Drawings of Robert Duncan
O'Neill Reading Room Walls, KSL 2nd Floor
Currently on display through August 2023
Robert Duncan (1919-1988) was one of the most influential post-WWII American poets and public intellectuals, one of the first literary figures to openly acknowledge his sexuality, and is believed to be one of the first prominent public figures to "come out." View selected images from Duncan's A Selection of 65 Drawings from One Drawing Book 1952-1956 that can be found in the library's Special Collections.
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