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Hi John Problem: Once you've had a look at the Army and Navy Club, you'll find a wealth of information on its past here, too: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=40563 Enjoy your walk!
Toggle Commented Apr 22, 2012 on Around the world in one issue at The TLS blog
Not a digression at all, Clayton Burns - a fair point and my slip up, duly corrected. I can't even get away with saying it was an intentionally misleading reference....A time-pushed typist...? Dayadhvam.
Dear Rob Bard, thank you for your comment. You are right to point out that Lud-in-the Mist is available and, indeed, esteemed by many, particularly Fantasy readers. However, her two other novels – Madeleine (1919) and The Counterplot (1924) – are both out of print and have been for years. My intentions in this blog are simply to draw attention to a writer about whose work, in my opinion, much remains to be said – especially when you consider how Paris foreshadows T. S. Eliot’s The Waste Land. Mirrlees is often overlooked in Modernist studies and anthologies and, certainly, many general readers are not aware of her poetic work, so this new edition of her poetry is a welcome addition to the reading list. Not entirely forgotten, no, but surely worth flagging up.
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