The MacKenzie manuscript

Archive Collection

Scope and Content

Typescript, with manuscript corrections, of Dickens. A life by Norman and Jeanne MacKenzie, subsequently published by Oxford University Press in 1979.

Administrative / Biographical History

After twenty years as assistant editor of the New Statesman Norman MacKenzie came to the University of Sussex in 1963. He was the founding Director of the Centre for Educational Technology, was later Director of the School of Education and Chairman of Education, and retired in 1983. Both he and his wife Jeanne published separately in diverse fields, but they also collaborated on several biographical works, The time traveller, the life of H. G. Wells (1973), The first Fabians (1977) and The Diary of Beatrice Webb (edited in 4 volumes, 1982-85), as well as the life of Charles Dickens represented here.

Conditions Governing Access

Items in the collection may be consulted for the purpose of private study and personal research, within the controlled environment and restrictions of The Keep's Reading Rooms.

Acquisition Information

Donated by Norman and Jeanne MacKenzie in August 1979.

Note

Prepared by John Farrant, September 2002.

Other Finding Aids

An online catalogue is available on The Keep's website.

Conditions Governing Use

COPIES FOR PRIVATE STUDY: Subject to copyright, conditions imposed by owners and protecting the documents, digital copies can be made.

PUBLICATION: A reader wishing to publish material in the collection should contact the Head of Special Collections, in writing. The reader is responsible for obtaining permission to publish from the copyright owner.