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Adam Schwartz article

  • NLW ex 1848
  • File

Two copies of Adam Schwartz's article ''Buggering Up the Mass': Opposition to Twentieth-Century Liturgical Change in the Thought of Graham Greene, Christopher Dawson, and David Jones', accepted for publication in Logos: A Journal of Catholic Thought and Culture, Winter issue (no 4), Volume 1. The article includes extracts from letters by David Jones held at NLW.

Miscellaneous letters

  • NLW MS 21818E.
  • File
  • 1900-1995

Letters, 1900-1995, of miscellaneous provenance. Correspondents include A. J. Balfour (1) 1916, W. H. Davies (2) 1912-1913, Lyubov (Aimée) F. Dostoevskaya (1, in French) 1924, Owen M. Edwards (4) 1900-1916, David Lloyd George (4) 1911-1919, Megan Lloyd George (3) 1948-1951, Richard Hughes (6) 1923-1935, Augustus John (7) [1918]-1950, Daniel Jones (2) 1972-1981, David Jones (1) 1966 (discussing some of his paintings), Jack Jones (2) 1938-1939, Saunders Lewis (5) 1951-1965, Wallis Simpson, later Duchess of Windsor (1) 1937, Edward Thomas (1) 1901, and Ralph Vaughan Williams (1) [1940].

Papers relating to the artist and writer David Jones

  • NLW ex 2393.
  • File
  • [1977]-1992

Research notes and a draft catalogue of the worksheets of In Parenthesis and The Anathemata by David Jones compiled at the Library in 1981, together with a list of letters by Tony Stoneburner, 1977, a catalogue of parts of the archive by Harman Grisewood, and a Catalogue of the artist's drawings and papers in the possession of the David Jones Trustees in 1992, prepared by Matilda and Douglas Hall.

Radio adaptations of David Jones's works

  • NLW MS 22431D
  • File
  • [1986x1987]

A file, apparently compiled, [1986x1987], by John G. Gallagher, relating mainly to BBC radio adaptations of In Parenthesis, 1964, The Sleeping Lord, 1981, and The Anathemata, 1953 and 1978, by David Jones, containing transcripts of the adaptations and also including transcripts and cuttings from newspapers and periodicals relating to the historical background to In Parenthesis and to David Jones and his work in general.