Critical and biographical information on Henry Reed, World War II British poet, critic, translator, and radio dramatist — author of "Naming of Parts"
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1. England, West Midlands. Census of England and Wales, 1911. Erdington, 12 New Street, Reed household.
Description: Census form from the Reed house in Erdington lists Polly, Gladys, and Henry Reed, Sr. (setter at brick-kiln) living in four rooms.

Manuscript: England, West Midlands 
Subjects: Biography
References: Birmingham

2. "Piling and Unpiling Arms." Manual of Elementary Drill (All Arms) 1935. London: His Majesty's Stationery Office, 1935. 55-56.
Description: British military drill manual with instructions for the piling of arms, and easing of springs.

Chapter: Manual of Elementary Drill 
Subjects: Biography
References: Naming of Parts

3. Reed, Henry. Letters to Rona Laurie, 1935-1936. University of Birmingham Information Services, Special Collections. L. Add. 5965-5970. Birmingham, England.
Description: Letters and poems from Reed to actress and voice coach Rona Laurie.

Manuscript: Letters to Rona Laurie 
Subjects: Biography
References: Rona Laurie

4. Reed, Henry. "Early Life and Works of Thomas Hardy, 1840-1878." MA thesis, University of Birmingham. Birmingham, England. 1936.

Manuscript: Early Life and Works of Thomas Hardy 
Subjects: Review
References: Thomas Hardy

5. Lohf, Kenneth A. Manuscripts (ca. 19) of poems, many related to World War II, 1937-1969. Pierpont Morgan Library Literary Manuscripts, New York, NY.
Description: Manuscripts relating to the publication of Lohf's Poets in a War (1995), which includes Reed.

Manuscript: Manuscripts (ca. 19) of Poems 
Subjects: Poem
References: Kenneth A. Lohf, Poets in a War

6. Birmingham Post, "The Merchant of Venice," 5 March 1937.
Description: Photograph of Henry Reed with members of the Birmingham University Dramatic Society's (BUDS) production of The Merchant of Venice. Shylock played by Ian Alexander.

Newspaper: The Merchant of Venice 
Subjects: Criticism

7. Reed, Henry, "'Tatty': The Year's New Word," Birmingham Post, 13 October 1937.
Description: Discusses the history and usage of the word 'tatty'.

Newspaper: 'Tatty': The Year's New Word 
Subjects: Review

8. Reed, Henry. "Poem." Listener 18, no. 468 (29 December 1937): 1416.
Description: Reed's first published poem, "The Captain," as it originally appeared in The Listener.

Journal: Poem 
Subjects: Poem
References: The Captain

9. Reed, Henry. "Sailor's Harbour." New Statesman and Nation 15, no. 366 (26 February 1938): 326.
Description: First publication of Reed's poem, "Sailor's Harbour."

Journal: Sailor's Harbour 
Subjects: Poem
References: Sailor's Harbour

10. Reed, Henry. "South." Listener 19, no. 438 (13 April 1938): 806.

Journal: South 
Subjects: Poem
References: South

11. Reed, Henry. "Max Gate: Memories of Hardy's Home." Birmingham Post, 15 June 1938.

Newspaper: Max Gate: Memories of Hardy's Home 
Subjects: Biography
References: Thomas Hardy

12. Reed, Henry. "The Builders." Listener 22, no. 549 (20 July 1939): 143.

Poem: The Builders 
Subjects: Poem
References: The Builders

13. Reed, Henry. "Poem." Listener 22, no. 556 (7 September 1939): 486.
Description: Originally published in The Listener, this poem appears in A Map of Verona as "Outside and In."

Journal: Poem 
Subjects: Poem
References: Outside and In

14. Orwell, George. "The Lessons of War." Reviews of Warfare, by Ludwig Renn, and Prelude to Victory, by E.L. Spears. Horizon 1, no. 2 (February 1940): 133-137.

Journal: The Lessons of War 
Subjects: Review

15. Reed, Henry. "Poem." Listener 23, no. 587 (11 April 1940): 750.
Description: Reed's poem, "Hiding Beneath the Furze," as it first appeared in The Listener.

Journal: Poem 
Subjects: Poem
References: Hiding Beneath the Furze

16. Auden, W.H. "Spring in Wartime." Horizon 1, no. 7 (July 1940): 529-530.

Journal: Spring in Wartime 
Subjects: Poem

17. Stonier, G.W. "Week-end Competition, No. 585." New Statesman and Nation 21, no. 530 (19 April 1941): 422.
Description: Sets the requirements for the parody contest that Reed won with "Chard Whitlow."

Journal: Week-end Competition, No. 585 
Subjects: Biography
References: Chard Whitlow

18. Reed, Henry. "Chard Whitlow (Mr Eliot's Sunday Evening Postscript)." New Statesman and Nation 21, no. 533 (10 May 1941): 494.
Description: Reed's famous parody of T.S. Eliot won a 1941 New Statesman and Nation contest.

Journal: Chard Whitlow 
Subjects: Poem, Parody
References: Chard Whitlow

19. Stonier, G.W. "Result of Competition No. 585." New Statesman and Nation 21, no. 533 (10 May 1941): 493-494.
Description: Stonier introduces the winning parodies, including "Chard Whitlow," by 'H.R.'

Journal: Result of Competition No. 585 
Subjects: Criticism

20. Reed, Henry. "A Map of Verona." Listener 27, no. 687 (12 March 1942): 343.

Journal: A Map of Verona 
Subjects: Poem
References: A Map of Verona

21. Reed, Henry. "Naming of Parts." New Statesman and Nation 24, no. 598 (8 August 1942): 92.
Description: Reed's best-known poem appeared in 1942 with the subtitle "A Poem from the Forces."

Journal: Naming of Parts 
Subjects: Poem
References: Naming of Parts

22. Reed, Henry. "Tintagel." Listener 28, no. 720 (29 October 1942): 564.
Description: This poem was later renamed "Tristram" for A Map of Verona.

Journal: Tintagel 
Subjects: Poem
References: Tintagel

23. Reed, Henry. "Chrysothemis." New Writing and Daylight (Winter 1942-1943): 53-56.
Description: The first appearance of Reed's long poem about the sister of Orestes and Electra includes a short biographical note.

Journal: Chrysothemis 
Subjects: Poem
References: Chrysothemis

24. Reed, Henry. "The End of an Impulse." New Writing and Daylight (Summer 1943): 111-123.
Description: Reed describes the new, lyric poetry of Auden, Spender, and Day-Lewis.

Journal: The End of an Impulse 
Subjects: Review
References: W.H. Auden, Stephen Spender, C. Day Lewis

25. Reed, Henry. "The Making of 'The Dynasts'." Penguin New Writing 18 (1943): 136-147.
Description: Reed's reflections on the creation of Hardy's epic poem, The Dynasts.

Journal: The Making of The Dynasts 
Subjects: Review
References: The Dynasts, Thomas Hardy

26. Reed, Henry. "The Wall." Penguin New Writing 17 (1943): 85-86.
Description: A short, biographical note on Reed is included in "About the New Contributors" for this first publication of his poem, "The Wall."

Journal: The Wall 
Subjects: Poem
References: The Wall

27. Rhys, Keidrich, ed. More Poems from the Forces: A Collection of Verses by Serving Members of the Navy, Army, and Air Force. London: G. Routledge & Sons, Ltd., 1943. 224-231.
Description: Reed's "Tintagel" poem was later renamed "Tristram" for A Map of Verona.

Anthology: More Poems from the Forces 
Subjects: Poem
References: Naming of Parts, A Map of Verona, Lives, Tintagel, Hiding Beneath the Furze

28. Reed, Henry. "Judging Distances." New Statesman and Nation 25, no. 628 (6 March 1943): 155.
Description: The first appearance in print of the second of Reed's "Lessons of the War."

Journal: Judging Distances 
Subjects: Poem
References: Judging Distances

29. Orwell, George. "Young Writers." Review of New Writing and Daylight (Summer 1943), edited by John Lehmann. Spectator (30 July 1943): 110.
Description: Orwell says of "The End of an Impulse," Reed's criticism of the Auden-Spender school of poetry, 'Henry Reed's essay contains some valuable remarks on the dangers of group literature.'

Newspaper: Young Writers 
Subjects: Criticism
References: The End of an Impulse

30. Reed, Henry. "Iseult Blaunchesmains." Listener 30, no. 781 (30 December 1943): 756.
Description: Reed's poem "Iseult Blaunchesmains," part of his "Tingagel" series, is published here for the first time.

Journal: Iseult Blaunchesmains 
Subjects: Poem
References: Iseult Blaunchesmains

31. Lehmann, John. "The Armoured Writer—V." New Writing and Daylight (Autumn 1944): 171, 175.
Description: In part five of his series on writing during wartime, Lehmann calls Reed one of the 'new names of promise.'

Journal: New Writing and Daylight, Aut. 1944 
Subjects: Criticism

32. Reed, Henry. Letters to Michael Ramsbotham, 1944-1985. Henry Reed Papers. University of Birmingham Information Services, Special Collections. 9/1&3. Birmingham, England.
Description: More than 70 items of personal correspondence from Reed are housed in Birmingham University's Special Collections department.

Manuscript: Letters to Michael Ramsbotham 
Subjects: Biography
References: Michael Ramsbotham

33. Reed, Henry. "Philoctetes." New Writing and Daylight (Autumn 1944): 136-139.

Journal: Philoctetes 
Subjects: Poem
References: Philoctetes

34. Reed, Henry. "The Poetry of Edith Sitwell." Penguin New Writing 21 (1944): 109-122.
Description: Reed discusses the poetic development of Edith Sitwell.

Journal: The Poetry of Edith Sitwell 
Subjects: Review
References: Edith Sitwell

35. Walton, Geoffrey. "The Age of Yeats or the Age of Eliot?" Notes on Recent Verse. Scrutiny 12, no. 4 (Autumn 1944): 310-321 [310].
Description: Reed's poem "Iseult Blaunchesmains" is quoted from The Listener as being in 'Mr. Eliot's later manner.'

Journal: The Age of Yeats or the Age of Eliot? 
Subjects: Criticism, Poem
References: Iseult Blaunchesmains

36. Williams, Oscar, ed. New Poems 1944: An Anthology of American and British Verse, with a Selection of Poems From the Armed Forces. New York: Howell, Soskin, 1944. 256.
Description: This appearance of "Naming of Parts" predates publication of A Map of Verona.

Anthology: New Poems 1944 
Subjects: Poem
References: Naming of Parts

37. Chaplin, Sid. Letter to John Lehmann, 8 February 1944. Lehmann Papers. Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center. University of Texas at Austin, Austin Texas.
Description: The novelist Sid Chaplin writes of Reed's "The End of an Impulse": 'the most sensible piece about modern poetry I have seen in a long time.'

Manuscript: Letter to John Lehmann 
Subjects: Criticism
References: The End of an Impulse, John Lehmann

38. Sitwell, Edith. Letter to John Lehmann, 22 May 1944. In Edith Sitwell: Selected Letters, 1919-1964, edited by John Lehmann and Derek Parker. New York: Vanguard Press, 1970. 121.
Description: Sitwell expresses concern to Lehmann about an article concerning her new poetry, written by Reed for Penguin New Writing.

Chapter: Letter to John Lehmann 
Subjects: Biography
References: Edith Sitwell, John Lehmann

39. Fuller, Roy. Letter to Julian Symons, 16 June 1944. Roy Fuller Correspondence with Julian Symons and Jack Clark, 1937-1992. Cushing Memorial Library, Texas A&M University Manuscripts. Series 1. Box 1, folder 1480. College Station, Texas.
Description: Fuller's letter to Symons is regarding, or is a response to, a mention of Reed.

Manuscript: Letter to Julian Symons 
Subjects: Biography
References: Roy Fuller, Julian Symons

40. Reed, Henry. "Morning." Listener 32, no. 811 (27 July 1944): 96.
Description: First publication of Reed's poem, "Morning."

Journal: Morning 
Subjects: Poem
References: Morning

41. Reed, Henry. "New Novels." Reviews of The Friendly Young Ladies, The Power House, Wild River, and So Immortal a Flower. New Statesman and Nation 28, no. 712 (14 October 1944): 256-257.
Description: Of Mary Renault's The Friendly Young Ladies (Longmans, Green, 1944), Reed wonders 'precisely how friendly the young ladies have been to each other.'

Journal: New Novels 
Subjects: Review
References: Mary Renault, The Friendly Young Ladies, The Middle Mist, Alex Comfort, The Power House, Anna Louise Strong, Wild River, Cecil Roberts, So Immortal a Flower

42. Reed, Henry. "Daly's." Review of Daly's: The Biography of a Theatre, by D. Forbes-Winslow. New Statesman and Nation 28, no. 714 (28 October 1944): 290-291.
Description: Review of D. Forbes-Winslow's history of Daly's Theatre, London (London: W.H. Allen, 1944).

Journal: Daly's 
Subjects: Review
References: D. Forbes Winslow, Daly's

43. Reed, Henry. "The Door and the Window." Listener 32, no. 825 (2 November 1944): 488.
Description: Reed's poem "The Door and the Window" appears here for the first time.

Journal: The Door and the Window 
Subjects: Poem

44. Reed, Henry. "New Novels." Reviews of A Walk in the Sun, Fair Stood the Wind for France, and Men Die Alone. New Statesman and Nation 28, no. 719 (2 December 1944): 374.
Description: Reed reviews current fiction.

Journal: New Novels 
Subjects: Review
References: Harry Brown, A Walk in the Sun, H.E. Bates, Fair Stood the Wind for France, Michael Leigh, Men Die Alone

45. Times (London), "Broadcasting," 7 December 1944, 6.
Description: The program "New Poems" featured Reed's four-part series of poems, Tintagel.

Newspaper: Broadcasting 
Subjects: Radio, Poem
References: Tintagel, Iseult Blanchesmaines, King Mark, Iseult La Belle, Tristram

46. Reed, Henry. "Il Migglior Fabbro." Review of Four Quartets, by T.S. Eliot. Time and Tide (9 December 1944): 1088.
Description: Reed was identified as the author of this unsigned review in the January 13, 1945 Notes and Queries.

Journal: Il Miglior Fabbro 
Subjects: Review
References: T.S. Eliot, Four Quartets

47. Forster, E.M. Letter to Henry Reed, 12(?) December 1944. The Papers of Edward Morgan Forster. GBR/0272/EMF/18/456. King's College Archive Centre, Cambridge, England.
Description: Photocopy of Forster's letter to Reed, concerning the broadcast of "The Return" on the BBC on Christmas Eve, 1944 (letter probably 25/12/1944).

Manuscript: Letter to Henry Reed 
Subjects: Criticism
References: E.M. Forster, The Return

48. Reed, Henry. "The Return." Listener 32, no. 833 (28 December 1944): 710.
Description: Upon hearing this poem read on the BBC Christmas Eve, 1944, E.M. Forster immediately wrote a letter to Reed.

Journal: The Return 
Subjects: Poem
References: The Return, C. Day Lewis, Laurie Lee

49. Elizabeth Bowen Collection. Typescript of BBC talk by Henry Reed, 1945. 3pp. TXRC98-A19. Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center. University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas.
Manuscript: Typescript of BBC talk 
Subjects: Radio

50. Flint, F. Cudworth. "The War Poets." Review of The War Poets: An Anthology of the War Poetry of the Twentieth Century, edited by Oscar Williams. Virginia Quarterly Review 21, no. 4 (Autumn 1945): 633-640 [637-638].
Description: Cudworth calls "Naming of Parts," by Private Henry Reed, 'a poem of the charmingly clever sort....'

Journal: The War Poets 
Subjects: Criticism
References: Dunstan Thompson, Frederick Ebright, Alfred Hayes

51. Reed, Henry. "Chrysothemis." Penguin New Writing 26 (1945): 98-100.

Journal: Chrysothemis 
Subjects: Poem
References: Chrysothemis

52. Reed, Henry. Correspondence with Jonathan Cape, Ltd., 1945-1950. University of Reading, Archives and Manuscripts. MS2446. Reading, England. 3 letters.
Description: Three letters from Reed to the publisher of A Map of Verona and Moby Dick: A Play for Radio.

Manuscript: Correspondence with Jonathan Cape 
Subjects: Biography, Poem, Play

53. Reed, Henry. "Iseult La Belle." Penguin New Writing 23 (1945): 104-105.

Journal: Iseult La Belle 
Subjects: Poem

54. Reed, Henry. "King Mark." Orion 1 (1945): 103-104.
Description: Part III of Reed's Tintagel sequence, this poem was inspired by Gottfried von Strassburg's epic, Tristan.

Journal: King Mark 
Subjects: Poem
References: King Mark

55. Williams, Oscar, ed. The War Poets: An Anthology of War Poetry of the 20th Century. New York: John Day, 1945. 213, 470.
Description: Collects "Naming of Parts" by Private Henry Reed, with a brief biographical note.

Anthology: The War Poets 
Subjects: Poem
References: Naming of Parts

56. "Memorabilia." Notes and Queries 188, no. 1 (13 January 1945): 1.
Description: Compares Reed's review of Four Quartets from Time and Tide with that from the Meanjin Papers.

Journal: Memorabilia 
Subjects: Criticism, Review
References: T.S. Eliot, Four Quartets, E.J. Stormon

57. Reed, Henry. "New Novels." Review of The Shrimp and the Anemone, The Stranger, A Bomb and a Girl, and The Twelfth. New Statesman and Nation 29, no. 725 (13 January 1945): 27-28.
Description: Review of current fiction includes L.P. Hartley's The Shrimp and the Anemone (London: Putnam, 1944).

Journal: Review of The Shrimp and the Anemone 
Subjects: Review
References: L.P. Hartley, The Shrimp and the Anemone, Maria Kuncewiczowa, The Stranger, Hugh Shearman, A Bomb and a Girl, J.K. Stanford, The Twelfth

58. Reed, Henry. "Poetry in War Time: I—The Older Poets." Listener 33, no. 836 (18 January 1945): 69, 72.
Description: Reed discusses three modern poets and their influences in tradition.

Journal: Poetry in War Time: I—The Older Poets 
Subjects: Review
References: Edwin Muir, Louis MacNeice, C. Day Lewis

59. Grigson, Geoffrey. Letter to the editor. Listener 33, no. 837 (25 January 1945): 104.
Description: Grigson writes in to lament the absence of W.H. Auden from Reed's article, "Poetry in War Time: The Older Poets."

Journal: Letter to the editor 
Subjects: Criticism
References: Poetry in War Time, W.H. Auden

60. Reed, Henry. "Poetry in War Time: II—The Younger Poets." Listener 33, no. 837 (25 January 1945): 100-101.
Description: Reed touches on many poets currently writing, but focuses on three contemporary poets.

Journal: Poetry in War Time: II—The Younger Poets 
Subjects: Review
References: David Gascoyne, Vernon Watkins, Alun Lewis

61. Allan, G.A. Letter to the editor. Listener 33, no. 838 (1 February 1945): 129.
Description: Part of a lengthy exchange of letters over Reed's pair of "Poetry in War Time" articles, published in the Listener in January, 1945.

Journal: Letter to the editor 
Subjects: Criticism
References: Poetry in War Time, Geoffrey Grigson

62. Reed, Henry. "Without Tears." Review of Poetry for You, by C. Day Lewis. New Statesman and Nation 29, no. 278 (3 February 1945): 81-82.
Description: Review of C. Day Lewis's book, Poetry for You: A Book for Boys and Girls on the Enjoyment of Poetry (Oxford, B. Blackwell 1944).

Journal: Without Tears 
Subjects: Review
References: C. Day Lewis, Poetry for You

63. Reed, Henry. Letter to the editor. Listener 33, no. 840 (15 February 1945): 185.
Description: Part of a lengthy exchange of letters over Reed's pair of "Poetry in War Time" articles, published in the Listener in January, 1945.

Journal: Letter to the editor 
Subjects: Review
References: Poetry in War Time, George Richards, Geoffrey Grigson

64. Reed, Henry. "New Novels." Reviews of Then a Soldier by Geoffrey Cotterell, The North Wind of Love by Compton Mackenzie, and Avalanche by Kay Boyle. New Statesman and Nation 29, no. 730 (17 February 1945): 112.
Description: Reed reviews the novels Then a Soldier, The North Wind of Love, and Avalanche.

Journal: New Novels 
Subjects: Review
References: Geoffrey Cotterell, Then a Soldier, Compton Mackenzie, The North Wind of Love, Kay Boyle, Avalanche

65. Hunter, N.C. Letter to the editor. Listener 33, no 841 (22 February 1945): 213.
Description: Part of a lengthy exchange of letters over Reed's pair of "Poetry in War Time" articles, published in the Listener in January, 1945.

Journal: Letter to the editor 
Subjects: Criticism
References: Poetry in War Time, George Richards

66. Kabraji, Fredoon. Letter to the editor. Listener 33, no. 842 (1 March 1945): 243.
Description: Part of a lengthy exchange of letters over Reed's pair of "Poetry in War Time" articles, published in the Listener in January, 1945.

Journal: Letter to the editor 
Subjects: Criticism
References: Poetry in War Time, N.C. Hunter

67. Richards, George. Letter to the editor. Listener 33, no. 842 (1 March 1945): 243.
Description: Part of a lengthy exchange of letters over Reed's pair of "Poetry in War Time" articles, published in the Listener in January, 1945.

Journal: Letter to the editor 
Subjects: Criticism
References: Poetry in War Time

68. Reed, Henry. Letter to the editor. Listener 33, no. 843 (8 March 1945): 271.
Description: Part of a lengthy exchange of letters over Reed's pair of "Poetry in War Time" articles, published in the Listener in January, 1945.

Journal: Letter to the editor 
Subjects: Criticism
References: Poetry in War Time, N.C. Hunter, George Richards

69. Reed, Henry. "Two Novels." Reviews of All Hallow's Eve by Charles Williams, and The Only Door Out by Mary Wilkes. New Statesman and Nation 29, no. 733 (10 March 1945): 160.
Description: Reed's reviews of Charles Williams' All Hallow's Eve, and Mary Wilkes' The Only Door Out (Faber and Faber, 1945).

Journal: Two Novels 
Subjects: Review
References: Charles Williams, All Hallow's Eve, Mary Wilkes, The Only Door Out

70. Bliss, William. Letter to the editor. Listener 33, no. 844 (15 March 1945): 299.
Description: Part of a lengthy exchange of letters over Reed's pair of "Poetry in War Time" articles, published in the Listener in January, 1945.

Journal: Letter to the editor 
Subjects: Criticism
References: Poetry in War Time

71. Richards, George. Letter to the editor. Listener 33, no. 844 (15 March 1945): 299.
Description: Part of a lengthy exchange of letters over Reed's pair of "Poetry in War Time" articles, published in the Listener in January, 1945.

Journal: Letter to the editor 
Subjects: Criticism
References: Poetry in War Time

72. Reed, Henry. Letter to the editor. Listener 33, no. 845 (22 March 1945): 324.
Description: Part of a lengthy exchange of letters over Reed's pair of "Poetry in War Time" articles, published in the Listener in January, 1945.

Journal: Letter to the editor 
Subjects: Criticism
References: George Richards, William Bliss, Poetry in War Time

73. Bliss, William. Letter to the editor. Listener 33, no. 846 (29 March 1945): 353.
Description: Part of a lengthy exchange of letters over Reed's pair of "Poetry in War Time" articles, published in the Listener in January, 1945.

Journal: Letter to the editor 
Subjects: Criticism
References: Poetry in War Time

74. Reed, Henry. "Poplit." Review of Soviet Stories of the Last Decade, translated by Elisaveta Fen. New Statesman and Nation 29, no. 737 (7 April 1945): 230.
Description: Reed's reviews Soviet Stories of the Last Decade (London: Methuen, 1945), selected and translated by Elisaveta Fen.

Journal: Poplit 
Subjects: Review
References: Elisaveta Fen, Soviet Stories of the Last Decade

75. Reed, Henry. "Unarmed Combat." New Statesman and Nation 29, no. 740 (28 April 1945): 271.
Description: The fourth part of Reed's Lessons of the War series was published in 1945 with the subtitle "A Poem from the Forces" and epigraph "... Et militavi none sine gloria."

Journal: Unarmed Combat 
Subjects: Poem
References: Unarmed Combat

76. Reed, Henry. "New Novels." Reviews of Loving by Henry Green, The Light in the Dusk by Willy Goldman, and The Royal Game by Stefan Zweig. New Statesman and Nation 29, no. 741 (5 May 1945): 292.
Description: Reed reviews new fiction by Henry Green, Willy Goldman, and Stefan Zweig.

Journal: New Novels 
Subjects: Review
References: Henry Green, Loving, Willy Goldman, The Light in the Dusk, Stefan Zweig, The Royal Game

77. Reed, Henry. "New Novels." Reviews of Odd Man Out, Seven Times the Leading Man, A Fugue in Time, and An Ape, a Dog, and a Serpent. New Statesman and Nation 29, no 747 (16 June 1945): 392-393.
Description: Reed reviews new fiction by F.L. Green, Egon Hostovsky, Rumer Godden, and Gerald Kersh.

Journal: New Novels 
Subjects: Review
References: F.L. Green, Odd Man Out, Egon Hostovsky, Seven Times the Leading Man, Rumer Godden, A Fugue in Time, Gerald Kersh, An Ape, A Dog, and a Serpent

78. Reed, Henry. "New Novels." Reviews of Brideshead Revisited by Evelyn Waugh, Household in Athens by Glenway Wescott, and I Will Be Good by Hester W. Chapman. New Statesman and Nation 29, no. 748 (23 June 1945): 408-409.
Description: Includes Reed's review of Evelyn Waugh's Brideshead Revisited (London: Chapman and Hall, 1945), among others.

Journal: New Novels 
Subjects: Review
References: Evelyn Waugh, Brideshead Revisited, Glenway Wescott, Household in Athens, Hester W. Chapman, I Will Be Good

79. "Memorabilia." Notes and Queries 188, no. 13 (30 June 1945): 265.
Description: An examination of Reed's review of Williams' All Hallows' Eve in the New Statesman.

Journal: Memorabilia 
Subjects: Criticism, Review
References: Charles Williams, All Hallows' Eve

80. Reed, Henry. "Short Stories." Reviews of Travellers by L.A.G. Strong, The Wide Net by Eudora Welty, and The Water Music by Glyn Jones. New Statesman and Nation 30, no. 752 (21 July 1945): 44-45.
Description: Reed reviews new collections of short fiction.

Journal: Short Stories 
Subjects: Review
References: L.A.G. Strong, Travellers, Eudora Welty, The Wide Net, Glyn Jones, The Water Music

81. Reed, Henry. "Epilogue." Time and Tide 26, no. 30 (28 July 1945): 622.
Description: This poem appears in A Map of Verona as "Envoy."

Journal: Epilogue 
Subjects: Poem

82. Reed, Henry. "Mr. Eliot's Classic." New Statesman and Nation 30, no. 756 (18 August 1945): 113.
Description: Reed's review of T.S. Eliot's What is a Classic? An Address Delivered Before the Virgil Society on the 16th of October, 1944. (London: Faber & Faber, 1945.)

Journal: Mr. Eliot's Classic 
Subjects: Review
References: What is a Classic?, T.S. Eliot

83. Reed, Henry. "The Place and the Person." New Writing and Daylight (September 1945). 161-165.

Journal: The Place and the Person 
Subjects: Poem
References: The Place and the Person

84. Times (London), "Broadcasting," 17 September 1945, 8.
Description: "Book Talk," by Henry Reed.

Newspaper: Broadcasting 
Subjects: Radio, Review

85. Reed, Henry. "New Novels." Reviews of In This Thy Day, The Elderbrook Brothers, Goon in the Block, and Valley of the Sky. New Statesman and Nation 30, no. 761 (22 September 1945): 200-201.
Description: Reed reviews new fiction by Michael McLaverty, Gerald Bullett, Eric Williams, and Hobert Douglas Skidmore.

