RJN Index

Note: This index is adapted from the index contained in RJN Issue 100.

Author Entries
Abbey, E. RJ tribute 74:4

Adcock, B. Notes on Tor House, prophecy, and no RJ readers 83:6

American Literature Association Panel. RJ and narrative 85:3

Barkan, P. J family 53:26

Bednar K. Czech translation 13:2; RJ in Czechoslovakia 27:8

Bender, A. Memoir 60:21

Brophy, R. Tor House Library 23:4; Dissertations 24:4; Theses 25:4; Landscape 29:11; Topography 30:13; Whitman 31:6; “Crumbs or the Loaf’ 31:8; Apocalypse 32:4; “Medea” 33:4; “Roan Stallion” 34:11; “Salmon-Fishing” 35:6; Freudian interpretation 37:4; “Night” 37:6; RJ and Eliot 38:4; Distancing 38:5; Kirwan 39:6; “Signpost” 39:10; “Second-Best” 40:7; Theses and dissertations 45:7; RJ prose checklist 46:14; RJ prose 47:5; Poet’s national role 55:43; On Apropos (Ponsold) 60:4; Meditation on Saviors 65:5; Mabel Luhan and UJ 77:25; j Country for sale 78:16; Tor 1- louse contractor 78:24; Aperitif and Moore 80:9; Note on Luhan’s “Una and Robin” 81:5; Weiner: photographer 87:3; “Medea” 87:5; Class fieldtrip 88:14; California coast 88:27; Bukowski 90:6; Astrophysics 90:13; Ecology and Tor House 91:7; Everson 93-94:1, 12; The Beginning and the End and Collected Poetry “Last Poems” 95-96:51; Henry Miller 97:21; Placenames 98-99:1; Salvador Dali party 100:1

Buffum, R. RJ tribute 44:10

Bukowski, C. Interview 29:5

Campo, A. Evetson 93-94:109

Carpenter, D. Everson 92:13

Carpenter, E RJ and “Humanity” 10:2; 15:1

Caughey, J. Letter to Governor Brown 42:16

Cerwin, H. Memoir 33:3

Chaplin, C. Memoir 37:2

Coffin, A. lnhumanism 30:6

Commins, D. “The Double Axe” 72:10

Deutsch, M. Albert Bender 60:16

Dickie, J. “The Loving Shepherdess” 66:8; RJ and the quality of things 71:23; Memoir 79:14

DeWitt, J. Mrs. Nash 52:27

Dinsmore, N. “Shakespeare’s Grave” 69:15

Dougherty, D. J. RJ and James Wright 33:7

Drew, E Influence of Ireland on RJ 80:14

Eaton, D. Meeting RJ 69:5

Eberhart, R. Memoir 27:6

Everson, W Proposed collected poems of RJ 31:10; Astrological data 36:7; special issue 93-94

Falck, C. RJ: American Romantic? 84:7

Fox, C. RJ in Canada 92:16

Folkart, R. Ansel Adams 65:33

Frances, S. Wallace Stevens 63:8

Friede, D. RJ opera libretto 73:4

Garcia J. Heideggerian “dwelling” 95-9 6:15; “The Place for No Story” 97:26

Garland, G. Thomas Mann 37:7

Ghormley, W RJ’s ancestry 54:3

Gilliam, H. RJ’s genius 46:37

Gioia, D. “Strong Counsel” 73:4

Gluck, L. “Obstinate Humanity: Hass, Milosz, and J” 91:9

Gotham Book Mart. RJ inscriptions in Alberts’s books 59:3

Hall, I. J family 88:4

Harmsen, T RJ at Occidental College 50:21; RJ’s printers 74:7; Herbert Klein 76:IA, Ward Ritchie 97:16

Hastings, H. (RJ pseudonym) “Artificial Flight” 55:45

Hier, G. Thuban stone 91:28; Shiva and concepts of Hinduism in RJ’s poetry 92:21, “The Great Wound” 95-96:29

Hinkley, V UJ memoir 82:9

Hughes, L. Memoir 55:28

Hughey, B. and R. “J Country Revisited” 98-99

Hunt, T “Hungerfield” 43:12; “To the Rock” manuscript 74:5; “Pearl Harbor” 76:15; Vendler review 77:22; “The Great Wound” and Bennett 79:18; “Sign-Post” manuscript 89:23

Huston, P. RJ’s relevance 71:18

Jeffers, B. RJ’s social graces 100:12 Jeffers D. Corrigenda in The Stone Mason of Tor House 35:4; Kamil Bednar 35:19; RJ portraits 45:7; Building Tor House 53:8; Tor House furnishings 53:18

Jeffers, G. “Vignettes of My Father” 76:6; Tor House social life 100:8 Jeffers, R “Artificial Flight” (as H. Hastings) 55:45; Inscriptions in Alberts’s books 59:3 1 Jeffers, U. Garden 66:16; Ancestry 75:7; Lincoln Steffens 92:42

Jordan-Smith, E Memoir 66:3

Kafka, R. “Brides of the South Wind” 34:9; The Stone Mason of Tor House Corrigenda 51:5; RJ’s published writings, 1907-1153:47; Scholarly materials, small and minor holdings (with M. Mooney) 56:47; “The Remembrance” 72:5; UJ’s published review and articles 95-96:11; “Night” recording 97:10

Karman, J. William H. Jeffers 42:9

Keller, K. RJ’s pace 32:7

Kelso, Dr. William H. Jeffers 43:6

Klein, H. Science 11:2; Science 14:2; Bednar 35:10; Georges Simenon 66:5

Krutch, J. Violence 29:6

Jordan-Smith, P. Memoir 66:3

Landau, R. Krishnamurti 89:7

Lardner, J. “Medea” 60:23

Larsen, S. and R. Joseph Campbell 89:10

Lawrynowicz, Polish translator 50:7

Lehman, B. Memoir 63:12

Levine, P RJ and Spain 91:5

Los Angeles Times. UJ’s auto race 52:7

Luhan, M. “Una and Robin” 81:7

Lyman, W. RJ memoir 34:19

Lyon, H. Photographing RJ 18:2, 88:9; Little people of the Santa Lucias 48:7 Malnar, A. RJ’s hawks 97:31

McAllister, M. “Return” 42:12 McDowell, M. Cawdor 82:5 McHaney, T. “Tamai” and Faulkner 29:16

Marshall, B. J family 69:17

Matthias, B. Phoebe Barkan 54:5; Krishnamurti 67:8

Mauthe, A. “Tamar” 25:8; Inhumanism 26:8

Miner, P. The Alpine Christ 40:3

Mitchell, M. New Critics 91:16; New Critics’ politics 97:8

Mooney, M. Scholarly materials, small and minor holdings (with R. Kafka) 56:47

Moore, ]. “The Beginnings of J” 80:10

Murphy, P. Ursula K. Le Ciuin 72:20

Naiman, S. Miroslav Holub (Czech poet) 75:9

Nichols, B. RJ themes 74:27

Nickerson, E. Rhyme 39:12; Luhan at Yale 41:6; “The Holy Light of J’s Poetry” 47:19; “A Structure of Opposites” 62:6; RJ
poem in Yale collection: “Red …” 72:7

Nolte, W “Fog” 16:2

Nuwer, H. Walter Van Tilburg Clark 44:11

Olson, T Frost, Eliot, and Pound 88:18; “Ossian’s Grave” 89:13

Pascoe, S. “Birth-Dues” 38:6

Payne, J. Humanities Research Center 60:22

Peevey, R. Tao-te-Ching 55:31

Powell, L. Bennett 23:1; Memoir of Dijon 62:10; Diary vignettes on R) 65:7

Quigley, P The Double-Axe 86:8; RJN Web page 97:6

Ridgeway, A. RJ letters 12:2

Ritchie, W Quercus Press 34:15; “J: Some Recollections of RJ” 52:16

Rodgers, C. Checklist of RJ’s poetical writings since 1934 48:11; Tamar text 54:19

Rorty, J. Memoir 27:4

Rothman, D. Gongorism 95-96:18

Rudnick, L. Mabel Dodge Luhan and RJ 49:21

Saxon, W Krishnamurti 67:9

Scharton, M. “Solstice” 54:7

Schwab, A. Craven Betts 57:26; Edna St. Vincent Millay 59:17; Robin Lampson 78:41 Scott, R. World-as-net 38:10; Three RJ poems 44:18; RJ as anti-imagist 63:8; “Solstice” 65:7; The Loving Shepherdess source 73:3; Sterling’s Strange Waters 74:19

Shaffer, E. “Inhabitation in the Poetry of RJ, Gary Snyder, and Lew Welch” 78:28 Shane, C. Hamilton Jeffers 46:41

Shaw, S. RJ and Buddhism 36:8 Smiley, K. Boni and Liveright 92:10

Smith, M. “Night” 90:15

Spier, L. RJ as a fascist 55:36

Steuding, R. “Shine, Perishing Republic” 21:2 Stevens, S. Spiritual legacy 7213

Van Dam. Greek drama 40:9

Van Doren, M. Memoir 27:3

Vardamis, A. Opinion of R]’s peers 69:11; The Faerie Queene 75:11

Vaughn, E. Dear Judas 51:7

Vendler, H. “Huge Pits of Darkness, High Peaks of Light” 77:13

Western Theological Seminary. William H. Jeffers 43:11

Williams, J. Memoir 79:16

Willis, S. UJ tribute 73:16

Wilson, D. Poetry versus prose in “Roan Stallion” 54:14

Zaller, R. The Tower Beyond Tragedy 58:5; Literary influences 69:7; “Tamar” 75:11;Vendler review 78:20

Zorn, J. Medea 90:8

Articles Noted (Selected and representative)
Ackerrnan, D. “RJ: The Beauty of Transhuman Things.” The American Poetry Review (1983) 63:3

Bernheimer, M. “‘Medea’ [Opera] Premiere.” Los Angeles Times (1988) 34:5

Brophy, R. “A Textual Note on RJ’s The Beginning and the End.” Papers of the
Bibliographical Society of America (1966) 16:2; “‘Tamar,’ ‘The Cenci,’and Incest
American Literature (1970) 27:3

Carpenter, F “RJ and the Torches of Violence.” Poetry and Fiction in American Twenties (1964) 7:1; “RJ Today: Beyond
Good and Beneath Evil,” American Literature (1977) 48:3; “Post-Mortem’: ‘The Poet is Dead.”‘ Western American Literature (1977) 49:6; “The Inhumanism of RJ.” Western American Literature (1981) 58:4

Cokinos, C. “If We Can Be Saved: RJ Today and Tomorrow.” North Dakota Quarterly (1989) 77:3

Devall, W. “Currents in the River of Environmentalism.” Eco News (1977) 49:1

Everson, W “Earth Poetry.” Sierra Club Bulletin (1970) 28:2; “Introduction.”
Cawdor/Medea (1970) 25:1, 27:1

Fonza, D. “The Inhumanist and Poet of Violence.” Leviathan (1977) 49:5

Gingerich, O. “The Galileo Affair.” Scientific American (1982) 63:4

Harmsen, T “RJ and His Printers.” Printing History (1987) 73:2

Haslam, G. “Predators in Literature.” Western American Literature (1997) 56:4

Houston, J. “The Necessary Ecstasy: An Afterword to Cawdor.” Cawdor (Yolla Bolly,
1984) 63:7, 64:3, 4

Hunt, T “A Voice to Nature: J’s Tamar and Other Poems.” American Literature (1989) 77:3

Jeffers, G. “Introduction.” RJ A Portrait (Yolla BoIly, 1983) 63:6

Jerome, J. “Roan Stallion.” Writers Digest (1983) 63:3

Keller, K. “California, Yankees, and the Death of God: The Allegory in J’s Roan Stallion.” Texas Studies in Literature and Language (1970) 30:12

Knudson, C. “RJ and Teilhard de Chardin.” (Loban seminar paper, 1970) 25:2

Kurrick, M. “RJ’s Negations: The Dialectics of’Not’ in’The Bloody Sire.”‘ Psychocultural Review (1977) 51:4

Lal, G. “San Francisco’s Bohemia of Yester-year-and Future.” San Francisco Sunday Examiner and Chronicle (1980) 56:4

