Item 26 - Press cuttings relating to R. C. Trevelyan's "Aftermath", some for "Georgian Poetry 1911-1912"

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Press cuttings relating to R. C. Trevelyan's "Aftermath", some for "Georgian Poetry 1911-1912"


  • 1912-1913 (Creation)

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Press cuttings relating to "The Bride of Dionysus", most sent on by Longmans, Green, & Co., 39 Paternoster Row, London E.C.
1) from the "Times", 2 May 1912.
2) from the "Athenaeum", 4 May 1912
3) from the "Scotsman", 4 May 1912; mentions that the title piece has been set to music by Donald Tovey.
4) from the "Spectator", 18 May 1912; compares the treatment of the Ariadne story with that in Maurice Hewlett's "Agonistes"; another copy not sent by Longman's and annotated in Trevelyan's hand with the publication and date.
5) from the "English Review", June 1912.
6) from the "T. P.'s Weekly", 7 June 1912; mentions the music by Donald Tovey.
7) from the "Daily News", 13 June 1912; mistakenly calls the book "The Birds of Dionysus" [the error is marked in blue pencil]; another copy not sent by Longman's.
8) from the "Pall Mall Gazette", 29 June 1912.
9) from the "Daily Chronicle", 9 July 1912
10) from the "Glasgow Herald", 15 Aug 1912.
11) from the "Times [Literary Supplement]", 15 Aug 1912; mentions that this is the text for Tovey's opera; another copy not sent by Longman's.
12) from the "Liverpool Daily Post and Mercury", 19 June 1912; sent 'With the Editor's Compliments" rather than by Longman's

Review, "Georgian Poetry of the Twentieth Century" ["Westminster Gazette", 4 Jan 1913, unsigned, 2 pp]

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