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TABLE OF CONTENTS


Biographical Sketch

Scope and Contents

Restrictions

Index Terms

Administrative Information

Bibliography

Description of Series

I. Works, 1898-1965

II. Correspondence, 1902-1969

III. Personal Papers, 1898-1969

IV. David Horner, 1932-1966

V. Third Party Works and Correspondence, 1887-1969

Index

Index

University of Texas, Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center

Sitwell, Osbert:

An Inventory of His Collection at the Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center



Creator: Sitwell, Osbert, 1892-1969
Title: Osbert Sitwell Collection
Dates: 1887-1969
Abstract: Seventy-one notebooks with handwritten drafts of a wide variety of works make up a large portion of the Osbert Sitwell Collection, along with galley files and typescripts of additional titles, and an extensive assortment of correspondence.
RLIN Record # TXRC03-A0
Extent: 45 boxes (18.9 linear feet), 5 galley folders, 1 oversize folder
Repository: Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center, University of Texas at Austin

Biographical Sketch

Francis Osbert Sacheverell Sitwell was born December 6, 1892, the second child and first son of Sir George and Lady Ida Sitwell. Educated first at a day school in Scarborough, then a prep school, and finally at Eton from 1905-1910, Sitwell expected to attend Oxford; however, his father sent him to prepare for entrance to military college. When Sitwell failed the entrance exams, his father arranged a commission for him in the Sherwood Rangers. After a year at Aldershot, Sitwell suffered a nervous breakdown and received a transfer to the Grenadier Guards stationed in London.

While in London, Sitwell began socializing with an elite group that included Margot Asquith, Mrs. George Keppel and her daughter Violet (to whom Sitwell was briefly engaged) and Lady Sackville. Membership in the Marlborough club involved him in the world of creative artists, including Debussy, Delius, and George Moore. His pleasure in his new friends and in ballet, to which they introduced him, was interrupted by the outbreak of World War I and his posting to Flanders in 1914.

Left unfit for active service by an injury, Sitwell returned to England where he began publishing anti-war satires in Wheels, a magazine directed by his sister, Edith. From prose he moved on to poetry and in 1923 he produced his sister's performance of Façade. The failure of the show to produce any positive reaction came as a severe blow to the siblings, though when it ran again in 1926 it was well received. Meanwhile, in 1925, Sitwell published his first collection of travel essays and in this he seemed to find his métier.

In 1926 Sitwell made the first of many trips to the United States after which he visited the Italian Riviera, North Africa, and the Orient. From 1933 until the start of World War II, Sitwell contributed a weekly article to the Sunday Referee, a collection of these essays appeared in 1935 as Penny Foolish. Curtailing his travels, Sitwell spent the war years at Renishaw, the family home. When his father died in 1943, Sitwell became the fifth baronet. In 1944 and 1946 the first two volumes of Sitwell's autobiography were published to moderate acclaim; The Sunday Times awarded him a medal and a thousand pounds.

Though suffering from the early stages of Parkinson's disease, Sitwell continued to travel extensively throughout the fifties. His final travel book, The Four Continents: Being More Discursions on Travel, Art, and Life was published in 1954, and his last collection of essays, Tales My Father Taught Me, appeared in 1962. His remaining years were spent at the family home in Italy, where he died in May 1969. His ashes were buried in the Protestant cemetery at Allori, near Florence.

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Scope and Contents

Seventy-one notebooks with handwritten drafts of a wide variety of works make up a large portion of the Osbert Sitwell Collection, along with galley files and typescripts of additional titles, and an extensive assortment of correspondence. The collection is arranged in five series: Series I. Works, 1898-1965 (28 boxes); Series II. Correspondence, 1902-1969 (12.5 boxes); Series III. Personal Papers, 1898-1969 (.5 boxes); Series IV. David Horner, 1932-1966 (2.5 boxes); and Series V. Third Party Works and Correspondence, 1887-1969 (1.5 boxes). Portions of this collection were previously accessible through a card catalog, but have been re-cataloged as part of a retrospective conversion project to include new accessions.

The Works series is composed of page and galley proofs for all five volumes of Sitwell's autobiography, Left Hand, Right Hand. Holograph and typescript drafts of the collected essays of Penny Foolish are present, as are drafts of Pound Wise, The Red Horizon, and Sing High! Sing Low! These works are arranged alphabetically by title. The seventy-one notebooks which comprise the rest of the works series contain drafts of many of Sitwell's notable works, individual poems, and draft letters. Not all of the materials in these notebooks have been indentified, nor are they arranged chronologically. All identified titles, including those in the notebooks, are listed in the Index of Works at the end of this guide.

The Correspondence Series is arranged in two sections, outgoing mail by Sitwell and incoming letters to Sitwell. Of particular note are nearly a thousand letters from Sitwell to his companion David Horner, written between 1926 and 1964. A small batch of letters to Horner, written between 1951 and 1956, arrived in a later accession and are group together at the end of the Horner section. There are smaller batches of letters to and from Lorna Andrade, Richard Grants, Edith and Sacheverell Sitwell, and others. Correspondents in this series are listed in the Index of Correspondents at the end of this guide.

The small Personal Papers Series comprises bank and royalty records, legal documents, lists, and Sitwell family photographs. The David Horner Series contains letters primarily to Horner from various friends and acquaintances. Leslie Hartley and Edith Sitwell are well represented in this series. All correspondents in the David Horner Series are listed in the Index of Correspondents at the end of this guide.

The Third-Party Works and Correspondence Series holds works by Sitwellian scholars and friends as well as correspondence between his friends and business associates. Galley proofs of Richard Fifoot's bibliography of Edith Sitwell's work are present, in addition to poems by Sacheverell Sitwell and a holograph draft of Max Wykes-Joyce's Triad of Genius. Also of note is a pen and ink sketch of Sitwell by Peter Roseland, lists and materials for Sitwell's poetry reading tour in America, and letters and documents regarding Ida Sitwell's scandal-laden bankruptcy. All identified titles in this series are listed in the Index of Works and all the correspondents are listed in the Index of Correspondents at the end of this guide.

