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Correspondents: surnames Clo-Deo

  • Alan Clodd, 1980-1996. Correspondence of Gascoyne with Alan Clodd as founder of the Enitharmon Press is at Add MS 89011/6/4. Later correspondence, after he had transferred the press to Stephen Stuart-Smith, a copy of the order of service for Clodd’s funeral on 6 Jan 2003, the address given there by Stephen Stuart-Smith, and other cuttings of obituaries, are included here.
  • Ken Coburn, 1986-1987. Relating to Gascoyne's poem for a ‘Great poets anthology’, see also Beatriz Lagos.
  • Richard Coenen, 1998.
  • John Michael Cohen, 1982-1983.
  • Steven Coles, 1998.
  • N. R. Collard, n.d.
  • Elizabeth Collins, 1990.
  • Jean-Pierre Colombi, 1986-1989.
  • Paul Condon, n.d.
  • R. L. Cook, of the Lomond Press, 1980.
  • William Cookson, of Agenda, 1982-1991. Also a letter from Peter Dale, assistant editor.
  • C. K. Cooper and others, of Soluble Fish, 1985.
  • Helen Cooper, of SuperReal, 1992.
  • Victor Corti, 1983.
  • Elizabeth Cowling, of the University of Edinburgh, 1988
  • David H. Cox, of the University of Sheffield, 1979.
  • Dennis Cox, 1985.
  • Ruth Craft, 1987.
  • Hugh Crole, 1987.
  • Ada Margaret Crozier, known as 'Biddy', n.d.
  • Joaquín Nin-Culmell, 1993.
  • John Cumming, of The Tablet, 1973-1986.
  • Randy lee Cutler, 1992.
  • Georges Daillart, 1985.
  • Charles Darwent-Damant, 1979
  • Hilary Davies, of Argo, 1980.
  • Vanessa Davies, 1986-1987.
  • Beatrice Dawson, known as ‘Bumble’, 1956-1958, n.d.
  • Solange Dayras, 1982-1989. With several of her poems, unaccompanied by correspondence.
  • Mary V. Dearborn, 2001.
  • Marc Décimo, 2001.
  • Michel Deguy, n.d.
  • Stuart Dehn, n.d. Poems without accompanying letter.
  • Alain Delaunois, 1985-1991.
  • Monique Delcourt, 1980
  • Bernard Delvaille, 1979-1988.
  • Alan Denson, 1954-1995.
  • Michel Déon, 1992-1995, n.d

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