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Typescripts of lectures delivered while on tour in the United States, 1941-1945

MS. 12211/66
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  1. (folder 1) A detailed itinerary of Charles Morgan's planned engagements while he was in the US and short summaries of each of the eight lectures that he delivered throughout his trip

(folder. 2) Lectures labelled:

  1. Typescript copy of 'The Human Experiment', n.d.
  2. Printed copy of 'The Creative Imagination', 1937
  3. Typescript of an untitled speech
  4. 'The Stream of History' (Lecture I), n.d.
  5. 'A New Citizenship: Liberty + Authority' (Lecture II), n.d.
  6. 'Equality and Privilege' (Lecture III), n.d.

(folder 3) Lectures labelled:

  1. 'A citizen of what world?' (Lecture IV), n.d.
  2. 'What kind of citizen?' (Lecture V), n.d.
  3. 'The Value of Art in Modern Society. A defence of story-telling' (Lecture VI), n.d.
  4. 'Values of Imagination and Reason. The Creative Imagination' (Lecture VII), n.d.
  5. 'The Price and the Reward' (Lecture VIII), n.d.
  6. 'The Nature of Dramatic Illusion' (Lecture IX), n.d.


  • Creation: 1941-1945


1 box

Language of Materials

  • English


MS. 12211/66

Repository Details

Part of the Bodleian Libraries Repository

Weston Library
Broad Street
Oxford OX1 3BG United Kingdom