Scope and Content

Two letters from Luc Estang (1911-1992), French novelist, poet and essayist, and one letter from his wife. Includes references to: Estang's delight at being able to return to poetry after the war; Strachan's plan to translate work by Estang for an anthology [presumably Apollinaire to Aragon]; Estang's pleasure that his work is to be translated into English; Estang's work on translating Strachan's own poetry collection Moments of time; research Estang and his wife have been undertaking on behalf of Strachan to gain information about Benjamin Fondane and Léon Moussinac (/2 includes the information they have uncovered); and a meeting between Estang and Cecily Mackworth in 1948.