Elsewhere in the Ransom Center are 25 photographs of Sitwell, his family, friends, and images of Rennishaw Hall, located in the Literary Files of the Photography Collection. Also present are 26 vertical files containing newspaper clippings covering the publication and criticism of Sitwell's works as well as biographical and printed material. Portraits of Sitwell appear in two collections in the Art Collection as well as several items from his own art collection, one folder of newspaper clippings is located in the Scrapbook Collection, and one reel-to-reel recording of an interview with Sitwell in the Sound Recordings Collection. Other materials related to Osbert Sitwell may be found in the following manuscript collections at the Ransom Center:

  • Adams, James Donald
  • Barker, George
  • Bermondsey Book
  • Betjeman, John
  • Blunden, Edmund Charles
  • Brooke, Jocelyn
  • Connolly, Cyril
  • Coppard, Alfred Edgar
  • Cunard, Nancy
  • Duncan, Ronald Frederick Henry
  • Ervine, St. John Greer
  • Garnett, David
  • Garvin, J. L.
  • Golden Cockerel Press
  • Hutchinson, Mary
  • La Farge, Oliver
  • Lehmann, John
  • Lewis, Sinclair
  • Lindsay, Philip
  • London Magazine
  • Lowndes, Marie Adelaide (Belloc)
  • MacKenzie, Compton
  • MacNamara, Brinsley
  • Masefield, John
  • Nehls, Edward
  • PEN
  • Richards, Grant
  • Sassoon, Siegfried Lorraine
  • Shaw, George Bernard
  • Sitwell, Edith, Dame
  • Smith, L. P.
  • Strong, Leonard Alfred George
  • Tchelitchew, Pavel
  • Tyler, Parker
  • Walpole, Hugh, Sir
  • Waugh, Alec
  • Webb, Stella Dorothea
  • Welch, Denton

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Restrictions

Access:

Open for research

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Index Terms

Correspondents
Andrade, Lorna.
Bryher, 1894-.
Cunard, Nancy, 1896-1965.
Harper, Allanah, 1904-.
Horner, David, 1900-.
Leverson, Ada.
Magroz, Frank.
Sasson, Siegfried, 1886-1967.
Sitwell, Edith, Dame, 1887-1964.
Sitwell, George Reresby, Sir, 1860-1943.
Sitwell, Sacheverell, 1897-.
Organizations
Curtis Brown, Ltd.
Subjects
Authors, England, 20th century.
England, Social life and customs, 20th century.
Sitwell Family.
Travel and description.
Document Types
Galley proofs.
Notebooks.

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Administrative Information

Acquisition:

Purchases, 1965-1995

Processed by:

Chelsea Dinsmore, 2002

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Bibliograpy

Dictionary of Literary Biography -- Volume 100: Modern British Essayists. Robert Beum, ed.
Detroit:
Gale Research Company,
1990.

Dictionary of Literary Biography -- Volume 195: British Travel Writers, 1910-1939. Barbara Brothers, ed.
Detroit:
Gale Research Company,
1998.

Pearson, John. The Sitwells: A Family's Biography.
New York:
Harcourt Brace Jovanovitch,
1978.

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Osbert Sitwell Collection--Folder List

 

I. Works, 1898-1965

Box Folder
1 1 Untitled and fragmentary works
2 A
3 All at Sea: A Social Tragedy, typescript with author revisions, 59pp nd,
4 B
5 C
6 Commentary
7 D
8 Death of a God and Other Stories, handwritten, typescript, and carbon copy drafts with author revisions, 220pp nd,
9 Demos the Empero: A Secular Oratorior, handwritten and typescript drafts with author revisions, 29pp nd,
10 Dickens, first page proofs with author revisions, 50pp 1931,
Dumb Animals and Other Stories
Box Folder
2 1-2 "Happy Endings," handwritten draft in bound notebook and typescript with author revisions, about 200pp
3 "The Love-Bird," typescript with author revisions, 31pp 1929,
4 E
5 F
6-7 Fee Fi Fo Fum, typescript with author revisions, 240pp 1958,
8 A few selected instances from Sitwell's files
* The Four Continents, galley proofs, 1954
(*removed to galley folder 1)
9 G
Gentle Caesar, by R. Kames Miney and Osbert Sitwell
Box Folder
3 1 Prologue, typescript and two carbon copies with author revisions, nd
2-3 Three typescript versions with author revisions and insertions, nd
4 Bound typescript with author revisions, 106pp 1942,
* First galley proofs, 43pp 1942,
(*removed to galley folder 2)
5 H
6 I-K
7 L
Left Hand, Right Hand
Box Folder
3 8 Fragments
Volume I. The Cruel Month
Box Folder
3 9 Bound handwritten draft with author revisions, 227pp
Box Folder
4 1 Bound typescript with author revisions, 407pp
2 "Louisa Lady Sitwell," 7pp
3 handwritten fragments, 3pp
4 Typescript excerpts, 74pp
Volume II. The Scarlet Tree
Box Folder
5 1 Bound typescript, 469pp
2 First galley proofs, 123pp
3 Excerpts, 40pp
Volume III. Great Morning
Box Folder
6 1 Bound typescript with insertions, 426pp
Volume III. Great Morning, cont.
Box Folder
7 1 Bound typescript, 441pp
Volume IV. Laughter in the Next Room
Box Folder
8 1 Bound typescript with insertions, 520pp
2 Bound typescript, 544pp
* Galley proofs with author revisions, 1948, 24pp
(*removed to galley folder 3)
Box Folder
9 1 Excerpts, 20pp
Volume V. Noble Essences or Courteous Revelations
Box Folder
9 2-3 Page proofs, 324pp
* Galley proofs with author revisions and inserts, 97pp
(*removed to galley folder 3)
4 A Letter to My Son, handwritten, typescript and page proof versions bound together, 1944
5 M-Ma
6 The Man Who Lost Himself, bound handwritten draft with author revisions and note, and two copies of typescript excerpts
Box Folder
10 1 Me-Mr
2-3 Miracle on Sinai, bound handwritten drafts and galley proofs with author revisions, about 300pp 1946,
4 "Modern Fiction: It's Cause and Cure," two typescripts with author revisions, 58pp
* "Moving House," galley proofs, 48pp 1963,
(*removed to galley folder 4)
5 "Most of the Game," bound typescript with additions, 28pp
6 Mu-My
7 N
8 O
Box Folder
11 1 On the Continent - A Book of Inquilinics: Abroad, typescript with author revisions and notes, 171pp
2 Open the Door, page proofs with a few author revisions, 282pp 1941,
3 Out of Flame, typescript with author revisions and handwritten table of contents, 60pp
4 P
5 P.M. and P.M.: Part II, typescripts with author revisions, 186pp
Penny Foolish: A Book of Tirades and Panegyrics
Box Folder
11 6 A-E
7 F-O
8 "On..." A-O
Box Folder
12 1 "On..." P-Z
2 P-Z
3 Page proofs with author revisions, 32pp 1935,
* Galley proofs with author revisions and additions, 5pp 1935-36,
(*removed to galley folder 4)
4-6 Poems about People, three bound volumes with author revisions, ca. 1967
7 Pound Wise, typescript, 363pp
Box Folder
13 1 Pound Wise, cont.
2 R
3 The Red Horizon: A Play in Three Acts, bound typescript with author revisions and blocking notes, 114pp
4 S-Sk
5 School drawing book
* "A Short Character of Arnold Bennett," galley proofs for magazine publication, 6pp
(*removed to galley folder 4)
6 Sing High! Sing Low! (includes "A Conspiracy of Dwarves,""Municipal Rhapsody,""Roots of the Sole Arabian Tree," and "What It Feels Like to be an Author," handwritten and typescript drafts with author revisions, ca. 1935
7 Sl-Sz
Box Folder
14 1 T
2-4 Tales My Father Taught Me, handwritten and typescript notes and table of contents, typescript with author revisions, 236pp
Those Were the Days
Box Folder
14 5-7 Handwritten and typescript fragments of Chapters II-IV and other sections with author revisions, 31pp
8 Typescript draft with author revisions, 194pp
9 Typescript with author revisions, 389pp
Box Folder
15 1 Typescript, cont.
2 First galley proofs, bound with author revisions, 1938
3 "A Three-Quarter Length Portrait of Lady Wimborne," two typescripts with author revisions, 29pp 1930,
4 U-Z
Box Folder
16 1 Winters of Content, bound page proofs with author revisions, 291pp 1932,
2 Wrack at Tidesend, page proofs with author revisions, 94pp 1952,
3-6 Notebooks 1-4
Box Folder
17 1-6 Notebooks 5-10
Box Folder
18 1-6 Notebooks 11-16
Box Folder
19 1-6 Notebooks 17-22
Box Folder
20 1-6 Notebooks 23-28
Box Folder
21 1-5 Notebooks 29-33
Box Folder
22 1-4 Notebooks 34-37
Box Folder
23 1-4 Notebooks 38-41
Box Folder
24 1-8 Notebooks 42-49
Box Folder
25 1-6 Notebooks 50-55
Box Folder
26 1-6 Notebooks 56-61
Box Folder
27 1-6 Notebooks 62-67
Box Folder
28 1-4 Notebooks 68-71

