Reading Experience Database

Listing for Reader: Harold Nicolson


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Century of ExperienceEvidenceName of Reader / Listener / Reading GroupAuthor of TextTitle of TextForm of Text
1900-1945'He [a friend] took me to a bar which he said was quite respectable, but the proprietor showed me pornographic photogr...Harold Nicolson Virginia WoolfOrlandoUnknown
1900-1945'Do you now what we are doing? Harold is reading about Harmann, The Butcher of Hanover, - an unbelievably horrible bo...Harold Nicolson unknown[work about Harmann, the Butcher of Hanover]Print: Unknown
1900-1945'I read Celery through from cover to cover last night in bed. It really is good.'Harold Nicolson Vita Sackville-WestHeritagePrint: Book
1900-1945'I had a nice day yesterday lying out under the trees in a deck-chair reading Bertie Russell's "On Education". A good...Harold Nicolson Bertrand RussellOn EducationPrint: Book
1900-1945'I went yesterday to Montreux and then changed and went in a funny funicular to a place called Gstaadt where we arrive...Harold Nicolson George Gordon, Lord ByronunknownPrint: Book
1900-1945'(I read it through at a sitting - but that of course is not a good test...) Harold Nicolson Vita Sackville-WestPassenger to TeheranPrint: Book
1900-1945'Dearest - you don't know what "The Land" means to me! I read it incessantly - it has become a real wide undertone to...Harold Nicolson Vita Sackville-WestThe LandUnknown
1900-1945'Feeling rather miz at the moment as I have been reading three days worth of the "Express" and "Evening Standard". Th...Harold Nicolson ExpressPrint: Newspaper
1900-1945'Read French and German newspapers. Wrote three paragraphs. Fiddled about.'Harold Nicolson [French and German newspapers]Print: Newspaper
1900-1945'I read "Mansfield Park" [Jane Austen]. Proust applied to la petite noblesse de campagne. I also read Aristotle's Et...Harold Nicolson Jane AustenMansfield ParkPrint: Book
1900-1945'In odd moments when I am at a loose end (about eleven minutes in the day) I read Emily Dickinson.'Harold Nicolson Emily DickinsonpoemsPrint: Book
1900-1945'I think she thought I was French as I was reading the "Matin". But when I picked up Lamb which was obviously an Engl...Harold Nicolson Charles LambunknownPrint: Book
1900-1945'I had time yesterday to read your poem. In fact I read it three times. Once in the train. Once after luncheon in t...Harold Nicolson Vita Sackville-WestSolitudeUnknown
1900-1945'I read the Keats letters coming up in a belated and dawdling train. His letter to [Charles Armitage] Brown from Napl...Harold Nicolson John KeatsLettersPrint: Book


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