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Undergraduate study, Queen Mary, University of London
Ref No (click to see in context)JI/5/9
TitleResearch notes bundle
Extent1 file
DescriptionResearch notes on 19th century, H A Jones, Pinero, 20th century theatre, 20th century drama, Somerset Maugham, comedy of the 20s, Noel Coward, film criticism, cinema criticism, cinema, film, Soviet films, Dr Johnson, semantics, George Orwell, Coleridge criticism, 18th century taste, pre-Romantic criticism, Romantic poetry, Restoration comedy, imagery and other subjects, c1924-c1963.
Leaflet for 'The Film Society, 1938-1939', 1938-1939.
Programme for the Tatler Theatre and Anglo-Soviet Film Season, 7 December 1941.
Letter from Iris regarding theatre and personal news, 13 May 1924.
Letter from B E C Davies of Westfield College regarding essay paper for Mrs Faulkner, 7 April 1942.
Newspaper articles about:
'The New Films', 1939-1945.
The Daily Mirror entitled 'Sauciness, Scandal and Social Significance' from the Daily Mail, 26 Apr 1962.
English language entitled 'Language Being Killed', c1924-c1963.
'Mr Macmillian Asks for Patience with Russia', c1957-c1963.
Bureaucratic language, c1924-c1963.
'Under the Volcano' by Malcolm Lowry, c1960.
A short story, c1924-c1963.
Politics entitled 'Right Left', c1924-c1963.
Museum Reading Room slips, 1924.
Access StatusOpen
CodePerson or Corporate Body Name
DS/UK/1731Pinero; Sir; Arthur Wing (1855-1934); English Actor, Dramatist, Stage Director
DS/UK/1732Maugham; William Somerset (1874-1965); British Playwright, Novelist, Short Story Writer
DS/UK/1629Coward; Sir; Noël Peirce (1899-1973); English Playwright, Composer, Director, Actor, Singer
DS/UK/1557Johnson; Samuel (1709-1784); English Writer
DS/UK/1627Orwell; George (1903-1950); English Novelist, Journalist
DS/UK/310Coleridge; Samuel Taylor (1772-1834); English poet; Romantic; Literary critic and philosopher.
DS/UK/1733Davies; B E C (fl.1941-1944); Reader of English Language and Literature, Westfield College
DS/UK/1734Macmillian; Maurice Harold (1894-1986); 1st Earl of Stockton, OM, PC, FRS; Prime Minister of the United Kingdom
DS/UK/70Isaacs; Jacob (1896-1973); Professor; Academic and writer.