Scope and Content

Letters addressed to Judy Gascoyne, correspondents' surnames Asq-Fau. See also Add MS 89011/8/10 for letters of condolence sent to Judy Gascoyne on the death of her husband from other correspondents. Indexed selectively.

  • Vivien Asquith, 1995.
  • Raymond Astbury, of the Greville Press, 2000-2002.
  • Brigitte Baer, [2001].
  • Barbara Joy Barr, 1997, n.d.
  • Armando Bayolo, 2003.
  • David Belton, of the BBC, 2002.
  • Colin T. Benford, 1978-2002.
  • Oliver Bernard, 2001.
  • Gordon Bowker, 2001-2002.
  • Adrian Cairns, 2001.
  • Simon Callow, 2004-2005.
  • Richard Carrington, of the Poetry Archive, 2001-2004.
  • Alan Clodd, of the Enitharmon Press, 1975-2001.
  • Anthony Curtis, of The Financial Times, 1978.
  • Michael Darlow, 2001-2002.
  • Mary Dearborn, 2001.
  • Michele Duclos, 2001-2009. With translations of Gascoyne’s poems and of his essay ‘Who will follow Chestov?’ and essays on Gascoyne.
  • Note from Judy Gascoyne to Dennis Egan in a programme for a reading of Gascoyne’s poems in Paris, 2002.
  • Victoria Orr-Ewing, 2001.
  • John Fairfax, of Resurgence, [2001].
  • Mary E. Farrell, 1983.
  • Peter Faulkner, 2006-2008. With a presentation copy of Seatowns and earthly places, by Audrey Marshall and Pete Faulkner, 2006, and a typewritten essay ‘David Gascoyne: the invisible surrealist’.

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