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David Dunaway and Steph Spong Publish in Harvard Library Bulletin

David Dunaway and Stephanie Spong recently had an article printed that was accepted to the Harvard Library Bulletin back in 2012. The essay, “The Making of A Major-Minor Modernist” describes the immediacy of Modernism in the 1920s, as seen through the eyes of critic Harry Levin, the man who introduced Joyce to the American reading public – and his best friend Phillip Dunaway, the writer’s father. The pair had an active epistolary relationship, starting literary fanzines, writing libretti, metered verse, and translations. A Harvard University librarian acquired the Dunaway-Levin correspondence and suggested the piece for its Library Bulletin.