Subseries 6.1
Writings by Ted Hughes, 1955-1996
Boxes 172-173; OP11

Scope and Content Note

The subseries consists of published writings by Ted Hughes from 1955-1996. The writings include individual poems published in periodical and newspapers.

Arrangement Note

Arranged in chronological order.

Box Folder Content
172 1 "'The woman with such high heels,'" Delta, Spring 1955
172 2 "Billy Hook and Three Souvenirs," Jack and Jill, July 1958 (2 photocopies)
172 3 May 1956-January 1962
172 4 "Still Life," The London Magazine, vol. 1 no. 11, February 1962
172 5 March 1962-December 1962
172 6 January 1963-October 1964
172 7 "O White Elite Lotus," Critical Quarterly, vol. 6 no. 4, winter 1964
172 8 "Dice," Critical Quarterly, summer 1964
172 9 "After Lorca," New Poetry 1964: Critical Quarterly Supplement no. 5, [Autumn 1964]
172 10 January 1965-October 1966
172 11 "Warm Moors," "Stations," The Knight," "Folklore," A Match," Critical Quarterly, vol. 8 no. 1, spring 1966
172 12 "Skylarks," Critical Quarterly, vol. 8 no. 3, autumn 1966
172 13 "Notes on the Chronological Order of Sylvia Plath's Poems," Tri-Quarterly, no. 7, fall 1966
172 14 "Public Speech" and "A Wind Flashes the Grass," Critical Quarterly, vol. 8 no. 4, winter 1966
172 15 "Reveille," New Poems 1966: Critical Poetry Supplement no. 7, [autumn 1966]
172 16 "Vasco Popa," Tri-Quarterly, no. 9, Spring 1967
172 17 November 1966-Sept. 28, 1967
172 18 "TV On," The Listener, September 28, 1967
172 19 October 19, 1967-November 30, 1967
172 20 "A Battle," Outposts, no. 74, autumn 1967
172 21 "Ghost Crabs" and "The Bear," Poetry 1967: Critical Quarterly Supplement no. 8
172 22 January 25, 1968-September 26, 1968
172 23 "Thought Fox," "An Otter," "Thrushes," "Relic," and "Piboch," Four: Critical Quarterly Supplement no. 9
172 24 January 2, 1969-July 24, 1969
172 25 "Second Bedtime Story" and "Notes for a Little Play," Poetry 1969: Critical Quarterly Supplement no.10
172 26 "Crow's Songs of Himself," "Conjuring in Heaven," "Crow and the Stone," "Crow Sickened," "Song of Woe," and "Crow Blacker Than Ever," Critical Quarterly, vol. 12 no. 2, summer 1970
172 27 "Owl's Song," "Crow Alights," and "Crow's Song of Himself," Poetry 1970: Critical Quarterly Supplement no.11
172 28 "This Game of Chess is Played for Love" (2), ca. 1970, Christmas card with three Elizabeth Frank heads, done for Peter Marsh (one signed, "and from Ted Hughes every year") [accessions 90-11-09 and 87-01-10]
172 29 February 1970-April 15, 1971
172 30 "Orghast: Talking Without Words," Vogue, December 1971
172 31 Autumn 1972-May 30 1975
172 32 "Scream," Stand, 1975/1976
OP11 1 "Feburary 17th," Bananas, no.5, summer 1976
OP11 1 "From Gaudete," Bananas, no.6, autumn/winter 1976
172 33 "Northerly Airs" [includes "Open to Huge Light," "The Sluttiest Sheep in England," "When Men Got to the Summit," "Walls," "Heptonstall Old Church," "Mill Ruins," and "Lumb Chimneys"], The Observer, 20 May 1979
172 34 February 12, 1976-January 13, 1983
OP11 2 "Eagle"and "Low Water," London Review of Books, vol. 2 no. 19, Oct. 2-Oct. 15, 1980
OP11 2 "Nymet," London Review of Books, vol. 2 no. 23, December 4-December 17, 1980
OP11 3 "An October Salmon," London Review of Books, vol. 3 no. 7, April 16, 1981-May 6, 1981
OP11 3 "That Morning," London Review of Books, vol. 3 no. 22/23, December 3-December 16, 1981
OP11 4 "Sing the Rat," London Review of Books, vol. 4 no. 3, February 18-March 3, 1982
OP11 4 "Remembering Teheran," London Review of Books, vol. 4 no. 15, August 19-Sept. 1, 1982
OP11 4 "The Great Irish Pike," London Review of Books, vol. 4 no. 22/23, December 2-December 29, 1982
