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Updated June 2012

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works by T. E. Lawrence
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At present I am giving priority to getting letter texts back online. New additions are linked from the chronological contents lists, but not from this alphabetical list. I will update these pages as soon as possible. Meanwhile, if a letter that interests you is not linked here, please check the relevant chronological list. JW

 

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Works


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 Occupation of Akaba' Arab Bulletin No. 59, DG pp. 231-6

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).

 


Letters


R. O'Connor

 



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