A Guide to the Letters of Andrew Glaze and Vasko Popa to Peter Hoy, 1968-1969 Glaze, Andrew, and Vasko Popa, Letters to Peter Hoy, 1968-1969 10870-a

A Guide to the Letters of Andrew Glaze and Vasko Popa to Peter Hoy, 1968-1969

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Accession Number 10870-a


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Repository
Special Collections, University of Virginia Library
Accession number
10870-a
Title
Letters of Andrew Glaze and Vasko Popa to Peter Hoy 1968-1969
Physical Characteristics
This collection consists of two letters.
Language
English

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Preferred Citation

Letters from Andrew Glaze and Vasko Popa to Peter Hoy, 1968-1969, Accession # 10870-a, Special Collections Dept., University of Virginia Library, Charlottesville, Va.

Acquisition Information

Both items were given to the Library by Peter Hoy, Merton College, Oxford, on September 25, 1989.


Scope and Content Information

This collection consists of two letters to Peter Hoy, French Tutor and Fellow Librarian at Merton College, Oxford, England, from Andrew Glaze and Vasko Popa.

Andrew Glaze, an American poet, expresses delight that Tony [Anthony Rudolf] (1942- ) the English poet and owner of the Menard Press, London, sent Hoy some of Glaze's poems and that Hoy would like to use them, June 27, 1968. He also discusses his technique of using the first person pronoun in his poetry.

Vasko Popa, the Yugoslavian poet, sends a postcard written in French thanking Hoy for a book, August 11, 1969.