The following are highlights from materials recently acquired by the Ransom Center.
- The archive of novelist Don DeLillo, featuring a comprehensive collection of correspondence, articles and stories, as well as the notes, handwritten drafts, typescripts, and research material for his novels and plays, including Americana, Libra, White Noise, Underworld, and Valparaiso.
- The archive of acting teacher Stella Adler, including correspondence, manuscript and typescript material, published works, print material, files from the Stella Adler Conservatory of Acting, teaching notebooks, material from the Moscow Arts Theatre and the Yiddish Theatre, and photographs.
- The archive of Major Ferdinand Forzinetti, commandant of Cherche-Midi military prison at the time of Captain Alfred Dreyfus's incarceration for espionage. The collection includes documents, correspondence, photographs, and other materials related to the Dreyfus Affair, with the original publication of émile Zola's "J'Accuse…!" in L'Aurore.
- The archive of British writer Iain Sinclair, including manuscripts of his major works, proofs, personal and literary correspondence, short stories, poetry, essays, lectures, film material, and more.
- 42 typed and one handwritten letter from Graham Greene to literary journalist Christopher Hawtree, an infamous threatening letter from Greene biographer Anthony Mockler to Hawtree, and an unpublished draft article by Hawtree describing the background of his correspondence and relationship with Greene.
- Additional materials for the archives of Graham Greene, Evelyn Waugh, Leon Uris, John Fowles, Sybille Bedford, and London Review of Books.