The University of East Anglia’s Archives Department holds a handful of literary related archives. The deposits formally organised as the Archives of Modern Writing and Literary Translation arise out of the work of UEA’s British Centre for Literary Translation (BCLT) and School of Literature and Creative Writing. They include papers deposited by Malcolm Bradbury, Professor of American Studies, and founder of the creative writing course at UEA. Other collections include the personal papers of novelist and journalist Anthony Grey; papers relating to the publication of the journal Theatre Quarterly; the Lorna Sage papers; and papers of Peterborough Literary Society.
|Description of acquisition (including extent)||Type of acquisition||Source of acquisition|
|1.2005. Malcolm Bradbury papers: 12 boxes. Currently being processed/catalogued.Papers relate chiefly to the teaching/administration of Literature and Creative Writing courses at Birmingham University and the University of East Anglia.||Gift||Offer from owner’s widow|
|2. 2003 Anthony Grey Archive.144 boxes. Personal archive of a novelist and journalist.||Loan/deposit||Offer from owner|
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