LeMaster, J. “Lorca, J, and the Myth of Tamar.” New Laurel Review (1971) 39:3 Lime Kiln Press. Granite & Cypress (1976) 44:3-6

Lyon, T. “Western Poetry.” Journal of the West (1980) 56:3

McHaney, T “RJ’s ‘Tamai and ‘The Sound and the Fury.” Mississippi Quarterly (1969) 27:3

Meredith, A. “Devolution.” Journal of Theoretical Biology (1982) and CoEvolution Quarterly (1983) 63:5

Miura, T “Poetics of RJ: A Disclaimer of Modernism.” Bulletin of the Faculty of Letters, Hosei University (1977) 51:3

Murphy, P. “RJ’s Macabre and Darkly Marvelous Double Axe.” Western American Literature (1985) 69:4

Nadel, B. “RJ’s ‘Cawdor : The Emergence of Man’s Tragic Beauty.” Journal of the American Academy of Religion 46:3

Nickerson, E. “J’s Apocalypse and the ‘Inevitable Place.”‘ Western American Literature (1977) 46:3

Nolte, W “RJ, An Uncanny Prophet.” The Alternative: An American Spectator (1976) 45:3

Porter, J. “RJ and the Poetry of the End.” Antigonish Review (1993) 88:3

Redinger, E. “An Interview with Dame Judith Anderson.” Drama and Theatre (1968-69) 28:2

Rolfe, L. “RJ: The Lost L A Years.” Los Angeles Herald Examiner (1980) 56:3 Rorty, J. “The Ecology of RJ.” Quarterly News-Letter (1967) 28:3

Seidenbaum, A. “RJ’s Poem of Stones.” Los Angeles Times (1978) 51:2

Sessions, G. “Spinoza and Jeffers on Man in Nature.” Inquiry (1977) 49:8, 50:2

Scott, R. “RJ’s Tragedies as Rediscoveries of the World.” Rocky Mountain Review of Language and Literature (1975) 42:3

Slochower, H. “Hitler’s Elevation of the Jew: Ego-Splitting and Ego Function.” American Imago (1971) 35:2

Starr, K. “RJ and the Integrity of Nature.” Sierra Club Bulletin (1977) 49:4

Van Doren, M. “RJ.” Proceedings, American Academy of Arts and Letters and National Institute of Arts and Letters (1962) 5:2

Vendler, H. “Huge Pits of Darkness, High Peaks of Light.” The New Yorker (1988) 77:13

White, W. “RJ’s Space.” Personalist (1963) 20:3

Zaller, R. “Land and Value: The Ecology of RJ.” Western American Literature (1991) 79:3

Subject Entries
(See also Film, Meta-Art/Ephemera, Music, Photos, Recording, Theater.)
“De Return Natura” (Southern Oregon State College) 43:2
“The Last Conservative” 50:5, 54:2
“Remembering Jeffers” (I layman) 60:2
“Curb Science?” 61:2
Center for Internationalizing English 44:3
Sierra Club Wilderness Calendar for 1988 72:2
The Book Lovers’ Calendar 1991 79:3
1993 Edward Abbey Western Wilderness Calendar 89:3

Medea (Jane Brown Dance C)mpany) 61:3, 65:2, 78:4, 84:3, 87:1

Tor House (Lansdowne) 53:4 Charcoal sketch of RJ on cover of Vintage RJ Selected Poems (Colbum) 89:1. Portraits (Werboff) 83:cover, 85:cover

For The Loving Shepherdess (Jean Kellogg Dickie) 60:2, 66:8
Tor House (Partridge) 64:3

“Renate Ponsold / Robert Motherwell: Apropos Robinson Jeffers at California State University Long Beach, 1981 591
“Impressions of Bohemia” at Pacific Rim Galleries, Carmel, 1986 67:3
“Robinson Jeffers Country: Monterey Landscapes” at Occidental College, 1987 68:3 “RJ: The Man, The Poet” at California State University Long Beach, 1987 (39 photographs of RJ by Leigh Wiener opposite RJ autobiographical poems) 69:1 “Context: A Watercolor Exhibition” at 1993 Carmel Jeffers Festival (McRae) 88:1

Kelmscott Manor 47:1 “George Sterling’s Death” 48:2
“A Letter from UJ” 60:2
In No Small Measure (Beilke) 60:2
“Robinson Jeffers and Religion” 69:3, 83:1
Granite and bronze for Tor House (Yost and Scott) 64:2

RJ commemorative (Sindelar) 36:1 Kamil Bednar commemorative (Sindelar) 38:2

“Where I?” (Point Blank Mime Troupe) 61:2

RJ figure, WPA project at San Francisco Beach Chalet 56:6

Occidental College Centennial art exhibit 68:3
“Storm Dance of Sea Gulls” at California State Poly College, 1970 (Loughran) 26:4 Watercolor exhibit 88:1

Photo Books
Not Man Apart (Sierra Club) 3:1, 4:2, 12:1, 30:7-9, 31:1, 32:1, Arrowood Press reprint 69:4
Jeffers Country (Lyon) 29:1, 30:4, 9
The Primal Alliance (Brower and Kauffman) 42:3, 47:3
Headlands (Brower and Kauffman) 47:3, 48:2
Catalog of exhibit at California State University at Long Beach, 198159:2
The Wilder Shore (Baer) 69:3

Apology For Bad Dreams (Linden) 67:2
Impressions of Bohemia 67:3
Shine, Perishing Republic 71:2
Point Lobos (Koch and Bussche) 71:4

Big Stir coast headlands photo 30:9
“Cassandra” (Kirwan) 39:8
“How Beautiful It Is” (Moe’s Book Shop) 48:19
“Joy” 53:5

“Birds and Fishes” in glass (Steuben Glass) 2:1
Bronze hawk (Harth) 41:1
Bronze hawk (Downs) 64:2
Tor House key (replica) 64:2

“The Journey” (Kirwan) 39:6

“Tragedy Has Obligations” (Clough) 36:4
RJ head with hawk wings as poster (Baddock) 38:1, 83:1
Hawk and initials for RJ: The Man and His Work (Rockwell Kent) 52:22
Carmel hills (Landacre) 52:22
Tower (Landacre) 52:24, 74:12
“First Book” (Landacre) 52:21, 74:11
Woman mounting stallion (Landacre) 65:2
“A Little Scraping” (Coombs) 74:15
Roan Stallion (Wilsirom) 82:2

“The Condor” 52:4
“Practical People” 63:3

Cook Books
Sincerely Yours (Bess Boardman, compiler, Grabhorn Press, 1942; includes RJ’s recipe for kidney and mushroom stew) 74:10
Tea at Tor House (Tor House Foundation) 86:2

The Eiger Sanction 40:2
Place For No Story (public television ecological documentary) 38:1 Zandy’s Bride 40:2

Gift Shop at Tor House
Unicorn brass faucet, Hawk Tower book ends, laminated bookmarks unicorn cards poem broadsides, poem paperweights, seed packets, and garden potpourri 91:2

Greeting Cards
Christmas greeting from Gleeson Library Associates (reprint of RJ’s poem “Only an Hour” and reproduction of UJ’s silver unicorn brooch) 21:1
The Journey triptych reproduced (Kirwan) 4Z:3
Tor House card (Lansdowne) 53:5

Family, Friends and Poetry (Quintessence Publications) 58:4

“Jeffers Country: A Literary Map” (Fitzgerald and Fitzgerald Beach” 54:1, 58:3, 6 I 1

Neck Ties and Cosmetic Bags
With Hawk Tower design (Talbott) 53:2

Plaques on live oak trees in Saratoga, California, honoring RJ and Robert Frost 51

“Be Angry at San Pedro” (Locklin) 64:3

Post Cards
Photo profile of RJ (Musemail) 41:1
“Be Angry at the Sun” (Hamper) 89:3

Postage Stamps
U.S. Postal Service eight-cent commemorative: RJ profile (Lyon) 35:1, 36:1, 38:2 46:3, 47:2
Stamp cancellation, Carmel Post Office, October 2, 1987, commemorating RJ’s centennial 71:3

“Beaks of Eagles” on Beach Boys Holland 38:1

Student Art
California State University at Long Beach RJ seminar final projects transcribe J themes into various art forms: acrylic, dance, decoupage, macrame, mobiles, organ and guitar music, oils, and watercolors 39:2

RJ profile (Lyon) 47:2

The Journey (Kirwan) 42:3

Academy of American Poets 48:18
American Academy of Arts and Letters 4:3, 5:2
American an Library Association 7:1, 27:1 American Literature Association 78:5 ,79:8, 83:2,4, 84:2, 85:1, 89:2, 92:3 Bibliographical Society of America 16:2
Bohemian Club of San Francisco 53:4
Bollingen Foundation 2:2, 4:2
Book Club of California 73:2, passim
California American Studies Association 89:1
California Association of Teachers of English 63:3, 92:3 California Historical Society 53:5
California Studies Association 78:5, 88:3
Central California Conference of Teachers of English 45:2 Conference on Christianity and Literature 43:2
Gleeson Libarary Association 19:1, 21:1, 25:1
Grolier Club 1:2, 7:1
Henry Miller Library (Big Sur) 92:1
Interdisciplinary Studies in Literature and Environment 92:5 Jeffers Studies Advisory and Editorial Boards 87:3
Labyrinth Theater 12:1, 17:1, 18:1, 21:1
Modern Language Association 46:2, 48:3, 81:3, 92:3
National Council of Teachers of English 55:2
National Institute of Arts and Letters 5:2
Northern California Teachers of English 45:2
Poetry Society of America 24:1
RJ Association 85:1, 86:2, 89:3, 92:2, 97:4; Listserv 92:3; Web page 97:6
RJ Committee/National Council 1:1, 5:2, 6:2, 30:8, 42:1
RJN Editorial Board 26:7
Robinson Jeffers Society (San Francisco) 18:1
Roxburghe Club 60:2, 48:18
Sierra Club passim, especially Not Man Apart 49:1
Tor House Foundation 84:3, 86:2, 88:2; Board 53:2
Western Literature Association 81:3, 84:2
Zamorano Club 6:2, 48:18. 56:4, 60:2


“Distinguished Fellow,” RJ Tor House Foundation (Douglas Downs bronze hawk)
1979: Everson 52:1
1980: Brophy 57:2
1981: Powell 59:1
1982: Carpenter 62:2
1983: Caldwell 64:2
1984: Zaller 65:2
Jane & Henry Hoppin Fellow
1982: Nolte 62:2

Tor House Poet/Scholar in Residence
1984-85:liedin 65:1
1986-87: Docson 96:2
L. C. Powell for Distinguished Scholarship
1996: Brophy 97:4
Selected Poems (1966) 26:5

Tor House Key
1982 Ridgeway 62:2
Honorary Doctorate, Occidental College
1983: Dame Judith Anderson 63:2

(For annual bibliographies, see PMLA and WAL.)
Primary Sources
Alberts, Bibliography (reprinted) 15:1
Brophy, Prose of RJ 46:14
Harmsen and Bennett, RJ translations 19:2
Jeffers bibliography proposed 1:1, 2:1, 6:1
Jeffers D., RJ in foreign translation 24:3
Kafka, Published writings, 1903-11 53:47
Lawrynowicz, RJ Polish translations 50:7
Rodgers, Checklist of RJ’s poetical writings since 1934 48:11-24
White, RJ checklist, 1954-65 (The Serif) 20:3

Secondary Sources
Boswell, RJ and critics 1912-83 69:5, 70:3
Brophy, Dissertations at Occidental College Library 24:1; Theses at Occidental College Library 25:4; Scholarly Resources (series) 33:11
Etulain, Bibliographical Guide to the Study of Western American Literature65:3 Nolte, Checklist of RJ 26:1
Vardamis, Critical Reputation of RJ (1972) 34:3, 83:2

