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 Queens University, Belfast. While Professor of Spanish at Queens 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 Queens 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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