File A4/3 - Contemporary poets

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A4/3

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Contemporary poets

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  • 1968-1969, 1972-1973 (Creation)

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1 folder (1.5 cm.)

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The file comprises papers, mostly correspondence, 1968-1969 and 1972-1973, relating to Contemporary poets of the English language (London, 1970 and 1975). Glyn Jones was an editorial consultant to the work, and recommended Anglo-Welsh poets for inclusion in the volume, as well as contributing articles on Leslie Norris and R. S. Thomas, drafts of which are included in this file. Among the correspondents are Rosalie Murphy, editor of the first edition (13), Aneirin Talfan Davies, R. George Thomas, Meic Stephens, Gerald Morgan (2), and James Vinson, editor of the second edition (4).

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An article by Roland Mathias, 1969, which forms part of the entry for Glyn Jones in Contemporary poets, is included in B1/3.

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Preferred citation: A4/3

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vtls004294217

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(WlAbNL)0000294217

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  • Text: A4/3 (9).