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D. D. Williams manuscripts

  • GB 0210 MSDDWILL
  • Fonds
  • [1905x1908]-[1937x1938]

Manuscripts, [1905x1908]-[1937x1938], of the Rev. David David Williams, comprising mainly essays on cultural, literary and historical topics submitted for competition at the National Eisteddfod; together with a draft summary of a proposed history of Wales, and an album of correspondence and miscellaneous papers.

Williams, D. D. (David David), 1862-1938

David David Williams (Mynyddwr o Feirionydd): Traethawd

  • NLW MS 6673D
  • Ffeil
  • 1910

An essay on Twm o'r Nant [Thomas Edwards (1739-1810)] a'i Amserau written by Mynyddwr o Feirionydd (i.e. David David Williams) for the Colwyn Bay National Eisteddfod, 1910. The essay was published by Jarvis and Foster, Bangor, 1911.

Williams, D. D. (David David), 1862-1938

2019 Euro Election

File comprises election addresses and assorted papers circulated in the Wales electoral region during the campaign for the European Parliament elections in 2019. Arrangements to hold the election were made at the last minute as the UK had been due to leave the EU at the end of Marh 2019 and two new parties. the Brexit Party and Change UK - The Independent Group joined the established parties in fighting the election. File also includes some material circulated in England for the elections.

Wales Labour Party

Vernon Watkins manuscripts

  • GB 0210 MSVERNWAT
  • Fonds
  • [1920s]-1988

Papers, [1920s]-1988, of Vernon Watkins, comprising drafts of poems published in collections and elsewhere, 1934-1967, unpublished poems, [1920s]-1967, and verse translations from German, French, Greek, Italian, Spanish and Hungarian, [1920s]-1967; drafts and translations of verse dramas, [1920s]-[1940x1967]; prose articles and essays, [1935]-1967; radio scripts, 1948-1967; talks and lecture notes, 1947-1967; correspondence, 1937-1988, including letters to Gwen Watkins following her husband's death; diaries, 1931, 1966; bibliographical lists of his poetry, [?1941]-1967; and some literary material relating to posthumous publications, 1976-1978.

Watkins, Vernon Phillips, 1906-1967

Translations and drama

Autograph and typescript drafts of translations and plays, [1940s]-[1967], by Vernon Watkins, including 'The Salzburg Great World Theatre', [1963], a typescript draft of a translation from the German of Hofmannsthal's play, 'Das Salzburger grosse Welttheater' (ff. 13-63).
It was published, with some revisions, as 'The Salzburg Great Theatre of the World' in Hugo von Hofmannsthal, Selected Plays and Libretti, ed. by Michael Hamburger (New York, 1963), pp. 79-172. Also included are translations from the German, most apparently unpublished, of poems by Rilke, [1948] (f. 2), Theodor Storm, 1962, 1966 (ff. 3-4), Friederich Hölderlin, [1960x1967] (ff. 5-9), and Eduard Mörike, [1960x1967] (f. 12), and a translation from the French of the first seven verses of François Villon's 'Le Petit Testament', [1960x1967] (ff. 10-11); drafts of parts of 'The Island' (ff. 64-75) and 'The Eclipse' (ff. 76-78), two proposed plays by Watkins, [1940x1967]; a verse 'Epilogue for a play', [1940x1967] (ff. 79-80); and 'A Book from Venice', 1948, a poem by Watkins (published in Botteghe Oscure, 2 (1948), 270-1) (f. 2 verso). The translation of Storm's 'Cats' (f. 3) was published in TLS, 9 March 1962, p. 162.

Vernon Watkins.

Verse translations

Exercise book, 1938, of Vernon Watkins, containing drafts of translations from German of eight poems by Theodor Storm (ff. 2-4), Rilke (ff. 5-8) and Novalis (ff. 10-11).
Four of the poems (ff. 2-3, 5, 8) were published in Vernon Watkins, Selected Verse Translations (London, 1977), pp. 70-1, 73.

Vernon Watkins.

Notebook

Exercise book, [?1941]-1967, of Vernon Watkins, containing bibliographical lists of his published prose (f. 3), of poems published in periodicals and anthologies (ff. 88 verso-96, 97 verso-98 verso) and of translations (ff. 96 verso-97).
The volume also contains transcripts, entitled 'Plotinus - on the Essence of the Soul' (ff. 36-40), of parts of the Fourth Ennead of Plotinus (see Plotinus, On the nature of the soul, being the fourth Ennead, trans. from the Greek by S. MacKenna (London, 1924), pp. 4-56 passim); and a transcript of the poem beginning 'The poet, Owen Hanrahan, under a bush of may' (f. 41) from 'Red Hanrahan's Curse' by Yeats (see W. B. Yeats, Stories of Red Hanrahan (Dundrum, Dublin, 1904 [recte 1905], pp. 36-38).

Vernon Watkins.

Notebook

Notebook, [?1948]-1967, of Vernon Watkins, containing bibliographical lists of his poems published in Italy (inside front cover, f. 1) and poems and translations sent for publication in America (ff. 1 verso-11).

Vernon Watkins.

