Authors, English -- 20th century -- Biography
Found in 15 Collections and/or Records:
Among the Lost Things, 1972-02-25
Photocopy of an article, "Among the Lost Things" by Clive Jordan in The Daily Telegraph Magazine.
Article on Anna Kavan, 1967-09
Photocopy of article on Anna Kavan written by Dom Moraes.
Article on Anna Kavan by Rhys Davies, 1971-03
A photocopy of this article was sent to Richard R. Centing by Rhys Davies on September 13, 1971, to help Centing with his work on Anna Kavan. The photocopy is from Books and Bookmen. It is among a group of photocopied materials that Richard R. Centing sent to David Callard.
Biographical Notes on Anna Kavan by Rose Knox-Peebles
There is a handwritten note from Rose Knox-Peebles, saying the biographical notes on Anna Kavan are badly typed and she hopes they can be read.
Introduction by Anais Nin to Anna Kavan's "ICE", 1970-04-22
A Photocopy of the introduction by Anais Nin to Anna Kavan's "ICE." It was sent to Richard R. Centing by Peter Owen on April 22, 1970. It is among a group of photocopied materials that Richard R. Centing sent to David Callard.
Introduction by Brian Aldiss, 1970-03
Photocopy of the Introduction written by Brian Aldiss in 1970.
Introduction from My Madness: The Selected Writings Of Anna Kavan
Photocopy of "Introduction: Kafka's Sister" from "My Madness: The Selected Writings of Anna Kavan" by Brian Aldiss.
Katherine Mansfield collection
The collection is organized into two series: Series 1: Katherine Mansfield correspondence and Series 2: Jeffrey Meyers papers (writings and research material relating to his book, Katherine Mansfield: A Biography (1978).
My Madness: A Portrait from the writing of Anna Kavan, 1990
This book was presented by Patricia Franklin and edited by Frank Hatherley.
Paul Scott papers
Consists of over 5700 pieces of correspondence to Scott along with carbon file copies of approximately 6000 letters written by him; manuscripts including Staying On and My Appointment with the Muse; commissioned reader's reports and book reviews; personal items including military records and photographs of Paul Scott and Paul Scott with family and/or colleagues.
Scott was a British novelist and visiting University of Tulsa visiting professor in 1977.