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T S Eliot Collection - list of items

The items below are listed in the order used in Donald Gallup's definitive bibliography of Eliot's works. Please use your browser to find specific authors or titles.

A. Books and pamphlets by TS Eliot

SCEA 1
Prufrock and other observations
London: The Egoist Press
1917. - 40p. - Gallup A1. - Published June 1917 in an edition of 500 copies
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SCEA 2
Ezra Pound his metric and poetry
New York: Alfred A. Knopf
1917 [i.e. 1918]. - 31p; port. - Gallup A2. - Published early Jan 1918 in an edition of 1,000 copies. - With the plain buff dust-jacket
0432527


SCEA 4
Ara Vus Prec
London: The Ovid Press
1919 [i.e. 1920]. - 54,[2]p. - Gallup A4. - Published early Feb 1920. No 121 of 264 copies. - In this copy the final poems and colophon are printed in the wrong order. The book is correctly titled "Ara Vos Prec" on the spine label
0432530


SCEA 5a
The sacred wood: essays on poetry and criticism
London: Methuen
1920. - xviii,155p. - Gallup A5a. - Published November 4 1920. - Provenance: (1) "Bonamy Dobree London 8.24", with minor marking: (2) John Crow
F048495


SCEA 5c
The sacred wood: essays on poetry and criticism. - 4th edition
London: Methuen
1934. - xix,171p. - (The Fountain library). - A reprint of Gallup A5c, the 2nd ed with a new preface, 1928. - Provenance: John Crow
F048502


SCEA 6c
The waste land
Richmond: Printed and published by Leonard and Virginia Woolf at the Hogarth Press
1923. - 35p. - Gallup A6c. - Published Sept 12 1923 in an edition of about 460 copies
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SCEA 6x
The waste land: a facsimile and transcript of the original drafts including the annotations of Ezra Pound; edited by Valerie Eliot
London: Faber and Faber
1971. - xxxii,[6],3-155,[1]p; port, facsims. - No 64 of 500 numbered copies in slip case
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SCEA 7
Homage to John Dryden: three essays on poetry of the seventeenth century
London: Published by Leonard and Virginia Woolf at the Hogarth Press
1924. - 46p. - (The Hogarth essays IV). - Gallup A7. - Published Oct 30 1924 in an edition of about 2,000 copies. - Provenance: (1) "Bonamy Dobree London 1924" with pencil notes; (2) John Crow (the 2nd impression, 1927)
F048504


SCEA 8a
Poems 1909-1925
London: Faber & Gwyer
1925. - 98p. - Gallup A8a. - Published Nov 23 1925 in an edition of 1,460 copies. - Provenance: (1) "Bonamy Dobree London Dec 1925" with pencil notes; (2) John Crow (with dust-jacket) F048481


SCEA 9a
Journey of the magi; drawings by E McKnight Kauffer
London: Faber & Gwyer
[1927]. - [8]p; col ill. - (The Ariel poems no. 8). - Gallup A9a. - Published Aug 25 1927 in an edition of 5,000 copies. - 2 copies
F048577


SCEA 10
Shakespeare and the stoicism of Seneca: an address read before the Shakespeare Association 18th March, 1927
London: Published for the Shakespeare Association by Oxford University Press
1927. - 17p. - Gallup A10. - Published Sept 22 1927. - Provenance: "Bonamy Dobree Sept 1927"
F099807


SCEA 11a
A song for Simeon; drawing by E McKnight Kauffer
London: Faber & Gwyer
[1928]. - [8]p; col ill. - (The Ariel poems no. 16). - Gallup A11a. - Published Sept 28 1928 in an edition of 3,500 copies. - Provenance: Signed by Bonamy Dobree
F099808


SCEA 12a
For Lancelot Andrewes: essays on style and order
London: Faber & Gwyer
1928. - xi,[1],13-143p. - Gallup A12a. - Published Nov 20 1928 in an edition of 1,500 copies. - Provenance: (1) "Bonamy Dobree [?] Jan 1929"; (2) John Crow (with the dust-jacket with a design by Edward Bawden)
F048482


SCEA 13a
Dante
London: Faber & Faber
1929. - 69p. - (The poets on the poets no.2). - Gallup A13a. - Published Sept 29 1929 in an edition of 2,000 copies. - Provenance: Inscribed "For Bonamy Dobree Esq from the author T.S. Eliot 3.x.29"
F099809


SCEA 14a
Animula; wood engravings by Gertrude Hermes
London: Faber & Faber
[1929]. - [8]p; col ill. - (The Ariel poems no. 23). - Gallup A14a. - Published Oct 9 1929 in an edition of 3,000 copies. - 2 copies
F099810


SCEA 15b
Ash-wednesday
London: Faber & Faber
1930. - 21p. - Gallup A15b. - Published April 29 1930 in an edition of 2,000 copies. - Provenance: (1) Inscribed "Bonamy from T.S.E." with pencil notes (2nd impression, May 1930); (2) "Bonamy Dobree (spare copy)" heavily annotated in pencil (in dust-jacket); (3) John Crow
F048527


SCEA 16a
Perse, Saint-John
Anabasis: a poem; by St-J Perse, with a translation into English by T S Eliot

London: Faber & Faber
1930. - 75p. - Gallup A16a. - Published May 22 1930 in an edition of 1,650 copies of which 1101 were cut down and reissued in 1937. - Provenance: "Bonamy Dobree Mensham 1930" (in dust-jacket)
F099811


SCEA 16e
Perse, Saint-John
Anabasis: a poem; by St-John Perse, with a translation by T S Eliot. - Revised
and corrected [3rd] ed
New York: Harcourt, Brace and Company
1949. - 109p. - Gallup A16e. - Published Nov 10 1949 in an edition of 3,000 copies. - Contains "Note to revised edition" pp13-14. - In dust-jacket
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SCEA 16f
Perse, Saint-John
Anabasis: a poem; by St-John Perse, translated by T S Eliot. - Revised [4th] ed

London: Faber and Faber
1959. - 96p. - Gallup A16f. - Published May 22 1959 in an edition of 2,000 copies. - Contains the 3 line "Note to the third [i.e. 4th] edition" p15. - In dust-jacket
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SCEA 17a
Marina; drawings by E McKnight Kauffer
London: Faber & Faber
[1930]. - [8]p; col ill. - (The Ariel poems no. 29). - Gallup A17a. - Published Sept 25 1930 in an edition of 2,000 copies
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SCEA 18
Thoughts after Lambeth
London: Faber & Faber
1931. - 32p. - (Criterion miscellany no. 30). - Gallup A18. - Published March 5 1931 in an edition of 3,000 copies. - Provenance: John Crow
F048525


