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Lago, Mary McClelland, 1919-2001. Mary Lago Collection.

Box 35. Correspondence, Notes, Drafts.

Mary Lago Correspondence
  • 1 Re: Broken Nest
  • 2 Re: Broken Nest
  • 3 Re: Tagore translations. Tarun Gupta, 1964-1972
  • 4 Permissions for Twayne Tagore book, 1975-1976
Collected Correspondence
  • 5 Rabindranath Tagore to Harriet Monroe, 1912-1929 [Chicago]
  • 6 Rabindranath Tagore to Harriet Moody, 1913-1932 [Chicago]
  • 7 Alice Corbin Henderson to Rabindranath Tagore, 1914
  • 8 Stopford Brooke to Rabindranath Tagore, 1913
  • 9 Evelyn Moore to Rabindranath Tagore, 1913
  • 9.5 Ernest Rhys to Tagore, 1913-1938
  • 10 W.B. Yeats to Rabindranath Tagore, 1912-1915
  • 11 Other letters
  • 12 Tagore letters from MF
Notes
  • 13 Miscellaneous drafts (Houghton)
  • 14 Round Tables (from Harcourt Butler, India Insistent)
  • 15 Tagore interview–from Michael Stuart (trans. of Paila Mambar[?]). Corr. from Anil K. Chandra to Michael Stuart, 1935
  • 16 London Quarterly Review
  • 17 Rabindranath Tagore at University of Illinois
  • 18 By Tagore. “Living or Dead?” From The Hunry Stones, 1918
  • 19 By Tagore. Original manuscript of Gitanjali (Houghton Library). (copy) [note on original folder: #74 – on p. 11=only one change: “unknown” for “strange”]
  • 20 By Tagore. Crescent Moon. Originals with William Rothenstein's note (copy)
  • 21 Rev. of Dutta/Robinson ( Rabindranath Tagore: An Anthology and Selected Letters)
  • 22 Booklists
  • 23 EJT-Tagore-Clippings
  • 24 EJT-Tagore-Notes
  • 25 EJT-Tagore-Articles
  • 26 Miscellaneous clippings
  • 27 Articles
  • 28 Tagore bibliography, Bibliotheque Nationale, 1961
  • 29 Tagore articles by Harold Hurwitz
  • 30 R. Tagore. Glimpses of Bengal (photocopy)
  • 31 Tagore. Misc. reviews
  • 32 R. Tagore. The Hungry Stones (1916) (photocopy)
  • 33 Tagore Birthday anniversary souvenir, 1972 (Radcliffe College). Incl. “Tagore in 1972” by Mary Lago
Drafts 
  • 34 Rabindranath Tagore: Perspectives in Time (Macmillan, 1989). Proof pages
  • 35 Tagore translations by Mary Lago
  • 36 Tagore story “Badnam” – “ dictated by Amiya Chakravarty to me at Chicago, for The Housewarming. Transcribed from my shorthand. The only story he was responsible for in that book.”
  • 37 “Rashmoni's Son.” Trans. Mary Lago for Chicago Review. Edited ms.
  • 38 “Rashmoni's Son.” Trans. Mary Lago for Chicago Review. Revised ms.
  • 39 Buddhadeva Bose. “Babu and Bibi.” Trans. Mary Lago
  • 40 Buddhadeva Bose. “A Life.” Trans. Mary Lago
  • 41 Bose translations
  • 42 The Broken Nest Revised after editing by Margery Mckinney—my original text restored here, whre her changes or deletions introduced actual errors of facts
  • 43 The Broken Nest First draft
  • 44 The Broken Nest Second draft
  • 45 The Broken Nest Third Draft
  • 46 The Broken Nest. Trans. Mary Lago. Printer's copy
  • 47 Rabindranath Tagore (Twayne). Ms. and correspondence

Box 36. Selected Short Stories of Rabindranath Tagore (Macmillan, 1991).

  • 1 Grant application, n.d.
  • 2 Draft introducation
  • 3 “The Girl Between” (“Madhyabartini”)
  • 4 “The Broken Nest” (“Nashtanir”)
  • 5 “The Broken Nest” (“Nashtanir”)
  • 6 “The Atonement” (“Prayaschita”)
  • 7 “The Punishment” (“Shasti”)
  • 8 “The Notebook” (“Khata”)
  • 9 “The Postmaster” (“Postmastar”)
  • 10 “The Return of Khokababu” (“Khokababur Pratyabartan”)
  • 11 “The Conclusion” (“Shamapti”)
  • 12 “The Nuisance” (“Apada”)
  • 13 “A Lapse of Judgment” (“Durbuddhi”)
  • 14 “Rashmoni’s Son” (“Rashmonir Chele”)
  • 15 “The Austere Wife” (“Tapashwini”)
  • 16 “Bride and Bridegroom” (“Patro O Patri”)
  • 17 “The Rejected Story” (“Namanjur Galpa”)
  • 18 Ray, Satyajit. “On Charulata” (adaptation of “The Broken Nest”)
  • 19 Page Proofs
  • 20 Page Proofs
  • 21 Short Stories
  • 22 Short Stories