Biographical Materials in RJN
(See also sequential list, 87:26; biographers Bennett, Cronon, Karman, and Stegner; entries in library handbooks, 64:6-7; and psychological readings listed in Themes.)
Barkan, P “J Family” 53:26
Brinnin, M. “An Awkward Meeting” 66:4
Brophy, R. “Murphy Masterbuilder” 78:24; “UJ and Mabel D. Luhan” 77:25
Carpenter, B. “J Family” 69:17
Cerwin, H. “Notes on RJ” 33:3
Chaplin, C. “Chaplin on Jeffers” 37:2
Commins, D. “Poetry & Politics” 72:10
Cooper/Klein M. Jeffers Observed 61:7
Dewitt, J. “Mrs. Nash of Hermosa” 52:27
Dickie, J. “RJ: Remembrance” 79:14
Eaton, D. “Observations on Meeting” 69:5
Eherhart, R. “Tribute and Appreciation” 27:6
Everson,W “Astrological Note” 36:17; “Everson on J: A Sighting” 97:19 Ghormley, W “Lineal Data of Joseph Jeffers” 54:3
Hall, I. “Life at Tor House” 88:4
Harmsen, T “RJ Student at Occidental” 49:21
Hinkley, V “Memoir” 82:9
Hughes, L. “Langston Hughes on RJ” 55:28
lngam County. “UJ: A Note” 75:7
Jeffers, B. “A Sullivan-Doyle Perspective” 100:12
Jeffers, D. “Note on Tor House” 42:6; “Portraits of RJ” 45:7; “Some Biographical Corrigenda” 35:4; “Some Notes on Building Tor House” 53:8-18; “Tor HouseFurnishings” 53:13 Jeffers, G. “Poem Source Anecdotes” 84:4; “Vignettes of My Father” 76:6 [“Foreword” to RJ: A Portrait] 63:6]; “A Window into the J Social Life” 100:8
Jeffers, U. “Tor House Planting” 66:16
Jordan-Smith, P “Reminiscence” 66:3
Kafka, R. “Stone Mason: More Corrigenda” 51:5
Karman, J. “Note on William H. Jeffers” 42:9
Kelso, C. “Eulogy: William H. Jeffers” 43:6
Klein, H. “Simenon: Quasi-Encounter” 66:5
Klein, M. Jeffers Observed 61:7
Landau, R. “J and Krishnamurti” 89:7
Larsen, S and R. “Joseph Campbell and RJ” 89:10
Lehman, B. “Recollectons and Reminiscences” 63:12
Luhan, M. “Una & Robin” 81:5-32
Lyon, H. “J as Subject of Camera” 18:2, 88:8; “Little People of Santa Lucias” 48:7 Lyman, W “Memoir” 34:19
McWilliams, C. “Adamic and Jeffers” 86:1
Matthias, B. “RJ and Krishnamuro” 67:8
Moore, J. “Beginnings of Jeffers” 80:10
Powell, L. “RJ and His Garden” 80:4; “Two Diary Vignettes” 65:7
Ritchie, W “Some Recollections” 52:27
Rorty, J. “Memoir” 27:4
Rudnick, L. “M. D. Luhan and RJ” 49:21
Schwab, A. “J and Millay” 59:17
Shane, C. “Hamilton M. Jeffers”46:41
Times, L.A. “Una Kuster’s Road Race” 52:7
Van Doren, M. “Memoir” 27:3
Western Theological Seminary. “W H. Jeffers: 43:11
Williams, J. “In the Poet’s Path” 79:16
Willis, S. “A Memoir” 53:30

Books by RJ
(See also Poems by RJ, Printers/Special Printings, and University Microfilms International: Books on Demand, 43:4, 48:3, 50:3.)
The Alpine Christ and Other Poems (Everson, editor) 34:2, 36:3, 38:2
Apology for Bad Dreams (Linden) 67:Z, 70:3
The Beginning and the End 1:2, 2:1, 3:1, 3, 16:2, 20:2
Brides of the South Wind (Everson, editor) 34:9
Californians (Everson, editor) 30:10
Cawdor: The Narrative Poem by RJ (Yolla Bolly Press) 64:3, 4, 70:.3 Cawdor/Medea (New Directions) 25:1, 27:1
The Collected Letters of RJ and UJ (Karman, in progress; Stanford) 76:3, 78:6, 82:4
The Collected Plays of RJ (Vaughn, in progress) 46:3
Collected Poems of RJ (proposed) 1:1, 6:2, 31:10
The Collected Poetry of RJ (Hunt, editor) 70:3
Dear Judas and Other Poems (Brophy, editor; Norton) 42:2, 45:4, 49:2 The Desert (Cheney, printer; Dawson’s Book Shop) 47:3, 48:21
The Double Axe and Other Poems (Everson and Hotchkiss, editors; Norton) 42:2, 45:4, 49:2
Flagons and Apples (Cayucos) 28:2, 30:11; RJ’s review of Grafton edition 47:8
From These Hills (Shears, proposed anthology) 79:3
Granite & Cypress (Everson; Lime Kiln) 41:3, 44:3
Headlands (RJ poems, Brower and Kauffman) 47:3, 48:2
In This Wild Water: The Suppressed Poems of RJ (Shebl, editor and commentator) 45:4, 47:7
J Country: The Seed Plots of RJ Poetry (Lyon, editor and photographer) 30:9
J Poems in Translation (Miura, translator) 69:4, 70:3, 71:4
Meditation on Saviors (Wilson, printer) 65:5
Mirrors (Ritchie, printer) 89:1
Not Man Apart: Lines from RJ (RJ poems; Sierra Club) 3:1, 4:2, 12:1, 25:3, 49:1;(Arrowood) 69:4
Poetry, Gongorism and a Thousand Years (Folcroft) 26:1
Point Alma Venus (Kafka, editor) 46:3, 47:4
Point Lobos (Koch, printer, and Bussche, photographer) 70:5, 71:4, 76:10
The Primal Alliance: Earth and Ocean (RJ poems, Brower and Kauffman) 42:3, 47:3 Roan Stallion (Yolla Bolly) 82:2
RJ, Unterjochte Erde: Gedichte (Hesse, translator and commentator) 70:3
RJ: Poems and Contemporary Commentary (California State University at Long Beach) 53:2; see also Explications
RJ: Poetry and Response: A Centennial Tribute (Occidental College) 71:3; see also Explications
RJ: Selected Poems (Vintage) 3:1, 12:1
RJ: Selected Poems: Centenary Selection (Carcanet Press) 70:3, 4, 71:16, 72:3
Rock and Hawk: A Selection of Shorter Poems by RJ (Hass, editor, with extensive introduction) 68:3, 70:3, 71:4, 11
The Selected Letters of RJ (Ridgeway, editor) 23:3, 49:2, 62:3
Shine, Perishing Republic: (Linden) 71:2
Songs and Heroes (Arundel) 75:2, 76:3, 78:9, 81:3
Themes in My Poems (Book Club of California) 74:14
Thurso’s Landing, Dear Judas, and Other Poems (Random House) 45:5
Tor House Inscriptions (Stuart, editor) 75:2
Tragedy Has Obligations (Everson, commentator; Lime Kiln Press) 34:2, 36:3, 39:3
U and RJ: Two Early Letters to Hazel Pinkham (Tiger Press) 74:15
What Odd Expedients and Other Poems of RJ (Scott, editor and commentator; Archon/Shoestring Press) 57:3, 59:2
Where Shall I Take You To: The Love Letters of U and RJ (Kafka, editor and commentator; Yolla Bolly) 69:1, 70:3
Whom Should I Write For (Ritchie, printer) 52:2
The Women at Point Sur (Hunt, editor; Norton) 42:2, 45:4, 49:2
The Women at Point Sur (Hotchkiss, commentator; Blue Oak Press) 41:4

Books in Print
26:1, 33:1, 40:3, 41:3, 44:1, 46:2, 57:3, 64:4, 67:5, 70:3, 79:4, 92:6
University Microfilms International: Books on Demand (Selected Facsimiles of Texts by/on RJ) 43:4 48:1, 50:3, 53:5

Books on RJ Noted with Commentary
(See also Biographical Materials, Books Reviewed/Described, and Articles.)
Adamic, L. RJ: A Portrait 62:2, 70:3
Alberts, S. S. Bibliography of the Works of RJ 15:1
Antuninus, Brother. See W. Everson.
Ave Vale RJ 48:23
Bacchiega, E M. RJ: La Natura, La Scienza, La Poesia 56:3
Barretc Library: RJ: A Checklist 26:6
Beers, T “… a thousand graceful subtleties”: Rhetoric in the Poetry of RJ 92:5, 95-96:3
Beilke, M. Shining Clarity: Man and God in the Works of RJ 46:2, 49:2, 3, 50:5, 54:2, 58:4 Bennett, M. The Stone Mason of Tor House 13:1, 35:4, 51:5
Boswell, J. RJ and the Critics 69:24
Brophy, R. Dimensions of a Poet 91:4; RJ (Western Writers Series) 43:3; RJ: Myth, Ritual and Symbol in His Narrative Poems 34:2, 36:4, 42:3, 45:4; RJ: Poems and Contemporary Commentary 53:3; RJ: Poetry and Response: A Centennial Tribute 71:3; The RJN: A Jubliee Gathering 73:2, 75:2
Brower, D. Headlands 47:3, Not Man Apart 49:1, 69:4; The Primal Alliance: Earth and Ocean 42:3
Carpenter, E. RJ (Twayne’s U.S. Authors) 10:1, 15:1
Cerwin, H. In Search of Something: The Memoir of a Public Relation Man (anecdotes and photos) 47:2
Coffin, A. RJ: Poet of Inhumanism 28:2, 29:4
Dotson, J. The Enduring Voice: A Tor House Journal 71:4
Eshelman, W. Take Hold Upon the Future: Letters on Writers and Writing, 1938-1946: William Everson and Lawrence Clark Powell 91:3
Everson, W. Archetype West: The Pacific Coast as a Literary Region 46:2; The Excesses of God: RJ as a Religious Figure 69:3, 70:4; The Poet is Dead: A Memorial for RJ 6:2;79:9; RJ: Fragments of an Older Fury 22:1, 23:3
Gilbert, R. Shine, Perishing Republic: RJ and the Tragic Sense in Modern Poetry 24:2 Glenn, C. Renate Ponsold/Robert Motherwell: Apropos RJ 59:2, 60:4
Harmon, R. The First Editions of RJ 53:5 I layman, L. R. Collecting J 67:3, 70:4
Hotchkiss, W J: The Sivaistic Vision 40:3, 44:2
Hunt, T. The Collected Poetry of RJ (apparatus) 70:3
Jarman, M. Iris (narrative poem on RJ themes) 84:1
Jeffers, D. Some Notes on the Building of Tor House 54:3, 56:Z, 5, 881; The Stones of Tor House 54:3, 56:2, 5
Jeffers, G. Memories of Tor House 88:2
Karman, J. Critical Essays on RJ 79:8; RJ: Poet of California 69:3, 70:4, 92:6, 95-96:4
Klein, M. and H. Jeffers Observed 67:3, 70:4
Koch, P Point Lobos 70:5, 75:2, 76:10, 92:6
Luhan, M. Una and Robin 45:4, 46:5
Lyon, H. J Country: The Seed Plots of RJ Poetry 30:9
Monterey area, 37 books on. 43:4
Nolte, W The Merrill Checklist of RJ 26:1; The Merrill Guide to RJ 26:1; Rock and Hawk: RJ and the Romantic Agony 49:2, 51:3, 52:5, 53:6
Ritchie, W. A Book of Gaelic Airs (designer) 77:2; I Remember RJ 52:4; J: Some Recollections of RJ 50:3; The Poet and The Printers 56:4; Years Touched With Memory 89:1
Seubert, E. RJ: Poet For an Age of Violence 67:3
Shebl, W. In This Wild Water: The Suppressed Poems of RJ 44:2, 45:4, 47:8

Slawek, T. The Dark Glory, RJ and His Philosophy of Man, Earth & Things 78:5

Smith, A. The Flight of The Hawk: An Introduction to RJ 54:3
Soldofsky, A. Quarry West (special issue on RJ) 75:2, 78:14
Squires, R. The Loyalties of RJ 2:3
Strauss, B. Fragmente Der Undeutlichkeit 77:3
Stuart, G. Tor House Inscriptions 75:2
Thesing, W. RJ and a Galaxy of Writers 95-96:4
Thorpe, D. The Wings Still 62:3
Vaughn, E. The Drama and Theater of RJ 56:5
Vardamis, A. Critical Reputation of RJ 34:3, 83:2
White, K. Coast Opposite Humanity-An Essay on the Poetry of RJ 51:4
Zaller, R. Centennial Essays for RJ 78:8, 79:2; The Cliffs of Solitude: A Reading of RJ 46:4; Tributes From His Peers: Elegies for RJ 67:2; 76:2

