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Colin Stuart fonds

  • MsC-196
  • Fonds
  • [ca. 1950?]-2019

This fonds contains textual and photographic materials related to the life and literary work of Colin Stuart - a poet most active in the Vancouver literary scene in the 1960's and '70's. Personal setbacks limited the publishing of his poems, so the bulk of this fonds consists of multiple loose copies and drafts of an extensive body of work that spans almost 4 decades.

The contents of this archive have been divided into six series: Series 1: Manuscripts, drafts, and notes ([ca. 1964]-[before May 2018]).; Series 2: Correspondence (1964-2005); Series 3: Notebooks (1967-2018); Series 4: Photographs ([after 1973]-[2000?]); Series 5: Education and administrative ([195-]-1995); Series 6: Works by Duncan McNaughton and others ([ca. 1974]-2019). Series 1 has been divided into the following sub-series: Sub-series 1: Manuscripts and complete poems (1967-[200-]); Sub-series 2: Partial manuscripts, drafts, and notes ([ca. 1964]-[before May 2018]).

Stuart, Colin

"Hollywood Nights"

Alternate title: Belair (The Beach Head); Donor's Note: Notebooks, Foundational teachings, early poems; Donor's Note: Some of contents wow! Folder full of poems reread version of exegesis, You who now hold this alphabetic wand (paper clipped), The Play of Letters (title erased, Hollywood Nights plan, Blue booklet list, mythology see also Annual [?] love, Argonauts, Art and mythology, De_Mythologization, Folklore, Gods, Mother_goddesses, Myth, Religion-primitive, Sirens, Symbolism


"Donor's Note: Unusual birds, talking birds, Ms. Numbered, Memories of Africa, Songs of Solomon. red pen, Abiding by the law, tidings of the visible, Song of Solomon, After Nerval, Did you Not, Excommunications, talking birds, The Tomb of the Royal Gardener, Tidings, The Scene of Writing (top to bottom)

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