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Stevie Smith papers

Series 2: Writings and drawings

Collection   1976-012


Inventory

1:1 "Accented." TMs draft, 1p.

"Adult Questions." ccTMs list of questions for Stevie Smith in
reference to education; includes questions for Leonard
Alfred George Strong and Charles Causley, 1p.

"As Sways." (See Series 2: SELECTED POEMS: "Portrait")

THE BATSFORD BOOK OF CHILDREN'S VERSE. (Edited by Stevie Smith). AMs
draft list of poems/poets; TMs/ccTMs draft transcriptions
of proposed poems to be included; 31p.

TMs draft Tables of Content from various books of Stevie Smith's
poems, and TMs drafts of proposed contributions of poems by
Stevie Smith, all with AMs revisions and notes, 15p.

TMs/ccTMs drafts biographical information about Stevie Smith, 6p.

AMs/TMs list of names and addresses to which [reviewer's
copies were to be sent,] 1p.

AMs [related] notes, 10p.

Press cuttings of reviews.
   
       
1:2 "BBC Feature Programme on Prostitution." [c1967] ccTMsS
draft with AMs revisions and notes; TMs draft, another
version, with AMs revisions; pc of same; excised poem; 4p.

"Beautiful." Excised poem, 1p.

"Bed." TMs draft (crossed out) on verso of a TMs draft
[reader's report], 1p.

"The Bereaved Swan." (See Series 2: MOTHER WHAT IS
MAN?: "Human Affection")

   
       
1:3 THE BEST BEAST.
"The Ass." AMs/TMs/ccTMs drafts and introductions, some
excised pages from mimeograph scripts, with AMs revisions
and illustrations, 25p.

"The bird bath." TMs draft with AMs revisions, 1p.

"CŠsar." TMs/ccTMs drafts with AMs revisions and
illustrations, 3p.

"The English." TMs/ccTMs drafts, 2p.
   
       
1:4 "The House of Over-Dew." Mimeograph script fragments with
AMs revisions, 1 copy signed; TMs draft introduction with
AMs revisions; 15p.

Text and illustration excised from an unknown
source, 3p.
   
       
1:5 "The Lady of the Well-Spring." TMs draft with AMs
revisions, 1p.

"O Pug (to the Brownes' pug dog, on my lap....)"
TMsS/ccTMs/pcTMs drafts in several versions with AMs
revisions and an AMs note (not in Stevie Smith's hand); excised poem;
7p.

"Oh Grateful Colours, Bright Looks!" TMs/ccTMs drafts and
mimeograph script fragments, with TMs introduction;
illustrations; excised poem; 11p.

"Piggy to Joey." TMs/ccTMs drafts and galley proof, 4p.

"A Soldier Dear to Us." TMs/TMsS drafts, 1 copy TMsS, in 3
versions with AMs revisions; illustrations; excised poem;
12p.

"Sweet Baby." TMs/ccTMs drafts in several versions with AMs
revisions; illustrations; galley proof; pc of Christmas
card for which the poem was used; 9p.

"Under Wrong Trees...or Freeing the Colonial Peoples."
AMsS/ccTMs drafts in several versions with AMs revisions
and AMs/TMs draft introductions; excised poem; 5p.
   
       
1:6 "The Wedding Photograph." TMs/ccTMs drafts in several
versions with AMs revisions; TMs/ccTMs draft introductions
in 2 versions with AMs revisions; illustration; galley
proof; excised poem; 9p.

"Why do you Rage?" AMs/TMs drafts in 2 versions with AMs
revisions and illustrations; galley proof with AMs notes;
excised poem; 4p.

"Widowhood of The Home-Coming of Lady Ross." TMsS/ccTMs
drafts with AMs revisions and notes; TMs draft
introduction; illustration; galley proof; excised poem; 6p.

Press cuttings of reviews including pc of a critical
commentary by Jerome McGann.
   
       
1:7 "Beyond Words." TMs/ccTMs drafts in 3 versions with AMs
revisions and notes, 12p.

"Black March." TMs draft in 3 versions, with AMs revisions;
illustrations; excised poem; 3p.

"Books, Plays, Poems. Poems by Living Poets." Mimeograph
script of a BBC school broadcast (8 Jun 1966) with AMs
revisions, 22p.

pcTMs [transcription] of Stevie Smith responses only with pcAMs
revisions, 6p.
   
       
1:8 "A British Song." TMs draft, 1p.

"The Bull and the Water Maid." TMs draft with AMs revisions
and notes, 1p.

"But Murderous." (See Series 2: "The Past")

CATS IN COLOUR. (Introduction and text by Stevie Smith).
Press cuttings of reviews.

["Cat asks Mouse out."] (See Series 2: NOT WAVING BUT
DROWNING: "Nipping Pussy's Feet in Fun")

"Ceux qui Lutient.... (See Series 2: "Nourish Me On An
Egg")

"Childhood and Interruption." TMs draft with AMs revisions
and illustration, 2p.

"Chronique des Lettres et des Arts 'Stevie Smith'."
Mimeograph French broadcast [c1953] written by Kay Dick,
6p, including pcALs Mary Hutchinson >Stevie Smith (24 Jun 1965).
   
       
1:9 THE COLLECTED POEMS OF STEVIE SMITH.
"Book Talk." Mimeograph BBC script book review by Anthony
Thwaite, 31 Jul 1975, 2p.

"Critics Forum." pcTMs draft BBC script book review, 6p.

"Kaleidoscope." pcTMs draft BBC script book review by
Vernon Scannell, 1 Aug 1975, 4p.

pc of critical review by David Bromwich appearing in
POETRY, Vol. 129, #3, Dec 1976.

"A Memorable Voice." pc of a critical review by Seamus
Heaney appearing in PREOCCUPATIONS: SELECTED PROSE, 1968-
1978.

"Delivered for a Time From Silence." pc of a critical
review by Steven Helmling appearing in PARNASSUS: POETRY IN
REVIEW, Vol. 6, 1977.

Press cuttings of reviews.
   
       
1:10 "Company." TMs/TMsS/ccTMs drafts in several versions with
AMs revisions; TMs draft introduction; illustrations;
galley proof; excised poem; 8p.

"Conversation over the washing up." (See Series 2:
"Fussy")

"Death." TMs draft with AMs revisions and AMs draft
introduction, 1p.

"Death of Cold." (See Series 2: "Poems and Drawings")

"The Debutante." TMs/ccTMs drafts and introduction in
several versions with AMs revisions, 5p.

"The Desert of Love." TMs/ccTMs drafts; TMs/ccTMs draft
introductions in 2 versions; illustration; 2p. (See also Series 2: "The Forsaken Lover")

"Doubt and Belief." AMsS/TMs/ccTMs drafts in 2 versions;
illustrations; 3p.
   
       
  Drawings    
1:11 Unidentified drawings, 239 pieces.    
1:12 67 pieces.    
1:13 64 pieces.    
       
1:14 "A Dream." TMs drafts in 2 versions with AMs revisions, 4p;
poem as it appears in AMBIT, #28, 1966.

["The Dressing Gown."] TMs draft in 2 versions with AMs
revisions, 4p.

"The Easter Rose." TMs/ccTMs drafts in several versions
with AMs revisions, 4p.

"Enemy and Action." (See Series 1: Correspondence: BBC;
Chatto & Windus, 14 Jun 1946; EVENING STANDARD, 1946;
HARPERS BAZAAR, 1946; THE HOLIDAY BOOK, 1946.

["Envy and Contempt."] AMs draft with AMs unidentified
draft on verso, 1p.

"Epitaph." Excised poem, 1p.

["Essay on Death."] TMs draft essay with AMs revisions, 4p;
pcTLS THE OBSERVER >Stevie Smith, 18 Sept 1968.

["Essay on the Pope."] TMs draft and draft fragments of an
article in 4 versions, with AMs revisions, 6p.

"Festival of Poetry." Programme for a poetry festival, with
Stevie Smith among the participants; held at the Royal Court Theatre,
Jul 1963, and presented by The Poetry Book Society; related
press cuttings.

"The Fiend." TMs draft with AMs revisions, 1p.

"The Forsaken Lover." TMs/ccTMs drafts in 2 versions, with
AMs revisions, 2p. (See also Series 2: "How Far can you
Press a Poet?")

"Friend and Neighbour." TMs/ccTMs drafts with AMs revisions
and illustrations, 2p.
   
       
1:15 THE FROG PRINCE AND OTHER POEMS.
"Angel Face." TMs/ccTMs drafts with AMs revisions in
several versions, 4p. (See also Series 2: "La Robe
Chemise")

"'Animula, vagula, blandula'." ccTMs draft with AMs
revisions and notes, 1p.

"Avondale." TMs draft with AMs revisions, 1p.

