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Undergraduate study, Queen Mary, University of London
Ref No (click to see in context)JI/5/7
TitleResearch notes bundle
Extent1 file
Description1) Bundle of research notes on Milton, epic, Shakespeare, Rospigliosi, Blackfriars, modern literature, the 90's, Paradise Lost and epic, opera Rome, Italy, Palestine, theatre Italian, Rome Vatican, Ferrara and other subjects, c1955-c1965.
Letter used as notepaper from the University of London in relation to Isaac's appointment as Examiner, 12 September 1958.
Letter from the Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticano regarding Isaac's request to visit, 5 August 1959.
Receipt from Soprintendenza Alle Gallerie in Florence, 7 September 1959.
Exam paper for King's College Diploma Course in Literature, 'English Poetry, From Spenser to Tennyson', 1914.
Newspaper articles about:
'Remote Sumerians - Modern Appeal of Ancient Art' from the Sunday Times, 1960.
2) Pocket notebook including notes on subjects such as Keats, Haydon and [unknown], Shakespeare, theatre, Charles J de Lacy, Dickens, Fuseli, Callot, Eliot and the theatre, satire, Henry James, drawings, words, Baroque and Rococo, Leonardo, Pozzo, Eliot and Sherlock Holmes, TS Eliot, James Joyce, Rome, theatre Italian, Milton, Simeon Solomon and other personal notes, c1955-c1965.
3) Pocket notebook including notes on subjects such as caricature, Leavis, Sunday Times, D Richardson, Augustan, A C Bradley, Dostoevsky, Bennett, Conan Doyle, Pope, Milton, Palazzo Baberini, drawings, Rome, theatre Italian, Italy and other subjects, c1955-c1965.
4) Pocket notebook including notes on subjects such as Rome, theatre, Shakespeare, satire, Belevedere, Dr Johnson, Sir Sidney Lee, Leonardo, Sir Anthony Blunt, Pozzo, drawings, words, T S Eliot, Baroque, Maynard Mack, criticism, Renaissance, Augustan, the essay, Pope and other personal notes, c1955-c1965.
5) Letter from TS Eliot, 9 July 1957.
ArrangementTwo folders, TS Eliot letter in folder 2 of 2
Access StatusOpen
CodePerson or Corporate Body Name
DS/UK/183Milton; John (1608-1674); poet
DS/UK/516Shakespeare; William (1564-1616); Playwright.
DS/UK/1718Clement IX (1600-1669); Pope
DS/UK/1719Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticano; 1475-; Library of the Holy See
DS/UK/90Keats; John (1795-1821); An English Romantic poet.
DS/UK/38Haydon; Benjamin Robert (1786-1846); Painter
DS/UK/1721De Lacy; Charles John (1860-1936); English Artist
DS/UK/1499Dickens; Charles (1812-1870); Writer
DS/UK/1565Fuseli; Henry (1741-1825); Swiss Painter, Draughtsman, Writer on Art
DS/UK/1523Callot; Jacques (1592-1635); Baroque Printmaker, Draftsman
DS/UK/563Eliot; Thomas Stearns (1888-1965); An American-born poet, playwright, and literary critic.
DS/UK/1518James; Henry (1843-1916); OM; Writer
DS/UK/1595da Vinci; Leonardo (1452-1519); Italian Renaissance Polymath
DS/UK/1722Pozzo; Andrea (1642-1709); Italian Jesuit Brother, Baroque Painter, Architect, Decorator, Stage Designer, Art Theoretician
DS/UK/1509Joyce; James Augusta Aloysius (1882-1941); Irish Novelist, Poet
DS/UK/1675Solomon; Simeon (1840-1905); English Pre-Raphaelite Painter
DS/UK/552Leavis; Frank Raymond (1895-1978); An influential British literary critic.
DS/UK/1723Bradley; Andrew Cecil (1851-1935); English Literary Scholar
DS/UK/1610Dostoyevsky; Fyodor Mikhailovich (1821-1881); Russian Novelist, Short Story Writer, Essayist
DS/UK/1724Conan Doyle; Sir; Arthur Ignatius; Scottish Physician, Writer
DS/UK/529Pope; Alexander (1688-1744); An eighteenth-century English poet.
DS/UK/1557Johnson; Samuel (1709-1784); English Writer
DS/UK/1359Lee; Sir; Sidney (1859-1926); English biographer and critic.
DS/UK/1726Blunt; Anthony Frederick (1907-1983); British Art Historian, Soviet Spy
DS/UK/375The Times; 1785-; National newspaper.
DS/UK/70Isaacs; Jacob (1896-1973); Professor; Academic and writer.