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This is a fair manuscript copy of three pieces (1, 3, 4 and 5, bars 1-16) from Arnold Schoenberg’s Fünf Orchesterstücke,...
Print, Illustration, Image
This portfolio contains unbound plates of the 16 designs used for the 1907 edition of Oscar Wilde’s Salomé by Jo...
Robert Falcon Scott (1868 - 1912) and his four companions reached the South Pole on 17 January 1912, just one month afte...
In 1882, Fredrik Bajer (1837-1922) founded Foreningen til Danmarks Nevtralisering, the Association of Danish Neutrality,...
James Joyce composed ‘Gas from a Burner’ in response to learning that the printed sheets of his short story collection D...
Gitanjali is a collection of poems authored by Rabindranath Tagore. Originally written in Bengali, the poems were based...
These two texts were published at the beginning of this edition of Jude the Obscure, the first being the preface to the...
Manuscript, Letter, Ephemera, Photograph, Image
Dated 28 September 1912, this letter from the artist Duncan Grant describes preparations for Roger Fry’s Second Post-Imp...
Manuscript, Letter, Ephemera
These are some of the letters that E M Forster sent to his friend and fellow writer Lytton Strachey, one of the core mem...
Pamphlet, Illustration, Image
This is an early published English translation of the first Futurist manifesto. It was published in the catalogue for th...
Written on five sheets of paper in James Joyce’s own hand, this rare manuscript fragment contains three draft passages f...
This map of Belgium was designed by Lillian Tennant as part of a series of 12 maps produced for Stories of Old, a collec...
Where does the word ‘Wessex’ come from? Thomas Hardy uses the name ‘Wessex’ for the first time in chapter 50 of Far from...
These leaflets were produced between 1912 and 1914 by the National Union of Women’s Suffrage Societies (NUWSS). Led by M...
This photograph shows Christabel Pankhurst in exile, avoiding the risk of arrest in Britain. She sits in her office in...