Correspondents: surnames Kar-Lyu

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Correspondents: surnames Kar-Lyu

  • Yannis Karavidas, 1979.
  • Brian Keeble, of the Golonooza Press, 1980-2000.
  • Alice Keene, 1989.
  • Barbara Kelsey, 1981.
  • Tony Kingsmill, n.d.
  • Barbara Knox, 1992. Draft letter from Gascoyne.
  • Wallace Knupper, of Modern Poets in Translation, 1982.
  • Anise Koltz, 1983.
  • Allyson Kreuiter, 1992.
  • Satish Kumar, editor of Resurgence, 1984-1991.
  • Jacques Lacan, 1978.
  • René Lacombe, Cultural Attaché at the French Embassy in London, 1996.
  • Romain Lacroix, 1985.
  • Steve Lacy, 1995.
  • Beatriz Lagos, [1986]. Relating to Gascoyne’s poem for a ‘Great poets anthology’, see also Ken Coburn.
  • Odile de Lalain, 1962.
  • Ivan V. Lalić, 1992-1993.
  • Ian Lamb, 1984. Poem 'For David Gascoyne', without accompanying letter.
  • Mollie Lamb, 1990.
  • Charles Lambert, 1979.
  • Marie-Jacqueline Lancaster, 1965.
  • John Land [?], 1984.
  • Maria Landi, 1989.
  • Marcel Langer, 1986.
  • Marianne Larsen, n.d.
  • Gilbert Lascault, n.d. Letters to and from Gascoyne.
  • Alice Laurent, 1992. With a draft letter from Gascoyne.
  • Bettina Shaw-Lawrence, 1978-1996. Also a letter from her young son Luke. With a print-out made on 1 Sep 2010 of entries on the Worldwide Web.
  • Sir John Lawrence, 1979.
  • Olga Lawrence, 1978-1997.
  • Margaret Lean, 1988.
  • Laurie Lee, 1980.
  • John Lehmann, 1965-1985.
  • Hermann Lehnhoff, 1983.
  • Monique and Yves-Marie Léonet, 1987.
  • Marcia Leveson, 1979.
  • Peter Levi, 1985.
  • Silvano Levy, 2001.
  • Jeremy Lewis, 1992.
  • Jill Lewis, 1987. Including her essay on Paul Eluard.
  • Matthew R. Lewis, 1990.
  • Pierre Leyris, 1986-1989.
  • André Liberati, 1990.
  • John Liddy, 1982-1983.
  • Eddie S Linden, 1980-1982.
  • Giles Losseroy, n.d.
  • Charles Loving, 1985, n.d.
  • Anthony Lumley, 1989.
  • Bertram P. Luxton, 1980-1992.
  • Andrew Lycett, 2001.
  • Alexis Lykiard, 1980-1985. The item of 1980 is a poem 'There's rope yet' on the inauguration of Ronald Reagan as President of the United States.
  • John Lyle, bookseller, 1988.
  • Lyuben Lyubenov, n.d.

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