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10 thoughts on “Editor to Author: The Letters of Maxwell E. Perkins

  1. says:

    The patience Mr Perkins had

  2. says:

    Maxwell Perkins was an amazing editor There s no doubt about that And these letters offer a view into his mind that is wonderful to see though I will admit that it took me awhile to get through them as one can only read so many of them at a time They cover a span of some thirty years of his career and highlight his correspondence with authors including F Scott Fitzgerald, Ernest Hemingway, and Thomas Wolfe And while the relationships Perkins had with his authors varied, naturally, there s a great deal of respect and friendship to be found Praise, constructive criticism, encouragement, and genuine feeling are in each one of his letters to them Sometimes copious amounts of hand holding too.Of course, there are also letter to people who have written in to complain or condemn Perkins and or Scribner s for publishing certain books some of Perkins s responses are pretty amusing too, as he expounds on his views regarding free speech and censorship, effectively dismissing the arguments of people who sometimes haven t even read the works they re condemning There are also some letters rej...

  3. says:

    Ironically, a poorly edited volume Wheelock s footnotes are often redundant than illuminating Do we really need to be told time and time again that The Great Gatsby is a novel by F Scott Fitzgerald published in 1925 I think we know Far too many of the letters are presented without enough context to be...

  4. says:

    This book, for me, captures the essence of the golden era of American publishing and American literature Such clear, clean, beautiful prose filled with good advice for authors, publishers and readers, alike Perkin s always left choices up to the author, but never minced words when pointing them in a different direction to help better craft and sell their writing In one of the early letters to F Scott Fitzgerald he cautions Scott to not rush publication of his book before the publisher s travelers can sell to bookstores, and before publicity could be properly arranged Any bookstore buyer or salesrep would appreciate Perkin s admonishments against crashing a new book The respectful praise with which Perkin s guides his authors is inspiring me to re read the greats such as Fitzgerald, Hemingway, Rawlings,and Wolfe, as well as to discover those I ve n...

  5. says:

    A massive work covering Perkins correspondence from 1915 1947, occasionally including lengthy notes dressing a letter s context and footnotes regarding specific references therein Correspondents include F Scott Fitzgerald, Thomas Wolfe, Hemmingway, and many some notabl...

  6. says:

    Mere coincidence that Scribner s editor Maxwell Perkins happened to discover edit some of America s finest modern authors, such as F Scott Fitzgerald, Ernest Hemingway, Thomas Wolfe, Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings, and Erskine Caldwell I think not, although Perkins prefer...

  7. says:

    If I were as interested in the works of Hemingway and Fitzgerald as I am in those of Sendak and Fitzhugh, I would have liked this book as much as I liked Ursula Nordstrom s collected letters The fact that I did not probably says about me than about Maxwell Perkins.

  8. says:

    It was good Very insightful Though I wish the editor had included some of the letters sent TO Perkins for context At times, it was difficult to gauge what Perkins was responding to in his letters.

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