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II. Correspondence, 1902-1969

Outgoing, 1902-69
Box Folder
29 1 A-H
2-4 Andrade, Lorna, 1937-67
5 Critics, 1945-49
Horner, David
Box Folder
29 6 1926-28
7 1928
Box Folder
30 1 1929
2-3 1930
4 1931-32
5 1933
6 1934
Box Folder
31 1 1935
2-3 1936
4-5 1937
6 1938-39
Box Folder
32 1-2 1940
3-6 1941
Box Folder
33 1-2 1941
3-6 1942
Box Folder
34 1-4 1942
5-6 1943
Box Folder
35 1-3 1943
4-5 1944
Box Folder
36 1-5 1944
6 1945
Box Folder
37 1-2 1945
3 1946
4 1947
5 1948
6 1949
Box Folder
38 1 1950-54
2 1955-60
3 1961-62
4 1963
5 1964
6 1951-54
7 1955-56
Box Folder
39 1 J-Z
2-3 Laurence, Desmond, 1955-69
4 Richards, Grant, 1922-37
5 Sitwell, Ida, 1902-3
Incoming, 1907-65
Box Folder
39 6 Unidentified
7 A-D
8 Andrade, Lorna, 1937-65
Box Folder
40 1 E-L
2 Keppel Family, 1917-18
3 Leverson, Ada, nd
4 M-R
5 McCann, William, 1959-68
6 Minney, R. James, includes synopsis of plot for Gentle Caesar, 1942
7 Moat, Henry, 1919-38
8 Nichols, Robert, includes poems, 1917-18
9 Royal invitations, 1911-65
10 S
11 Sitwell, Edith, 1912-49
12 Sitwell Family, 1907-22
Box Folder
41 1 Sitwell, Sacheverell, 1908-65
2 T-Z
3 Whistler, Rex, 1928-40

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III. Personal Papers, 1898-1969

Box Folder
41 4 Bank records, 1947-65
5 Legal documents, 1947-65
6 Royalty statements, 1963-65
7 Birth certificate, military commissions, lists, and obituary articles, 1898-1969
8 Sitwell family photographs

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IV. David Horner, 1932-1966

Works
Box Folder
41 9 A-Z
10-11 Was It Yesterday?, typescript, 321pp
Correspondence
Box Folder
42 1 A-Z
Hartley, Leslie
Box Folder
42 2 1936-42
3 1943-44
4 1945-46
5 1947-48
6 1949-51
7 1956-66
Box Folder
43 1 Maugham, William Somerset, 1935-64
Sitwell, Edith
Box Folder
43 2 1932-37
3 1938-40
4 1941-42
5 1943
6 1944
7 1945-46
8 1947-53
Box Folder
44 1 1951-54
2 1954-63

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V. Third Party Works and Correspondence, 1887-1969

Box Folder
44 3 Unidentified authors
4 A-H
* Fifoot, E. R. S., A Bibliography of Edith Sitwell, galley proofs, 97pp
(*removed to galley folder 5)
5 Guimbretiere, Andre, "Osbert Sitwell as a Short Story Writer," bound typescript thesis with author revisions and additions, 115pp
* Kun Ming Hu, printed map of Summer Palace, nd
(*removed to oversize folder 1)
6 J-R
7 Printed materials
8 S
9 Sitwell, Florence Alice, The Journal of a Religious Aunt , edited by Osbert Sitwell, typescript, 100pp
10 Sitwell, George Reresby, 1887-1915
11 Sitwell, Ida, papers re financial problems, 1912-14
Sitwell, Osbert
Box Folder
45 1 Lists, literary societies material, tour information materials, and quotes for use in papers and lectures
2 Materials for poetry readings in America, 59pp nd,
3 Sitwell, Sacheverell, typescript poems, 1920
4 Ts'ao-t'ing, "Memoires: sur les Coutumes du Cambodge," 20pp nd,
5 Waugh, Evelyn, reminiscence of Sir George Sitwell, typescript with author revisions, 2pp 1942.
6-8 Wykes-Joyce, Max, Triad of Genius, handwritten notes and draft with author revisions

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 Osbert Sitwell Collection--Index of Correspondents 

Names in bold appear in the RLIN record.

