Lord of the Dawn: the Legend of Quetzalcóatl (1987)

Lord of the Dawn, Edited Typescript.

This is an edited draft of Lord of the Dawn, probably from early 1885, with Anaya’s handwritten edits in black ink.

Lord of the Dawn, Glossary and Pronunciation Guide.

This is a heavily edited draft of the terminology glossary and Nahuatl pronunciation guide that were added to the manuscript of Lord of the Dawn before the book was published in 1987. This draft was sent to Anaya with a note here from Claire Sanderson, the editor at UNM Press, requesting his final revisions.  

Lord of the Dawn, Edited Typescript, Photocopy.

A photocopy of a later draft of Lord of the Dawn, with handwritten edits and proofreading corrections.

Lord of the Dawn, Revised Version.

This is a clean, unmarked typed draft of Lord of the Dawn, after some major revisions were made and the manuscript was getting close to being published.

Lord of the Dawn, Second Version, with Comments from Editor.

This is a significantly revised version of Lord of the Dawn. The first pages of the typed draft contain some edits from Claire Sanderson at UNM Press, but the rest of the manuscript is clean and unmarked.

Lord of the Dawn, Edited Typescript.

This is a mid-way draft of Lord of the Dawn, which contains handwritten editorial comments as well as Anaya’s own edits and notes concerning the style and structure of the manuscript.

Lord of the Dawn, Edited Typescript, May 1985.

This draft of Lord of the Dawn is lightly edited, mostly with proofreading corrections.

Lord of the Dawn, Edited Typescript, "Ready to Print."

A heavily marked draft, containing structural and stylistic edits, as well as proofreading corrections both in pencil and black ink.

Lord of the Dawn, Revised Typescript, Johnson's Comments Incorporated.

A revised draft of Lord of the Dawn that Anaya typed after applying David Johnson’s comments and suggestions. The manuscript is clean, with no edits or corrections.

Lord of the Dawn, Typescript, with Note and Comments from David Johnson.

This typed draft of Lord of the Dawn contains handwritten edits from David Johnson, both in pencil and red ink. The manuscript is accompanied by a letter from Johnson, commenting on the story and its development.

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