Ian Hamilton Finlay correspondence, 1962-1969. A-F. 1962-1969.


Ian Hamilton Finlay correspondence, 1962-1969. A-F. 1962-1969.

Unpublished correspondence, some with original poetry, from various poets and others to Finlay, covering the years 1962-1969. The letters are a composite collection dealing chiefly with contemporary and avant-garde poetry, art movements, and with the addressee in his capacity as publisher of Wild Hawthorn Press.


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