"Avondall." TMs draft and introduction; illustration with
AMs note; galley proof; excised poem; 5p.

"The Bereaved Swan." (See Series 2: MOTHER, WHAT IS MAN?:
"Human Affection")

"The Best Beast of the Fat-Stock Show at Earls Court."
TMs/ccTMs/pcTMs drafts and illustrations with AMs revisions
and notes; excised poem; fan mail; 6p.

"The Crown of Gold." TMsS/ccTMs drafts with AMs revisions,
2p.

"Darling Daughters." (See Series 2: THE FROG PRINCE AND
OTHER POEMS: On verso of "O Happy Dogs of England")

"The Days of Yore." AMs/TMs drafts with AMs revisions, 2p.

"Dear Child of God." TMs/ccTMs drafts in several versions
with AMs revisions; excised poem; 8p. (See also Series 2:
"When One")

"A Dream of Nourishment." TMs draft with AMs revisions in
2 versions, 2p.

"Easy." TMs draft introduction in 2 versions, and galley
proof with AMs revisions, 5p.
   
       
1:16 "Emily writes such a good letter." ccTMs draft and excised
poem, 2p.

"Everything is swimming." ccTMs draft, 1p.

"Exeat." TMs/ccTMs drafts with TMs/ccTMs draft introduction
in several versions with AMs revisions; excised poem; 7p.

"Fairy Story." TMs/TMsS/ccTMsS/ccTMs drafts in 2 versions
with AMs revisions and introduction, 7p.

"Fish, Fish." ccTMsS/TMs drafts in 3 versions with AMs
revisions and TMs draft introduction, 6p.

"Friends of the River Trent." TMs draft, 1p.
   
       
1:17 "The Frog Prince." TMs/TMsS/ccTMsS/pcTMs drafts in
several versions with AMs revisions; AMs/TMs draft
introduction in several versions, 15p.

Illustrations, 3 pieces.

Galley proof with AMs note.

Excised poem, 2 copies.

(See also Series 2: "The Living Poet")
   
       
1:18 "The Grange." TMs/TMsS/ccTMs drafts in 2 versions with AMs
revisions; excised poem; 5p.

"A House of Mercy." ccTMs/TMs drafts in 3 versions with AMs
revisions; illustrations; excised poem; 4p. (See also Series 2: THE BEST BEAST: On verso of "Widowhood or The
Home-Coming of Lady Ross")

"How Cruel is the Story of Eve." TMs draft, draft
fragments, and introduction, with AMs revisions, 4p.

"Hymn to the Seal." AMs/TMs/ccTMsS/ccTMs drafts in several
versions with AMs revisions; AMs/TMs draft introduction in
2 versions; galley proof; excised poem; 13p.

"I am a Girl who Loves to Shoot." TMs draft, 2p.

"I Love." Excised poem, 1p.

"I Wish." TMsS/ccTMs drafts in several versions with AMs
revisions and notes, 5p.
   
       
1:19 "Is it Happy?" ccTMs/TMs drafts in 2 versions with AMs
revisions; TMs draft introduction with AMs revisions;
illustrations; 7p.

"The Last Turn of the Screw." TMsS draft and TMs/ccTMs
draft introduction in 2 versions with AMs revisions; galley
proof with AMs revisions; press cuttings in which the poem
is mentioned; 9p.

"The Listener." TMs/ccTMs drafts with AMs revisions and
illustrations, 3p.

"Lord Say-and-Seal." AMs/ccTMs drafts, 2p. (See also Series 2: THE FROG PRINCE AND OTHER POEMS: "Voice from the
Tomb," and "Yes, I know")

"Monsieur Pussy-Cat, blackmailer." TMs/ccTMs drafts in 3
versions with AMs revisions; illustrations; galley proof;
excised poem; 6p.

"Mrs. Arbuthnot." TMs/ccTMs drafts; excised poem; 5p. (See
also Series 2: "Nourish Me On An Egg")

"Mutchmore and Not-So." pcAMs/TMs/TMsS/ccTMs/pcTMsS drafts
in 2 versions with AMs revisions and pc illustrations, 6p.
   
       
1:20 "Night Thoughts." TMsS draft with AMs revisions; excised
poem; 5p.

"Nodding." TMs/ccTMs drafts in 2 versions with AMs
revisions; galley proof; 4p.

"Northumberland House." TMs/ccTMsS drafts with AMs
revisions and notes; illustrations; galley proof; 5p.

"November." AMs/TMs/ccTMs drafts in 2 versions with AMs
revisions; excised poem; 4p.

"O Happy Dogs of England." TMs draft and introduction, AMs
revisions; illustrations; galley proof; 5p. (See also Series 2: TENDER ONLY TO ONE: "A Father for a Fool")
   
       
2:1 "Oh Christianity, Christianity." TMs draft and TMs/AMs
draft introduction in 2 versions; illustrations; galley
proof with AMs revisions; 5p.

Editorial excised from THE FRIEND (a Quaker weekly
journal), 29 May 1964.

Fan mail.

(See also Series 2: ["Some Impediments to Christian
Committment"]
   
       
2:2 "On Walking Slowly After an Accident." TMs draft originally
entitled "On Walking Slowly (after an illness)," with AMs
revisions, 1p.

"Pearl." AMs/TMs/ccTMs drafts in several versions with AMs
revisions; AMs/TMs/ccTMs draft introductions in several
versions with AMs revisions; 7p.

(See also Series 2: TENDER ONLY TO ONE: "The Lads
of the Village")

"The Persian." AMs/TMs drafts and TMs draft introduction
with AMs revisions; illustrations; galley proof; 4p.

"PhŠdre." TMs drafts in 2 versions with AMs revisions;
AMs/TMs/ccTMs draft introduction in 3 versions; galley
proof; excised poem; 11p.

"Pretty." TMsS/ccTMsS drafts in 2 versions with AMs
revisions and illustrations; excised poem; 7p.

"Saffron." TMs draft with AMs revisions and excised poem,
1p.

"Si peu s‚duisante." TMs draft with AMs revisions;
illustrations; galley proof; excised poem; 3p.

"The Small Lady." TMs/ccTMs drafts in 2 versions with AMs
revisions and illustrations, 5p.

"So can anger..." TMs/ccTMs drafts with AMs revisions; AMs
draft introduction (crossed out); 2p.

"Some are Born." ccTMs drafts with AMs revisions and
introduction; galley proof; 3p. (See also Series 2: THE
FROG PRINCE AND OTHER POEMS: "The Wedding Photograph")

"The Story I have Told." ccTMs draft and TMs draft
introduction with AMs revisions; galley proof with AMs
revisions; 8p.

(See also Series 2: TENDER ONLY TO ONE: "A Father
for a Fool")

"Tenuous and Precarious." AMs/TMs/ccTMs drafts with
TMs/ccTMs draft introductions in several versions; galley
proof; excised poem; 12p.

(See also Series 2: "The Living Poet")
   
       
2:3  "v." TMs/TMsS/ccTMs drafts with AMs revisions; AMs draft
introduction; excised poem; 9p.

(See also Series 2: THE FROG PRINCE AND OTHER
STORIES: "Yes, I know")

"Valuable." TMs/ccTMs drafts and introduction, with AMs
revisions and illustrations; galley proof; excised poem;
6p.

"Venus When Young Choosing Death." TMs/TMsS/
ccTMs/ccTMsS drafts in 2 versions with AMs revisions and
illustrations (not used), 5p.

"Voice from the Tomb (1)-(4)." AMs/TMs/ccTMs drafts and
introductions, some copies signed, in several versions with
AMs revisions and illustrations, 32p.

Fragments of galley proof.

(See also Series 2: HAROLD'S LEAP: "To School!")

"When the wind..." Galley proof with AMs revisions, 1p.

"Yes, I know." TMs/TMsS/ccTMs drafts in several versions
with AMs revisions; AMs/TMs draft introductions in several
versions; 11p.

Illustrations (not used).

Galley proof.

Excised poem, 2 copies.

(See also Series 2: THE FROG PRINCE AND OTHER
POEMS: "v.")

TMs draft introductions, with AMs revisions and notes, to
various poems within the collection; TMs fragment; 5p.

Partial galley proofs of entire edition with AMs revisions
and editor's marks.
   
2:4 Press cuttings of reviews.    
       
2:5 "From My Post-Bag. (Mixed.)" TMs draft [advice column] with
AMs revisions, 4p.

"From the French." ccTMs draft and excised poem, 2p.

"From the Latin." Text and illustration excised from an
unknown source, 1p. (See also Series 2: "Poems and
Drawings")

"Fussy." TMs/TMsS/ccTMs drafts in several versions with AMs
revisions and illustrations, 5p.