  • Aberconway, Christabel Mary Melville MacNaghten McLaren, Baroness--39.7, 42.1
  • Aldington, Richard, 1892-1962--39.7
  • Andrade, Lorna--29.2-4, 39.8, 42.1, 44.4
  • Andrew Melrose, Ltd. --39.7
  • Asquith, Margot, 1864-1945--39.7
  • Atlantic Monthly--39.7
  • Ayling, Kit--39.7
  • Baker, L.G.--39.7
  • Balston, Thomas--39.7
  • Bamford, Francis--39.7
  • Baron, Oscar--44.4
  • Bartlett, Vernon, 1894- --39.7
  • Beerbohm, Max, Sir, 1872-1956--39.7, 44.4
  • Benn Publications Ltd. --29.1
  • Bennett, Arnold, 1867-1931--39.7
  • Bennett, Marguerite--29.1
  • Blunden, Edmund, 1896-1974--39.7
  • Borenius, Tancred, 1885-1948--39.7
  • Bottomley, Gordon, 1874-1948--39.7
  • Boyd, - --29.1
  • The British Book Centre, Inc. --44.4
  • Bryher, 1894---39.7
  • Brzeska, H. Gaudier--see Gaudier-Brzeska, Henri
  • Burlingham, Dorothy T.--44.4
  • Chung Tso-You--39.7
  • Church, Richard, 1893- --29.1
  • Cobden-Sanderson, Richard--29.1
  • Cohen, Henry--42.1
  • Collier, John--39.7
  • Connolly, Helga Guinness Greene, 1916-1985--39.7
  • Croft, P.J. (Peter John)--39.7
  • Cunard, Maud Alice Burke, Lady, 1872-1948--39.7
  • Cunard, Nancy, 1896-1965--39.7
  • Curtis Brown, Ltd. --39.7, 44.4
  • Dalton, Hugh Dalton, Baron, 1887-1962--39.7
  • David Higham Associates, Ltd. --39.7
  • David, W.H.--44.4
  • Davidson, Edith B.--39.7
  • Davis, F.--39.7
  • Dent, Edward--42.1
  • Dew, Alick--39.7
  • Doolittle, Hilda--see H. D. (Hilda Doolittle)
  • Duckworth (firm) --39.7, 44.4
  • Durrell, Lawrence--39.7
  • Eliot, T.S. (Thomas Stearns), 1888-1965--40.1
  • Elkin, Mathew, Ltd.--40.1
  • The English Association--40.1
  • Evans, Ernestine--40.1
  • Evors, E.M.--40.1
  • Farrer, Reginald John, 1880-1920--40.1
  • Fletcher, J. Kyrle, Ltd.--29.1
  • Ford, Brinsley--40.1
  • Forman, Elsa--40.1
  • Forster, E. M. (Edward Morgan), 1879-1970--40.1
  • Foster, Janet C. (neé Stubbins)--40.1
  • Frere, Philip--40.1
  • Gaudier-Brzeska, Henri, 1891-1915--44.4
  • Gerald Duckworth & Co., Ltd. --see Duckworth (firm)
  • Gibson, Wilfrid Wilson, 1887-1962--40.1
  • Gordon Woodhouse, Violet, 1871-1948--40.1
  • Greacon, Patricia--40.1
  • Greene, Helga--see Connolly, Helga Guinness Greene
  • Griffin, John D.--40.1
  • H. D. (Hilda Doolittle), 1886-1961--40.1
  • Haley, W. J.--40.1
  • Hammett, Nina--29.1, 40.1
  • Harper, Allanah, 1904---29.1
  • Harris, Frank, 1855-1931--44.4
  • Hartley, L. P. (Leslie Poles), 1895-1972--40.1, 42.2-7, 44.4
  • Herring, Robert--29.1
  • Hollingsworth, M.A.--40.1
  • Holroyd-Reece, J. (John)--40.1
  • Hommes et Mondes--40.1
  • Horner, David, 1900---29.6-38.7, 40.1
  • Hutchinson Publishing Group Ltd.--40.1
  • Hutchinson, J.H.--29.1
  • Huxley, Julian, 1887-1975--40.1
  • Jameson, Margaret--40.1
  • Joslyn, O. W.--40.1
  • Kauffer, Marione--39.1
  • Keppel, Alice, 1869-1947--40.2
  • Keppel, Violet--40.2
  • Kirstein, Lincoln, 1907- --40.1
  • Lacerda, Alberto de, 1928- --40.1
  • Lambert, Constant, 1905- --40.1
  • Laurence, Desmond, Professor--39.2-3
  • Leverson, Ada--40.3, 42.1, 44.6
  • Life and Letters of Today--40.1
  • Liveright, Horace B. (Horace Brisbane), 1886-1933--39.1
  • Liverson, Violet--40.1
  • Lloyd, Emily--40.1
  • Lowndes, Belloc, 1868-1947--42.1
  • Lusty, Robert, Sir, 1909- --40.1
  • MacMillan & Co., Ltd.--44.6
  • Magroz, Frank--44.6
  • Masefield, John, 1878-1967--40.4
  • The Masque--40.4
  • Matthewman, S. (Sydney)--39.1
  • Maugham, W. Somerset (William Somerset), 1874-1965--40.4, 43.1
  • Maxwell, Cristabel--40.4
  • McCann, William--40.5, 42.1
  • Meech, Sylvia--39.1
  • Megroz, R. L. (Rodolphe Louis), 1891- --40.4
  • Meheux, Ralph--40.4
  • Minney, R. J. (Rubeigh James), 1895-1979--40.6
  • Moat, Henry--40.7, 44.6
  • Modell, Merriam--40.4
  • Monroe, Harold, 1879-1932--40.4
  • Moore, Marianne, 1887-1972--40.4
  • Moore, Nicholas, 1918- --40.4
  • The Museum of Modern Art--40.4
  • Musgrave, Clifford--42.1
  • National Portrait Gallery (Great Britain)--40.4
  • Nichols, Robert, 1919- --40.8
  • Nicolson, Harold George, Sir, 1886-1968--40.4
  • Nivinson, M. W.--40.4
  • O'Sullivan, Vincent, 1872-1940--40.4
  • Owen, Harold--40.4
  • Oxford, Margot, Lady--40.4
  • Pan Books, Ltd.--40.4
  • Parker, Dorothy--40.4
  • Pearn, Pollinger & Higham, Ltd.--40.4
  • Peel, Delia--40.4
  • Percy, Esmé, 1887-1957--44.6
  • Piper, John, 1903- --40.4, 42.1
  • Plomer, William, 1903-1973--40.4, 42.1
  • Pound, Ezra, 1885-1972--40.4
  • Powell, E.--40.4
  • Powers, Richard, 1928- --40.4
  • Raine, Robert--40.4
  • Reynard, - --39.1
  • Richards, Grant, 1872-1948--39.4, 44.4
  • Robins, J. F.--40.4
  • Rootham, Helen--40.4
  • Ross, Robert--40.4, 44.4
  • Rowland, - --39.1
  • Russell, Maud--40.4
  • Rutherston, Albert Daniel, 1881-1953--40.4
  • Sackville, Victoria Josephine Sackville-West, Lady, 1862-1936--40.10
  • St. Regis Hotel, New York--40.10
  • Salfeld, Denise--40.10
  • Salter, Elizabeth, 1918-1981--40.10
  • Sands, Ethel, 1873-1962--40.10
  • Sanson, Christopher--40.10
  • Sassoon, Siegfried, 1886-1967--40.10, 42.1
  • Schaffner, Perdita--42.1
  • Scott-Moncrieff, C.K. (Charles Kenneth), 1889-1930--40.10
  • Shahani, Ranjee, 1904-1968--40.10
  • Shaw, Bernard, 1856-1950--40.10
  • Simson, George, 1931- --40.10
  • Sitwell, Edith, Dame, 1887-1964--40.11, 43.2-44.2
  • Sitwell, Florence Alice, 1858-1930--40.10
  • Sitwell, George Reresby, Sir, 1860-1943--40.10, 42.1, 44.10
  • Sitwell, Ida--39.1, 40.10
  • Sitwell, Sacheverell, 1897---41.1, 42.1
  • Smettem, W. H.--40.10
  • Smith, Logan Pearsall, 1865-1946--40.10
  • Someren, Ernest van--40.10
  • Someren, Ivy van--40.10
  • Sparrow, John Hanbury Angus, 1906- --40.10
  • The Star, London--39.1
  • Stark, Freya--40.10, 42.1
  • Strong, Roy C.--40.10
  • Stuart, Dora--40.10
  • Sundborg, Elizabeth--40.10
  • Symons, Julian, 1912- --40.10
  • T. I. Group Services Limited--41.2
  • Tchelitchew, Pavel, 1898-1957--41.2
  • Tennant, Edward Wyndham, 1897-1916--41.2
  • Tennant, Stephen, 1906- --41.2
  • The Times, Times--39.1
  • Today, London--39.1
  • Tulieh--41.2
  • The University, Leeds--41.2
  • University of Sheffield--41.2
  • van Someren, Ernest--see Someren, Ernest van
  • Vijayatunga, -, Mr.--39.1
  • Wadsworth, Edward, 1889-1949--41.2
  • Waley, Arthur, 1880-1966--41.2
  • Wasbraugh, William--41.2
  • Watkins, Vernon Philips, 1906-1967--39.1
  • Waugh, Evelyn, 1903-1966--39.1
  • Wells, H. G. (Herbert George), 1866-1946--41.2
  • Wescott, Glenway--41.2
  • Whistler, Rex, 1905-1944--41.3
  • Wiggins, -, Mr.--39.1
  • Wimborne, Alice--41.2
  • Woodhouse, Violet Gordon--See Gordon Woodhouse, Violet
  • Wykes-Joyce, Max--41.2