Journal: New Novels 
Subjects: Review
References: Michael McLaverty, In This Thy Day, Gerald Bullett, The Elderbrook Brothers, Eric Williams, Goon in the Block, Hobert Douglas Skidmore, Valley of the Sky

86. Reed, Henry. "New Novels." Reviews of Final Score, Mine Own Executioner, The English Teacher, and At Mrs. Lippincote's. New Statesman and Nation 30, no. 764 (13 October 1945): 249-250.
Description: Reviews of new fiction includes Balchin's Mine Own Executioner (London: Collins, 1945), and R.K. Narayan's The English Teacher (London: Eyre and Spottiswoode, 1945).

Journal: New Novels 
Subjects: Review
References: Warren Beck, Final Score, Nigel Balchin, Mine Own Executioner, R.K. Narayan, The English Teacher, Elizabeth Taylor, At Mrs. Lippincote's

87. Times (London), "Broadcasting," 29 October 1945, 8.
Description: Scheduled "Book Talk" on Narayan's The English Teacher, by Henry Reed.

Newspaper: Broadcasting 
Subjects: Radio, Review
References: R.K. Narayan, The English Teacher

88. Times (London), Advertisement for Mine Own Executioner, by Nigel Balchin, 30 October 1945, 6.
Description: Reed is quoted as calling Balchin 'a brilliant novelist.'

Newspaper: Advertisement for Mine Own Executioner 
Subjects: Review
References: Nigel Balchin, Mine Own Executioner

89. Brown, Antony. "In Daylight." Review of New Writing and Daylight, no. 6 (1945), edited by John Lehmann. New Statesman and Nation 30, no. 767 (3 November 1945). 304-305 [305].
Description: Brown calls Reed's poem, "The Place and the Person," one of 'great conviction and power'.

Journal: In Daylight 
Subjects: Criticism
References: The Place and the Person

90. Reed, Henry. "New Fiction." Reviews of The Demon Lover by Elizabeth Bowen, To the Boating by Inez Holden, and First Impressions by Isobel Strachey. New Statesman and Nation 30, no. 767 (3 November 1945): 302.
Description: Reed's reviews of Bowen's short story collection, The Demon Lover, and Other Stories (London: Jonathan Cape, 1945), others.

Journal: New Fiction 
Subjects: Review
References: Elizabeth Bowen, The Demon Lover, Inez Holden, To the Boating, Isabel Strachey, First Impressions

91. Times (London), "Literary Bursaries," 12 November 1945, 6.
Description: Reed is one of the recipients of the Hodder and Stoughton Bursary for new writers.

Newspaper: Literary Bursaries 
Subjects: Biography
References: William Robson

92. Reed, Henry. "Lorca Again." Review of García Lorca, by Edwin Honig. New English Review 11, no. 8 (December 1945): 759-760.
Description: A decidedly negative review: 'His study of Lorca is very badly written....'

Journal: Lorca, Again 
Subjects: Review
References: García Lorca, Edwin Honig

93. Reed, Henry. "Born for Death." Review of Curious Relations, by William d'Arfey. Listener 34, no. 882 (6 December 1945): 672.
Description: Reed reviews d'Arfey's 'family history by a non-professional writer.'

Journal: Born for Death 
Subjects: Review
References: William d'Arfey, Curious Relations, William Plomer

94. Reed, Henry. "New Novels." Reviews of The House in Clewe Street by Mary Lavin, Dead Ground by Howard Clewes, and The White Rock by Denys Val Baker. New Statesman and Nation 30, no. 773 (15 December 1945): 412-413.
Description: Reed reviews new fiction by Mary Lavin, Howard Clewes, and Denys Val Baker.

Journal: New Novels 
Subjects: Review
References: Mary Lavin, The House in Clewe Street, Howard Clewes, Dead Ground, The White Rock, Denys Val Baker

95. Bebbington, W.G. "Of the Moderns Without Contempt." Poetry Review 37, no. 1 (1946): 17-28 [17].
Description: Reaction to modern poetry calls Reed the "protagonist" in the correspondence following his "Poetry in War Time" articles for The Listener.

Journal: Of the Moderns Without Contempt 
Subjects: Criticism
References: Poetry in War Time

96. Lehmann, John, comp. Poems from New Writing, 1936-1946. London: John Lehmann, 1946. 85-88, 96-97.
Description: Collects Reed's poems "Chrysothemis," and "The Wall."

Anthology: Poems from New Writing, 1936-1946 
Subjects: Poem
References: Chrysothemis, The Wall

97. Melville, John. "Portrait of Henry Reed." Photograuvre illustration. The Penguin New Writing 27. London: Penguin Books, 1946.
Description: Photograuvre reproduction of John Melville's painting "Portrait of Henry Reed."

Journal: Portrait of Henry Reed 
Subjects: Biography

98. Reed, Henry. A Map of Verona: Poems. London: Jonathan Cape, 1946.
Description: Reed's first collection of poetry.

Book: A Map of Verona: Poems 
Subjects: Poem

99. Reed, Henry. The Novel Since 1939. British Council pamphlet. London: Longmans, Green, 1946.
Description: '[R]eactions of a sensitive and intelligent young critic to the work of British novelists during the war years,' from Virginia Woolf to Aldous Huxley.

Book: The Novel Since 1939 
Subjects: Review

100. Spender, Stephen. Poetry Since 1939. London: Longmans, Green, 1946. 54-55.
Description: Written before Reed's first collection was published, Spender believes Reed will soon 'take his place with F.T. Prince, Vernon Watkins, and Terence Tiller as one of the really significant younger poets.'

Book: Poetry Since 1939 
Subjects: Criticism, Poem
References: The Door and the Window, A Map of Verona, Naming of Parts

101. Val Baker, Denys, ed. Little Reviews Anthology, 1946. London: Eyre and Spottiswoode, 1946. 91-93.
Description: Reprints Reed's poem "Iseult La Belle" from a 1945 Penguin New Writing.

Anthology: Little Reviews Anthology, 1946 
Subjects: Poem
References: Iseult La Belle

102. Reed, Henry. "Short Stories." Reviews of It May Never Happen, Better Than a Kick in the Pants, and Stories of the Forties. New Statesman and Nation 31, no. 776 (5 January 1946): 12.
Description: Review of V.S. Pritchett's It May Never Happen (London: Chatto and Windus, 1945), J. Maclaren-Ross' Better Than a Kick in the Pants (London: Lawson and Dunn, 1945), and Stories of the Forties, edited by Reginald Moore and Woodrow Wyatt (London: Nicholson and Watson, 1945).

Journal: Short Stories 
Subjects: Review
References: V.S. Pritchett, J. Maclaren-Ross, Reginald Moore, Woodrow Wyatt

103. Reed, Henry. "Pity and Terror." Review of The Song of the Cold, by Edith Sitwell. New Statesman and Nation 31, no. 779 (26 January 1946): 69.
Description: Review of Edith Sitwell's poetry collection, The Song of the Cold (London: Macmillan, 1945).

Journal: Pity and Terror 
Subjects: Review
References: Edith Sitwell

104. Reed, Henry. "New Novels." Reviews of The Pursuit of Love, Of Many Men, and The Crater's Edge. New Statesman and Nation 31, no. 780 (2 February 1946): 89-90.
Description: Reviews of Nancy Mitford's The Pursuit of Love (Hamish Hamilton, 1945), James Aldridge's Of Many Men (Michael Joseph, 1946), and Stephen Bagnall's The Crater's Edge (Hamish Hamilton, 1945).

Journal: New Novels 
Subjects: Review
References: Nancy Mitford, James Aldridge, Stephen Bagnall

105. Reed, Henry. "New Novels." Reviews of Spanish Portrait, The Trip to London, What Farrar Saw, and Bitten by the Tarantula. New Statesman and Nation 31, no. 784 (2 March 1946): 160.
Description: Reviews of Elizabeth Lake's Spanish Portrait (Pilot, 1945), Rhys Davies' The Trip to London (Heinemann, 1946), James Hanley's What Farrar Saw (Nicholson and Watson, 1946), and J. Maclaren-Ross' Bitten by the Tarantula (Wingate, 1945).

Journal: New Novels 
Subjects: Review
References: Elizabeth Lake, Rhys Davies, James Hanley, J. Maclaren-Ross

106. Times (London), "Broadcasting," 4 March 1946, 8.
Description: Savage cites this day as the premiere of Reed's first original work for radio, "Noises."

Newspaper: Broadcasting 
Subjects: Play
References: Noises On

107. Reed, Henry. "New Poetic Drama." Reviews of This Way to the Tomb by Ronald Duncan, and The Old Man of the Mountains by Norman Nicholson. Listener 35, no. 900 (11 April 1946): 486.
Description: Reed reviews verse drama: This Way to the Tomb, by Ronald Duncan (London: Faber and Faber, 1946), and The Old Man of the Mountains, by Norman Nicholson (London: Faber and Faber, 1946).

Journal: New Poetic Drama 
Subjects: Review
References: Ronald Duncan, This Way to the Tomb, Norman Nicholson, The Old Man of the Mountains

108. Reed, Henry. "Protestant Boy." Review of The Midnight Court, by Bryan Merriman. New Statesman and Nation 31, no. 790 (13 April 1946): 268.
Description: Review of Bryan Merriman's The Midnight Court, translated by Frank O'Connor (London: M. Fridberg, 1945).

Journal: Protestant Boy 
Subjects: Review
References: Bryan Merriman

109. Comfort, Alex. "Two Poets: Dylan Thomas and Henry Reed." ADAM International Review 14, no. 158 (May 1946): 19.
Description: A short review of Reed's first book of poems from Alex Comfort, the author of The Joy of Sex.

Journal: ADAM International Review 
Subjects: Criticism
References: Naming of Parts, Judging Distances, Unarmed Combat, Chrysothemis, Philoctetes, Tristram, Dylan Thomas, Deaths and Entrances, Miron Grindea

110. Reed, Henry. "New Novels." Reviews of Titus Groan, Three, The Gipsy's Baby, and The Real Life of Sebastian Knight. New Statesman and Nation 31, no. 793 (4 May 1946): 323.
Description: Reviews of Mervyn Peake's Titus Groan (Eyre and Spottiswoode, 1946), William Sansom's Three (Hogarth, 1946), Rosamond Lehmann's The Gipsy's Baby (Collins, 1946), and The Real Life of Sebastian Knight (Poetry London, 1945), by Vladimir Nabokov.

Journal: New Novels 
Subjects: Review
References: Mervyn Peake, William Sansom, Rosamond Lehmann, Vladimir Nabokov

111. Stonier, G.W. "A Rare Poet." New Statesman and Nation 31, no. 793 (4 May 1946): 321.
Description: G.W. Stonier's review was quoted for the A Map of Verona dust jacket: 'Mr. Henry Reed is a rare poet in more senses than one.'

Journal: The New Statesman and Nation, May 1946 
Subjects: Criticism
References: Chard Whitlow, Naming of Parts, Judging Distances, Unarmed Combat, A Map of Verona, Sailor's Harbour, King Mark, Philoctetes, Tristram, The Place and the Person

112. Times (London) Literary Supplement, "Man's Conflicts," 11 May 1946, 225.
Description: Uncredited early review of A Map of Verona, calls Reed a '[master] of many moods.'

Newspaper: The Times Literary Supplement, May 1946 
Subjects: Criticism
References: Tristram, Chrysothemis, Philoctetes

113. Times (London). "English Poetry of Many Ages." 15 May 1946, 6.
Description: Report on a poetry recital at Wigmore Hall given by the Society of Authors for the Queen and Princesses Elizabeth and Margaret, which Reed helped to organize.

Newspaper: English Poetry of Many Ages 
Subjects: Biography

114. Review of A Map of Verona, by Henry Reed. The Listener's Book Chronicle. Listener 35, no. 906 (23 May 1946): 689-690 (690).
Description: The Listener's reviewer calls Reed's A Map of Verona 'one of those rare books... which give new heart to dispirited poets.'

Journal: The Listener, May 1946 
Subjects: Criticism
References: Chard Whitlow, Lives, Naming of Parts, Judging Distances, Unarmed Combat, The Place and the Person, Tristram

115. Allen Walter. "Poetry." Time and Tide 27, no. 21 (25 May 1946): 498-499.
Description: Walter Allen's early review of A Map of Verona was quoted for the dust jacket blurb: 'No better first book of poetry has appeared for many years....'

Journal: Time & Tide 
Subjects: Criticism
References: Philoctetes, Naming of Parts, Antigone, Tristram, Iseult Blaunchesmains, King Mark, Iseult La Belle, Chrysothemis

116. Iremonger, Valentin. "Check List." The Bell 12, no. 3 (June 1946): 263-265 [264-265].
Description: Of A Map of Verona, Iremonger says 'Henry Reed's is one of the most impressive first volumes I have seen for some time.'

Journal: Check List 
Subjects: Criticism, Poem
References: The Wall, Chrysothemis, Philoctetes

117. "Poets and Pretenders." The Poetry Review 37, no. 3 (June-July 1946): 213-220 [215].
Description: The anonymous critic finds 'little to praise or blame' in A Map of Verona.

Journal: Poets and Pretenders 
Subjects: Criticism
References: Envoy

118. Church, Richard. "Poets Worth Praising." John O'London's Weekly 55, no. 1287 (14 June 1946): 115.
Description: Church describes Reed 'as a man of wry, almost sly humour, endowed with a shrewd critical mind that gives his first work a matter-of-factness wholly acceptable to the fastidious reader's palate.'

Journal: John O'London's Weekly 
Subjects: Criticism, Poem
References: A Map of Verona

119. Hodge, Alan. "Thunder on the Right." Tribune (London), 14 June 1946, 15.
Description: Hodge finds 'dry charm as well as quiet wit' in "Judging Distances," but overall feels Reed is 'diffuse and not sufficiently accomplished.'

Newspaper: Tribune (London) 
Subjects: Criticism, Poem
References: Judging Distances, Tristram, Iseult La Belle, Philoctetes, Iseult Blaunchesmains

120. Reed, Henry. "An Eliot Study." Review of "Four Quartets" Rehearsed: A Commentary on T.S. Eliot's Cycle of Poems, by Raymond Preston. New Statesman and Nation 31, no. 799 (15 June 1946): 434-435.
Description: Review of "Four Quartets" Rehearsed: A Commentary on T.S. Eliot's Cycle of Poems by Raymond Preston (Sheed and Ward, 1946).

Journal: An Eliot Study 
Subjects: Review
References: Raymond Preston, T.S. Eliot, Little Gidding, Four Quartets

121. Literature. British Book News, July 1946. 275-276.
Description: A blurb announcing the publication of Reed's A Map of Verona, 'The first book of a distinguished poet and critic.'

Film: Literature 
Subjects: Criticism
References: A Map of Verona

122. Mellers, W.H. "Some Recent Poetry." New English Review 13, no. 1 (July 1946): 104, 106.
Description: Wilfrid Mellers compares Geoffrey Grigson and Reed, and finds Grigson to be merely a 'verse-maker', while Reed is a 'poet', in this review from 1946.

Journal: The New English Review 
Subjects: Criticism
References: Chard Whitlow, The Door and the Window, The Return, The Wall, Hiding Beneath the Furze, Unarmed Combat, The Place and the Person, Geoffrey Grigson

123. Swingler, Randall. "Books of Poems." Review of A Map of Verona, by Henry Reed. Our Time 5, no. 12 (July 1946): 272-273.
Description: Swingler describes Reed as being in regions 'where our maps are useless and the compass variation is enormous.'

Journal: Books of Poems 
Subjects: Criticism
References: The Builders

124. Heppenstall, Rayner. Letter to George Orwell (Eric Blair), 8 July 1946. BBC Written Archives Centre, London, England.
Description: Heppenstall gets news of Orwell's Animal Farm being chosen for the Book of the Month club in the United States from Reed.

Manuscript: Letter to George Orwell 
Subjects: Biography
References: George Orwell, Eric Blair, Animal Farm, Rayner Heppenstall

125. "The Reviewer Answers a Critic." The Poetry Review 37, no. 4 (August-September 1946): 300-301.
Description: The reviewer defends statements made about Reed's A Map of Verona made in the June-July issue.

Journal: The Reviewer Answers a Critic 
Subjects: Criticism

126. Shannon, Sheila. "New Poetry." Reviews of Isles of Scilly, Talking Bronco, The Voyage and Other Poems, and A Map of Verona. Spectator 177, no. 6165 (23 August 1946): 196-197 [197].
Description: A brief review of Reed's first volume of poetry, "written by someone with an ear and a self-indulgent appreciation of words and their musical and evocative power."

Journal: New Poetry 
Subjects: Criticism
References: Geoffrey Grigson, Isles of Scilly, Roy Campbell, Talking Bronco, Edwin Muir, The Voyage and Other Poems

127. Reed, Henry. "Books in General." Review of The Scarlett Tree, by Osbert Sitwell. New Statesman and Nation 32, no. 810 (31 August 1946): 155.
Description: Reed's review of Osbert Sitwell's The Scarlett Tree (Macmillan, 1946).

Journal: Books in General 
Subjects: Review
References: Osbert Sitwell, The Scarlett Tree

128. Reed, Henry. "Questionnaire: The Cost of Letters." Horizon 14, no. 81 (September 1946): 139, 140, 162-164.
Description: Reed's answer to a questionnaire about life as a writer.

Journal: Horizon 
Subjects: Biography

129. "The Programmes in Detail." Listener 36, no 924 (26 September 1946): 111.
Description: In this issue devoted to the inauguration of the BBC's Third Programme, Reed's radio adaptation of Moby Dick is mentioned as a coming attraction.

Journal: The Programmes in Detail 
Subjects: Review, Radio, Play
References: Moby Dick

130. Radio Times. Billing for "New Poems," 27 September 1946, 8.
Description: Billing for Third Programme broadcast of new poems by Reed and others.

Journal: Billing for New Poems 
Subjects: Poem, Radio
References: Antigone, Walter de la Mare, W.J. Turner, Dylan Thomas, C. Day Lewis, W.R. Rodgers, Patric Dickinson

131. Reed, Henry. "The Making of a Poem: Henry Reed on 'Gerontion' by T.S. Eliot." BBC radio, London. 27 September 1946.

Radio: The Making of a Poem 
Subjects: Review
References: T.S. Eliot, Gerontion

132. Times (London), "Broadcasting," 27 September 1946, 6.
Description: Reed is scheduled to deliver a talk called "The Making of a Poem" this evening on the BBC's Home Service.

Newspaper: Broadcasting 
Subjects: Review, Radio
References: The Making of a Poem, T.S. Eliot, Gerontion

133. Times (London), "Broadcasting," 30 September 1946, 6.
Description: Schedule of broadcast of "New Poems," read by contemporary poets.

Newspaper: Broadcasting 
Subjects: Poem, Radio
References: Antigone

134. Boyd, A.C. "A Poet of Sensibility." Review of A Map of Verona, by Henry Reed. Britain To-day 126 (October 1946): 41.
Description: Boyd feels that Reed 'can be deliberately ingenuous or rise to a tragic intensity all in the same poem...', and proclaims that 'Everything in this small book is of interest.'

Journal: Britain To-day 
Subjects: Criticism
References: Unarmed Combat, Philoctetes, Iseult la Belle, Iseult Blaunchesmains, Tristram, King Mark, Chard Whitlow

135. Reed, Henry. "An Hour In the Hand." Review of Happy as Larry, by Donagh MacDonagh. The Bell 13, no. 1 (October 1946): 76-78.
Description: MacDonagh's play is 'written in a manner which is to-day usually reserved for radio-features,' and 'is probably a better play for the study than for the theatre.'

Journal: An Hour In the Hand 
Subjects: Review
References: Donagh MacDonagh, Happy as Larry

136. Lehmann, Rosamond. "New Novels." Listener 36, no. 925 (3 October 1946): 450.
Description: A note at the end of this column announces that 'New novels are now being reviewed by a number of critics in turn," with Reed taking over on October 24.

Journal: New Novels 
Subjects: Biography

137. Reed, Henry. "Sonnet." Listener 36, no. 927 (17 October 1946): 498.
Description: This poem appears Reed's collection, A Map of Verona, as "The Forest."

Journal: Sonnet 
Subjects: Poem
References: The Forest

138. Reed, Henry. "New Novels." Reviews of At Heaven's Gate, The Folded Leaf, and The Stormy Dawn. Listener 36, no. 928 (24 October 1946): 570.
Description: Reed review new fiction.

Review: New Novels 
Subjects: Review
References: Robert Penn Warren, At Heaven's Gate, William Maxwell, The Folded Leaf, Mark Freshfield, The Stormy Dawn

139. Times (London), "Broadcasting," 26 October 1946, 6.
Description: Reed's talk on the poetry of Edith Sitwell is scheduled this evening on the Third Programme's "The Poet and His Critic."

Newspaper: Broadcasting 
Subjects: Radio, Review
References: Edith Sitwell

140. Thomson, R.W. "Entre Nous." Expository Times 58, no. 2 (November 1946): 55-56 [56].
Description: Reviews of recent poetry mentions publication of Reed's A Map of Verona, and quotes from his poem, "Iseult la Belle."

Journal: Entre Nous 
Subjects: Criticism
References: Iseult la Belle

141. Times (London), "Broadcasting," 2 November 1946, 8.
Description: Edith Sitwell's response to Reed's talk is scheduled this evening as "The Poet and His Critic": 2.

Newspaper: Broadcasting 
Subjects: Radio, Review
References: Edith Sitwell

142. Reed, Henry. "New Novels." Reviews of The Death of Virgil, Sweet River in the Morning, and To the Dark Tower. Listener 36, no. 930 (7 November 1946): 644.
Description: Reed reviews new fiction.

Review: New Novels 
Subjects: Review
References: Hermann Broch, The Death of Virgil, Winston Clewes, Sweet River in the Morning, Francis King, To the Dark Tower

143. Times (London), "Broadcasting," 9 November 1946, 6.
Description: Reed is scheduled to appear with poet Edith Sitwell on the BBC Third Programme's "The Poet and His Critic" series this evening.

Newspaper: Broadcasting 
Subjects: Radio, Review
References: Edith Sitwell

144. Times (London), "Broadcasting," 18 November 1946, 8.
Description: Reed's first play for BBC radio, "Noises," described as 'a satirical programme,' premieres this evening in an extended, half-hour version on the Third Programme.

Newspaper: Broadcasting 
Subjects: Play, Radio
References: Noises

145. Times (London), "Broadcasting," 23 November 1946, 6.
Description: Reed's radio play Noises is rebroadcast in its expanded format.

Newspaper: Broadcasting 
Subjects: Play, Radio
References: Noises On

146. Armstrong, Martin. "The Spoken Word." Review of Noises, by Henry Reed. BBC Third Programme, 18 and 23 November 1946. Listener 36, no. 933 (28 November 1946): 767.
Description: Armstrong 'expected the worst, and was agreeably disappointed.'

Journal: The Spoken Word 
Subjects: Criticism
References: Noises

147. Reed, Henry. "New Novels." Reviews of Thieves in the Night, Back, and Mist in the Tagus. Listener 36, no. 933 (28 November 1946): 766.
Description: Reed reviews new fiction, including Henry Green's Back: A Novel (London: Hogarth, 1946).

Review: New Novels 
Subjects: Review
References: Arthur Koestler, Thieves in the Night, Henry Green, Back, Tom Hopkinson, Mist in the Tagus

148. Klingopulos, G. D. "Eliot's Heir." Scrutiny 14, no. 2 (December 1946): 141-144.
Description: A 1946 review of Reed's first book, A Map of Verona, by G.D. Klingopulos.

Journal: Scrutiny 
Subjects: Criticism
References: Naming of Parts, A Map of Verona, Unarmed Combat, The Wall, Philoctetes, Iseult La Belle, The Return, Chrysothemis

149. Times (London), "Bursaries for Young Writers," 7 December 1946, 6.
Description: Reed is among the recipients of a three-year, £200 bursary awarded by The Society of Authors.

Newspaper: Bursaries for Young Writers 
Subjects: Biography
References: Osbert Sitwell, Lawrence Alloway, George Barker, George Fraser, Walter Marsden, William Robson, William Sansom

150. Reed, Henry. "New Novels." Reviews of Marguerite Riley, That Summer, and A Frenchman Must Die. Listener 36, no. 935 (12 December 1946): 856.
Description: Reed reviews new fiction.

Review: New Novels 
Subjects: Review
References: Elizabeth Lake, Marguerite Riley, Frank Sargeson, That Summer, Kay Boyle, A Frenchman Must Die

151. Times (London), Advertisement for The Society of Authors and the Hodder and Stoughton Bursary Scheme, 20 December 1946, 6.
Description: Reed is among the eight young writers chosen to recieve a bursary of £200 a year for three years.

Newspaper: The Society of Authors and the Hodder and Stoughton Bursary Scheme 
Subjects: Biography
References: Lawrence Alloway, George Barker, George Fraser, Walter Marsden, William Robson, William Sansom, Osbert Sitwell, C. Day Lewis

152. Bell, H.T. Montague. "Retrospect of Literature, Art, and Science in 1946." The Annual Register: A Review of Public Events at Home and Abroad for 1946. New Series. London: Longmans, Green, 1947. 351.
Description: In A Map of Verona, Reed has developed 'a meditative romanticism not as yet sure of its own direction.'

Book: The Annual Register, 1946 
Subjects: Criticism

153. British Thought, 1947. New York: Greshem, 1947. 428-430, 460.
Description: This anthology of British writing reprints Reed's answer to the Horizon questionnaire from September, 1946.

Anthology: British Thought, 1947 
Subjects: Biography
References: The Cost of Letters

154. Enright, D.J. "The Significance of Poetry London." Critic 1, no. 1 (Spring 1947): 3-10.
Description: Enright takes time out from discussing the problems with contemporary poetry to praise Reed.

Journal: The Significance of Poetry London 
Subjects: Criticism
References: Lessons of the War

155. Reed, Henry. "Antigone." Penguin New Writing 30 (1947): 97-99.

Journal: Antigone 
Subjects: Poem
References: Antigone

156. Reed, Henry. "Hiding Beneath the Furze." In A Map of Verona and Other Poems. New York: Reynal and Hitchcock, 1947. 23.

Book: Hiding Beneath the Furze 
Subjects: Poem
References: Hiding Beneath the Furze

157. Reed, Henry. Introduction to Dialstone Lane, by W.W. Jacobs. London: Eyre & Spottiswoode, 1947. v-viii.
Description: Reed writes high praise for W.W. Jacobs, author of "The Monkey's Paw," for his precision and economy of style, in this 1947 introduction to one of his longer stories.

Chapter: Introduction to Dialstone Lane 
Subjects: Biography, Review
References: W.W. Jacobs, Dialstone Lane

158. Reed, Henry. "Joyce's Progress." Orion 4 (Autumn 1947): 131-146.
Description: Written as an lecture to the Oxford University English Club in 1946, Reed posits Joyce as "progressing" away from three things: his family, Dublin, and the Catholic Church.

Journal: Joyce's Progress 
Subjects: Review
References: James Joyce, A Portrait of the Artist as Young Man, Dubliners, Ulysses, Finnegans Wake, G.D. Painter, Rosamond Lehmann, Denys Kilham Roberts, C. Day Lewis

159. Reed, Henry. Letters to Emyr Humphreys, 1947-1949. National Library of Wales, Department of Manuscripts and Records. AI/1957-8. Cymru, Wales.
Description: Reed's letters to Welsh author Emyr Humphreys, who was a producer of drama at the BBC.

Manuscript: Letters to Emyr Humphreys 
Subjects: Biography
References: Emyr Humphreys

160. Reed, Henry. A Map of Verona and Other Poems. New York: Reynal and Hitchcock, 1947.
Description: American edition of Reed's first poetry collection.

Book: A Map of Verona and Other Poems 
Subjects: Poem

161. Reed, Henry. Moby Dick: A Play for Radio from Herman Melville's Novel. London: Jonathan Cape, 1947.
Description: Reed's adaptation of Melville's novel for BBC radio had a cast which included Sir Ralph Richardson as Ahab, Cyril Cusack, and Bernard Miles.

