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Zorn,

Notebook containing the first manuscript draft of his novel Zorn published in 1986, book reviews and letters of appreciation, including a letter from Jan [Morris].

Morris, Jan, 1926-

Zoomorphic and geometric inscriptions

A slate inscribed on one side with two zoomorphic sketches, one of which appears to be a dog, together with at least four similar geometric designs, possibly horoscopes. On the reverse face is one other example of the same geometric design.

Zoomorphic and geometric inscriptions

A slate inscribed on one side with a bird, overlain with a zig-zag pattern; a heart with three arrows protruding from the top; and a few letters, possibly 'adr O...'. On the reverse are a fish; a bird's wing; and some geometric lines.

Zoology,

A volume bearing on the outside, upper cover a label inscribed 'Mediterranean and Indian Fish'. The volume itself is blank, but inset are a page of notes on the flying fish, a few drawings of fish, and copies of plates XXV, XXVIII, and XXIX [from Thomas Pennant: British Zoology, vol. III (1776)], etc.

Thomas Pennant.

Zoology papers

The series comprises notes, articles, correspondence, newsletters and surveys concerning the identification, distribution and habits of birds, insects and mammals.

Zoology and ornithology,

Notes by Thomas Pennant on British zoology and ornithology, accounts and lists of subscribers to his British Zoology, and details of zoological specimens received by him.

Thomas Pennant.

Zodiac trio: full score; transparencies,

Duration: c.16 min. Commissioned (in association with the Welsh Arts Council) by the Vale of Glamorgan Festival, where it was first performed by the Robles Trio - Christopher Hyde-Smith (flute), Frederick Riddle (viola) and Marisa Robles (harp), 19 Aug. 1976. 'The title derives entirely from the fact that it was composed for and dedicated to three personal friends, each of whom was born under a different sign of the Zodiac'. [Published London: Oxford University Press, 1977]. 36 Ff. 380 x 279 mm.

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