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Anne Stevenson: letters and cards to Lee Harwood

Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS Add.10133

Scope and Contents

Three postcards, five greetings cards and a letter from Stevenson to Harwood. With word-processed and typed copies of three poems ('Who's joking with the photographer?', 'The inn' and 'The miracle of Camp 60') and a broadcast talk ('Overhearing T. S. Eliot') by Stevenson. Four of the greetings cards contain printed poems by Stevenson ('Carol of the birds', 'The unaccommodated', 'It looks so simple from a distance...' and 'Christmas comfort and the green man').


  • Creation: 1993-2007


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0.002 cubic metre(s) (1 folder) : paper

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Related Materials

Letters from Harwood to Stevenson are held in GBR/0012/MS Add.9451. Other collections of correspondence from Stevenson to Harwood are held by the British Library as Add.MSS.88998/2/65-71 and 89192/1/5.

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