SCEA 19a
Triumphal march; drawings by E McKnight Kauffer
London: Faber & Faber
[1931]. - [8]p; col ill. - (The Ariel poems no. 35). - Gallup A19a. - Published Oct 29 1931 in an edition of 2,000 copies. - Provenance: (1) Inscribed "Margaret to Valentine & Bonamy Christmas 1931"; (2) John Crow
F066542


SCEA 20a
Charles Whibley: a memoir
London: Oxford University Press
1931. - 13p. - (The English Association: pamphlet no. 80). - Gallup A20a. - Published Jan 14 1932 (distributed to members of the English Association in Dec 1931) in an edition of about 4,000 copies
F099812


SCEA 21a
Selected essays 1917-1932
London: Faber and Faber
1932. - 454p. - Gallup A21a. - Published Sept 15 1932 in an edition of 3,000 copies. - Provenance: Inscribed "to Bonamy Dobree from T.S. Eliot 6.iv.32"
F099813


SCEA 21x
Selected essays. - 2nd edition revised and enlarged
London: Faber and Faber
1934. - 468p. - Not noted in Gallup this edition adds the essay on John Marston (1934)
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SCEA 22a
John Dryden, the poet, the dramatist, the critic: three essays
New York: Terence & Elsa Holliday
1932. - 67p. - Gallup A22a. - Published Oct 18 1932 in an edition of 1,000 copies
0432544


SCEA 23
Sweeney Agonistes: fragments of an aristophanic melodrama
London: Faber & Faber
1932. - 31p. - Gallup A23. - Published Dec 1 1932 in an edition of 4,100 copies. - Provenance: Bonamy Dobree
F099814


SCEA 24a
The use of poetry and the use of criticism: studies in the relation of criticism to poetry in England
London: Faber and Faber
1933. - 156p. - Gallup A24a. - Published Nov 2 1933 in an edition of 2,500 copies. - Provenance: (1) "Bonamy Dobree London Jan 1934" with a few pencil annotations; (2) John Crow; (3) With the author's signature on the t.p.
F048491


SCEA 25a
After strange gods: a primer of modern heresy: the Page-Barbour lectures at the University of Virginia 1933
London: Faber and Faber
1934. - 68p. - Gallup A25a. - Published Feb 22 1934 in an edition of 3,000 copies. - Provenance: John Crow
F048489


SCEA 26a
The rock: a pageant play written for performance at Sadler's Wells Theatre 28 May - 9 June 1934 on behalf of the Forty-five Churches Fund of the Diocese of London: book of words by T.S. Eliot
London: Faber & Faber
1934. - 86p. - Gallup A26a. - Published May 31 1934 in an edition of 2000 copies (one of 1,000 bound in grey paper boards). - Provenance: Inscribed "to Bonamy from T.S.E." (in dust-jacket)
F099815


SCEA 27a
Elizabethan essays
London: Faber & Faber
1934. - 195p. - (The Faber library no. 24). -Gallup A27a. - Published Oct 4 1934 in an edition of 4,000 copies. - Provenance: (1) Inscribed "Bonamy from T.S.E." (in dust-jacket); (2) John Crow
F048523


SCEA 27b
Essays on Elizabethan drama. - [New ed]
New York: Harcourt, Brace and Company
1956. - x,178p. - (A Harvest book). - Gallup A27b. - Published Sept 14 1956 in an edition of 15,000 copies. - Contains a Preface dated Dec 1955 pp vii-x, omits 3 essays from A27a and adds "Seneca in Elizabethan translation". - Provenance: John Crow
F048522


SCEA 29a
Murder in the cathedral. - Acting edition for the Festival of the Friends of Canterbury Cathedral 1935
Canterbury: H.J. Goulden
1935. - [2],38p. - Gallup A29a. - Published May 10 in an edition of 750 copies (though local sources suggest extra copies were printed as required). - An abbreviated performance text
F099816


SCEA 29b
Murder in the cathedral
London: Faber and Faber
1935. - 87p. - Gallup A29b. - Published June 13 1935 in an edition of 3,000 copies. - Provenance: Inscribed "Bonamy Dobree from T.S. Eliot 5.vi.35" (in dust-jacket)
F099817


SCEA 29c
Murder in the cathedral. - 2nd ed
London: Faber and Faber
1936. - 86p. - Gallup A29c. - Published January 1936 in an edition of 3,000 copies. - With new author's note p7. - In dust-jacket
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SCEA 29e
Murder in the cathedral. - 4th ed
London: Faber and Faber
1938 rep 1940. - 88p. - Reprint of Gallup A29e. - The author's note p7 is extended. - Provenance: John Crow
F048505


SCEA 29i
The film of Murder in the cathedral; by T S Eliot and George Hoellering
London: Faber and Faber
1952. - 126p, [6] leaves of plates, [48]p of plates; ill., some col. - Gallup A29i. - Published April 18 1952 in an edition of 10,000 copies. - With a new preface by TSE pp7-10. - Provenance: Signed by Bonamy Dobree with occasional pencil annotations (in dust-jacket)
F099818


SCEA 29z
Murder in the cathedral
Two theatre programmes: (1) The revival (late 1930s?) at the Mercury Theatre produced by E Martin Browne "with several of the original cast"; (2) King's College Commemoration plays 1949 production, programme dated Dec 8 1949 in ink
F099819


SCEA 31a
Essays ancient & modern
London: Faber and Faber
1936. - 190p. - Gallup A31a. - Published March 5 1936 in an edition of 2,500 copies. - Provenance: Inscribed "for Bonamy D. from T.S. Eliot 20.ii.36" (in dust-jacket)
F099820


SCEA 32a
Collected poems 1909-1935
London: Faber & Faber
1936. - 191p. - Gallup A32a. - Published on April 2 1936 in an edition of 6,000 copies
F099821


SCEA 32x
Collected poems 1909-1935
London: Faber & Faber
1958. - 191p. - (Faber paper covered editions). - Provenance: John Crow
F048516