OP11 5 "A Sparrow-hawk," London Review of Books, vol. 5 no. 5, March 17-March 31, 1983
172 35 "Swallows," The Listener, April 23, 1983
173 1 "Honey Bee," The Listener, May 12, 1983
OP11 5 "The Gulkana," London Review of Books, vol. 5 no. 9, May 19-June 1, 1983
173 2 "Evening Thrush," The Listener, June 2, 1983
173 3 "Madfly," "August Salmon," "An Eel," "Pigeon's Wings," and "August Evening," London Magazine, vol. 23 no. 7, October 1983
173 4 November 25, 1983-May 7, 1984
OP11 6 "Daffodils," London Review of Books, vol. 6 no. 4, March 1-March 14, 1984
OP11 6 "Walt" and "A Macaw," London Review of Books, vol. 6 no. 21, November 15-December 5, 1984
OP11 7 "Sacrifice," London Review of Books, vol.7 no. 1, January 24, 1985
173 5 "The Angel," Twelve times a Year, January/February 1985
173 6 "Conscripts," South West Review, no. 24, February 1985
173 7 "Three Voices," The Spectator, February 2, 1985
OP11 7 "Slump Sundays," The Times Literary Supplement, March 8, 1985
173 8 "Remembering Jenny Rankin," The Rialto, spring 1985
173 9 "For the Duration," The Listener, May 9, 1985
173 10 "Cuckoo" and "Where I Sit Writing My Letter," The Listener, June13, 1985
173 11 August 13, 1985-October 1989
173 12 "Grouse Butts," The Listener, August 15, 1985
173 13 "Edith," The Listener, September 5, 1985
OP11 8 "Rights," The Artful Reporter, no. 82 October 1985
173 14 "Telegraph Wires," The Listener, November 12, 1985
OP11 8 "Manchester Skytrain," London Review of Books, vol. 8 no. 4, March 6, 1986
OP11 9 "The Crown of the Kingdom," The Times, April 21, 1986
173 15 "The Pike," "Mayday" The Listener, May 22, 1986
OP11 10 "First Things First," The Times, June 4, 1987
OP11 11 "Climbing into Heptonstall," London Review of Books, vol. 8 no. 11, June 19, 1986
173 16 "Poetry Explained," The Listener, June 26, 1986
OP11 12 "On the Brink," The Daily Telegraph Weekend, October 24, 1987
173 17 "High Water," Scottish Wildlife, winter 1987/1988
OP11 13 "Glimpse," London Review of Books, vol. 10 no. 3, February 4, 1988
OP11 13 "On the Reservations," London Review of Books, vol.10 no. 11, June 2, 1988
OP11 14 "The Trunk," The Daily Telegraph : The Great British Summer, August 1988
OP11 15 "Take What You Want But Pay for It," London Review of Books, vol. 10 no. 17, September 29, 1988
173 18 "How God Got His Golden Head," The Duncan Lawrie Journal, summer 1989
173 19 "Curlews Lift," "Where I Sit Writing My Letter," "A Dove," "Tern," and "The Unknown Wren," Birds Magazine, summer 1989
OP11 16 "Three Voices for the Queen Mother," The Daily Telegraph Weekend, August 4, 1990
173 20 "The Fortieth Anniversary of the Accession of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II," Daily Telegraph, February 6, 1992 [photocopy]
173 21 March 20, 1992
173 22 "Ode to the Organism," Book Seller, May 13, 1994
173 23 "Salmacis and Hermaphroditus" (proof photocopy and published version), New Statesman and Society, June 17, 1994
173 24 February 26, 1995
173 25 "The Error," The New Yorker, July 3, 1995
OP11 17 "The Oak Tree," The Daily Telegraph, August 4, 1995
173 26 "What is the Truth," Classroom Choice, issue 2, autumn 1995
173 27 "Stephen Spendor: Poet of a Lost Culture," Index on Censorship, January 1996
173 28 "The Dogs are Eating Your Mother," Asylum, spring 1996
173 29 July 28, 1996
173 30 "The Rag Rug," The New Yorker, August 5, 1996
173 31 October 10, 1996-December 20, 1996
OP11 18 "Platform One," The Sunday Times Books, November 1996
173 32 Undated: "The Bear," "Bullfinches," "October Dawn," from "Prometheus on his Crag" and "River"
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