Ms drafts of Graves's foreword to his volume of collected essays, 'Difficult Questions, Easy Answers'. Earlier drafts make reference to a proposed inclusion of Lise Lafrenière's work 'Fundamental Dimensions' ['Les Dimensions fondamentales'], and discuss the relationship between mathematics and poetic thought. Graves's son-in-law, the nuclear physicist Clifford Dalton, and his grandfather Charles Graves, a professor of mathematics at Trinity College Dublin, are also mentioned in this context. The series also includes a bundle of draft contents pages.
Foreword to 'Difficult Questions, Easy Answers'
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- ReferenceGB 473 RG/G/CDqF
- Dates of Creationc1972
- Physical Description10 items
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Scope and Content
Drafts arranged in approximate chronological order.
Canelluñ Collection number: CC1500
This refers to the arrangement of the papers in Robert Graves’ study before they were transferred to the College.