Subseries 6.2
Writings about Ted Hughes, 1960-1999
Boxes 174; OP11, 16-18

Scope and Content Note

The subseries consists of published writings about Ted Hughes from 1960-1999. The published writings include articles, clippings, and promotional material. Published reviews of Hughes's works can be found in Subseries 6.3.

Arrangement Note

Arranged by record type; then in chronological order.

Articles
Box Folder Content
174 1 "Stuff Your Pension," Queen, May 25, 1966
OP11 18 "Orghast," by Tom Stoppard, Literary Times Supplement, October 1, 1971
174 2 "The Poetry of Ted Hughes," by P. Strauss, Theoria: A Journal of Studies, May 1972
174 3 "Beasts/Shamans/Baskin: The contemporary poem in the 20th century," by David Porter, Boston University Journal, no. 3, 1974
OP11 18 "Ted Hughes", David Porter, American Poetry Review, vol. 4 no. 5, 1975
174 4 "Ted Hughes," extracts from Ted Hughes, October 1979
174 5 "Correspondence," Books and Issues, 1979
174 6 "Ted Hughes: Poet as Teacher," by Sheila Johnson, Alaska Quarterly Review, Spring 1983
174 7 "The Signal Poetry Award," Signal 41, May 1983
174 8 "Ted Hughes: Dikt," Poesi Magasin, no. 2, 1984
174 9 "Poet's Battle Against Pollution," Observer, December 9, 1984
174 10 "Unconscious With Listening," Devon Life, June 1985
OP11 19 "Ted Hughes on Tour" Yorkshire Arts, vol. 4 no. 8, October/November 1985
174 11 "Man of the Week: Ted Hughes," Telegraph Sunday Magazine, no. 483, January 26, 1986
174 12 "Poet Cornered," The Listener, June 5, 1986
OP11 20 Cover of the London Review of Books, vol. 9 no. 1, January 8, 1987
174 13 "In Conversation with Ted Hughes, Poet Laureat-Rea Lloyd, Artist," North Devon Magazine, autumn 1987
174 14 "Ah, Youth: Ted Hughes and Sylvia Plath at Cambridge and After," TS drafts of essay by Lucas Myers; published in Grand Street 4:4, 86-103, Summer 1989
174 15 "The Definitions of Reality," Futures, January/February 1994
174 16 "Poetry the Wondercrump Way," Books for Keeps, September 1995
174 17 Article about TH in [Hands], 8 November 1996, pp. 32-36
174 18 "Two Extremes of a Continuum: on Translating Ted Hughes and Charles Tomlinson into Spanish," Forum for Modern Language Studies, vol. 33 no. 1, 1997
174 19 "Ted Hughes and Survival," Philip Pacey, n.d.
174 20 "Ted Hughes: A Memorial," American Poet, Fall 1999
Clippings
174 21 March 25, 1960-February 4, 1969
174 22 November 19, 1970-November 11, 1979
174 23 June 19, 1980-June 28, 1984
174 24 "Nightmares of Dream Topping," Punch, February 15, 1984 (Comic Mentions TH)
174 25 April 22, 1985-November 1985
OP11 21 "Ready to be Published and be Slammed," The Daily Telegraph, December 20, 1988
174 26 January 27, 1986-November 3, 1989
174 27 May 10, 1990-November 26, 1993
174 28 January 31, 1995-September 1995
174 29 October 11, 1995-February 6, 1997
174 30 Undated
Promotional material
174 31 Lunchtime Promenades, December 6, 1960
174 32 Ted Hughes and Richard Murphy, autumn 1970
OP11 19 5th Festival of Arts Shiraz Persepolis featuring Orghast play, August 26, 1971
OP11 19 5th Festival of Arts Shiraz Persepolis featuring Orghast play, August 27, 1971
OP11 19 5th Festival of Arts Shiraz Persepolis featuring Orghast play, August 28, 1971 [4 copies]
OP11 19 5th Festival of Arts Shiraz Persepolis featuring Orghast play, August 29, 1971 [4 copies]
OP11 19 5th Festival of Arts Shiraz Persepolis featuring Orghast play, September 2, 1971 [4 copies]
OP11 19 5th Festival of Arts Shiraz Persepolis featuring Orghast play, September. 3, 1971 [2 copies]
174 33 Ilkey Literature Festival, May 24-31, 1975
174 34 An Exhibition in Honour of Ted Hughes, Ilkey Literature Festival, 1975
174 35 Rainbow Press Promotional Material, ca. 1977
OP16 3 Fay Godwin, "Calder Valley Photographs," from Ted Hughes’s Remains of Elmet, May-June 1979
174 36 Remains of Elmet, May 21, 1979
174 37 Illustrations to Ted Hughes Poems, 1979
OP16 4 The Pig Organ; or, Pork with Perfect Pitch, libretto by Ted Hughes, January 1980
174 38 Midnight Sun Writers' Conference, June 1980
174 39 The Great Irish Pike (with lithographs by Barrie Cook), 1982
174 40 Cheltenham Festival of Literature, October 10-17, 1982 and September 29-October 13, 1985
OP17 - Faber and Faber promotional material, 1984-1997 and n.d.
174 41 Faber and Faber Promotional Material, ca. 1987
OP18 1 Gehenna Press promotional material, 1990 and 2001
174 42 Gehenna Press promotional material, 1998
174 43 "Jack's Journey," playbill from Park School (Dartington) production, 1992 (with clipping)
174 44 Ted Hughes catalogue, September 4, 1995
174 45 Tribute to Ted Hughes with Carolyn Forché, Paul Muldoon, Derek Walcott, et. al., Tisch Center for the Arts, October 11, 1999
OP16 5 "The Page Is Printed: Ted Hughes 1930-1998," Emory University, April-May 2000
174 46 Press Release about Modern Poetry in Translation, n.d
OP16 6 The Wound, poster advertising play, n.d.
174 47 The Wound, program, February 1974
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