On Audio Cassettes
Brophy The Works of RJ 41:6, 43:3
Everson RJ 4 3: 3

Books Reviewed/Described
Academic, L. RJ, A Portrait 01:6
Beers, T. “…a thousand graceful subtleties”: Rhetoric in the Poetry of RJ 92:5, 95-96:3 Bednar, K Our Garden, Our Friend 91:3
Beilke, M Shining Clarity: God and Man in the Works of RJ 49:3
Bly, R. News of the Universe 62:5
Boswell, J . RJ and the Critics: 1912-1983 69:24
Brand, S. How Buildings Learn: What Happens After They’re Built 95-96:5
Brophy, R. RJ (Western Writers Series) 43:3; RJ: Dimensions of a Poet 91:4; RJ: Myth, Ritual, and Symbol in His Narrative Poems 36:4, 45:4; RJ: Poet in Collection (checklist) 42:5
Brower, D. Headlands 47: 3; Not Man Apart 49:1,69:4; The Primal Alliance: Earth and Ocean 42:3
Bukowski, C. Screams from the Balcony: Selected Letters 1960-1970 88:3
Burke, J. Regional Perspectives (contains “Archetype West” by W Everson) 46:2 l
Coffin, A. RJ: Poet of Inhumanism 29:4
Clark, D. Monterey County Place Names: A Geographical Dictionary 92:4 Dardis, T. Firebrand: The Life of Horace Liveright 95-96:5
Dickinson, C. Myths on the Modern Stage 28:2
Erisman, F.and R. Etulain, Fifty Western Writers: A Bio-Bibliographical Sourcebook 62:3
Eshelman, W. Take hold Upon the Future: Letters on Writers and Writing, 1838-1946: William Everson’ and Lawrence Clark Powell 97:19
Everson, W. Archetype West 46:2; The Excesses of God: RJ as a Religious Figure 75:20; RJ: Fragments of an Older Fury 23:3; The Poet is Dead: A Memorial for RJ 6:2, 93-94:97; Point Lobos (introduction) 92:6
Falck, C. RJ: Selected Poems: The Centenary Edition 71:16
Glenn, C. Renate Ponsold/Robert Motherwell: Apropos RJ 59:2, 60:4
Hass, R. Rock and Hawk 77:13
Hunt, T Collected Poetry of RJ 79:10
Jeffers, D. The Stones of Tor House 87:1
Jeffers, G. Memories of Tor House 87:1
Jeffers, R. The Alpine Christ and Other Poems 36:3, 38:2; The Beginning and the End 2:1, 3:1; Brides of the South Wind 41:3; Dear Judas and Other Poems 45:4; The Double Axe and Other Poems 45:4; Californians 30:10; Cawdor (Yolla Bolly Press) 64:4; Cawdor/Medea (New Directions) 25:1, 27:1; The Collected Poetry of RJ 70:3; Flagons and Apples 28:2, 47:8; Granite & Cypress 44:3; In This Wild Water: The Suppressed Poems of RJ 47:7; Jeffers Country: Seed Plots of J Poetry 30:9; Not Man Apart: Lines from RJ (Sierra Club) 25:3, (Arrowood Press) 69:4; Point Alma Venus 47:4; Point Lobos 92:6; Roan Stallion (Yolla Bolly Press) 82:2; RJ: Selected Poems 3:1, 12:1; RJ: Selected Poet The Centenary Edition 70:3, 71:16, 72:3; Rock and Hawk: A Selection of Shorter Poems 71:11, 77:13; The Selected Letters of RJ 23:3, 49:2, 62:3; Shine, Perishing Republic (Linden) 71:2; Songs and Heroes 78:9; Tragedy Has Obligations 36:3; What Odd Expedients and Other Poems of RJ 57:3; Where Shall I Take You To: The Love Letters of U and RJ 69:3, 74:15; The Women at Point Sur 45:4
Jeffers, U. A Book of Gaelic Airs 77:2
Jeffers, U. and R. Two Early Letters to Hazel Pinkham 74:15
Kafka, R. Point Alma Venus 47:4; Where Shall I Take You To: The Love Letters of U and RJ 69:3
Karman, J. Critical Essays on RJ 79:8; RI: Poet of California 70:4, 92:6
Klein, M. Jeffers Observed 67:3, 70:4
Luhan, M. Una and Robin 46:5
Lyon, It. Jeffers Country: The Seed Plots of RJ Poetry 30:9
Modern Language Association. American Literary Manuscripts 51:55
McDermott, E. Euripides’ Medea 87:5
Nolte, W. Rock and Hawk: RJ and the Romantic Agony 51:3
Rodgers, C. RJ Collection: University of Houston 42:4
Ridgeway, A. The Selected Letters of RJ 12:2, 23:3
Ritchie, W Years Touched With Memory 89:1
Shebl, J. In This Wild Water: The Suppressed Poems of RJ 47:7
Soldofsky, A. Quarry West (special issue on RJ) 78:14
Strauss, B. Fragmente Der Undeutlichkeit 77:3
Taylor, J. G. The Literature of the American West 28:3; The Literary History of the West 66:2
Thesing, W. RJ and a Galaxy of Writers 95-96:3
Tor House Foundation. Tea at Tor House (recipe book) 86:2
Vardamis, A. The Critical Reputation of RJ: A Bibliographical Study 34:3
Vickery, J. The Literary Impact of the Golden Bough 49:7
Wyatt, D. The Fall into Eden: Landscape and Imagination in California 87:7
Zaller, R. Centennial Essays for RJ 78:8, 79:2; The Cliffs of Solitude: A Reading of RJ 63:7 The Tribute of His Peers: Elegies for RJ 78:12

Centennial, 1887-1987 (See also RJN 66-70)
Supported by an NEH grant, Occidental College completed a year’s spectrum of events involving a fall 1986 lecture series, including a panel with Klein, Powell, and Ritchie; an undergraduate essay contest: “The Relevance of RJ in 1987”; a fall semester English Department Jeffers seminar with a Big Sur field trip; a January 1987 symposium on the poet’s birthday, featuring scholars from across the country; a traveling exhibit to 11 libraries of RJ editions and memorabilia; a Clapp Library Jeffers Collection exhibit of manuscripts & first editions, a Coons Center art exhibit of Monterey-Carmel-Big Sur landscapes an evening panel of renowned poets Everson, Milosz, and Snyder; a Reader’s Theater presentation of poems read by Occidental alumni and alumnae; an evening of dance featuring Jane Brown Company’s Medea; a May premiere of Occidental College musicologist Richard Grayson’s “Continent’s End,” a cantata on RJ’s poems “Tor House,” ” I be Bloody Sire,” “Joy,” “Birds,” and “Continent’s End”; publication of a student booklet of explications opposite RJ poems, Ijl: Poetry & Response (see also Chapters of Books Noted and Explications); an anthology of articles from the first 25 years of RJN-Robinson Jeffers Newsletter: A Jubliee Gathering; and the RJ: Poet Centennial Exhibition booklet of 47 pages.

The Centennial was also celebrated with a joint Carmel and San Jose State University fall festival (70:1) and special issues of American Poetry (70:5), The American Poetry Review (71 :1), The Library Chronicle of the University of Texas at Austin (71:2), and The Quarterly Newsletter of the Book Club of California (71:2). Also, the Sierra Club’s 1987 Engagement Calendar featured quotes from RJ’s poems (67:1), and Poetry LA featured the Charles Bukowski potent tribute, “Jeffers” (70:4, 72:30).

There were programs and exhibits at the Library of Congress (69:2), California State University Long Beach (69:2), University of Utah (69:4), Virginia Wesleyan College (69:2), and the Gleeson Library, University of San Francisco (67:2), as well as a traveling exhibit of Leigh Wiener’s RJ photographs (77:4).

Books published: Shine Perishing Republic (Linden), 71:2; Point Lobos (Koch and Bussche), 70:5 5; RJ, Unterjochte Erde: Gedichte (Hesse), 70:3; RJ: Selected Poems: The Centenary Selection (Falck; Carcanet), 70:3; Where Shall I take You To: The Love Letters of Uand RJ (Kafka; Yolla Bolly), 69:3; The Enduring Voice: An Interpretation of the Life and Work RJ (Dotson), 70:3; RJ: Poet of California (Karman), 72:4; and Rock and Hawk: A Selection of Shorter Poems by RJ (Hass), 71:11 and 77:13.

Chapters of Books Noted
(Selected and representative)
Boyers, K. “A Sovereign Voice: The Poetry of RJ” in Mazzaro, Modern American Poetry: Essays in Criticism 29:1
Brophy, R. “RJ” in Erisman and Etulain, eds., Fifty Western Writers 62:3; “RJ” in Taylor, The Literary History of the American West 69:3; “RJ in Centennial” in Harmsen, ed., RJ: The Man. The Poet 68:2, 3, 75:6; “Man and Poet” and “A World Apart” in Occidental 70:5; “Quintessential Jeffers” in Linden, Shine, Perishing Republic 71:2; “Everson, the Art of Reading and RJ” in Perspectives on William Everson 83:2
Cerwin, H. Anecdotes and photos in his In Search of Something: The Memoir of a Public Relation Man 47:2
DeMott, R. “RJ’s `Tamar’ in French, The Twenties: Fiction Poetry & Drama 44:3
Dickinson, H. “RJ: The Twilight of Man” in his Myth on the Modern Stage 29:3
Diggory, T. “The Inhuman Self: RJ” in his Yeats and American Poetry: The Tradition of Self 67:4
Elder, J. “The Covenant of Loss” in Imagining the Earth: Poetry and the Vision of Mimic 71:5
Eshelman, W. Anecdotes in his Take Hold Upon the Future: Letters on Writers and Writing 1938-1946, William Everson and Lawrence Clark Powell 91:3
Everson, W “Introduction” to Cawdor/Medea (New Directions) 25:1, 27:1; “Archetype West” in Gordon, Regional Perspectives 27:1, 46:2; “Afterword” to Tragedy Has Obligations 36:4
Gilliam, H. “The Genius Loci” in his Creating Carmel 77:3
Gioia, D. “Strong Counsel” in his Can Poetry Matter? 73:11
Glenn, Constance. In Apropos RI: Ponsold/Motherwell/Jeffers 59:2, 60:4
Hamburger, K. “Phaedra” in her From Sophocles to Sartre: Figures from Greek Tragedy, Classical and Modern 31:3
Hunt, T. Introduction [“Nature, Narrative, and Knowing’] in Roan Stallion (Yolla Bolly Press) 82:2
Jeffers, G. “Foreword” to Adamic, RJ: A Portrait 63:6, 76:6
Littlejohn, D. “RJ” in his Interruptions 31:4
Messer, R. “J’s Inhumanism: A Vision of the Self” in Crowe, ed., Itinerary: Criticism Essays on California Writers 52:5
Milosz, C. “Carmel” in Visions from San Francisco Bay 64:2
Nathan, L., and A. Quinn. “J’s Poetry as Defining Experience” in their The Poets Work: An Introduction to Czeslaw Milosz 82:2
Powell, L. C. “RJ” in Westways (collected in California Classics, Capra Press, 1989) 24:1
Power, Sister M. J. “RJ Takes God to Task” in Poets at Prayer 33:2
Rodgers, C. “RJ” in First Printings of American Authors: Contributions Toward Descriptive Checklists, Volume 3 51:4, 57:2, 60:2
Rolfe, L. “RJ: The Lost LA Years” in Literary LA: Reminiscences About Famous Writers Who Have Lived and Worked in Southern California 55:2, 56:3, 58:3
Rudnick, L. P “American Gothic: M. D. Luhan and the RJs” in her Mabel Dodge Luhan
New Woman, New World 67:3
Sanderson, J., and I. Gopnik. “The Cretan Woman” in their Phaedra and Hippolytus Myth and Dramatic Form 46:1
Shucard, A., F Moramarco, and W Sullivan. “The Visionary Company” in their Modern American Poetry, 1865-1950 78:3
Slawek, T “A Hammer of Philosophy: The Scene of Violence in Nietzsche and J” in Violence/Intolerance/Literature 84:2; The Continent’s End’: Border as Figure of Thought in RJ’s Poetry” in Boundary of Borders 84:2
Squires, J. “RJ: The Anatomy of Violence” in Owens, ed., Modern American Poetry: Essays in Criticism 46:3
Temple, S. “The Towering Poet of the Tower” in Carmel by the Sea: From Aborigines to the Coastal Commission 73:2
Vickery, J. In his The Literary Impact of the Golden Bough 49:7
Wyatt, D. “Jeffers, Snyder & The Ended World” in his The Fall Into Eden, Landscape and Imagination in California 73:3, 87:7
Zaller, R. “The Giant Hand: William Everson on RJ” in Perspectives on William Everson 83:2

Article Chapters in 11 Collections
RJ: Poems and Contemporary Commentary. Long Beach: California State University, 1979 (53:2—13 poems, six respondents, and 13 explications; S. York: Excerpt from “Margrave”; T. Ressler: “Shakespeare’s Grave,” “Roan Stallion”; R. Ballister: “Natural Music,” “A Redeemer”; L. French: “Science,” “Shine, Perishing Republic,” “The Treasure”; R. Peevey: “Love the Wild Swan,” “Signpost,” “Hurt Hawks”; R. Brophy: Introduction, “Tamar V,” “Salmon-Fishing.”

