Geoffrey Faber, Frank Morley, T.S. Eliot, Morley Kennerley, Anne Ridler, Alan Pringle and Berthold Wolpe of the publishers Faber & Faber write to Graves on a number of topics including: the implication that Graves was the author of 'The Gold Falcon'; references to Eliot in 'The Long Weekend'; soliciting support for Ezra Pound in the face of the charge of treason; 'The White Goddess'; poems for inclusion in 'The Faber Book of Modern Verse'; and 'Old Soldiers Never Die' by Frank Richards. The series also includes: a [copy, draft or unsent?] ts letter from Graves to Frank Morley concerning the attribution of authorship to Graves and to Henry Williamson for 'The Gold Falcon' (17 November 1933); a [copy, draft or unsent?] ts letter from Beryl Graves to Wolpe on the subject of the cover design for 'The White Goddess' (18 June 1978); and four Faber & Faber Christmas cards sent by Eliot (1946, 1950, 1955 and 1956).
Correspondence of Faber & Faber
Scope and Content
Canelluñ Collection number: CC0491
This refers to the arrangement of the papers in Robert Graves’ study before they were transferred to the College.
Ts letter from Graves to Morley originally filed separately [WG ref CC6001] in box 15 box of "Robert's bits"; placed here during cataloguing.