SCEA 32y
Later poems 1925-1935
London: Faber & Faber
1941. - 159p. - (The Faber library no. 50). - The second part of A32a reprinted to form a companion to "Poems 1909-1925" issued in 1932 as no.4 of The Faber library. - Provenance: John Crow (in dust-jacket)
F048501


SCEA 33a
The family reunion: a play
London: Faber and Faber
1939. - 136p. - Gallup A33a. - Published March 21 1939 in an edition of 6,375 copies. - Provenance: (1) Inscribed "Bonamy Dobree from T.S. Eliot 13.iii.39" (in dust-jacket); (2) John Crow
F048483


SCEA 33z
The family reunion: a play
Theatre programme for the Mercury Theatre revival produced by E Martin Browne, 1946
F126501


SCEA 34a
Old Possum's book of practical cats
London: Faber and Faber
1939. - 45p. - Gallup A34a. - Published Oct 5 1939 in an edition of 3,005 copies. - Two copies in dust-jackets, one (John Crow) being the 2nd impression of November 1939
F048499


SCEA 35a
The idea of a Christian society
London: Faber and Faber
1939. - 99p. - Gallup A35a. - Published Oct 26 1939 in an edition of 2,000 copies. - Two copies, one the 2nd impression of November 1939 in dust-jacket (John Crow)
F048500


SCEA 36b
East Coker: a poem
[London]: Reprinted from the Easter Number of the "New English Weekly"
1940. - 8p. - Gallup A36b. - Published shortly before June 1940 in an edition of 500 copies
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SCEA 36c
East Coker
London: Faber and Faber
1940. - 15p. - Gallup A36c. - Published Sept 12 1940 in an edition of 9,030 copies. - Provenance: (1) Inscribed "to Bonamy Dobree from T.S. Eliot"; (2) John Crow (2 copies, 1 heavily annotated). - Also copies of impressions 2 (Oct 1940), 3 (Nov 1940), & 4 (Jan 1941)
F048467


SCEA 37
Burnt Norton
London: Faber and Faber
1941. - 15p. - Gallup A37. - First separate edition published Feb 20 1941 in an edition of 4,000 copies. - Provenance: John Crow (3 copies, 1 heavily annotated). - Also a copy of the 2nd impression, March 1941
F072851


SCEA 38
Points of view
London: Faber and Faber
1941. - 158p. - (Sesame books). - Gallup A38. - Published July 24 1941 in an edition of 4,000 copies. - Provenance:(1) Inscribed "B.D. from T.S.E. 24.7.41"; (2) John Crow; (both in dust-jacket)
F048490


SCEA 39
The Dry Salvages
London: Faber and Faber
1941. - 15p. - Gallup A39.- Published Sept 4 1941 in an edition of 11,223 copies. - Provenance: (1) Inscribed "Bonamy Dobree from T.S. Eliot Sep. 1941"; (2) John Crow (3 copies, 1 heavily annotated)
F048468


SCEA 40
The classics and the man of letters: the Presidential Address delivered to the Classical Association on 15 April 1942
London: Oxford University Press
1942. - 27p. - Gallup A40. - Published August 13 1942 in an edition of 5,017 copies. - Provenance: (1) Inscribed "Bonamy Dobree from T.S.E."; (2) John Crow
F048471


SCEA 41
The music of poetry: the third W P Ker Memorial Lecture delivered in the University of Glasgow 24th February 1942
Glasgow: Jackson, Son & Company, Publishers to the University
1942. - 28p. - (Glasgow University publications LVII). - Gallup A41. - Published August 30 1942 in an edition of 1,000 copies. - Provenance: (1) Inscribed "B.D. from T.S.E."; (2) John Crow
F048492


SCEA 42
Little Gidding
London: Faber and Faber
1942. - 16p. - Gallup A42. - Published Dec 1 1942 in an edition of 16,775 copies. - Provenance: John Crow (3 copies, 1 heavily annotated)
F048470


SCEA 43b
Four quartets
London: Faber and Faber
1944. - 44p. - Gallup A43b. - Published Oct 31 1944 in an edition of 6,000 copies. - Provenance: John Crow (in dust-jacket)
F048484


SCEA 43x
Four quartets
London: Faber and Faber
1959. - 59p. - (Faber paper covered editions). - Published July 3 1959 in an edition of 58,640 copies. - Provenance: John Crow. - Also a copy of the Harvest Book edition, published in New York by Harcourt, Brace & World, 196?
F048585


SCEA 44
Reunion by destruction: reflections on a scheme for church union in South India: addressed to the laity
[London]: The Council for the Defence of Church Principles
[1943]. - [2],21p. - Gallup A44. - Published Nov 1943. - Provenance: John Crow (2 copies)
F048472


SCEA 45b
What is a classic? an address delivered before the Virgil Society on the 16th October 1944
London: Faber & Faber
1945. - 32p. - Gallup A45b. - Published Feb 2 1945 in an edition of 4,500 copies. - Provenance: (1) Inscribed "Bonamy Dobree from T.S. Eliot 7.ii.45" (in dust-jacket); (2) John Crow
F048478


SCEA 49
Milton: annual lecture on a master mind, Henriette Hertz Trust of the British Academy 1947. From the Proceedings of the British Academy, vol XXXIII
London: Published for the British Academy by Oxford University Press
1947. - [2],19p. - Gallup A49. - Published Oct 23 1947 in an edition of 500 copies. - Provenance: (1) Inscribed "Bonamy Dobree from T.S.E. 24.10.47"; (2) John Crow
F048493


SCEA 50xa
Selected poems
Harmondsworth: Penguin Books
1948. - 125p. - (The Penguin poets). - Gallup A50x. - Published July 1948 in an edition of 50,000 copies. - Also a copy of the 2nd impression, 1951 (John Crow)
F048518


SCEA 50xb
Selected poems
New York: Harcourt, Brace & World
[1967]. - 127p. - (Harbrace paperback library). - Gallup A50xb. - Published Oct 18 1967 in an edition of 50,000 copies. - Provenance: John Crow
F061786


SCEA 51a
Notes towards the definition of culture
London: Faber and Faber
1948. - 124p. - Gallup A51a. - Published on Nov 5 1948 in an edition of 6,000 copies. - Provenance: Signed by Bonamy Dobree, with a publisher's compliments slip typed "with Mr Eliot's compliments" inserted, as is a copy of W.H. Auden's review in the New Yorker, April 23 1948 (in dust-jacket)
F126502