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 Osbert Sitwell Collection--Index of Works 

  • "A la Ville des Fleurs"--25.4
  • Address re Opera--1.2
  • Address to Anglo-French Art and Travel Society--23.2
  • Address to the Liberal Ladies of Scarborough--24.4
  • Address to the Library Association--1.2
  • The Adelphi--1.2
  • "Adventure"--24.7
  • Aldous Huxley--22.4
  • All at Sea: A Social Tragedy--1.3, 17.5, 18.4, 19.2, 20.3, 24.2
  • "Archdeacon and Mrs. Sawnygrass"--25.4
  • "Are We So Much Cleverer?"--1.2
  • The Armament - Monger as Idealist: An Imaginary Speech--1.2
  • "Art at Wembley: Some Remembered and Forgotten Masterpieces in the Palace of Art"--1.2
  • Article on people who have reappeared after death--1.2
  • As an Old Man--25.5, 26.1
  • "Aspiring Ape"--1.2, 16.5
  • "At the House of Mrs. Kinfoot"--20.3, 24.7, 24.8
  • Autobiographical sections on Christabel Aberconway and Ada Leverson--27.3, 27.4
  • Autobiographical Sketch--27.4
  • "Autocriticisms"--1.2
  • "Aux bords de la Mer"--16.6, 20.3
  • The B.B.C. and Its Future--1.4
  • B.B.C. Broadcast--1.4
  • "Bacchanalia"--16.6, 20.3
  • Bachanal--24.7
  • "The Backward Child"--16.6
  • "Ballad of Sister Anne"--1.4, 24.6
  • Before the Bombardment--19.6, 20.1, 23.1
  • Beggars--25.4
  • The Beggar--25.2
  • "Bella Vista"--1.4
  • "Belshazzar's Feast"--16.3
  • The Birth of the Wind--1.4
  • The Black Flower Seller (unidentified poem on verso)--1.4
  • The Boltons--1.4
  • The Boston Lily--25.5, 26.1
  • Brighter London--1.4
  • Brighton--1.4
  • Brighton: "The Seaside"--1.4
  • Bunkered "Stars"--1.4
  • "C.R.W. Nevinson"--1.5
  • Caravan--25.4
  • Chains--1.5
  • "Chanson des Mouches"--24.6
  • "Chinese Food"--1.5
  • Christmas--1.5
  • "Church-Parade"--1.5
  • "Clavichords"--1.5
  • Colloquies with St. Peter--26.6
  • Commentary--1.6
  • "Competition"--25.4
  • "Cornucopia"--24
  • "The Coronation"--1.5
  • "The Count"--24.6, 28.3
  • "Count Carlo Trovabene" ("Joe Moody" with this, Algernon Braithwaite on verso)--1.5
  • "Countess Anastasia"--25.2
  • "Countess Replica"--25.4
  • "The Courier"--25.5
  • "A Cricket, Billiard, or a Marble Match"--1.5
  • Criticism of Debussy, Stravinsky, and Mossorgsky's Operas--1.5
  • The Cruel Month (Volume I of Left Hand, Right Hand!)--3.9-4.4, 19.1
  • "The Dance"--24.7
  • "Danse Macabre"--27.1
  • Death of a God and Other Stories--1.8, 16.5
  • The Death of Mercury--27.8
  • Deborah--27.1
  • The Decay of Conscience--1.7
  • "Decoration from 1900-1925"--1.7
  • Dedication: To Edith--21.3
  • "Degas"--17.6
  • "Defeat"--1.7
  • Deluxe--20.3, 24.7
  • Demos the Emperor: A Secular Oratorio--1.9, 25.2, 27.4
  • Diary notes--1.7
  • Dickens--1.10, 17.3
  • Dictated drafts of letters--28.2, 28.3
  • "Dinners in Different Countries"--1.7
  • Discursions on Travel, Art and Life--18.1
  • "La Certosa di Padula"--17.6, 20.3
  • "Fiume and d'Annunzio"--19.3, 19.4
  • "In the Heel of Italy"--17.5, 19.2, 25.6
  • "Lecce"--17.6
  • "The Miracle"--17.5, 19.2
  • "Noto"--19.3
  • "Oranges in Mamble"--19.4, 19.5
  • "Puglia"--17.6, 19.2
  • "Round Etna"--19.3
  • "To Padula"--25.6
  • Dr. Maxwell Simpson and Mr. Wilton Thew--1.7
  • Double Entente--24.5
  • Down from the North we swept...--26.2
  • Downfalls (and Uprisings): A Series of Connected Studies of People--22.4
  • Dramatic Romances: Waring--1.7
  • Drifting Conversation--25.4
  • Dumb Animals and Other Stories
  • "Charles and Charlemagne"--16.4
  • "Dumb Animal"--16.3
  • "Happy Endings"--2.1-2, 16.3, 16.4, 17.2, 17.3
  • "The Love-Bird"--2.3, 16.3
  • "Dusk"--24.7, 26.2
  • Elusive Lucy [Lady Houston]--2.4
  • En Route--17.6
  • England Reclaimed: A Book of Ecologues: Introduction--17.4, 20.1, 21.3
  • "English Gothic"--2.4
  • The English Scene During the Crimean War--2.4
  • "English Tea-Rooms"--16.6, 17.6, 20.3, 25.5
  • "The Englishman's Credo"--2.4
  • "An Englishman's Home"--25.5, 26.1
  • Enlightenment--27.1
  • Entry into the Arena--2.4
  • Essay on Dante Gabriel Rossetti--24.3
  • "The Eternal Club"--26.2
  • "Exhibition of Pictures of the 17th and 18th Century at the Pitti Palace, Florence"--2.4, 18.2
  • Faith--20.4
  • "Far Away and Long Ago"--2.5
  • Fee Fi Fo Fum!--2.6-7, 22.4, 23.1, 24.8, 25.2, 26.1, 26.4
  • "A Few Days in an Author's Life"--18.4
  • A few selected instances from Sitwell's Files--2.8
  • The First Shoot: A Tragedy--2.5
  • "Fiume"--2.5
  • "Five drawings of Mr. Hague"--21.3
  • "Fools Song I"--2.5, 16.5
  • "Fools Song II"--2.5, 16.5
  • Foreword to Fresh Woods and Pastures New by Samuel Chotzinoff--2.5, 27.4
  • "Fountains"--2.5
  • The Four Continents: Being Discussions on Travel, Art and Life--2.5, 18.6, 22.4, 23.3, 23.4, 25.5, 26.1, galley folder 1
  • Four Epigrams on the Chivalry of Our Times--19.5
  • Four Portraits of Mr. Hague in [?] Profile--21.3
  • Four Songs of the Italian Earth--2.5, 25.5
  • "Fox Trot"--16.6, 24.8
  • "Fox Trot: When Solomon met the Queen of Sheba"--20.3
  • "Friendship's Due"--19.3