Play: Moby Dick 
Subjects: Play
References: Moby Dick, Herman Melville

162. Reed, Henry. Noises On. BBC radio play, 1947.
Description: BBC radio play.

Radio: Noises On 
Subjects: Play
References: Noises On

163. Reed, Henry. Preface to Moby Dick: A Play for Radio from Herman Melville's Novel. London: Jonathan Cape, 1947. 5-11.
Description: Reed's preface to his adaptation of Melville's novel for BBC radio.

Book: Preface to Moby Dick: A Play for Radio 
Subjects: Play, Criticism, Biography
References: Moby Dick, Herman Melville, Ishmael

164. Reed, Henry. "Rates for Reviewing." Author, Playwright and Composer 57, no. 4 (Summer 1947): 64-68 [67].
Description: 'The whole rackety business is a microcosm of human weakness and wickedness,' Reed says.

Journal: Rates for Reviewing 
Subjects: Review
References: John Betjeman, Daniel George, Rayner Heppenstall, H.J. Massingham, William Plomer, Herbert Read, C.E. Vulliamy, C.V. Wedgwood

165. Reed, Henry. "W.H. Auden in America." Review of For the Time Being, by W.H. Auden. Penguin New Writing 31 (1947). 124-130.
Description: Reed's review of For the Time Being, Auden's first book of poems from America (1945).

Journal: W.H. Auden in America 
Subjects: Review
References: W.H. Auden, The Sea and the Mirror, For the Time Being

166. Reed, Henry. "New Novels." Reviews of The Little Kingdom, The Triumph of Death, and The Becker Wives. Listener 37, no. 938 (2 January 1947): 36.
Description: Reed reviews new fiction, including Emyr Humphreys' The Little Kingdom (London: Eyre & Spottiswoode, 1946).

Journal: New Novels 
Subjects: Review
References: Emyr Humphreys, The Little Kingdom, C.F. Ramuz, The Triumph of Death, Mary Lavin, The Becker Wives

167. Reed, Henry. "New Novels." Review of Dangling Man, by Saul Bellow. Listener 37, no. 940 (16 January 1947): 124.
Description: Reed's review of Bellow's Dangling Man (London: John Lehmann, 1946).

Review: New Novels 
Subjects: Review
References: Saul Bellow, Dangling Man

168. Radio Times, "Ralph Richardson as Ahab in 'Moby Dick' by Herman Melville," 24 January 1947, 8, 24.
Description: Broadcast schedule and cast information for Reed's radio adaptation of Moby Dick.

Newspaper: Ralph Richardson as Ahab in "Moby Dick" 
Subjects: Play, Radio
References: Moby Dick, Valentine Dyall, Cyril Cusack, Harry Quashie, Carleton Hobbs, Mark Dignam, Antony Hopkins, Ralph Richardson, Murray Davies, Bernard Miles

169. Reed, Henry. "Captain Ahab and the Great White Whale." Radio Times, 24 January 1947, 4.
Description: Reed 'discusses the symbolism of the tale and explains how he has tackled the problems of adaptation.' A revised version of this article will become the Preface to the published version of the script.

Newspaper: Captain Ahab and the Great White Whale 
Subjects: Play, Radio
References: Moby Dick

170. Times (London), "Broadcasting," 25 January 1947, 6.
Description: Reed's adaptation of Melville's Moby Dick premieres this weekend on the Third Programme, in two parts.

Newspaper: Broadcasting 
Subjects: Radio, Play
References: Moby Dick, Herman Melville

171. Hope-Wallace, Philip. "Live Whale and Dead Sprats." Review of Moby Dick: A Play for Radio, adapted by Henry Reed. BBC Third Programme, 25 January 1947. Listener 37, no. 942 (30 January 1947): 215.
Description: Hope-Wallace says of Reed's radio adaptation of Melville's novel: 'This kind of success is all too rare in radio.'

Journal: The Listener 
Subjects: Criticism, Radio, Play
References: Moby Dick

172. Times (London), "Broadcasting," 31 January 1947, 6.
Description: Reed's adaptation of Melville's Moby Dick replays this evening on the Third Programme, in two parts.

Newspaper: Broadcasting 
Subjects: Radio, Play
References: Moby Dick, Herman Melville

173. Reed, Henry. "New Novels." Reviews of The Age of Reason, Pascual Duarte's Family, and The Leaping Lad. Listener 37, no. 943 (6 February 1947): 256.
Description: Reed reviews books by Sartre, Camilo J. Cela, and Sid Chaplin.

Journal: New Novels 
Subjects: Review
References: Jean-Paul Sarte, The Age of Reason, Eric Sutton, Camilo J. Cela, Pascual Duarte's Family, Sid Chaplin, The Leaping Lad

174. Lloyd, L.C. "On the Air." Review of Moby Dick: A Play for Radio, by Henry Reed. Spectator 178, no. 6189 (7 February 1947): 174.
Description: Reed 'was a bold man to make the attempt,' but the play was 'like trying to put Niagara in a bottle. Still, 'his achievement was considerable.'

Journal: On the Air 
Subjects: Radio, Play, Criticism
References: Moby Dick

175. Sackville-West, Edward. "Radio Notes." Review of Moby Dick: A Play for Radio, BBC Third Programme, 25-26 January 1947. New Statesman and Nation 33, no. 833 (8 February 1947): 112.
Description: Sackville-West says of Reed's adaptation of Moby Dick: '[E]ven where it failed the failure was, so to speak, of a high order.'

Journal: Radio Notes 
Subjects: Radio, Criticism
References: Moby Dick, Stephen Potter, Anthony Hopkins, Brian Weske, Ralph Richardson, Bernard Miles

176. Times(London), "Broadcasting," 22 February 1947, 10.
Description: Reed compiled this evening's "Poetry Notebook" on the Home Service.

Newspaper: Broadcasting 
Subjects: Radio
References: Time for Verse

177. Reed, Henry, comp. "Time for Verse." Poetry Notebook. Broadcast on the BBC Home Service, 23 February 1947.

Radio: Time for Verse 
Subjects: Radio, Review

178. Times (London), "Broadcasting," 27 February 1947, 7.
Description: Schedule contains broadcast of part two of Monteverdi's "Vespers."

Newspaper: Broadcasting 
Subjects: Radio
References: Monteverdi

179. MacKay, Louis. Review of A Map of Verona, by Henry Reed. Canadian Poetry Magazine 10, no. 3 (March 1947): 35.
Description: MacKay believes that Reed 'shows a neat wit and humanity in parodies of army instruction and of T.S. Eliot,' and his monologues 'combine admirably a sustained relevance to their dramatic situation with a broader reference to problems that are perhaps more pressing and more universal now than they have ever been.'

Journal: Review of A Map of Verona 
Subjects: Criticism
References: Naming of Parts, Chard Whitlow, Chrysothemis, Philoctetes

180. Reed, Henry. "New Novels." Review of Freedom Road, More Deadly Than the Male, and Teresa and Other Stories. Listener 37, no. 395 (6 March 1947): 344.
Description: In this, his last article as fiction reviewer for the Listener, Reed reviews books by Howard Fast, Ambrose Grant, and Seán O'Faoláin.

Journal: New Novels 
Subjects: Review
References: Howard Fast, Freedom Road, Ambrose Grant, More Deadly Than the Male, Seán O'Faoláin, Teresa and Other Stories

181. "Lectures and Meetings." New Statesman and Nation 33, no. 838 (29 March 1947): 224.
Description: An announcement of Reed giving a poetry reading at the International Arts Centre in London, on April 1, 1947.

Journal: Lectures and Meetings 
Subjects: Biography

182. Times (London), Advertisement for The English Teacher, by R.K. Narayan, 28 April 1947, 7.
Description: Reed is quoted for a blurb: 'Very elusive, mocking, gentle, wistful.'

Newspaper: Advertisement for The English Teacher 
Subjects: Review
References: R.K. Narayan, The English Teacher

183. Times (London), "Broadcasting," 24 May 1947, 6.
Description: The premiere broadcast of Reed's radio play, "Pytheas," is scheduled for the BBC's Third Programme at 7:30 p.m. this evening.

Newspaper: Broadcasting 
Subjects: Play, Radio
References: Pytheas

184. Reed, Henry. "Pytheas." BBC Third Programme broadcast, 25 May 1947.
Description: Written in verse, this radio play follows Pytheas, the Greek traveler in search of the mysterious island kingdom, Ultima Thule.

Play: Pytheas 
Subjects: Play
References: Pytheas

185. Times (London), "Broadcasting," 28 May 1947, 6.
Description: Reed's play, "Pytheas: A Dramatic Speculation," is scheduled to run again on the Third Programme this evening.

Newspaper: Broadcasting 
Subjects: Play, Radio
References: Pytheas

186. Reed, Henry. "Books in General." Review of Billy Budd, by Herman Melville. New Statesman and Nation 33, no. 847 (31 May 1947): 397.
Description: Reed reviews a new edition of Melville's Billy Budd with an introduction by William Plomer (London: Lehmann, 1947).

Journal: Books in General 
Subjects: Review
References: Herman Melville, Billy Budd, William Plomer

187. Times (London), "Broadcasting," 17 June 1947, 6.
Description: "Book Review" to be broadcast by Henry Reed, on Shelley and C. Day-Lewis.

Newspaper: Broadcasting 
Subjects: Radio, Review
References: Percy Bysshe Shelley, C. Day Lewis

188. Times (London), "Broadcasting," 18 June 1947, 8.
Description: Reed's play, "Pytheas," is scheduled for rebroadcast on the Third Programme.

Newspaper: Broadcasting 
Subjects: Play, Radio
References: Pytheas

189. Worsley, T.C. "Spring Collections." Review of Penguin New Writing, edited by John Lehmann. New Statesman and Nation 34, no 853 (12 July 1947): 36-37 [37].
Description: Reed's and MacNeice's poems were chosen for Lehmann's anthology.

Journal: Spring Collections 
Subjects: Criticism
References: Louis MacNeice

190. Reed, Henry. "The Door and the Window." Partisan Review 14, no. 5 (September-October 1947): 523.

Journal: The Door and the Window 
Subjects: Poem
References: Door and the Window

191. Karsell, Doris. "New Poet Now Mature." Delta Democrat-Times (Greenville, MS), 12 October 1947, 9.
Description: In her review of the American edition of Reed's first volume of poems, Karsell says 'each line in the collection has been cut and finished with precision. One believes that no other form or words could have been used.'

Newspaper: Delta Democrat-Times (Greenville, MS) 
Subjects: Criticism, Poem
References: Chard Whitlow, Tristram, Iseult Blaunchesmains, King Mark, Iseult La Belle, Chrysothemis, Antigone, Philoctetes, Moby Dick

192. Kirkus, Virginia. "Two Young Poets." Review of A Map of Verona, and Other Poems, by Henry Reed. Bulletin from Virginia Kirkus' Bookshop Service 15, no. 20 (15 October 1947): 594.
Description: Kirkus reviews A Map of Verona, contrasting Reed against Richard Wilbur.

Journal: Kirkus Reviews 
Subjects: Criticism, Poem
References: Naming of Parts, Richard Wilbur, The Beautiful Changes

193. Reed, Henry. "Radio Notes." Reviews of BBC broadcasts of Henry VI, Richard III, Henry IV, and "Preface to Paradise Lost. New Statesman and Nation 34, no. 867 (18 October 1947): 308.
Description: Reed reviews recent radio programs.

Journal: Radio Notes 
Subjects: Review, Radio
References: William Shakespeare, Henry VI, Richard III, Henry IV, C.S. Lewis, John Milton, Paradise Lost

194. Reed, Henry. "Radio Notes." New Statesman and Nation 34, no. 868 (25 October 1947): 329.
Description: Reed's reviews of the BBC's Dialogues of Plato, Cervantes' Numancia, and various radio talks.

Journal: Radio Notes 
Subjects: Review

195. Reed, Henry. "Radio Notes." Review of BBC broadcast of Electra. New Statesman and Nation 34, no. 869 (1 November 1947): 349.
Description: Reed's review of the October 24 and 26, 1947 BBC broadcasts of Sir Thomas Beecham's production of the Strauss opera Elektra, featuring Ljuba Welitsch as Chrysothemis.

Journal: Radio Notes 
Subjects: Review
References: Richard Strauss, Electra, Ljuba Welitsch, Chrysothemis

196. Times (London) Literary Supplement, "A Poet of Strange Vision," 1 November 1947, 562.
Description: Reed's Moby Dick: A Play for Radio mentioned in review of Melville's poetry.

Newspaper: A Poet of Strange Vision 
Subjects: Criticism

197. Reed, Henry. "Radio Notes." Review of the BBC series, "Belief and Unbelief." New Statesman and Nation 34, no. 870 (8 November 1947): 368-369.
Description: Reed reviews "Belief and Unbelief," a BBC series of talks on religion, with Dr. Ronald Winfield and the Reverend Nathaniel Micklem.

Journal: Radio Notes 
Subjects: Review
References: Belief and Unbelief

198. Reed, Henry. "Radio Notes." Review of the BBC shows "Window on Europe" and "Critics." New Statesman and Nation 34, no. 871 (15 November 1947): 389.
Description: Reed reviews two BBC programs: "Window on Europe," interviews with post-war Germans, and an episode of "Critics" on French Novelists.

Journal: Radio Notes 
Subjects: Review
References: Window on Europe, Critics, Walter Allen, Philip Hope-Wallace, Eric Newton, Edward Sackville-West, V.S. Pritchett

199. Bogan, Louise. "Briefly Noted." New Yorker. 22 November 1947, 140.
Description: Reed's 'ironic "Naming of Parts"... is one of the few memorable pieces of verse produced during the war years.'

Journal: Briefly Noted 
Subjects: Criticism, Poem
References: Naming of Parts

200. Reed, Henry. "Radio Notes." Reviews of BBC broadcasts of a Cambridge Union debate, the BBC's 25th birthday celebrations, and Shelley's The Cenci. New Statesman and Nation 34, no. 872 (22 November 1947): 409.
Description: Reed's reviews of radio broadcasts of a student debate in the Cambridge Union; the BBC's 25th birthday celebrations; and a production of Shelley's play, The Cenci.

Journal: Radio Notes 
Subjects: Review
References: Ted Cavanagh, Percy Bysshe Shelley, The Cenci

201. Reed, Henry. "Radio Notes." Reviews of the Royal Wedding, The Guinea-Pig, and "Roman Britain." New Statesman and Nation 34, no. 873 (29 November 1947): 429-430.
Description: Reed reviews BBC radio's coverage of the marriage of Princess Elizabeth and Prince Philip; a rebroadcast of the play The Guinea-Pig; and the program, "Roman Britain."

Journal: Radio Notes 
Subjects: Review
References: Princess Elizabeth, Prince Philip, The Guinea-Pig, Roman Britain, Jenifer Wayne

202. Nerber, John, et al. "The Poetry Bulletin." Tiger's Eye 2 (December 1947): 110.
Description: Short blurb announcing the publication of the American edition of Reed's A Map of Verona and Other Poems.

Journal: The Poetry Bulletin 
Subjects: Criticism
References: Chrysothemis, Tristram, Moby Dick

203. MacDonald, Gerald. "Poetry." Review of A Map of Verona and Other Poems, by Henry Reed. Library Journal 72, no. 21 (1 December 1947): 1688.
Description: A short, 50-word description for the newly-published American edition of Reed's A Map of Verona.

Journal: Poetry 
Subjects: Criticism, Poem
References: Moby Dick

204. Times (London), "Broadcasting," 5 December 1947, 7.
Description: The schedule for the Third Programme includes part one of Monteverdi's "Vespers."

Newspaper: Broadcasting 
Subjects: Radio
References: Monteverdi

205. "Books of 1947: A Selected List." Nation 165, no. 23 (6 December 1947): 632-633 [632].
Description: The American printing of A Map of Verona and Other Poems is announced.

Journal: Books of 1947: A Selected List 
Subjects: Miscellaneous

206. Reed, Henry. "Radio Notes." Review of BBC production of Paradise Lost, by John Milton. New Statesman and Nation 34, no. 874 (6 December 1947): 449-450.
Description: So displeased is he with Dylan Thomas' performance in the BBC's Paradise Lost, Reed is led to invent the word 'inauscultable' — unlistenable-to (though he blames the subject-matter).

Journal: Radio Notes 
Subjects: Review
References: Dylan Thomas, John Milton, Paradise Lost

207. Times (London) Literary Supplement, "The Spoken Word," 6 December 1947, 632.
Description: Review of Moby Dick: A Play for Radio from Herman Melville's Novel. Cape. 6s.

Newspaper: The Spoken Word 
Subjects: Criticism
References: Moby Dick

208. New York Times. "For the Christmas Check-List." International Affairs. 7 December 1947, 74.
Description: A holiday listing of suggested reading includes Reed's A Map of Verona and Other Poems: "A collection of unostentatious poems by a new British poet."

Newspaper: For the Christmas Check-List 
Subjects: Criticism
References: A Map of Verona

209. Poston, Elizabeth. Letter to the editor, 10 December 1947. New Statesman Archive, Editorial Correspondence, c. 1948-1952 (Boxes 7-9). University of Sussex Library, Special Collections. Brighton, England.
Description: Letter directed to Reed, possibly in response to his "Radio Notes" column for The New Statesman and Nation.

Manuscript: Letter to the editor 
Subjects: Criticism

210. Reed, Henry. "Radio Notes." Reviews of "Belief and Unbelief," and Whose Body?, by Dorothy Sayers. New Statesman and Nation 34, no. 875 (13 December 1947): 469.
Description: Reed reviews the last four talks from "Belief and Unbelief," a series on religion; a program on the burgeoning technology of television; and a dramatisation of Dorothy Sayer's Whose Body?

Journal: Radio Notes 
Subjects: Review
References: Belief and Unbelief, Whose Body?, Dorothy Sayers

211. Reed, Henry. Letter to the editor, 15 December 1947. New Statesman Archive, Editorial Correspondence, c. 1948-1952 (Boxes 7-9). University of Sussex Library, Special Collections. Brighton, England.
Description: Possible response to Poston's letter to The New Statesman and Nation of December 10th, 1947.

Manuscript: Letter to the editor 
Subjects: Biography

212. Reed, Henry. "Radio Notes." Reviews of a BBC Party Political broadcast, Peace in Our Time, by Noel Coward, and a production of Tartuffe, by Molière. New Statesman and Nation 34, no. 876 (20 December 1947): 490.
Description: Reed reviews such diverse BBC broadcasts as a Party Political speech by Herbert Morrison, Noel Coward's Peace in Our Time, and a production of Molière's Tartuffe.

Journal: Radio Notes 
Subjects: Review
References: Herbert Morrison, Peace in Our Time, Noel Coward, Tartuffe, Molière

213. Times (London). "Broadcasting." 24 December 1947, 6.
Description: A program of parodies (including a poem by Reed), presented by Stephen Potter, "Parodies Regained," is scheduled.

Newspaper: Broadcasting 
Subjects: Radio, Parody, Poem
References: Stephen Potter, Stoutheart on the Southern Railway

214. Reed, Henry. "Radio Notes." Reviews of BBC programs "British Courage," "Meet the People," "The Red Horse of Hollywood," and a production of The Cloister, by Emile Verhaeren. New Statesman and Nation 34, no. 877 (27 December 1947): 508.
Description: Reed reviews the BBC programs "British Courage" and Meet the People"; a talk about America by Dennis Johnston, called "The Red Horse of Hollywood"; and a production of Emile Verhaeren's The Cloister.

Journal: Radio Notes 
Subjects: Review
References: British Courage, Meet the People, The Red Horse of Hollywood, Dennis Johnston, The Cloister, Emile Verhaeren

215. Breit, Harvey. "Verona, Under the Still Lamplight." New York Times Book Review, 28 December 1947, 8.
Description: Harvey Breit's 1947 review of A Map of Verona and Other Poems.

Newspaper: The New York Times Book Review 
Subjects: Biography, Criticism
References: Naming of Parts, Judging Distances, A Map of Verona

216. Arrowsmith, William. "Recent Verse." Hudson Review 1, no. 1 (Spring 1948): 98, 101-102.
Description: Critic William Arrowsmith proclaims Reed 'professional, original, and articulate' in this review of the American edition of A Map of Verona.

Journal: The Hudson Review 
Subjects: Criticism
References: South, The Builders, Iseult La Belle, Morning

217. Gordon Jr., Ambrose. "Six British Writers Under American Wrappers." Furioso 3, no. 3 (Spring 1948): 65-66.
Description: Ambrose Gordon, Jr. is stunned by the brilliance of the American edition of A Map of Verona, but seems to have doubts about Reed's originality.

Journal: Furioso 
Subjects: Criticism
References: Chrysothemis, Chard Whitlow, A Map of Verona, Ishmael, Tristram

218. Hassal, Christopher. "Notes on the Verse Drama." Masque 6 (1948): 36.
Description: Regarding verse drama on the radio, Hassal feels that Reed 'will have helped to found a tradition in this medium.'

Journal: Notes on the Verse Drama 
Subjects: Criticism, Radio, Play
References: Louis MacNeice, Patric Dickinson

219. James, Mertice M., and Dorothy Brown, eds. "Reed, Henry." In vol. 43, Book Review Digest. New York: H.W. Wilson, 1948. 743.
Description: Indexes four book reviews of Reed's A Map of Verona, and Other Poems.

Chapter: Reed, Henry 
Subjects: Criticism, Poem

220. Lougée, David. "The Long Road to Parnassus." Voices: A Quarterly of Poetry 135 (Autumn 1948): 54.
Description: David Lougée's succinct and scathing review of the American edition of A Map of Verona and Other Poems calls Reed's collection a 'serious hoax.'

Journal: Voices 
Subjects: Criticism
References: A Map of Verona, Chard Whitlow, Naming of Parts, Lives, Ishmael

221. MacDonald, Angus, ed. Annual Bibliography of English Language and Literature. Vol. 20. London: Cambridge university Press, 1948. 206.
Description: Indexes Reed's article on Thomas Hardy's Max Gate for the Birmingham Post.

Book: Annual Bibliography of English Language and Literature for 1994 
Subjects: Miscellaneous

222. Pine, L.G., ed. "Reed, Henry." The Author's and Writer's Who's Who and Reference Guide. 3rd ed. London: Shaw, 1948-1949. 443-444.
Description: This very brief biography lists Reed as a 'Poet & Critic', with his recreations being 'Music, travel'.

Book: The Author's and Writer's Who's Who and Reference Guide 
Subjects: Biography
References: A Map of Verona, Moby Dick, The Novel Since 1939

223. Pritchett, V.S., ed. Turnstile One: A Literary Miscellany from the New Statesman and Nation. London: Turnstile Press, 1948. 144.
Description: Collects "Naming of Parts," originally published in the New Statesman and Nation in August, 1942.

Anthology: Turnstile 
Subjects: Poem
References: Naming of Parts

224. Reed, Henry. "Ars Poetica." Botteghe Oscure 2 (1948): 262-264.
Description: This poem, a long meditation on regret, appears in Reed's Collected Poems as "De Arte Poetica."

Journal: Ars Poetica 
Subjects: Poem, Translation
References: De Arte Poetica

225. Reed, Henry. Letter to T.S. Eliot,1948. Papers of the Hayward Bequest of T.S. Eliot Material. GBR/0272/HB/L/7/b. King's College Archive Centre, Cambridge, England.
Description: A collection of T.S. Eliot material contains a letter from Reed.

Manuscript: Letter to T.S. Eliot 
Subjects: Link, Biography
References: T.S. Eliot

226. Simon, Irène. "English Letters." Revue des Langues Vivantes/Tijdschrift voor Levende Talen 14, no. 3 (May/June 1948): 173-178 [176].
Description: Simon reviews the American edition of A Map of Verona and Other Poems, and finds 'Reed's purpose is to suggest more than to describe.'

Journal: Revue des Langues Vivantes 
Subjects: Criticism, Poem
References: A Map of Verona, The Return, Outside and In, The Place and the Person, Chrysothemis, Philoctetes, Morning

227. Suttor, T.L. Review of The Novel Since 1939, by Henry Reed. Southerly 9, no. 4 (1948): 231-232.
Description: Review of Reed's British Council pamphlet on wartime and post-war English novelists.

Journal: Review of The Novel Since 1939 
Subjects: Criticism
References: The Novel Since 1939

228. Swallow, Alan. "Reed, Henry: A Map of Verona and Other Poems." In vol. 1948, Index to Little Magazines. Denver, CO: A. Swallow, 1948. 67.
Description: This index lists four reviewers of the American edition of Reed's A Map of Verona: Arrowsmith, Gordon, Lougée, and Swallow.

Book: Index to Little Magazines 
Subjects: Criticism

229. Swallow, Alan. "Some Current Poetry." New Mexico Quarterly Review 18, no. 4 (Winter 1948): 460.
Description: This 1948 review of A Map of Verona and Other Poems compares Reed's poetry with that of his American contemporary, John Berryman.

Journal: New Mexico Quarterly Review 
Subjects: Criticism
References: A Map of Verona

230. Martin, Oliver. "Import Drive." Our Time 7, no. 5 (January/February 1948): 125-126 [126].
Description: Reed, MacNeice, and Dylan Thomas are described as masters of radio drama.

Journal: Import Drive 
Subjects: Criticism, Radio
References: Louis MacNeice, Dylan Thomas

231. Unger, Leonard. "Seven Poets." The Sewanee Review 56, no. 1 (January-March 1948): 162-164.
Description: Leonard Unger's 1948 review of Reed's collection, A Map of Verona and Other Poems.

Journal: The Sewanee Review 
Subjects: Criticism
References: Chard Whitlow, The Place and the Person

232. Armstrong, Martin. "Keats on the Air." The Spoken Word. Listener 39, no. 988 (1 January 1948): 35.
Description: A review of Stephen Potter's program, "Parodies Regained" (December 24, 1947), mentions Reed's uncanny parody of Hardy.

Journal: Keats on the Air 
Subjects: Criticism, Poem, Parody
References: Thomas Hardy, Stoutheart on the Southern Railway

233. Reed, Henry. "Radio Notes." New Statesman and Nation 35, no. 878 (3 January 1948): 10.
Description: Reed reviews recent BBC broadcasts of The Adventures of Mr. Verdant Green, Men of Goodwill, and the opening of the Milan opera.

Journal: Radio Notes 
Subjects: Review, Radio
References: The Adventures of Mr. Verdant Green, Men of Goodwill

234. Times (London), "Broadcasting," 3 January 1948, 8.
Description: Reed participated in "An Argument on 'Paradise Lost'", a criticism of the recent program. The talk elicited a postcard from George Bernard Shaw.

Newspaper: Broadcasting 
Subjects: Radio
References: Paradise Lost

235. Listener. Review of Moby Dick: A Play for Radio from Herman Melville's Novel, by Henry Reed. 39, no. 989 (8 January 1948): 74.
Description: The reviewer calls Reed's adaptation 'an opportunity for making Moby Dick's acquaintance on easy terms, and in particularly happy circumstances.'

Journal: Review of Moby Dick 
Subjects: Criticism
References: Moby Dick

236. Reed, Henry. "Radio Notes." Reviews of BBC broadcasts by James Stephens, C. Day Lewis, Margaret Field-Hyde, Marius Goring, and James McKechnie. New Statesman and Nation 35, no. 879 (10 January 1948): 28-29.
Description: Reed reviews several BBC radio broadcasts, including C. Day Lewis' "Time for Verse," and James McKechnie's "The House of the Barber."

Journal: Radio Notes 
Subjects: Review
References: James Stephens, I Knew These Men, C. Day Lewis, Time for Verse, Margaret Field-Hyde, Marius Goring, The Mary Gloster, James McKechnie, The House of the Barber, Second Opinion

237. Times (London), "Broadcasting," 10 January 1948, 6.
Description: Schedule includes Part II of "A History in Sound of European Music": Early Christian Music.

Newspaper: Broadcasting 
Subjects: Radio

238. Rago, Henry. "Four Poets." Commonweal 47, no. 14 (16 January 1948): 353.
Description: A brief book review by Henry Rago of the American edition of A Map of Verona.

Journal: Commonweal 
Subjects: Criticism
References: The Door and the Window, Outside and In

239. Reed, Henry. "Radio Notes." New Statesman and Nation 35, no. 880 (17 January 1948): 50.
Description: Reed reviews recent BBC productions.

