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Two clippings related to Gass's first novel, Omensetter's Luck:

William H. Gass discussing literature and reading excerpts of his fiction at the Person-To-Person Lecture Series in the Women's Building on Washington University in St. Louis campus. An unidentified speaker gives Gass a brief introduction. The…

Interview with William Gass for the KWMU radio program, "Literary Profiles." Interviewed by Lorin Cuoco, Gass discusses his childhood, education, interest in writing and reading, philosophy and literature, etc. At the 10 minute mark Gass reads from…

Dust jackets and paperback covers for variousEnglish and foreign language editions of Omensetter’s Luck by William H. Gass.

Typescript outline and notes for Omensetter’s Luck revised version, March 1954

"Born to Be a Loser," review of Omensetter's Luck by William H. Gass by Thorpe Menn, The Kansas City Star.

"Country of the Heart," review of Omensetter's Luck by William H. Gass, Newsweek.

A catalog to commemorate the April 5, 1989 opening of an exhibition in the Rare Books and Special Collections Library at the University of Illinois, entitled Dandy & Fine, Accent to Ascent (1940 - ):Correspondence on the Occasions of Work…

Sketch of Gilean, Ohio, the fictional town that is the setting of Omensetter's Luck, drawn on the back of a typescript draft page.

Humorous letter from Gass to his editor, David Segal, regarding reviews ofOmensetter's Luck.
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