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Articles and essays, 1923; 1940-1963; n.d.

MS. 10641/22

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Articles, essays and other prose texts by MacNeice:
  1. MS. 'Odin Allfather', c.1923.
  2. MS. of an untitled text [broadcast?] on British foreign politics, c.1940.
  3. MS. 'Broken Windows or Thinking Aloud', c.1940/1941.
  4. TSS. of three 'London Letters', February 11th, April 9th and May 29th, 1940-1941, with a letter from John Lehmann ( New Writing), Feb 1941.
  5. MS. obituary of James Joyce, 1941, and notes for James Joyce Week in Dublin, 1962.
  6. Carbon TS. obituary for Graham H. Shepard, 1943.
  7. Carbon TS. 'Northern Ireland and her People', 1944.
  8. Carbon TS. 'English Writing Today (1)', 1945.
  9. Carbon TS. 'On Translating Faust', 1949.
  10. Carbon TS. 'Experiences with Images', [1949].
  11. Carbon TS. 'A Byzantine Wedding', 1951.
  12. TS. ' Books in General', 1952.
  13. Carbon TS. 'India and England 1952', 1952.
  14. Carbon TS. 'The Agamemnon of Aeschylus', 1953.
  15. Carbon TS. 'Speaking of Poets', 1953.
  16. Carbon TS. 'Biographical notes (Louis MacNeice)', c.1961.
  17. Carbon TS. ' 'Notes for Argo' [Louis MacNeice on his own poetry], c.1961.
  18. Carbon TS. 'Dublin Revisited', 1962.
  19. Press cutting of Louis MacNeice, Childhood Memories, The Listener, 12 Dec 1963.
  20. Carbon TS. 'Postscript to Chapter on Irish Drama', n.d.
  21. Carbon TS. 'Eliot and the Adolescent' (incomplete), n.d.
  22. Carbon TS. 'Spenser's Faerie Queene', n.d.
  23. Carbon TS. 'William Empson', n.d.
  24. Carbon TS. 'Godot on Television', n.d.
  25. Carbon TS. 'Why Rugby?', n.d.
  26. TS. 'Character of Ireland' (outline of a book), with MS. notes, n.d.
  27. Carbon TS. of a short text starting 'While to be a gourmet at the moment seems almost immoral...', n.d.
  28. MS. page of an essay on Mill, n.d.


  • 1923; 1940-1963; n.d.


1 box (2 folders)

Language of Materials

  • English


MS. 10641/22

Repository Details

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Weston Library
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Oxford OX1 3BG United Kingdom