Journal: Radio Notes 
Subjects: Review, Radio
References: Angela Glynne, Alice in Wonderland, Barbara Sleigh, The Piece Egg, John Keir, The Swish of the Curtain, Geoffrey Grigson, John Dryden

240. Times (London), "Broadcasting," 17 January 1948, 8.
Description: The Third Programme schedule includes Part III of "A History in Sound of European Music": The Beginnings of Polyphony.

Newspaper: Broadcasting 
Subjects: Radio

241. Reed, Henry. "Radio Notes." New Statesman and Nation 35, no. 881 (24 January 1948): 70.
Description: Reed reviews several recent BBC productions.

Journal: Radio Notes 
Subjects: Review, Radio
References: A History of Sound in European Music, M.R. Ridley, Measure for Measure, James Law Forsythe, Bronze Horse, Second Opinion

242. Bridie, James. "Bronze Horse." Letter to the editor. New Statesman and Nation 35, no. 882 (31 January 1948): 96.
Description: Responding to his criticism of a radio adaptation of James Forsyth's play, Bronze Horse, Bridie calls Reed "a very stupid fellow."

Journal: Bronze Horse 
Subjects: Criticism

243. Pritchett, V.S. "Moby Dick." Review of Moby Dick: A Play for Radio from Herman Melville's Novel by Henry Reed. New Statesman and Nation (31 January 1948): 101-102.
Description: Pritchett calls Reed's adaptation Moby Dick: A Play for Radio from Herman Melville's Novel (Jonathan Cape, 1947) 'exalted, refreshing, vivid and excellent.'

Journal: Moby Dick 
Subjects: Criticism
References: Moby Dick

244. Redlich, H.F. "Monteverdi's Vespers." Letter to the editor. New Statesman and Nation 35, no. 882 (31 January 1948): 96.
Description: Redlich reacts strongly to an off-the-cuff remark Reed makes in his January 24th Radio Notes column, regarding Monteverdi's Vespers.

Journal: Letter to the editor 
Subjects: Criticism
References: Claudio Monteverdi

245. Reed, Henry. "Radio Notes." New Statesman and Nation 35, no. 882 (31 January 1948): 92.
Description: Reed reviews recent BBC productions, including Coghill's adaptation of Chaucer.

Journal: Radio Notes 
Subjects: Review, Radio
References: Progress Report, Second Opinion, Stephen Potter, Married to a Genius, Nevill Coghill, Troilus and Criseyde

246. Times (London), "Broadcasting," 31 January 1948, 8.
Description: Schedule lists Part V of "A History in Sound of European Music": Early Secular Polyphony.

Newspaper: Broadcasting 
Subjects: Radio

247. Reed, Henry. "Monteverdi's Vespers." Letter to the editor. New Statesman and Nation 35, no. 883 (7 February 1948): 115.
Description: An apologetic response to a previous letter from Dr. Hans Redlich.

Journal: Correspondence 
Subjects: Review
References: Monteverdi, Hans Redlich

248. Reed, Henry. "Radio Notes." New Statesman and Nation 35, no. 883 (7 February 1948): 112-113.
Description: Reed reviews the program "Living Writers," which features authors interviewing other writers.

Journal: Radio Notes 
Subjects: Review, Radio
References: Living Writers, Ivy Compton-Burnette, Elizabeth Bowen, Evelyn Waugh, Graham Greene, E.M. Forster

249. Jarrell, Randall. Letter to John Berryman, dated in Berryman's hand, 12 February 1948. Manuscripts Division, University of Minnesota Libraries. MSS043.
Description: Upon reading "Waiting for the End, Boys," Jarrell wrote to Berryman, 'I don't like Reed nearly as much as you do, but this is a small point.'

Manuscript: Letter to John Berryman 
Subjects: Miscellaneous
References: Randall Jarrell, John Berryman

250. Berryman, John. "Waiting for the End, Boys." Partisan Review 15, no. 2 (15 February 1948): 262-267.
Description: A glowing 1948 review by John Berryman of A Map of Verona and Other Poems.

Journal: Partisan Review, Feb. 1948 
Subjects: Criticism
References: Naming of Parts, Judging Distances, Unarmed Combat, Tristram, Chrysothemis, Antigone, Philoctetes, Chard Whitlow

251. Advertisement for Turnstile One. New Statesman and Nation 35, no. 887 (6 March 1948): 194.
Description: Promotes new journal with 'poems of Auden, Spender, and Day Lewis, Alun Lewis and Henry Reed'.

Journal: Advertisement for Turnstile One 
Subjects: Criticism

252. Jarrell, Randall. "Verse Chronicle." Nation 166, no. 13 (27 March 1948): 360-361 [360].
Description: The American poet and critic Randall Jarrell's curt review of A Map of Verona and Other Poems, in which he compares Reed to 'a nap after dinner.'

Journal: The Nation, Mar. 1948 
Subjects: Criticism
References: Tristram, Chrysothemis, Philoctetes, Antigone, Rolfe Humphries, John Ciardi

253. Reed, Henry. "Italics Mine." Review of T.S. Eliot: A Study of His Writings by Several Hands, and Fabulous Voyager: James Joyce's Ulysses New Statesman and Nation 35, no. 891 (3 April 1948): 278.
Description: Reviews of two critical studies: T.S. Eliot: A Study of His Writings by Several Hands (Balachandra Rajan, ed. London: Dobson, 1947), and Fabulous Voyager: James Joyce's Ulysses (Richard M. Kain. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1947).

Journal: Italics Mine 
Subjects: Review
References: T.S. Eliot, James Joyce, Ulysses, Balachandra Rajan, Richard M. Kain

254. Graham, W.S. "England's Old Young Men." New Republic 118, no. 17 (26 April 1948): 28-31 [30-31].
Description: Graham says of A Map of Verona: '[It] has already made a considerable stir and has been pronounced by some critics to be the offspring of Eliot's later blank-verse style. It is a reflective poetry written with a masterly off-handedness.'

Journal: England's Old Young Men 
Subjects: Criticism
References: T.S. Eliot

255. Spender, Stephen. "Randall Jarrell's Landscape." Review of Losses, by Randall Jarrell. Nation 166, no. 18 (1 May 1948): 475-476.
Description: Spender disagrees with Jarrell's comments about Reed from March's Nation.

Journal: Randall Jarrell's Landscape 
Subjects: Criticism
References: Randall Jarrell, Orestes at Tauris

256. Elton, William. "Eliot-cum-BBC." Poetry 72, no. 3 (June 1948): 165-167.
Description: William Elton's short review of A Map of Verona and Other Poems, comparing Reed with T.S. Eliot.

Journal: Poetry, June 1948 
Subjects: Criticism
References: A Map of Verona, Unarmed Combat, Morning, The Return, The Forest, The Wall, Outside and In, Chrysothemis, Ishmael

257. Lehmann, John. "A Literary Letter from England." New York Times Book Review, 6 June 1948, 4.
Description: Lehmann feels there has been little development in British poetry since the war, despite 'a great diversity of new talent,' including Reed.

Newspaper: A Literary Letter from England 
Subjects: Criticism
References: Laurie Lee, Vernon Watkins, Norman Nicholson, Terence Tiller, Lawrence Durrell

258. Painter, George D. "New Novels." Listener 39, no. 1011 (10 June 1948): 946.
Description: Painter quotes Reed's essay on Greene from The Novel Since 1939.

Journal: New Novels 
Subjects: Criticism
References: Graham Greene, The Novel Since 1939

259. Lehmann, John. "Envie D'Ailleurs—English Brand." New York Times Book Review, 1 August 1948, 2.
Description: In this article on English writers seeking inspiration abroad, Reed is mentioned as 'just returned from Cyprus.'

Manuscript: Envie D'Ailleurs—English Brand 
Subjects: Biography

260. Times (London), "Broadcasting," 17 August 1948, 8.
Description: Reed's Third Programme reply to C.V. Wedgwood’s talk on de Madariaga's Hamlet, "Hamlet Once More," is scheduled this evening.

Newspaper: Broadcasting 
Subjects: Review, Radio
References: Hamlet Once More

261. Armstrong, Martin. "The Spoken Word." Critic on the Hearth. Listener 40, no. 1022 (26 August 1948): 320.
Description: Armstrong feels Reed's August 17th radio review of de Madariaga's book On Hamlet 'tore it to smithereens.'

Journal: The Spoken Word 
Subjects: Criticism, Radio
References: Hamlet Once More, Salvador de Madariaga, On Hamlet

262. Reed, Henry. "Salvador de Madariaga's 'On Hamlet'." Letter to the editor. Listener 40, no. 1023 (2 September 1948): 350.
Description: de Madariaga writes in response to Martin Armstrong's August 26 review of Reed's radio talk, "Hamlet Once More."

Journal: Salvador de Madariaga's 'On Hamlet' 
Subjects: Criticism, Radio
References: Salvador de Madariaga, On Hamlet, Hamlet Once More

263. George, Daniel. "Salvador de Madariaga's 'On Hamlet'." Letter to the editor. Listener 40, no. 1025 (16 September 1948): 422.
Description: George brings up a previous "appreciatory" broadcast from July, by Ms. C.V. Wedgewood on de Madariaga's book.

Journal: Salvador de Madariaga's 'On Hamlet' 
Subjects: Criticism, Radio
References: Salvador de Madariaga, On Hamlet, C.V. Wedgewood

264. Reed, Henry. "Salvador de Madariaga's 'On Hamlet'." Letter to the editor. Listener 40, no. 1025 (16 September 1948): 422.
Description: Reed's reply to de Madariaga's letter of September 2nd, mentions his recent attendance of the Oxford Players' Hamlet.

Journal: Salvador de Madariaga's 'On Hamlet' 
Subjects: Review, Radio
References: Salvador de Madariaga, On Hamlet

265. Tynan, Ken Peacock. "Salvador de Madariaga's 'On Hamlet'." Letter to the editor. Listener 40, no. 1027 (30 September 1948): 491.
Description: Tynan, director of the Oxford University Players' First Quarto Hamlet, writes in to defend his production.

Journal: Salvador de Madariaga's 'On Hamlet' 
Subjects: Criticism, Radio
References: Kenneth Peacock Tynan, Hamlet

266. Deutsch, Babette. Review of A Map of Verona, by Henry Reed. Tomorrow 8, no. 2 (October 1948): 58-59.
Description: Although Deutsch feels that Lessons of the War have a 'restrained power,' and some of Reed's poems 'exhibit a melancholy loveliness,' the book as a whole is left wanting.

Journal: Tomorrow, Oct. 1948 
Subjects: Criticism
References: Naming of Parts, Outside and In, The Door and the Window

267. Reed, Henry. "Salvador de Madariaga's 'On Hamlet'." Letter to the editor. Listener 40, no. 1028 (7 October 1948): 530.
Description: Reed's final word in the exchange over his radio talk of August 17, with an "apology" to Kenneth Tynan.

Journal: Salvador de Madariaga's 'On Hamlet' 
Subjects: Review, Radio
References: Salvador de Madariaga, On Hamlet, Kenneth Peacock Tynan

268. Rodman, Selden. "Albion's New Versifiers." Review of The New British Poets, edited by Kenneth Rexroth. New York Times Book Review, 19 December 1948, 4.
Description: Rodman wishes he could see more work by the likes of Henry Reed, Sidney Keyes, and Alun Lewis.

Newspaper: Albion's New Versifiers 
Subjects: Criticism
References: Kenneth Rexroth, The New British Poets, Keith Douglas, Adam Drinan, Roy Fuller, David Gascoyne, Louis Adeane, Vernon Watkins, Laurie Lee

269. Berlind, Bruce. "Partisan Review: Indication and Indictment." Hopkins Review 2, no. 2 (Spring 1949): 57-63 [59].
Description: Berlind calls Reed 'the one new poet of major promise.'

Journal: Partisan Review: Indication and Indictment 
Subjects: Criticism

270. Reed, Henry. The English Novel Since 1939. Berlin: Cornelsenverlag, 1949.
Description: German edition of Reed's critical pamphlet for the British Council.

Book: The English Novel Since 1939 
Subjects: Review
References: The Novel Since 1939

271. Reed, Henry. "What the Wireless Can Do for Literature." BBC Quarterly 3 (1948-1949): 217-222.
Description: Reed's radio manifesto, which contains 'that blunt, crude acknowledgment of the fact that some listeners are fools, and some are not, and that we cannot wait for the fools to catch up with their betters.'

Journal: What the Wireless Can Do for Literature 
Subjects: Review, Play, Radio
References: Louis MacNeice, V.S. Pritchett

272. Rexroth, Kenneth, ed. The New British Poets: An Anthology. Norfolk, Connecticut: New Directions, 1949. 179-180.
Description: Collects Reed's poems "Morning," and "The Door and the Window."

Anthology: The New British Poets 
Subjects: Poem, Biography
References: The Door and the Window, Morning

273. Rodman, Seldon, ed. 100 Modern Poems. New York: Pellegrin and Cudahy, 1949.

Anthology: 100 Modern Poems 
Subjects: Poem
References: Chard Whitlow

274. Reed, Henry. "Proust's Way." Reviews of Marcel Proust: A Selection from His Miscellaneous Writings translated by Gerard Hopkins, and The Two Worlds of Marcel Proust by Harold March. Observer, 16 January 1949, 4.
Description: Reed says, 'Proust, like Shakespeare, should be read as early in life as possible, and should be read entire.'

Newspaper: Proust's Way 
Subjects: Review
References: Marcel Proust, Gerard Hopkins, Harold March

275. Hope-Wallace, Philip. "Boo to a Goosegirl?" Broadcast Drama. Listener 41, no. 1046 (10 February 1949): 243.
Description: Review of Leopardi's "Moralities," translated by Henry Reed.

Journal: Boo to a Goosegirl? 
Subjects: Criticism, Radio
References: Giacomo Leopardi, Brief Moralities, Rayner Heppenstall, Robert Eddison

276. Times (London), "Broadcasting," 12 February 1949, 8.
Description: Schedule for broadcast of Reed's biographical program on Giacomo Leopardi, "Brief Moralities," in two parts. Part of the Imaginary Conversations series.

Newspaper: Broadcasting 
Subjects: Radio
References: Giacomo Leopardi, Brief Moralities

277. Advertisement for Marcel Proust: A Selection From His Miscellaneous Writings, translated by Gerard Hopkins. Spectator 182, no. 6295 (18 February 1949): 233.
Description: Ad quotes from Reed's January, 1949 Observer review of Hopkins's translations of Proust.

Journal: Advertisement for Marcel Proust 
Subjects: Review
References: Gerard Hopkins, Marcel Proust: A Selection From His Miscellaneous Writings

278. Page, James. "Radio Round Up." Our Time 8, no. 4 (April 1949): 107-108 [107].
Description: Thoughtful description of effects and transitions used in Reed's program on Leopardi, "Brief Moralities."

Journal: Radio Round Up 
Subjects: Criticism, Radio
References: Giacomo Leopardi, Brief Moralities

279. Times (London), "Broadcasting," 7 April 1949, 8.
Description: A radio talk by Reed, "Writers and Music," is scheduled for the Third Programme this evening.

Newspaper: Broadcasting 
Subjects: Review, Radio
References: Writers and Music

280. Leopardi, Giacomo. "Chorus of the Dead." Translated by Henry Reed. Listener 41, no 1057 (28 April 1949): 710.
Description: Reed's translation of Giacomo Leopardi's "Coro di Morti" was broadcast on the BBC on February 6, 1949. The poem was published in The Listener, April 28, 1949.

Journal: Chorus of the Dead 
Subjects: Translation, Poem
References: Giacomo Leopardi, Chorus of the Dead

281. Anderson, W.R. "Round About Radio." Musical Times 90, no. 1275 (May 1949): 161-162 [161].
Description: Comments on the radio talk "Writers and Music," in which Reed discussed the musical influences of Holst, among others.

Journal: Round About Radio 
Subjects: Criticism, Biography, Radio
References: Writers and Music, Gustav Holst

282. Radio Times, "The Unblest," 6 May 1949, 13.
Description: Broadcast schedule and cast information for Reed's play on the Italian poet, Leopardi.

Newspaper: The Unblest 
Subjects: Play, Radio
References: The Unblest, Giacomo Leopardi, Rayner Heppenstall, David King Wood, Carleton Hobbs, Gladys Young, Abraham Sofaer, Marjorie Westbury

283. Reed, Henry. "The Prisoner in the Palazzo." Radio Times, 6 May 1949, 7.
Description: An introduction to Reed's play 'in which he has dramatised the early life of the nineteenth-century Italian poet Leopardi.'

Newspaper: The Prisoner in the Palazzo 
Subjects: Play, Radio
References: The Unblest, Giacomo Leopardi

284. Radio Times, "The Unblest," 27 May 1949, 17.
Description: Broadcast schedule for a repeat broadcast of Reed's radio play on the Italian poet, Leopardi.

Newspaper: The Unblest 
Subjects: Play, Radio
References: The Unblest, Giacomo Leopardi, Rayner Heppenstall, David King Wood, Carleton Hobbs, Gladys Young, Marjorie Westbury

285. Times (London), "Broadcasting," 1 June 1949, 7.
Description: Reed's radio play about Giacomo Leopardi, The Unblest, premieres at 9:30 p.m. this evening, on the BBC's Third Programme.

Newspaper: Broadcasting 
Subjects: Play, Radio
References: The Unblest, Giacomo Leopardi

286. Reed, Henry. "Mum's the Word." Reviews of Hamlet and Œdipus by Ernest Jones, and Character and Motive in Shakespeare by J.I.M. Stewart. Listener 41, no. 1066 (30 June 1949): 1129.

Journal: Mum's the Word 
Subjects: Review
References: Ernest Jones, Hamlet and Oedipus, J.I.M. Stewart, Character and Motive in Shakespeare

287. Tiller, Terrence. "1904 and All That." Reviews of Poetry of the Present, edited by Geoffrey Grigson, and Contemporary Irish Poetry, edited by Robert Greacen and Valentin Iremonger. Tribune, 22 July 1949, 18-19 [19].
Description: Tiller is skeptical of Grigson's latest anthology, as it neglects to include Durrell, Reed, or himself.

Journal: 1904 and All That 
Subjects: Criticism
References: Lawrence Durrell

288. "Advertisement for Since 1939: 2." Listener 42, no. 1072 (11 August 1949): 243.
Description: Ad for the Phoenix House reprint of The Novel Since 1939.

Journal: Advertisement for Since 1939: 2 
Subjects: Biography
References: The Novel Since 1939, Robert Speaight, Stephen Spender, John Hayward

289. Pryce Jones, Alan. "Broadcasting and Literature." Listener 42, no. 1074 (25 August 1949): 317-319 [318].
Description: Pryce Jones says of the radio version of Moby Dick: '[I]t is absorbing to watch the skill with which Henry Reed has adapted Melville's dialogue, and tightened his plot into a more strictly dramatic form.'

Journal: Broadcasting and Literature 
Subjects: Criticism, Radio, Play
References: Louis MacNeice, The Voyage of Magellan, Edward Sackville-West, The Rescue, Moby Dick

290. Times (London), Advertisement for The Voice of a Stranger, by Emyr Humphreys, 27 September 1949, 7.
Description: A Reed radio talk is quoted for this book promotion: 'A real tragic feeling and vision permeate the book... clean, swift narrative power... art and skill.'

Newspaper: Advertisement for The Voice of a Stranger 
Subjects: Review
References: Emyr Humphreys, The Voice of a Stranger

291. "Shorter Notices." Review of Since 1939 (2). Spectator 183, no. 6328 (7 October 1949): 480.
Description: On the reissue of The Novel Since 1939: 'Mr. Reed is hardly tactful to write overtly as an "intellectual addressing other intellectuals," yet his essay is perhaps the most rewarding (for this very reason?).'

Journal: Shorter Notices 
Subjects: Criticism
References: The Novel Since 1939

292. "Molten Treasure." Review of Loving, by Henry Green. Time, 10 October 1949, 104.
Description: Quotes Reed as critic.

Journal: Molten Treasure 
Subjects: Criticism
References: Henry Green, Loving

293. Reed, Henry. "James in the Stalls." Review of The Scenic Art, by Henry James. Listener 42, no. 1081 (13 October 1949): 645.
Description: Reed's review of James' The Scenic Art: Notes on Acting and the Drama, 1872-1901, edited by Allen Wade and Rupert Hart-Davis (New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press, 1948).

Review: James in the Stalls 
Subjects: Review
References: Henry James, The Scenic Art

294. "Reviews." Review of Poetry of the Present, edited by Geoffrey Grigson. Notes and Queries 194, no. 19 (17 September 1949): 418.
Description: The reviewer laments the lack of inclusion of several poets, Henry Reed not the least.

Journal: Reviews 
Subjects: Criticism

295. Reed, Henry. "Rilke Once More." Christmas Books. Reviews of Rilke: Man and Poet, and Rilke and Benvenuta. Listener 42, no. 1089 (8 December 1949): 1014-1015.
Description: Reed reviews two books for the Christmas season: Purtscher-Wydenbruck's Rilke: Man and Poet (London: Lehmann, 1949), and von Graedener-Hattingberg's Rilke and Benvenuta, translated by Cyrus Brooks (London: Heinemann, 1949).

Review: Rilke Once More 
Subjects: Review
References: Nora Wydenbruck, Rilke: Man and Poet, Magda von Hattingberg, Rilke and Benvenuta: A Book of Thanks

296. Allott, Kenneth, ed. The Penguin Book of Contemporary Verse. Harmondsworth and Middlesex, England: Penguin, 1950.

Anthology: The Penguin Book of Contemporary Verse 
Subjects: Poem

297. Bogan, Louise. Works in the Humanities Published in Great Britain, 1939-1946: A Selective List. Washington, D.C.: Library of Congress, 1950. 78.
Description: Reed is placed among "new names of interest and importance" in poetry.

Book: Works in the Humanities Published in Great Britain 
Subjects: Criticism

298. Bridson, D.G. Introduction to The Christmas Child. London: Falcon, 1950. 10.
Description: From Bridson's Introduction: 'Archibald MacLeish, Louis MacNeice, Laurie Lee, Terence Tiller, Henry Reed and others, have taken to radio as to a new dramatic medium.'

Book: The Christmas Child 
Subjects: Criticism, Biography

299. Peschmann, Hermann. The Voice of Poetry (1930-1950): An Anthology. London: Evans Brothers, 1950. xviii, 150-151, 239, 249.
Description: Brief biographical sketch from Reed's own self-description, it would seem.

Anthology: The Voice of Poetry 
Subjects: Poem
References: Naming of Parts

300. Sergeant, Howard, ed. These Years: An Anthology of Contemporary Poetry. Leeds, England: Arnold, 1950.

Anthology: These Years 
Subjects: Poem

301. Reed, Henry. "The Changeling." Listener 43, no. 1095 (19 January 1950): 115.

Journal: The Changeling 
Subjects: Poem
References: The Changeling

302. Times (London), "Broadcasting," 28 February 1950, 7.
Description: Part 8 in series on the "English Novel" continues this evening, with Henry Reed on James Joyce.

Newspaper: Broadcasting 
Subjects: Radio
References: James Joyce

303. Times (London), "Broadcasting," 7 March 1950, 9.
Description: Reed's radio play on Giacomo Leopardi's final years, The Monument, premieres this evening on the Third Programme.

Newspaper: Broadcasting 
Subjects: Radio, Play
References: The Monument

304. Reed, Henry. "James Joyce: The Triple Exile." Listener 43, no. 1102 (9 March 1950): 437-439.
Description: Reed radio talk on the nature of Joyce's art, and his effect on the English novel.

Journal: James Joyce: The Triple Exile 
Subjects: Review, Radio
References: James Joyce, Ulysses, Finnegan's Wake

305. Armstrong, Martin. "Moot Points." Listener 43, no. 1103 (16 March 1950): 492.
Description: Armstrong decides the conclusions of Reed's radio talk on Joyce, "The Triple Exile," are simply moot.

Journal: Moot Points 
Subjects: Criticism, Radio
References: James Joyce, The Triple Exile

306. Hope-Wallace, Philip. "Laying a Ghost." Listener 43, no. 1103 (16 March 1950): 492.
Description: Dismisses Reed's Leopardi plays as "interesting and admirably done, as far as that kind of thing goes."

Journal: The Listener 
Subjects: Criticism, Play, Radio
References: Giocomo Leopardi, The Unblest, The Monument, Rayner Heppenstall

307. Reed, Henry. "L'Enfer, c'est Moi." Review of A Season in Hell, by Arthur Rimbaud. Translated by Norman Cameron. Listener 43, no. 1108 (20 April 1950): 703.
Description: Review of Norman Cameron's translation of Rimbaud's Une Saison en Enfer (London: John Lehmann, 1949).

Review: L'Enfer, c'est Moi 
Subjects: Review, Translation
References: Arthur Rimbaud, A Season in Hell, Norman Cameron

308. Reed, Henry. "Movement of Bodies." Listener 43, no. 1106 (6 April 1950): 609.

Journal: Movement of Bodies 
Subjects: Poem
References: Movement of Bodies

309. Leopardi, Giacomo. "The Infinite." Translated by Henry Reed. Listener 43, no. 1113 (25 May 1950): 924.
Description: Reed's translation of Giacomo Leopardi's poem, "L'Infinito," was broadcast on BBC radio on January 12, 1975, and first appeared in print in the June 1, 1950 Listener.

Journal: The Infinite 
Subjects: Translation, Poem
References: Giacomo Leopardi, The Infinite

310. Leopardi, Giacomo. "To Himself." Translated by Henry Reed. Listener 43, no 1114 (1 June 1950): 957.
Description: Leopardi's poem "A se Stesso," translated by Reed.

Poem: To Himself 
Subjects: Translation
References: To Himself

311. Reed, Henry. "Imitation." Listener 43, no. 1116 (15 June 1950): 1016.
Description: Reed imitates both Arnauld and Leopardi.

Journal: Imitation 
Subjects: Poem
References: Imitation, Giacomo Leopardi, Antoine Arnauld

312. Times (London). "Broadcasting." 20 June 1950, 6.
Description: Schedule for Wynford Vaughan Thomas program, "A Day in Naples," which Reed assisted with the production.

Newspaper: Broadcasting 
Subjects: Biography
References: Wynford Vaughan Thomas, A Day in Naples

313. Times (London), "Aldeburgh Festival," 24 June 1950, 2.
Description: At a concert tribute to Bach, poems by Auden, Eliot and Reed are recited.

Newspaper: Aldeburgh Festival 
Subjects: Miscellaneous
References: Grizelda Harvey

314. J.O.C. "The Aldeburgh Festival." Musical Times 91, no. 1289 (July 1950): 280.
Description: Describes a concert of 'sacred music and poetry' at which Bach canatas were alternated with poems by Auden, Eliot, and Reed.

Journal: The Aldeburgh Festival 
Subjects: Miscellaneous

315. Times (London), "Broadcasting," 17 August 1950, 6.
Description: Reed's radio play Return to Naples premieres this evening at 9:15 p.m., on the BBC's Third Programme.

Newspaper: Broadcasting 
Subjects: Play, Radio
References: Return to Naples

316. Times (London), "Broadcasting," 8 November 1950, 11.
Description: Reed's study of the Italian poet Leopardi is rebroadcast this evening on the Third Programme.

Newspaper: Broadcasting 
Subjects: Play, Radio
References: The Monument

317. Reed, Henry. "New Novels." Reviews of Disobedience, Across the River and Into the Trees, Helena, Confessions of a Novice, and The Circle of the Minotaur. Listener 44, no. 1132 (9 November 1950): 515.
Description: Reed reviews new fiction, including Waugh's Helena (London: Chapman & Hall, 1950).

Review: New Novels 
Subjects: Review
References: Disobedience, Alberto Moravia, Across the River and Into the Trees, Ernest Hemingway, Helena, Evelyn Waugh, Confession of a Novice, Guido Piovene, The Circle of the Minotaur, Stuart Hood

318. Reed, Henry. "New Novels." Reviews of Dead Man Over All, Operation Heartbreak, Neapolitan Gold, and The Sunnier Side. Listener 44, no. 1134 (23 November 1950): 609.
Description: Reviews of newly-published novels.

