Series 4
Writings by others
Boxes 150-154; OP10

Scope and Content Note

The subseries consists of manuscript or typescript writing that were sent to Ted Hughes by other authors. These include general writings, as well as works relating to Ted Hughes. Authors include Seamus Heaney, Moelwyn Merchant, Peter Redgrove, and Leonard Scigaj.

Arrangement Note

Arranged in alphabetical order.

Box Folder Content
150 1 Ackroyd, Graham, Woman of the Birds, PoemsPoems
150 2 Anonymous, "Anonymouse"
150 3 Aridjis, Chloe, "A Spring Morning"
150 4 Arvidson, Ted, In A Sacred Manner: Seeing the Child as Shaman
150 5 Brown, Jack, Christian Verse
150 6 Brown, Wayne, "Facing the Sea"
150 7 Cabri, Louis, "Mildred"
150 8 The Cambridge Poetry Magazine, 1983 (various authors)
150 9 Causley, Charles (?), "Inducted into the Tory Party"
150 10 Centaur, November 1983
150 11 Chant, Sachems, "Which Boy"
150 12 Chinese Poetry (various authors)
150 13 "Chrysalis" (various authors)
150 14 Clark, Leonard, An Intimate Landscape
150 15 Cohen, Gideon, Survivors
150 16 David, Peter, "On a Glass Engraving"
150 17 Doussard, Valérie, "Static and Dynamic Elements in Ted Hughes's River: A Moving Poetry"
150 18 Elis, G. L., "Letters from Hungary"
150 19 Emscote Lawn, Twenty Years of Emscote Poetry, 1971-1991
150 19a Faas, Ekbert, "An Interview with Robert Bly," Boundary 2, Spring 1976
150 20 Fairweather, Clive, ed., A Decade of Poets, (Waterside School, Bishop's Stortford)
150 21 Fawcett, C. B., "The Sacrifice"
150 22 Few, S., "How Adolphus Smalls Boniface Achieved His Greats"
OP10 6 Fox, Malcolm, "The Iron Man: Opera in Two Acts," Piano rehersal score [includes letter from Malcolm Fox to TH, 31 July 1985]
OP10 7 Fox, Malcolm, "The Iron Man: Opera in Two Acts," Piano rehersal score [includes letter from Malcolm Fox to TH, 16 January 1986]
150 23 Furstenberg, Rochelle, "Poet Revolutionary" (article about Yehuda Amichai), The Jerusalem Report, 1 December 1994
150 24 Gaia Servadio
150 25 Gilbertsau, Richard, "Half Way Through 'A Distant Mirror'"
150 26 Gilead, Zerubavel, Pomegranate Tree in Jerusalem, trans. by Dorothea. Krook
150 27 Hamburger, Michael, "At the Assumption of John Clare"
150 28 Hao, Fu, "40 Poems"
150 29 Hart, Henry
150 30 Hawes, William
150 31 Hayward, Marita, Steel-Oiled Engines
150 32 Heaney, Seamus, "Grutus and Coventina," "Terminus," "Hailstones," "The Milk Factory," and "The Mud Vision," TS poems from The Haw Lantern
150 33 Idström, Annika, My Father, My Love
150 34 Jacobs, A. C., Collected Poems & Selected Translations
151 1 Jacobs, Fred Rue, "Hughes and Drama" (two copies)
151 2 Jeeves, Howard
151 3 Johnson, Denis, The Incognito Lounge
151 4 Johnson, Douglas S., "Willows"
151 5 Lowenstein, Tom
151 6 McGue, Lillian, "Farewell, Mehitabel"
- - Macedo, Helder, "Portuguese Poetry of the Twentieth Century: Mário de Sá-Carneiro and fernando Pessoa" [See Subseries 2.5: The Candidate, MS]
151 7 Malins, Victoria, Looking Through the Sky
151 8 Malvern, Creative Writing (various authors)
151 9 Marks, Rupert, A Poem for Each Occasion
151 10 Maxwell, Glyn, Wolfpit: the Tale of the Green Children of Suffolk
151 11 Merchant, Moelwyn, An Utopia
151 12 Merchant, Moelwyn, At Llanddewibrefi
151 13 Merchant, Moelwyn, The Boy Hasid and Other Tales
151 14 Merchant, Moelwyn, Candles
151 15 Merchant, Moelwyn, Conflict Observed
151 16 Merchant, Moelwyn, Ford Crossing [2 copies]
151 17 Merchant, Moelwyn, The Ikon
151 18 Merchant, Moelwyn, Indian Days
151 19 Merchant, Moelwyn, The Passion According to St. Mark
151 20 Merchant, Moelwyn, Perfection of Failure
151 21 Merchant, Moelwyn, Reverberations
151 22 Merchant, Moelwyn, Words from Dewi
151 23 Merchant, Moelwyn, Ywain's Country [2 copies]
