Letter from A. R. Orage to Herbert Read, June 16, 1921


Part of a collection of correspondence between Sir Herbert Read and Alfred Richard Orage. Orage is most well-known for editing the magazine “The New Age”. These letters, spanning 1921 and 1922, primarily discuss Read’s work as a Readers and Writers columnist for the magazine in that time. In these letter Orage also frequently mentions P. D. Ouspensky, who studied under philosopher G. I. Gurdjieff. In 1922 Orage sold “The New Age” and moved to Paris in order to also study under Gurdjieff. In this letter, Orage suggests articles on Hulme material. This letter also discusses New Age and Read's column.

In Collection:
Creator Contributor Subject Language Identifier
  • HR/ARO-10
Date created Resource type Rights statement Extent
  • 2 pages
Geographic coverage Coordinates
  • 51.19669, -0.61266
Additional physical characteristics
  • Handwritten in black ink.
Physical repository Collection
  • Herbert Read Collection
Provider Genre Archival item identifier
  • File: 9.31
Fonds title Fonds identifier Is referenced by Date digitized
  • 2022 to 2023
Technical note
  • Scanning and metadata by Rowan O'Brian and additional metadata by SC.
  • Use of this material is permitted for research and private study purposes only. For all other uses, contact University of Victoria Special Collections and University Archives.

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