Fonds 88-021 - Professor Barbara Rooke fonds. Additions

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Professor Barbara Rooke fonds. Additions

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88-021

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  • [ca. 1940-1975] (Creation)
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    Barbara Rooke

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86 cm of textual records

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Barbara Rooke was educated at Queen's University (M.A.) and the University of London (Ph.D.) where she presumably studied English literature. She was a Professor of English literature at Trent University from 1967 to 1979.

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This fonds was in the custody of Victoria College at the University of Toronto before it was donated to the Trent University Archives.

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This addition to the fonds consists of the research work of Professor Barbara Rooke with special reference to Samuel Taylor Coleridge and his works.

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This fonds was donated by Victoria College, University of Toronto.

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This fonds is an addition to 82-008.

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Box 1

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1 Christabel (A)

2 Christabel (B)

3 Christabel (C)

4 Edward Coleridge's autobiography and diary (excerpts)

5 Edward Coleridge: lecture notes, diary of trip in Wales

6 Sarah Coleridge and Henry Reed

7 Sarah's correspondence at University of Texas

8 Sarah's letters to Aubrey de Verse (at University of Texas)

9 Dublin MS 13116

10 British Museum, additional manuscripts: letters

11 British Museum, xeroxes of printed materials

12 Excerpts from catalogue of British Museum

13 Offprints: AUBREY DE VERE, etc

14 Offprints: Coleridge - related materials

15 S.T.C.: Marginalia

16 Miscellaneous STC - related notes

17 Dr. Beddoes, contemporary of STC

18 Coleridge MSS sent to Rooke for comment

19 Offprints: not STC

20 John Lightfoot: paper

21 Correspondence - April 1974 to Oct 1975

22 Personal correspondence, diary notes, etc. including J.M. Barrie letter

23 Personal correspondence, Alan's Hexe

24 Class notes: Bibliography and G.B. Shaw

Box 2

Galleys and near-press proofs of The Friend

Box 3

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Friend - early draft, Marginalia (unused)

1 The Friend: critiques and reviews

2 Letters re: The Friend

3 Xeroxes re: The Friend

Box 4

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1 Tristan Master's thesis

2 Tristan Lecture and research notes

3 The Friend bound typescript

4 "Letters to..." card file

Box 5

Materials received in 2013 from Wendy Prystenski, Archives and Special Collections, University of Manitoba:

Offprints and newspaper clippings relating primarily to S.T. Coleridge; one of the articles is by Professor Rooke, while others include notes to her

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