American Poetry, Fall 1987, special issue (70:5)-T. Beers “RJ & The Canon”; E. Hesse: “Poetry as a Means of Discovery”; W. Everson: “Letters on J”; D. Morris, “The Practical Importance of Jeffers”; J.Hollander: “On J: An Interview”; W. Stafford, J. Haines, R. Morgan, G. Haslam, R. Peters, E. Chappell, and B. Adcock: “On Reading Jeffers.”

The American Poetry Review, November-December 1987, special issue (71:2)-RJ’s ‘Home’, A Recently Uncovered Poem” (336-line narrative, originally intended for The Women at Point Sur), with introduction and notes by T. Hunt; R. Hass: “On J’s Life and Work.”

The Library Chronicle of the University of Texas at Austin, Number 40, 1987, dedicated to RJ (71:2)—D. Turner: “RJ at Texas” ; R. Kafka. “Unpublished Manuscripts in the RJ Collection at the HRHRC”; E. Nickerson: “Freedom, Democracy, and Poetry: What RJ Really Said at the Library of Congress.”

RJ: Poetry and Response, A Centennial Tribute. Los Angeles: Occidental College, 1987 (71:3)–10 poems and seven respondents; B. Nichols: “To the House’: Ecologic Authenticity “: B. Salzman: “‘Continent’s End’: Cycle & Equinox”; D. Kartub: “‘Divinely Superfluous III, Beauty’: J’s Love of Landscape”; S.Coombs: “‘Fog’: Nirvana Rejected,” “’Hands’: A formal Reciprocity”; L. Maddox: “`Still the Mind Smiles’: Vantage Points”; D Shuff: ‘”Evening Ebb’s: An Ambience,” “‘The Hanged God’: Prophet of the Self-­Tortured God”; J. Heuter: “‘Boats in a Fog’: Beauty as Participation,” “‘Shine, Perishing Republic’: A Patriot’s Lament”; R. Brophy: Introduction, Bibliography.

Brophy, R., ed The RJ Newsletter: A Jubilee Gathering 1961-1988. Los Angeles: Occidental College, 1988 (75:2)–Preface; Introduction; RJ: “Whom Should I Write For?” H. Klein: “The Poet Who Spoke of It”; K. Bednar: “RJ in Czechoslovakia”; H. Lyon: “Jeffers as a Subject for H. Lyon’s Camera”; R. Brophy: “Tor House Library: J’s Books”‘ M Van Doren, J. Rorty, and R. Eberhart: “Three Memoirs of RJ”; R. Brophy, “Topography and the J Narrative Scene”; W. Ritchie: “Theodore Lilienthal, RJ and the Quercus Press”; E. Nickerson: J. Scholarly Materials: Library of Congress”; M. McAllister: “Meaning and Paradox in J’s T. Hunt: “The Interactive Voice of J’s ‘Hungerfield'”; R Brophy ” The Prose of RJ: An Annotated Checklist”; C. Rodgers: “Checklist of RJ’s Poetical Writings Since 1934”; E. Vaughn: “‘Dear Judas’–Time and the Dramatic Structure of the Dream”; D. Jeffers: “Some Notes on the Building of Tor House”; P. Barkan: “The J Family as I Knew Them”; R. Kafka: “RJ’s Published Writings, 1903-1911”; “UJ, Correspondent: Letters to Hazel Pinkham, 1912-1920”; Czeslaw Milosz: “To Robinson Jeffers”; L. Powell: “Delicieuse Ville, Melancolique et Douce: Dijon, 1930-32”; B. Lehman: “Recollections and Reminiscences”; D. Gioia: “Strong Counsel.”

Zaller, R., ed. Centennial Essays For RJ. Newark: University of Delaware, 1991 (78:8) Introduction; H. Gregory: “Poet Without Critics: A Note on RJ”; R. Zaller: “RJ, American Poetry, and a Thousand Years”; A. Vardamis: “The Critical Reception of RJ”. R. Boyers: “A Sovereign Voice: The Poetry of RJ”; T. Hunt, “Different Throats … One Language: The Voice of RJ”; D. Morris: “Reading RJ: Formalism, Post-Structuralism and the Inhumanist Turn”; W. Everson: “Prefaces to J”; Coffin: “Bricolage and J’s Narrative of the Twenties”; R. Butterfield: “Loving to Death: A Consideration of the ‘The Loving Shepherdess”‘; R. Brophy: “The Emasculation Syndrome among J’s Protagonists”; D. Hymes: “Jeffers and Native American Poetry”; F. Carpenter: “The Verbal Magnificence of RJ”; E. Nickerson: “The Politics of RJ”; C. Milosz: “RJ.”

Soldofsky, A., ed. Quarry West, Number 27, RJ: A Symposium. Santa Cruz: Porter College, University of California, 1990 (78:14)-). Houston: “Necessary Ecstasy: An Afterword to ‘Cawdor’”; C. Kiser. “RJ”; D. Gioia: “The Coming J Revival”; T. Beers: “RJ’s Post Modern Poetry”; P. Murphy: “RJ’s Heroes: Divided and Resisting”; T. Hunt “Once Upon a Manuscript”; S. Blumenthal “Notes from a Filmmaker’s Journal”; D. Wakoski: “RJ: American Socrates”; A. Soldofsky: “Anti-Modemism and a Thousand Years”; K. Hearle: “An Interview with William Everson.”

Karman, James, ed. Critical Essays on RJ. Boston: Hall, 1990 (79:8)-An extensive introduction tracing the responses to successive RJ volumes is accompanied by these essays: F. Dell, “Shell-Shock & the Poetry of RJ”; L. Eiseley, “Music of the Mountain”, I Carpenter, “Values of RJ”; Highet, “An American Poet”; Rexroth, “In Defense of Jeffers”; L. Powell, “Double Marriage of RJ”; Nolte, “RJ as Didactic Poet”; W. Everson “Introduction” to Cawdor/Medea; R. Brophy, “J’s `Cawdor’ and the Hippolytus Story”; T. Hunt, “RJ: The Modernist Poet as Antimodernist”; R. Zaller, “Spheral Eternity: Time, Form, and Meaning in RJ”; and others.

Brophy, R., ed. RJ: Dimensions of a Poet. New York: Fordham University Press, 1995 (95-96:4)–R. Brophy: “RJ: Poet of Carmel-Sur”; A. Vardamis: “In the Poet’s Lifetime”, R. Zaller, “RJ and the Uses of History”; T. Beers, “Telling the Past and Living the Present: ‘Thurso’s Landing’ and the Epic Tradition”; T. Hunt, “J’s `Roan Stallion’ and the Narrative of Nature”; D. Rothman, “‘Divinely Superfluous Beauty’: RJ’s Versecraft of the Sublime”; Panel: “RJ and the Female Archetype”; K. Glaser: “Desire, Death, and Domesticity in J’s Pastorals of Apocalypse”; A. Soldofsky, “Nature and the Symbolic Order: The Dialogue Between Czeslaw Milosz and RJ; Everson, “All Flesh Is Grass”; Review of J Scholarship”; “Works by RJ: A Chronological Listing.”

Thesing, W, ed. RJ and a Galaxy of Writers. University of South Carolina Press, 1995 (95-96:4, 7)—W. Thesing: “Foreword”; T Hunt: “Introduction”; N. Bowers: “J and Merwin: The World beyond Words”; T. Diggory: “The Momentum of Syntax in the Poems of RJ”; D. Morris: “Critical Orthodoxy and Inhumanist Poetics: The Question of Technique in J, Dickey, Mallarme, and Stevens”; G. Allen: “Passionate Detachment in the Lyrics of J and Yeats”; K. Norwood: “‘Enter and Possess’: J, Frost, and the Borders of Self”; C. Falck: “RJ: American Romantic?”; P. Murphy: “RJ, Gary Snyder, and the
Problem of Civilization”; G. Van Ness: “’The Lonely Self-Watchful Passion’: Narrative and the Poetic Role of RJ and James Dickey”; W Cox: “RJ and the Conflict of Christianity”; M. McCormack: “The Women of RJ and T S. Eliot: Mythical Parallels in ‘Give Your Heart to the Hawks’ and The Family Reunion”; A. Brasher: “‘Their Beauty Has More Meaning’: Transcendental Echoes in J’s Inhumanist Philosophy of Nature”; C. Bedient: “RJ, D. H. Lawrence, and the Erotic Sublime”; T Hunt, ed.: “J and the Modern(ist) Terrain: Competing and/or Complementary Poetics? A Panel Discussion with Charles Altieri, Terence Diggory, Albert Gelpi, and James E. Miller, Jr.”

(See also Exhibits, Manuscript Collections, Printers/Special Printings.)
1:2 San Francisco Public Library
6:2 Alabama
19:1 Gleeson Library Associates of the University of San Francisco (Brophy)
19:2 Translations
20:3 The Serif
23:3 Translations
26:4 Bartlett collection of Jeffersiana at California State Polytechnic College
26:6 RJ Collection, Barrett Library, University of Virgina
39:1 Lilienthal RJ Collection at Occidental College
40:2 Powell’s published writings (University of California at Los Angeles)
40:4 Cayucos Books archives
41:2 California State University Library, Long Beach
42:4 RJ Collection, University of Houston, and California State University Library, Long Beach
43:2 Southern Oregon State College Library
43:2 “A Selection of Works of Literature … for the ninetieth Annual Convention of the Modern Language Association” (Howell)
46:14 RJ prose
48:11 RJ poetical writings since 1934 (supplement to Alberts)
51:4 First Printings of American Authors: Contributions Toward Descriptive Checklists, Volume 3 (Gale Research)
53:5 The First Editions of RJ 53:5
67:3 Collecting Jeffers
69:2 “RJ: The Man, The Poet” photo exhibit at California State University Library, Long Beach

Collectors Corner/Booksellers
(See also Printers/Special Printings and Checklists)
Collectors Corner
26:7 (proposed); 31:1, 32:1, 35:2 (Mohr); 41:4 (Serendipity Books); 43:5 (Hayman); 44:3 (Magee); 44:6 (list of rare book dealers); 45:5; 47:4; 50:3; 55:2 (Argonaut Bookshop offering three Millay letters to RJ and UJ); 58:1 (Gotham Book Mart catalog featuring Alberts collection); 58:1 (more on Argonaut Bookshop Millay letters); 60:1; 83:1 (broadsides and keepsakes for sale); 89:2 (reader interest)

See antiquarian booksellers directories, especially for Northern and Southern California. Examples: Argonaut, Argosy, Bennett & Marshall, Dawson, Gotham, Howell, International Bkfinders (Mohr); Johnson, Joseph the Provider (Sipper); Win Pieper, Sand Dollar, Serendipity (Howard), Spencer Moore.

