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Edward Thomas - Robert Frost Letters

Photocopies and typescripts of letters spanning virtually the whole course of the Thomas - Frost relationship until Thomas's death in 1917. Mainly written from Thomas to Frost, they cover domestic issues as well as thoughts on poetry and the work of other writers and Thomas's observations from France. Also included are a letter from Roger Ingpen to Frost immediately after Thomas's death discussing the publication of "Eastaway's poems" and one from Frost to Helen Thomas extolling the virtues of Thomas as "the bravest and best and dearest man you and I have ever known"

Letter from Edward Thomas to Eleanor Farjeon

Letter contained in book "The Prose of Edward Thomas" selected by Roland Gant. Volume inscribed "To dearest Joan from Nellie Christmas 1954" [Eleanor Farjeon's handwriting]

Letter published in "The Last Four Years" by Eleanor Farjeon, page 101. Responds to news that Eleanor's brother Herbert [Bertie] is to be married to Joan Thornycroft daughter of Sir Hamo Thornycroft RA, sculptor. Joan was also, via her aunt Theresa Sassoon née Thornycroft, first cousin to Siegfried Sassoon

Photocopy of receipt for "New Numbers"

Photocopy of an original receipt for the periodical New Numbers for 7s 6d from Norman S Macdonnell. Handwritten by Catherine Abercrombie. Accompanied by a postcard from Lorna Beckett, later Chair of the Rupert Brooke Society

Letter from Edward Thomas to C F Cazenove

Previously unpublished letter from Thomas to his literary agent C F Cazenove. Describes his current works and confides his dislike for commissioned "hack work". The letter ends that "some sort of end is pretty well up above the horizon". Includes typed transcription

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