  • "From Carcassonne"--24.7
  • From the Margrave's Window--2.5
  • "From Syracuse"--2.5
  • "Galas"--2.9
  • The Garden--27.1
  • Garlabon (to G.M)--2.9
  • "General Conversation"--2.9
  • "The General's Wife Refuses"--20.3, 20.4
  • Gentle Caesar--3.1-4, galley folder 2, 40.6 (synopsis)
  • "Giardina Pubblico"--16.6, 20.3, 25.5
  • "The Gipsy Queen"--2.9
  • "The Glow-Worm"--2.9
  • "The Governess of Europe"--2.9
  • Grand Chain--20.3
  • "Grand Finale: Symphony"--24.2, 25.1
  • The Great Drought of 1934--2.9
  • A Great Man--2.9
  • Great Morning (Volume III of Left Hand, Right Hand!)--6.1-7.1
  • "Green-Fly"--26.2
  • "The Grey Man"--28.3
  • The Grooves of Love--25.5, 26.1
  • The Guy--2.9
  • Gypsy Girl--25.4
  • "Heaven"--5.3
  • "Henry Walton: Exhibition Catalog"--18.6
  • History Makers--5.3
  • "The History of a Portrait"--5.3
  • Holding-on--25.3
  • "How Shall We Rise to Greet the Dawn?"--5.3
  • Hyde Park--5.3
  • Hymn Monegasque--20.3
  • "Hymn to Moloch: the World's Hymn"--5.3, 25.3
  • I Wait--25.3
  • If You Became a Frenchman--3.6
  • "Il Capitano, the Fencing Master"--25.5
  • The Importance of Being Earnest--3.6
  • "In Bad Taste"--3.6
  • In His Heaven--27.1
  • The Intellectual Relationship between Younger England and Germany--19.2
  • "Introducing"--16.6, 24.8
  • Introduction to Collected poems of W. H. Davies--19.1
  • "Introduction to the Catalogue of the Frick Collection"--21.5
  • Introduction to Travels through France and Italy, by Tobias Smollet--18.6
  • Introductory speech to Edith Sitwell's Façade on its first American Performance--3.6
  • "The Invader"--3.6, 16.5
  • Ireland--24.5
  • Is Hitler a Bluffer?--3.6
  • Is It Cricket--3.6
  • "Ivan"--3.6
  • "Jack in the Box: Fantasia"--25.6
  • "The Jealous Goddess"--3.6, 16.6, 20.3
  • "Joe Moody"--1.5 (with "Count Carlo Trovabene")
  • "The Jolly Old Squire and Shank Mare's Nest"--3.6, 18.2, 25.6
  • "The Journalist's Song"--3.6, 16.5
  • A Knight of the Grail--19.5
  • "Koltchakerie"--20.4
  • Korea--3.6
  • "Lady Holmandale"--28.3
  • "Lament for Richard Rolston"--28.3
  • "A Lament to the Countryside that is Vanishing: Open Spaces"--3.7
  • Laughter in the Next Room (Volume IV of Left Hand, Right Hand!)--8.1-9.1, galley folder 3
  • "Lausiac Theme"--3.7, 25.6
  • Left Hand, Right Hand!--3.8-9.3, 19.1, 23.1
  • Let Us Shake the Image Out of the Word--16.4
  • A Letter to My Son--9.4
  • Letter to Siegfried Sassoon--3.7
  • Letter to the Editor of The Express--24.5
  • Letter to the Editor re Edith Sitwell's poetry--21.4
  • Letter to the Editor re Scot Moncrieff's art criticism--24.2
  • Letter to the Times re Mrs. Ronnie Greville--3.7
  • "Life is a Great Adventure"--25.5, 26.1
  • "Life-Song"--3.7, 16.5, 25.2
  • The Lion and the Unicorn--21.4
  • List of portrait poems--22.2
  • Lo--25.3
  • A London Calendar--3.7
  • London Transport--3.7
  • Lord Grey de Ruthyn--3.7, 28.2, 28.3
  • Love Poem--16.5
  • "Low Tide"--3.7, 19.3, 19.4, 20.1
  • "Luke Kembley"--17.4, 21.3
  • "The Machine Breaks Down"--18.2
  • "The Magnasco Society"--9.5, 28.1, 28.2
  • "Major and Mrs. Postlethwaite"--9.5, 17.3, 21.2, 24.3
  • "Make the Coronation a Great Free Show"--9.5
  • "Malgre Soi"--20.3, 20.5
  • The Man in the Front Seat--22.4
  • "The Man Who Drove Strindberg Mad"--9.5
  • The Man Who Lost Himself--9.6, 18.3, 18.5, 23.2 (preface), 24.2
  • "The Manner"--20.3, 24.8
  • "Manners Today and Yesterday"--9.5
  • Marching Imperial--16.6
  • The Mark of Cain--9.5
  • "Mary-Anne"--17.4, 19.6, 21.3
  • "Matchicha"--16.6
  • "Maxixe"--16.6, 25.6
  • Mean People--10.1
  • Memoirs--10.1
  • Memorandum--10.1
  • Men on Parade--27.6
  • Mesanthropy--26.2
  • "Milordo Inglese"--25.5, 26.1
  • Miracle on Sinai--10.2-3, 23.1
  • "Miss Ishmael"--10.1, 25.2
  • "Miss Lukewell"--28.3
  • "Miss Mew, Elegy for"--21.2, 24.2
  • "Mr. Algernon Braithwaite"--10.1
  • "Mr. Algernon Pertre"--25.2
  • "Mr. and Mrs. Goodbeare"--17.4, 18.4, 21.3, 25.1
  • Mr. and Mrs. Mountpetre [?]--26.1
  • "Mr. and Mrs. Nutch"--17.4, 21.3
  • "Mr. and Mrs. Southern"--18.4, 25.1
  • Mr. and Mrs. Tollpepper--24.4, 26.1
  • Mr. Hague--17.4, 19.6, 20.1, 21.3
  • "Mr. Thuddock"--22.4
  • "Mrs. Freudenthal Consults the Witch of Endor"--20.3, 20.4, 20.5
  • "Mrs. Kembley"--18.4, 24.2, 25.1
  • "Mrs. Kimber"--21.2
  • "The Modern Abraham: Abraham's Offering"--25.3
  • The Modern Credo--10.1
  • "Modern Fiction: Its Cause and Cure"--10.4
  • Modern Patrons--10.1
  • Modern Science--10.1
  • The Mole and the Fox--16.5
  • Monte Carlo--10.1
  • "Moping Fred"--18.4, 25.1
  • More about Enjoying Ourselves--10.1, 17.2
  • More England--10.1
  • "Most of the Game"--10.5
  • The Most Lovely Gardens in the World Today--10.1
  • Moving House--10.1, galley folder 4
  • Murder--10.6
  • The Murderers--10.6
  • The Music Hall--25.3
  • "The Musical Season"--10.6
  • "Must We Fight for Our Country?"--10.6
  • "Mustard and Cress"--10.6
  • My Favorite Shops--10.6
  • "Neptune in Chains"--16.6, 20.3, 24.4, 24.5
