Stanley Albert Wolpert was a professor of history at UCLA, and served as the department chair (1968- ). The collection consists
of an early typescript with holograph corrections, galley proofs and a revised typescript with extensive holograph and editorial
corrections of Wolpert's novel
Nine hours to Rama.
Stanley Albert Wolpert was born on December 23, 1927 in Brooklyn, New York; BA, City College of New York, 1953; AM (1955)
and Ph.D (1959), University of Pennsylvania; instructor (1959-60), assistant professor (1960-63), associate professor (1963-66),
and in 1967 professor of history, UCLA; also served, beginning in 1968, as department chair; won Distinguished Teaching Award,
UCLA, 1975; published books include Aboard the flying swan (1954), Tilak and Gokhale: revolution and reform in the making of modern India (1962), Nine hours to Rama (1962), India (1965), Morley and India, 1906-1910 (1967), The expedition (1968), An error of judgment (1970), A new history of India (1976), Roots of confrontation in South Asia: Afghanistan, Pakistan, India, and the Superpowers (1982), Jinnah of Pakistan: a life (1984), and Nehru: a tryst with destiny (1996).
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