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[WALEY, Arthur (1889-1966)]. Remaining correspondence of Arthur Waley, approximately 1917-1966, the correspondents including T.S. Eliot (typed note signed, 2 January 1956, a letter of congratulation), Sir Frederick Ashton (on the death of Beryl de Zoete), Bernard Berenson, Arthur Clutton-Brock, Kenneth Clark, Alberto de Lacerda (2), Albert Ehrenstein, Margery Fry, Harley Granville-Barker, Gordon Hannington-Luce (19, the majority from Burma, 1914-1953), John Masefield, André Maurois, Peter Quennell, Stephen Spender (letter and typescript of his poem 'After reading Arthur Waley's Li-Po'), Michael Tippett (4), R.C. Trevelyan (3), Miguel de Unamuno (1920, to Oswald Sickert), Sir Stanley Unwin (2), Charles Vildrac, Rebecca West (2, 1960), Gamel Woolsey (3, with typescripts of six poems) and others; with seven letters by Waley to various recipients; and correspondence of Alison Waley, the majority after Arthur Waley's death, including letters from Gerald Brenan, Duncan Grant, Sacheverell Sitwell and a number of sinologists, as well as a quantity of letters from relatives of Waley, altogether approximately 440 letters and cards.

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[WALEY, Arthur (1889-1966)]. Remaining correspondence of Arthur Waley, approximately 1917-1966, the correspondents including T.S. Eliot (typed note signed, 2 January 1956, a letter of congratulation), Sir Frederick Ashton (on the death of Beryl de Zoete), Bernard Berenson, Arthur Clutton-Brock, Kenneth Clark, Alberto de Lacerda (2), Albert Ehrenstein, Margery Fry, Harley Granville-Barker, Gordon Hannington-Luce (19, the majority from Burma, 1914-1953), John Masefield, André Maurois, Peter Quennell, Stephen Spender (letter and typescript of his poem 'After reading Arthur Waley's Li-Po'), Michael Tippett (4), R.C. Trevelyan (3), Miguel de Unamuno (1920, to Oswald Sickert), Sir Stanley Unwin (2), Charles Vildrac, Rebecca West (2, 1960), Gamel Woolsey (3, with typescripts of six poems) and others; with seven letters by Waley to various recipients; and correspondence of Alison Waley, the majority after Arthur Waley's death, including letters from Gerald Brenan, Duncan Grant, Sacheverell Sitwell and a number of sinologists, as well as a quantity of letters from relatives of Waley, altogether approximately 440 letters and cards.
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