Colleges/Universities/High Schools
(A sampling; see also Checklists, Exhibits, Festivals, and Manuscript Collections.)
California State University, Hayward 53:4
California State University, Long Beach 39:2, 41:2
Free University, Salt Lake City 26:5
Hosei University (Tokyo) 20:1
Monterey Peninsula College 24:2, 25:2
North Texas State University 40:2
Occidental College 1:1, 11:1, 39:1, 58:2
Portland State College 20:1
San Francisco State College 16:1, 18:1
Southern Oregon College 20:1, 43:1
University of California at Berkeley 4:2
University of California, Santa Cruz 41:2
University of Kansas 41:2
University of San Francisco 25:1
University of Utah 39:1

Presentations in High Schools
39:1, 42:4, 43:3, 47:1, 69:4

3:2 E Drew, SUNY Buffalo
4:1 J. Hart, University of California, Berkeley
10:1 J. Brophy, Jr., elementary classes, Buffalo
10:1 E Drew, SUNY Buffalo
26:5 R. Campbell, University of Utah
26:5 E. Fitzpatrick, Free University, Utah
26:6 R. Brophy, California State University, Long Beach
39:2 R. Brophy, California State University, Long Beach
41:2 G. Rumrill, University of California, Santa Cruz
46:1 B. Nadel, Williams College
46:1 E.Vaughn, Bowling Green University
50:2 J.Baird, North Texas State University
52:3 E. Fitzpatrick-Grimm, Monterey Community College
53:4 University of California, Berkeley
53:4 E. Fitzpatrick-Grimm, Tor House Foundation
58:3 E. Fitzpatrick-Grimm, Monterey Peninsula College
86:3 R. Brophy, California State University, Long Beach
88:14 R. Brophy, California State University, Long Beach

39:2 Senior seminars in RJ at California State University, Long Beach
95-96:2 Asilomar conference for teachers

(See also Theses)
Adams, “The Poetry of RJ: A Reinterpretation and Re-evaluation,” University of Denver, 1967 24:5

Barachi, “The Sexual Imagery in RJ’s Narrative Poetry,” New York University, 1969 29:2

Becker, “The Moment of Vision in W B. Yeats, Wallace Stevens, T S. Eliot, and RJ, University of California, Berkeley, 1980 61:6

Beers, “Interpretive Schema and Literary Response,” University of Southern California, 1986, 71:8

Benton, “An Interpretative Analysis of RJ’s The Women at Point Sur,” University of Oklahoma, 1967 24:5

Blacker, “Primal Conflict and Modern American Long Narrative Poetry,” Case Western Reserve University, 1984 67:7

Breen, “Symbolic Action in the Oral Interpretation of RJ’s ‘Roan Stallion,”‘ Northwestern, 1950 24:6

Brophy, “Structure, Symbol, and Myth in Selected Narratives of RJ,” University of North Carolina, 1966 24:5

Cherry, “An Analysis of the Major Characters of Selected Long Poems by RJ as Reflections of the Author’s Philosophy and Poetic Theory,” University of South Carolina, 1973 39:4

Coffin, “Ideological Patterns in the Work of RJ,” University of Wisconsin, 1965 24:6 Dickson, “The Destructive Mother in Twentieth-Century American Drama,” SUNY Stonybrook, 1986 77:9

Dougherty, “The Annihilative Vision: Craftsmanship and Dramatic Action in the Narratives of RJ,” Miami University, 1970 28:3

Edwards, “‘Putting on the Greeks’: Euripidean Tragedy and the Twentieth Century American Theatre,” Universuity of Colorado, Boulder, 1987 77:10

Fairbanks, “The Impact of the Wild on H. D. Thoreau, Jack London, and RJ,” University of Otago, New Zealand, 1966 24:Z, 45:9

Francis, “‘Inhumanism’ in the Poetry of RJ and Wallace Stevens,” University of Madras, 1980 63:8

Gill, “RJ: The Greatest Beauty,” Pennsylvania State University, 1979 57:5

Glaser, “Journeys into the Border Country: The Making of Nature and Home in the Poetry of RJ and Mary Oliver,” University of California, Berkeley 85:1

Gundy, “1 and Me Above and in All Things: Versions of Self in Modern Poetry,” Indiana University, 1983 77:8

Hotchkiss, “The Sivaistic Vision: Art and Theme in RJ,” University of Oregon. 1974 40:5

Hrubesky, “RJ-An Inverted Whitman,” Kansas State University, 197131:4

Johnston, “Reinventing the Metaphors: Toward an Ecological Aesthetics in the Writings of RJ, Kenneth Rexroth, and Gary Snyder,” University of California, Davis, 1988 86:5

Karman, “Toward a New Bethlehem: RJ’s Prophetic Re-Vision of Life,” Syracuse University, 1976 45:5

Kiley, “RJ: The Short Poems,” University of Pittsburgh, 1957 24:6

Lucas, “The Religious Dimension of Twentieth-Century British and American Literature,” Northern Illinois University, 1980 77:6

McDowell, “Finding Tongues in Trees: Dialogical and Ecological Landscape in Henry David Thoreau, RJ, and Leslie Marmon Silko,” University of Oregon, 1992 90:4

Morris, “Literature and Environment: The Inhumanist Perspective,” University of Washington, 1984 71:9

Moscop, “‘The Thunder of the Wings’: The Sonnets of RJ, ” University of Mississippi, 1988 74:3

Murphy, “The Verse Novel: Dialogic Studies of a Modem Poetic Genre,” University of California, Davis, 1986 89:5

Nadel, “The Religious Vision of RJ: The Human Problem and the Transhuman Solution,” University of Chicago 46:5

Nickerson, “RJ, Poet of Apocalypse,” SUNY Albany, 1973 29:2, 30:11, 39:5

Nuwer, “The Influence of Henry Adams and RJ on Walter Van Tilburg Clark,” University of Nevada 39:3

Parker, “RJ: A Study of the Phenomena of Human Conscioousness,” Pennsylvania State University, 1970 31:3

Plott, “Feasting Gods: The Early Narrative Poems of RJ,” Harvard University, 1984 67:6

Powell, “An Introduction to RJ,” University of Dijon, 1932 24:5

Quigley, “The Ground of Resistance: Nature and Power in Emerson, Melville, Jeffers, and Snyder,” Indiana University of Pennsylvania, 1990 86:6

Redinger, “The Poetic Dramas of RJ,” University of South Carolina, 1971 28:3

Ridgeway, “The Letters of RJ: A Record of Four Friendships: Correspondence with George Sterling, Albert Bender, Benjamin De Casseres, Mark Van Doren,” Bowling Green State University, 1966 24:7

Rivers, “Astronomy and Physics in British and American Poetry, 1920-1960,” University of South Carolina, 1967 24:2, 45:9

Rothman, “The Whitmanian Poets and the Origin of Open Form,” New York University, 1992 86:7

Rudnick, “The Expurgated Self: A Critical Biography of Mabel Dodge Luhan,” Brown University, 1977 49:2

Scharton, “A Contextual Analysis of Prosody in Selected Narrative Poems of RJ,” Kansas State University, 1978 53:46

Scott, “RJ’s Poetic Use of Post-Copernican Science,” SUNY Buffalo, 1964 24:7

Sharon, “The Tension of the Mind: RJ’s Rhetoric of Violence,” University of California, Berkeley, 1988 74:3

Shebl, “In This Wild Water: The Biography of Some Unpublished Manuscripts by RJ, 1887-1962,” University of the Pacific, 1914 43:5

Shields, “The Divided Mind of RJ,” Duke University, 1972 37:3

Spiese, “RJ’s Aesthetic Theory and Practice,” University of New Mexico, 1966 24:7

Squires, “RJ and the Doctrine of Inhumanism,” Harvard University, 1952 24:8

Stephens, “The Narrative and Dramatic Poetry of RJ: A Critical Study,” University of Southern California, 1953 24:8

Turlish, “Story Patterns from Greek and Biblical Sources in the Poetry of RJ,” University of Michigan, 1971 32:2

Vardamis, “The Critical Reputation of RJ,” Columbia University, 1970 37:3

Weedin, “RJ: The Achievement of His Narrative Verse,” Comell University, 1967 24:8

Wolfe, “The Heart and Rage of RJ,” New York University 58:4

Wolfskill, “The ‘Modem Temper’: The Problem of Rationalism in the Works of Emest Hemingway, Archibald MacLeish, and RJ,” University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, 1980 61:4

Yozzo “In Illo Tempore, ab Origine: Violence and Reintegration in the Poems of RJ,”
University of Tulsa, 1985 71:10

(Names of authors of articles on RJ are in parentheses.)
25:2 Encyclopedia of World Literature in the Twentieth Century (Coffin)
48:2 Writers of the English Language (Carpenter)
50:2 Scribners “American Writers” series (Squires)
52:5 Encyclopedia Americana (1978, Waggoner)
52:5 Encyclopaedia Britannica-(1972, Squires)
61:2 Dictionary of Literary Biography (Scott)
61:2 Encyclopedia of Literature (Nickerson)
62:3 Fifty Western Writers: A Bio-Bibliographical Sourcebook (Brophy)
66:2 The Literary History of the West (Brophy)
66:2 Harper Handbook to Literature (Frye, Baker, and Perkins)
78:4 Critical Survey of Am Literature (Livingston)
82:3 A Guide to American Poetry Explication: Volume 2, Modern & Contemporary (Leo), 82:3

The Beginning and the End 2:1, 3:3, 16:2, 20:2
Centennial Essays for RJ 81:3
Rock and Hawk: A Selection of Shorter Poems by RJ (“Hungerfield” lines missing) 72:3
RJ (Western Writers Series) 43:3
RJ: Selected Poems 20:3
The Stone Mason of Tor House 35:4, 51:5

(Representative only; see also Checklists, Festivals, and Manuscript Collections.)
1: 1 Occidental College
1:2 San Francisco Public Library
1:2 Grolier Club
2:1 Steuben Glass
8:1 San Francisco Public Library
16:1 For RJ’s 80th birthday
17:1 Wellesley College Library
17:1 Bancroft Library, University of California
17:1 Occidental College Library
25:1 Gleeson Library Associates, University of San Francisco
26:4 Walter E Dexter Library, California State Polytechnic College
26:5 William Andrews Clark Memorial Library, University of California at Los Angeles
26:6 Barrett Library, University of Virginia
30:7 University of Manitoba
30:8 Salinas High School and John Steinbeck Library
34:1 University of California, Santa Barbara
34:1 University of California, Santa Cruz (Lilienthal)
39:1 Marriott Library, University of Utah
39:1 Mary Norton Clapp Library, Occidental College (Lilienthal)
41:2 California State University Library, Long Beach
42:4 University of Houston
42:5 Califomia State University Library, Long Beach
43:2 Southern Oregon State College
55:2 California State University, Long Beach (Ponsold)
59:2, 60:4 Art Museum and Galleries, California State University, Long Beach (Ponsold/Motherwell )
62:2 Tor House Foundation and Gleeson Library, University of San Francisco
63:3 California State Library
63:4 University of California, Berkeley
65:3 Occidental College Library (Wiener)
68:3 Occidental College
69:2 Library of Congress
69:2 California State University, Long Beach (Wiener)
91:1 Harrison Memorial Library, Cannel

(See Poems by RJ; see also Guide to American Poetry Explication, 82:3)
“Birth-Dues” 38:6
“The Bloody Sire” 36:2, 51:4
“Cawdor” 82:5
“Crumbs or the Loaf’ 31:8
“The Double Axe” 86:8
“Dear Judas” 51:7
“Fog” 16:2
“Give Your Heart to the Hawks” 31:2
“The Great Wound” 79:18, 95-96:29
“Hungerfield” 43:12 “Hurt Hawks” 88:18
“The Loving Shepherdess” 73:3
“Medea” 33:4, 60:23, 90:8
“Night” 37:6, 90:15
“Ossian’s Grave” 89:13
“Pearl Harbor” 76:15
“The Place for No Story” 97:26
“Return” 42:12
“Roan Stallion” 30:12, 34:11, 63:3
“Second-Best” 40:7
“Shakespeare’s Grave” 69:15
“Sign-Post” 39:10, 8913
“Shine, Perishing Republic” 21:2
“Shiva” 92:23
“Salmon-Fishing” 35:6
“Shine, Perishing Republic” 21:2
“Solstice” 54:7, 65:7
“Tamaw” 25:8, 31:3, 75:13
“To the Rock That Will Be a Cornerstone of the House” 74:5
“The Tower Beyond Tragedy” 58:5

Carmel, First Series
5:1, 6:1, 24:2 (lst, 1969)
25:2, 26:4 (2nd, 1970)
28:1, 30:1 (3rd, 1971)
31:1 (4th, 1972)
35:1 (5th, 1973)

Carmel, Second Series
54:1 (lst, 1979)
56:2 (2nd, 1980)
57:2, 59:3 (3rd, 1981)
61:1, 62:1 (4th, 1982)
63:2 (5th, 1983)
65:2 (6th,1984)
67:2 (7th, 1985)
68:1 (8th, 1986)
70:1, 71:1 (9th, 1987) 7
5:3 (l0th, 1988)
76:2 (11th, 1989)
77:2, 78:2 (12th, 1990)
79:2, 80:1 (13th, 1991)
84:1 (14th, 1992)
86:1,88:1 (15th, 1993)
90:2, 92:1 (16th, 1994)

To celebrate RJ, besides the October festivals, the Tor House Foundation has also annually held a May garden party and, more irregularly, a panegyric early in the year.

