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Collection 3: Robert Hay Morrison further papers, 1968-2004

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Collection 3: Robert Hay Morrison further papers, 1968-2004

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MLMSS 10735

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n88XKvzn

Collection 3: Robert Hay Morrison further papers, 1968-2004

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Collection 3: Robert Hay Morrison further papers, 1968-2004

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Collection 3: Robert Hay Morrison further papers, 1968-2004

Date

1968-2004

Call Numbers

MLMSS 10735

Record Identifier

n88XKvzn
Physical Description

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0.51 metres of textual material (3 boxes)

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Fonds

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SCOPE AND CONTENTS

Contents

Family papers and poetry
Box 1 Papers regarding the publication "All I have is a Fountain" and "Hoard". North America accepted/published.
Box 2 Copies of book reviews, Manuscripts not out in Australia, many published in USA, Poems Destroyed, Rilke, Poems of Gerard de Nerval
Box 3 Correspondence with the Mitchell Library / State Library of...

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Collection 3: Robert Hay Morrison further papers, 1968-2004

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CONTEXTUAL INFORMATION

Source

Presented by Dr Robert G. B. Morrison, son of R. H. Morrison, September 2009

Administrative / Biographical history

R. H. Morrison was the son of William Allder Morrison, poet (q.v.). He studied modern languages at the University of Melbourne and was employed during the Second World war by the Australian army as an Italian translator. After the war he worked in radio and television news but from 1968 devoted himself full-time to poetry, translating and reviewing. He translated works by Russian, Spanish and Chinese poets as well as of Australians who had written in Russian, Ukrainian and Italian. His translations of the works of Paul Verlaine was issued as number 6 of the Hawthorn Poets series (1972). https://www.austlit.edu.au/austlit/page/A22219...

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MLMSS 10735

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n88XKvzn

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9585882

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