Issue No.20 - Winter 2008

DiscussãoSlightly Foxed - An appreciation

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Issue No.20 - Winter 2008

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Editado: Dez 4, 2008, 2:34 pm

Bibliography for the latest issue - number of LT copies in brackets

The Green Man by Kingsley Amis (232)
Flowers for Mrs Harris by Paul Gallico (?2)
The Paris Review Interviews, vol 2 by Philip Gourevitch (3)
Hugh Walpole by Rupert Hart-Davis (9)
The Lyttleton / Hart-Davis letters by Rupert Hart-Davis and George Lyttleton (23)
Selection from these letters edited by Roger Hudson (0)
Histories by Herodotus (3186)
A Boy at the Hogarth Press & A Parcel of Time by Richard Kennedy (34)
The Pursuit of Love & Love in a Cold Climate by Nancy Mitford (619)
War in Val d'Orcia by Iris Origo (56)
Housekeeping by Mariynne Robinson (1730)
And Now All This by Sellar and Yeatman (66)
Where the wild things are by Maurice Sendak (2815)
In The Night Kitchen by Maurice Sendak (578)
Outside over there by Maurice Sendak (223)
Train to Pakistan by Kushwant Singh (190)
Mr Perrin and Mr Traill, Rogue Herries, Judith Paris, The Fortress, Vanessa, The Bright Pavilions, Katherine Christian, Jeremy, Jeremy and Hamlet, Jeremy at Crayle - all by Hugh Walpole (124 in all)
Rupert Hart-Davis: Man of Letters by Philip Ziegler (10)

edited to try to fix Herodotus touchstone

Dez 4, 2008, 10:39 am

You beat me too it AT! I'm about half way through my copy, and am currently reading the Paris Review Vol 2 and have Herodotus on the pile. I hadn't heard of Kushwant Singh, so think that might find its way into my library shortly!

Dez 4, 2008, 2:38 pm

Apart from Herodotus, the only one in my possession is Mr Perrin and Mr Traill - an unread Penguin first edition. I can see I'll have to get down to some Walpole.

Jan 23, 2009, 5:25 pm

Hello! I just joined, after devouring my "trial" issue of SF (Winter '08) last night. (While I probably could have just subscribed after reading the descriptions from yourselves and other websites, I told myself the expense would be more justifiable if I sampled the quarterly first. ) While I stumbled across the quarterly by googling Flowers for Mrs Harris, I had also read the two Nancy Mitford's earlier this year, and thought I might have similar tastes or curiosities as the SF folks. Well, I suscribed this morning, and also ordered a backcopy of No. 4, as I see that it has an article on M.R. James, who I also greatly enjoy.

I can see that SF is going to be hard on the wallet, because this issue alone makes me want to read The Green Man, The Lyttleton Hart-Davis Letters (but maybe beginning with Roger Hudson's "Selection"), Herodotus, and Mr. Perrin and Mr. Traill. While googling the Lyttleton/Hart-Davis letters, I came across reference to a spoof - The Marsh Marlowe letters - anyone read them?