Nisbet, Hugh Ulric Swinscow, 1897-1987 (write pseudonyms Hugh Callaway and Pierre Saint Vaast)
- Existence: 1897 - 1987
Hugh Ulric Swinscow Nisbet was the author of Thoughts on the purpose of art (1934), Spread no wings (1937) and Old school tie: recollections of Marlborough before the First World War (1964), and, under the pseudonym Hugh Callaway, Bridge to world man (1960), Super-sense: a beginning (1967) and The new consciousness (alternative to chaos) (1971). He also published under the name Pierre Saint Vaast.
Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:
Thanks for Siegfried Sassoon's letter, state of mind induced by the war, fate of western civilization, sends essay [''The park of Jean-Jacques Rousseau'', 1934, CCC.39.80].
1. Typescript forewords to 'Bridge of years' and 'Return to Ithaca'. 2-10. 'Bridge of years', vols I-VI, and 'Return to Ithaca', nos 1 and 2, typescript 'diaries of an untaught mystic', 1932-1962, with inserted photographs. 11. Hugh Callaway, The new consciousness (alternative to chaos) (1971), printed.