Series 2017-050 - Acquisition (2017-050)

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Acquisition (2017-050)

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CA UVICARCH SC506-2017-050

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  • 2011-2016 (Creation)
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    Beardsley, Doug, 1941-

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17 cm of textual records, 2 boxes

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(1941-)

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J. Douglas (Doug) Beardsley was born in Montreal. He attended Sir George Williams (now Concordia) University and the University of Victoria, studying with Irving Layton and Robin Skelton respectively. He graduated from the University of Victoria and won the R.H. Petch Memorial Prize in Creative Writing. He received his M.A. in English from York University in 1978. His works of poetry include "Going Down Into History", "The Only Country in the World Called Canada", "Six Saanich Poems", "Play on the Water", "The Marie Poems", and "Nothing I Can Do to Stop the Sun From Sinking". In 1979, he collaborated with Theresa Kishkan on "Premonitions and Gifts" and with Charles Lillard on "Inside Passage".

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Series consists for correspondence between Beardsley and Peter Newman, Jean Baird, Jeremy Kinsman, and the Greater Victoria Public library. There is also birthday preparations for Beardsley’s 75th birthday, his C.V. which lists his scholarly papers and academic achievements, and an event flyer for the Canadian Council for the Arts. Series also includes a mixture of manuscripts and transcripts of a variety of poems and short stories. There are also handwritten brainstorming notes on hotel paper and airplane bags as well as also subject research mostly made up of Wikipedia articles.

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