Scope and Content

Comprises two unrelated items in Mervyn Peake's hand, both undated:

  • Leaf with revised autograph fragment on the imagination, 'Without a limitless theme the imagination boggles...';
  • Leaf with autograph fragment about the influence of Charles Dickens on George Bernard Shaw's work, copied from Charles Dickens: A Bookman extra number [a miscellany of appreciations],(London: Hodder, 1914), pp.103-104.

Arrangement

British Library arrangement. Fragment of writing on the imagination originally found with fragments of Titus Alone from the early 1950s, see Add MS 88931/1/3/24.

Conditions Governing Access

Unrestricted

Not Public Record(s)