Typed letter signed with initials : Old Park, Penn [near High Wycombe], to Tom Turner / 1941 June 3.


De la Mare, Walter, 1873-1956. Typed letter signed with initials : Old Park, Penn [near High Wycombe], to Tom Turner / 1941 June 3.

Typed letter signed with initials : Old Park, Penn [near High Wycombe], to Tom Turner / 1941 June 3.

Apologizing for his last letter in which he mistakenly added an autograph note addressed to "my love"; blaming the mistake on the "weakness of human nature and the imbecility of this superannuated representative of it"; discussing the volumes of [George] Darley and [Thomas Lovell] Beddoes that Turner loaned to him; mentioning a letter Turned received from Algernon Blackwood; congratulating him on the dedication of "The Fortunate Lady" [by Frank Swinnerton].

1 item (2 p.) ; 22.8 cm. + envelope.

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Walter De la Mare (1873-1956) was a British poet, novelist, short story writer, critic, essayist, anthologist, dramatist, and a prolific writer of children's poetry and fiction. From the description of Papers of Walter De la Mare, 1923-1956. (Huntington Library, Art Collections & Botanical Gardens). WorldCat record id: 122584933 Mégroz was the early biographer of de la Mare. From the description of Letter, c. 1923, to R.L. Mégroz. (Unknown). WorldCat record...

Darley, George, 1795-1846

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Blackwood, Algernon, 1869-1951

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English novelist; Brown class of 1907. From the description of Papers, 1953-1968. (Brown University). WorldCat record id: 122615539 Swinnerton, a literary critic, editor, and author, was born in London and worked as an office boy and later as an editor for publishers. He began writing the first of his more than forty novels and twenty books of criticism in 1909. He was literary critic for the Evening news and The Observer. Swinnerton is best known for his novels, including N...

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Ray, Gordon Norton, 1915-1986

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Gordon N. Ray, a graduate of Indiana University, was closely associated with the life and work of William Makepeace Thackeray. His four volume edition of the Letters and private papers appeared in 1945-1946 and his two volume biography in 1954-1955. From 1963 to 1985 Ray was president of the John Simon Guggenheim Foundation. Ray was also an outstanding collector of English and French illustrated books. His collections formed the bases of two exhibitions held at the Pierpont Morgan Library that w...