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Century of ExperienceEvidenceName of Reader / Listener / Reading GroupAuthor of TextTitle of TextForm of Text
1800-1849'On 7 Aug. 1805 the Wordsworths told Lady Beaumont that "We have just read a poem called the Sabbath written by a very...Wordsworth FamilyJames GrahameSabbath, TheUnknown
1800-1849'W[ordsworth] copied out seven lines of Grahame's poem [Birds of Scotland] in a letter to Lady Beaumont of Dec. 1806, ...William Wordsworth James GrahameBirds of ScotlandUnknown
1900-1945For some reason we were never confronted with the famous animal books in childhood -neither "The Wind in the Willows" ...Patricia Beer Kenneth GrahameThe Wind in the WillowsPrint: Book
1900-1945'Marjory Todd read [the books of Hesba Stretton, Mrs O.F. Walton and Amy le Feuvre but felt later that] "I would not n...Marjory Todd Kenneth Grahame[probably The Wind in the Willows etc]Print: Book
1900-1945[List of books read in 1943, in diary for 1943]: 'The Farthing Spinster; Guy Mannering; Whereas I was Blind; And So t...Hilary Spalding Kenneth GrahameDream DaysPrint: Book
1800-1849Fanny Kemble, 9 October 1832: 'I have begun Grahame's "History of America", and like it "mainly," as the old plays say'.Fanny Kemble GrahameHistory of AmericaPrint: Book
1800-1849Harriet Martineau, on her research for a story to be set in Ceylon: 'I gathered what I could from books, but really fe...Harriet Martineau Maria GrahamunknownPrint: Book
1900-1945'I had not heard of "Wind in the Willows" until I read it during the summer holiday of my seventeenth year!'Norman Nicholson Kenneth GrahameThe Wind in the WillowsPrint: Book
1850-1899His reading this summer included much Browning, Turgenev's Smoke and Kenneth Grahame's Golden Age ('which surely is th...John Buchan Kenneth GrahameGolden AgePrint: Book
1800-1849'I received yours yesternight with the poem of [italics] the Sabbath [end italics], a good part of which I have alread...James Hogg James GrahameSabbath, ThePrint: Unknown
1850-1899'Yesterday I finfished the "Life" [the biography of Saint Teresa of Avila by Cunninghame Grahames's wife Gabriela.] Ca...Joseph Conrad Gabriela Cunninghame GrahamSanta Teresa: Her Life and TimesManuscript: Unknown
1850-1899'The "Impenitent Thief" has been read more than once. I've read it several times alone and I've read it aloud to my w...Joseph Conrad R. (Robert) B.(Bontine) Cunninghame GrahamThe Impenitent ThiefPrint: Serial / periodical
1850-1899'Now the first sensation of oppression has worn off a little what remains with one after reading the Life of Santa Te...Joseph Conrad Gabriela Cunninghame GrahamSanta Teresa: Her Life and TimesPrint: Book
1850-1899'The "Bristol Fashion" business is excellently well put. You seem to know a lot about every part of the world and what...Joseph Conrad R. (Robert) B.(Bontine) Cunninghame GrahamBristol Fashion Pt.2 in Saturday ReviewPrint: Serial / periodical
1850-1899'The Guide book simply magnificent Everlastingly good! [sic].I've read it last night having only then returned home.'Joseph Conrad R. (Robert) B.(Bontine) Cunninghame GrahamNotes on the District of MenteithPrint: Book
1850-1899'This morning I had the "Aurora" from Smithers, No.2 of the 500 copies. C'est tout simplement magnifique yet I do not ...Joseph Conrad R.(Robert) B.(Bontine) Cunninghame GrahamAurora la Cujini: A Realistic sketch in SevillePrint: Book, see additional comments
1850-1899'I return the pages "To Wayfaring Men". I read them before I read your letter and have been deeply touched.'Joseph Conrad R.(Robert) B.(Bontine) Cunninghame GrahamPreface to: Mogreb-el-Aksa: A Journey in MoroccoManuscript: Sheet, Presumably typewritten pages
1850-1899'"Higginson's Dream" is super-excellent. It is much too good to remind me of any of my work, but I am immensely flatte...Joseph Conrad R. (Robert) B.(Bontine) Cunninghame GrahamHigginson's DreamPrint: Serial / periodical
