Arthur Terry was born in York in 1927. He studied modern languages at Cambridge from 1944 to 1947, and in 1950 accepted a teaching post at Queenâ€™s University, Belfast. While Professor of Spanish at Queenâ€™s University he published An Anthology of Spanish Poetry, 1500-1700 (1965) and a history of Catalan Literature as part of the Literary History of Spain series from Ernest Benn (1972). He also published two translations of Spanish poems as part of the Queenâ€™s Festival pamphlet series, A Small War (1966) and The Sacrifice (1967).
“A small war,” “The appointment,” “The sisters,” “Told after Brueghel,” “Caesar,” no date, three pages. (translations)
“Beginnings,” “Untitled ["On Sunday evenings in the poor quarter"],” “Time was,” “My skeleton,” no date, two pages. (translations)
“By natural piety,” no date, one page.
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