  • "The New London - Or Sitwell's Utopia"--10.7
  • "New Magic"--20.1
  • "New York in the `Twenties'"--10.7
  • "Night Thoughts"--20.3, 24.8, 25.6
  • "The Nightingale"--25.4
  • Noble Essences or Courteous Revelations (Volume V of Left Hand, Right Hand!)--9.2-3, 16.5, 17.1, 18.6, 19.1, 22.2, 24.1
  • "A Note on Charles Dickens"--10.7
  • A Note on English Literary Fashions between the Ward--24.6
  • A Note on Literary Derivations--24.1
  • Notes on father and myself for further reference--22.4
  • "Notes on the Way"--10.7
  • "Noto: A Baroque City"--10.7, 19.4, 19.5
  • "The Novels of George Meredith and Some Notes on the English Novel"--22.2
  • "Nursery Rhyme"--20.3, 24.4, 24.5
  • Obituary of Lady Alice Wimborne--27.4
  • Obituary of Lord Abington and Lindsay--28.2
  • "Ode for the Coronation of their Majesties King George and Queen Elizabeth, May 12, 1937"--10.8
  • "Old Charles"--28.3
  • "An Old-Fashioned Sportsman"--20.3
  • On Bores--10.8
  • On Slums--10.8
  • On Taking Oneself Seriously--10.8
  • On the Coast of Coromandel--10.8, 16.5
  • On the Continent: A Book of Inquilinics Abroad--11.1, 25.4 (contents)
  • On the Decay of Disapproval--10.8
  • On the Extinction of the Strong Silent Englishman--10.8
  • On the Importance of Hair--10.8
  • "The Open Door"--20.3
  • Open the Door--11.2, 24.8
  • Opera Houses--10.8
  • Orange Lamp in a Green Shade--19.4, 19.5
  • "Osmund Toulmin"--28.3
  • The Ostrich--16.5
  • Out of Flame--11.3, 20.3, 21.4
  • The Oyster--16.5
  • P.M.--11.5
  • P.M. Part II--11.5
  • "P.S. and R.S.V.P."--21.3, 24.8
  • "The Painter makes a sketch or two..."--17.2
  • "Parade"--16.6, 24.4, 24.5
  • "Paradise Regained"--20.3, 24.8, 25.6
  • Passports--11.4
  • Peasant songs--27.3
  • Penny Foolish: A Book of Tirades and Panegyrics--11.6-12.3, galley folder 4
  • "Adult Franchise of Domestic Animals"--11.6
  • "The Case, for Example, of the Kangaroo"
  • "The Sad Case of the Pig"
  • "Arms and the Man"--11.6
  • "The Best Years of Life"--11.6
  • "By Boat: On Traveling by Boat"--11.6
  • "By Train: On Traveling by Train"--11.6
  • "The Delights of Foreign Colonies"--11.6
  • "The Edwardians"--11.6
  • "Eighteenth Century Details"--11.6
  • "English Food"--11.6
  • "An Entertainment at the Summer Palace"--11.6
  • "Friends"--11.7
  • "Friends and Enemies"--11.7
  • "Games I" and "Games II"--11.7
  • "Games I: Our Strange Amusements"--11.7
  • "Games II: Why I Don't Like Games"--11.7, 18.3
  • "The Ghost in the Mask"--11.7
  • "Holiday Conversations"--11.7
  • "How America `Got' Me"--11.7
  • "In Praise of Indolence: In Praise of Laziness"--11.7
  • "Is Fascism British?"--11.7
  • "Lewd Sing Cuckoo"--11.7
  • "More about Monkey Glands"--11.7
  • "A Note on the Novel"--11.7
  • "On Advice: Its Giving and Receiving"--11.8
  • "On Belittlement of the Great"--11.8
  • "On Broadening the Mind"--11.8
  • "On Centenaries"--11.8
  • "On Cut Flowers"--11.8
  • "On Gardening"--11.8
  • "On Health"--11.8
  • "On Health: Hints on Health"--11.8
  • "On Interior Decorators and Decoration"--11.8
  • "On Private Schools"--12.1
  • "On Progress"--12.1
  • "On Prophets and Prophecy"--12.1
  • "On Public Schools"--12.1
  • "On Sex"--12.1
  • "On Solitude"--12.1
  • "On Street Music"--12.1
  • "On the Decay of Privacy: Privacy and its Enemies"--11.8
  • "On the Decay of Privacy: Why Can't We Have Privacy?"--11.8, 16.3
  • "One or Two Lines"--11.7
  • "Out of Season"--11.7
  • "Portrait of Lawrence"--12.2
  • Preface--12.2
  • "Rules for Being Rude"--12.2
  • "Street Music"--12.2
  • Table of Contents--12.2
  • "Ta-Ra-Ra-Boom De-Ay!"--12.2
  • "Thackeray and Vanity Fair"--12.2
  • "Travelers Tales"--12.2
  • The People's Album of London Statues--24.2
  • The Permanent Crisis--11.4
  • "Personal Prejudices"--11.4, 16.5
  • The Pheasant--16.5
  • "Phoebe Southern"--18.4
  • "Pierrot at the War"--11.4
  • The Pig--16.5
  • "A Place of One's Own"--16.5
  • "Plague-Cart before Horse"--11.4
  • Play synopsis--11.4
  • Plus ca change--11.4
  • Poem drafts--27.6
  • Poems--11.4
  • Poems about People--12.4-6, 28.2 (preface), 28.3
  • The Poet's Lament--24.7
  • "Pompey and Some Peaches I (Death of a God and Other Stories)"--16.5
  • "Pompey and Some Peaches II (Death of a God and Other Stories)"--16.5
  • The Porcupine--16.5
  • Portrait of a Very Young Man--11.4, 28.1, 28.2
  • Portrait of the Marchioness of Cholmondeley--11.4
  • Portrait Poems that Remain to be Written--26.6
  • Pound Wise--12.7-13.1, 26.3, 26.5
  • Preface to a Nineteenth Century Kaleidiscope [sic]: A Collection of Episodes, Fantastic, Mysterious and Grotesque--23.2
  • Preface to London exhibition--24.3
  • Preface to Selected Poems by Sacheverell Sitwell--27.3, 27.4
  • Preface to "Uneasy Lies the Head"--11.4
  • Preface to unidentified cookbook by Lady Ponsonby--11.4
  • Prelude--24.7
  • Preserve Our Pleasures--11.4
  • The Princess Caraboo: A Ballet in Two Scenes--11.4
  • "The Problem of the Patron"--11.4