"Getting rid of Sadie..." AMs draft fragment; excised short
story; related correspondence; 8p. (See also Series 2: ME
AGAIN; SERIES I: Correspondence: EVENING STANDARD, 1955;
DAILY EXPRESS, May 1956)

["Girl in Grass."] TMs list of people to whom the above
title was to be sent with pcTMs of same, 2p.
   
       
2:6 A GOOD TIME WAS HAD BY ALL.
"All Things Pass." Illustrations, 1p.

"Bag-Snatching in Dublin." Illustration, 1p.

"Bandol (Var)." ccTMsS draft, 1p.

"The Bereaved Swan." (See Series 2: MOTHER WHAT IS MAN?:
"Human Affection")

"Chaps." ccTMs draft originally entitled "Private Means is
Dead," with AMs revisions and illustration, 2p.

"Death of the Dog Belvoir." (See Series 2: A GOOD TIME
WAS HAD BY ALL: "Numbers")

"Death of Mr. Mounsel." TMs/ccTMs drafts with AMs
revisions, 2p.

"Does No Love Last?" Illustration, 1p.

"Dream." Illustration, 1p.

"Egocentric." Illustrations, 2p.

"Es war einmal." Illustration (not used), 1p.

"How Far can you Press a Poet?" TMsS draft, 1p.

"Louise." TMs/ccTMs drafts with AMs note, 4p.

"Major Macroo." TMs/ccTMs draft with AMs note, 2p.

"Mrs. Simpkins." ccTMs draft with AMs note, 1p.

"Now Pine-Needles." Illustration, 1p.

"Numbers." TMs/TMsS/ccTMs drafts, 3p.

"The Reason." AMsS draft with illustration, 1p.

"The River Deben." Illustration, 1p.

"To Carry the Child." TMs/ccTMsS/ccTMs
drafts in 3 versions with AMs revisions; TMs draft
introduction with AMs revisions, 9p.

Illustration (not used).

Galley proof with AMs revisions.

Excised poem; 8p.

"Who Killed Lawless Lean?" Illustration (not used), 1p.
   
2:7 Fan mail.

Press cuttings of reviews.
   
       
2:8 "Great Unaffected Vampires and the Moon." ccTMs draft with
AMs revisions, 2p.

["The grief of an unquiet mind...."] (See Series 2:
"Poems and Drawings")

HAPPY DAYS AND HOLIDAYS. pc of press cutting mentioning
Stevie Smith's contribution to. (See also Series 1: Correspondence:
Phoenix House Ltd., 1948)
   
       
2:9 HAROLD'S LEAP.
"The After-thought." Illustrations, 2p.

"The Ambassador." TMs draft with AMs notes and
illustration, 3p.

"Behind the Knight." TMs/ccTMs drafts and introductions in
2 versions with AMs revisions and illustrations; excised
poem; 5p.

"The Broken Friendship." TMsS draft with AMs revisions, 2p.

"The Castle." TMs draft and introduction in several
versions with AMs revisions; illustration; galley proof;
excised page from an unknown source; 7p.

"The Celtic Lady." AMs draft and illustration with AMs
notes on verso, 1p.

"Cool and Plain." TMs draft and illustration, 5p.

"Cool as a Cucumber." Illustrations, 2p.

"The Crown of Bays." Illustrations, 2p.

"Death-bed of a Financier." AMs/ccTMs draft with AMs notes
and introduction; illustration; 5p.

Excised poem.

(See also Series 2: HAROLD'S LEAP: "To School!")

"The Death Sentence." Illustration, 1p.

"Deeply Morbid." Illustration, 1p.

"The Deserter." TMs/ccTMs draft and introduction in 2
versions, with AMs revisions, 3p. (See also Series 2:
HAROLD'S LEAP: "To School!"; "The Living Poet.")

"Do Not!" Illustration, 1p.
   
2:10 "Do Take Muriel Out." TMs/ccTMs drafts in 3 versions with
AMs revisions; TMs/ccTMs draft introduction in several
versions with AMs revisions; galley proof with AMs
revisions; 9p.

"Drugs Made Pauline Vague." Illustrations, 2p. (See also Series 2: HAROLD'S LEAP: "The Broken Friendship")

"'Duty was his Lodestar'." TMs draft with AMs revisions and
notes, 1p.

"The Ghost of Ware." TMs/ccTMs drafts with AMs notes, 2p.

"God and Man." TMs/ccTMs drafts with AMs revisions;
TMs/ccTMs draft introductions in several versions with AMs
revisions; galley proof; 5p.

"Harold's Leap." TMs/ccTMs drafts in several versions with
AMs revisions; TMs draft introductions; illustration; 7p.

"Homage to John Cowper Powys." Illustrations, 2p.

"A humane Materialist at the Burning of a Heretic."
Illustration, 1p.

"I Am." TMs draft, 1p.

"I Forgive You." (See Series 2: HAROLD'S LEAP: "Behind
the Knight")

"I Remember." AMsS/TMs/ccTMs drafts in several versions
with AMs revisions, introduction, and notes; 1 copy with
AMs musical score on verso; 7p.

(See also Series 2: "The Living Poet")

"I rode with my darling..." TMs/ccTMs drafts and TMs/ccTMs
draft introduction in several versions, with AMs revisions,
6p.

"In Protocreation." Illustration, 1p.

"A Jew is Angry with his Friend who does not Believe in
Circumcision." Illustrations, 2p.

"Le Revenant." Illustrations, 1p.

"Le Singe Qui Swing." TMs/ccTMs drafts and introduction
with AMs revisions.

(See also Series 2: HAROLD'S LEAP: "Behind the
 Knight" and "'Duty was his Lodestar'")

"The Leader." Illlustration, 1p.

"Lightly Bound." TMs draft introduction and galley proof,
2p. (See also Series 2: HAROLD'S LEAP: "Wretched Woman")

"Little Child of Brightest Face." Illustration, 1p.
   
       
2:11 "Man is a Spirit." TMs draft and introduction in 2
versions, with AMs revisions; galley proof; TMs draft
[related introduction]; 4p. (See also Series 2: "My
Uncle")

"A Mother's Hearse." TMsS draft, 1p.

"Mr. Over." AMs/TMs/ccTMs draft in 2 versions with AMs
revisions and notes; AMs draft introduction in several
versions; illustrations; 4p.

"My Cats." TMs draft with AMs revisions and notes; AMs/TMs
draft introductions with AMs revisions; illustration;
galley proof; 6p.

"No Categories." TMs draft with AMs revisions and
illustration, 3p.

"Oh stubborn race of Cadmus' seed..." TMs/ccTMs draft with
AMs revisions; AMs/TMs/ccTMs draft introduction in several
versions with AMs revisions; illustration; 8p.

"The Orphan Reformed." TMs/ccTMs draft and TMs draft
introduction with AMs revisions; illustration; 5p.

"Our Office Cat." Illustration, 1p.
   
2:12 "Pad, pad." TMs draft and introduction; illustration; 4p.

"Persephone in Winter." TMs draft, 1p.

"The Rehearsal." Illustration, 1p.

"The Ride." Illustration, 1p.

"The River God." TMs/ccTMs draft in 2 versions with AMs
revisions; AMs/TMs draft introduction in several versions
with AMs revisions; illustration; 5p.

"The Roman Road. (A Christian speaks to a Lion in the
Arena)." TMs/ccTMs drafts and introductions in several
versions, with AMs revisions, 6p.

(See also Series 2: THE BEST BEAST: "Why do you
rage?"; HAROLD'S LEAP: "'Duty was his Lodestar'")

"A Shooting Incident." Illustration, 1p.

"Thank you." Illustration, 2p.

"To Dean Inge Lecturing on Origen." TMs/ccTMs drafts in 2
versions; illustration; 5p.

"To School!" TMs/ccTMs drafts in several versions with AMs
revisions; TMs/ccTMs draft introduction in several versions
with AMs revisions; illustration; 5p.

"Touch and Go." TMs draft, 1p.

"Voices about the Princess Anemone." TMs draft and AMs/TMs
draft introduction in 2 versions with AMs revisions;
illustration; galley proof; 4p.

"The Wanderer." TMsS draft; illustration (not used); 2p.

"The Warden." TMs/ccTMs drafts and introductions in several
versions, with AMs revisions; illustration; 8p.

"The Weak Monk." TMs draft and introduction, with AMs
revisions and notes; illustrations, 2p.

"Who Shot Eugenie?" Illustrations (one version not used),
2p.

"Wretched Woman." TMs draft and introduction, with AMs
revisions; galley proof. (See also Series 2: HAROLD'S
LEAP: "Lightly Bound")
   
2:13 AMs transcription (not Stevie Smith) of a list of Stevie Smith's corrections as
given to Kathleen Farrell, 1p.