SCEA 52b
From Poe to Valery: a lecture delivered at the Library of Congress on Friday, November 19, 1948
Washington: Library of Congress
1949. - [2],16p. - Gallup A52b. - Distributed gratis in Dec 1949, 1,000 copies printed. - Provenance: (1) Bonamy Dobree (not signed), with a Faber compliments slip typed "from Mrs T.S. Eliot" inserted; (2) John Crow
F048520


SCEA 55a
The cocktail party: a comedy
London: Faber and Faber
1950. - 167,[4]p. - Gallup A55a. - Published March 9 1950 in an edition of 19,950 copies. - Provenance: (1) Inscribed "Bonamy Dobree from T.S. Eliot" (in dust-jacket); (2) J. Burgon Bickersteth; (3) John Crow
F048475


SCEA 55b
The cocktail party: a comedy
New York: Harcourt, Brace and Company
1950. - 190,[2]p. - Gallup A55b. - Published March 10 1950 in an edition of 10,000 copies. - In dust-jacket
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SCEA 55z
The cocktail party: a comedy
Miscellanea: 2 leaves from the programme of the New Theatre production directed by E Martin Browne, 12 June 1950, plus the Daily Telegraph review of the first night, May 4 1950; Programme of the Henry Miller's Theatre, New York production, week beginning Sept 11 1950, directed by E Martin Browne; TLS review of the published text March 31 1950
F126503


SCEA 56b
Poems written in early youth
London: Faber and Faber
1967. - 43p. - Gallup A56b. - Published May 2 1967 in an edition of 15,000 copies. - Provenance: Inscribed "To Valentine, Bonamy with much love Valerie"
F126504


SCEA 57b
Poetry and drama: the Theodore Spencer Memorial Lecture, Harvard University, November 21, 1950
London: Faber and Faber
1951. - Gallup A57b. - Published Sept 28 1951 in an edition of 10,000 copies. - Provenance: (1) Inscribed "B.D. from T.S.E. 12.xi.51" (in dust-jacket); (2) John Crow (in dust-jacket)
F048480


SCEA 58x
The value and use of cathedrals in England today
[Chichester: The Friends of Chichester Cathedral
1965]. - [2],16p. - A reprint of Gallup A58 originally published by the Friends in 1952
0432539


SCEA 59a
An address to members of the London Library: on the occasion of his assuming the office of President of the Library. Delivered at the Annual General Meeting of Members in the Reading Room, 22 July 1952
[London]: The London Library
1952. - [8]p. - Gallup A59a. - Published in Sept 1952 in an edition of 500 copies
0432531


SCEA 61
Selected prose; edited by John Hayward
London: Penguin Books
1953. - 250p. - Gallup A61. - Published March 1953 in an edition of ca 40,000 copies. - Provenance: (1) Bonamy Dobree; (2) John Crow
F048514


SCEA 63a
The three voices of poetry
London: Published for the National Book League by Cambridge University Press
1953. - Gallup A63a. - Published Dec 11 1953 in an edition of 7,000 copies. - Provenance: (1) Inscribed "Bonamy Dobree from T.S.E."; (2) John Crow (with a cutting from the Times, Nov 20 1953, on the original lecture at the NBL inserted). - Also a copy of the 2nd ed, 1955
F064987


SCEA 64a
The confidential clerk: a play
London: Faber and Faber
1954. - 134,[2]p. - Gallup A64a. - Published March 5 1954 in an edition of 20,000 copies. - Provenance: (1) Inscribed "Bonamy Dobree from T.S.Eliot 18.iii.54 I hope I may profit from your Sewanee [i.e. Sewanee Review, vol. LXII, pp117-131]. But the colocation of Kyd and Tourneur puzzles me - is this the beginning or the end of phase of theatre??" (in dust-jacket); (2) John Crow
F048476


SCEA 64z
The confidential clerk: a play
Theatre programme: Lyric Theatre, Wednesday, 16th September 1953. Directed by E Martin Browne
F126505


SCEA 66a
The cultivation of Christmas trees; illustrated by David Jones
London: Faber and Faber
1954. - [4]p; col ill. - (Ariel poems: new series). - Gallup A66a. - Published Oct 26 1954 in an edition of 10,140 copies. - Provenance: Inscribed "to Bonamy Dobree for Christmas from T.S.E. 1954"
F126506


SCEA 67
The literature of politics: a lecture delivered at a C P C Literary Luncheon; with a foreword by Sir Anthony Eden
London: Conservative Political Centre
1955. - 22p. - Gallup A67. - Published June 1955 in an edition of 6,160 copies. - Provenance: John Crow
F048473


SCEA 68
The frontiers of criticism: a lecture delivered at the University of Minnesota Williams Arena on April 30, 1956
[Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press]
1956. - [2],20p. - Gallup A68. - Distributed gratis from Aug 13 1956. 10,050 copies printed. - Provenance: Inscribed "Bonamy Dobree from T.S.E." (Dobree's hand?)
F126507


SCEA 68x
[Author and critic] Author against critics
London: Times Literary Supplement, Friday, May 6
1955. - Single leaf ([2]p). - Offprint of an editorial containing a few paragraphs of the unpublished address by Eliot called "Author and critic" which was the basis of A68
0432558


SCEA 69a
On poetry and poets
London: Faber and Faber
1957. -262p. - Gallup A69a. - Published Sept 13 1957 in an edition of 6,180 copies. - Provenance: Inscribed "to Col. Prof Bonamy Dobree from T.S.Eliot see p193" (in dust-jacket)
F126508


SCEA 69b
On poetry and poets
New York: Farrar, Straus and Cudahy
1957. - xii,308p. Gallup A 69b. - Published Sept 16 1957 in an edition of 15,000 copies. - Provenance: John Crow (in dust-jacket)
F048508


SCEA 70
The elder statesman: a play
London: Faber and Faber
1959. - 108,[1]p. - Gallup A70a. - Published April 10 1959 in an edition of 15,000 copies. - Provenance: (1) Inscribed "Bonamy from Tom" (in dust-jacket); (2) John Crow
F048477


SCEA 70z
The elder statesman: a play
Theatre Programme: Cambridge Theatre, Cambridge Circus, W.C.2. First performance Thursday, 25th September, 1958. Directed by E. Martin Browne
F126509


