Green, Gerald (1922-2006)
NOTE: All or part of this collection is stored off-site. Several days' advance notice is required for retrieval.
The Gerald Green collection includes manuscripts, correspondence, and printed materials.
The collection includes manuscripts for many of Green’s novels: The Last Angry Man (Scribner, 1956), The Heartless Light (Scribner, 1961), The Portofino PTA (Scribner, 1962), The Legion of Noble Christians (Pocket Books, 1967), To Brooklyn With Love (Trident, 1968), The Artists of Terezin (Hawthorn, 1969), Faking it (Trident, 1971), The Stones of Zion (Hawthorn, 1971), Blockbuster (Doubleday, 1972), Tourist (Doubleday, 1973), My Son the Jock (Praeger, 1975), The Hostage Heart (Playboy, 1975), An American Prophet (Doubleday, 1977), The Girl (Doubleday, 1977), The Chains (Seaview, 1979), The Healers (Putnam, 1979), and Murfy’s Men (Seaview, 1981). Also present is The President (Doubleday, 1970), which was ghosted by Green.
Other manuscripts in the collection consist of "The Last Angry Man" (screenplay), "Regiment of Slaves" (article), and "Big Mike" (a television series outline). Most included manuscripts are typescript with holograph corrections.
The collection includes correspondence between Green and Franklin Heller, maintained during Green’s stint in Mexico (1975-76).
Also present in the collection are reviews and publicity items regarding The Hostage Heart and a poster of various Green book covers.
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