Edward Marsh

Edward Marsh: Selected full-text books and articles

Biography of Edward Marsh By Christopher Hassall Harcourt Brace, 1959
A Number of People: A Book of Reminiscences By Edward Marsh Harper and Brothers, 1939
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The Georgian Revolt, 1910-1922: Rise and Fall of a Poetic Ideal By Robert H. Ross Southern Illinois University Press, 1965
The Age of Churchill: Heritage and Adventure 1874-1911 By Peter De Mendelssohn Knopf, 1961
Librarian's tip: Marsh is discussed in multiple chapters. Marsh meeting Churchill begins on p. 294
Modernism, Magazines, and the British Avant-Garde By Faith Binckes Oxford University Press, 2010
Librarian's tip: Marsh is discussed in multiple chapters
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