Published: Apr 1955
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|1||Fiction is truth’s eldest sister: Kipling’s after-dinner speech at RSL, 1926||Short, Ernest (Notes)|
|1||Methuen. First publisher of Kipling’s poems||Short, Ernest (Notes)|
|3||Conservative. Kipling the Conservative. Pt 1 + Pt 2: 114/03 (+ 114/01)||Annan, Noel (BBC talk)|
|3||FIVE NATIONS (v). Names of the ‘Five nations’||Short, Ernest (Notes)|
|3||SEVEN SEAS (v). Names of the ‘Seven Seas’||Short, Ernest (Notes)|
|9||BROTHER SQUARE-TOES (R&F). R.K.’s use of historical material. Pt 1||Weygandt, Ann W.|
|9||Historical material. R.K.’s use of historical material Pt 1 + Pt 2: 118/10||Weygandt, Ann W.+112/10|
|9||PRIEST IN SPITE OF HIMSELF (R&F). R.K.’s use of hist. material. Pt 1||Weygandt, Ann W.|
|12||Filibuster; poem [:comment on ‘Tomlinson’]||Martyn, Margaret|
|13||Wolff Collection. Part 2: ‘Echoes’ and ‘Schoolboy Lyrics’ in more detail||Maitland, W.G.B.|