SCEA 72
Collected plays
London: Faber and Faber
1962. - 355,[1]p. - Gallup A72. - Published Aug 31 1962 in an edition of 15,000 copies. - In dust-jacket
0432546


SCEA 73a
George Herbert
London: Published for the British Council and the National Book League by Longmans, Green
1962. - 36p; port. - (Writers and their work: no. 152). - Gallup A 73a. - Published Nov 26 1962 in an edition of 8,000 copies. - Provenance: Inscribed "for Bonamy my most gracious helpful Editor of the Series who told me to write this essay"
F126510


SCEA 74a
Collected poems 1909-196
London: Faber and Faber
1963. - 240p. - Gallup A 74a. - Published Sept 25 1963 in an edition of 15,090 copies. - Provenance: Inscribed "for Bonamy Dobree who (after Valerie only) is second on my list 28.viii.63"
F126511


SCEA 75b
Knowledge and experience in the philosophy of F H Bradley
London: Faber and Faber
1964. - 216p. - Gallup A75b. - Published Jan 31 1964 in an edition of 5,040 copies. - Provenance: Inscribed "for Bonamy Dobree who needn't read anything but the introduction T.S.Eliot" (in dust- jacket)
F126512


SCEA 76a
To criticize the critic and other writings
London: Faber and Faber
1965. - 188,[1]p. - Gallup A76a. - Published Nov 11 1965 in an edition of 6,000 copies. - Provenance: (1) Signed by Bonamy Dobree with the typed Faber compliments slip "from Mrs T.S.Eliot" (in dust-jacket); (2) John Crow
F048474


SCEA 77
"The merry masque of Our Lady in London town"
Oxford: The Perpetua Press
1988. - [10]p. - No 37 of 150 copies. - Reprint of an introduction by Eliot to a 1928 production of the masque by Charles A. Claye. - Cover title: Not in Gallup
0432541

B. Edited, or with contributions

SCEB 1
Catholic anthology 1914-1915; [edited by Ezra Pound]
London: Elkin Mathews
1915. - vii,99p. - Gallup B1. - Published Nov 1915 in an edition of 500 copies. - Contains by T.S.Eliot: Love song of J. Alfred Prufrock - Portrait of a lady - The Boston Evening Transcript - Hysteria - Miss Helen Slingsby, pp2-17
0353648


SCEB 2
Andrew Marvell 1621-1678: tercentenary tributes by the Right Hon Augustine Birrell, the Right Rev H Hensley Henson, T S Eliot, Cyril Falls, Edmund Gosse, H J Massingham, J C Squire and Edward Wright; edited by Wm H Bagguley
London: Humphrey Milford, Oxford University Press
1922. - 131,[1]p, plates; ill, ports. - Gallup B2. - Published May 22 1922 in an edition of 1,000 copies. - Contains: Andrew Marvell: an essay (from the TLS, March 31 1921) pp63-78. - Provenance: John Crow
F052378


SCEB 3
Valery, Paul
Le serpent
; with a translation into English by Mark Wardle and an introduction by T S Eliot
London: Published for the Criterion by R. Cobden-Sanderson
1924. - 51p. - Gallup B3. - Published Dec 1924. No 108 of 525 copies. - Contains: A brief introduction to the method of Paul Valery, pp7-15. - Provenance: "Bonamy Dobree London Feb 1925"
F126513


SCEB 4
Eliot, Charlotte
Savonarola
: a dramatic poem; with an introduction by T S Eliot
London: R. Cobden-Sanderson
[1926]. - xv,99p. - Gallup B4. - Published March 8 1926 in an edition of 300 copies. - Contains: Introduction, pp vii-xii. - Provenance: Inscribed: "To Major Bonamy Dobree with the cordial regards of H W Eliot" (in frayed dust-jacket). - Note: A poem by Eliot's mother, this copy inscribed by his father
F126514


SCEB 5
Seneca, Lucius Annaeus
Seneca his tenne tragedies translated into English
; edited by Thomas Newton anno 1581, with an introduction by T S Eliot. First volume
London: Constable; New York: Alfred A. Knopf
1927. - liv,231p. - (The Tudor translations: second series). - Gallup B5. - Published Sept 1927 in an edition of 1025 copies. - Contains: Introduction, pp v-liv. - Lacks vol. 2. - Provenance: John Crow
F053665


SCEB 6
Collins, Wilkie
The moonstone
; with an introduction by T S Eliot
London: Oxford University Press
1928. - xx,522p. - (The world's classics). - Gallup B6. - Published March 1 1928 in an edition of 5,000 copies. - Contains: Introduction, pp v-xii. - Provenance: Inscribed "for Professor Bonamy Dobree from T.S.Eliot 7.iii.28"
F047464


SCEB 7b
Dryden, John
Of dramatic poesie
: an essay 1668; preceded by, A dialogue on poetic drama by T S Eliot
London: Frederick Etchells & Hugh Macdonald
1928. - xxvi,83p. - (The Haslewood books). - Gallup B7b. - Published May 1928. No. 344 of 580 copies (in dust-jacket). - Contains: A dialogue on poetic drama, pp ix-[xxvii]
0381366


SCEB 10a
Pound, Ezra
Selected poems
; edited with an introduction by T S Eliot
London: Faber & Gwyer
1928. - xxxii,184p. - Gallup B10a. - Published Nov 23 1928 in an edition of 1000 copies. - Contains: Introduction, pp vii-xxv. - Provenance: John Crow
F052882


SCEB 13
Knight, George Wilson
The wheel of fire
: interpretations of Shakespearean tragedy with three new essays; [introduction by T S Eliot]. - 4th, revised & enlarged ed
London: Methuen
1949. - xx,343p. - New edition of Gallup B13. - Contains: Introduction, pp xiii-xx. - In dust-jacket
F80610


SCEB 14a
Baudelaire, Charles
Intimate journals
; translated by Ch Isherwood, introduction by T S Eliot
London: The Blackmore Press; New York: Random House
1930. - 125,[3]p, plates; ill. - Gallup B14a. - Published Sept 1930. No 185 of 400 copies. - Contains: Introduction, pp7-26
0432555


SCEB 15b
Johnson, Samuel
London: a poem
; and, The vanity of human wishes; with an introductory essay by T S Eliot
London: Frederick Etchells & Hugh Macdonald
1930. - 44p. - (The Haslewood books). - Gallup A15b. - Published Autumn 1930. No 324 of 450 copies. - Contains: Introductory essay, pp[9]-17
F021995