Dust jacket.

pc of publisher's announcement.

Press cuttings of reviews.

Book Centre Ltd. stock issue form.
   
       
2:14 "Have Done, Gudrun. Excised poem, 1p.

"He preferred." AMs/TMs/ccTMs drafts in 2 versions with AMs
revisions and illustrations, 4p.

"Heartless." TMsS/ccTMs in 2 versions with AMs revisions
and notes; excised poem; 4p.

"Helen comes to Town." pc of short story appearing in
MODERN WOMAN, Jul 1944, 1p.

["Henry Wilberforce."] (See Series 2: "Poems and
Drawings")

"The Holiday." TMs draft and excised poem, 2p.
   
       
2:15 THE HOLIDAY.
TMs/ccTMs draft novel with AMs revisions, 106p.
   
2:16 127p.    
2:17 21p; includes [deleted or discarded text], 66p.    
3:1 pc list of corrections to text, 2p.

"Some Women Writers." Critical review by Inez Holden
excised from NINETEENTH CENTURY AND AFTER, Vol. 146, No.
870, Aug 49, 3 copies.

TMs draft review with AMs revisions, by J. D. Scott, 4p; pc
of same.

AN [WMc or JVB], 1p.

pc of dust jacket blurbs.

Press cuttings of reviews.

(See also Series 2: Book Reviews: 8:2.26)
   
       
3:2 "The Horrible Man." (See Series 2: SELECTED POEMS:
"Portrait")

"The Hound Puss." pc of excised poem, 1p.

["How fares it with you, Mrs. Cooper...."] TMs draft with
 AMs revisions, 1p.

"How Slowly Time Lengthens." (See Series 2: TENDER ONLY
TO ONE: "A Father for a Fool")

"How to Read Books." pc of an essay appearing in DISCOVERY
AND ROMANCE FOR BOYS AND GIRLS. Vol 2, 1947, 6p.

"Huderina Elegans." TMs draft, crossed out, 1p.

"I walked in the graveyard..." TMs draft in 3 versions with
AMs revisions, 3p.

"Ignes Fatui." TMs draft crossed out, 1p.

"I'll have your Heart!" TMs/ccTMs drafts and introductions,
with AMs revisions and illustrations, 5p. (See also Series 2: "The Living Poet")

"In My Dreams." TMs draft, 1p.

"In the Beginning of the War." pc of a short story
appearing in LIFE AND LETTERS TO-DAY, Vol. 34, No. 60, Aug
1942.

pcTMs acknowledgement of this and previous short stories,
1p.

(See also Series 2: ME AGAIN)

"The Ironing-Board of Widow Twanky." pc of an essay
appearing in THE QUEEN, Vol. 219, 20 Dec 1961.

"Is There a Life Beyond the Gravy?" pc of short story; pc
press cutting of review appearing in AT CLOSE OF EVE. AN
ANTHOLOGY OF NEW CURIOUS STORIES; pcALS "Sally" >JVB, 25
Aug 1980; 10p.

"The Jungle Husband." (See Series 2: "The Living Poet")

"La Robe Chemise." TMs/ccTMsS drafts; excised poem; 3p.

"Le D‚sert de l'Amour." (See Series 2: THE FROG PRINCE
AND OTHER POEMS: "The Wedding Photograph")

"The Lesson." ccTMs drafts with AMs revisions, 2p.

"Like this (1) (Young man in an Asylum)." TMs/ccTMs drafts
in 2 versions, 4p. (See also Series 2: "Mort's Cry" and
"Like this (2) (Young girl in an Asylum")

"Like this (2) (Young girl in an Asylum)." TMs/ccTMs drafts
in several versions with AMs revisions, 4p.

"Lines Addressed to the Fountain in Fuller's Restaurant
Regent Street, West Side." TMs draft crossed out, 1p.

"The Little Birdies." TMs/ccTMs drafts in 3 versions with
AMs revisions and illustrations, 5p.
   
       
3:3 "The Living Poet."
Mimeograph script of a "Third Programme" broadcast, 7 Jun
63, 15p; ccTMs of same with AMs notes.
   
       
3:4 "A London Suburb."
(2) pcTLS London Borough of Enfield to JVB in reference to
the article.

TMs list of page notes and key to London map, 1p.

pc of a London map with AMs notations, 1p.

"Lulu." (See Series 2: "Poems and Drawings")
   
       
3:5 "Mabel." AMs draft, 1p.

"Magnificent Words." TMs/ccTMs drafts in 4 versions with
AMs revisions, 4p.

"Major Spruce." TMsS draft, 1p.

"Man thinks he was not..." TMs draft and illustration, 2p.

"Marriage I Think." (See Series 2: "Poems and Drawings")

"Miss Snooks." TMs drafts with AMs revisions, 2p.

"Mort's Cry." TMs/ccTMs drafts in several versions with AMs
revisions, 3p.
   
       
3:6 ME AGAIN.
pc of Introduction, 10p.

pcTMs of opening remarks in reference to essays and stories
used, 2p.

Set of 6 postcards bearing poems and illustrations taken
from the book.

AMs notes [WMcB or JVB] on a file folder in which ME AGAIN
materials were found.

Illustrations, 7p; 14 photo-negatives.

Publication announcements and blurbs.
   
3:7-8 pc press cuttings of reviews.    
       
3:9 ["Modern English Literature."] TMs draft talk with AMs
revisions, 22p.
   
       
3:10 MOTHER WHAT IS MAN?
"The Actress." TMs draft with AMs reviews and
illustrations, 3p.

"Advice to Young Children." TMs draft and introduction,
with illustrations, 2p.

"Ah, will the Saviour?" TMs/ccTMs drafts with AMs reviews;
TMs/ccTMs draft introductions in 2 versions; illustrations;
5p.

"AprŠs la Politique, la Haine des Bourbons." AMs draft and
TMs draft introduction, with illustrations (some not used),
3p.

"Autumn." Illustration, 1p.

"Be off!" Illustration, 1p. (See also Series 2: MOTHER
WHAT IS MAN?: "The Sliding Mountain")

"Bog-Face." TMs draft, introduction, and illustration, 2p.

"The Bottle of Aspirins." Illustration, 1p. (See also:
SERIES II: MOTHER WHAT IS MAN?: "The Conventionalist")

"The Broken Heart." Illustrations, 1p. (See also Series 2: MOTHER, WHAT IS MAN?: "Lady 'Rogue' Singleton")

"'Ceci est digne de gens sans Dieu'." Illustrations, 1p.

"Christmas." TMs/ccTMs drafts, 2p.

"The Conventionalist." TMs/TMsS drafts and illustrations,
3p.

"Conviction (i), (iii), (iv)." Illustrations, 2p.

"Croft." AMs draft and illustration, 3p.

"Death in the Rose Garden." Illustration, 1p.

"The Devil-my-Wife." TMs/ccTMs drafts; TMs/ccTMs draft
introductions in several versions with AMs revisions, 5p.

Illustrations, 2p.

Galley proof.

(See also Series 2: "A Father for a Fool"; TENDER
ONLY TO ONE)

"Dirge." ccTMs draft and TMs draft introduction, with AMs
revisions; illustrations and illustration reproduction; 3p.
(See also Series 2: On verso of "v.")

"Distractions and the Human Crowd." Illustration, 2p.

"The Face." Illustrations, 1p.

"The Failed Spirit." Signed illustration, 1p.

"The Film Star." AMs/TMs drafts with AMs revisions.

TMs draft introduction in 2 versions with AMs
revisions, 5p.

Illustrations (some not used).

Galley proof.

(See also Series 2: MOTHER WHAT IS MAN? "The
Actress" and "The Conventionalist")

"The Fool." Illustrations, 2p.

"Girls!" Illustrations, 2p.

"The Governess." ccTMs draft and introduction with AMs
revisions and illustration, 2p.
   
       
3:11 "Happiness." Signed illustration, 1p.

"Hast Du dich verirrt?" Illustrations, 1p.

"The Heavenly City." Illustrations, 1p.

"Human Affection." TMs/ccTMs drafts in 2 versions;
AMs/TMs/ccTMs draft introductions; 6p.

"If I lie down." Illustrations, 1p.

"In the Night." Illustration and pc of p57, 2p.

"A King in Funeral Procession." TMs draft with AMs notes,
1p.

"La Speakerine de Putney." Illustration, 1p.

"Lady 'Rogue' Singleton." AMs/TMs drafts and illustration,
4p.

"Le Majeur Ydow." Illustration, 1p. (See also Series 2:
MOTHER WHAT IS MAN?: "The Conventionalsit")

"The Little Daughters of America." Illustration, 1p. (See also Series 2: MOTHER WHAT IS MAN?: "The
Conventionalist")

"Lot's Wife." Illustration, 1p.

