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After making a name for himself with the Chronicles of Prydain, Alexander published popular children's literature continuously for the next forty years.
He is well-known for his Westmark fantasy trilogy and the Vesper Holly adventures, about a young heroine best described as a cross between Indiana Jones and Nancy Drew.
He continued to read voraciously although he hated school. Permission for reprinting, reproduction, or extensive quotation from his works must be obtained through written application to the Free Library of Philadelphia, stating the use to be made of the material.
After graduating high school, Alexander attended West Chester State Teachers College, but did not complete his degree. The reader bears the responsibility for any possible infringement of copyright laws in the publication of materials not created by Alexander.
But for Alexander personally, a far more important introduction was to take place in Paris: he met his wife Janine Denni, and her daughter Madeleine (Mado). "The House Gobbaleen" was later published as a picture book illustrated by Diane Goode (New York: Dutton, 1995). The first part was titled "Miklan Tells a Tale: The Pearls and the Pie" (a working title was "Miklan Tells a Tale: The Princess, the Pearls, the Eagle, and the Baker"); the second part was titled "The Pearls and the Pie: Miklan Ends a Tale." Alexander envisioned a book of short stories written around the character of Miklan but it never came to fruition.
Alexander’s own correspondence files on his books (the letters he received and, sometimes, copies of the letters he sent) are kept with other materials relating to those titles. Within each subseries, materials are arranged in probable order of creation.
In most cases, Alexander’s correspondence files are further divided by stage, such as editing and production, publicity and promotion, or the published book itself (consisting of thank-you letters Alexander received from the friends and associates to whom he sent complimentary copies of his books). Series II (Writings for children) is arranged alphabetically by title, with additional subseries for “The Prydain Chronicles,” “The Vesper Holly Adventures,” and “The Westmark Trilogy.” The subseries are: i.
Lloyd Alexander’s final book, This collection contains the literary papers of author Lloyd Alexander, dating from 1941-1995.
Drafts, proofs, and planning notes for Alexander's writings, together with correspondence relating to his books, make up the bulk of the collection; other types of materials present include drawings, newspaper clippings, and advertisements.
Brandt & Brandt's correspondence file is arranged chronologically, and kept in the “Personal papers” series.