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|Named Person:||Lytton Strachey; Lytton Strachey; John C Daniell; Crosby Gaige; Arthur Pforzheimer; Charles Richard Sanders|
|Document Type:||Archival Material|
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|Notes:||The addition is not represented in the microfilmed material.|
Addition (2011-0113) (6 items, 0.1 lin. ft.; dated 1929) contains three autograph letters from Strachey to a Major [John C.] Daniell about Elizabeth and Essex. Also includes related typescript newspaper editorial and clippings. In the letters, Strachey concedes that he should have described John Daniell in Elizabeth and Essex as the Earl's "follower" rather than "servant," in view of the pedigree the Major contributed to the TIMES Literary Supplement. Strachey promised to make this alteration in subsequent editions, but resolutely defended his description of Daniell as a 'ruffian' and his account of Daniell's ruin in the book. He then asked for forgiveness for his remarks "if, as I suppose, you are one of Daniell's descendants. My only excuse is that it all happened a long time ago! ..."
- Strachey, Lytton, -- 1880-1932.
- Strachey, Lytton, -- 1880-1932. -- Elizabeth and Essex.
- Daniell, John C.
- Gaige, Crosby, -- 1882-1949.
- Pforzheimer, Arthur.
- Sanders, Charles Richard, -- 1904-
- Authors and publishers.
- Authors, British -- Correspondence.
- Authors, British -- Manuscripts.
- Book collectors -- United States.