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Correspondence and copy letters between Arthur Koestler and publisher Victor Gollancz and others, 1941-1990, and relating specifically to 'Spanish Testament, 'Scum of the Earth', and 'Reflections on Hanging'
Content Description Correspondence between Arthur Koestler and publisher Victor Gollancz and others, 1941-1990. Specifically the small collections refer to letters relating to: Spanish Testament; Scum of the Earth; and Reflections on Hanging. The original file covers are retained.In addition to the following material, the file relating to Spanish Testament includes printed items:...
Fonds — Box: CLX-A-375
Scope and Contents Three signed letters from Arthur Koestler to Kenneth Cohen, one of which contains a copy of a letter from Koestler to a woman named 'Anita'. The letters sent to Cohen relate mainly to this 'Anita' and her situation after the selling of her coffee shop, to Koestler's trip in Austria in 1969, and to this book The Scum of the Earth. The letter to Anita relates to the sale of her coffee shop, to the RUSI Journal, to the preface of the Danube edition of ...
Fonds — Box: CLX-A-1141
Content Description This fonds includes seven letters of Anders Naessil: five from Arthur Koestler to A. Naessil, one from A. Naessil to Newsweek magazine, and one from Marie Whiteside, Editor of Newsweek to A. Naessil. Letter from Koestler to Naessil replying to a previous letter, mentioning Naessil's book on Hemingway, Sartre, and a Nobel banquet that Koestler attended. Dated 21 June 1980. Letter from Koestler...
Scope and Contents Consists of inscribed and annotated books from Koestler's library, along with English-language editions and translations of his work into many languages; and Koestler's manuscripts and papers from 1940 to March 1983. Also contains correspondence with or about members of Koestler's family; personal material including diaries, address books, medical files and other personal documents; literary manuscripts including interviews, broadcasts and speeches; correspondence with specific people; personal...
Scope and Contents The collection is composed of the following: Boxes 1-11: Drafts, copies of drafts, annotated drafts, and copy cut and copy edited material Box 12: News cuttings on the deaths of the Koestlers Discarded folios Box 13:...
Item — Box: CLX-A-1564, Folder: Coll-1804 / SC-Acc-2017-0036, n/a: data_value_missing_34744fa35746eb07f6574a5bb1b8a332
Content Description This ts letter from Arthur Koestler was sent to Dr Thomas Kovari (Kövári Tamás) who had escaped from Hungary in 1956. The letter to 'Dear Mr. Koevari' - indirectly described by Koestler as a fan - was written from the Berghotel 'Böglerhof', Alpbach, in the Tyrol, Austria, on 2 July 1959. It is signed in Koestler's hand. Koestler thanks Mr. Koevari for the trouble he has taken to point out a passage... a 'howler'.Although the title referred to is un-named, it is ...
Dates: 2 July 1959
- Names: Koestler, Arthur, CBE, 1905-1983 (Hungarian-British author and journalist) X
- Correspondence 1
- Literature 1
- English 4
- English 2
- French 1
- German 1
- Cohen, Kenneth, fl 1960s-1970s (Commander, acquaintance of Arthur Koestler) 1
- Etzdorf, Rüdiger von, fl 1940s (acquaintance of Arthur Koestler) 1
- Hamilton, Iain, 1920-1986 (journalist, author, and poet) 1
- Naessil, Anders, fl 1980s-2010s (writer; acquaintance of Arthur Koestler) 1
- Newsweek (1933-) (weekly news magazine) 1