File: "Jennings, Elizabeth"

  • This material is held at
  • Reference
      GB 133 CQA1/1/68
  • Dates of Creation
      25 Mar 1969-29 Jan 1982 & n.d.
  • Physical Description
      27 pieces; 33 leaves.

Scope and Content

Correspondence with Elizabeth Jennings (1926-2001), British poet. Includes brief acknowledgements of various poems by Jennings, including: 'In Retrospect and Hope', 'Doubts', and 'The Future' (1969); 'Narcissus'; 'Let Things Alone' and 'From the Heights' (1971); 'Sensitivity', 'The Little Things', 'Lullaby to Myself in a Sad Time' and 'The Cool of the Evening' (1972); 'A Cat' and 'Winds' (1972); and 'Paul Klee' (1973). Other topics include: Jennings' submission of poems for inclusion inChristian [the new journal set up by A.E. Dyson]; Michael Schmidt and Carcanet Press; and Cox's book [Every Common Sight] (1981).

/8 is a lightly annotated typescript of an article by Elizabeth Jennings entitled 'Dogmatism without Authority: An examination of the critical method of Yvor Winters'.

Dated at: Oxford; London NW8; and Alciston, Sussex.

Holograph.

Arrangement

/1-25 formed part of the first CQ accession to the Library; /26-7 are from the 1991 accession.