"Love Me!" Illustration, 1p.

"The Magic Morning." Illustration, 1p.

"A Man I am." TMs/ccTMs drafts, 2p.

"Mother." Illustration, 1p.

"Murder." Illustration, 1p.

"My Heart was Full." AMs draft and illustrations, 3p.
   
       
3:12 "Old Ghosts." Poem excised from unknown source with AMs
notes; illustrations; 2p.

"The Pleasures of Friendship." Illustration, 1p.

"Poet!" TMs/ccTMs drafts and pc of illustrations, 5p. (See also Series 2: A GOOD TIME WAS HAD BY ALL: "How Far can
you Press a Poet?"; MOTHER WHAT IS MAN?: "The
Conventionalist")

"The Recluse." TMs draft and introduction; excised poem;
galley proof; 4p.

"Recontres Funestes." TMs/ccTMs drafts; TMs/ccTMs draft
introductions with AMs revisions; illustrations; galley
proof; 6p.
 

(See also Series 2: HAROLD'S LEAP: "Pad, pad;"
MOTHER WHAT IS MAN? "The Conventionalist"; TENDER ONLY TO
ONE: "A Father for a Fool"))

"The Repentence of Lady T." TMs/ccTMs drafts with AMs notes
and illustrations (not used), 3p. (See also Series 2:
"The Living Poet")

"The Sad Heart." Illustrations, 2p.

"Satin-Clad." Illustration, 1p.

"She said..." TMs draft and illustration, 1p.

"The Sliding Mountain." TMs/ccTMs drafts and illustrations
(some not used), 3p.

"The Smile." TMs/ccTMs/ccTMsS drafts in 2 versions with AMs
revisions, 3p.

 "Thought." (See Series 2: MOTHER WHAT IS MAN?: "The
Conventionalist")

"Uncle Torquemada, does Beppo know about Jesus?"
Illustration, 1p.

"Unpopular, lonely and loving." Illustrations, 1p.

"Villains." Illustration, 1p.

"The Virtuoso." TMs draft and introduction with AMs
revisions and illustrations, 3p.

"Voices against England in the Night." Illustration, 1p.

"Where are you going?" Illustration, 1p.

"The White Thought." pc of p56. (See also Series 2:
MOTHER WHAT IS MAN?: "In the Night")

"The Wild Dog." Illustrations, 2p.

Fan mail.

   
       
3:13 pcTMs blurb.

Press cuttings of reviews.
   
       
3:14 MRS. KILLICK'S LUCK. Christina Fitzgerald. 1960. pc of a
forward written by Stevie Smith, 3p.

"Mrs. Midnight." TMsS/ccTMsS drafts with AMs notes, 2p.
(See also Series 2: "Great Unaffected Vampires and the
Moon")

"Much Further Out Than You Thought. Stevie Smith. (In
Conversation and Celebration)." pc of an interview and
commentary by Jonathan Williams appearing in PARNASSUS,
Spring/Summer 1974, 22p.

"My Boat is Drunk." TMs draft with AMs revisions, 1p.

"My Hero." TMsS draft article with AMs revisions, appearing
in VOGUE; TMs draft fragment of another version with AMs
revisions; pc of related correspondence; 11p.

"My Tortoise." ccTMs draft with AMs revisions and page
proofs, 3p.

"My Uncle." TMs draft and introduction, 1p.
   
       
3:15 "The Necessity of Not Believing."
TMs draft lecture with AMs revisions and notes, p1-7,
10-12, 14-30.

ccTMsS draft, another version, with AMs revisions. p1-8,
[8a], 9, 11-27, [28-29].

pc of the article appearing in an unknown source. (See
also Series 1: Correspondence: Cambridge Humanists, The)
 
   
       
3:16 ["N'etait-ce pas assez de ne me point hair."] Illustration,
2p. (See also Series 2: MOTHER WHAT IS MAN?: "The Sliding
Mountain")

"News." TMs draft with AMs revisions, 1p.

"No Love. (Girl in a Home)." TMs/ccTMs drafts with AMs
revisions, 2p.

["Nobody wants to have a child around."] TMs/ccTMs drafts
with AMs revisions; AMs unidentified draft on verso; 2p.
   
       
4:1 NOT WAVING BUT DROWNING.
Illustration and illustration reproductions for title page,
2p.

"I. An Agnostic (of his religious friend)." AMs/TMs draft
introductions; excised poem; 3p. (See also Series 2:
["Some Impediments to Christian Committment"])

"The Airy Christ." ccTMs draft and introduction with AMs
revisions and illustrations (not used), 3p.

"Anger's Freeing Power." Illustration; galley proof; press
cuttings of reviews, 6p.

"At School." ccTMs/pcTMs drafts with pcAMs revisions and
notes; AMs/TMs draft introductions in 3 versions; galley
proof; 10p.

"Away, Melancholy." TMs/ccTMs drafts; illustrations; 10p.
(See also Series 2: ["Some Impediments to Christian
Committment"])

"The Blue from Heaven." TMs/ccTMs drafts in several
versions with AMs revisions; AMs draft introduction;
illustration; 10p.

"But Murderous." ccTMs draft; TMs draft introduction in 2
versions with AMs revisions; galley proof; 4p. (See also Series 2: NOT WAVING BUT DROWNING: "The Past")

"Can it Be?" TMs/ccTMs/pcTMs drafts and introduction, 3p.

"Cat Asks Mouse Out." AMs draft, 1p. (See also Series 2:
NOT WAVING BUT DROWNING: "Nipping Pussy's Feet in Fun")

"The Celts." TMs draft and introduction; excised poem; 2p.

"The Choosers." TMs draft and introduction; illustration
(not used); galley proof; 4p.

"'Come on, Come back'." TMs draft and introduction, in 2
versions, with AMs revisions; illustrations (not used); 9p.
   
       
4:2 "Dear Little Sermio."  TMs draft and introduction with AMs
revisions and illustrations, 2p. (See also Series 2:
SELECTED POEMS: "The Lads of the Village")

"Dido's Farewell to Aeneas." TMs draft with AMs
introduction and revisions, 1p.

"Die Lorelei." Excised poem, 2 copies.

"A Dream of Comparison." TMs draft and introduction, in 2
versions, with AMs revisions, 4p.

"The Engine Drain." TMs draft and introduction with AMs
revisions and printer's marks, 3p.

"The English Visitor." TMs/ccTMs draft in 2 versions with
AMs revisions, 3p.

"Evangelie or The Figure of Literary Corruption, seeking
Glory not Truth." TMs draft and introduction, with AMs
revisions, 1p.

"Every Lovely Limb's a Desolation." Illustration
reproduction, 1p.

"Fafnir and the Knights." TMs/ccTMs drafts in several
versions with AMs revisions; TMs draft introduction in 3
versions with AMs revisions; illustration; 10p

"Farewell." TMs/ccTMs drafts in several versions with AMs
revisions and illustration, 6p.

"The Frozen Lake." TMs/ccTMsS drafts and illustration;
excised poem; 8p.

"God the Eater." TMs/ccTMs drafts with AMs revisions, 2p.

"The Jungle Husband." TMs/ccTMs drafts and introduction,
with AMs revisions and illustration, 4p.

"King Hamlet's Ghost." TMs/ccTMs draft and introduction,
with AMs revisions and illustration, 3p.

"Loin de l'Etre." ccTMs draft, 1p.

"Longing for Death because of Feebleness." AMs/TMs/ccTMs
drafts and introductions, in several versions, with AMs
revisions; illustration; 8p.

"Look!" TMs/ccTMs drafts with AMs revisions and AMs draft
introduction (not in Stevie Smith's hand); excised poem; 3p.

(See also Series 2: SELECTED POEMS: Illustration
for "From the French")
   
       
4:3 "Magna [est] Veritas." Excised poem, 1p.

"My Cat Major." Illustrations and excised poem, 4p.

"My Hat." Excised poem, 1p.

"My Heart goes out." AMs/TMs/ccTMs drafts and
introductions, in several versions, with AMs revisions and
illustrations; excised poem; 11p.

"The New Age." TMs/ccTMs with AMs revisions and
illustration; excised poem; 4p.

"Nipping Pussy's Feet in Fun." AMs/TMsS drafts, 2p.

"Not Waving but Drowning." AMs/AMsS/TMs/ccTMs drafts and
introductions, in several versions, with AMs revisions, 6p.

Illustration (not used).

Excised poem.

(See also Series 2: "The Living Poet"; "Nourish Me
On An Egg")

"The Occasional Yarrow." ccTMs draft, 1p.

"Oh What is the Thing He Done?" Illustration, 1p.

