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General correspondence, 1981

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MS. Berlin 216

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Includes letters from and copies of letters to:
  1. (fols. 254-255*, 259) ariel, about proposed revisions to Berlin's article on Talmon
  2. (fols. 27, 173-174*, 180, 243) Nahum Goldmann, discussing Zionist activities in wartime Washington
  3. (fols. 188*, 190*, 202-204*, 213-214*) John Grigg, about Einstein's attitude to Zionism, and on Berlin's Zionism
  4. (fols. 267-268) Peter Halban
  5. (fols. 187*, 199, 212) the Observer, about Einstein's attitude to Zionism
  6. (fols. 64-65*, 127-128*) Arieh Harell, about Tolstoy
with letters from
  1. (fols. 287-288) Susan Mary Alsop
  2. (fols. 9, 178) Raymond Aron
  3. (fols. 293-294) John Bayley, about Kant, and the play of consciousness
  4. (fol. 239) M.G. Brock
  5. (fol. 46) James Callaghan
  6. (fol. 292) Lord David Cecil
  7. (fols. 43-44, 193) Lidiya Chukovskaya, about Berlin's reminiscences about his meetings with Anna Akhmatova and Boris Pasternak, and about Korney Chukovsky's centenary
  8. (fols. 113-114) John Clive
  9. (fols. 20, 57-58) Olivia Constable
  10. (fols. 8, 30-31) Alistair Cooke
  11. (fol. 275) Edward Crankshaw
  12. (fol. 284) Max Fisch, about Vico
  13. (fols. 3-4) Ann Fleming
  14. (fol. 7) Michael Foot
  15. (fol. 98) Gideon Rafael
  16. (fol. 90) K.M. Halle
  17. (fol. 33) Philippe Halban
  18. (fols. 262-263) Richard Cobb
  19. (fols. 36, 49) Avraham Harman
  20. (fol. 264) T.L. Hodgkin, about a 'birthday book' for Maire Gaster
  21. (fol. 38) Roman Jakobson
  22. (fol. 171) D.P.T. Jay
  23. (fol. 228) G.F. Kennan
  24. (fol. 32) Yehudi Menuhin
  25. (fol. 200) Joan Moore, Countess of Drogheda
  26. (fols. 233-235) Agnes Headlam-Morley
  27. (fols. 260, 265) Sir Claus Moser
  28. (fols. 238, 297) Iris Murdoch
  29. (fols. 10-12, 34-35, 142) Ursula Niebuhr
  30. (fol. 53) Bertell Ollman
  31. (fols. 91-93) Dame Iris Origo
  32. (fol. 220b) Josephine Pasternak
  33. (fol. 299) A.M. Quinton
  34. (fol. 98) Gideon Rafael
  35. (fol. 48) L.B. Schapiro
  36. (fols. 18, 129) Elisabeth Sifton
  37. (fol. 257) Gleb Struve, about Anna Akhmatova
  38. (fol. 282) Lucy Syson, about a 'birthday book' for Maire Gaster
  39. (fol. 88) M.P. Tree
  40. (fol. 291) Diana Trilling
  41. (fols. 66-85*) Sir Siegmund Warburg, enclosing a translation of an article by Gershom Shocken on Zionism
  42. (fol. 5) Hugh Seton-Watson
  43. (fols. 289-290*) Bill Weinstein, about J.P. Plamenatz
  44. (fols. 110-111, 245-246, 277-278) B.A.O. Williams
and letters about:
  1. (fols. 1-2*, 3-4, 6-8*, 19-20*, 23-24*, 26*, 46*, 51-52, 60, 88-93, 113, 117, 125-126, 171*, 221*, 233-235*, 304-305) Berlin's Personal Impressions
  2. (fols. 59, 96-97, 104, 275, 277-280, 287-288, 298, 302) the performance and publication of A Month in the Country, translated by Berlin
  3. (fols. 181-185) an International Conference in honour of Andrei Sakharov, including a short appreciation by Berlin of Sakharov
  4. (fols. 195-197, 200, 205, 207-211, 215-217, 225-226) Berlin's television interview with Bernard Levin

Dates

  • 1981

Extent

307 Leaves

Conditions Governing Access

Closed, with the exception of items marked with an asterisk

Shelfmark

MS. Berlin 216

Repository Details

Part of the Bodleian Libraries Repository

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