Consists of letters and proofs relating to the published poetry works of Peter Didsbury.
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- Dates of Creation1982 - 2003
- Physical Description2 boxes
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Peter Didsbury was born in 1946 in Fleetwood, Lancashire. He moved to Hull at the age of six, and read English and Hebrew at Oxford. After teaching English in Hull for eight years, he turned to the past for work as well as for inspiration, and since been been an archaeologist for many years. He has published three collections with Bloodaxe The Butchers of Hull (1982), and The Classical Farm (1987) and That Old-Time Religion (1994). He won a Cholmondeley Award for The Classical Farm, which was a Poetry Book Society Recommendation, as was That Old-Time Religion. His New and Collected Poems is due from Bloodaxe in 2003.