"The Old Sweet Dove of Wiveton." TMs/ccTMs draft in 2
versions with AMs revisions; TMs draft introduction with
AMs revisions; illustrations; excised poem; 5p.

"The Past." TMs draft with AMs draft introduction, 1p.

"The Pearl." TMsS draft with AMs revisions, 1p.

"II. A Religious man (of his agnostic friend)." (See Series 2: NOT WAVING BUT DROWNING: "I. An Agnostic (of his
religious friend)" and ["Some Impediments to Christian
Committment"]

"Saint Anthony and the Rose of Life." TMsS/ccTMs drafts and
introductions in 2 versions, with AMs revisions, 3p.

"The Singing Cat." Excised poem, 1p.

"Songe d'Athalie (from Racine)." TMs/ccTMs drafts in 2
versions with AMs revisions, 2p.

TMs draft introduction with AMs revisions and
suggestions for visual and sound effects, 1p.

Illustration, 1p.

"The Starling." TMs draft with AMs revisions and AMs draft
introduction, 2p.

"This is Disgraceful and Abominable." TMs draft with AMs
revisions, 1p.

"'What is she writing? Perhaps it will be good'."
Illustration, 1p.

"Who is this Who Howls and Mutters?" TMs/ccTMs drafts and
introductions, in 2 versions, with AMs revisions, 2p.

"Why are the Clergy...? TMs/ccTMs drafts; excised poem; 3p.

"Will Man Ever Face Fact and not Feel Flat? TMs/ccTMs
drafts; TMs draft introduction with AMs revisions; excised
poem; 3p.
   
       
4:4 pc press cuttings of reviews.

"Nourish Me On An Egg." pc of an excised poem.
   
       
4:5 NOVEL ON YELLOW PAPER
ccTMs "Key to NOVEL ON YELLOW PAPER" with AMs notes (not
Stevie Smith) and transcription of a letter Helen Fowler to Bill
[McBrien], 17 Feb 1983, 2p.

pcTMs draft fragments with AN [WMc/JVB] refering to them as
photocopies of uncorrected original text replaced by pages
133a-165; 35p.
   
       
4:6 TMs/ccTMs draft fragments [of discarded text] with AMs
revisions and each page of text crossed out, 36p.

ccTMs [dust jacket blurbs], 2p.

AMs page notes [WMcB or JVB], 1p.
   
       
4:7 Press cuttings of reviews.    
       
4:8 Fan mail.

"The Octopus." (See Series 2: SELECTED POEMS: "Portrait")
   
       
4:9 "Of any help to him." TMs/ccTMs drafts with AMs revisions
and illustration, 2p.

"Oh Thou Pale intellectual Brow." TMs draft with AMs
revisions and illustration, 2p.

"The Old Poet." Excised poem with AMs notes, 1p.

"The Old Soul." TMs draft with AMs
revisions, 1p.

"On Being Neglected." TMs/ccTMsS drafts, 2p.

["On Death."] ccTMs draft collection of quotes by various
literati, 2p; pc of same.

["On my mind."] TMs draft article with AMs revisions, in 2
versions commissioned by THE SUNDAY TIMES, 9p; pcTLS Frank
T. R. Giles (Deputy Editor) >Stevie Smith, 12 Jun 68.

"Our Doggy." Proof pages with AMs notes, 2p.

"Overheard." TMs draft with AMs revisions, 1p.
   
       
4:10 OVER THE FRONTIER.
AMs page notes [WMc or JVB], 2p.

 Press cuttings of reviews.

Fan mail.

(See also Series 2: NOVEL ON YELLOW PAPER: Fan mail:
Pirn, Terrence A. and Spencer, Gwen M.)
   
       
4:11 ["People often ask me how I write my poems and why...."]
TMs draft BBC script with AMs revisions, 10p; ccTMs draft,
another version, with AMs revisions, 13p.

"The Photograph." (See Series 2: "Nourish Me On An Egg")

"Poems and Drawings." Poems and illustrations excised from
a piece for THE GRANTA MAY WEEK NUMBER, 9 Jun 1937.

"Poems by Stevie Smith." pcTMs script of a BBC broadcast,
28 Mar 1956, with pcAMs revisions, 11p.
   
       
4:12 "Poems."
Mimeograph script and fragments, in several versions, of a
BBC broadcast produced by Douglas Cleverdon, 29 Nov 1968,
p1, 4-10, 10-12, 16-43. (See also Series 2: "Poems, with
a Conversation")

pc of same, p27-36.
   
       
4:13 AMs draft introduction for "God the Drinker" and "The Ass,"
1p.

Fragment of another version with AMs revisions, p1-8.

Another copy with AMs revisions, p1-3, fragment, 9-30.
   
       
4:14 Another incomplete copy with AMs revisions, p1, 9-13, 17-
30.

p13-30.
   
       
4:15 p1, 2 fragments, 9-30.    
       
4:16 [A different version], p1-30.

Fragments with AMs revisions, 4p.
 
   
       
4:17 [POEMS.] Reader's report by [E.B.] on Stevie Smith's collection of
poems. TMs draft with AMs notes (by Stevie Smith), 3p.

"Poems, Drawings and Music." ccTMs draft script with AMs
revisions, 9p; pc of same.
 
   
       
5:1 "Poems, with a Conversation."
Mimeograph script of a BBC broadcast produced by Douglas
Cleverdon, 3 Sept 1968.

[Combination of script fragments from both "Poems, with a
Conversation" and "Poems"], with AMs revisions, 41p. (See
also Series 2: "Poems")
   
       
5:2 Another incomplete copy with AMs notes, revisions, and
illustrations, 32p.
   
5:3 p1, 4-8, 10-12, 16-21, unnumbered fragment, 22-36.

Additional copies of p16-36.
   
       
5:4 Fragments, 13p.    
       
5:5 "The Poet and the Pussycat." pcTMs draft short story, 9p.
 
   
       
5:6 ["The Poet Speaks."]
pcTMs draft introduction to a recorded poetry reading, 4p.
 
   
       
5:7 "The Poet Speaks."
Mimeograph script of a series of twenty recorded interviews
with contemporary poets, issued by The British Council, Nov
1963. Interview between Stevie Smith and Peter Orr on p56-61, with
AMs revisions.

"Portrait of a Fool." (See Series 2: "Poems and
Drawings")
 
   
       
5:8 "Professor Snooks Does His Best with a Grecian Fragment."
Page proof with AMs revisions, 1p.

["Rapunzel."] TMs/ccTMs drafts and introductions, 2p. (See
also Series 2: "The Living Poet")

Reader's reports.
PASQUALE. Tom Callow. pcTLsS reader's report, 2p. (See
also Series 1: Bodley Head, The)

THE RICE-SPROUT SONG. [E. Chang]. pcTLsS reader's report,
2p. (See also Series 1: Bodley Head, The)

TO PAUL WITH LOVE. Toni Howard. pcTLsS reader's report, 1p;
(See also Series 1: Bodley Head, The)

THE COMPASSIONATE LADY. [--- Joyce]. pcTLsS reader's
report, 2p. (See also Series 1: Bodley Head, The)

THE WAY TO PARADISE. Merlin Pearson Rogers. pcTMs draft
reader's report, 2p. (See also Series 1: Bodley Head, The)

THE COURTS OF MEMORY. [Frank] Rooney. pcTMsS draft reader's
report, 2p. (See also Series 1: Bodley Head, The)

THE HEEL OF SPRING. Frank Rooney. pcTLsS reader's report,
3p. (See also Series 1: Bodley Head, The)

THE PEOPLE OF THE HILL. Henry Treece. pcTLs reader's
report, 2p. (See also Series 1: Bodley Head, The)

IT HAD BEEN A MILD DELICATE NIGHT. [author unknown]. pcTLsS
reader's report, 2p. (See also Series 1: Bodley Head, The)

Recipes
["Jersey Milk."] AMs draft and illustration, 1p.

["Junket."] pc of a recipe contributed by Stevie Smith for THE
SHELTER COOKERY BOOK, 2p.

"Roaming." TMs draft with AMs revisions and illustration,
1p.

"Ruory [and Edith]." TMs/ccTMs drafts in several versions
with AMs revisions, 4p.

"Saint Foam and the Holy Child." TMs/ccTMs drafts in
several versions with AMs revisions; excised poem; 5p.

"The Same Place." pc of a short story appearing in
ALLCORTS: 2 (edited by Anne Thwaite), 1969; 2 copies.

"Sapphic." TMs/ccTMs drafts in several versions with AMs
revisions and illustration, 4p; AMs draft written onto p40
of AGENDA, Vol 4, No 5-6, Autumn 1966.

"Satan Speaks." TMs draft with AMs revisions, 2p.

