Science Fiction Films: Books in the UC Berkeley Library Alien Invaders and other Things From Beyond the visionary eye essays in the arts literature and science Men and Women in Space / Other Worlds.
THE SPIKE (1931) A HANGING (1931) BOOKSHOP MEMORIES (1936) SHOOTING AN ELEPHANT (1936).
It was named for Bollingen Tower, Carl Jung's country home in Bollingen, Switzerland. Auden and Conrad Aiken, gave the 1949 prize to Ezra Pound for his 1948 Pisan Cantos.
Funding was provided by Paul Mellon and his wife Mary Conover Mellon. In 1948, the foundation donated $10,000 to the Library of Congress to be used toward a $1,000 Bollingen Prize for the best poetry each year. Their choice was highly controversial, in particular because of Pound's fascist and anti-Semitic politics.
But their road is made more difficult by a side of Albina that comes out only during the full moon…As you’ll read in this excerpt, Crabby and Albina are fleeing the corrupt and lecherous policeman Drumfoot, who’s been made more dangerous and hell-bent by Albina’s bite.
Happily, they rescue a drowning dwarf, Amado, who may have the key to their salvation.
In 1950, the Bollingen Prize was continued under the auspices of the Yale University Library, which awarded the 1950 prize to Wallace Stevens. The Bollingen Series was given to Princeton University Press to carry on and complete.
Over its lifetime, the Bollingen Foundation had expended about million.
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