Fonds RC0035 - Jack Winter fonds

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Jack Winter fonds

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RC0035

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  • 1900-1995 (Creation)

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8.5 m of textual records, sound recordings and graphic material.

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(1936-)

Biographical history

Jack Winter was born on 19 April 1936 in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan. He was educated at McGill University in Montréal and the University of Toronto. He taught at both the University of Toronto and York University. While in Canada, he wrote plays for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation as well as for the stage; he published two books of poetry in 1957 and 1973 and one play in 1972. In 1976 he moved to England where he continued to write radio, television and stage plays. He has held the C. Day Lewis Fellowship of the Greater London Arts Association and the Arts Council of Great Britain Creative Writing Fellowship. Presently he lives in Bath and is a tutor of Creative Writing at the University of Bristol. In 1995 he published his first collection of poetry in Britain, Misplaced Persons.

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There have been six accruals. Four accruals from the 1970s have been combined and consist of stage plays, radio and television material, his thesis on T.S. Eliot and other related works, articles and book reviews, poetry, and correspondence. The fifth accrual consists of stage, radio and television plays, poems and short stories, a book about creative writing, and correspondence. Sound recordings, moving images and photographic slides also form part of the fonds. They are been removed from their accruals and are stored separately.

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There have been six accruals in 1970, 1974, 1975, 1977, 1985, and 1989, all from Jack Winter.

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First to Fourth accruals: Online Finding Aid
Fifth accrual: Online Finding Aid
Sixth accrual: Online Finding Aid

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RC0035

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