Notes on George Moore, 1922.

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Clark, Barrett Harper, 1890-1953. Notes on George Moore, 1922.

Notes on George Moore, 1922.

Unbound typescript consisting of three sections: "George Moore," Paris, 1922, and "Further Notes on George Moore," Berlin, 1922, both containing Clark's reminiscenses of Moore and Moore's comments on fellow artists and issues of the time, and specifically the play Esther Waters; the third section, "George Moore and His Friends," n.d., contains typed copies of letters by and about Moore and his friends, with annotations by Clark. Correspondents include Jacques-Emile Blanche, J. T. Grein, Leon Hennique, Edouard Dujardin, Max Meyerfeld, Theodore Duret, and Emile Zola.

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