"Schoolgirl." (See Series 2: SELECTED POEMS: "Portrait")
 
   
       
5:9 SCORPION AND OTHER POEMS.
Illustration for title page, 1p.

"Angel Boley." TMs drafts in 2 versions with AMs revisions;
mimeograph script fragment; illustrations (some not used);
13p.

"Archie and Tina." TMs/ccTMsS drafts in several versions
with AMs revisions; mimeograph fragments; illustrations
(some not used); 11p

"Cock-a-Doo." TMs/ccTMs drafts with AMs revisions and page
proofs, 4p.

"The Donkey." TMsS draft with AMs revisions, 1p.

"The Forlorn Sea." AMs/ccTMs drafts in several versions
with AMs revisions; illustrations (some not used); excised
poem; 5p.

"Francesca in Winter." TMs/ccTMs drafts with AMs revisions;
TMs draft introduction with AMs revisions; illustrations
(some not used); 6p.

"The Galloping Cat." TMs/ccTMs drafts and mimeograph script
fragments, with AMs revisions and notes; illustration;
excised poem; 12p.

"Grave by a Holm-Oak." AMs/TMs drafts in several versions
with AMs revisions; TMs draft introduction with AMs
revisions; excised poem; 9p.
   
       
5:10 "Hendecasyllables." AMs/TMs/ccTMs drafts in several
versions, with AMs revisions; illustrations (some not
used); excised poem; 8p.

"Her-zie." AMs/TMs/ccTMs drafts in several versions with
AMs revisions; AMs draft introduction; illustrations (some
not used); excised poem; 9p.

"Hippy-Mo." TMs/TMsS/ccTMs drafts in 3 versions, with AMs
revisions; TMs draft introduction with AMs revisions;
excised poem; fan mail; 9p.
   
       
5:11 "How do you see?" Article commissioned by THE GUARDIAN.
Illustrations, 1 copy with AMs list of poem titles on
verso.

Excised article.

Fan mail.
   
       
5:12 "Mrs. Blow and Her Animals." TMs/TMsS/ccTMs drafts in
several versions with AMs revisions and ccTMs draft
introduction, 8p.

Illustrations (some not used), 5p.

Excised poem.

"Nor we of Her to Him." TMs/ccTMs drafts in 3 versions with
AMs revisions; excised poem; 6p.

"Oblivion." AMs/TMsS drafts in several versions with AMs
revisions; illustrations (some not used), 5p.

 Excised poem.

(See also Series 2: SCORPION: On verso of "The
Stroke")

"The Poet Hin." pcAMs/TMsS drafts in 2 versions with AMs
revisions; illustrations (some not used); excised poem; 6p.

"The Sallow Bird." AMs/TMs/pcTMsS drafts in 3 versions with
AMs revisions; illustrations (some not used); excised poem;
4p.

"Scorpion." AMs/ccTMs drafts in 2 versions; excised poem
from NEW STATESMAN; 3p.

"The Sea-widow." AMs/TMs drafts with AMs revisions;
illustrations (some not used); mimeograph script fragments;
excised poem; 6p.

"Seymour and Chantelle or Un peu de vice." Illustration;
galley proof; excised poem; 4p.

"So to fatness come." AMs/pcTMs drafts in 2 versions;
mimeograph script fragments signed, with AMs revisions;
illustration; excised poem; 9p.

(See also Series 2: SCORPION: "Hendecasylables")

"The Stroke (For M)." AMs/TMsS drafts in 2 versions and
illustration, 3p.

"When Walking." AMs/TMs drafts and illustrations (some not
used); excised poem; 5p.

"The Word." TMs draft with AMs revisions and notes;
illustrations; excised poem; 4p.
   
       
5:13 Proposed contents including pc of poems as they appeared in
other sources, TMs poem, and preliminary pages, all with
editor's and printer's marks and notes, 49p.
   
5:14 Another copy.    
       
5:15 "The Poetry of Stevie Smith." pc excerpt of an introduction
to the Longmans edition of SCORPION AND OTHER POEMS by
Patric Dickinson.

Press cuttings of reviews.
   
       
5:16 SELECTED POEMS.
"Admire Cranmer!" TMs/ccTMs drafts in 2 versions with AMs
revisions; AMs draft introduction; illustration; 5p.

"From the French (Indolent Youth....)" Illustrations, 1p.

"From the French. (We shall never be one mummy....)"
TMs/ccTMs drafts and introduction, 3p.

"From the Italian. (An old Superstition)." TMs draft and
illustration, 2p.

"God Speaks." TMs drafts in 2 versions with AMs revisions;
illustration; 3p.

"I do not Speak." Illustrations, 1p.

"I Was so Full..." TMs/ccTMs drafts and illustrations, 5p.

"Is it Wise?" Illustrations, 1p.

"My Muse." TMs/TMsS/ccTMsS drafts in 2 versions with AMs
revisions; 1 copy ccTMsS with AMs list of titles and poems
contained within on verso, 4p,

Illustration.

"Poor Soul, poor Girl! (A Debutante)." Illustration, 1p.

"Portrait." Illustration and excised poem, 2p.

"The Queen and the Young Princess." Illustrations, 2p.

"Recognition not Enough." TMs/ccTMs drafts in 3 versions
with AMs revisions, 4p.
   
       
5:17 "Thoughts about the Christian Doctrine of Eternal Hell."
TMs/TMsS/ccTMs/ccTMsS drafts and introductions, in several
versions, with AMs revisions and notes, 25p.

Excised poem.

(See also Series 2: ["Some Impediments to
Christian Committment"])
   
       
6:1 "Thoughts about the Person from Porlock." TMs draft with
AMs revisions; AN "To dear Liz [Lutyens], from Stevie;" 4p.

TMs/ccTMs drafts and introductions in several
versions with AMs revisions and illustrations, 14p.

(See also Series 2: "The Living Poet")

"Thought is superior." TMs draft and illustration, 2p.

"Through the Parklands." TMs drafts and introduction, in 2
versions, with AMs revisions, 3p.

"Upon a Grave." Illustrations, 2p.

"Votaries of Both Sexes Cry First to Venus."
TMsS/ccTMs/ccTMs drafts in several versions with AMs
revisions and notes; ccTMs draft introduction with AMs
revisions, 4p.

Illustration.

"Was He Married?" TMs/ccTMs drafts in several versions with
AMs revisions; AMs/TMs/ccTMs draft introductions in several
versions with AMs revisions, 13p.

Illustrations.

Excised poem.

Fan mail.

(See also Series 2: "The Living Poet;" ["Some
Impediments to Christian Committment"])

"Was it not curious?" TMs/ccTMs/ccTMsS drafts in 2 versions
with AMs revisions; TMs/ccTMs draft introductions in
several versions with AMs revisions; illustrations; 13p.

(See also Series 2: "The Living Poet")
   
       
6:2 Specimen pages.

Publisher's announcement entitled, "Mr. Ogden Nash to Miss
Stevie Smith. A Bouquet on the American publication of her
SELECTED POEMS. 2 copies.

AMs list of missing [illustrations], 1P.

Press cuttings of reviews.

"She got up and went away." TMs draft, 1p.
   
       
6:3 SOME ARE MORE HUMAN THAN OTHERS.
Illustrations (originals and some reproductions), 18p. (See
also Series 2: HAROLD'S LEAP: "The Leader")

Fan mail including pcTLS Cyril Connolly (HORIZON) to Stevie Smith.

Press cuttings of reviews.
   
       
6;4 ["Some Impediments to Christian Committment."]
TMsS draft talk, with AMs revisions, given to the St.
Anne's Society (9 Dec 1968) on a subject chosen by the
Society; pi, 1-13, 13a, 14-18.

ccTMsS draft of previous TMs with AMs revisions and notes.
   
       
6:5 TMs draft, another version, with AMs revisions.

pcTMs of above TMs with text of some poems not included;
p1-3, [3a-b], 4-13, [13a-b], 14-15, [15a], 16-19, [19a-b].
   
       
6:6 TMs draft fragments of other versions, 15p; AMs/TMs notes
in reference to Andre Gide, 2p; unidentified mimeograph
fragment of a poem, 1p.
   
       
6:7 "Song in Time of War." TMs/ccTMs drafts in 2 versions
with AMs revisions, 2p.

["Soupier d'Angliterre."] AMs drafts and illustration,
1p.

"Souvenir de Jacky Vandenbroeck." (See Series 2: "Poems
and Drawings")

"The Spectre of My Ancient Youth." TMs draft with AMs
revisions and text crossed out, 1p.

"Sterilisation." ccTMs drafts in 2 versions with AMs
revisions, 1 copy with text crossed out, 2p.
   
