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Bowen Collection at the Henry Ransom Research Center

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Bowen Collection at the Henry Ransom Research Center

 

Bowen's Works

  • ---.  “Untitled Stories:  Fragment; About Amy Ticer; About Ellen Nevin; About Leonard Osten.” n.d.

  • ---.  “Alfred Knopf.” n.d.

  • ---.  Ann Lee's and Other Stories.  1926.

  • ---.  “Anna, novel, chapters 1– 4.” n.d.

  • ---.  “Ar-Beg:  The Art of Reserve; or the Art of Respecting Boundaries (n.d.); Attractive Modern Houses (n.d.); Autobiographical material for the Roadsheet (n.d.); Autobiographical note (n.d.); Autobiographical note for Everywoman (n.d.); Autobiographical note for Mademoiselle (1953); The Bazaar (n.d.); The Beauty of Being Your Age (n.d.); Beginning of This Day; Bergotte (1971).”

  • ---.  “Biographical Note.” 1948.

  • ---.  Bowen's Court (typescript with extensive revision).  1942.

  • ---.  “Britain in Autumn.” 1950.

  • ---.  “Broadcasts:  A Year I Remember (1918); Books that Grow Up with One (1949); The Confidante (1943); Crises (1947) and agreement with the British Broadcasting Co.; The Cult of Nostalgia (1951); Elizabeth Bowen and Jocelyn Brooke (1950); Elizabeth Bowen to V.  S.  Pritchett (n.d.); How I Write (1970); Impressions of Czechoslovakia (n.d.); Interview with Elizabeth Bowen by John Bowen, William Craig, W.  N.  Ewer (1969); London Revisited as Seen by Fanny Burney (n.d.).”

  • ---.  “Broadcasts:  New Judgment; Elizabeth Bowen on Jane Austen.” 1942.

  • ---.  “By the Unapproachable Sea.” 1943.

  • ---.  “C-English Fiction:  Christmas Games (n.d.); A Day in the Dark (n.d.); The Demon Lover (1945); Disappointment (1954); The Disinherited (1941); Encounters (1949); English Fiction at Mid- Century (1953).”

  • ---.  “English Novelists.” 1942.

  • ---.  “Eudora Welty.” n.d.

  • ---.  Eva Trout and corresponding papers.  1968.

  • ---.  “Ex-Fo:  Exclusion (1962); Fairies at the Christening” (n.d.); Firelight in the Flat (1934); Flowers Will Do (n.d.); Folkestone 1945 (1946).”

  • ---.  Friends and Relations.  1931.

  • ---.  “G-The Good Earl:  Ghost Story (n.d.); Girlhood (n.d.); The Good Earl (1946).”

  • ---.  “The Good Tiger.” 1964.

  • ---.  “Hand in Glove.” 1952.

  • ---.  The Heat of the Day.  1948.

  • ---.  “Her Table Spread.” 1930.

  • ---.  “Home for Christmas.” 1955.

  • ---.  The Hotel.  1927.

  • ---.  The House in Paris.  1935.

  • ---.  “Hungary.” 1948.

  • ---.  “I:  I Died of Love (1946); I Hear You Say So (1945); The Idea of France (1944); The Idea of a Home (n.d.); In the Square (1941); Index to the Letters of Flaubert (n.d.).”

  • ---.  “The Inherited Clock.” 1944.

  • ---.  “Introduction to The Observer Prize Stories.” n.d.

  • ---.  “Ireland.” n.d.

  • ---.  “Jane Austen.” 1936.

  • ---.  Joining Charles and Other Stories.  1929.

  • ---.  “Kinsale, Son et Lumière:  Historical notes and script.” n.d.

  • ---.  “The Last Bus.” 1944.

  • ---.  The Last September.  1929.

  • ---.  “Lectures:  Language (n.d.); Notes for lectures at Vassar College on the short story (n.d.); The Poetic Element in Fiction (1950).”

  • ---.  The Little Girls.  1963.

  • ---.  “The Little Girl's Room.” 1933.

  • ---.  “Lo-Lz:  Look at All Those Roses (1941); Lost Art of Living (1948).”

  • ---.  “Ma-Mi:  Mainie Jellett (1944); The Man and the Boy (nd); Miss Jolley Has no Plans for the Future (nd); Miss Willis (1952).”

  • ---.  “The Most Unforgettable Character I've Met.” (1944).

  • ---.  “Mov-Mz:  The Move-In (1973); Mysterious Kôr (1944).”

  • ---.  “Now-Pa:  Now the Day is Over (n.d.); On Giving a Present (1953); Only Young Once (n.d.); Opening Up the House (1945); Outrageous Ladies (1956);
    Paris Peace Conference:  1946 (n.d.); Paris Peace Conference:  Some Impressions (n.d.).”

