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Fw: Lynd Ward
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- Subject: Fw: Lynd Ward
- From: Lee Cooper <lcooper@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 17 Feb 1997 13:51:23 -0500
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Attached are the details of several previously mentioned articles written
by David Berona. David is not on this list but he has included his email
for anyone who is interested.
> From: DBERONA@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> To: lcooper@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Subject: Lynd Ward
> Date: Monday, February 17, 1997 1:08 PM
> Lee: Please forward this list of references to your listserv for the
> benefit of those users interested in Lynd Ward by Lynd's biographer...
> I don't mind if you leave my email for those who wish to contact me.
> Thanks and I will talk to you soon. DB
> The best book to date on Ward's woodcut novels is by Ward himself
> and published in 1974 by Abrams called STORYTELLER WITHOUT
> WORDS. Other articles in the last couple years on Ward and his
> woodcut novels are by his biographer:
> Berona, David A. "A Pathfinder in Pictures: The Woodcut Novels of
> Lynd Ward." ANTIQUARIAN BOOK MONTHLY (Nov, 1996): 20-23.
> Berona, David A. "Chronicles in Black and White: The Woodcut Novels
> of Masereel and Ward," BIBLIO 1:2 (1996): 38-41.
> Berona, David A. "Silent Narratives: The Woodcut Novels of Lynd
> Ward," AB BOOKMAN'S WEEKLY (July 10, 1995): 105-121.
> Berona, David A. "Picture Stories: Eric Drooker and the Tradition of
> Woodcut Novels," INKS: CARTOON AND COMIC ART STUDIES 2:1
> (February, 1995): 2-11.
> David A. Berona