|Creator:||Day Lewis, C. (Cecil), 1904-1972|
|Call Number:||MSS 0099, F0722|
|Language:||Materials entirely in English.|
|Abstract:||One typed letter and signed written by Cecil Day Lewis to author G. M. Young, with Day Lewis's embossed letterhead on first leaf, dated approximately 1930.|
|Physical Description:||1 item (7 pages)|
|Immediate Source of Acquisition:||Purchase, 2004.|
|Processing Information:||Processed and encoded by George Apodaca, March 2016. Finding aid prepared using Describing Archives: A Content Standard|
One typed letter and signed written by Cecil Day Lewis to author G. M. Young, with Day Lewis's embossed letterhead on first leaf, dated approximately 1930. The letter (56 typed-lines, with two manuscript annotations, in Day Lewis's pencil holograph) goes on to discuss, in some technical detail, the effects of rising rhythm and verbal stresses on a poem, and the differences between iambic and trochee verse. G.M. Young is the author of a number of books, including, Early Victorian England 1830-1865 and Last Essays; and also edited books of poetry by Thomas Hardy, Tennyson et al.
Box 44, F0722: Shelved in SPEC MSS 0099 manuscript boxes.
The collection is open for research.
MSS 0099, F0722, Lewis, Cecil Day, letter to G.M. Young, Special Collections, University of Delaware Library, Newark, Delaware.
This item forms part of MSS 0099 Miscellaneous Literary and Historical Manuscripts.
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|Cecil Day Lewis letter to G.M. Young, 1930||Box 44, F0722|