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Joe Randolph Ackerley - Patricia Murphy correspondence, 1951-1968.

Author: J R Ackerley
Edition/Format:   eBook : Manuscript   Archival Material : English
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Collection consists of 68 letters, half of which are from J.R. Ackerley to Patricia Avis Strang Murphy the wife of Anglo-Irish poet Richard Murphy. The other 34 letters, addressed to Patricia, are from mutual friends of Ackerley and Murphy, which include Kingsley Amis, Dan Jacobson, Patrick Kavanagh, Bruce Montgomery, Edna O'Brien, Brian O'Nolan, Honor Tracy and Richard Murphy.
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Genre/Form: Correspondence
Named Person: Patricia Murphy; Kingsley Amis; Dan Jacobson; Patrick Kavanagh; Bruce Montgomery; Edna O'Brien; Flann O'Brien; Honor Tracy; Richard Murphy; J R Ackerley
Material Type: Manuscript, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: J R Ackerley
OCLC Number: 226990027
Description: 67 letters (129 pages)

Abstract:

Collection consists of 68 letters, half of which are from J.R. Ackerley to Patricia Avis Strang Murphy the wife of Anglo-Irish poet Richard Murphy. The other 34 letters, addressed to Patricia, are from mutual friends of Ackerley and Murphy, which include Kingsley Amis, Dan Jacobson, Patrick Kavanagh, Bruce Montgomery, Edna O'Brien, Brian O'Nolan, Honor Tracy and Richard Murphy.

Included with the collection is a lengthy essay prepared by Colin Franklin, which discusses Ackerley, his home life, his friendship with Patricia and Richard Murphy, and their work.

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