Updated June 2012
works by T. E. Lawrence
names of correspondents
Letters and works shown in brown have been published in the printed edition indicated, but are covered by European copyright. For the present they cannot be included here.
Letters and works shown in green were formerly on the site and will be restored.
The Observer (London):
No. 6,742, 8th August 1920, contains 'France, Britain and the Arabs: the beam in our own eye: the road to peace in Mesopotamia', by T. E. Lawrence (p. 10 col. 4). Reprinted in DG pp. 311-15.
No. 6,748, 19 September 1920, contains 'The Egyptian problem by Sir Valentine Chirol' [book review] by T. E. Lawrence (p. 6 col. 3).
The Odyssey of Homer, tr. by T. E. Lawrence, London, Emery Walker, Wilfred Merton and Bruce Rogers, 1932. There have been numerous reprints in Britain and America.
The O.H.S. Magazine, Magazine of The City of Oxford High School for Boys (Oxford) contains:
Vol. I, No. 5, March 1904, 'Playground Football' by 'Goalpost' [thought to be pseud. of T. E. Lawrence] (pp. 100-1).
Vol. II, No. 2, July 1904, 'Playground cricket' by T. E. Lawrence (pp. 29-30).
T. E. Lawrence chronology
1888 16 August: born at Tremadoc, Wales
1896-1907: City of Oxford High School for Boys
1907-9: Jesus College, Oxford, B.A., 1st Class Hons, 1909
1910-14: Magdalen College, Oxford (Senior Demy), while working at the British Museum's excavations at Carchemish
1915-16: Military Intelligence Dept, Cairo
1916-18: Liaison Officer with the Arab Revolt
1919: Attended the Paris Peace Conference
1919-22: wrote Seven Pillars of Wisdom
1921-2: Adviser on Arab Affairs to Winston Churchill at the Colonial Office
1922 August: Enlisted in the Ranks of the RAF
1923 January: discharged from the RAF
1923 March: enlisted in the Tank Corps
1923: translated a French novel, The Forest Giant
1924-6: prepared the subscribers' abridgement of Seven Pillars of Wisdom
1927-8: stationed at Karachi, then Miranshah
1927 March: Revolt in the Desert, an abridgement of Seven Pillars, published
1928: completed The Mint, began translating Homer's Odyssey
1929-33: stationed at Plymouth
1931: started working on RAF boats
1932: his translation of the Odyssey published
1933-5: attached to MAEE, Felixstowe
1935 February: retired from the RAF
1935 19 May: died from injuries received in a motor-cycle crash on 13 May
1935 21 May: buried at Moreton, Dorset