SCEB 16
The place of Pater
[Cambridge: At the University Press
1930]. - pp93-106. - One of the few off-prints Eliot received of this essay (in plain grey paper wrappers) published in: The eighteen-eighties: essays by Fellows of the Royal Society of Literature; edited by Walter De La Mare. - Gallup B16
F126515


SCEB 17b
Pascal, Blaise
Pensees
; [introduction by T S Eliot]
London: J.M. Dent
[1936] rep 1943. - xix,297p. - (Everyman's library). - Reprint of Gallup B17b. - Contains: Introduction, pp vii-xix. - In dust-jacket
0272189


SCEB 22
Monro, Harold
The collected poems
; edited by Alida Monro, with a biographical sketch by F S Flint and a critical note by T S Eliot
London: Cobden-Sanderson
1933. - xx,217p. - Gallup B22. - Published May 1933. - Contains: Critical [note], pp xiii-xvi. - Provenance: Signed by Bonamy Dobree (in dust-jacket)
F126516


SCEB 23
A Companion to Shakespeare studies; edited by Harley Granville-Barker and G B Harrison
Cambridge: At the University Press
1934. - x,408p, plates; ill. - Gallup B23. - Published March 1934 in an edition of 5,000 copies. - Contains by T.S.Eliot: Shakespearean criticism I. From Dryden to Coleridge, pp287-299. - Provenance: John Crow (in dust-jacket)
F055743


SCEB 26b
Moore, Marianne
Selected poems
; with an introduction by T S Eliot
London: Faber and Faber
1935. - 142p. - Gallup B26b. - Published April 11 1935 in an edition of 1,000 copies. - Contains: Introduction, pp5-12. - Provenance: John Crow (in dust-jacket)
F051690


SCEB 27
Tennyson, Alfred Tennyson, baron
Poems of Tennyson
; with an introduction by T S Eliot
London: Thomas Nelson
[1936]. - xix,482p. - (The Nelson classics). - Gallup B27. - Published May 1936 in an edition of 2780 copies. - Contains: Introduction, pp ix-xix. - Provenance: Inscribed "H. Hope Mirlees from T. Stearns Eliot" (in dust-jacket)
0311840


SCEB 31b
Barnes, Djuna
Nightwood
; with a preface by T S Eliot. - 2nd ed
London: Faber and Faber
1950. - [6],239p. - Gallup B31b. - Published on May 19 1950 in an edition of 2,000 copies. - Contains: Introduction (dated 1937), pp1-7; Note to second edition (dated 1949), p8. - In dust-jacket
0432536


SCEB 34
[Noctes Binanianae] The whale and the elephant: a fable
London: Sotheby & Co
1966. - Illustration in the Sotheby's catalogue for July 12-13 1966 of the page proof of this Eliot poem included in Gallup B34, originally issued in an edition of 25 copies, 1939
0432536


SCEB 35
The Queen's book of the Red Cross; with a message from Her Majesty the Queen and contributions by fifty British authors and artists. In aid of the Lord Mayor of London's Fund for the Red Cross and the Order of St John of Jerusalem
[London]: Hodder and Stoughton
1939. - 255p, plates; ill (some col), port. - Gallup B35. - Published Dec 7 1939 in an edition of 200,000 copies. - Contains by T.S.Eliot: The marching song of the pollicle dogs; Billy M'Caw: the remarkable parrot, pp51-4
0299115


SCEB 38
The Church looks ahead: broadcast talks by J H Oldham, Maurice B Reckitt, Philip Mairet, Dorothy L Sayers, M C D'Arcy, SJ, V A Demant, T S Eliot; with a preface by E L Mascall
London: Faber and Faber
1941. - 122p. - Gallup B38. - Published Nov 13 1941 in an edition of 3020 copies. - Contains: Towards a Christian Britain, pp106-117
0311849


SCEB 39a
Kipling, Rudyard
A choice of Kipling's verse; made by T S Eliot
, with an essay on Rudyard Kipling
London: Faber and Faber
1941. - 306p. - Gallup B39a. - Published Dec 11 1941 in an edition of 10,120 copies. - Contains: Rudyard Kipling, pp5-36. - Provenance: Inscribed: "Bonamy Dobree from T.S.Eliot 18.xii.41" with annotations by Dobree (in dust-jacket)
F126517


SCEB 41
The Little book of modern verse; chosen by Anne Ridler, with a preface by T S Eliot
London: Faber and Faber
1941. - 160p. - Gallup B41. - Published Feb 5 1942 in an edition of 4,975 copies. - Contains: Preface, pp5-9. - Provenance: John Crow
F054092


SCEB 42
Joyce, James
Introducing James Joyce: a selection of Joyce's prose by T S Eliot
; with an introductory note
London: Faber and Faber
1942. - 146p. - (Sesame books). - Gallup B42. - Published Oct 23 1942 in an edition of 5,000 copies. - Contains: Introductory note, pp5-7. - In dust-jacket
0358658


SCEB 44
Queen Mary's book for India; with a foreword by L S Amery
London: George G. Harrap
1943. - 103p, plates; ill. - Gallup B44. - Published July 22 1943 in an edition of 5,000 copies. - Contains by T.S.Eliot: To the Indians who died in Africa: [a poem], p61. - In dust-jacket
0432538


SCEB 46
Bethell, S.L
Shakespeare & the popular dramatic tradition
; with an introduction by T S Eliot
[London]: P.S. King and Staples Ltd
1944. - 164p. - Gallup B46. - Published June 1944. - Contains: Introduction, pp[7]-[9]. - Provenance: Signed by Bonamy Dobree (in dust-jacket)
F126518


SCEB 50
Paul Valery vivant
[Marseille]: Cahiers du Sud
1946. - 381,[1]p, plates; ill, ports. - Gallup B50. - Published August 1946. No 27 of 555 copies. - Contains by T.S.Eliot: Lecon de Valery, pp[74]-81 (parallel English, with French translation)
0432537


SCEB 51
Tribute to Walter de la Mare on his seventy-fifth birthday
London: Faber and Faber
1948. - 195p, plates; ports, facsims. - Gallup B51. - Published April 23 1948 in an edition of 1,020 copies. - Contains by T.S. Eliot: To Walter de la Mare: [a poem], pp106-7. - In dust-jacket
0432553


