Papers, 1962-1964 [manuscript].


Papers, 1962-1964 [manuscript].

The papers include manuscripts of 8 poems by Nicholas Moore; Alan Bold's translations of poems by Arthur Rimbaud and Dannie Abse; and translations of poems from "Versions from Holderlin Volume II: what I own" by John Riley and Tim Longville. Correspondence with Alan Bold, Cid Corman, Andrew Glaze, John Lehmann, Tim Longville, Marthe Robert, John Wain and Ted Walker discusses poetry and translations, particularly of Francis Ponge and Friedrich Hölderlin. André Gide, John Berryman, William Bronk, Anthony Rudolf, Franz Kafka, and Anthony Conran are mentioned. A brief card of thanks from Vasko Popa, a clipping of an article by Bold re Scottish writers, and a note by Corman on the magazine "Origin" are also included.

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