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General correspondence, 1979

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MS. Berlin 213

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Includes letters from and copies of letters to:
  1. (fols. 78-81, 86) Lord Bethell, about sections on Berlin in Bethell's book The Palestine Triangle, about Zionist politics in wartime America
  2. (fols. 39-40, 173-175, 180, 190) Roger Bowen, about Berlin's memories of Bernard Spencer
  3. (fols. 193-5, 222) Andrew Boyle, discussing Boyle's book Climate of Treason about Guy Burgess and Donald Maclean, and about the illness and death of Goronwy Rees
  4. (fols. 103-104, 163-164) R.W. Childers, about Anna Akhmatova
  5. (fols. 29-30) J. A. Ellison, about a tribute to Norman Tucker, including a draft contribution by Berlin [not published; see also MS. Berlin 592, fols. 1-2]
  6. (fols. 83, 91-94) Avraham Harman
  7. (fols. 153, 167, 169) H.O. Malone, about Adam von Trott
  8. (fols. 8-18, 22) Comparative Literature Studies, about Berlin's reply to Scouten on Vico, including a draft
with letters from
  1. (fol. 228) Sir John Balfour
  2. (fols. 7, 146) M.G. Brock
  3. (fols. 155-158) Lord David Cecil, about Berlin's Against the Current, especially the essays on Disraeli and Verdi
  4. (fols. 35, 113-114) G.A. Cohen
  5. (fols. 28, 231) Edward Crankshaw
  6. (fol. 170) Ann Fleming
  7. (fols. 152, 165) Jean Floud
  8. (fol. 50) Sir Nicholas Henderson
  9. (fol. 41) Harold Macmillan
  10. (fol. 100) A.D. Momigliano
  11. (fol. 98) C.G.P. Moore, 11th Earl of Drogheda
  12. (fols. 111-112) Joan Moore, Countess of Drogheda
  13. (fol. 223) Anatoly Naiman
  14. (fol. 118) Bertell Ollman
  15. (fol. 171) Shimon Peres
  16. (fols. 151, 224) A.M. Quinton
  17. (fols. 5-6) Gideon Rafael
  18. (fol. 52) Nathan Rotenstreich
  19. (fol. 139) A.J. Ryan
  20. (fols. 140, 154, 226) Diana Trilling, including one about Goronwy Rees
  21. (fols. 133-138) Hugh Seton-Watson, about Berlin's Against the Current
  22. (fols. 24-26) Anne [-], about her own life and Jewish identity, and that of Bernard Berenson
  23. (fols. 129-130) Jim [-], about Berlin's Vico and Herder , with annotations by Berlin
and letters about:
  1. (fols. 64-65, 77) Berlin's memories of significant 20th-century events for a book on that topic, including his recollections of Pearl Harbor, the Cuban Missile Crisis, the J.F. Kennedy assassination, the death of F.D. Roosevelt, and the Russian Revolution

Dates

  • 1979

Extent

232 Leaves

Shelfmark

MS. Berlin 213

Repository Details

Part of the Bodleian Libraries Repository

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Weston Library
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