1850-1899'Your photograph came yesterday (It's good!) and the book [Mogreb-el-Acksa] arrived by this evening's post. I dropped ...Joseph Conrad R.(Robert) B.(Bontine) Cunninghame GrahamMogreb-el-AcksaPrint: Book
1850-1899'Just a word or two about Robert's book. It is a glorious performance.Much as we expected of him. [...] Nothing approa...Joseph Conrad R.(Robert) B.(Bontine) Cunninghame GrahamMogreb-el-AcksaPrint: Book
1850-1899'Today, from your kindness, I received the "Chronicle" with Robert's [Cunninghame Graham] letter. C'est bien ca -- c'e...Joseph Conrad R. (Robert) B.(Bontine) Cunninghame Grahamletter in Daily Chronicle "Pax Britannica"Print: Newspaper
1850-1899'The thing ["A Paheka" ] in "West.Gaz." is excellent, excellent.'Joseph Conrad R. (Robert) B.(Bontine) Cunninghame Graham'A Paheka'Print: Serial / periodical
1850-1899'I have just read "Family Portraits". I am a bad critic: it is difficult for me to express with the right words the pl...Joseph Conrad Gabriela Cunninghame GrahamFamily PortraitsPrint: Unknown
1850-1899''I hold "Ipane". Hoch! Hurra! Vivat! May you live! And now I know I am virtuous because I read and had no pang of jea...Joseph Conrad R. (Robert) B.(Bontine) Cunninghame GrahamThe IpanePrint: Book
1900-1945'[...] but now since I've received the "Sat. Review" I've something to write about. The "german Tramp" is not only exc...Joseph Conrad R.(Robert) B.(Bontine) Cunninghame GrahamIn a German Tramp Print: Serial / periodical
1900-1945'But as to "Buta" it is altogether and fundamentally good, good in matter--that's of course--but good wonderfully good...Joseph Conrad R.(Robert) B.(Bontine) Cunninghame GrahamButaPrint: Serial / periodical
1900-1945'I've read "Cruz Alta" four days ago. c'est tout simplement magnifique. I know most of the sketches, in fact nearly al...Joseph Conrad R. (Robert) B.(Bontine) Cunninghame GrahamCruz Alta Print: Book
1900-1945'I am altogether under the charm of that book ["The Vanished Arcadia"] in accord with its spirit and full of admiratio...Joseph Conrad R. (Robert) B.(Bontine) Cunninghame GrahamVanished ArcadiaPrint: Book
1900-1945'I feel so dull and muddle-headed that I daren't even attempt to give you now an idea of the effect the little volume ...Joseph Conrad R.(Robert) B.(Bontine) Cunninghame GrahamSuccessPrint: Book
1800-1849[present at dinner at Mr Murray's was] 'The Mrs Graham who wrote the lively India Journal, a delightful woman!'George Crabbe Maria GrahamJournal of A Residence in IndiaPrint: Book
1900-1945'E[dward]M[organ]F[orster] was reading, as well, Lyall's Asiatic Studies: Religious and Social (1882) and G. F. I. Gra...Edward Morgan Forster G. F. I. GrahamThe Life and Works of Syed Ahmed KhanPrint: Book
1900-1945'My mother started to read to me when I was very young indeed. She read aloud beautifully and never got tired, and she...Rosemary Sutcliff Kenneth GrahameunknownPrint: Book
1900-1945'I have been reading again the "[A] Vanished Arcadia" - from the dedication, so full of charm,to the last paragraph wi...Joseph Conrad R. (Robert) B.(Bontine) Cunninghame GrahamA Vanished Arcadia: being some account of the Jesuits in Paraguay 1607-1767Print: Book
1900-1945'Your Saturday Review fling is first rate. Nothing I liked more since the gold-fish carrier story'. Joseph Conrad R. (Robert) B.(Bontine) Cunninghame GrahamA Convert (?) Print: Serial / periodical
1900-1945'Next to tell you that "H.[Hernando]de Soto" is most exquisitely excellent: your very mark and spirit upon a subject ...Joseph Conrad R. (Robert) B.(Bontine) Cunninghame GrahamHernando de Soto: together with an account of one of his captains, Gonçalo Silvestre. Print: Book
1900-1945'This moment I receive "Progress", or rather the moment (last night) occurred favorably to let me read before I sat do...Joseph Conrad R. (Robert) B.(Bontine) Cunninghame GrahamProgress and Other StoriesPrint: Book
