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Douglas, Norman, 1868-1952

 

Dates

  • Existence: 1868 - 1952

Norman Douglas was born on December 8, 1868 in Thüringen, Austria. Douglas was brought up in Scotland and educated in England and Germany. He started in the diplomatic service based in St. Petersburg in 1894 and stayed in Russia until 1896. He later lived in Italy and France. Douglas published his first book "Unprofessiona Tales" in 1901. Other publications include "South Wind" (1917), "The Went" (1920) and "D.H. Lawrence and Maurice Magnus: A Plea for Better Manners" (1924). He died on February 7, 1952.

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Norman Douglas correspondence and manuscripts

MS-232
 Collection
Identifier: MS-232
Overview Norman Douglas (1868-1952), writer. The collection contains correspondence and manuscripts of four books "They Went" (1920), "Belladona" (1925), "The Correct Thing"(1925) and "In the Beginning" (1927). Correspondents include James B. Pinker, Walter Lowenfels, Martin Secker, Rafael Sabatini and Harold G. Rugg.