Authors, English -- 20th century
Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:
The collection consists of two typescripts--one the original and the other a carbon--both revised, of English novelist Richard Aldington's Women Must Work (1934).
The collection consists of a letter written by Auden on January 9, 1938, from Brussels to "Geoffrey."
The collection consists of three letters by Max Beerbohm, one to "Miss Peacock" and the other two unidentified recipients.
This collection contains a letter from English author Victoria Cross (Annie Sophie Cory) to Hughes Massie requesting that he read and provide feedback for her novel Life's Shop-Window.
The Norman Douglas Papers contains an apparently unpublished handwritten essay (1943), as well as correspondence.
The collection contains five letters, four from Robert Graves while in Majorca, Spain, and Oxford, England, and one to him from Melville Hardiment of London, with a note on it by Graves.
The collection consists of eight manuscript pages with fragments of prose that are likely unpublished, written by Robert Southey. Topics include atheists, devils, and extracts of letters on the Irish.
The Stephen Spender Papers includes correspondence to Stephen Wall, Graham Ackroyd, "Mr. Hamilton," and "Charles" and typescripts of poems, including "Middle East" and "Song."
The collection includes a typescript copy of a short book, The Pylon Poets (Michigan: William B. Eerdmans), by Derek Stanford about the poets W. H. Auden, Stephen Spender, Cecil Day-Lewis, and Louis MacNeice.