John Heath-Stubbs collection, circa 1962-1967.


Heath-Stubbs, John, 1918-2006. John Heath-Stubbs collection, circa 1962-1967.

John Heath-Stubbs collection, circa 1962-1967.

The collection consists of papers of John Francis Alexander Heath-Stubbs from 1962-1967. The papers includes manuscripts of poems, in holograph and typescript; translations; critical essays; and one unfinished play. Of particular interest are originals of poems, some fragmentary, from THE BLUE-FLY IN HIS HEAD (1962); typescripts of Heath-Stubbs' edition of SELECTED POEMS BY ALEXANDER POPE (1964), including the notes, commentary introduction, and some of the poems included in the work; and his unfinished and unpublished play, "Aurelia."

.5 linear ft. : (1 box)

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