Subseries TP/3/4 - Prose

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GB GB1179 TP-TP/3-TP/3/4

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Prose

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  • 1931-1997 (Creation)

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A Song After Supper (London: Thames Publishing, 1990) and "A Cotton Town Boyhood" (1993). "Honeymoon" - on the married life of TBP and AMP; 1997. "Prose - talks, libretti, etc, short stories" - folder chiefly of prose items; 1931-c.1996. Includes A short community service; The arts & communication; booklet "People/Faces & Places"; folder of "serious verse"; A blackbird at my window. "Libretti" - in folder made of watercolour of All Saints Stamford: "The Night Creatures" and "Prelude to The Nocturnals". Miscellaneous writings, gathered together as follows: Biographical (1 folder; 3 items). Miscellaneous, including "A Bandsman's Composer" - tribute to John Golland (1 folder, 6 items); 1950s-c.1994. On music and the arts (1 folder, 9 items) - ?1960s. On vegetarianism and spirituality (1 folder, 2 items) - nd. Fiction (1 folder, 3 items) - 1933. Talks and broadcasts (1 folder, 7 items) - 1962-1967.

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