Review: New Novels 
Subjects: Review
References: Walter Allen, Dead Man Over All, Rupert Hart-Davis, Operation Heartbreak, Giusepee Marotta, Neapolitan Gold, Charles Jackson, The Sunnier Side

319. Reed, Henry. "New Novels." Listener 44, no. 1137 (14 December 1950): 757.
Description: Reed reviews newly published novels.

Review: New Novels 
Subjects: Review
References: Jean-Louis Curtis, The Forests of the Night, John Hersey, The Wall, Tennessee Williams, The Roman Spring of Mrs. Stone, Peter Taylor, A Woman of Means

320. Reed, Henry. A By-Election in the Nineties. BBC radio broadcast, 1951.
Description: A lighthearted radio comedy, regarding a special election in a Hardyesque Dorchester.

Play: A By-Election in the Nineties 
Subjects: Play
References: A By-Election in the Nineties

321. Roberts, Michael, and Anne Ridler, eds. The Faber Book of Modern Verse, rev. ed. London: Faber and Faber, 1951.
Description: The supplement to the new edition adds the work of Kathleen Raine, W.R. Rodgers, F.T. Prince, Henry Reed, W.S. Graham, and others who have emerged during and since the Second World War.

Anthology: The Faber Book of Modern Verse 
Subjects: Poem
References: Judging Distances

322. Williams, Oscar, ed. A Little Treasury of British Poetry: The Chief Poets from 1500 to 1950. New York: Scribner, 1951.

Anthology: A Little Treasury of British Poetry 
Subjects: Poem
References: The Wall, Judging Distances, Lives, Unarmed Combat

323. Times (London), "Arts and Entertainment," 1 January 1951, V.
Description: In this summary of radio from 1950, 'the programmes on the poet Leopardi were outstanding.'

Newspaper: Arts and Entertainment 
Subjects: Play, Radio
References: The Unblest, The Monument

324. Reed, Henry. "New Novels and Stories." Listener 45, no. 1140 (4 January 1951): 33.
Description: Reed reviews two new novels, and two collections of short stories.

Review: New Novels and Stories 
Subjects: Review
References: John O'Hara, A Rage to Live, Ernest Frost, The Lighted Cities, Paul Bowles, A Little Stone, William Sansom, The Passionate North

325. Salter, William. "Radio Notes." New Statesman and Nation 41, no. 1046 (24 March 1951): 342.
Description: A short review of Reed's radio play, A By-Election in the Nineties, originally broadcast on the BCC Third Programme on March 12, 1951. 'It wasn't rendered absurd enough, it wasn't funny enough, and the wit wasn't sharp or cruel enough for satire.'

Journal: Radio Notes 
Subjects: Criticism, Radio, Play
References: A By-Election in the Nineties

326. Salter, Williams. "Radio Notes." New Statesman and Nation 41, no. 1048 (7 April 1951): 392.
Description: Salter finds Reed's Canterbury Cathedral: An Exploration in Sound to be 'the most exciting feature programme I have heard for many, many months.'

Journal: Radio Notes 
Subjects: Play, Radio
References: Elisabeth Lutyens, Canterbury Cathedral

327. Times (London), "Broadcasting," 9 April 1951, 6.
Description: Reed's play on Giacomo Leopardi, The Unblest, is rerun this evening.

Newspaper: Broadcasting 
Subjects: Play, Radio
References: The Unblest

328. Times (London), "Broadcasting," 9 April 1951, 6.
Description: Reed's 'play about Leopardi,' The Unblest, is scheduled for this evening.

Newspaper: Broadcasting 
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: The Unblest, Giacomo Leopardi

329. Times (London), "Broadcasting," 14 April 1951, 8.
Description: Reed's radio play Return to Naples reruns this evening on the Third Programme.

Newspaper: Broadcasting 
Subjects: Play, Radio
References: Return to Naples

330. Reed, Henry. "Towards 'The Cocktail Party'." Listener 45, no. 1158 (10 May 1951): 763-764.
Description: The first of two radio talks by Reed on the problems presented by dramatic writing.

Journal: Towards 'The Cocktail Party' 
Subjects: Review, Radio
References: T.S. Eliot, Henry James, Thomas Hardy, Henrik Ibsen

331. Reed, Henry. "Towards 'The Cocktail Party'— II." Listener 45, no. 1159 (17 May 1951): 803-804.
Description: The second of Reed's radio talks on the problems of dramatic writing.

Journal: Towards 'The Cocktail Party' — II 
Subjects: Review, Radio
References: George Bernard Shaw, Shakespeare, Hamlet, T.S. Eliot

332. Shayon, Robert Lewis. "TV and Radio." Saturday Review of Literature, 19 May 1951, 28.
Description: Lutyen's compostition, Canterbury Cathedral, written by Reed, is heard on WNYC, courtesy of the BBC's "World Theatre" series.

Newspaper: TV and Radio 
Subjects: Criticism, Radio
References: Elisabeth Lutyens, Canterbury Catherdral

333. Palmer, Herbert. "English Poetry: 1938-1950—I." Fortnightly 1017 N.S. (September 1951): 624-628 [627].
Description: Reed is included in the roll of poets who 'made their first appearance, or chief appearance, after 1937....'

Journal: English Poetry: 1938-1950 
Subjects: Criticism

334. Schorer, Mark. "Native Boy in Patent Leather Shoes." Review of Mister Johnson, by Joyce Cary. New York Times, 7 October 1951, 1, 41 [1].
Description: This review of Mister Johnson quotes Reed's 1949 New Statesman article on Joyce Cary.

Newspaper: Native Boy in Patent Leather Shoes 
Subjects: Review
References: Joyce Cary, Mister Johnson

335. Times (London), "Broadcasting," 20 October 1951, 3.
Description: An excerpt of Hardy's Dynasts, adpated by Reed, is scheduled for BBC Home Service this evening.

Newspaper: Broadcasting 
Subjects: Poem, Radio
References: The Battle of Trafalgar, The Dynasts

336. Bliss, Arthur. The Enchantress: Scena for Contralto and Orchestra. Words by Henry Reed. London: Novello & Company, 1952.
Description: Reed's adaptation of a passage from the Second Idyll of Theocritus, set to music by Arthur Bliss.

Book: The Enchantress 
Subjects: Poem

337. Lehmann, John, ed. Pleasures of New Writing: An Anthology of Poems, Stories, and Other Prose Pieces from the Pages of New Writing. London: Lehamnn, 1952. 186.
Description: Collects one of Reed's Tintagel poems, "Iseult la Belle."

Anthology: Pleasures of New Writing 
Subjects: Poem
References: Iseult la Belle

338. "Reed, Henry." Who's Who, 1952. New York: Macmillan, 1952. 2387.
Description: Reed's first appearance in Who's Who.

Book: Reed, Henry 
Subjects: Biography
References: Moby Dick, The Novel Since 1939

339. Williams, Oscar. Immortal Poems of the English Language: An Anthology. New York: Pocket Books, 1952. 604-605.

Anthology: Immortal Poems of the English Language 
Subjects: Poem
References: Naming of Parts

340. Radio Times, Billing for Malatesta, 22 February 1952, 27.
Description: Reed's translation of de Montherlant's play is scheduled for February 26, 1952.

Journal: Billing for Malatesta 
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: Henry de Montherlant, Howard Marion-Crawford, E.A. Harding

341. Trewin, J.C. "Collectors' Pieces." Listener 47, no. 1201 (6 March 1952): 399.
Description: Trewin calls Reed's translation of de Montherlant's Malatesta 'an elaborate, wordy invention, often strangled in its own verbiage.'

Journal: Collectors' Pieces 
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: Henri de Montherlant, Malatesta

342. Radio Times, "Marius Goring and Flora Robson in 'The Streets of Pompeii,'" 14 March 1952, 19, 31.
Description: Broadcast schedule and cast information for Reed's award-winning radio drama, The Streets of Pompeii.

Newspaper: Marius Goring and Flora Robson in "The Streets of Pompeii" 
Subjects: Play, Radio
References: The Streets of Pompeii, Flora Robson, Marius Goring, Robert Rietty, Gwen Cherrell, Anthony Smith-Masters, Douglas Cleverdon

343. Reed, Henry. Radio Times (14 March 1952): 11.
Description: Introduction to The Streets of Pompeii.

Journal:  
Subjects: Play
References: The Streets of Pompeii

344. Trewin, J.C. "Return Journeys." Listener 47, no. 1203 (20 March 1952): 487.
Description: Trewin's review of the original broadcast of Reed's play, The Streets of Pompeii. '[A] real and terrifying journey.'

Journal: The Listener, Mar. 1952 
Subjects: Criticism
References: The Streets of Pompeii

345. "London Concerts." Review of London Symphony Orchestra, Royal Festival Hall, 6 April 1952. Musical Times 93, no. 1311 (May 1952): 221-225 [224].
Description: The London Symphony Orchestra performed Reed's Bliss collaboration, The Enchantress.

Journal: London Concerts 
Subjects: Biography
References: Arthur Bliss, The Enchantress

346. Reed, Henry. "For Younger Readers." Review of Our Exploits at West Poley, by Thomas Hardy. Listener 48, no. 1232 (9 October 1952): 599-600.
Description: Reed believes this new edition will "scarcely" make Hardy's book a children's classic, but believes 'there is some small sort of eternal summer about it."

Journal: For Younger Readers 
Subjects: Review
References: Thomas Hardy, Our Exploits at West Poley

347. Radio Times, "The Great Desire I Had: Shakespeare and Italy," 24 October 1952, 19, 35.
Description: Broadcast schedule and cast information for Reed's fictional account of Shakespeare visiting Italy.

Newspaper: The Great Desire I Had: Shakespeare and Italy 
Subjects: Play, Radio
References: The Great Desire I Had, Marius Goring, Flora Robson, John Phillips, Frank Duncan, Carleton Hobbs, Douglas Cleverdon

348. Reed, Henry. "Did Shakespeare Go to Italy?" Radio Times, 24 October 1952, 7.
Description: Reed 'explains how he has let his imagination play round the possibilities' of Shakespeare being inspired by a visit to Italy.

Newspaper: Did Shakespeare Go to Italy? 
Subjects: Play, Radio
References: The Great Desire I Had, William Shakespeare, Vincenzo Gonzaga

349. Trewin, J.C. "Just Imagine It." Review of The Great Desire I Had by Henry Reed. Listener 48, no. 1235 (30 October 1952): 737.
Description: A warm, but critical, reception for Reed's Shakespeare-in-Italy play, The Great Desire I Had.

Journal: Just Imagine It 
Subjects: Criticism, Play, Radio
References: The Great Desire I Had

350. Jarrell, Randall. Poetry and the Age. New York: Vintage Books, 1953. 157.
Description: Jarrell looks 'in vain for a single poem by Robert Lowell, Henry Reed, Howard Baker, and many another' in Oscar Williams' A Little Treasury of Modern Poetry (1946).

Book: Poetry and the Age 
Subjects: Criticism

351. O'Donnell, Margaret J., comp. An Anthology of Contemporary Verse. London: Blackie & Son, 1953. 79-81.
Description: Collects Reed's poem, "Movement of Bodies."

Anthology: An Anthology of Contemporary Verse 
Subjects: Poem
References: Movement of Bodies

352. William Phillips, and Philip Rahv, eds. New Partisan Reader: 1945-1953 London: Andre Deutsch, 1953. 164-171.
Description: Collects Reed's poem, "The Door and the Window," published in the Partisan Review in 1947.

Anthology: New Partisan Reader: 1945-1953, The 
Subjects: Poem
References: Door and the Window

353. Pritchett, V.S. "W.W. Jacobs." Books in General. London: Chatto and Windus, 1953. 235-241 [237, 238].
Description: This study of Jacobs' stories and novels quotes from Reed's Introduction to Dialstone Lane (Eyre & Spottiswoode, 1947).

Chapter: W.W. Jacobs 
Subjects: Criticism
References: W.W. Jacobs, Dialstone Lane

354. Reed, Henry. "Aubade for Coronation Morning." In A Garland for the Queen, music by Arthur Bliss. London: Stainer and Bell, 1953.
Description: One of a group of modern madrigals set by Sir Arthur Bliss for the 1953 Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II.

Sound: Aubade for Coronation Morning 
Subjects: Poem
References: Aubade

355. Reed, Henry. A Very Great Man Indeed. In Hilda Tablet and Others: Four Pieces for Radio. London, British Broadcasting Corporation, 1971.
Description: An earnest young biographer collects material for his subject, a famous novelist, in this satirical radio comedy, which introduced Reed's most well-known character, Hilda Tablet, played by Mary O'Farrell. Broadcast in 1953.

Play: A Very Great Man Indeed 
Subjects: Play
References: A Very Great Man Indeed

356. Selwyn, Lucy, and Laurier Lister, comps. The Apollo Anthology. London: Murray, 1953. 144.
Description: Anthology collects "Naming of Parts."

Anthology: The Apollo Anthology 
Subjects: Poem
References: Naming of Parts

357. Union Européenne de Radiodiffusion. Répertoire D'oevres Radiophoniques. Collection Documents series, 1953. 89.
Description: Contains short summaries of European radio plays, including production details for Reed's 1949 play on the life of Giacomo Leopardi, The Unblest.

Journal: Répertoire D'oevres Radiophoniques 
Subjects: Play, Biography
References: The Unblest, Giacomo Leopardi

358. Steer, Barbara D.G. "Shakespeare and Italy." Notes and Queries 198, no. 1 (January 1953): 23.
Description: A theory on Shakespeare's Italian influences is provoked by an ad for Reed's radio play, The Great Desire I Had.

Journal: Shakespeare and Italy 
Subjects: Criticism
References: Shakespeare, The Great Desire I Had

359. Times (London), "Musicians and Poets," 26 January 1953, 2.
Description: The Arts Council announces the composers and poets commissioned for Queen Elizabeth II's Coronation, including Reed.

Newspaper: Musicians and Poets 
Subjects: Biography
References: Arthur Bliss, The Enchantress

360. New York Times. "M'Neice is Heard in Readings Here." 6 March 1953, 29.
Description: Louis MacNeice read from his work and others' (including Reed), at a reading hosted by the Poetry Center of the Lexington Avenue YMHA/YWHA.

Newspaper: M'Neice is Heard in Readings Here 
Subjects: Criticism, Biography
References: Louis MacNeice

361. Times (London), "Broadcasting," 30 March 1955, 3.
Description: Vincenzo, Reed's radio play on Vincenzo Gonzaga, Duke of Mantua, is scheduled for broadcast tonight.

Newspaper: Broadcasting 
Subjects: Play, Radio
References: Vincenzo

362. Times (London), "Broadcasting," 25 April 1953, 8.
Description: Reed's play The Streets of Pompeii is set to replay this evening on the BBC's Third Programme.

Newspaper: Broadcasting 
Subjects: Play, Radio
References: The Streets of Pompeii, Marius Goring, Flora Robson

363. Reed, Henry. "Ruggeri." New Statesman and Nation 45, no. 1156 (2 May 1953): 515-516.
Description: Reflections on the performances of the great Italian actor, Ruggero Ruggeri.

Journal: Ruggeri 
Subjects: Review, Radio
References: Ruggero Ruggeri, Tutto per Bene

364. Times (London), "Coronation Eve Music." Review of "A Garland for the Queen," Festival Hall, London, 1 June 1953. 2 June 1953, 10.
Description: The reviewer of the choral piece commissioned for the Coronation of Queen Elizabeth II says that 'Bliss' "Aubade" catches with felicity the evocations of Henry Reed's poem.'

Newspaper: Coronation Eve Music 
Subjects: Criticism, Miscellaneous
References: Arthur Bliss, The Enchantress

365. Times (London), "The Harmonious Grumbler." Review of Ideas and Places, by Cyril Connolly, 6 June 1953, 7.
Description: Connolly's book reprints "The Cost of Letters," a 1946 Horizon questionnaire given to British authors, which includes Reed.

Newspaper: The Harmonious Grumbler 
Subjects: Biography
References: The Cost of Letters

366. Reed, Henry. "'If and Perhaps and But'." Listener 49, no. 1268 (18 June 1953): 1017-1018.
Description: Reed's radio essay on Eliot's critical prose, in the light of publication of the Selected Prose.

Journal: If and Perhaps and But 
Subjects: Review
References: T.S. Eliot, John Hayward, Selected Prose

367. Reed, Henry. "'Henry James, Jr....'." Review of Henry James: The Untried Years, 1843-1870, by Leon Edel. Listener (25 June 1953): 1059-1060.
Description: Reed's review of Edel's Henry James: The Untried Years (London: Hart-Davis, 1953).

Journal: Henry James, Jr.... 
Subjects: Review
References: Henry James, Leon Edel, Henry James: The Untried Years

368. Jones, David. Letter to the editor. Listener 50, no 1270 (2 July 1953): 22.
Description: Jones' repsonse to Reed's essay "If and Perhaps and But" from June 18: 'Such a change [in poetry] would seem to require some kind of civilisational change.'

Journal: Letter to the editor 
Subjects: Criticism
References: If and Perhaps and But

369. Reed, Henry. "'If and Perhaps and But'." Letter to the editor. Listener 50, no. 1272 (16 July 1953): 105.
Description: Response to Jones' letter to the editor of July 2nd, regarding Reed's radio talk on Eliot.

Journal: If and Perhaps and But 
Subjects: Review
References: T.S. Eliot, David Jones

370. New York Times Book Review. "Herbert Read," Queries and Answers. 19 July 1953, 23.
Description: A reader's query looking for the Herbert Read poem which begins 'Today I am sixty-two, last year at this time I was, etc.'

Newspaper: Queries and Answers 
Subjects: Miscellaneous
References: Chard Whitlow

371. Times (London), "Broadcasting," 4 August 1953, 11.
Description: Reed's play, Return to Naples premieres this evening on the BBC's Third Programme.

Newspaper: Broadcasting 
Subjects: Play, Radio
References: Return to Naples

372. New York Times Book Review. "Herbert Read," Queries and Answers. 16 August 1953, 19.
Description: The poem a reader was seeking turns out to be Reed's "Chard Whitlow."

Newspaper: Queries and Answers 
Subjects: Miscellaneous
References: Chard Whitlow

373. Radio Times, "Fun in Literary Bohemia," Both Sides of the Microphone, 4 September 1953, 6-7.
Description: A short introduction to the world in Reed's radio play, A Very Great Man Indeed.

Newspaper: Fun in Literary Bohemia 
Subjects: Play, Radio
References: A Very Great Man Indeed

374. Radio Times, "Hugh Burden in 'A Very Great Man Indeed,' 4 September 1953, 19, 31.
Description: Broadcast schedule and cast information for the first play in Reed's Hilda Tablet cycle, A Very Great Man Indeed.

Newspaper: Hugh Burden in "A Very Great man Indeed" 
Subjects: Play, Radio
References: A Very Great Man Indeed, Douglas Cleverdon, Hugh Burden, Carleton Hobbs, Gwen Cherrell, Marjorie Westbury, Frank Duncan, Susan Richmond, Mary O'Farrell, Donald Swann

375. Times (London), "Broadcasting," 7 September 1953, 4.
Description: The premiere of Reed's radio play, A Very Great Man Indeed, is this evening.

Newspaper: Broadcasting 
Subjects: Play, Radio
References: A Very Great Man Indeed

376. Salter, William. "Radio Notes." New Statesman and Nation 46, no. 1176 (19 September 1953): 315.
Description: Salter calls the debut of Reed's radio play, A Very Great Man Indeed, 'extremely good fun.'

Journal: Radio Notes 
Subjects: Criticism, Play
References: A Very Great Man Indeed, Carleton Hobbs

377. Reed, Henry. "Cabaco's Song." Music & Letters 34, no. 4 (October 1953): 314.
Description: Originally part of Reed's Moby Dick: A Play for Radio from Herman Melville's Novel (Jonathan Cape, 1947).

Journal: Cabaco's Song 
Subjects: Poem
References: Cabaco's Song

378. Committee on Bibliography of the American Literature Group of the Modern Language Association. "Articles on American Literature Appearing in Current Periodicals." American Literature 25, no. 3 (November 1953): 409 (397-416).
Description: This bibliography lists Reed's essay on Eliot's critical prose from The Listener of June 18.

Journal: Articles on American Literature 
Subjects: Criticism
References: If and Perhaps and But

379. Salter, William. "Radio Notes." New Statesman and Nation 46, no. 1183 (7 November 1953): 561-562 [561].
Description: Reviewing the revamped programme, First Reading, Salter places Reed among 'the best writers for radio.'

Journal: Radio Notes 
Subjects: Criticism
References: V.S. Pritchett, Geoffrey Grigson, Louis MacNeice, Christopher Sykes

380. Salter, William. "Radio Notes." New Statesman and Nation 46, no. 1187 (5 December 1953): 716.
Description: Salter reviews Reed's radio adaptation of Pirandello's Tutto per bene, and finds that it 'remained obstinately at the level of a problem in the theory of knowledge.'

Journal: Radio Notes 
Subjects: Criticism, Play, Translation
References: Luigi Pirandello, All for the Best, Vivienne Chatterton, Peter Claughton, Norman Shelley, George Hayes

381. Hampson, John. "Gordon Herickx—An Appeal." Spectator 191, no. 6547 (18 December 1953): 726.
Description: An appeal for funds after the untimely death of Birmingham sculptor Gordon Herickx.

Journal: Gordon Herickx 
Subjects: Biography
References: Walter Allen, Dorothy Baker, John Lehmann, Louis MacNeice, Olivia Manning, E.R. Dodds, William Plomer

382. Lehmann, John. The Whispering Gallery: Autobiography I. New York: Harcourt, Brace, 1954. 263.
Description: Lehmann mentions Reed reviewing Auden for the University of Birmingham's magazine, The Mermaid.

Book: The Whispering Gallery 
Subjects: Biography, Criticism
References: W.H. Auden

383. Potter, Stephen, comp. The Sense of Humour. New York: Henry Holt, 1954. 122-123, 146-149.
Description: Collects three Henry Reed poems: "Naming of Parts," "Judging Distances," and a parody of Thomas Hardy.

Anthology: The Sense of Humour 
Subjects: Poem, Parody
References: Stoutheart on the Southern Railway, Naming of Parts, Juding Distances

384. Reed, Henry. Emily Butter. Unpublished radio script. Broadcast on BBC Third Programme, 1955.
Description: A mostly-operatic performance by an almost entirely female cast, this 1954 play was conceived as a composition by Reed's Hilda Tablet character.

Play: Emily Butter 
Subjects: Play
References: Emily Butter

385. Reed, Henry. The Private Life of Hilda Tablet. In Hilda Tablet and Others: Four Pieces for Radio. London, British Broadcasting Corporation, 1971.
Description: "Full frontal nudity was heard on radio for the first time," as Reed described it, in this 1954 follow-up to A Very Great Man Indeed.

Play: The Private Life of Hilda Tablet 
Subjects: Play
References: The Private Life of Hilda Tablet

386. Rombi, Paride. Perdu and His Father. Translated by Henry Reed. London: Hart-Davis, 1954.
Description: Reed translated Rombi's novel from the original Italian.

Book: Perdu and His Father 
Subjects: Translation
References: Perdu and His Father, Paride Rombi

387. Tillotson, Kathleen. Novels of the Eighteen-Forties. Oxford: Clarendon, 1954. 20.
Description: Briefly quotes from Reed's The Novel Since 1939.

Book: Novels of the Eighteen-Forties 
Subjects: Criticism, Review
References: The Novel Since 1939

388. Bevington, Helen. "Books." Review of Poetry and the Age, by Randall Jarrell. South Atloantic Quarterly 53, no. 1 (January 1954): 152.
Description: Points out that Jarrell's original attack on Williams' Little Treasury of Modern Poetry (for lacking Lowell and Reed) was based on the early, unrevised edition.

Journal: Books 
Subjects: Criticism
References: Randall Jarrell, Oscar Williams

389. "Review of Music." Review of A Garland for the Queen: Songs for Mixed Voices. Music and Letters 35, no. 1 (January 1954) 69-70.
Description: Review of the musical tribute to Queen Elizabeth for her coronation, which includes Bliss and Reed's The Enchantress.

Journal: Review of Music 
Subjects: Criticism
References: Arthur Bliss, The Enchantress

390. Times (London), "Births," 6 January 1954, 8.
Description: Michael Ramsbotham is listed as godparent for a Christening.

Newspaper: Births 
Subjects: Biography
References: Michael Ramsbotham

391. Reed, Henry. "A Map of Verona." Listener 51, no. 1298 (14 January 1954): 103, 105.
Description: Reed's "A Map of Verona" was chosen by J.R. Ackerley to be reprinted for The Listener's 25th anniversary issue.

Journal: A Map of Verona 
Subjects: Poem
References: A Map of Verona

392. Times (London), "New Fiction: Of Human Bondage." Review of Perdu and His Father, by Paride Rombi, translated by Henry Reed, 30 January 1954, 5.
Description: The critic for The Times believes Rombi is 'well served' by his translator.

Newspaper: New Fiction 
Subjects: Criticism, Translation
References: Paride Rombi, Perdu and His Father

393. Zolotow, Sam. "'Magic and Loss' Arrives Tonight." New York Times, 9 April 1954, 21.
Description: Mentions upcoming London production of Reed's adaptation of Betti's The Isle of Goats.

Newspaper: Magic and Loss Arrives Tonight 
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: Ugo Betti, Crime on Goat Island

394. Frenaye, Frances. "Desperate Search." Review of Perdu, by Peride Rombi, translated by Henry Reed. New York Times Book Review, 2 May 1954, 4.
Description: Book review of Reed's translation of Rombi's Perdu.

Newspaper: Desperate Search 
Subjects: Criticism, Translation
References: Peride Rombi, Perdu and His Father

395. Times (London), "Broadcasting," 13 May 1954, 2.
Description: Reed is scheduled to appear on a program called "Literary Opinion," with J.D. Scott, David Daiches, and Graham Hough.

Newspaper: Broadcasting 
Subjects: Radio
References: J.D. Scott, David Daiches, Graham Hough

396. Radio Times, "Mary O'Farrell and Hugh Burden in 'The Private Life of Hilda Tablet': A Parenthesis for Radio," 21 May 1954, 19, 31.
Description: Broadcast schedule and cast credits for the second play in Reed's Hilda Tablet series.

Newspaper: Mary O'Farrell and Hugh Burden in "The Private Life of Hilda Tablet" 
Subjects: Play, Radio
References: The Private Life of Hilda Tablet, Douglas Cleverdon, Mary O'Farrell, Hugh Burden, Carleton Hobbs, Marjorie Westbury, Susan Richmond, Frank Duncan, Deryck Guyler, Donald Swann

397. Reed, Henry. "Mary O'Farrell and Hugh Burden in 'The Private Life of Hilda Tablet': A Parenthesis for Radio." Radio Times, 21 May 1954, 19.
Description: Reed contributes a brief introduction.

Newspaper: Mary O'Farrell and Hugh Burden in The Private Life of Hilda Tabler 
Subjects: Play, Radio
References: The Private Life of Hilda Tablet

398. Times (London), "Broadcasting," 24 May 1954, 4.
Description: The premiere of Reed's play The Private Life of Hilda Tablet: A Parenthesis for Radio is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. this evening, on the Third Programme.

Newspaper: Broadcasting 
Subjects: Play, Radio
References: The Private Life of Hilda Tablet, Mary O'Farrell, Hugh Burden

399. Condon, Richard A. "Reed's 'Naming of Parts.'" Explicator 12, no. 8 (June 1954): 54.
Description: Richard Condon's summary and critical analysis of Reed's poem, "Naming of Parts."

Journal: The Explicator 
Subjects: Criticism
References: Naming of Parts

400. Trewin, J.C. "Alive and Dead." Listener 51, no. 1318 (3 June 1954): 983-984.
Description: Trewin's review of the original BBC broadcast of The Private Life of Hilda Tablet.

