Subseries 2.4c
Introductions and forewords, 1962-1997
Box 112: folder 4 - Box 113: folder 10; OP8

Scope and Content Note

The subseries consists of manuscript and typescript drafts of introductions and forewords written by Ted Hughes from 1962-1997. Because of Hughes' propensity to reuse paper, cross-references are used to note locations of related materials in other parts of the collection.

Arrangement Note

Arranged in alphabetical order.

Box Folder Content
112 4 An Anthology of Poetry for Shakespeare, edited by Charles Osborne, 1988, MS and annotated TS
112 5 Ballad of King Henry VIII and Sir Thomas Wyatt by Priscilla Napier, 1994, MS
112 6 By Heart: 101 Poems to Remember, "Memorising Poems," 1997, MS
112 7 Children as Writers 2, 1975; republished in Winter Pollen as "Concealed Energies," MS and TS
112 8 A Choice of Coleridge's Verse, 1996, preface, MS and TS [with sketch of snake-like animal in black ink]
112 9 A Choice of Coleridge's Verse, 1996, corrected proofs (1)
112 10 A Choice of Coleridge's Verse, 1996, corrected proofs (2)
112 11 A Choice of Emily Dickinson's Verse, 1968, MS and TS drafts and associated correspondence
112 12 A Choice of Emily Dickinson's Verse, 1968, proof w/o corrections
- - A Choice of Shakespeare's Verse, 1971, 1991 [See Subseries 2.4b: A Choice of Shakespeare's Verse] A Choice of Shakespeare's Verse]
- - The Essential Shakespeare, 1991[See Subseries 2.4b: A Choice of Shakespeare's Verse] A Choice of Shakespeare's Verse]
112 13 First and Always: Poems for Great Ormond St Hospital, 1988, TS draft
112 14 Five American Poets [with Thom Gunn], 1963 [B19]
112 15 Here Today, 1963, Galley proof with corrections by TH (Missing Introduction by Ted Hughes)
112 16 Johnny Panic and the Bible of Dreams, 1977, MS drafts
112 17 The Journals of Sylvia Plath, 1982, MS and TS drafts
112 18 Leonard Baskin, 1962, TS [entitled "Engravings of Leonard Baskin"] [See also Subseries 1.5: Undated correspondence-Alphabetical, Unknown [re: David Pease] and Unknown [re Dr. G.H. Davis' article...]]
112 19 Modern Poetry in Translation, ed. Daniel Weissbort, 1983, annotated TS
OP8 6 Modern Poetry in Translation, ed. Daniel Weissbort, 1983, Galley proof
112 20 On Common Ground: A Programme for Teaching Poetry, by Jill Pirrie, 1987, MS and TS drafts
- - The Poetry of Keith Douglas, Introduction [See Subseries 1.5: Undated correspondence -Alphabetical, [?], Gordon] and Subseries 2.4d, "According to Elsa" and Subseries 3.4: Essays, Reviews, and Talks, "According to Elsa"
112 21 The Reef and Other Poems by Keith Sagar, 1980, MS and TS
113 1 Sacred Earth Dramas, edited by the Sacred Earth Drama Trust, 1993, MS
113 2 Selected Poems, by Keith Douglas, 1964 [B23], MS, TS and galley proof. Same essay as "The Poetry of Keith Douglas," Critical Inquiry, Spring 1963. Critical Inquiry, Spring 1963.
113 3 Shaun Hill's Gidleigh Park Cookery Book, 1990, MS and TS
113 4 Vasko Popa, Selected Poems, 1969, MS drafts
- - The War of the Worlds by H.G Wells, Sunday Times, June 1962 [See Subseries 2.6: Earth Owl and Other Moon People, "Cactus-Sickness"] Sunday Times, June 1962 [See Subseries 2.6: Earth Owl and Other Moon People, "Cactus-Sickness"]
113 5 The Way to Write, by John Fairfax and John Moat, 1981, MS and TS
113 6 What Rhymes with 'Secret'?, by Sandy Brownjohn, 1982, MS and TS fragment
113 7 Where I Used to Play on the Green, by Glyn Hughes, 1984, annotated photocopy
- - The Wind in the Willows by Kenneth Grahame, Sunday Times, April 1962 [See Subseries 2.3: "Moon-Weathers," and Subseries 2.6: Earth Owl and Other Moon People, "The Armies of the Moon" and "Tree Disease"] Earth Owl and Other Moon People, "The Armies of the Moon" and "Tree Disease"]
113 8 Winning Words, 1991, galley proof of entire volume
- - With Fairest Flowers while Summer Lasts, 1971 [See Subseries 2.4b: Shakespeare and the Goddess of Complete Being] Shakespeare and the Goddess of Complete Being]
113 9 Unidentified [on poetry written by young people to commemorate the International Year of Peace [1986]]
113 10 Unidentified [on a volume of poems edited and judged by Ted Hughes], n.d.
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