SCEB 56
A Portrait of Michael Roberts; edited by T W Eason and R Hamilton
[London]: College of S. Mark & S. John, Chelsea
1949. - xii,72p, plates; ports. - Gallup B56. - Published Dec 12 1949 in an edition of 800 copies. - Contains by T.S.Eliot: Introduction, pp x-xii
0273327


SCEB 58
Vivante, Leone
English poetry and its contribution to the knowledge of a creative principle
; with a preface by T S Eliot
London: Faber and Faber
1950. - xv,340p. - Gallup B58. - Published July 14 1950 in an edition of 1,780 copies. - Contains: Preface, pp vii-xi. - Provenance: Signed by Bonamy Dobree (in dust-jacket)
F126519


SCEB 65
Pieper, Joseph
Leisure: the basis of culture
; translated by Alexander Dru, with an introduction by T S Eliot
London: Faber and Faber
1952. - 169p. - Gallup B65. - Published Jan 25 1952 in an edition of 3,152 copies. - Contains: Introduction, pp11-17. - In dust-jacket
0274783


SCEB 66
Weil, Simone
The need for roots
: prelude to a declaration of duties towards mankind; with a preface by T S Eliot
London: Routledge & Kegan Paul
1952. - xv,288p. - Gallup B66. - Published March 7 1952. - Contains: Preface, pp v-xii. - In dust-jacket
0432534


SCEB 74
Gedenkschrift zur Verleihung des Hansischen Goethe-Preises 1954 der gemeinnutzigen Stiftung F V S zu Hamburg durch die Universität Hamburg an Thomas Stearns Eliot
Hamburg: Universität Hamburg
[1955]. - 72p, plates; ports. - Gallup B74. - Published in August 1955 in an edition of 1,200 copies. - Provenance: Inscribed "B.D. from T,S.E. 6.ix.55". - Contains by T.S.Eliot: Goethe as the sage (with 13 corrections in pencil by the author) pp49-71
F126520


SCEB 76
Chiari, Joseph
Symbolisme from Poe to Mallarme
: the growth of a myth; foreword by T S Eliot
London: Rockliff
1956. - x,198p. - Gallup B76. - Published Dec 1956. - Contains: Foreword, pp v-viii. - In dust-jacket
0432543


SCEB 79
Valery, Paul
The art of poetry
; translated by Denise Folliot, introduction by T S Eliot
New York: Vintage Books
1961. - xxiv,345p. - Contains: Introduction, pp vii-xxiv. - Provenance: John Crow
F060847


SCEB 83
Davidson, John
John Davidson
: a selection of his poems; preface by T S Eliot, edited with an introduction by Maurice Lindsay, with an essay by Hugh Macdiarmid
London: Hutchinson
1961. - [12],219p. - Gallup B83. - Published March 20 1961 in an edition of 2,000 copies. - Contains: Preface, pp[11]-[12]. - In dust-jacket
F126521


SCEB 89
Walsh, T.J
A tribute to Wilfred Owen
; compiled by T J Walsh
[Birkenhead: Birkenhead Institute Grammar School for Boys
1964]. - [8],62p; ports. - Gallup B89. - Privately printed in March 1964 in an edition of about 700 copies. - Contains by T.S. Eliot: Eight lines p28 in a list of Tributes
0432549


SCEB 91
Aldous Huxley 1894-1963: a memorial volume; edited by Julian Huxley
London: Chatto & Windus
1965. - 174p, plates; ports. - Gallup B91. - Published Oct 14 1965 in an edition of 4,500 copies. - Contains by T.S.Eliot: Tribute, pp30-32. - In dust-jacket
0432552

Ba. Anthologies and collections

Ba. Anthologies and collections reprinting (for the first time in book form) poems and essays

SCEBa 10
The Faber book of modern verse; edited by Michael Roberts
London: Faber and Faber
1936. - xvi,352p. - Gallup Ba10. - Published Feb 27 1936 in an edition of 5,080 copies. - Contains by T.S.Eliot: Difficulties of a statesman, pp123-5
0432545


SCEBa 11
The New Republic anthology 1915:1935; edited by Groff Conklin, introduction by Bruce Bliven
New York: Dodge Publishing Company
1936. - xlii,566p. - Gallup Ba11. - Published Oct 5 1936 in an edition of 3,200 copies. - Contains by T.S.Eliot: The idealism of Julian Benda, pp293-300
F126522


SCEBa 14
The Question of Henry James: a collection of critical essays; edited by F W Dupree
London: Allen Wingate
1947. - 307p. - Reprint of Gallup Ba14. - Contains by T.S.Eliot: On Henry James, pp123-133. - In dust-jacket
0432542


SCEBa 25
The Bed post: a miscellany of the Yorkshire Post; edited by Kenneth Young
London: Macdonald
1962. - 244p, plates; ill. - Gallup Ba25. - Published Oct 19 1962. - Contains by T.S.Eliot: Talking freely: T.S.Eliot and Tom Greenwell, pp41-53. - In dust-jacket
F082418

Bl. Books containing letters, etc, from T S Eliot

SCEBl 3
Authors take sides on the Spanish War
London: Left Review
[1937]. - [32]p. - Gallup Bl3. - Published Dec 1937. - Contains by T.S.Eliot: A 3 line reply under the heading, Neutral?, p[29]
0062539


SCEBl 7
T S Eliot: a symposium from Conrad Aiken [et al]; compiled by Richard Marsh and Tambimuttu
London: Editions Poetry London
1948. - 259p, plates; ports, facsims. - Gallup Bl 7. - Published Sept 1948. - Contains by T.S.Eliot: 8 line verse (beginning "O stalwart SUSSEX postman, who is") from envelope of letter to Clive Bell p17; excerpts of letters to Conrad Aiken pp22-3; "George Washington. A life", reproduction of ms c.1895 on 3 plates following p84; "If time and space as sages say", reproduction of ms (the first poem known to have been written by Eliot, 1905) opposite p116; "Difficulties of a statesman", reproduction of 1st & last leaves (of 6) of original ms, on plates following p116. - In dust-jacket
0376616


SCEBl 21
University of Texas. Humanities Research Center
An exhibition of manuscripts and first editions of T S Eliot
, June 1961
[Austin]: University of Texas
1961. - [2],43,[2]p; ill, port, facsims. - Gallup Bl21. - Published June 1961 in an edition of 2,000 copies. - Contains: Excerpts from letters, and reproductions from mss
0432550