  • ---.  Pictures and Conversations.  1975.

  • ---.  Prefaces to:  North and South.  By Elizabeth Gaskell.  1951; Persuasion.  By Jane Austen.  n.d.; The Second Ghost Book.  Ed.  Cynthia Asquith.  1952; The Stories and Poems of Elizabeth Bibesco.  By Elizabeth Bibesco.  n.  d.; Tomato Cain.  By Nigel Kneale.  1949.

  • ---.  “R:  Reduced (1935); Regent's Park and St.  John's Wood (1949).”

  • ---.  “Reviews of:  Arnold Bennett.  By Reginald Pound.  (1952); Dr.  E.  OE.  Somerville:  A Biography.  By Geraldine.  (1952); Dublin 1660– 1860.  By Maurice Craig.  n.d.; The Fire in the Dust.  By Francis Macmanus.  n.d.; Ireland and the Irish.  By Charles Duff.  1952.; James Joyce's Dublin.  By Patricia Hutchins.  n.d.; Late Arrival.  By Martha Edith Almedingen.  1952; Portrait of a Genius, But .  .  .  By Richard Aldington.  1950; Sheridan Le Fanu.  By Nelson Browne.  n.d.; Wait Now!by Rachel Knappett.  1952; A Writer's Diary.  By Virginia Woolf.  n.d. 

  • ---.  Seven Winters.  1962.

  • ---.  “Sh-Sti:  The Shelbourne (1951); The Short Story in England (1945); Songs My Father Sang Me (1944); Sources of Influence (1953); Still the Moon (n.d.).”

  • ---.  “The Story of the Nativity of Jesus; a Reflection.” n.d.

  • ---.  “T-Th:  A Thing of the Past (1944); Thoughts in New York (1950).”

  • ---.  A Time in Rome.  1960.

  • ---.  To the North.  1932.

  • ---.  “The Tommy Crans.” 1930.

  • ---.  “Toys.” 1944.

  • ---.  “Translations of:  Colère.  By Jacques de Lacretelle (nd); L'Education Sentimentale.  by Flaubert.  (n.d.); The Letters of Flaubert.  By Flaubert.  (n.d.); Le Temps Retrouvé.  By Marcel Proust.  (n.d.).”

  • ---.  “Was It an Art?” n.d.

  • ---.  “Why Do I Write?” 1948.

  • ---.  “Woman's Place in the Affairs of Man.” 1961.

  • ---.  A World of Love.  1955.

 

Bowen's Correspondence:  List of Correspondents:

  • ---.  With J.  R.  Ackerley.

  • ---.  With F.  W.  Aguilar.

  • ---.  With Cynthia Asquith.

  • ---.  With John Bayley.

  • ---.  With Stella Benson.

  • ---.  With Sir John Betjeman.

  • ---.  With Blarney Magazine.

  • ---.  With Lilian Helen Bowes-Lyon.

  • ---.  With C.  M.  Bowra.

  • ---.  With the British Broadcasting Corporation.

  • ---.  With the British Council.

  • ---.  With Jocelyn Brooke.

  • ---.  With Arthur Calder-Marshall.

  • ---.  With A.  C.  Cameron.

  • ---.  With the Charleville Historical and Archaeological Society.

  • ---.  With Agatha Christie
    .
  • ---.  With Lady Sibyl Halsey Colefax.

  • ---.  With Norman Collins.

  • ---..  With I.  Compton-Burnett.

  • ---.  With Cyril Connelly.

  • ---.  With Contact Publications Ltd.

  • ---.  With A.  E.  Coppard.

  • ---.  With The Cork Examiner.

  • ---.  With Cornhill Magazine.

  • ---.  With Edward Crankshaw.

  • ---.  With Curtis Brown Ltd.

  • ---.  With Clifford Curzon.

  • ---.  With Cecil Day-Lewis.

  • ---.  With Jill Day-Lewis.

  • ---.  With Dublin University.

  • ---.  With The Editor Magazine.

  • ---.  With T.  S.  Eliot.

  • ---.  With Everybody's (London).

  • ---.  With Eyre and Spottiswoode Ltd.

  • ---.  With Family Doctor.

  • ---.  With Daniel George.

  • ---.  With George Allen and Unwin.

  • ---.  With Robert Gibbings.

  • ---.  With Golden Cockerel P.

  • ---.  With Great Britain:  Control Office for Germany and Austria.

  • ---.  With Great Britain:  Foreign Office.

  • ---.  With Graham Greene.

