Daniel Curley Papers: Audio Recordings (Digital Surrogates) | University of Illinois Archives
Digital Surrogates from the Daniel Curley Papers include a digitized audio recording of the talk "Skeleton for the library" by Daniel Curley, concerning his memories and experiences related with his career as a writer. The talk is presented in a narrative way, and involves stories about his childhood, his family, the library he used to visit as a child, some references to stories he has written and reflections about the process of writing, and the role played by memory, fantasy and perceptions in it. The talk has a length of 51:17 minutes and is divided in two audio files.
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