Light verse and prose

Autograph and typescript drafts, [c. 1944]-1967, of light verse, acrostics and poems for children by Vernon Watkins, composed 1925-1967 (ff. 1-85), together with drafts for published articles, lectures and radio talks, 1948-[1964] (f. 86-138).
Most of the verse (ff. 1, 3-28, 35-56, 58-68, 71-82) was published in Vernon Watkins, LMNTRE Poems (Swansea, 1999). The prose includes drafts of an article and radio script variously called 'The Place and the Poem', [?1949] (ff. 86-99), 'The Place and the Poem. Swansea' (ff. 100-101) and 'Swansea Poems', 1948 (ff. 102-107), a version of which was published as 'Swansea', Texas Quarterly, 4.4 (Winter 1961), 59-64; 'Poetry of the Second Phase', 1962 (ff. 111-114), partly published as 'The Second Phase in Poetry', Unicorn, 10 (Spring 1963), 9-10; and radio scripts, 'The Need of the Artist', 1962 (ff. 108-110), published in The Listener, 8 November 1962, pp. 756-757, and 'Problems of Communication', 1963 (ff. 115-122), published as 'The Joy of Creation', Listener, 30 April 1964, pp. 720-721.

Vernon Watkins.

Unpublished poems

Autograph and typescript drafts, [1930s]-1967, of poems by Vernon Watkins, almost all apparently unpublished.
There are copies of both short and long poems, as well as fragments, including multiple drafts of 'The Birth to Destruction', 1937-1947 (ff. 6-17), 'The Moth', 1952-1966 (ff. 55-89, thirty-seven drafts), 'The Will', 1960-1961 (ff. 93-100), 'The Melodramatic', 1965-1967 (ff. 101-112), and 'The Fall of Sodom', [1960x1967] (ff. 285-300), and a number of apparently different poems on the theme of 'Taliesin', 1938 (ff. 18-33). 'The Measure Moves' (ff. 70 verso, 72 verso, 73 verso, 75 verso) and 'The Guest' (f. 223 verso) appeared in Fidelities (London, 1968), pp. 26, 96.

Vernon Watkins.

Unpublished poems

Autograph and typescript drafts, 1930-1964 and undated, of shorter poems by Vernon Watkins, almost all apparently unpublished.
Two poems, 'Note towards a poem' (f. 74) and 'There is a pattern...' (f. 75) appeared in Poetry Wales, 12.4 (Spring 1977), 38, 43.

Vernon Watkins.

Unpublished early poems

Exercise book containing drafts of a poem, 1924, composed by Vernon Watkins during his year at Magdalene College, Cambridge, and apparently unpublished (ff. 48-54 verso, 57 recto-verso).
The volume also contains notes, 1924, on the Epistle to the Ephesians (ff. 1-11).

Vernon Watkins.

Published poems

Autograph and typescript drafts, [1944]-[1954], of four poems by Vernon Watkins, published in The Lady with the Unicorn (London, 1948) (ff. 1-3) and The Death Bell (London, 1954) (ff. 4-7).
It includes a manuscript draft, [1944], of 'The Sardine-Fishers' (published as 'Sardine-Fishers at Daybreak') (ff. 2-3).

Vernon Watkins.

Taliesin

Exercise book containing a draft poem, [1920x1939], by Vernon Watkins entitled 'Taliesin', apparently unpublished (ff. 2-4).

Vernon Watkins.

Verse translations

Autograph and typescript drafts, [1920s]-1967, of verse translations from German by Vernon Watkins, many apparently unpublished. Proofs and cuttings are included of some poems published in periodicals and anthologies, together with a few notes by Ruth Pryor and original German texts used by Watkins.

Vernon Watkins and Ruth Pryor.

Verse translations

Autograph and typescript drafts, [1920s]-1967, by Vernon Watkins of verse translations from French, many apparently unpublished. Cuttings are included of some poems published in periodicals and anthologies.

Vernon Watkins.

Album

A scrap album containing holograph letters from E. O. Davies, Bangor, 1930, and J. Glyn Davies, Llandudno, 1930, and a circular letter from Nichol Grieve, secretary, Liverpool Free Church Centre, 1932; notes of an address on congregational singing; a 'final copy' of a resolution by the Liverpool Welsh Presbytery, [1932], and draft resolutions of condolence passed by the [North Wales C.M.] Association, [1937]; a typescript summary of sermons delivered at [Calvinistic Methodist] preaching services ('Cymanfa') at Chester, 1852; press cuttings of Liverpool interest; printed matter; etc.

Davies, E. O. (Edward Owen), 1864-1936

Cymry enwog y ddeunawfed ganrif

An incomplete essay (pp. 1-11, 39-44, 97-106) on 'Cymry Enwog hanner cyntaf y ddeunawfed ganrif, a'u dylanwad ar Lenyddiaeth Cymru. Great Welshmen of the first half of the 18th Century, and their influence on Welsh Literature', which was awarded the prize at the National Eisteddfod at Wrexham, 1912. There are some comments by J. H. Davies, who was one of the adjudicators.

Davies, J. H. (John Humphreys), 1871-1926

Beirdd Morgannwg

An essay on 'Beirdd Morgannwg hyd ddiwedd y 18fed ganrif (The Bards of Glamorgan to the end of the 18th Century)'.

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