George St. George papers

Scope and Content

Comprises: (1) George St. George: "So Bright the Fire: A Play in 3 Acts" (with Cleo Lucas) (n.d.); "The Honeymoon Suite: A Play, Television or Film Idea" (1969); "Soviet Woman" (1971); "Stalin's Private War" (Paris, 1972) (also plates from an unidentified monograph on Stalin and a letter from M. Motley, 1972); (2) Translations by G. St. George: N. M. Amosoff (Amosov) "PPG-2266" (n.d.), (also, letters to R. Macomber, Georges Borchardt Inc., New York, 1971; M. Motley, 1971); N. M. Amosoff (Amosov), "Six Days" (1970); N. Baranskaia, "An Average Week" (n.d.); N. Murray, "The Dancing Children" (n.d.) (also 1967 and 1970 newspaper cuttings); R. Petroff, "The Sphinxes of the Twentieth Century" (1969); "Tim's International Guide to Political Eating" (with Zenaida St. George) (n.d.)

Administrative / Biographical History

George St. George (1904-) was an author and playwright and a translator from Russian into English.

Access Information

Access is unrestricted

Acquisition Information

The gift of Laurence Pollinger Ltd. via Peter Collingridge, December 1993



Other Finding Aids

A more detailed listing of the contents is available in the Leeds Russian Archive online catalogue