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Recording of two Paul Porter telephone conversations with Katherine Anne Porter, March 1973

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Alternate title:KAP Tel 3/1/73/ 3/3 End 31,/73
Summary:Recording of two Paul Porter telephone conversations with Katherine Anne Porter, March 1973. Topics includes films both admire (Cocteau's Orpheus, and Blood of the Poet, Carnival in Flanders, Shanghaid, Shoulder Arms), her banking problems and helpful bank official, the Heintze family, Mark Twain, the portrait of KAP by Armand Thibault that Paul has commissioned, Sudanese ambassador's assassination, her recollections of General Obregon's entry into Mexico City in 1920, possible publication of her letters and republishing of The Itching Parrot, a recipe, and her agent Cyrilly Abels.
Contributor:Porter, Katherine Anne, 1890-1980
Century:1901-2000
Place of origin – Continent:North America
Place of origin – Country:United States of America
ArchivesUM location:Katherine Anne Porter papers
  • accession 66-5
Repository:Literary Manuscripts
Browse terms:Literature, Print Culture
Copyright holder:KAP Literary Trust/Paul Porter
Collection:Digital Collections
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