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Edith Sitwell

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      • Includes bibliographical references (p. [295]-310) and index.6

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        Paginationxvi, 111 p. :
        Number of Pages84
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 100385134673

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The collection consists of 18 items, including: a friendly letter and postcard to Mrs. Edith Sitwell : avant-garde poet, English genius 1st ed. In 1929 she published Gold Coast Customs, a poem about the artificiality of human behaviour and the barbarism that lies beneath the surface.

1930, about her activities, with praise for Ainley's son; Edith Sitwell series of eight letters and one telegram to I. Prongs were clamped on to her face, held in place by a leather belt buckled around her forehead. Sitwell lived from 1961 Edith Sitwell her death in a flat in Hampstead in London, which is now marked with an English Heritage blue plaque.

The Song of the Cold 1945• They developed a close friendship, with Sitwell regularly helping him financially and publicising his work. Although Martin Mortensen is named as her father, her paternity remained mysterious. In each room the yellow sun Shakes like a canary, run On run, roulade, and watery trill — Yellow, meaningless, and shrill. She also helped to publish the poetry of Wilfred Owen after his death.

Dame Edith Louisa Sitwell

During the WWII Edith had retired to Renishaw with her brother Osbert and his lover David Horner. The bulk of the collection is comprised of handwritten and typed manuscripts of works, including criticism, screenplays, lectures, Edith Sitwell, and prose by Edith Sitwell as well as drafts, correspondence, notes, and fragments found within 348 notebooks.

She lived with her governess for much of the time until Helen Rootham developed cancer and finally died in 1938.