151 24 Mindlin, Murray, Reflections of Gudea
151 25 Minton, A. D., Art Therapy
151 26 Mokonyane, Dan, Lessons of Azikhwelwa
151 27 Montague, John, "The Last Monster"
151 28 Moon, Edward, "Requiem, 1984"
151 29 Morton, Lucy, "Christmas"
151 30 Murphy, Richard, The Mirror Wall, 1988
151 31 Newton, J.H., "Shakespearean tragedy" (lecture)
151 32 Newton, John, Theses of a 20th Century Cambridge Platonist
151 33 Park Atwood Clinic, "Inner Focus"
152 1 Patnaik, Sinianchal, Dr., Poetry in Tranquility
152 2 Plutzik, Hyam, Hyam Plutzik: the Collected Poems
152 3 The Poet's Voice [literary journal, n.d.]
152 4 Powling, Chris, "A Razzle-Dazzle Rainbow"
152 5 Puzzo, Thomas, Animal Verses
152 6 Rahman, Lutfor, Muhammad Ali Sirkar
152 7 Rankin, David
152 8 Ravikovitch, Dahlia, You Can't Kill A Child Twice
152 9 Redgrove, Peter, In the Country of the Skin, photocopied typescript [inscribed to TH]
152 10 Redgrove, Peter, The Menstrual Mandala, photocopied typescript [inscribed to TH, August 1985]
152 11 Redgrove, Peter, The Mudlark Poems and Grand Beuveur, photocopied typescript [inscribed to TH, August 1985]
152 12 Reed, Jeremy
152 13 Rodrigues, Henrique F., The Nilotic Serpent
152 14 Scigaj, Leonard, "Nature, the Tao, and Spirit Flight in Remains of Elmet" (ca. 1981), early version of ch. 8 in The Poetry of Ted HughesThe Poetry of Ted Hughes
152 15 Scigaj, Leonard, "Oriental Mythology in Wodwo," from Sagar, ed. The Achievement of Ted Hughes
152 16 Scigaj, Leonard, The Poetry of Ted Hughes [University of Iowa Press, 1986], Permissions Correspondence
153 1 Scigaj, Leonard, The Poetry of Ted Hughes [University of Iowa Press, 1986], TS (1 of 3)
153 2 Scigaj, Leonard, The Poetry of Ted Hughes [University of Iowa Press, 1986], TS (2 of 3)
153 3 Scigaj, Leonard, The Poetry of Ted Hughes [University of Iowa Press, 1986], TS (3 of 3)
153 4 Scigaj, Leonard, "A Sestet for my Son"
153 5 Scigaj, Leonard, Ted Hughes (Twayne Publishers, 1991), Outline, Permissions, etc.
153 6 Scigaj, Leonard, Ted Hughes (Twayne Publishers, 1991), Permissions correspondence, September 1989
153 7 Scigaj, Leonard, Ted Hughes (Twayne Publishers, 1991), Permissions correspondence, July 1990
153 8 Scigaj, Leonard, Ted Hughes (Twayne Publishers, 1991), TS of ch. 1
153 9 Scigaj, Leonard, Ted Hughes (Twayne Publishers, 1991), TS of ch. 2
153 10 Scigaj, Leonard, Ted Hughes (Twayne Publishers, 1991), TS of ch. 3
153 11 Scigaj, Leonard, Ted Hughes (Twayne Publishers, 1991), TS of chs. 1-6
154 1 Scigaj, Leonard, Ted Hughes (Twayne Publishers, 1991), Final TS
154 2 Scigaj, Leonard, "Ted Hughes and Ecology: The Biocentric Vision"
154 3 Scigaj, Leonard, "Toward a New Divinity: Oriental Mythology and the 'Single Adventure' of Wodwo," Correspondence/research questions
154 4 Scigaj, Leonard, "Toward a New Divinity: Oriental Mythology and the 'Single Adventure' of Wodwo," TS
154 5 Sagar, Keith, Miscellaneous writings
154 6 Sinclair, Roy, Poems
154 7 The Somerset School, Stories written by 4th year boys
154 8 Sonnenberg, Ben, "Lost Property (Part IV)"
154 9 Stacpoole, Sybil, "Weare Gifford"
154 10 Szécsi, Martit, TS poems translated by Janos Csokits with orrections/suggestions by TH
154 11 Taylor, S.J., "Tears and Tantrums in America's Creative Utopia"
154 12 Thornton, Z. Bart, The Carrion King's Way of Knowledge: Mythologies and Masks of Ted Hughes's Crow
154 13 West Devon Teachers Language Group pamphlet with 4-word quote of Hughes poem
154 14 Wilkins, Charles Wilfred, "T Hungary"
154 15 Z'EV(?), Fortune's Fool: A Treatment of Romeo and Juliet
154 16 Unidentified author, "'This England'- Ted Hughes' Religious narrative'" [October 1989]
154 17 Unidentified authors
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