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Johnson at 300 at Yale

My colleague Kathryn James’s exhibition on Johnson and Boswell, “Really As It Was: Writing the Life of Samuel Johnson” will be on display at Yale’s Beinecke Library until mid-December, and has an excellent online version as well. The Beinecke is of course the home of the tremendous Boswell Papers collection, much of which has been digitized.

Published in:John Overholt |on October 26th, 2009 |Comments Off on Johnson at 300 at Yale

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