Charles Ogden: Correspondence and Papers
Scope and Contents
The papers include the first draft of The Meaning of Meaning, the work Ogden co-authored with the literary critic I.A. Richards; material relating to Psyche, including correspondence with the authors of Ogden's series of Psyche Monographs and Psyche Miniatures; letters from Ogden's friend, the artist James Wood; material relating to the attempts of Ogden and Ivy Litvinov, the British-born wife of the Soviet Foreign Minister, to introduce Basic English into Russia; and letters from E.B.F. Wareing, many dating from his time in Germany with the Inter-Allied Rhineland High Commission between 1918 and 1929.
- 1889-1975 (Circa)
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7 archive box(es) (7 boxes)
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Immediate Source of Acquisition
These papers were purchased by the Library on 12 Feb. 1981 at the sale of Lawrence, Crewkerne.
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