  • ---.  With John Stuart Groves.

  • ---.  With Stuart Hampshire

  • ---.  With L.  P.  Hartley.

  • ---.  With John Hayward.

  • ---.  With Claire Macfarlane Higgins.

  • ---.  With Gerard Hopkins.

  • ---.  With Violet Hunt.

  • ---.  With Julian Huxley.

  • ---.  With Iowa UniversityIowa Writers' Workshop.

  • ---.  With Irish Housewives Association.

  • ---.  With Irish Writing.

  • ---.  With James Barrie Books Ltd.

  • ---.  With Storm Jameson.

  • ---.  With Elizabeth Jenkins.

  • ---.  With Glyn Jones.

  • ---.  With William Sergeant Kendall.

  • ---.  With Birgit Laskowsky.

  • ---.  With Rosamund Lehmann.

  • ---.  With London School of Economics and Political Science:  Art Club.

  • ---.  With Longmans, Green, and Co.

  • ---.  With E.  V.  Lucas.

  • ---.  With Dame Rose Macaulay.

  • ---.  With Desmond MacCarthy.

  • ---.  With Claire Macfarlane.

  • ---.  With Sir Edward Howard Marsh.

  • ---.  With Ethel Colburn Mayne.

  • ---.  With Lady Ottoline Violet Anne Avendish-Bentinck Morrell.

  • ---.  With Mrs.  Morris.

  • ---.  With Raymond Mortimer.

  • ---.  With Iris Murdoch.

  • ---.  With John Middleton Murray.

  • ---.  With Elizabeth Myers.

  • ---.  With News Chronicle.

  • ---.  With Sean O'Faolain.

  • ---.  With Iris Origo.

  • ---.  With Oxford University:  Delegacy for Extra-mural Studies.

  • ---.  With Oxford UP.

  • ---.  With David Piper
    .
  • ---.  With William Plomer.

  • ---.  With V.  S.  Pritchett.

  • ---.  With Lennox Robinson.

  • ---.  With Rose Bruford Training College of Speech and Drama.

  • ---.  With Sir William Rothenstein.

  • ---.  With Naomi Royde-Smith.

  • ---.  With Hon.  Edward Sackville-West.

  • ---.  With V.  Sackville-West.

  • ---.  With Cicely Alice (Gore) Gascoyne-Cecil, marchioness of Salisbury.

  • ---.  With William Sansom.

  • ---.  With May Sarton.

  • ---.  With Schonbergske Forlag.

  • ---.  With Anne Douglas Sedgwick.

  • ---.  With William Shand.

  • ---.  With Ethel Sidgwick.

  • ---.  With Sidgwick and Jackson Ltd.

  • ---.  With Grover Smith.

  • ---.  With Logan Pearsall Smith.

  • ---.  With The Spectator.

  • ---.  With Stephen Spender.

  • ---.  With Sunday Chronicle.

  • ---.  With Tatler and Bystander.

  • ---.  With Elizabeth Taylor.

  • ---.  With The Times Literary Supplement.

  • ---.  With Trinity College:  Elizabethan Society.

  • ---.  With an unidentified author.

  • ---.  With Vaughan College.

  • ---.  With H.  J.  Walker.

  • ---.  With Sir Hugh Walpole.

  • ---.  With Evelyn Waugh.

  • ---.  With C.  V.  Wedgwood.

  • ---.  With H.  G.  Wells.

  • ---.  With Eudora Welty.

  • ---.  With Edmund Wilson.

  • ---.  With Virginia Woolf.

 

Financial and Legal Papers

  • “Financial records.” 1944– 1956.

  • “List of memoranda of agreement in collection.” n.d.

  • “Memoranda of agreement with:  Constable and Co., Ltd.  (1927– 1929);

  • Det Schonbergske Forlag (1946); The Dial P (1927– 1947); The Director of Information Services and the Control Office for Germany and Austria (n.d.); E.  Mawby Green and Edward Allan Feilbert (1940– 1943); Les Editions de Jenune Parque (1946); Ernst G.  Mortensens Forlag (1946); Fontaine (1945); His Majesty's Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs (1947); The House in Paris, Inc.  (1943); Humphrey Milford (1945); Jonathan Cape, Ltd.  (1940– 1947); Librarie Gallimard (1939); Librarie Plon (1938); Longmans, Green, and Co., Ltd.  (1939– 1943); Luis de Caralt (1944– 1946); Maurice Fridberg (1946); Oxford UP (1946); Penguin Books (1945); Sfinx (1946); Strand Film Company, Ltd.  (1942); Victor Gollancz, Ltd.  (1931– 1938).

 

 

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