Brave Words for a Startling Occasion
|Title:||Brave Words for a Startling Occasion|
|Call Number:||MS 74-24|
|Size:||0.25 linear feet|
|Processed by:||DAO, 8-21-1974; SMC, 3-6-1998; MN, 1-2009|
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Brave Words for a Startling Occasion is an autographed manuscript of a speech delivered by Ralph Ellison when he won the National Book Award in 1953 for his work entitled The Invisible Man. Surprise and gratitude at the receipt of this award is reflected in this speech since The Invisible Man was Ellison's first published major novel.
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|Box 1||FF 1||Contains Brave Words for a Startling Occasion, an autographed manuscript of a speech delivered by Ralph Ellison when he won the National Book Award for his work entitled The Invisible Man, 1953.|