       
6:8 "Stevie."
A play by Hugh Whitemore. Manhattan Theatre Club programme
from the 1979 production, 2 copies.

pc of excised pages from a theatre programme.

pc of excised pages from a programme of the Theatre Royal
Brighton 21 Feb 1977 production.
   
       
6:9 Promotional material for the Samuel Goldwyn Company
production of the film version. Includes biographical
material about the actors, photographs of scenes from the
film, and pcTMs production notes.
   
       
6:10 Press cuttings of reviews of stage and film productions.    
       
6:11 "Stevie Smith. A Portrait in Words and Music."
A literary and musical programme devised and edited by
Peter Dickinson and held at the GLC Purcell Room, 14 Mar
1985.

Press release; programme announcements.
Press cuttings.
   
       
6:12 STEVIE SMITH: A SELECTION. Edited by Hermione Lee. Press
cuttings of reviews.

"Stevie Smith Reads SELECTED POEMS. pc press cutting of a
review of the poetry reading.

STEVIE SMITH: SELECTED POEMS. Edited by James MacGibbon.
 Press cuttings of reviews.

"Stevie Smith's Birthday Album." Birthday card designed
with verses and illustrations from Stevie Smith's poems.
   
       
6:13 "The Story of a Story."
pc of a short story appearing in THE NEW SAVOY (edited by
Mara [Meulen] and Francis Wyndham), 1946. (See also Series 2:
 ME AGAIN)

pcTMs acknowlegement of previous appearances of this and
other short stories, 1p.

AN by [WMc or JVB].

"The Stream with Two Faces." TMs drafts in 3 versions with
AMs revisions and illustrations, 3p.

"Sunday at Home." TMs draft short story with AMs revisions,
dated 1949, 8p. Originally broadcast on BBC's "Third
Programme," n.d.

pcTMs acknowlegement of previous appearances of this and
other stories, with AMs notes, 1p.

pc of correspondence between BBC and Stevie Smith in reference to her
poetry readings, payments thereof, etc., 14s.
(See also Series 2: ME AGAIN)

"Surrounded By Children." pc of a short story appearing in
NEW STATESMAN AND NATION, 14 Jan 1939.

pcTMs acknowlegement of previous appearances of this and
other short stories, 1p.

(See also Series 2: ME AGAIN)
   
       
6:14 "Sylers Green."
pcTMs of a review (author unknown) entitled, "Walking in
the Woodland Wonderland," appearing in ST. JOHN'S PARISH
MAGAZINE, Aug 1971. 2 copies.

(See also: FROM THE THIRD PROGRAMME. AN
ANTHOLOGY online catalogue)

"Syler's Green. A Return Journey." pc of an essay appearing
in FROM THE THIRD PROGRAMME. A TEN-YEARS' ANTHOLOGY. 1956.

pc of a review by [Martin Armstrong] appearing in THE
LISTENER, 14 Aug 1947.

pcTLS from Jonathan Cape and from the BBC >Stevie Smith in reference
to the essay, 3s.
 
   
       
6:15 "Telly-me-Do." TMs drafts in 3 versions with AMs revisions,
3p.


TENDER ONLY TO ONE.
"The Abominable Lake." Excised poem, 1p.

"...and the clouds return after the rain." Illustration,
1p.

"Arabella." Illustrations, 2p.

"Brickenden, Hertfordshire." Illustrations, 2p.

"The Children of the Cross." Illustrations (not used), 2p.

"Come Death." AMsS/TMs drafts with AMs revisions in an
envelope marked: "Poem Stevie handed to me when I visited
her at [Torquay] Hospital she had [---] 'Death'."

AMs draft with AMs draft of an unidentified poem on
verso, 1p.

"Death's Ostracism." Galley proof, 2p. (See also Series 2: "A Father for a Fool")

"A Father for a Fool." ccTMs draft with AMs notes, with
text crossed out; excised poem; 3p.

"Flow, Flow, Flow." Illustrations (not used), 1p.

"Infelice." pcAMs draft with pcAMs notes by [WMc or JVB],
2p.

"La Gretchen de nos Jours." ccTMs draft and illustration
(not used), 2p.

"The Lads of the Village." TMsS draft, 1p.

"Mother, among the Dustbins." TMs/ccTMs drafts and
introduction, in several versions, with AMs revisions;
illustration (not used); 7p.

"One of Many." TMs/ccTMs drafts and introduction, in
several versions, with AMs revisions; illustration; 8p.

"Reversionary." Illustration. (See Series 2: HAROLD'S
LEAP: "Cool and Plain")

"Silence and Tears." TMs draft, 1p. (See also Series 2:
"A Father for a Fool")

"To a Dead Vole." AMs/TMs drafts with AMs revisions and
notes; TMs/ccTMs draft introductions in several versions
with AMs revisions; 5p.
   
       
6:16 pc of biographical blurb for dust jacket.

Press cuttings of reviews.
 
   
       
6:17 "The Tenth Stratford-Upon-Avon Poetry Festival." Programme
a 1963 poetry festival directed by Patrick Garland and held
at The Royal Shakespeare Theatre, with Stevie Smith names "Poet of
the Year."

"There is an Old Man." TMs draft with AMs revisions, 1p.

"There was a careful Wykehamist." TMs/ccTMs drafts with AMs
revisions, 4p.

["There was once a prince called Palamede...."] TMs draft
short story with AMs revisions, 3p.

"They Killed." TMs draft with AMs draft of [another poem],
1p.

["They Killed."] TMs/ccTMs draft with AMs revisions, 2p.

"This Heart is not Cold." TMs draft with AMs revisions, 1p.

"To School in Germany."
Excised short story appearing in EVENING STANDARD, c1955.

pcTMs acknowlegement of previous appearances of this and
other short stories, 1p.

(See also Series 2: ME AGAIN)

"To the Brownes' Cat." TMsS/ccTMs draft in 2 versions with
AMs revisions, 5p.

"To the Brownes' Hamster." (See Series 2: "To the
Brownes' Cat")

"Tom Snooks the Pundit." ccTMs draft with AMs revisions,
1p.
   
       
6:18 "Too Tired for Words."
Mimeograph script for a BBC "Third Programme" produced by
Douglas Cleverdon, pi, 1-11, 11-16, 16a, 16b, 17-26.

Article by the same title excised from MEDICAL WORLD, Vol
85, No. 6, Dec 1956.
   
       
6:19 "The True Tyrant or The Spirit of Duty Rebuked."
TMs/TMsS/ccTMs drafts in 2 versions with AMs reviews, 4p.

"Two Friends." (See Series 2: SELECTED POEMS: "Portrait")

TWO IN ONE.
Press cuttings of reviews.

"A Very Pleasant Evening." pc of a short story appearing in
ORION III: A MISCELLANY, 4p.; pc of reviews.

"The Vision." TMs draft with AMs revisions, 1p; AMs draft
musical score with AMs notes; excised poem; 4p.

"What Poems Are Made Of." Galley proof of article appearing
in VOGUE, inc.d.

"When One." TMs/ccTMs drafts in several versions with AMs
revisions; excised poem; 7p.

["Why d'You Believe?"] TMs/ccTMs drafts in 2 versions with
AMs revisions and illustrations, 6p.

"Wife's Lament at Hereford." TMs draft with AMs revisions,
1p.

"William the Dog." TMs/ccTMs drafts with AMs revisions, 2p.

"Winter Harvest." Announcement of a poetry reading
featuring Stevie Smith and others, [1968]. 3 copies.

"Woman's Hour. Poet Talking." pcTMs script extract from a
radio broadcast, 16 Feb 1970, with AMs revisions, 4p.

"The Women's Theatre Group."
Brochure, featuring a Stevie Smith drawing, advertising a small-scale
touring theatre company engaged in a performance of "Better
a Live Pompey Than a Dead Cyril," 1980/1981 season.
   
       
6:20 "Words." ccTMs draft with AMs revisions, 1p.

"World of Books." Mimeograph BBC script with AMs revisions,
for a talk by Stevie Smith, 17 Mar 1961, 5p; pc of same.

"World of Books." pcTMs script of a BBC interview between
John Horder and Stevie Smith, 28 Jan 1963, with AMs
revisions, 12p.

"The World of Books. Stevie Smith on Poetry." BBC broadcast
script with AMs revisions (some Stevie Smith's) 21 Dec 1961, 6p.

"X or Y?" TMs draft with AMs revisions and illustrations,
2p.
   
       
6:21 Unidentified ccTMs script with AMs notes and revisions,
12p.
 
   
       
6:22 Unidentified AMs/TMs/ccTMs/pcTMs poems, poem fragments, and
sketches.
   
       
6:23 ccTMs/pcTMs of Stevie Smith's literary vitae, 2p.

pc biographical/literary data excised from CONTEMPORARY
LITERARY CRITICISM. 1983.
   
 
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