Papers, 1930-1969.


Papers, 1930-1969.

This prominent Irish writer's papers consist of fifty-two typescripts of plays for stage, radio and television, four short prose pieces, and two novels. These include drafts in various stages of The inner journey (1967), The clock (1967), and The face of winter (1956). Prose pieces include two short stories; The German prisoner and Method of attack, and two novels, The house in the valley (1957) and Another world (1st draft).

1.8 cubic ft. (4.5 boxes).

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