Zulfikar Ghose Collection, 1959-1992.


Zulfikar Ghose Collection, 1959-1992.

The Zulfikar Ghose Collection comprises manuscripts of poems published by Ghose in The Loss of India (1964) and Jets from Orange (1967) and other poems from that era. Also present are a single short story by Ghose, a poem by Edward-Lucie-Smith, and a poem co-authored by Ghose and Janet Burroway. One manuscript includes a handwritten note by Ted Hughes. Most of the correspondence from Ghose to Anthony Smith spans the years 1959-1963 during which Ghose and Smith were editors of Universities' Poetry, and reflects this collaboration, their shared love of cricket, imagism in poetry, as well as more personal topics.

1 box (.42 linear feet)

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Smith, A.C.H. (Anthony Charles H.), 1935-

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Ghose, Zulfikar, 1935-....

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Author born in Pakistan, who also lived in India and the United Kingdom, and who has taught at the University of Texas at Austin since 1969. From the description of Zulfikar Ghose Collection, 1959-1992. (Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center (HRC); University of Texas at Austin). WorldCat record id: 122601850 Born in 1935 in Sialkot, Pakistan, Zulfikar Ghose moved with his family to Bombay during the war in 1942. By 1965 he had only returned to Sialkot twice, ...

Hughes, Ted, 1930-1998

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Burroway, Janet

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Lucie-Smith, Edward

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