Lilly Library Manuscript Collections

RESUSCITATOR MSS.

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Folder Inventory

  • An index is available.
  • Folder 1: General Correspondence, 1963-1969
  • Folder 2: Correspondence between John James and Tim Longville, 1967-1969
  • Folder 3: Correspondence between John James and Nick Wayte, 1967-1968
  • Folder 4: Resuscitator 2R1, January 1968. Contents:
    • Cover photographs by Thomas Ridley Sharpe
    • Poetry (in order according to published issue) by:
    • Jeremy Halvard Prynne
    • Gill Vickers
    • Jeremy Mulford
    • Elaine Feinstein
    • Andrew Crozier
    • Nicholas Wayte
    • Wendy Mulford
    • John Hall
    • John James
  • Folder 5: Resuscitator 2R2, August 1968. Contents:
    • Cover collage by John James
    • Poetry (in order according to published issue) by:
    • Chris Torrance
    • Thomas Moore Raworth
    • Gill Vickers
    • John Riley
    • Nicholas Wayte
    • Andrew Crozier
    • John Hall
    • Jeremy Halvard Prynne
    • John James
  • Folder 6: Resuscitator 2R3/4 "The Last Resuscitator,"January 1969. Contents:
    • Cover art by Peter Cartwright
    • Poetry (in order according to published issue) by:
    • Peter Riley
    • Douglas Oliver
    • Wendy Mulford
    • Gill Vickers
    • Jeremy Halvard Prynne
    • John James
    • Tim Longville
    • Andrew Crozier
    • David Chaloner
    • James Gordon
  • Folder 7: Miscellaneous other writings:
    • Anthony Barnett. Refutation. [4p.]
    • Fred Buck(?). Didn't Ask. [1p.]
    • Elaine Feinstein. Some Local Resistance. [1p.]
    • John Hall(?). A Festal Poem (For the Present Company Always). 14 April 1967. [2p.]
    • John Hall(?). Begins, "Oh, the mountain boys..." [1p.]
    • Tim Longville. Poem of Apology. [1p.]
    • Wendy Mulford. Begins, "Without astrakhan or feathers..." [1p.]
    • Douglas Oliver. Chanson. [1p.]
    • ______________. The Context of the War. [1p.]
    • ______________. Mongol in the Woods (for Tom). [1p.]
    • ______________. Putting on Lipstick. [1p.]
    • ______________. Remember Stortford, birthplace of Rhodes. [1p.]
    • Ian Patterson. Poem. [1p.]
    • J.H. Prynne. Senor Vazquez Speaking and Further Soft Music to Eat By [2p.]
    • Nick Totton. Close Spreads its Wings. [2p.]
    • Gill Vickers. Whether Trains or Pumpkins. [1p.]
    • [?] The Kirghiz Disasters. [4p.]
    • [?] Light Itself. [3p.]
    • [?] Member and Exile. [1p., photocopy]
    • [?] On Holiday (on verso: At the Tate Gallery). [2p.]
    • [?] The Snowman. [1p.]
    • [?] Things, People (on verso: Contradicta). [2p.]
    • Notes: The Form of Poetry. [1p.]
    • Notes: Gross Errors. [2p.]
    • A Note on the Authors. [1p.]
    • Photocopy of newspaper article, "Ching/the Well," by Dave Punter. Varsity, Saturday, January 25, 1969.
  • Folder 8: Other literary publications:
    • The Anona Wynn, edited by Wendy Mulford, June 1969
    • Train Rides poems from '63 & '64, by Andrew Crozier. typescript (copy for printer?), includes holograph colophon. 1p.

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