Southern Oregon State College (1975) 43:1
California State University, Long Beach (1979) 51:3, 52:2
Steinbeck Library, Salinas (1982) 581, 61:3
Occidental College (Centennial, 1986-87) 67:1, 68:2, 69:1
San Jose State University (1987) 70:1. 71:1
Henry Miller Library, Big Sur (1994) 92:1

(See also Television, Theater.)
“An American Poet” (University of Utah) 24:2, 30:1
“Cawdor” (Czech) 69:5, 75:3, 76:3
“‘The Creative Person: RJ” (same as “Give Your Heart to the Hawks” and “The Creative Person: RJ”) 16:1, 18:1, 25:2, 26:5, 30:1
“Don’t Pave Main Street” 86:2, 97:14
“From the Tower” 33:2
“Give Your Heart to the Hawks” (later titled “The Creative Person: RJ” and “RJ”; San Francisco College Poetry Center) 16:1, 18:1, 25:Z, 26:5, 30:1
“Hawk Tower and Tor House” 92:5
“Longtimers: Senior Artists of the Monterey Peninsula: Pan 1” 92:4
“The Loving Shepherdess” 56:6, 75:3
“Medea” (“Play of the Week,” 1959) 52:3
“Medea” (Kennedy Center) 77:4
“Medea” (public television interviews) 64:2
“Place for No Story” 38:1
“Point Lobos” 67:2
“Rhapsody and Requiem” 12:1, 13:1, 16:1
“Roan Stallion” 76:3
“Robinson Jeffers” (same as “Give Your Heart to the Hawks” and “The Creative Person: RJ”) 43:1
“Rock and Hawk: The Life of RJ” 76:3, 77:4
“Son of Sad Fall: The Poetry of RJ” 2:3, 30:7
“Tor House: Lines from RJ” 52:5, 58:3

RJN Indexes
46:14 “The Prose of RJ: An Annotated Checklist”
50:2 Index to English-Language Little Mags, 1890-1970
63:31 “An Index to the Poems of RJ”
64:16 “Index to First Lines of RJ’s Poems
73:2 Index to Jeffers Manuscripts at the University of Texas (in progress, Kafka)
73:Supplement “An Index to RJ’s Published Poems, Their First Appearances, and a Directory to Their Manuscripts”
86:25 “An Index to Articles Appearing in RJN Nos. 1-86”
87:23 “Index, RJN Nos. 1-85: Books Reviewed or Noted”
87:26 “Index, RJN Nos. 1-85: Biographical Materials”
87:28 “Index, RJN Nos. 1-85: Manuscript Collections”
87:29 “Index, RJN Nos. 1-85: Letter Series”
87:31 “Index, RJN Nos. 1-85: Memoirs”
87:32 “Index, RJN Nos. 1-85: Obituaries”
87:33 “Index, RJN Nos. 1-85: Dissertations”
87:35 “Index, RJN Nos. 1-85: Masters Theses”

41:5 The Proof Directory of Periodicals Publising Bibliographical and Textual Studies
41:5 Scholars Market 41:5
42:4 American Literary Scholarship: An Annual/l973 42:4
50:2 Serials Review
62:3, 67:4 The Literary Criticism Register


(See also “Literary Influences,” 67:9 and “Tor House Library,” 23:4; check Vardamis’s Critical Reputation of RJ, 34:3, Boswell’s RJ and the Critics, 70:3, and Thesing’s RJ and a Galaxy, 95:3 for books and articles; expect theme comparisons in various dissertations, e.g., Lucas, 77:6, Gundy, 77:8, Dickson, 77:9, Rothman, 86:6, and Edwards, 77:10.)

Abbey, E. 52:4, 74:4, (Morris) 92:2
Aeschylus. 40:6
Barker, E. 34:2
Bible. (Brophy) 24:5
Blake, W (Adkison) 92:2
Buddhism. 38:10
Bukowski, C. 90:6
Calvin, J. (Squires) 24:8
Campbell, J. 89:10
Canadians. 92:16
Clark, W. 25:5, 44:11
Copernicus, N. (Scott) 24:7
Crane, H. 89:5
Crane, S. (Griffith) 36:2
Dreiser, T (Thurston) 25:5
Edwards, J. 15:1
Einstein, A. 11:2
Eliot, T S. 38:4, 61:6, 88:18, 89:5
Ellis, H. 24:6
Emerson, R. 86:6
Euripides. (Brophy) 34:4, 40:5
Everson, W. 93-94
Faulkner, W. (McHaney) 27:3, 29:16
Freud, S. (Stephens) 24:8, (Shields) 37:3, (Brophy) 37:4
Goethe, J. W. 40:3
Greek mythology. 24:5, 40:9
Hardy, T. 38:2,40:9
Hawthorne, N. 40:7
Hebrew mythology. (Turlish) 32:2
Heidegger, M. 95:14, 97:26
Hemingway, E. (Wolfskill) 61:4
Hindu mythology. 92:23
Hopkins, G. M. (Hotchkiss) 40:5
Ireland. 22:1, 80:14
James, H. 40:7
Jung, G. (Everson) 22:1, (Stephens) 24:8
Kirwan, J. 39:6, 43:2
Landacre, P. 65:2
Krishnamurti, J. 67:8, 9, 89:7
Le Guin, U. 72:20
Leopold, A. 63:5
Levine, P. 91:5
London, J. (Fairbanks) 45:9
Lorca, F. 39:3
Lucretius. (Coffin) 24:6, (Squires) 24:8
Macleish, A. (Wolfskill) 61:4
Mann, T. 37:7
Marlowe, C. 40:6
Masters, E. L. 89:5
May, R. 25:2
Millay, E. St. V. 82:2
Miller, H. 97:21
Milosz, C. 82:2
Muir, J. (Sessions) 55:1
Nietzsche, E (Coffin) 24:6, (Hotchkiss) 40:5, (Irwin) 43:1
Oliver, M. (Glaser) 85:1
Olson, C. (Dorn) 92:3
O’Neill, E. (Lucas) 77:6, (Dickson) 77:9
Otto, R. (Everson) 69:3, 70:4
Petrie, F. 24:6
Poe, E. A. (Duboise) 25:6
Pound, E. 88:18
Rexroth, K. (Johnston) 86:5
Santayana, G. (Miller) 25:5, (Sessions) 55:1
Saroyan, W 50:2
Schopenhauer, A. (Coffin) 24:6, (Squires) 24:8
Shelley, P 38:2
Silko, L. M. (McDowell) 90:4
Snyder, G. 73:3, 78:28, (Johnston) 86:5, (Quigley) 6, 87:7
Socrates. 78:15
Spain. 91:5
Spenser, E. 75:11
Spengler, O. (Coffin) 24:6, (Squires) 24:8, (Hotchkiss) 40:5
Spinoza, B. (Sessions) 49:8, 50:2
Stevens, W. (Becker) 61:6, (Francis) 63:8, (Murphy) 89:5
Steinbeck, J. 83:4, 89:10
Sterling, G. 74:19
Teilhard de Chardin, P. 25:2
Thoreau, H. D. (Fairbanks) 45:9, (McDowell) 90:4, (Tangney) 92:2
Transcendentalists. (Hotchkiss) 40:5
Vico, G. (Coffin) 24:6
Welch, L. 78:28
Whitman, W (Hopkins) 25:6, (Hrubesky) 31:4, (Brophy) 31:6, (Rothman) 86:7 Wordsworth, W (Hunt) 89:2
Wright, J. 33:7
Yeats, W B. 61:6

(A sampling.)
Air California 523
American Literature Abstracts 24:2
Amer Literary Scholarship: An Annual/1973 42:4
American Poetry 70:5
The American Poetry Review 71:2
Antiquarian Bookman 47:4
Aurora 47:3
Bancroftiana 24:1
The Big Sur Gazette 53:4
Brushfire 41:5
The Canadian Review of American Studies 42:4
Carmel Cymbal (1437-42) 47:2
Carmel Pine Cone (1915-40) 47:2
Carmelite (1928-32) 47:2
Southern California Daily Trojan 53:47
Eco News 49:1
English Language Notes 46:3
La Fiera Litteraria 19:1
Fine Print: A Newsletter for the Arts of the Book 43:3
Harper’s 44:2
Historic Preservation 49:1
Hoja Volante 6:2
Impromptu 2:3
Inquiry 49:8
ISLE: Interdisciplinary Studies in Literature and Environment 92:5
Journal of the American Academy of Religion 46:3
Leviathan 49:5
The Library Chronicle of the University of Texas at Austin 71:2
Literary Criticism Register 81:3
Los Angeles Times 4:2, 7:1
Metro (San Francisco) 58:4
The Milwaukee Journal 7:1
Monterey Peninsula Herald 30:7
Mosaic (Winnipeg) 61:2
New York Times Book Review 2:1
Not Man Apart (Friends of the Earth) 45:2
Occidental 70:5
Occidental College Alumus 2:3
Official Bulletin of The Poetry Society of America 24:1
Orpheus 20:1
Quarry West 78:14, 92:5
Quarterly Newsletter of the Book Club of California 2:1, 22:1, 71:2
Ramparts 2:3
The Rocky Mountain Review of Language and Literature 42:3
Saturday Evening Post 43:3
Segnacola 2:2
The Serif (Kent State University Library) 20:3
Sierra Club Bulletin 49:4
Sipario 19:1
Tematy 11:1
The West Coast Review 42:4
Westways 24:1