  • The Professor--16.6
  • Prose fragments--27.4, 27.6
  • "Queen Mary: A Portrait"--22.4, 23.1
  • "R. Muggeridge Moody"--13.2
  • Rabbits--16.5
  • "Ragtime"--13.2
  • Rat Week--13.2, 21.3
  • "Readers and Writers"--13.2
  • The Red Horizon: A Play in Three Acts--13.3
  • Reply to William Mancrieff re his poems--20.4
  • Review of Alvaro Guevara Exhibition--27.5
  • Review of Cry Havoc by Beverley Nichols--13.2
  • Review of Don Fernando by Somerset Maugham--13.2
  • Review of Ethelbert White Exhibition--27.5
  • Review of Façade by Edith Sitwell--16.3
  • Review of Fantastica by Robert Nichols--21.4
  • Review of Lady Adela by Gerald Gould--24.5
  • Review of The Art of Poetry: Seven Lectures by William Patan Ker--19.3
  • Review of The Past-Victorians by John Galsworthy--13.2
  • Review of Things that Have Interested Me by Arnold Bennett--24.8
  • Reviewers and Reviewed--13.2
  • "The Rocking-horse"--16.6
  • "Sailor-Song"--24.7
  • Sakuntala--13.4, 20.3
  • The Salon--25.5
  • "Sanctions!"--13.4
  • The Scarlet Tree (Volume II of Left Hand, Right Hand!)--5.1-3, 19.1, 22.2 (Preface to Canadian edition)
  • School drawing book--13.5
  • "Severini's Art: M. Gino Severini"--13.4
  • "Sheep-Song"--26.2
  • "Shepard Wind"--13.4, 16.6
  • "A Short Character of Arnold Bennett"--13.4, galley folder 4
  • Short story--13.4
  • A Sigh for Vanished Sundays--13.4
  • "The Silence of God"--24.7
  • Sing High! Sing Low!
  • "The Conspiracy of Dwarfs"--13.6
  • "Municipal Rhapsody"--13.6, 23.2
  • "Roots of the Sole Arabian Tree"--13.6
  • "What It Feels Like to Be an Author"--13.6
  • Sir Rufus Isaacs, Now a Peer--13.4
  • "Situation Required"--27.5
  • Sitwell's Fables (selections)--13.4
  • Skirmishes with the Enemy--25.5, 26.1
  • "The Slave of Time"--13.7
  • The Snipe--16.5
  • So fair a tuan!...--25.3
  • Some Elementary Notes on Current Strategy, Statecraft and Politics--13.7
  • Some Favorite Meals--13.7
  • "Song of a General's Wife"--20.4
  • Song on the Dole--13.7
  • Songs of Intimidation--13.7
  • Songs of Sorrow and Repentance--13.7
  • "Spring Comes to the Lending Library"--25.4
  • The Statues Called to a New Two-Dimensional Life: Preface--24.2
  • "Still Life: Box and Bottle"--27.2
  • The Strange End of W. Paul Ossian--20.1
  • "The Strong School of Women Novelists"--13.7
  • "Subtlety of the Serpent"--16.6, 17.6, 20.3
  • The Suicide of Li-?--25.3
  • "Sunday Afternoon"--20.3, 20.4
  • Sunset at Sea--26.2
  • "The Sword and the Herb"--27.1
  • Synopsis: the mutually disastrous influence of America and the Continent...--13.7
  • "T.S. Eliot"--14.1, 24.1
  • Tales My Father Taught Me--14.2-4, 24.1, 25.4, 26.4-6
  • The Ten Commandments--23.1
  • "Teresa"--25.5, 26.1
  • "Then Are the Woods so Empty?"--27.1
  • Those Were the Days--14.5-15.2, 20.2
  • "The Three Miss Coltrums on the Esplanade"--24.6
  • Three Mythological Poems--20.3
  • Three Portraits and a Group--20.3
  • "Three Quarter-Length Portrait of Michael Arlen"--14.1
  • "Three Quarter-Length Portrait of the Viscountess Wimborne"--15.3
  • "Through the Window"--20.3
  • "To Charlotte Corday"--14.1, 16.5
  • "Tom"--18.4, 25.1
  • "A Touch of Nature"--17.6, 20.3, 24.8
  • "La Tour du Sorcier"--14.1, 16.5
  • Tribute to Sir Thomas Beecham--27.4
  • "Triple Fugue"--19.4, 19.5, 28.4
  • "Trippers"--24.6, 28.3
  • "True Lover's Knot"--14.1, 22.1
  • "True Story of Dick Whittington"--17.1
  • Turnadit--25.3
  • Tuscan peasant songs--27.4
  • Two articles in shorthand--27.1
  • "Two Generations"--22.1
  • "Two Mexican Pieces"--16.6, 24.5
  • "Ultimate Judgment"--16.6, 20.3, 24.4
  • Uniformity in Modern Life--15.4
  • Universities--15.4
  • Unmarried Women--15.4
  • The Unreason of Unrest--20.5
  • Untitled autobiographical section--28.1
  • Untitled essay on taste--27.1
  • Untitled essay on the art of John Paper--27.6
  • Untitled play--27.1
  • "Urban Spring Song"--28.3
  • Verses for David Horner--15.4
  • A Very Short History of the World--16.4
  • "Victoriana"--17.3, 24.3
  • Les Vieilles dames sans merci--26.2
  • "The Villa Jernyngham"--25.5, 26.1
  • "The Vision"--15.4, 16.5
  • "W.D.: F.M."--25.5, 26.1
  • "A War to End Class War"--15.4
  • "The Warhorse Chants"--20.3
  • "War-horses"--20.3, 24.8
  • Water Falling from an Unknown Height--15.4
  • We Three--15.4
  • "What Was Your Dream, Doctor Murricomde?"--28.3
  • When Solomon Met the Queen of Sheba--16.6, 25.6
  • "Which Is the Real?"--27.1
  • Who Killed the Cock-Robin--17.6
  • "Why do you climb trees with a rose in your mouth..."--27.4
  • Why Not Be Sensible?--15.4
  • "Why Should a Sailor Ride the Sea?"--24.7
  • The Widower--25.4
  • Winter the Huntsman--20.1, 27.1
  • Winters of Content: More Discursions on Travel, Art and Life--16.1, 17.3, 22.3, 24.1, 28.3 (introduction)
  • Wrack at Tideland: A Book of Balnearics--16.2, 20.6, 21.1
  • You Is Beautiful--25.3
  • "Youth at the Prow, and Pleasure at the Helm"--17.6, 20.3, 25.6

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