6 linear ft. (227 v. in 23 boxes) Arrangement: Collection is arranged alphabetically according to author name and title. Notes: Collection includes books owned and annotated by Weiss, some with author inscriptions. Letters have been removed and added to the Quarterly Review of Literature Archives. From the acknowledgement of gift, July 2004 describing the contexts of thes books, donated by Mrs. Renée Weiss, widow of Theodore R. Weiss: “267 printed works of literature, including extensive annotations and handwritten notes by Professor Theodore R. Weiss; one folder of correspondence found in these books, including a letter and corrected manuscript by Paul De Man, and letters by Hannah Arendt, Richard P. Blackmur, Ian Hamilton, and others, 1950s-‘90s; 10 reels of tape recordings of Professor Weiss’s lectures on William Shakespeare (The Poetry Center, YM-YWHA, New York, N.Y. 1965-66); and a reel of Boris Pasternak speaking in Russian (Voice of America, Washington, D.C., 1969)” Subject(s): Weiss, Theodore Russell, 1916- --Library. Form/Genre: Annotated copies (Provenance)--United States--20th century. Presentation copies (Provenance)--United States--20th century. Location: RBSC Off-Site Storage: Contact [email protected] Call Number: Weiss Status: Not Charged // BIB record number 4202903 Prepared 3 August 2004Princeton University Library Books formerly owned by Theodore Weiss. Page 2 of 69 Table of holdings for books formerly owned by T. Weiss Box Items 1 1--7 2 8--16 3 17-26 4 27-35 5 36-46 6 47-58 7 59-68 8 69-78 9 79-87 10 88-98 11 99-110 12 111-120 13 121-128 14 129-139 15 140-155 16 156-162 17 163-173 18 174-182 19 183-190 20 191-205 21 206-213 22 214-223 23 224-229 Prepared 3 August 2004Princeton University Library Books formerly owned by Theodore Weiss. Page 3 of 69 The listing is divided into two parts: PART 1: Entries alphabetical by author [followed by] PART 2: Entries with no author, by date of publication Items are distributed into 23 boxes. Consult table giving distribution of items by box in order to retrieve item for consultation. PART 1: Entries alphabetical by author Author: Abrams, M. H. Year: 1972 Title: Wordsworth: a collection of critical essays Series Title: Twentieth century views City: Englewood Cliffs, N.J., Publisher: Prentice-Hall Number of Pages: x, 214 ISBN: 013965061X (pbk.) Keywords: Wordsworth, William, 1770-1850 Criticism and interpretation. Notes: Edited by M. H. Abrams. 21 cm. Item Number and further notes: Weiss 221. Annotated by Weiss. Author: Adams, Henry; Lodge, Henry Cabot; Massachusetts Historical Society. Year: 1928 Title: The education of Henry Adams; an autobiography City: Boston, New York, Publisher: Houghton Mifflin company Number of Pages: x, 519, [1] Edition: 2nd Notes: "This volume, written in 1905, as a sequel to the same author's 'Mont-Saint-Michel and Chartres', was privately printed ... in 1906 ... The Massachusetts historical society now publishes the 'Education' as it was printed in 1907, with only such marginal corrections as the author made."--Editor's pref., signed: Henry Cabot Lodge. Item Number and further notes: Weiss 2. Annotated by Weiss. Prepared 3 August 2004Princeton University Library Books formerly owned by Theodore Weiss. Page 4 of 69 Author: Agee, James; Evans, Walker Year: 1960 Title: Let us now praise famous men : three tenant families City: Boston Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Number of Pages: xxii, 471 Keywords: Alabama Social conditions. Notes: [by] James Agee [and] Walker Evans. Three tenant families. Item Number and further notes: Weiss 3. Author: Alexander, Peter Year: 1964 Title: Studies in Shakespeare City: London, New York, Publisher: Oxford University Press Number of Pages: 246 Keywords: Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616 Criticism and interpretation. Notes: British Academy lectures, by H.S. Bennett [and others] Selected and introduced by Peter Alexander. 20 cm. Item Number and further notes: Weiss 171. Annotated by Weiss. Author: Anderson, Quentin Year: 1971 Title: The imperial self; an essay in American literary and cultural history City: New York, Publisher: Knopf Number of Pages: xiii, 274, vii Edition: [1st ] ISBN: 0394414586 Keywords: American literature 19th century History and criticism. Notes: Includes bibliographical references. Item Number and further notes: Weiss 4. Annotated by Weiss. Author: Arendt, Hannah Year: 1958 Title: The origins of totalitarianism City: New York Publisher: Meridian Books Number of Pages: 520 Prepared 3 August 2004Princeton University Library Books formerly owned by Theodore Weiss. Page 5 of 69 Edition: [2d enl. ]. Keywords: Totalitarianism Imperialism Antisemitism Notes: Meridian books, MG15 Item Number and further notes: Weiss 6. Annotated by Weiss. Author: Arendt, Hannah Year: 1968 Title: Men in dark times City: New York Publisher: Harcourt Brace & World Inc. Number of Pages: x, 272 Edition: 1st Keywords: Biography 20th century Notes: Hannah Arendt. Includes index. Bibliographical footnotes. On humanity in dark times: thoughts about Lessing -- Rosa Luxemburg, 1871-1919 -- Angelo Giuseppe Roncalli: a Christian on St. Peter's chair from 1958 to 1963 -- Karl Jaspers: a laudatio -- Karl Jaspers: citizen of the world? -- Isak Dinesen, 1885-1963 -- Hermann Broch, 1886-1951 -- Walter Benjamin, 1892-1940 -- Bertolt Brecht, 1898-1956 -- Waldemar Gurian, 1903-1954 -- Randall Jarrell, 1914-1965. labd: In original dust jacket. Item Number and further notes: Weiss 5. Inscribed by the author to Weiss. Annotated by Weiss. Author: Auden, W. H. Year: 1962 Title: The dyer's hand and other essays City: New York Publisher: Random House Number of Pages: xii, [4], 527, [1] Edition: [1st ] Notes: W.H. Auden. Author's name at head of title. "First printing." Several pages blank throughout. rare: In original dust jacket. rare: Book label of Walter and Dorothy Donnelly. Item Number and further notes: Weiss 7. Annotated by Weiss.; incl. handwritten notes on the book from W. Prepared 3 August 2004Princeton University Library Books formerly owned by Theodore Weiss. Page 6 of 69 Author: Augustine, Saint Year: ??? Title: Confessions Series Title: The Guild Classics City: United States Publisher: Literary


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