Shakespeare, William, 1564 - 1616 (dramatist)
Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:
Cutting from an unknown newspaper publication reviewing the paperback edition of 'Shakespeare and the Goddess of Complete Being' by Ted Hughes.
Article by Seamus Deane.
6 pages from the Sunday Times Magazine with an article by John Cornwell.
Photocopy of a review by Jeremy Noel-Tod. Also includes a photocopy of poem by Ted Hughes regarding Shakepeare drafting his will (Sunday Times, 6 September 1998) and an article regarding an unpublished letter from Hughes regarding the death of Sylvia Plath (the Telegraph 5 August 2001). The photocopied articles also include a manuscript note sending them to Frieda Hughes by ?Olwyn Hughes.
Typescript of the Introduction by Bertrand H. Bronson to 'Johnson on Shakespeare' Volume VII of 'The Yale Edition of the Works of Samuel Johnson'.
'Psychological Feature of the Precipitating Causes in the Psychoses and its Relation to Art' by Dr J. T. MacCurdy, 191502
The papers consist of material collected by Olwyn Hughes, mainly during the period she acted as literary agent for her brother Ted Hughes. Papers include copies of early appearances of many of Ted Hughes's and Sylvia Plath's poems and essays in literary magazines and newspapers and many newspaper cuttings relating to the work and lives of Ted Hughes, Sylvia Plath and their children. The collection contains no original manuscript material by Ted Hughes or Sylvia Plath.
Two hardboard woodcuts containing print designs that were used on the front page of the 19 April 1964 issue of The Observer Weekend Review, illustrating an essay written by American writer and civil rights activist, James Baldwin, titled, Why I Stopped Hating Shakespeare. One of the prints is a representation of Baldwin (RL/Pre-/819), and the other is a representation of William Shakespeare (RL/Pre-/911).