Graves, Robert, 1895-1985
- Existence: 1895-07-24 - 1985-12-07
British poet, historical novelist, critic, and classicist.
Found in 64 Collections and/or Records:
"A Postscript" by Laura (Riding) Jackson, Autumn
Correspondence and manuscripts of the American poet. Handwritten and carbon copy typescripts.
Draft Letter from L. (R.) J. [Laura Jackson] to The Editor of The New York Review of Books, Undated
"...Mr. Paul Auster's review of two books of mine in your issue of August 7th: Communicated views of it of friends, communicated to me., impressed on me the need of comment. One thought it 'rather nice'."
"I pause over one of Mr. Auster's historical touches, reference to Robert Graves telling of Auden for his imitations of me. That is retrospective self-preening. Auden's takings from me were Gargantuan, rather comically assiduous."
Draft Letter from Laura (Riding) Jackson to The Editor of The Times Literary Supplement, 1976-01
Editor of the Times Literary Supplement., 1973 - 1976
Correspondence from Laura (Riding) Jackson to editor of Times Literary Supplement, original typescripts, carbon copies and photocopies. Clipping of review from TLS.
Ellsworth Mason collection of Robert Graves, 1917-1975
Contents generally include: biographical information and drafts (often in multiple versions) of Ellmann's bio-commentary on each poet; selected poems by each author, photocopied from published sources; press cuttings of articles; rights and permissions to reprint poems; lists of corrections; and fragments of page proofs.
Great authors poster collection, Undated
This is an artificial collection of twenty-one posters from the Great Authors from the TIME Reading program.
Lehane, Jerry C., 1956 - 1966
Series 1 is the primary alphabetical sequence for Ellmann's research correspondence. This series also includes typescript drafts, galleys and proofs for many of Ellmann's writings. We are grateful to readers for correcting and/or identifying names of unidentified or partially identified correspondents.
Letter and Ad Clipping from Laura Jackson to Michael Blechner, 1976-09-17
Letter from Ellsworth Mason to Laura Jackson, 1971-02-02
"It was my Graves collection, however, which is my personal collection and quite good, that led me to a particular interest in the Seizin Press. Until this time, I had known of you only superficially."
"I am most anxious to have established, and in full form, so complete as humans can make it in retrospect, the complete list of your writings, if you can find it in your time to help me."