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GR-OF CA SING-S01-F02-SF002-0002 (363)
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Notes by E. M. Forster, R. Singopoulo and Cavafy
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LEVEL OF DESCRIPTION:
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EXTENT AND MEDIUM:
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FORMER REFERENCE CODE:
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NAME OF CREATOR(S):
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CONTENT AND STRUCTURE AREA
SCOPE AND CONTENT:
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Handwritten notes on two double sheet notepapers in the form of questions to E. M. Forster; they have been written in French by Rica Singopoulo and they obviously come from his interview with the Tachydromos of Alexandria. Extensive handwritten notes by Forster in English and handwritten notes by Cavafy in pencil. Pages 2-4 are numbered. Cancellations. List of Forster’s works by Forster compiled by himself on paper. Forster’s address in England on another paper, handwritten by Cavafy. The same note, again by Cavafy, on a small piece of paperboard. Envelope with the address of R. Singopoulo, bearing a rubber mail stamp with the date 24/12/1929.
CONDITIONS OF ACCESS AND USE AREA
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LANGUAGE AND SCRIPT NOTES:
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PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS AND TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS:
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Writing in ink and pencil. Physical item wear: oxidations.
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Forster’s notes pertain to the presentation of his literary generation, and particularly of his closer circle.
Key-words aiming to facilitate search within the fonds.
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