1900-1945'I've read your book ["His People"] with the usual delight and more than the usual admiration.[...] Three times I've g...Joseph Conrad R. (Robert) B.(Bontine) Cunninghame GrahamHis PeoplePrint: Book
1900-1945' I have had the new edition of Sta. Teresa sent down for a leisurely re-reading. It seems no end of years since I rea...Joseph Conrad Gabriela Cunninghame GrahamSanta Teresa: Her Life and TimesPrint: Book
1900-1945'Its really good of you to have sent "Faith". Your magic never grows less; each of your prefaces is a gem and my enthu...Joseph Conrad R.(Robert) B.(Bontine) Cunninghame GrahamFaithPrint: Book
1900-1945'Read a little book of verse entitled "Cage Without Grievance", by a "modern Scot", W.S. Graham. Montgomerie's gift; a...William Soutar W.S. GrahamCage Without GrievancePrint: Book
1900-1945'The evening was then given up to the subject Gilbert & Sullivan's operas. Mr R.B. Graham read an able paper dealing w...R.B. Graham R.B. Graham[paper on Gilbert & Sullivan]Manuscript: Unknown
1900-1945'The following miscellaneous programme was then gone through. This change in the subject was caused by the imposibilit...R.B. Graham R.B. Graham'Pious Atrocity, The'Manuscript: Unknown
1900-1945'[...] the volume ["Charity"] which on my first visit to London in many months I carried off home. From the first word...Joseph Conrad R.(Robert) B.(Bontine) Cunninghame GrahamCharityPrint: Book
1900-1945'That's why [an attack of gout] I did not write to thank you for your book ["A Hatchment"] (and the Ranee's) ["My Life...Joseph Conrad R.(Robert) B.(Bontine) Cunninghame GrahamA HatchmentPrint: Book
1900-1945' I've just finished "B[ernal] Diaz". The terminal pages of the preface are just lovely with their irresistable refer...Joseph Conrad R.(Robert) B.(Bontine) Cunninghame GrahamBernal Diaz de Castillo:Being Some Account of Him Taken From His True History of the Conquest of New Spain Print: Book
1900-1945'The rest of the evening was devoted to the works of Laurence Housman. Most of the members had seen & heard Mr Housman...R.B. Graham R.B. Graham[paper on Housman's 'Little Plays of St.Francis']Manuscript: Unknown
1900-1945'Various anonymous essays by members of the Club were then read with the following titles and at the conclusion of the...members of XII Book ClubMrs R.B. GrahamLady of the Marsh, TheManuscript: Unknown
1900-1945'Various anonymous essays by members of the Club were then read with the following titles and at the conclusion of the...members of XII Book ClubR.B. GrahamIf Christianity had WonManuscript: Unknown
1700-1799J. Duncombe, of Benet College, Cambridge, to Samuel Richardson, 15 October 1751: 'Mr Graham is not in Cambridge; bu...J. Duncombe and others in Cambridge GrahamepigramUnknown
1900-1945'I am just fresh from the second reading of your vol ["Brought Forward"]'. Hence follow twelve lines of admiring comm...Joseph Conrad Robert Bontine Cunninghame GrahamBrought ForwardPrint: Book
1900-1945'Ever so many thanks too for the "Life and Miracles" which I have just read for the second time.There is no one but yo...Joseph Conrad Robert Bontine Cunninghame GrahamA Brazilian Mystic, being the Life and Miracles of Antonio ConselheiroPrint: Book
1900-1945'What to me [...] seems most wonderful in the Carthagena book is its inextinguishable vitality, the unchanged strength...Joseph Conrad Robert Bontine Cunninghame GrahamCartagena and the Banks of the SinuPrint: Book
1900-1945'I would have written to you before about my delight in "The Conquest of Granada" if it had not been for the beastly s...Joseph Conrad Robert Bontine Cunninghame GrahamThe Conquest of New Granada, being the Life of Gonzalo Jimenez de Quesada Print: Book
1900-1945'At the foot of the bed was an oak "library table" [...]. There were several piles of books on it, W. W. Jacobs for li...Joseph Conrad Robert Bontine Cunninghame GrahamPrint: Book


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