File 1979-009/001/(1) - Edith Sitwell letters to Mr. and Mrs. Austin Hinton

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Edith Sitwell letters to Mr. and Mrs. Austin Hinton

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1979-009/001/(1)

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  • 1927 (Creation)

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1 folder of textual records

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(1887-1964)

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Edith Sitwell was an English poet who first gained fame for her stylistic artifices but who emerged during World War II as a poet of emotional depth and profoundly human concerns. She was equally famed for her formidable personality, Elizabethan dress, and eccentric opinions.

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File consists of four letters from Edith Sitwell to Austin Hinton and his wife dated 1927. All letters concern arrangements for a lecture which Edith Sitwell gave in Newcastle in November 1927, at which time she was a house guest of the Hintons.

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