Book: The Listener 
Subjects: Criticism
References: The Private Life of Hilda Tablet

401. Zolotow, Sam. "British Firm Buys Satire by Wilson." New York Times 28 July 1954, 28.
Description: Describes plans for a local production of Betti's The Isle of Goats, as adapted by Reed.

Newspaper: British Firm Buys Satire by Wilson 
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: Ugo Betti, Crime on Goat Island, Angus Wilson, The Mulberry Bush

402. Times (London), "Broadcasting," 23 August 1954, 2.
Description: An encore of Reed's play The Private Life of Hilda Tablet is set for this evening.

Newspaper: Broadcasting 
Subjects: Play, Radio
References: The Private Life of Hilda Tablet

403. Luciani, Vincent. "Bibliography of Italian Studies in America." Italica 31, no. 3 (September 1954): 179-186 [181].
Description: Cites Reed's 1954 translation of Rombi's Perdu.

Journal: Bibliography of Italian Studies in America 
Subjects: Miscellaneous
References: Peride Rombi, Perdu and His Father

404. Times (London), "Ugo Betti Play Broadcast: The Avant Garde Theatre." Review of The Queen and the Rebels, by Ugo Betti, translated by Henry Reed, BBC Third Programme, 17 October 1954. 19 October 1954, 10.
Description: Review of the premiere broadcast of Betti's play, La Regina e gli Insorti, adapted for radio by Reed.

Newspaper: Ugo Betti Play Broadcast 
Subjects: Criticism, Play, Translation, Radio
References: Ugo Betti, The Queen and the Rebels

405. Radio Times, "Emily Butter: An Occasion Recalled," 12 November 1954, 11.
Description: Broadcast schedule and cast credits for the first performance of 'Hilda Tablet's opera at the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden.'

Newspaper: Emily Butter: An Occasion Recalled 
Subjects: Play, Radio
References: Emily Butter, Mary O'Farrell, Hugh Burden, Frank Duncan, Marjorie Westbury, Deryck Guyler, Douglas Cleverdon

406. Times (London), "Operatic Satire on Third Programme." Review of Emily Butter, by Henry Reed, BBC Third Programme, 14 November 1954. 15 November 1954, 11.
Description: A review of the premiere broadcast of Reed's all-female ensemble play, Emily Butter.

Newspaper: Operatic Satire on Third Programme 
Subjects: Criticism, Play, Radio
References: Emily Butter

407. Reed, Henry. "Discoveries About Hardy." Review of Thomas Hardy: A Bibliographical Study, by Richard L. Purdy. Listener 52, no. 1344 (2 December 1954): 975.
Description: Review of Purdy's Thomas Hardy: A Bibliographical Study (London: Oxford University Press, 1954).

Journal: Discoveries About Hardy 
Subjects: Review
References: Thomas Hardy, Richard L. Purdy, Thomas Hardy: A Bibliographical Study

408. "Publishers Anonymous." Christmas Diversions. New Statesman and Nation 48, no. 1242 (25 December 1954): 858-859 [859].
Description: Editors' spoof of advertisements for non-existent books by frequent contributors, including Henry Reed's Have with Thee to Corporation Street!, a parody of his unwritten memoirs of the 1930s.

Journal: Publishers Anonymous 
Subjects: Parody, Criticism
References: Have with Thee to Corporation Street!, Elizabeth Bowen, Evelyn Waugh, Angus Wilson, Edward Sackville-West, John Betjeman

409. Brinnin, John Malcolm. Dylan Thomas in America: An Intimate Journal. Boston: Little, Brown, 1955. 144.
Description: Brinnin relates the response to Dylan Thomas performing Reed's "Chard Whitlow" in an imitation of Eliot's voice, at a poetry reading in in New York.

Book: Dyaln Thomas in America 
Subjects: Criticism, Poem
References: Chard Whitlow

410. Jeffares, A. Norman, ed. Seven Centuries of Poetry: Chaucer to Dylan Thomas. New York: Longmans, Green, 1955.

Anthology: Seven Centuries of Poetry 
Subjects: Poem
References: Naming of Parts

411. Mielziner, Jo. Production file for Island of Goats by Ugo Betti, English version by Henry Reed. Jo Mielziner Papers, 1903-1976. Series IV: Productions, 1924-1976. Box 38, folder 8. 1955. Billy Rose Theatre Collection, New York Public Library for

Manuscript: Production File for Island of Goats 
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: Ugo Betti, Crime on Goat Island

412. Reed, Henry. Contributor's File. BBC Written Archives Centre, London. Script Writer, 1C. 16 June 1955, 28 February 1956, 18 February 1958, 24 February 1958.

Manuscript: Contributor's File 
Subjects: Miscellaneous

413. Reed, Henry. Letter to Sydney Carlyle Cockerell, 1955. The Cockerell Papers. British Library, Department of Manuscripts. GB ADD MS 0058 52745. London, England.

Manuscript: Letter to Sydney Carlyle Cockerell 
Subjects: Biography
References: Sydney Carlyle Cockerell

414. Union Européenne de Radiodiffusion. Répertoire D'oevres Radiophoniques. Collection Documents series, 1955. 53.
Description: Contains brief production details for Samy Fayad's 1954 radio play Don Giovanni Innamorato, which Reed would translate for the BBC as Don Juan in Love. In French.

Journal: Répertoire D'oevres Radiophoniques 
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: Don Juan in Love, Samy Fayad

415. Untermeyer, Louis, ed. "Henry Reed." Modern American and Modern British Poetry. Rev., shorter ed. New York: Harcourt, Brace & World, 1955. 21, 679-682.
Description: Collects three of Reed's best-known poems.

Anthology: Modern American and Modern British Poetry 
Subjects: Poem
References: Judging Distances, Naming of Parts, Sailor's Harbour

416. Times (London), "Ugo Betti's 'L'Aivola Bruciata'," 14 January 1955, 10.
Description: The first English broadcast of Betti's play, The Burnt Flower-Bed, is scheduled for the the Third Programme on January 23rd.

Newspaper: Ugo Betti's L'Aivola Bruciata 
Subjects: Play, Translation, Radio
References: Ugo Betti, The Burnt Flower-Bed, The Queen and the Rebels

417. Times (London), "Weekend Broadcasting," 22 January 1955, 4.
Description: The premiere of Reed's radio adaptation of Betti's play The Burnt Flower-Bed is scheduled for tomorrow evening, January 23rd.

Newspaper: Weekend Broadcasting 
Subjects: Play, Translation, Radio
References: Ugo Betti, The Burnt Flower-Bed, Andrew Cruickshank, Robert Harris, Esmé Percy, Gwen Cherrell, Mary O'Farrell

418. Times (London), "Posthumous Betti Play." Review of The Burnt Flower-Bed, by Ugo Betti, translated by Henry Reed, BBC Third Programme, 23 January 1955. 24 January 1955, 3.
Description: The critic for The Times calls Betti 'one of the most interesting playwrights to have emerged from Europe since the war.'

Newspaper: Posthumous Betti Play 
Subjects: Criticism, Play, Translation, Radio
References: Ugo Betti, The Burnt Flower-Bed, Donald McWhinnie, Robert Harris, Andrew Cruickshank, Mary O'Farrell, Esmé Percy

419. Times (London), "Broadcasting," 28 January 1955, 2.
Description: Reed's translation of Betti's play The Burnt Flower-Bed is scheduled this evening on the Third Programme.

Newspaper: Broadcasting 
Subjects: Play, Translation, Radio
References: Ugo Betti, The Burnt Flower-Bed

420. Times (London), "Weekend Broadcasting," 5 February 1955, 4.
Description: Reed's translation of Puecher's The Battle of the Masks is scheduled for this evening on the Third Programme.

Newspaper: Weekend Broadcasting 
Subjects: Play, Translation, Radio
References: Virginio Puecher, The Battle of the Masks, Robert Eddison

421. Times (London), "Weekend Broadcasting," 19 February 1955, 4.
Description: The first broadcast of Reed's radio talk, "The Poetry of Thomas Hardy: A Study," is set for this evening on the Third Programme.

Newspaper: Weekend Broadcasting 
Subjects: Review, Radio
References: Thomas Hardy

422. Times (London), "Weekend Broadcasting," 19 February 1955, 4.
Description: Broadcast schedule for Reed's interview program, "Thomas Hardy: A Tribute from His Friends."

Newspaper: Weekend Broadcasting 
Subjects: Radio, Review
References: Thomas Hardy

423. Times (London), "'The Queen and the Rebels'," 21 February 1955, 3.
Description: The first English production of Reed's translation of Betti's La Regina e gli Insorti, is set for the Midland Theatre Company, Coventry, on March 21st.

Newspaper: The Queen and the Rebels 
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: Ugo Betti, The Queen and the Rebels, Irene Worth

424. Armstrong, Martin. "The Spoken Word." Listener 53, no. 1356 (24 February 1955): 355.
Description: Brief review of Reed's radio talk on the poetry of Thomas Hardy.

Journal: The Spoken Word 
Subjects: Radio, Criticism
References: Thomas Hardy, Mary O'Farrell, Michael Hordern, James McKechnie

425. Armstrong, Martin. "The Spoken Word." Listener 53, no 1357 (3 March 1955): 399.
Description: A short review of Reed's radio tribute to Thomas Hardy.

Journal: The Spoken Word 
Subjects: Radio, Criticism
References: Thomas Hardy, Cynthia Asquith, Walter de la Mare, St. John Ervine, Robert Graves, Middleton Murry, Leonard Woolf

426. Sitwell, Edith. Letter to Sacheverell Sitwell, 4 March 1955. In Selected Letters of Edith Sitwell, edited by Richard Greene. London, Virago Press, 1997. 359.
Description: Sitwell describes a poetry reading at Harvard where Dylan Thomas read Reed's poem "Chard Whitlow," and imitated T.S. Eliot's voice.

Chapter: Letter to Sacheverell Sitwell (186049255X)
Subjects: Biography
References: Edith Sitwell, Chard Whitlow, Dylan Thomas, T.S. Eliot

427. Times (London), "Mr. Reed's New Play for Broadcasting," 24 March 1955, 5.
Description: An announcement of the BBC's special commission of Reed's radio play, Vincenzo.

Newspaper: Mr. Reed's New Play for Broadcasting 
Subjects: Play, Radio
References: Vincenzo, Denis Stevens, Margaretta Scott, Rachel Gurney, Mary O'Farrell, Barbara Couper, Marjorie Westbury, Gladys Young

428. Times (London), "A New Tragi-Comedy: Mr. Henry Reed's 'Vincenzo'." Review of Vincenzo, by Henry Reed. BBC Third Programme, 30 March 1955. 31 March 1955, 10.
Description: The Times' critic calls Reed's radio play Vincenzo 'splendidly acted,' and the 'happiest association of playwright and players.'

Newspaper: A New Tragi-Comedy 
Subjects: Criticism, Play, Radio
References: Vincenzo, Barbara Couper, Rachel Gurney, Gwen Cherrell, Hugh Burden, Margaretta Scott

429. Times (London), "Broadcasting," 22 April 1955, 8.
Description: Reed's prizewinning radio play, The Streets of Pompeii, is scheduled for rebroadcast on the Third Programme late this evening.

Newspaper: Broadcasting 
Subjects: Play, Radio
References: The Streets of Pompeii, Flora Robson, Marius Goring

430. Untermeyer, Louis. "Poetry: The Muse Still Lures a Lively and Diverse Band." Saturday Review, 7 May 1955, 23-25, 64 [24, 25].
Description: Untermeyer says Reed's poetry "makes the routine event seem remarkable and gives old legends contemporary significance."

Journal: Poetry: The Muse Still Lures a Lively and Diverse Band 
Subjects: Criticism, Poem
References: Naming of Parts

431. Times (London), "Broadcasting," 13 May 1955, 7.
Description: Broadcast listing for "Thomas Hardy and His Friends," a repeat of Reed's program from February.

Newspaper: Broadcasting 
Subjects: Radio, Review
References: Thomas Hardy

432. Times (London), "To-morrow," 4 June 1955, 3.
Description: Reed's adaptation of Betti's play Summertime broadcasts this evening as Holiday Land.

Newspaper: To-morrow 
Subjects: Radio, Play, Translation
References: Ugo Betti, Holiday Land

433. Howarth, Howard. "B.B.C. Recordings." Letter to the editor. Times (London), 27 June 1955, 9.
Description: A University of Michigan professor laments that transcriptions of BBC programs (like Reed's talk on T.S. Eliot) are not available for classroom study.

Newspaper: B.B.C. Recordings 
Subjects: Criticism, Radio
References: T.S. Eliot

434. Zolotow, Sam. "'The Isle of Goats' Booked at Fulton." New York Times, 1 August 1955, 15.
Description: Reed's adaptation of Betti's The Isle of Goats is due to start in September, 1955 at the Fulton Theatre, starring Laurence Harvey.

Newspaper: The Isle of Goats Booked at Fulton 
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: Ugo Betti, Crime on Goat Island, Laurence Harvey

435. Times (London), "Posthumous Betti Play," 8 August 1955, 10.
Description: Only seven months after being first heard on the BBC, Reed's translation of Betti's The Burnt Flower-Bed is to be produced on the stage at the Arts Theatre, London, August 30th.

Newspaper: Posthumous Betti Play 
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: Ugo Betti, The Burnt Flower-Bed, Campbell Williams

436. Zolotow, Sam. "Graham Greene Completes Play." New York Times, 8 August 1955, 25.
Description: Reed's adaptation of Betti's Goat Island is delayed until October, 1955.

Newspaper: Graham Greene Completes Play 
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: Ugo Betti, Crime on Goat Island, Laurence Harvey

437. Zolotow, Sam. "Two Plays Listed to Bow in October." New York Times, 15 August 1955, 19.
Description: Reed's translation of Betti's Goat Island is scheduled for the Fulton Theatre on October 4.

Newspaper: Two Plays Listed to Bow in October 
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: Crime on Goat Island

438. Gelb, Arthur. "News and Gossip of the Rialto." New York Times, 21 August 1955, 97.
Description: Goat Island, Betti's play translated by Reed, to open on October 4, 1955.

Newspaper: News and Gossip of the Rialto 
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: Ugo Betti, Crime on Goat Island

439. Times (London), "'Clérambard' for the West End: A Tip for an Amateur Theatre," 22 August 1955, 10.
Description: The Arts Theatre production of Betti's The Burnt Flower-Bed is rescheduled to open on September 7th.

Newspaper: Clérambard for the West End 
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: Ugo Betti, The Burnt Flower-Bed, Yvonne Mitchell, Alexander Knox

440. Calta, Louis. "Uta Hagen Signs for Betti Drama." New York Times, 25 August 1955, 17.
Description: Announces actress Uta Hagen to costar in Reed's translation of Betti's Island of Goats.

Newspaper: Uta Hagen Signs for Betti Drama 
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: Ugo Betti, Crime on Goat Island, Uta Hagen, Laurence Harvey

441. Times (London), "Ugo Betti: London to See One of His Comedies," 29 August 1955, 10.
Description: A long quote from Reed for this article on upcoming Betti plays in London: 'The humour of the Italians is very like our own, but there is this difference in their comic drama: they like the fun to go, if possible, the whole time.'

Newspaper: Ugo Betti: London to See One of His Comedies 
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: Ugo Betti, Summertime, The Burnt Flower-Bed, The Queen and the Rebels

442. Times (London), "'Julius Caesar' at the Old Vic," 5 September 1955, 3.
Description: Reed's translation of Betti's L'aiuola Bruciata opens September 9th, at the Arts Theatre, London.

Newspaper: Julius Caesar at the Old Vic 
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: Ugo Betti, The Burnt Flower-Bed

443. Times (London), "Arts Theatre: 'The Burnt Flower-Bed." Review of The Burnt Flower-Bed, by Ugo Betti, translated by Henry Reed, Arts Theatre, London, 9 September 1955. 10 September 1955, 8.
Description: The critic for The Times proclaims 'Reed's translation has two advantages: it suggests fidelity to the original and is itself English prose that can be listened to with pleasure.'

Newspaper: Arts Theatre: The Burnt Flower-Bed 
Subjects: Criticism, Play, Translation
References: Ugo Betti, The Burnt Flower-Bed, Yvonne Mitchell, Dudy Nimmo, Alexander Knox, Leo McKern

444. Times (London), "Broadcasting," 15 September 1955, 6.
Description: Reed's radio talk, "The Poetry of Thomas Hardy," repeats this evening on the Third Programme.

Newspaper: Broadcasting 
Subjects: Review, Radio
References: Thomas Hardy

445. New York Times. Photograph of Ruth Ford. 23 September 1955, 20.
Description: Ruth Ford to replace Betty Field in production of Betti's Island of Goats.

Newspaper: Photograph of Ruth Ford 
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: Ugo Betti, Crime on Goat Island, Ruth Ford

446. Times (London), "Ugo Betti Play for the Haymarket," 23 September 1955, 5.
Description: Reed's translation of Betti's play The Queen and the Rebels is scheduled to open on October 26th, with Irene Worth in the leading role.

Newspaper: Ugo Betti Play for the Haymarket 
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: Ugo Betti, The Queen and the Rebels, Henry Sherek, Frank Hauser, Irene Worth, Audrey Cruddas

447. New York Times, Advertisement for Island of Goats, 25 September 1955, X4.
Description: Ad for Reed's version of Betti's Island of Goats at the Fulton Theatre, starring Uta Hagen, Laurence Harvey, and Ruth Ford.

Newspaper: Advertisement for Island of Goats 
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: Ugo Betti, Crime on Goat Island, Laurence Harvey, Uta Hagen, Ruth Ford

448. New York Times. Advertisement for Island of Goats. 27 September 1955, 42.
Description: Ad for Reed's version of Betti's Island of Goats at the Fulton Theatre, starring Uta Hagen, Laurence Harvey, and Ruth Ford.

Newspaper: Advertisement for Island of Goats 
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: Ugo Betti, Crime on Goat Island, Uta Hagen, Laurence Harvey, Ruth Ford

449. New York Times. Advertisement for Island of Goats. 29 September 1955, 37.
Description: An ad for a production of Betti's Island of Goats.

Newspaper: Advertisement for Island of Goats 
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: Ugo Betti, Crime on Goat Island

450. Times (London), "New York Stage: Season's Bright Prospects," 30 September 1955, 3.
Description: Reed's adaptation of Betti's Island of Goats is among the translations to be produced in New York this season.

Newspaper: New York Stage 
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: Ugo Betti, Crime on Goat Island

451. Kalb, Bernard. "Pre-war Troy and Wartime Amsterdam Provide Settings for Two Drama This Week." New York Times, 2 October 1955, X1.
Description: Includes an announcement for the opening of Reed's translation of Betti's Island of Goats.

Newspaper: Pre-war Troy and Wartime Amsterdam 
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: Ugo Betti, Crime on Goat Island, Uta Hagen, Laurence Harvey, Ruth Ford

452. New York Times. Advertisement for Island of Goats. 2 October 1955, X4.
Description: Ad for Reed's version of Betti's Island of Goats at the Fulton Theatre, starring Uta Hagen, Laurence Harvey, and Ruth Ford.

Newspaper: Advertisement for Island of Goats 
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: Ugo Betti, Crime on Goat Island, Uta Hagen, Laurence Harvey, Ruth Ford

453. Calta, Louis. "'Island of Goats' Arrives Tonight." New York Times, 4 October 1955, 38.
Description: Announcement of the Fulton Theatre premiere for Reed's translation of Betti's Island of Goats.

Newspaper: "Island of Goats" Arrives Tonight 
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: Ugo Betti, Crime on Goat Island, Uta Hagen, Laurence Harvey, Ruth Ford

454. Atkinson, Brooks. "Theatre: Man Mumbling From a Well." Review of Island of Goats, by Ugo Betti, translated by Henry Reed. New York, Fulton Theatre, 4 October 1955. New York Times, 5 October 1955, 40.
Description: Review of opening night for Reed's translation of Betti's Island of Goats at the Fulton Theatre.

Newspaper: Theatre: Man Mumbling From a Well 
Subjects: Criticism, Play, Translation
References: Crime on Goat Island, Uta Hagen, Ruth Ford, Tani Seitz

455. Zolotow, Sam. "'Macbeth' in Duel for Display Here." New York Times, 7 October 1955, 21.
Description: Describes the closing of Reed's translation of Betti's Island of Goats after only seven performances.

Newspaper: Macbeth in Duel for Display Here 
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: Ugo Betti, Crime on Goat Island, Uta Hagen, Laurence Harvey, Ruth Ford

456. Coffin, Rachel W., ed. "Island of Goats." New York Theatre Critics' Reviews 16, no. 17 (10 October 1955): 260-263.
Description: Reproduces theatre reviews from The New York World Telegram and The Sun, The New York Daily News, The New York Journal-American, The New York Post, The New York Herald Tribune, The New York Times, and The New York Daily Mirror.

Journal: Island of Goats 
Subjects: Criticism, Play, Translation
References: Ugo Betti, Crime on Goat Island

457. King's Theatre, Glasgow. Programme for Summertime, by Ugo Betti. Translated by Henry Reed. University of Glasgow Special Collections. GB 247 STA Ff 10/11b. Glasgow, Scotland.

Manuscript: Programme for Summertime 
Subjects: Link, Play, Translation
References: Ugo Betti, Summertime

458. Gibbs, Wolcott. "Amsterdam and Troy." New Yorker 31 (15 October 1955): 77-78.
Description: Review of the Broadway production of Island of Goats by Ugo Betti, translated by Henry Reed.

Journal: Amsterdam and Troy 
Subjects: Criticism
References: Crime on Goat Island, Ugo Betti

459. Weinberg, Herman G. "Big Question." Letter to the drama editor. New York Times, 16 October 1955, X3.
Description: Letter to the Times' drama editor laments the closing of Reed's translation of Betti's Island of Goats.

Newspaper: Big Question 
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: Ugo Betti, Crime on Goat Island, Peter Glenville, Uta Hagen, Laurence Harvey, Ruth Ford

460. Times (London), "Miss Irene Worth in Betti Play," 24 October 1955, 3.
Description: Reed's translation of Betti's La Regina e gli Insorti is scheduled to open at London's Haymarket Theatre on October 26th.

Newspaper: Miss Irene Worth in Betti Play 
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: Ugo Betti, The Queen and the Rebels, Irene Worth, Leo McKErn, Duncan Lamont

461. Times (London), "Haymarket Theatre: 'The Queen and the Rebels'." Review of The Queen and the Rebels, by Ugo Betti, translated by Henry Reed, Haymarket Theatre, London, 26 October 1955. 27 October 1955, 3.
Description: Opening night review of Reed's adaptation of Betti's play, La Regina e gli Insorti.

Newspaper: Haymarket Theatre: The Queen and the Rebels 
Subjects: Criticism, Play, Translation
References: Ugo Betti, The Queen and the Rebels, Irene Worth, Leo McKern, Duncan Lamont

462. Times (London), "Betti's 'Summertime'," 1 November 1955, 3.
Description: Reed's translation of Betti's Il Paese delle Vacanze is scheduled to open at the Apollo Theatre, London, on November 9th.

Newspaper: Betti's Summertime 
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: Ugo Betti, Summertime, Dirk Bogarde, Gwen Ffrangcon Davies, Geraldine McEwan, Michael Gwynne

463. Times (London), "Apollo Theatre: 'Summertime'." Review of Summertime, by Ugo Betti, translated by Henry Reed, Apollo Theatre, London, 9 November 1955. 10 November 1955, 14.
Description: Review of opening night for Reed's translation of Betti's Il Paese delle Vacanze.

Newspaper: Apollo Theatre: Summertime 
Subjects: Criticism, Play, Translation
References: Ugo Betti, Summertime, Geraldine McEwan, Gwen Ffrangcon Davies, Dirk Bogarde, Michael Gwynn, Mark Dignam

464. Times (London), "B.B.C. Programmes for the Weekend," 26 November 1955, 4.
Description: Reed's radio play about Shakespeare in Italy, The Great Desire I Had, repeats this evening on the Third Programme.

Newspaper: B.B.C. Programmes for the Weekend 
Subjects: Play, Radio
References: The Great Desire I Had

465. "Island of Goats." Theatre Arts 39, no. 12 (December 1955): 23.
Description: Summary and criticism for the Fulton Theatre production of Reed's translation of Ugo Betti's play, Delitto all'Isola delle Capre.

Journal: Island of Goats 
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: Ugo Betti, Crime on Goat Island, Henry Sharp, Ruth Ford, Laurence Harvey, Uta Hagen, Tani Seitz

466. Reed, Henry. "Fine Tenor Bell." Review of Thomas Hardy's Notebooks, edited by Evelyn Hardy. Listener 64 (1 December 1955): 955.
Description: Review of Hardy's Notebooks, and Some Letters from Julia Augusta Martin, edited by Evelyn Hardy. (London: Hogarth Press, 1955).

Journal: Fine Tenor Bell 
Subjects: Review
References: Thomas Hardy, Evelyn Hardy, Thomas Hardy's Notebooks, and Some Letters from Julia Martin

467. Betti, Ugo. Three Plays. Translated and with a foreword by Henry Reed. London: Gollancz, 1956.
Description: Reed's translations of Betti's The Queen and the Rebels, The Burnt Flower-Bed, and Summertime.

Book: Three Plays 
Subjects: Translation
References: Ugo Betti, The Queen and the Rebels, The Burnt Flower-Bed, Summertime

468. Fraser, G.S., ed. Poetry Now. London: Faber and Faber, 1956.

Anthology: Poetry Now 
Subjects: Poem

469. Magalaner, Marvin, and Richard M. Kain. Joyce: The Man, The Work, the Reputation. New York: New York University Press, 1956. 349n.
Description: Reference's Reed's 1950 Listener article on Joyce.

Book: Joyce: The Man, The Work, the Reputation 
Subjects: Criticism, Review
References: James Joyce: The Triple Exile

470. Perrine, Laurence. Sound and Sense: An Introduction to Poetry. New York: Harcourt, Brace, 1956. 37-39.
Description: Reprints Reed's "Naming of Parts," and provides sample questions for discussion in the classroom.

Book: Sound and Sense 
Subjects: Poem, Criticism
References: Naming of Parts

471. Reed, Henry. Foreword to Three Plays by Ugo Betti. London: Gollancz, 1956.

Book: Foreword to Three Plays by Ugo Betti 
Subjects: Play, Translation, Review
References: Henry Reed, Foreword to Three Plays by Ugo Betti, Ugo Betti

472. Reed, Henry. A Hedge, Backwards. In Hilda Tablet and Others: Four Pieces for Radio. London, British Broadcasting Corporation, 1971.
Description: Another in the Hilda Tablet sequence, the biographer is confounded by relatives of his subject, including a brother-in-law, General Gland, played by Derek Guyler. Broadcast in 1956.

Play: A Hedge, Backwards 
Subjects: Play
References: A Hedge, Backwards

473. Stephens, Frances. Theatre World Annual, No. 7: 1st June 1955-31st May 1956. New York: Macmillan, 1956. 26, 27, 72-75, 79-80.
Description: Reviews and pictorials for 1955 performances of Reed's translations of Betti's plays, The Queen and the Rebels, and Summertime.

Book: Theatre World Annual, No. 7 
Subjects: Criticism, Play, Translation
References: Ugo Betti, The Queen and the Rebels, Summertime, Leo McKern, Duncan Lamont, Irene Worth, Alan Tilvern, Geraldine McEwan, Gwen Ffrangcon-Davies, Dirk Bogarde

474. Radio Times, "Hugh Burden and Carleton Hobbs in 'A Hedge, Backwards': A Discovery for Radio," 24 February 1956.
Description: Broadcast schedule and cast description for Reed's radio play, "A Hedge, Backwards."

Newspaper: Hugh Burden and Carleton Hobbs in "A Hedge, Backwards" 
Subjects: Play, Radio
References: A Hedge, Backwards, Douglas Cleverdon, Gwen Cherrell, Dorothy Primrose, Denis Quilloy, Wilfrid Downing, Marjorie Westbury, Mary O'Farrell, Allan McClelland, Donald Swann

475. Times (London), "B.B.C. Programmes for the Weekend," 25 February 1956, 4.
Description: Reed's radio play, A Very Great Man Indeed, is scheduled for rebroadcast this evening.

