Rossner, Judith (1935-2005)
Scope:
The Judith Rossner collection includes manuscripts and other items.

Manuscripts by Rossner in the collection include To The Precipice (William Morrow, 1966); Any Minute I Can Split (Warner Books, 1973); Nine Months In the Life of An Old Maid (Popular Library, 1976); Attachments (Simon and Schuster, 1977);  Emmeline (Simon and Schuster, 1980); and Olivia, or: the Weight of the Past (Crown, 1994).

Other manuscripts include drafts of unpublished works, including a work titled Self-Defense, a piece titled “His Little Women,” with comments by Cy Rembars, and pages from an unfinished biography of Mata Hari.

Correspondence in the collection includes a letter from Nan A. Talese (at Simon and Schuster) to Wendy Weil, dated 1981.

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Notable Figures
1. Rossner, Judith, 1935-2005
Associated Subjects
1. Women's Studies Collections -- Novels and Short Stories Subject Guide
2. Literary Collections Subject Guide
3. Helen Deutsch Research Section
4. Novels
5. American literature--Women authors--20th century
6. Women authors, American