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Merton's Correspondence with:

Catherine Meyer

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Descriptive Summary

Record Group: Section A - Correspondence
Dates of materials: 1965-1967
Volume: 21 item(s); 21 pg(s)

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Biography

Catherine Meyer was an editor for Harper's Magazine and writes from New York.

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#DateFrom/ToFirst LinesPub ✓Notes
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1. 1965/06/11 TLS to Merton When I asked Lila Karpf at Farrar, Straus whether there might be any part of your new book, «detailed view»
2. 1965/06/14 TL[c] from Merton Frankly, I don't think that there is much point in my trying to adapt anything from SEASONS «detailed view»
3. 1965/07/06 TLS to Merton It was good of you to send Harper's the review of Nishida Kitaro. We read it with interest -- «detailed view»
4. 1965/07/08 TL[c] from Merton Thanks for your letter, and for the ms of the review of Nishida. If later I should turn out «detailed view»
5. 1965/08/18 TLS to Merton We have gone ahead and made some selections from your Journal manuscript of things that appeal «detailed view»
6. 1965/09/08 TALS to Merton Naomi Burton thinks the title and subtitle are fine. We may work the piece into the November issue; «detailed view»
7. 1965/09/25 TL[c] from Merton One small point about "Few Questions..." For some time the entry about Alan Ginsburg has been «detailed view»
8. 1965/09/28 TLS to Merton I caught the correction for Allen Ginsberg on the page proof in the nick of time. So don't worry. «detailed view»
9. 1966/03/18 TL[c] from Merton I don't see Harper's regularly but I ran across a copy recently and noticed that you were running «detailed view»
10. 1966/04/13 TLS to Merton It was a good surprise to find your "Apologies to an Unbeliever" in the mail, and I have read «detailed view»
11. 1966/04/27 TL[c] from Merton Here is the "Apologies" piece. I completely rewrote it, but it did not yet turn out to be much «detailed view»
12. 1966/05/06 TLS to Merton I am happy to say that we are delighted with your revised manuscript, "Apologies to an Unbeliever." «detailed view»
13. 1966/07/08 TLS to Merton I am very sorry to be returning "Day of a Stranger," which I liked very much indeed, as did other «detailed view»
14. 1966/10/07 TALS to Merton This is to tell you that your article did not get into the Easy Chair for November. Something else «detailed view»
15. 1966/10/14 TL[c] from Merton Thanks for yourdizzying [sic] letter of the 7th, at which I still reel: with joy and amusement «detailed view»
16. 1966/10/25 TLS to Merton I enjoyed your letter very much, and am glad you mentioned that "Day of a Stranger" will find «detailed view»
17. 1966/11/11 TLS to Merton I am very sorry that I must say no on your fine piece, "Love and Need"--possibly because it is just «detailed view»
18. 1967/09/29 TLS to Merton I have just seen the summer issue of Hudson Review and enjoyed "Day of a Stranger" again. «detailed view»
19. 1967/11/18 TL[c] from Merton Thanks for your note back in September. Yes, I have been worried about Sy: two of our College «detailed view»
20. 1967/11/28 TLS to Merton I saw your drawings, was somewhat baffled though not entirely, and was interested in how much «detailed view»
21. 1967/12/04 TLS to Merton This story of the Yucatan war was all news to me, and I share your feeling that it is worth telling «detailed view»

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