SCEBl 25
Homage to T S Eliot: the Stage Sixty Club presents a programme of poetry, drama, and music; with music by Igor Stravinsky, sculpture by Henry Moore, curtain by Robert Medley, selection of poetry by W H Auden, narration written by Cleanth Brooks, music for `Sweeney Agonistes' by John Dankworth, settings by Bridget Riley; devised and produced by Vera Lindsay. This performance is for the London Library, at the Globe Theatre, London Sunday 13 June 1965 at 8pm
[London: Stage Sixty Theatre Club
1965]. - [12]p; ill, ports, facsims. - Gallup Bl25. - Published June 13 1965 in an edition of 1,000 copies. - Contains various facsims relating to "Sweeney Agonistes", and an ms of "Eyes that last I saw in tears". - The programme ([4]p) is inserted
F126534


SCEBl 35
Levy, William Turner
Affectionately T S Eliot
: the story of a friendship 1947-1965; by William Turner Levy and Victor Scherle
London: J.M. Dent
1969. - 148p; port. - Gallup Bl35. - Published Nov 7 1968 in an edition of 7,500 copies. - Contains: Letters & excerpts from letters to Levy, with facsim of letter dated 13.11.56 on p95
0432547

C. Contributions to periodicals

SCEC 25
Eliot on Doughty: Monday, July 24 1916
Issued in: The Guardian omnibus 1821-1971; chosen and edited by David Ayerst. London: Collins
1973. - pp377-8. - Reprint of Gallup C25. - A review of "The titans" by Charles Doughty
0432540


SCEC 200
Literature, science, and dogma
In: The Dial, vol LXXXII, no 3, March
1927. - pp239-243. - Gallup C200. - A review of "Science and poetry" by I.A. Richards
F126523


SCEC 253
The poems of Richard Crashaw
In: The Dial, vol LXXXIV, no 3, March 1928. - pp246-250. - Gallup C253. - A review of "The poems English Latin and Greek of Richard Crashaw; edited by L.C. Martin"
F126524


SCEC 438a
The future of poetic drama
In: Drama, vol XVII, October
1928. - pp3-5. - Gallup C438a
0432556


SCEC 443
A commentary: that poetry is made with words
In: The New English Weekly & the New Age, vol XV, no 2, April 27
1939. - pp27-8. - Gallup C443
0432557


SCEC 465
The Dry Salvages: a poem
In: The New English Weekly & the New Age, vol XVIII, no 19, Feb 27
1941. - pp217-220. - Gallup C465
0432559


SCEC 502
The man of letters and the future of Europe
In: Horizon, vol X, no 60
1944. - pp382-9. - Reprint of Gallup C502
F126525


SCEC 572
An address to members of the London Library
In: The Book Collector, vol 1, no 3, Autumn
1952. - pp139-144. - Gallup C572
0311842


SCEC 581
A message
In: The London Magazine, vol 1, no 1, February
1954. - pp15-16. - Gallup C581
0432551


SCEC 587
A tribute [to Wallace Stevens]
In: The Trinity Review, vol VIII, no 3, May
1954. - p9. - Gallup C587. - This issue "A celebration for Wallace Stevens"
0432532


SCEC 679
American literature and the American language
In: The Sewanee Review, vol LXXIV, no 1, Winter
1966. - pp1-20. - Gallup C679
F126526

M. Miscellaneous items outside categories A - C

SCEM 1
Catholicity: a study in the conflict of Christian traditions in the west; being a report presented to His Grace the Archbishop of Canterbury by E S Abbott, H J Carpenter, V A Demant, Gregory Dix, T S Eliot [et al]
Westminster: Dacre Press
1947. - 56p. - Omitted by Gallup as Eliot's part in the report is unclear. - Inscribed by Gregory Dix
0311848


SCEM 2
Westminster Abbey
Order of service in memory of Thomas Stearns Eliot
, born 26th September 1888, died 4th January 1965: Thursday, 4th February 1965
[London: Westminster Abbey
1965]. - 8p
F126527


SCEM 3
Westminster Abbey
A service at the unveiling and dedication of a memorial to Thomas Stearns Eliot
O M: 4 January 1967 at 12 noon
[London: Westminster Abbey
1967]. - 10p
F126528


SCEM 4
T S Eliot poet 1888-1965
[East Coker: St Michael's Church
1967]. - [24]p; ill, port. - Contains the order of service at the unveiling of a memorial plaque Sept 26 1965, with the address by Sir Rupert Hart-Davis
F126529


SCEM 5
White, Eric
Homage to T S Eliot 13 June 1965

[Eric White]
1965. - [4]p. - A poem distributed as a Christmas card, 1965
F126530


SCEM 6
Dobree, Bonamy
English essayists

London: Collins
1946. - 47p, col plates; ill, ports. - Contains a colour plate of the water colour portrait of T.S. Eliot by Catherina Wilczinski, 1946. - Provenance: Bonamy Dobree's copy
F126531


SCEM 7
Dobree, Bonamy
The lamp and the lute
: studies in six modern authors
Oxford: At the Clarendon Press
1929. - xvi,133p. - Contains: T.S. Eliot, pp107- 133. - Provenance: Bonamy Dobree's annotated copy
F126532


SCEM 8
Poetry London, vol 2, no7, October-November
1942. - The issue "dedicated to T S Eliot with respect and affection", with Points of view: T.S. Eliot by George Orwell & Kathleen Raine
F126533


SCEM 9
Gallup, Donald
T S Eliot: a bibliography
, including contributions to periodicals and foreign translations
London: Faber & Faber
1952. - xi,177p. - Provenance: John Crow (in dust-jacket)
F048512


SCEM 10
University of Texas at Austin. Humanities Research Center
The T S Eliot Collection at the University of Texas at Austin
; compiled by Alexander Sackton
Austin: Humanities Research Center, The University of Texas at Austin
1975. - 407p; ill, ports, facsims
0274784


SCEM 11
T S Eliot O.M. 1888-1963: a centennial celebration; [catalogue compiled by] Michael Hosking, Bookseller, The Golden Hind, Deal
Deal: Michael Hosking
1988. - 24p. - With a copy of the T.S. Eliot stamp issued by the United States Postal Service in 1984 attached to the front cover
F126535

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