Lilly Library Manuscript Collections

SMITH, ANNETTE MSS.

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Inventory

I. TRANSLATIONS AND DRAFTS.

Box 1
  • Africana Journal Introduction
  • "And the Dogs Were Silent" (3 folders)
  • Les Armes Miraculeuses/The Miraculous Weapons
  • Cadastre
  • Cahier d'un retour au pays natal/Notebook of a Return to the Native Land 1995-2001 (4 folders)
  • "Césaire au Féminin"
  • Césaire, Translated by Clayton Eshleman
  • Collected Poetry Introduction (5 folders)
  • "Configurations"
  • Corps Perdu/Lost Body
  • "Dérisoire/Laughable"
  • "Le Diagnostic du Docteur Gobineau"
  • Ferrements/Ironwork
  • "De Frederick Douglass à Madame Gasparin"
  • Gobineau et l'Histoire Naturelle/Gobineau and Natural History (2 folders)
  • "A Great Black Poet"
Box 2
  • Lyric and Dramatic Poetry
  • Mademoiselle Irnois and Other Stories
  • Moi, Luminaire/I, Laminaria
  • Montemora
  • National Endowment for the Humanities Application
  • "Noria"
  • "Speak Now"
  • Soleil Cou-Coupé/Sun Slashed Throat

II. RESEARCH.

  • Angola and the River Congo
  • Bibliographic Materials
  • Bibliographies
  • Biographies of Aimé Césaire
  • Cahier d'un retour au pays natal/Notebook of a Return to the Native Land
  • Caribbean Flora
  • Collected Poetry (2 folders)
  • Collected Poetry Introduction
  • Collected Poetry Introduction – Cannibalism
  • Collected Poetry Introduction – Negritude
  • "De Frederick Douglass à Madame Gasparin"
  • Gobineau et l'Histoire Naturelle/Gobineau and Natural History (3 folders)
Box 3
  • Gobineau, Bibliography
  • Gobineau, Biophilosophy and Ethologie
  • Gobineau Chapters 1-10 (9 folders)
  • Gobineau Conclusion
  • Gobineau Correspondence (3 folders)
  • Gobineau, Ecology
  • Gobineau, Etudes Critiques
  • Gobineau, Fiction
Box 4
  • Gobineau, Fiction
  • Gobineau, Folklore
  • Gobineau, History and Philosophy
  • Gobineau, Ibn Khaldun and Asia
  • Gobineau Introduction
  • Gobineau, Poetry (2 folders)
  • Gobineau, Style
  • Gobineau, Theater
  • Gobineau, Themes
  • Islamic Medicine
  • Nietzsche
  • "Non-Vicious Circle"
  • On Translating (3 folders)
  • Reading Guide
  • Questions for Aimé Césaire

III. CORRESPONDENCE.

Note: Professional correspondence is organized by the name of the organization, not the personal name (i.e. UC Press). Some correspondence can be found in other series in order to provide context for other materials.

Box 5
  • A-B
  • Arnold, James
  • C-E
  • Cal-Tech
  • Eshleman, Clayton 1978-2003 (5 folders)
  • F-K
  • L-M
  • N-P
  • National Endowment for the Humanities
  • New Directions Publishing
  • R-Z
  • Research in African Literatures
  • The Sorbonne
  • UC Press
  • Wesleyan University Press
  • Unidentified

IV. PRESENTATION MATERIALS.

  • Athaeneum
  • Boston University 1992-1995 (2 folders)
  • California Librarians Black Caucus
  • Eshleman's talk on Co-translating
  • International Colloquium
  • Paris Colloquium
  • UCLA CAAS

V. CRITIQUES.

  • César Vallejo
  • Collected Poetry, Press
  • Collected Poetry, Reviews
  • "Modernism and Negritude"
  • Peer Reviews
  • Readers Reports

VI. FAMILY.

Box 6
  • Aslakson, Bjorn, Civil War Memoir
  • Climent/Dachot Families
  • LeBlanc, Ely Diaries (2 folders)
  • LeBlanc, Ely, Medical Career
  • LeBlanc, Ely, Memoir
  • LeBlanc, Ely, Records
  • LeBlanc, Jean, Interview
  • Prom/Aslakson Families
  • Smith, Annette, Oral History

VII. AUDIO-VISUAL MATERIALS.

  • Mademoiselle Irnois and Other Stories (3 boxes of computer diskettes)

Box 7

  • LeBlanc, Jean Interview (5 Microcassettes and Recorder)
  • LeBlanc, Jean Interview (6 DVDs)

For more information about this collection and any related materials contact the Public Services Department, Lilly Library, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN 47405. Call (812) 855-2452 or send an email using our Ask a Question form.