[News items from Institute Members] : My only publication in book form during 1936 was a small volume called 'The Story of a Novel' which had previously appeared as a series of articles in the Saturday Review of Literature. In addition, two or three pieces were published in magazines. I spent the winter and spring working upon the manuscript of a new book which I have tentatively called 'The Hound of Darkness.' I went abroad in July and stayed two months, most of the time in Germany, and I have just completed a long story that gew out of my German trip. It will be published serially in The New Republic within the next few weeks. I returned from Europe late in September, went to work at once and in the three months before Christmas wrote about 300,000 additional words of manuscript on a new book. On the whole I think it was an active and productive year, although I did not publish much. I am again at work here in New York and I hope to continue here until I have the rough draft of a new book ready / Thomas Wolfe.
- Other Title:
- My only publication in book form during 1935 was a small volume called 'The Story of a Novel'
- [New York, N. Y. : National Institute of Arts and Letters, 1937.]
p. 2-8 ; 20 cm.
- Wolfe, Thomas, 1900-1937.
- Place of Publication:
- United States New York (State) New York.
- Detached from National Institute News Bulletin, v. 3 (1937)
Includes statements from Thornton Wilder, Ezra Winter, Frederick J. E. Woodbridge, Felix Schelling, Ernest Thompson Seton and David Stanley Smith.
- Penn Chronology:
- Cited in:
- Johnston, C. : Thomas Wolfe, C81
- Culture Class Collection (University of Pennsylvania)
American Culture Class Collection (University of Pennsylvania)
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