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James Gray fonds
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Correspondence between James Gray and the Canadian Poetry Society

File comprises correspondence between James Gray and Georges Boulanger concerning Gray's appointment to the Canadian Poetry Society; a manuscript for their newsletter written by James Gray, "The Craft of Poetry"; a published interview with Gray about Aldous Huxley; a review written by James Gray of Robert Votile's "Samuel Johnson The Moralist"; and a note from Gray to Lennoxville High School concerning his daughter Caroline.

James Gray fonds

  • MS-2-783
  • Fonds
  • 1941 - 2011
Fonds comprises records documenting James Gray's work s a scholar and teacher. Records include publications, manuscripts and lecture notes; audio recording of lectures; correspondence with colleagues and students; teaching materials; editorial and publishing correspondence and records; and personal correspondence and photographs.

Gray, James

James Gray's lecture notes for English 100

File includes lectures and notes about Alexander Pope and Samuel Johnson; several essays about Johnson written by James Gray; an assignment on Jonathan Swift; and a 1947 essay written by James Gray about lyric poetry through the seventeenth century.

James Gray's manuscript drafts

File contains Gray's manuscript drafts, including: "A Tribute to an Old Friend"; "What 'A Tale of a Tub' is About"; "The Modernism of Jonathan Swift"; and "A Review of Bernard Mandeville."

James Gray's teaching materials

Series consists of records regarding James Gray’s teaching activities. This includes course materials, lectures, student files and correspondence.