Autograph letter signed : Montagnana, Italy, to Jane Clark, 1954 Oct. 10. (Book, 1954) [WorldCat.org]
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Autograph letter signed : Montagnana, Italy, to Jane Clark, 1954 Oct. 10.

Author: Edith Sitwell; Jane Clark, Lady; Kenneth Clark
Edition/Format:   Manuscript   Archival Material : English
Publication:Edith Sitwell letters to Kenneth and Jane Clark (MA 3848) item 85
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Asking her to lunch at the Sesame Club on the 27th, noting that Pavel, whose exhibition opens the previous day, is coming; inviting her to a musical party at the Sesame the following day; wishing that Kenneth was not in New York; enclosing an article from the Spectator, and remarking on its argument that she, along with Kafka, James, Eliot and Kierkegaard have all been displaced by the likes of Donald Davie;  Read more...
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Named Person: Pavel Tchelitchew; Franz Kafka; Henry James; T S Eliot; Søren Kierkegaard; Donald Davie; Dylan Thomas; Donald Davie; T S Eliot; Henry James; Franz Kafka; Søren Kierkegaard; Pavel Tchelitchew; Dylan Thomas
Material Type: Manuscript
Document Type: Book, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Edith Sitwell; Jane Clark, Lady; Kenneth Clark
OCLC Number: 773395187
Notes: Written from "Castello di Montegufoni, Montagnana, Val di Pesa prov. Firenze."
Part of a large collection of autograph letters of Dame Edith Sitwell to Kenneth and Jane Clark. Items in the collection have been described individually in separate catalog records; see related collection-level record for more information.
Description: 1 item (6 pages) ; 20.3 cm

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Asking her to lunch at the Sesame Club on the 27th, noting that Pavel, whose exhibition opens the previous day, is coming; inviting her to a musical party at the Sesame the following day; wishing that Kenneth was not in New York; enclosing an article from the Spectator, and remarking on its argument that she, along with Kafka, James, Eliot and Kierkegaard have all been displaced by the likes of Donald Davie; recalling the Times Literary Supplement article; mentioning that she has just finished her elegy for Dylan Thomas.

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