Newspaper: B.B.C. Programmes for the Weekend 
Subjects: Play, Radio
References: A Very Great Man Indeed, Hugh Burden

476. Times (London), "B.B.C. Programmes," 29 February 1956, 4.
Description: A Hedge, Backwards, "a discovery for radio by Henry Reed," premieres this evening on the Third Programme.

Newspaper: B.B.C. Programmes 
Subjects: Play, Radio
References: A Hedge, Backwards

477. Times (London), "B.B.C. Programmes," 2 March 1956, 5.
Description: Reed's radio play, A Hedge, Backwards, is scheduled to repeat this evening.

Newspaper: B.B.C. Programmes 
Subjects: Play, Radio
References: A Hedge, Backwards

478. Goddard, Scott. "Radio Notes." Musical Times.
Description: Mentions broadcasts of Emily Butter and A Hedge, Backwards.

Journal: Radio Notes 
Subjects: Play
References: Emily Butter, A Hedge, Backwards

479. Times (London), "B.B.C. Programmes," 10 August 1956, 2.
Description: Reed's radio play, A Hedge, Backwards, is scheduled for rebroadcast this evening.

Newspaper: B.B.C. Programmes 
Subjects: Play, Radio
References: A Hedge, Backwards

480. Sykes, Christopher. "Achievement of the Third Programme." Times (London), 22 August 1956, viii.
Description: With the exceptions of Reed and Dorothy Baker, the hope for a new school of writers for the BBC remains unfulfilled.

Newspaper: Achievement of the Third Programme 
Subjects: Criticism, Radio
References: Dorothy Baker

481. Thomas, Dylan. "I Am Going to Read Aloud: Introduction to a Reading at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Boston, July 3, 1952." The London Magazine 3, no. 9 (September 1956): 13-17.
Description: Thomas' introduction to a reading of British poetry which included Reed's "Naming of Parts."

Journal: I Am Going to Read Aloud 
Subjects: Poem
References: Naming of Parts

482. Times (London), "B.B.C. Programmes," 26 September 1956, 6.
Description: Reed's play, The Streets of Pompeii is scheduled for repeat broadcast this evening.

Newspaper: B.B.C. Programmes 
Subjects: Play, Radio
References: The Streets of Pompeii

483. Stevens, Denis. "Radio Notes." Musical Times 97, no. 1364 (October 1956): 526-528 [527].
Description: Calls A Hedge, Backwards a 'witty excursion.'

Journal: Radio Notes 
Subjects: Play
References: A Hedge, Backwards

484. Times (London), Advertisment for From the Third Programme: A Ten-Years' Anthology, 4 October 1956, 13.
Description: A newspaper ad for an anthology of pieces written for the radio, chosen by John Morris, the Controller of the Third Programme at the time.

Newspaper: Advertisment for From the Third Programme 
Subjects: Miscellaneous
References: John Morris, From the Third Programme

485. Times (London), "'Crime on Goat Island': Ugo Betti's Play Broadcast." Review of Crime on Goat Island, by Ugo Betti, translated by Henry Reed. BBC Third Programme, 7 October 1956. Times (London), 8 October 1956, 3.
Description: The reviewer of Reed's translation of Betti's Crime on Goat Island feels the play was marred by 'violently unpredictable changes of mood.'

Newspaper: Crime on Goat Island 
Subjects: Play, Translation, Radio
References: Ugo Betti, Crime on Goat Island, Norman Wynne, Mary Wimbush, Trader Faulkner, Dudy Nimmo

486. Times (London), "Broadcasting Programmes," 5 November 1956, 5.
Description: Reed's translation of Fayad's play Don Juan in Love is scheduled to be broadcast this evening.

Newspaper: Broadcasting Programmes 
Subjects: Play, Translation, Radio
References: Samy Fayad, Don Juan in Love

487. Spender, Stephen. "Hungary." Letter to the editor. Times (London), 16 November 1956, 11.
Description: A number of British authors announce their application for visas, following a request from Hungarian writers for aid for refugees.

Newspaper: Hungary 
Subjects: Biography
References: Stephen Spender, Kingsley Amis, Stephen Potter, Christopher Fry, Walter Allen, Geoffrey Grigson, Laurie Lee, Angus Wilson

488. Zolotow, Sam. "Gregory Slates Musical Comedy." New York Times, 23 November 1956, 37.
Description: Developments for a production of Reed's translation of Betti's The Queen and the Rebels mentions Joan Fontaine considering the lead role, and Alfred Hitchcock owning the film rights.

Newspaper: Gregory Slates Musical Comedy 
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: Ugo Betti, The Queen and the Rebels, Joan Fontaine, Irene Worth, Alfred Hitchcock

489. Zolotow, Sam. "Melvyn Douglas Weighs Play Bid." New York Times, 28 November 1956, 39.
Description: Update on a possible New York production for Reed's translation of Betti's The Queen and the Rebels has Nancy Kelly considering the script.

Newspaper: Melvyn Douglas Weighs Play Bid 
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: Ugo Betti, The Queen and the Rebels, Nancy Kelly, Alfred Hitchcock

490. Morris, John. "Britain's Case for Egghead Radio." New York Times, 9 December 1956, 19-20, 22 [22].
Description: In discussing the BBC's Third Programme, Reed is called 'perhaps the most accomplished writer of sophisticated satire now working in radio.'

Newspaper: Britain's Case for Egghead Radio 
Subjects: Biography, Criticism, Play

491. Betti, Ugo. The Burnt Flower-Bed: A Play in Three Acts. Translated by Henry Reed. London: Samuel French, 1957.
Description: Reed's translation of Betti's Ainola Bruciata.

Play: The Burnt Flower-Bed 
Subjects: Translation
References: Ugo Betti, The Burnt Flower-Bed

492. Betti, Ugo. The Queen and the Rebels: A Play in Two Acts. Translated by Henry Reed. London: Samuel French, 1957.
Description: Reed's translation from the original Italian.

Play: The Queen and the Rebels (0573013632)
Subjects: Translation
References: Ugo Betti, The Queen and the Rebels

493. Betti, Ugo. Summertime: An Idyll in Three Acts. Translated by Henry Reed. London: Samuel French, 1957.
Description: Reed's translation of Betti's Il Paese delle Vacanze.

Play: Summertime 
Subjects: Translation
References: Ugo Betti, Summertime

494. Hoover, Benjamin, and Donald S. Taylor. Story, Poem, Essay: A University Reader. New York: Henry Holt, 1957. 381, 605.
Description: Collects Reed's "Naming of Parts."

Anthology: Story, Poem, Essay 
Subjects: Poem
References: Naming of Parts

495. Zolotow, Sam. "Two Plays to End Run on Saturday." New York Times, 6 February 1957, 21.
Description: Update on a production of Reed's translation of Betti's The Queen and the Rebels mentions the authors being represented by the literary agent Ninon Tallon (later Karlweiss).

Newspaper: Two Plays to End Run on Saturday 
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: Ugo Betti, The Queen and the Rebels, Kermit Bloomgarden, Ninon Tallon, Alfred Hitchcock

496. Whittemore, Reed. "The 'Modern Idiom' of Poetry, and All That." Yale Review 46, no. 3 (Spring 1957): 357-371 [371].
Description: "Naming of Parts" is set as an example of the answer to modern poetry.

Journal: The 'Modern Idiom' of Poetry, and All That 
Subjects: Criticism
References: Naming of Parts

497. Times (London), "The Other Theatre in Edinburgh," 16 August 1957, 3.
Description: The Oxford Theatre Group returns to Edinburgh with Reed's translation of Betti's Corruption in the Palace of Justice, from August 21st through September 7th.

Newspaper: The Other Theatre in Edinburgh 
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: Ugo Betti, Corruption in the Palace of Justice

498. Times (London), "New Betti Play at Edinburgh: An Undergraduate Production." The Arts. Review of Corruption in the Palace of Justice, by Ugo Betti, translated by Henry Reed. Gullan's Close, Edinburgh, 21 August 1957. Times (Londo

Newspaper: New Betti Play at Edinburgh 
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: Ugo Betti, Corruption in the Palace of Justice

499. States, Jr., Bert O. "Addendum: The Stage History of Shelley's The Cenci." PMLA 72, no. 4 (September 1957): 633-644 [635].
Description: Quotes from Reed's 1947 Listener review of a BBC staging of Shelley's The Cenci.

Journal: Addendum: The Stage History of Shelley's The Cenci 
Subjects: Criticism
References: Percy Bysshe Shelley, The Cenci

500. Times (London), "Third Programme Plays," 3 October 1957, 7.
Description: Irene, Reed's translation of Betti's play, Irene Innocente, is scheduled for broadcast twice this week.

Newspaper: Third Programme Plays 
Subjects: Play, Translation, Radio
References: Ugo Betti, Irene

501. Rexroth, Kenneth. "Two Voices Against the Chorus." Reviews of True and False Unicorn, by James Broughton, and Meditations in an Emergency, by Frank O'Hara. New York Times Book Review, 6 October 1957, 297.
Description: Rexroth describes O'Hara's poetry as resembling "that poem of the English poet Henry Reed, 'Today We Have Naming of Parts'" [sic].

Newspaper: Two Voices Against the Chorus 
Subjects: Criticism
References: James Broughton, True and False Unicorn, Frank O'Hara, Meditations in an Emergency

502. Times (London), "B.B.C. Programmes for the Weekend," 19 October 1957, 4.
Description: Reed's translation of Betti's Irene Innocente is scheduled to premiere tomorrow night, Saturday, October 20th.

Newspaper: B.B.C. Programmes for the Weekend 
Subjects: Play, Translation, Radio
References: Ugo Betti, Irene

503. Times (London), "An Allegory by Ugo Betti: Irene Broadcast." Review of Irene, by Ugo Betti, translated by Henry Reed. BBC Third Programme, 20 October 1957. Times (London), 22 October 1957, 3.
Description: The reviewer of this adaptation of Betti's Irene Innocente believes that 'Mr. Donald McWhinnie's production did not counteract the bleak effect of some lines of Mr. Reed's.'

Newspaper: An Allegory by Ugo Betti 
Subjects: Play, Translation, Radio
References: Ugo Betti, Irene, Donal Donnelly, Joan Plowright, Donald McWhinnie

504. Times (London), "B.B.C. Programmes," 22 October 1957, 4.
Description: Reed's adaptation of Betti's play, Irene Innocente, is scheduled to be repeated this evening.

Newspaper: B.B.C. Programmes 
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: Ugo Betti, Irene

505. Times (London), "Spate of New Plays," 18 November 1957, 3.
Description: The Oxford Playhouse is scheduled to produce Reed's translation of Betti's Crime on Goat Island on December 3rd.

Newspaper: Spate of New Plays 
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: Ugo Betti, Crime on Goat Island

506. Times (London), "Crime on Goat Island: Ugo Betti Play at Oxford." Review of Crime on Goat Island, by Ugo Betti, translated by Henry Reed, Oxford Playhouse, Oxford, 2 December 1957. Times (London), 3 December 1957, 3.
Description: The reviewer feels that "Betti and his translator Mr. Henry Reed... subtract from the interest of the character instead of adding to it."

Newspaper: Crime on Goat Island 
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: Ugo Betti, Crime on Goat Island, Keith Mitchell, Catherine Lacey, Patricia Kneale, Jeanette Sterke

507. Aldington, Richard, ed. The Viking Book of Poetry of the English Speaking World. New York: Viking, 1958.

Anthology: The Viking Book of Poetry of the English Speaking World 
Subjects: Poem
References: Naming of Parts

508. Balcon, Jill, and V.C. Clinton-Baddeley. The Jupiter Anthology of 20th Century English Poetry. 3 discs; 33⅓ rpm; mono; 12 in. London: Jupiter Records, 1958.

Sound: The Jupiter Anthology of 20th Century English Poetry 
Subjects: Poem
References: Naming of Parts

509. Betti, Ugo. Three Plays. Translated and with a foreword by Henry Reed. New York: Grove Press, 1958.

Book: Three Plays 
Subjects: Translation
References: The Queen and the Rebels, The Burnt Flower-Bed, Summertime

510. Cecil, David, and Allen Tate, eds. Modern Verse in English, 1900-1950. New York: Macmillan Company, 1958. 578-582, 638-639.

Anthology: Modern Verse in English, 1900-1950 
Subjects: Poem, Biography
References: Naming of Parts, Chrysothemis, Morning

511. Lortel, Lucille. 8 photographs for Irene Innocente by Ugo Betti, translated by Henry Reed. Lucille Lortel Papers, 1902-2000. Sub-series 2: White Barn Theatre, 1947-1998. Box 99, folder 6. July 12-13, 1958. Billy Rose Theatre Collection, New York

Manuscript: Photographs for Irene Innocente 
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: Ugo Betti, Irene Innocente, John Conrad, Adelaide Klein, David Kurzon, Gerald Price, Delmar Roos

512. "Notes and News." Tempo, new series, 48 (Summer 1958): 1-3 [3].
Description: Coinage of the term "composeress" is attributed to Reed.

Journal: Notes and News 
Subjects: Miscellaneous
References: Ethel Smyth

513. Pettit, Henry, and Angus MacDonald, eds. Annual Bibiliography of English Language and Literature. Vol. 30. London: Cambridge University Press, 1958. 638, 654.
Description: Indexes Reed's articles for The Listener: "Towards 'The Cocktail Party'," and "James Joyce: The Triple Exile."

Book: Annual Bibiliography of English Language and Literature 
Subjects: Miscellaneous
References: T.S. Eliot, James Joyce

514. Pettit, Henry, and Angus MacDonald, eds. Annual Bibiliography of English Language and Literature, 1946. Vol. 26. London: Cambridge University Press, 1958. 100, 106.
Description: Indexes Reed's poem in Orion, "King Mark," and The Novel Since 1939.

Book: Annual Bibiliography of English Language and Literature 
Subjects: Miscellaneous
References: King Mark, The Novel Since 1939

515. Reed, Henry. Foreword to Three Plays by Ugo Betti. New York: Grove Press, 1958. 5-8.
Description: Reed's 'brief non-critical account of Betti's progress through his quarter-century of playwriting,' with some biographical details of the Italian poet and author.

Book: Foreword to Three Plays by Ugo Betti 
Subjects: Translation, Play, Review
References: Henry Reed, The Burnt Flower-Bed, Summertime, Ugo Betti, The Queen and the Rebels, Foreword to Three Plays by Ugo Betti

516. Reed, Henry. The Primal Scene, As It Were. In Hilda Tablet and Others: Four Pieces for Radio. London, British Broadcasting Corporation, 1971.
Description: Hilda Tablet and her entourage embark on a Mediterranean voyage in this psychoanalytical farce from 1958.

Play: The Primal Scene, As It Were 
Subjects: Play
References: Primal Scene, As It Were

517. Scott, J.A. Review of Three Plays by Ugo Betti, translated by Henry Reed. Italian Quarterly 2, no. 1, (Spring 1958): 72-74.
Description: Scott's review is positive, though he takes some issue with Reed's translation of a few Italian idioms.

Journal: Italian Quarterly 
Subjects: Criticism, Play, Translation
References: Ugo Betti, Three Plays

518. Williams, Oscar, ed. A Pocket Book of Modern Verse. Rev. ed. New York: Washington Square Press, 1958. 538-539.
Description: Collects the second of Reed's Lessons of the War, "Judging Distances."

Anthology: A Pocket Book of Modern Verse 
Subjects: Poem
References: Judging Distances

519. Times (London), "B.B.C. Programmes," 24 January 1958, 5.
Description: Reed's translation of Betti's play, Corruption in the Palace of Justice, is scheduled to premiere this evening.

Newspaper: B.B.C. Programmes 
Subjects: Play, Translation, Radio
References: Ugo Betti, Corruption in the Palace of Justice

520. Times (London), "B.B.C. Programmes," 13 February 1958, 2.
Description: Reed's radio play starring Hugh Burden, A Very Great Man Indeed, is scheduled to be replayed this evening.

Newspaper: B.B.C. Programmes 
Subjects: Play, Radio
References: A Very Great Man Indeed, Hugh Burden

521. Times (London), "Broadcasting Programmes," 20 February 1958, 3.
Description: Reed's radio play, The Private Life of Hilda Tablet, is scheduled to be rebroadcast this evening.

Newspaper: Broadcasting Programmes 
Subjects: Play, Radio
References: The Private Life of Hilda Tablet

522. Atkinson, Brooks. "'The Entertainer'." New York Times, 23 February 1958, X1.
Description: The "Drama Bookshelf" lists the new Grove Press edition of Reed's translation of three Ugo Betti plays.

Newspaper: The Entertainer 
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: Ugo Betti, The Queen and the Rebels, The Burnt Flower-Bed, Summertime

523. Walker, Roy. "Overdose." Listener 59, no. 1509 (27 February 1958): 379-380.
Description: Exhausted by the rebroadcast of Reed's Hilda Tablet series, Walker laments sequels.

Journal: Overdose 
Subjects: Criticism, Play, Radio
References: A Very Great Man Indeed, The Private Life of Hilda Tablet

524. MacGregor-Hastie, Roy. "The Poet in His Workshop: No 4—The Great Unclassified." Arena 48 (March 1958): 10-13 [12-13].
Description: MacGregor-Hastie shows great respect for Reed in this series on the state of poetry (but little regard for the poets of the 'Thirties).

Journal: The Poet in His Workshop: No 4—The Great Unclassified 
Subjects: Criticism, Poem
References: Naming of Parts

525. Times (London), "Apollo Society," 7 March 1959, 3.
Description: An announcement for a festival of verse and music invoking Italy and Greece includes Irene Worth reading Reed's poetry.

Newspaper: Apollo Society 
Subjects: Biography, Poem
References: Irene Worth

526. Times (London), "Broadcasting Programmes," 11 March 1958, 6.
Description: The premiere of The Primal Scene, As It Were, scheduled for this evening, is described as 'nine studies in disloyalty.'

Newspaper: Broadcasting Programmes 
Subjects: Play, Radio
References: The Primal Scene, As It Were

527. Times (London), "Broadcasting Programmes," 14 March 1958, 6.
Description: Reed's radio play, The Primal Scene, As It Were..., is replayed this evening.

Newspaper: Broadcasting Programmes 
Subjects: Play, Radio
References: The Primal Scene, As It Were

528. Times (London), "B.B.C. Programmes," 26 March 1958, 6.
Description: Reed's translation of Audiberti's play, Le Mal Court, will be broadcast tonight, starring the actress Joan Plowright.

Newspaper: B.B.C. Programmes 
Subjects: Play, Translation, Radio
References: Jacques Audiberti, Alarica, Joan Plowright

529. Ottaway, Hugh. "Broadcast Music." Musical Times 99, no. 1382 (April 1958): 198-199 [198].
Description: Mentions Reed's Hilda Tablet plays, commenting on Emily Butter.

Journal: Broadcast Music 
Subjects: Play
References: The Private Life of Hilda Tablet, Emily Butter

530. Times (London), "Trumpet Voluntary." Review of The Sweeniad, by Victor Purcell (as Myra Buttle). 22 May 1958, 13.
Description: Victor Purcell's Sweeniad does not achieve the 'demure but paralysing force of Mr. Henry Reed's brief "Chard Whitlow."'

Newspaper: Trumpet Voluntary 
Subjects: Criticism, Poem, Parody
References: Myra Buttle, The Sweeniad, Chard Whitlow

531. Times (London), "B.B.C. Programmes for the Weekend," 16 August 1958, 3.
Description: Reed's translation of Betti's Corruption in the Palace of Justice is scheduled to replay this evening.

Newspaper: B.B.C. Programmes for the Weekend 
Subjects: Play, Translation, Radio
References: Ugo Betti, Corruption in the Palace of Justice

532. Luciani, Vincent. "Bibliography of Italian Studies in America." Italica 35, no. 3 (September 1958): 205-210 [210].
Description: Cites Scott's 1958 review of Betti's Three Plays in Italian Quarterly.

Journal: Bibliography of Italian Studies in America 
Subjects: Miscellaneous
References: Ugo Betti

533. Times (London), "B.B.C. Programmes for the Weekend," 20 September 1958, 4.
Description: Reed is slated to premiere his new poem, "The Auction Sale," tonight on the BBC's Third Programme.

Newspaper: B.B.C. Programmes for the Weekend 
Subjects: Poem
References: The Auction Sale

534. Reed, Henry. "The Auction Sale." Encounter 11, no. 4 (October 1958): 49-55.
Description: Restrained drama unfurls in this long, 300-line, Hardyesque poem about a country auction and the battle for a special painting. Originally published in Stephen Spender's Encounter, October 1958.

Journal: The Auction Sale 
Subjects: Poem
References: The Auction Sale

535. Times (London), "Christmas Gifts." Advertisement for the Jupiter Anthology of 20th-century Poetry. 11 December 1958, 1.
Description: Reed is included among the poets on this two-disc recording of modern poetry.

Newspaper: Christmas Gifts 
Subjects: Poem
References: Edith Sitwell, John Betjeman, C. Day Lewis, Laurie Lee, W.R. Rogers, Richard Church, Vernon Watkins, Roy Fuller

536. Times (London), "Plays for the Connoisseur," 11 December 1959, 3.
Description: Reed's translation of Montherlant's tragedy, La Ville dont le Prince est un Enfant, is expected in a production for the Third Programme.

Newspaper: Plays for the Connoisseur 
Subjects: Play, Radio
References: Henry de Montherlant, The Land Where the King is a Child

537. Times (London), "Broadcasting Programmes," 15 December 1958, 4.
Description: Reed is scheduled to read his poem "The Auction Sale" tonight on the Third Programme.

Newspaper: Broadcasting Programmes 
Subjects: Poem, Radio
References: The Auction Sale

538. Ciardi, John. How Does a Poem Mean?. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1959. 832-833.
Description: Reed's poem "Naming of Parts" is used for a section describing diction. With suggested questions for class.

Anthology: How Does a Poem Mean? 
Subjects: Poem
References: Naming of Parts

539. Cole, William, ed. The Fireside Book of Humorous Poetry. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1959.

Anthology: The Fireside Book of Humorous Poetry 
Subjects: Poem
References: Chard Whitlow

540. Jones, David. "If and Perhaps and But." In Epoch and Artist: Selected Writings by David Jones, edited by Harman Grisewood. New York: Chilmark Press, 1959. 278-279. Originally published in The Listener, 2 July 1953.
Description: Jones' response to Reed's essay in The Listener of June 18, 1953.

Chapter: If and Perhaps and But 
Subjects: Criticism
References: If and Perhaps and But

541. Kenner, Hugh. The Invisible Poet: T.S. Eliot. New York: McDowell, Oblensky, 1959. iv, 314.
Description: Reed's Eliot parody "Chard Whitlow" is quoted.

Book: The Invisible Poet 
Subjects: Criticism, Parody
References: Chard Whitlow

542. Lewis, C. Day, and John Lehmann, eds. The Chatto Book of Modern Poetry, 1915-1955. London: Chatto and Windus, 1959.

Anthology: The Chatto Book of Modern Poetry 
Subjects: Poem
References: A Map of Verona, Judging Distances

543. Painter, George D. Dedication to Proust: The Early Years. Boston: Little, Brown, 1959.
Description: The first volume of Painter's Proust biography is dedicated "For Henry Reed."

Book: Proust: The Early Years 
Subjects: Biography, Miscellaneous
References: George D. Painter

544. Ramsbotham, Michael. The Parish of Long Trister. Cresset Press, 1959.

Book: The Parish of Long Trister 
Subjects: Miscellaneous

545. Reed, Henry. Musique Discrète. Unpublished radio script. Broadcast on the BBC Third Programme, 1959.
Description: A request programme of compositions by Dame Hilda Tablet, broadcast in 1959.

Play: Musique Discrète 
Subjects: Play
References: Musique Discrète

546. Reed, Henry. Not a Drum Was Heard: The War Memoirs of General Gland. Unpublished radio script. Broadcast on the BBC Third Programme, 6 May 1959.
Description: A tangent in the Hilda Tablet sequence, with overtones of General Montgomery. Broadcast in 1959.

Play: Not a Drum Was Heard 
Subjects: Play

547. Stokes, Edward. The Novels of Henry Green. London: Hogarth Press, 1959. 8, 60, 116, 222.
Description: Quotes Reed's May, 1945 review of Henry Green's novel, Loving.

Book: The Novels of Henry Green 
Subjects: Criticism
References: Henry Green, Loving

548. Storrs, Ronald, ed. Ad Pyrrham: A Polyglot Collection of Translations of Horace's Ode to Pyrrha (Book I, Ode 5). London: Oxford University Press, 1959. vii.
Description: Reed selected the twelve Italian translations for Storr's collection.

Anthology: Ad Pyrrham 
Subjects: Translation, Poem
References: Horace

549. Williams, Oscar, ed. An Album of Modern Poetry: An Anthology Read by the Poets. LP recording 3 sound discs: analog, 33 1/3 rpm, mono., 12 in. Washington, D.C.: Library of Congress, Recording Laboratory, 1959.
Description: A set of recordings of poets reading from their works includes Reed reciting "Naming of Parts" and "Judging Distances."

Sound: An Album of Modern Poetry: An Anthology Read by the Poets 
Subjects: Poem
References: Naming of Parts, Judging Distances

550. Times (London), "Contrasts in Verse and Prose," 22 January 1959, 3.
Description: Reed's poem "The Auction Sale" was read by Marius Goring at an Arts Council programme yesterday in St. James's Square.

Newspaper: Contrasts in Verse and Prose 
Subjects: Review, Poem
References: The Auction Sale, Marius Goring

551. Times (London), "Montherlant School Play," 26 February 1959, 3.
Description: Reed's translation of Montherlant's La Ville dont le Prince est un Enfant will be broadcast on March 10th of this year.

Newspaper: Montherlant School Play 
Subjects: Play, Translation, Radio
References: Henry de Montherlant, The Land Where the King is a Child, Archie Campbell, Denholm Elliott, Brian Bedford, Nicky Edmett, Carleton Hobbs

552. Times (London), "The B.B.C. Plucks Up Courage," 4 March 1959, 5.
Description: The question is raised about Reed's radio plays, 'possibly the funniest broadcasting of its type,' only being offered to the smallest of audiences.

Newspaper: The B.B.C. Plucks Up Courage 
Subjects: Criticism, Play, Radio

553. Times (London), "Broadcasting Programmes," 10 March 1959, 6.
Description: Reed's translation of Montherlant's La Ville dont le Prince est un Enfant is scheduled for broadcast this evening.

Newspaper: Broadcasting Programmes 
Subjects: Play, Translation, Radio
References: Henry de Montherlant, The Land Where the King is a Child, Denholm Elliott

554. Times (London), "Credible Triangle." Review of The Land Where the King is a Child, by Henry de Montherlant, translated by Henry Reed. BBC Third Programme, 10 March 1959. 11 March 1959, 13.
Description: The radio critic for the Times calls Reed's translation 'the most closely argued play we have heard for a long time.'

Newspaper: Credible Triangle 
Subjects: Criticism, Play, Translation, Radio
References: Henry de Montherlant, The Land Where the King is a Child

555. Times (London), "New Play by Mr. Samuel Beckett," 11 March 1959, 13.
Description: New radio plays for this season include Beckett's Embers, and Reed's Not a Drum was Heard (to be broadcast in May).

Newspaper: New Play by Mr. Samuel Beckett 
Subjects: Play, Radio
References: Not a Drum was Heard

556. Times (London), "Broadcasting Programmes," 10 April 1959, 6.
Description: Reed's translation of Montherlant's The Land Where the King is a Child is rebroadcast on the Third Programme tonight.

Newspaper: Broadcasting Programmes 
Subjects: Play, Translation, Radio
References: Henry de Montherlant, The Land Where the King is a Child, Denholm Elliott

557. Radio Times, "General Gland," Round and About, 1 May 1959, 4.
Description: A short column introducing Reed's next radio play in the Hilda Tablet sequence.