(Selected and representative; see also Articles Noted and Chapters of Books Noted.)
Adkison,S. “William Blake and RJ: Poets of Apocalypse” 92:2
Bednar, K. In Brataslava 14:3
Baird, J. “RJ and the Deep Ecologists” 92:2
Bly, R. On RJ and World War 11 90:2
Brophy,R. “J and the Student of the ’70s” 26:3; “The Primitive Religious Character of J’s Poetry” 26:3; “The Mysticism of RJ” 27:2; “RJ: Prophet of the Final Frontier” 40:2; “RJ: Metaphysician of the West” 43:2; “RJ: A Poet for High School” 45:2; “RJ’s Lifelong Confrontation with Death” 46:2; “Everson & the Religious Dimension in RJ” 80:2; “City as Dystopia: The Apocalyptic Vision of RJ” 89:2; “Sex, Patriarchy, and the Arrogance of Power 89:2; “Human Habitation/Desecration and the Building of Tor House” 92:2
Dickson, N. “Personification Allegory in RJ’s ‘Tamar”‘ 48:3
Dorn, E. “RJ, Charles Olson: The Rise and Fall of Nature in California” 92:3
Everson, W. “A Poet Reads and Reflects on J’s Themes” 30:1
Flower, M. “Seeking an Eco-centric Ethic Beyond Human Wants: Shadows and Labyrinths” 43:2
Gioia, D. “Revival of the Narrative Poem” 77:2
Hotchkiss, W. “Formulation of the Inhumanistic Ethic” 43:2
Hunt, T. “‘Wordsworthian Auspices’: J and the Reinvention of the Narrative Poem” 89:2; “The Redemptive Daughter, The Avenging Son: J and the Fall of History” 92:3
Hunt, T., and A. Gelpi. “The Lost Years, RJ, 1917-1926” 92:2
Kafka, R. “Some Unpublished J Poems with Early Biographical References” 92:2
Karman, J. “Contra Culture: RJ’s Critique of Modem Life” 42:4
Kingman, D. On composing “Five Earthscapes with Birds” 31:1
Kirwan, J. “The journey” 43:2
Krutch, J. At Occidental College on the 50th anniversary of RJ’s graduation (1955) 29:6
Kurrik, M. “RJ’s Negations: The Dialectics of’Not’ in ‘The Bloody Sire”‘ 51:4
Lilienthal, M. “The Relevance of RJ” 18:1
Morris, D. “RJ’s Influence on Edward Abbey” 921
Murphy, P. “An Evolutionary Error? R], Gary Snyder, and People’s Place in the Gaia Hypothesis” 84:2
Nolte, W. “Hitler, the All Too Human Savior” 43:2; “The Relevance of J” 62:2
Norman, J. “Local Legend: RJ: Poet and Historian” 90:2
Powell, L. C. 1:2; “The Three Ls” 7:1; “The Lure of California” 8:1; Third Annual RJ Festival 59:1
Ritchie, W. “The Poet and the Printers: Some Experiences of the Poet RJ” 55:2
Rorty, J. At Poetry Society of America meeting 24:1
Santos, S. “On the Memory of Stone–A Tor House Legacy” 92:1
Scott, R. “J’s Cosmology: The World as One God” 43:2
Shoben, E. “Nature and Human Nature in RJ: The Question of Validity” 92:2
Snyder, G. Comments on the function of the poet today 70:2
Tangney, S. “RJ as Postapocalyptic Thoreau: A New Way of Seeing Inhumanism” 92:2
Tor House Foundation Seminar (G. White, J. Karman, J. Dotson, D. Hughes, and K. Yost). “Five Afternoons with RJ” 63:2
Van Doren, M. At American Academy of Arts and Letters meeting 5:2; At Poetry Society of America meeting 24:1
Vardamis, A. “J’s Critical Reputation with the Environmentalists” 92:2
Vaughn, E. “The Theater of RJ” 53:3
Witschi, N. “Helen Thurso ‘s’Image-Making Mind’: Consciousness & Gender in
‘Thurso’s Landing” 92:2
Zaller, R. “RJ and the Female Archetype” (Panel) 84:2

From RJ
Aperitif. Many Helens; not a pessimist 80:13
Alberts: Book inscriptions 59:3
Betts: 1931-32 57:26
Burnett and Slatkin (editors of American Authors Today, 1947): On “Hurt Hawks” and “Promise of Peace” 84:5
Commins: 1948 72:17, 18
Hammack: 1914-17 47:10-12 Klein: 1930 and 1935 67:11 1
Lampson: 1934-35 78:41
Lyman: 1934 34:25
Masters: Correspondence with RJ being edited 52:5
Millay: 1929-37 59:17
Munson: 1934 29:11
Willis: 1951 73:17

From RJ, mentioned in sellers’ catalogs
Clapp: Two letters 50:3
Roberts: On “The Women at Point Sur,” 1937 63:29
O’Sullivan: On the death of Molly 63:29
Anonymous author and anti-bomb activist: Too late to renounce A-bomb, though a wicked thing, March 22, 1946 63:29

From Una Jeffers
Anderson: 1941-50 65:8
Bird: 1932-42 76:19
Barkan: 1930-49 44:7, 45:10, 46:8, 47:12
Bender: 1927-29 60:5
Carpenter: 1943-45 69:19
Gilbert: 1937-17 73:5
Klein: 1930, 1935: 67:11
Luhan: 1930-48 77:25, 8012, 83:12, 84:17, 85:26, 86:15, 87:9, 88:29, 89:28, 90:23
Matthias: 1927-50 49:12, 50:12, 51:23, 53:31, 55:3
Meickle: 1942 74:17
O’Sullivan: ca. 1935-38 63:18
Pinkham: 1912-46 56:7, 57:6, 58:18, 59:6

From Una Jeffers, mentioned in sellers’ catalogs
Caldwell: Did he take the “turret key”; future designs for tower and house 50:3
Forster: On Cornwall and Land’s End 56:3
Pinkham: About RJ’s desk at Tor House and “Tamar” manuscript 74:2

Manuscript Collections (See also sequential list, 87:28.)

Preliminary survey 4:3
Proposal for series 33:11
Small and minor holdings 56:47
American Literary Manuscripts (Modem Language Association) 51:55
Alabama, University of 33:13, 46:42
Brooklyn Public Library 37:11
California: California State University, Long Beach 39:21; University of California, Berkeley (Bancroft Library) 34:7; University of California, Santa Barbara (Corle Collection and Judith Anderson Papers) 54:29; James S. Copley Library (La Jolla) 84:23; Mills College (Albert Bender Collection) 47:29; Occidental College 44:21, 62:35; San Francisco, University of (Gleeson Library) 43:18, 64:7; Stanford University 42:15, 47:28; Tor House Foundation 54:29, 56:45, 65:31
Columbia University 58:32
Library of Congress 40:17
Maryland, University of 58:35
New York Public Library (Berg Collection) 48:24
North Carolina, University of 38:17
Texas, University of (Austin) 30:9, 45:13, 60:22
Virginia, University of (Barrett Library) 26:6
Yale University (Beinecke Library) 35:7, 36:11, 41:6

Maps in RJN
30:14 Jeffers Country (Brophy)
53:24 Tor House and Hawk Tower property
53:25 Ocean View-Scenic Road-Stewart Way city block
56:24 Lake Washington abode, 1913
61:41 “Jeffers Country: A Literary Map” (Fitzgerald and Beach); described 54:1, 58:3
86:24 proposed Tor House expansion (UJ)
98-99:Cover: “A Map of the Carmel Coast” (Powell and Ritchie); 98-99:7-8 Big Sur Coast (UJ); 98-99:35 “Jeffers Country” (Brophy); 98-99:Insert “Jeffers Country” (Hughey)

82:2 California maps (U.S. Geological Survey)
92:6 “Coastal California” (National Geographic)

Memoirs (See also sequential list, 87:26; Letters; and Biographical Materials.)

Barkan, Phoebe. “The J Family as I Knew Them” 53:26
Brinnin, Malcolm. “An Awkward Meeting” 66:4
Chaplin, Charlie. “Chaplin on Jeffers” 37:2
Dickie, Jean. “RJ: A Remembrance” 79:14
Eaton, David. “Observations on Meeting RJ” 69:5
Eberhardt, Richard. Memoir 27:5; “A Tribute and Appreciation” 27:6
Everson, William. “Everson on Jeffers” 97:19
Field, Sara Bard. Memoir pages on RJ 33:13
Gilpin, Phoebe. “RJ as I Knew Him” (a note) 82:1
Hinkley, Violet. “UJ: A Sister’s Memoir” 82:9
Hughes, Langston. “On Jeffers” 55:28
Jeffers, Garth. “Vignettes of My Father” 76:6
Jordan-Smith, Paul. “A Reminiscence” 66:3
Kannan, James. A Note on William Hamilton Jeffers” 42:9
Klein, Herbert. “The Nameless Greatest American Poet” 66:5
Klein, Mina. “J Observed” 61:7
Lehman, Benjamin. “Recollections and Reminiscences” 63:12
Luhan, Mabel. “Una and Robin” 81:7
Lyman, W. W. “RJ” 34:19
Lyon, Horace. “J as a Subject for Horace Lyon’s Camera” 18:2; “The Little People of the Santa Lucias” 48:7; “J as Subject for the Camera” 88:9
Marshall, Barth. “The J Family: A Reminiscence” 69:17
Matthias, Blanche. “R] and Krishnamurti” 67:8
Moody, Mrs William Vaughn. Letter to Theodore Maynard 41:5
Powell, Lawrence Clark. “Dijon, 1930-32 62:10; “Two Diary Vignettes on J” 65:7
Ritchie, Ward. “Theodore Lilienthal, RJ and the Quercus Press” 34:15; “J:Some Recollections of RJ” 52:16
Rorty, James. Memoir 27:4
Van Doren, Mark. Memoir 27:3
Williams, Jean. “In The Poet’s Path” 79:16
Willis, Stanley. “A Memoir” 53:30

Age study of artists 48:2
American Literature on Demand Reprints 48:3, 50:3
Asteroid named after Hamilton J 45:1
Astrological note 36:7
Beach Boys Holland: RJ lyric 38:1
Bednar, K. Our Garden: Our Friend 91:3
Big Sur Coast National Scenic Area 56:2
Bohemian Club (San Francisco) 53:4
Book of Gaelic Airs (Ritchie) 75:2, 77:2
Brown, Governor Jerry: RJ “one of the few authors important to him” 45:2
Bus tours of Big Sur 52:4, 53:4, 56:2, 58:2
Caricature of RJ, David Levine style 82:Cover
Cassette Studies/Curriculum 49:8, 62:3
“Coast-Road” (Highway 1) washout 63:1
Concordance (Miles) 64:3
Death and Dying Workshop Series (California State University, Long Beach) 46:2
Directories: A Directory of Periodicals Publishing Bibliographical and Textual Work 45:3; Serials Review 50:2; Index To English-Language Little Magazines, 1890-1970 50:2
Earthday X Colloquium at University of Denver: Jeffers theme 56:3
Essay competition for undergraduates at California colleges and universities 69:4 Fieldtrip 88:14
Films: The Eiger Sanction 40:2; Place For No Story 38:1; Zandy’s Bride 40:2
Humor by RJ 12:5, 69:5, 72:7, 82:1
Illustrations by RJ 77:2
Iris, a long narrative poem in the style of RJ (Jarman) 84:1
Jeffers, U. M.A. Thesis, May 1910, University of Southern California: “The Enduring Element of Mysticism in Man” 50:4
“Kennedy Center Tonight: Medea” (1983) 63:2
Legends in Carmel 92:6, 7
Library at Tor House 23:4, 53:2
Melodeon: A Book of Gaelic Airs 75:2, 77:2
Menu: “RJ’s Lamb Chops” 79:2
Microfilms of Carmel periodicals from Bell and Howell 47:2
Monopoly game based on RJ topography and story-telling 86:3
Monterey/Carmel/Sur in books 43:4
Monterey Conference Center RJ Plaza 50:2
Mural (WPA project) with RJ, San Francisco Beach 56:6
Narratives by RJ (unfinished) at University of Texas 45:14 Opera libretto by RJ 73:4
Oral history: Sara Bard Field 33:13
Our Garden: Our Friend (Bednar) 91:3
Pico Blanco Mountain almost leased as lime quarry 72:2
Plaques on live oak trees in Saratoga, California, honoring RJ and Robert Frost 53:3
Poets Respond to RJ: The Wings Still 62:2
Powell, L. C.: checklist of his published writings 40:2
Recipes: Sincerely Yours 74:10
Schlesinger reads “Shine, Republic” to NATO Nuclear Planning Group 42:1
“Shingle Shaking” fund raising parties for Tor House 56:2
Stationery: Lansdowne 53:5
Ties and cosmetic bags with Tor House design (Talbott) 53:2
Tor House Docents: Slides (Miles) 71:3; Tea at Tor House 86:2; Brochure 52:4
Tor House Inscriptions 75:2
Tor House sign: “Not at Home” 21:1
Tour of “Jeffers Country” 30:1
Tours of Eire 83:3, 86:1
Work in progress: 3:2 Rorty book; 8:1 RJ/Sterling correspondence (Hart); 41:6 RJ’s style (Scharton); 46:3, 47:4 “Point Alma Venus” (Kafka); 56:5 The Drama and Theater of RJ (Vaughn); 56:5 Bibliography of RJ’s works (Be ilke); 56:5 The Excesses of God (Everson); 56:5 “Medea” (Whitehead); 58:4 “The Heart and Rage of RJ” (Wolfe); 73:2 Index to University of Texas RJ manuscripts (Kafka); 81:2 RJ and Mary Oliver (Glaser); 82:3 “Reactionary Humanism: the New Critics’ Response to the Poetry of RJ” (Mitchell)
Yolla Bolly Press 64:4, 66:2, 67:4
Zeitlin Lecture Series (California State University, Long Beach) 53:4