Letter: To Colin Hughes (February 1972).
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|Author||Jones, David (1895-1974)|
|Title||Letter: To Colin Hughes (February 1972).|
|Notes||David Jones expresses his concern that his failure to respond to a recent letter might imply a lack of appreciation for Colin Hughes' interest in 'In Parenthesis' / notes that he (Jones) has recently been overwhelmed with correspondence and has not been feeling up to answering much / wants to know how Hughes is and to alert him to and discuss an upcoming exhibition of Jones' work organised by Douglas Cleverdon for the National Book League in London / expresses annoyance about the lack of time given to prepare for the exhibition and his inability to do much from Harrow / provides details of private viewing of the exhibition / responds to Hughes' questions stemming from his reading of David Blamires' book ['David Jones: artist and writer', Manchester University Press, 1971] / Jones offers general praise and some comment on possible errors / explains his involvement with the project / notes that he has not re-read this letter before sending it to Hughes.|
|Item Date||4th February 1972|
|Creation place||Harrow, England (Google Maps)|
|File type||Compound Object|
|Repository name||National Library of Wales|
|Cataloguer||Alisa Miller and Alun Edwards|
|Copyright||The National Library of Wales / The David Jones Literary Estate|
|Digital repository||The First World War Poetry Digital Archive|