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Bertram Higgins

Bertram Higgins  

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(1901 –74),was born in Melbourne, son of a hotelier. After a year at Newman College, Melbourne, in 1918, he read languages at Oxford. From 1922 to 1930 he worked ...
Calendar of Modern Letters, The

Calendar of Modern Letters, The   Reference library

The Oxford Companion to Twentieth-Century Literature in English

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a journal of criticism, poetry, and fiction founded in 1925 by Edgell Rickword, Douglas Garman, and Bertram Higgins as a forum for critical discourse of a standard they felt the ...

Edgell Rickword

Edgell Rickword  

(1898–1982),poet, critic, and radical, edited from 1925 to 1927, the Calendar of Modern Letters. He also edited two volumes of Scrutiny (1928–32), the Left Review (1936–8), and Our Time (1944–7), and ...
Scrutiny

Scrutiny  

A Cambridge periodical which ran for 19 volumes, 1932–53, edited by L. C. Knights, Donald Culver, Denys Thompson, D. W. Harding, and others, but dominated largely by F. R. Leavis; a 20th issue, with ...

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