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British literature

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 15 Collections and/or Records:

Richard Aldington Book Typescripts

Identifier: Ms-1976-006

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).

Dates: c. 1934

W. H. Auden Letter

Identifier: Ms-1973-001

The collection consists of a letter written by Auden on January 9, 1938, from Brussels to "Geoffrey."

Dates: 1938

R. M. Ballantyne Letters

Identifier: Ms-1987-012

The R. M. Ballantyne Letters includes two letters from Scottish novelist Robert Michael Ballantyne (1825-1894) to his publishers and one to a close friend or relative. 

Dates: 1883 - 1884

Max Beerbohm Correspondence

Identifier: Ms-1974-002

The collection consists of three letters by Max Beerbohm, one to "Miss Peacock" and the other two unidentified recipients.

Dates: 1900 - 1909

Victoria Cross Letter

Identifier: Ms-1987-039

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.

Dates: 1909

Cecil Day-Lewis Papers

Identifier: Ms-1973-006

The Cecil Day-Lewis Papers includes notes, clippings, and poetry written for Jack Lindsay and the May Day booklet; and a 1956 BBC transcript of 'new poems.'

Dates: 1935 - 1968

Thomas De Quincey Papers

Identifier: Ms-1987-021

The Thomas De Quincey Papers consists of an untitled autograph manuscript leaf, written a about theology.

Dates: n.d.

Norman Douglas Papers

Identifier: Ms-1974-009

The Norman Douglas Papers contains an apparently unpublished handwritten essay (1943), as well as correspondence.

Dates: 1929 - 1953

Elizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell and Ellen Archer Letters

Identifier: Ms-2023-119
Abstract The Elizabeth Cleghorn Gaskell and Ellen Archer Letters contain one [ca. mid-1800s] letter by Gaskell to a friend declining an invitation to spend the evening together and four letters from Archer to F. Redway about the history and sale of Charlotte Brontë's Bible, which Archer acquired through her and Brontë's friend William Green. Gaskell was also a friend and biographer of Charlotte Brontë. The collection was acquired along with the Bronte Bible (as it is now called), which is cataloged...
Dates: [ca. mid-1800s], 1909

Robert Graves Letters

Identifier: Ms-1972-008

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.

Dates: 1962-1970, n.d.