Document ReferenceLa R 4/6/2
TitleLetter from F.C. Hirst, Zennor, St Ives, Cornwall to [Mr Jackson]; 27 Nov. 1930
Date27 November 1930
Extent1 f
Content DescriptionAddressed 'Dear Sir'; thanks him for the literature and papers, he will send information and a postcard showing The Tinners' Arms [Zennor]; there should be no difficulty in identifying the people and places used in the 'Nightmare' chapter [of 'Kangaroo']; identified John Thomas Bunyan as William Henry Hocking; comments on D.H. Lawrence's standpoint in 'Kangaroo' and his views about the [first world] war which he broadcast openly in Zennor whilst living there; adds a postscript that he is including notes on 'Kangaroo' (see under separate entry, La R 4/6/3).

For a fuller description of the group of papers to which this item belongs see La R 4/6.
Termpublications, novels, D.H. Lawrence 'Kangaroo'
literature, fictional characters, D.H. Lawrence 'Kangaroo'

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CodePersonNameDates of existence
NA75130Hirst; F.C. (fl 1930); of Zennor Cornwallfl 1930
NA3478Jackson; William (fl 1930-1932); D.H. Lawrence scholarfl 1930-1932
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