Newspaper: General Gland 
Subjects: Play, Radio
References: Not a Drum Was Heard, Deryck Guyler, Michael Flanders, Dorothy Primrose, Frank Duncan, Donald Swann

558. Reed, Henry. "Deryck Guyler in 'Not a Drum Was Heard': The War Memoirs of General Gland." Radio Times, 1 May 1959, 41.
Description: Includes a short, introductory note by Reed.

Newspaper: Deryck Guyler in "Not a Drum Was Heard" 
Subjects: Play, Radio
References: Not a Drum Was Heard

559. Meredith, William. "Images and Reality." Reviews of The Country of a Thousand Years of Peace and Other Poems, by James Merrill, and The Minute and Longer Poems, by John Holloway. New York Times Book Review, 3 May 1959, 4.
Description: Holloway's "A Voice for Winter" is the best poem Meredith knows (excluding Reed's "Chard Whitlow") that derives closely from Eliot's Four Quartets.

Newspaper: Images and Reality 
Subjects: Criticism, Review
References: James Merrill, The Country of a Thousand Years of Peace, John Holloway, The Minute and Longer Poems

560. Times (London), "Broadcasting Programmes," 6 May 1959, 8.
Description: Reed's next installment in the Hilda Tablet series, Not a Drum was Heard, premieres this evening on the Third Programme.

Newspaper: Broadcasting Programmes 
Subjects: Play, Radio
References: Not a Drum was Heard

561. Times (London), "General's Paranoia." Review of Not a Drum Was Heard, by Henry Reed. BBC Third Programme, 6 May 1959. 7 May 1959, 4.
Description: The radio critic for the Times calls Reed's play 'ridiculous enough to be beautiful.'

Newspaper: General's Paranoia 
Subjects: Criticism, Play, Radio
References: Not a Drum was Heard

562. Richart, Bette. "Verse of Wit." Review of Testament and Other Poems, by John Fandel. Commonweal 70, no. 6 (8 May 1959): 163-166 [163-164].
Description: Evoking Reed's 1946 A Map of Verona, Richart says Reed 'proved decisively that the image is not the whole poem'; he 'wrote the poetry of statement'; and that 'he sometimes actually said something, rather than evoked feelings.'

Journal: Verse of Wit 
Subjects: Criticism

563. Radio Times, "Deryck Guyler in 'Not a Drum Was Heard': The War Memoirs of General Gland," 22 May 1959, 31.
Description: Schedule for a repeat broadcast of Reed's radio play.

Newspaper: Deryck Guyler in "Not a Drum Was Heard" 
Subjects: Play, Radio
References: Not a Drum Was Heard, Douglas Cleverdon, Deryck Guyler, Michael Flanders, Frank Duncan, Hugh Burden, Mary O'Farrell, Marjorie Westbury, Carleton Hobbs, Donald Swann

564. Times (London), "Writing for the Radio," 22 May 1959, 16.
Description: Discussing the problems and rewards of radio drama, the correspondent remarks that 'Henry Reed has comically but brutally dismembered large tracts of contemporary society....'

Newspaper: Writing for the Radio 
Subjects: Criticism, Play
References: Henry de Montherlant, The Land Where the King is a Child, A Very Good Man Indeed, The Primal Scene, As it Were

565. Times (London), "Broadcasting Programmes," 26 May 1959, 5.
Description: Reed's play, Not a Drum was Heard: The War Memoirs of General Gland is scheduled to broadcast on the Third Programme tonight.

Newspaper: Broadcasting Programmes 
Subjects: Play, Radio
References: Not a Drum was Heard

566. Times (London), "Broadcasting Programmes," 12 June 1959, 9.
Description: Reed's translation of Giovaninetti's One Flesh is scheduled for broadcast on the Third Programme this evening.

Newspaper: Broadcasting Programmes 
Subjects: Play, Translation, Radio
References: Silvio Giovaninetti, One Flesh

567. Times (London), "Broadcasting Programmes," 1 July 1959, 9.
Description: Reed's translation of Giovaninetti's One Flesh is scheduled for rebroadcast on the Third Programme this evening.

Newspaper: Broadcasting Programmes 
Subjects: Play, Translation, Radio
References: Silvio Giovaninetti, One Flesh

568. Williams, Oscar. Letters to Henry Reed, 9 July 1959, 28 March 1963 (carbons). Williams, Oscar Mss. Collection. Lilly Library Manuscripts Department. Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana.

Manuscript: Letters to Henry Reed 
Subjects: Biography
References: Oscar Williams

569. Cambon, Glauco. "An Italian Chronicle." Poetry 94, no. 5 (August 1959): 350-354.
Description: Review of Three Plays by Ugo Betti, translated and with a foreword by Henry Reed. Evergreen Books. Grove Press. $1.75.

Journal: Poetry, Aug. 1959 
Subjects: Criticism
References: Three Plays

570. Times (London), "B.B.C. Programmes for the Weekend," 5 September 1959, 4.
Description: Reed is scheduled to read his long poem, "The Auction Sale," this evening on the BBC.

Newspaper: B.B.C. Programmes for the Weekend 
Subjects: Poem, Radio
References: The Auction Sale

571. Spencer, T.J.B. "Short Notices." Review of The Concise Cambridge Bibliography of English Literature, 600-1950, edited by George Watson. Modern Language Review 54, no. 4 (October 1959): 626-627 [627].
Description: Mentions several authors who failed to make the "Concise" volume, including Reed.

Journal: Short Notices 
Subjects: Criticism

572. Dubester, Henry J. Letter to Henry Reed (carbon), 2 October 1959. Williams, Oscar Mss. Collection. Lilly Library Manuscripts Department. Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana.

Manuscript: Letter to Henry Reed 
Subjects: Biography
References: Oscar Williams, Henry J. Dubester

573. New York Times. "Radio." 7 October 1959, 87.
Description: The schedule for WYNC has Reed's The Streets of Pompeii as a "Drama from Canada."

Newspaper: Radio 
Subjects: Play
References: The Streets of Pompeii

574. Reed, Henry. "Homage to Dame Hilda—Or Swann's Way." Radio Times, 23 October 1959, 6.
Description: Reed 'offers a few well-chosen words about "Musique Discrète.'

Newspaper: Homage to Dame Hilda 
Subjects: Play, Radio
References: Musique Discrète, Donald Swann

575. Times (London), "Radio and the Survival of the Fittest," The Arts, 28 October 1959, 4.
Description: The correspondent calls for a "fuss" to be made of good radio work by Reed, Cooper, and Naughton.

Newspaper: Radio and the Survival of the Fittest 
Subjects: Criticism
References: Giles Cooper, William Naughton

576. Zolotow, Sam. "Gore Vidal Play, 'Best Man,' Due." New York Times, 30 October 1959, 32.
Description: Betti's Time of Vengeance formerly at the White Barn Theatre in Westport, Connecticut, translated by Reed as Irene Innocente.

Newspaper: Gore Vidal Play, "Best Man," Due 
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: Ugo Betti, Irene Innocente

577. Times (London), "Broadcasting Programmes," 11 December 1959, 7.
Description: Derek Guyler stars in this evening's broadcast of Reed's Not a Drum Was Heard: The War Memoirs of General Gland.

Newspaper: Broadcasting Programmes 
Subjects: Play, Radio
References: Not a Drum Was Heard, Derek Guyler

578. Times (London), "Enoch Arden Read to Strauss Music," 11 December 1959, 16.
Description: Reed's "The Auction Sale" is part of an evening of music and literature.

Newspaper: Enoch Arden Read to Strauss Music 
Subjects: Miscellaneous, Poem
References: The Auction Sale, Marius Goring

579. Betti, Ugo. Crime on Goat Island. Translated by Henry Reed. London: Samuel French, 1960.
Description: Reed's translation of Betti's Delitto all'Isola delle Capre.

Play: Crime on Goat Island 
Subjects: Translation
References: Ugo Betti, Crime on Goat Island

580. Currey, R.N. Poets of the 1939-1945 War. London: Longmans, Green, 1960. 7, 36, 43, 47.
Description: Currey calls Reed's "Naming of Parts" and "Judging Distances" 'brilliant' in this British Council pamphlet.

Book: Poets of the 1939-1945 War 
Subjects: Criticism
References: Naming of Parts, Judging Distances

581. Hallmark Cards, Inc. Poetry for Pleasure: The Hallmark Book of Poetry. Garden City, NY: Doubleday, 1960.

Anthology: Poetry for Pleasure 
Subjects: Poem
References: Naming of Parts

582. Lehmann, John. I Am My Brother: Autobiography II. London: Longmans, Green, 1960. 167-169.
Description: John Lehmann considers Reed's poems, and reflects on their early correspondence.

Book: I Am My Brother 
Subjects: Biography, Criticism
References: Naming of Parts, Judging Distances, Unarmed Combat, Chrysothemis, Philoctetes, Tristram, Iseult La Belle, Iseult Blaunchesmains, King Mark

583. Macdonald, Dwight, ed. Parodies: an Anthology from Chaucer to Beerbohm—and After. New York: Random House, 1960. 218-219.
Description: Macdonald feels that Reed's poem, "Chard Whitlow," escapes the sins of other Eliot parodies.

Anthology: Parodies: an Anthology 
Subjects: Poem
References: Chard Whitlow, T.S. Eliot

584. Pine, L.G., ed. "Reed, Henry." The Author's and Writer's Who's Who. 4th ed. New York: Hafner, 1960. 325.
Description: Brief biography listing Reed's publications and contributions.

Book: The Author's and Writer's Who's Who 
Subjects: Biography
References: A Map of Verona, Moby Dick, The Novel Since 1939, Three Plays by Ugo Betti, Perdu and His Father

585. Reed, Henry. Review of Lady Chatterley's Lover, by D.H. Lawrence. The Listener's Book Chronicle. Listener 64, no. 1652 (24 November 1960): 948.
Description: Reed's reviews Lawrence's Lady Chatterley's Lover following the lift of the obscenity ban in Britain, wondering how many people have read it cover to cover (as opposed to every who has dipped into it, 'here and there').

Journal: Review of Lady Chatterley's Lover 
Subjects: Review
References: D.H. Lawrence, Lady Chatterley's Lover

586. Reed, Henry. Reviews of The Necessary Angel and Opus Posthumous, by Wallace Stevens. The Listener's Book Chronicle. Listener 63, no. 1620 (14 April 1960): 675-676.
Description: Reed reviews of Wallace Stevens' The Necessary Angel: Essays on Reality and the Imagination (London: Faber and Faber, 1960), and Opus Posthumous, edited by Samuel French Morse (London: Faber and Faber, 1960).

Review: Review of The Necessary Angel 
Subjects: Review
References: Wallace Stevens, The Necessary Angel, Opus Posthumous

587. Sawin, Lewis, ed. Annual Bibiliography of English Language and Literature, 1953-1954. Vol. 31. London: Cambridge University Press, 1960. 449.
Description: Indexes Reed's article for The Listener, "'If and Perhaps and But'."

Book: Annual Bibliography of English Language and Literature, 1953-1954 
Subjects: Miscellaneous
References: If and Perhaps and But

588. Reed, Henry. "'Kennst Du Das Land?'" Reviews of Italy, by M. Paul Lechat, and As for Italy, by Jean François Revel. Listener 63, no. 1607 (14 January 1960): 93.
Description: Reed's reviews of Italian travel books, including Jean François Revel's As for Italy, translated by Anthony Rhodes (London: Weidenfeld and Nicolson, 1959).

Journal: Review of As for Italy 
Subjects: Review
References: Jean François Revel, As for Italy, M. Paul Lechat, Italy

589. Times (London), Advertisement for All the King's Men, by Robert Penn Warren. 14 January 1960, 15.
Description: Reed is quoted for a blurb on All the King's Men: 'I have read no better book by an American writer of this century.'

Newspaper: Advertisement for All the King's Men 
Subjects: Review
References: Robert Penn Warren, All the King's Men

590. Scott, J.A. "The Message of Ugo Betti." Italica 37, no. 1 (March 1960): 44-57 [44].
Description: Acknowledges the contribution of Reed's translations of Betti's plays.

Journal: The Message of Ugo Betti 
Subjects: Criticism, Play, Translation
References: Ugo Betti

591. de Montherlant, Henry. The Land Where the King is a Child, translated and adapted by Henry Reed. BBC Third Programme, April 5 1960.
Description: Reed adapted de Montherlant's play La Ville dont le Prince est un Enfant for BBC radio.

Radio: The Land Where the King is a Child 
Subjects: Play, Translation, Radio
References: Henry de Montherlant, The Land Where The King is a Child, Denholm Elliott

592. Times (London), "Broadcasting Programmes," 5 April 1960, 8.
Description: Scheduled for this evening on the Third Programme is Reed's adaptation of de Montherlant's The Land Where the King is a Child.

Newspaper: Broadcasting Programmes 
Subjects: Play, Radio
References: Henry de Montherlant, The Land Where the King is a Child, Denholm Elliott

593. Times (London), "Art of the Radio Actor," 19 April 1960, 14.
Description: Carleton Hobbs, who provided voices for Reed's Hilda Tablet plays and The Land Where the King is a Child, is mentioned as a noteworthy radio actor.

Newspaper: Art of the Radio Actor 
Subjects: Criticism, Play, Radio
References: The Private Life of Hilda Tablet, The Land Where the King is a Child, Carleton Hobbs

594. Times (London), "Broadcasting Programmes," 12 May 1960, 11.
Description: Reed is scheduled to appear on "Comment on the Arts," reviewing The Leopard, by the Prince of Lampedusa, translated from the Italian by Archibald Colquhoun.

Newspaper: Broadcasting Programmes 
Subjects: Radio, Review
References: Giuseppe Tomasi di Lampedusa, The Leopard

595. Calta, Louis. "Broadway to See Betti Drama." New York Times, 8 July 1960, 17.
Description: Reed's translation of Betti's The Queen and the Rebels is expected in winter of 1960, and the 1955 London production of The Burnt Flower-Bed is mentioned.

Newspaper: Broadway to See Betti Drama 
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: Ugo Betti, Queen and the Rebels, The Burnt Flower-Bed, Irene Worth

596. Times (London), "The Opinions of Dame Hilda Tablet," 15 August 1960, 3.
Description: A "biographic" piece from the London Times concerning the grande dame's opinions on music, casting, and composing. External link.

Link: The Times (London), Aug. 1960 
Subjects: Play, Criticism, Radio
References: The Private Life of Hilda Tablet

597. Reed, Henry. Review of Six Poets of Modern Greece, translated by Edmund Keeley and Philip Sherrard. The Listener's Book Chronicle. Listener 64, no. 1642 (15 September 1960): 438-439.
Description: Reed feels that Cavafy is 'striking,' and Seferis 'comes over with real vividness,' but the other four poets do not fare as well.

Review: Review of Six Poets of Modern Greece 
Subjects: Review
References: George Seferis, Anghelos Sikelianos, D.I. Antoniou, Odysseus Elytis, Nikos Gatsos, C.P. Cavafy

598. Herbert, Sir Alan. "Thoughts on 'Lady Chatterley'." Listener 64, no. 1650 (10 November 1960): 834-835.
Description: Comment from the Third Programme on the recent "not guilty" verdict in the obscenity trial over Lady Chatterley's Lover.

Journal: Thoughts on Lady Chatterley 
Subjects: Criticism
References: D.H. Lawrence, Lady Chatterley's Lover, Denys Kilham Roberts

599. Times (London), "Broadcasting Programmes," 15 November 1960, 3.
Description: Reed's radio play, Emily Butter, with music by Donald Swann, is scheduled for rebroadcast this evening.

Newspaper: Broadcasting Programmes 
Subjects: Play, Radio
References: Emily Butter, Donald Swann

600. Bouquet, A.C. "Thoughts on 'Lady Chatterley'." Listener 64, no. 1651 (17 November 1960): 895.
Description: Reed refers to this letter in his review of Lady Chatterley's Lover on November 24.

Journal: Thoughts on Lady Chatterley 
Subjects: Criticism
References: D.H. Lawrence, Lady Chatterley's Lover

601. Betti, Ugo. Crime on Goat Island. Translated by Henry Reed. San Francisco, CA: Chandler, 1961.
Description: Reed's translation of Betti's Delitto all'Isola delle Capre.

Play: Crime on Goat Island 
Subjects: Translation
References: Ugo Betti, Crime on Goat Island

602. Clinton-Baddeley, V.C., dir. Anthology of 20th Century English Poetry. 2 sound discs: 33 1/3 rpm; 12 in. New York: Folkways Records, 1961.
Description: Reissue of Jupiter Anthology.

Sound: Anthology of 20th Century English Poetry 
Subjects: Poem
References: Naming of Parts

603. Courtney, Janice Raye. A Production and Production Book of Ugo Betti's The Queen and the Rebels. Based on Henry Reed's translation. M.F.A. thesis dissertation: University of Texas, 1961.

Manuscript: A Production Book of Ugo Betti's The Queen and the Rebels 
Subjects: Translation
References: Ugo Betti, The Queen and the Rebels

604. Feinstein, Herbert. "Ugo Betti: The High Court of Drama." Review of Three Plays by Ugo Betti, translated by Henry Reed. Prairie Schooner 35, no. 2 (Summer 1961): 180-182.
Description: Reed's translation is not criticized or commented on.

Journal: Ugo Betti: The High Court of Drama 
Subjects: Translation, Criticism
References: Ugo Betti, The Queen and the Rebels, The Burnt Flower-Bed, Summertime

605. Jennings, Elizabeth, ed. An Anthology of Modern Verse, 1940-1960. London: Methuen, 1961. 210-215.
Description: Collects Reed's poems "A Map of Verona," "The Wall," and "Naming of Parts."

Anthology: An Anthology of Modern Verse, 1940-1960 
Subjects: Poem
References: A Map of Verona, The Wall, Naming of Parts

606. Lehmann, John. "English Letters in the Doldrums?" Texas Quarterly 4, no. 3 (Autumn 1961): 56-63 [58, 59].
Description: Lehmann mentions Reed, lamenting he "has fallen entirely silent" by this time.

Journal: English Letters in the Doldrums? 
Subjects: Criticism

607. Britten, Benjamin. "Chorale." The Score: A Music Magazine 28, (January 1961): 47-51, 75 [75].
Description: Britten's Chorale was part of a Christmas Eve broadcast in 1944 which included W.H. Auden, Frances Cornford, Edith Sitwell, and Reed's poem, "The Return."

Journal: Chorale 
Subjects: Poem, Radio
References: The Return, C. Day Lewis, Louis MacNeice, Edith Sitwell, Vita Sackville-West, Laurie Lee, John Heath-Stubbs, Francis Cornford, Ann Ridler, W.H. Auden

608. Times (London), "Poetry Should Use More Than One of Its Voices." Review of An Album of Modern Poetry: An Anthology Read by the Poets, edited by Oscar Williams, 7 January 1961, 9.
Description: Review of the three-record set An Album of Modern Poetry, (Library of Congress, 1959), which includes Reed reading "Naming of Parts" and "Judging Distances."

Newspaper: Poetry Should Use More Than One 
Subjects: Criticism, Poem
References: Naming of Parts, Judging Distances

609. Reed, Henry. "Rome: 'Time's Central City'." Review of A Time in Rome, by Elizabeth Bowen. Listener 65, no. 1659 (12 January 1961): 91.
Description: Reed calls Bowen's book 'essentially a book to be read away from Rome, not in it', and feels this Rome is 'perfectly created.'

Journal: Rome: Time's Central City 
Subjects: Review
References: Elizabeth Bowen, A Time in Rome, D.H. Lawrence, Twilight in Italy

610. "The Unstuffed Owl." Review of Parodies: An Anthology From Chaucer to Beerbohm and After, edited by Dwight Macdonald. Time, 13 January 1961, 80.
Description: Excerpts "Chard Whitlow" as a parody of Eliot.

Journal: The Unstuffed Owl 
Subjects: Parody
References: Chard Whitlow

611. Times (London), "Three Women, One Man," The Arts, Review of Crime on Goat Island by Ugo Betti, translated by Henry Reed, Pembroke Theatre, London, 31 January 1961. 1 February 1961, 5.
Description: 'The enterprising playgoer is advised to accept the opportunity' to see Reed's translation of Betti's Crime on Goat Island.

Newspaper: Three Women, One Man 
Subjects: Criticism, Play, Translation
References: Ugo Betti, Crime on Goat Island

612. Times (London), "Broadcasting Programmes," 3 February 1961, 3.
Description: Reed's adaptation of Betti's House on the Water is on the Third Programme's schedule this evening.

Newspaper: Broadcasting Programmes 
Subjects: Play, Translation, Radio
References: Ugo Betti, House on the Water

613. Times (London), "Through Gloom to Catastrophe." Review of House on the Water, by Ugo Betti, translated by Henry Reed, BBC Third Programme. 4 February 1961, 3.
Description: The previous night's broadcast of Reed's translation of Betti's House on the Water is reviewed.

Newspaper: Through Gloom to Catastrophe 
Subjects: Criticism, Play, Translation, Radio
References: Ugo Betti, House on the Water, Judi Dench, Peter Woodthorpe, Jack May

614. Laws, Frederick. "Much Ambivalence." Review of The House on the Water, by Ugo Betti. Translated by Henry Reed. Listener 65, no. 1663 (9 February 1961): 282.
Description: Laws feels Reed's translation 'didn't come off at all.'

Journal: Much Ambivalence 
Subjects: Play, Radio, Translation
References: The House on the Water, Ugo Betti

615. Cloyne, George. "Shock Treatment." Talking of Books. Times (London), 16 February 1961, 15.
Description: On the subject of the rarity of good parody, Reed's poem "Chard Whitlow" is mentioned.

Newspaper: Shock Treatment 
Subjects: Criticism
References: Chard Whitlow

616. Times (London), "Broadcasting Programmes for the Weekend," 18 February 1961, 5.
Description: Reed's adaptation of Betti's The House on the Water is scheduled for broadcast on the Third Programme.

Newspaper: Broadcasting Programmes for the Weekend 
Subjects: Radio, Play, Translation
References: Ugo Betti, The House on the Water

617. Pryce-Jones, Alan. "Society and Life, Here and Abroad." The New Books. Harper's Magazine 222, no. 1330 (March 1961): 112-120 [118].
Description: Quotes "Chard Whitlow" in a review of François Mauriac's Mémoires Intérieurs.

Journal: Society and Life, Here and Abroad 
Subjects: Criticism, Poem
References: Chard Whitlow

618. Reed, Henry. "'Richard'." Review of Narrative of a Child Analysis, by Melanie Klein. Listener 65, no. 1667 (9 March 1961): 445-446.
Description: Reed, a self-proclaimed Kleinian, reviews this treatise on the conduct of child psychoanalysis, which he keeps 'on the same shelf as Finnegans Wake and War and Peace'.

Journal: Richard 
Subjects: Review
References: Melanie Klein, Narrative of a Child Analysis

619. New York Times. "Radio." 8 April 1961, 43.
Description: The radio schedule for this date lists the BBC's broadcast of Reed's The Street of Pompeii.

Newspaper: Radio 
Subjects: Play
References: The Streets of Pompeii, Flora Robson, Marius Goring

620. Funke, Lewis. "News of the Rialto: Optimists." New York Times, 30 April 1961, X1.
Description: Mentions a summer of 1960 testing of Reed's translation of Betti's The Burnt Flower-Bed in Westport, CT.

Newspaper: News of the Rialto: Optimists 
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: Ugo Betti, The Burnt Flower-Bed

621. Laws, Frederick. "Shop Window." Listener 65, no. 1678 (25 May 1961): 941-942 [942].
Description: In his review of a revised production of A Very Great Man Indeed, Laws says 'the number of memorable and established plays specifically for radio by writers of the quality of Mr. Reed is not as great as an enthusiast would wish to boast.'

Journal: Shop Window 
Subjects: Play
References: A Very Great Man Indeed

622. Reed, Henry. Review of Poems, by George Seferis, translated by Rex Warner. The Listener's Book Chronicle. Listener 65, no. 1679 (1 June 1961): 978.
Description: Reed reviews a collection of Seferis' poetry, whom he calls a 'major poet.'

Journal: Review of Poems 
Subjects: Review
References: George Seferis, Poems, Rex Warner

623. Reed, Henry. "New Thurber." Review of Lanterns and Lances, by James Thurber. New Statesman 61, no. 1578 (9 June 1961): 924-925.
Description: Reed reviews Thurber's essay collection, Lanterns and Lances (London: Hamish Hamilton, 1961).

Review: New Thurber 
Subjects: Review
References: James Thurber, Lanterns and Lances

624. Advertisement for future issue. English Journal 50, no. 6 (September 1961): 442.
Description: Highlights of an upcoming issue include a study of Reed's "Naming of Parts."

Journal: Advertisement 
Subjects: Criticism
References: Naming of Parts

625. Reed, Henry. "Veteris Vestigia Flammae." Review of Some Recollections, by Emma Hardy. Listener 66, no. 1700 (26 October 1961): 678.
Description: Reed's review of Some Recollections by Emma Hardy (Thomas Hardy's first wife), edited by Evelyn Hardy and Robert Gittings. (London: Oxford University Press, 1961).

Journal: Veteris Vestigia Flammae 
Subjects: Review
References: Thomas Hardy

626. Hyndman, Roger. "Point of Balance: A Lesson in 'Naming of Parts.'" English Journal 50, no. 8 (November 1961): 569-571, 577.
Description: Analysis, study questions, and lesson plans for teaching Reed's poem "Naming of Parts" in class.

Journal: The English Journal 
Subjects: Criticism, Poem
References: Naming of Parts

627. Simon, John. "Are You Illiterate about Modern Poetry?" Vogue 138, no. 8 (1 November 1961): 124-125, 174, 177-180 [177].
Description: Simon mentions Reed's "Naming of Parts," and alludes to "Chard Whitlow."

Journal: Are You Illiterate about Modern Poetry? 
Subjects: Criticism
References: Naming of Parts, Chard Whiltow

628. Times (London), "Sound Broadcasting," 22 November 1961, 7.
Description: Reed's play, A Hospital Case, is scheduled for broadcast this evening on the Third Programme.

Newspaper: Sound Broadcasting 
Subjects: Play, Radio
References: A Hospital Case

629. Rodger, Ian. "A Hospital Hell." Listener 66, no. 1705 (30 November 1961): 947.
Description: Rodger's review of Reed's adaptation of Buzzati's A Hospital Case: '[A] forceful play with not a few moments of great theatre' with 'excellent use of radiophonic effects.'

Journal: A Hospital Hell 
Subjects: Criticism, Radio, Play
References: Dino Buzzati, A Hospital Case, Martin Esslin, Nigel Davenport, Stephen Murray, Matrick Magee

630. Quinn, Sister M. Bernetta. "Modern Poetry in the Classroom." English Journal 50, no. 9 (December 1961) 590-595, 611 [611].
Description: Sister Bernetta wonders if perhaps difficult poems are being avoided in high school, over worries that the likes of Reed, and Roethke will not stand the test of time.

Journal: Modern Poetry and the Classroom 
Subjects: Criticism

631. Allott, Kenneth, ed. The Penguin Book of Contemporary Verse, 1918-60. New rev. ed. Harmondsworth, Middlesex, England: Penguin, 1962. 287-290.
Description: A brief, flattering biographical note by poet and editor Kenneth Allott: "Naming of Parts" and "Judging Distances" are 'among the best and most intelligent poems produced during the war.'

Anthology: The Penguin Book of Contemporary Verse 
Subjects: Biography, Criticism
References: Naming of Parts, Judging Distances, Philoctetes, Chard Whitlow, Iseult La Belle, King Mark, Tristram, Iseult Blaunchesmains

632. Balzac, Honoré de. Père Goriot. Translated and with an afterword by Henry Reed. New York: American Library, 1962.
Description: Reed's translation from the original French.

Book: Père Goriot 
Subjects: Translation
References: Honoré de Balzac, Père Goriot

633. Buzzati, Dino. Larger than Life. Translated by Henry Reed. London: Secker & Warburg, 1962.
Description: Reed's translation of Buzzati's novel Il Grande Ritratto.

Book: Larger than Life 
Subjects: Translation
References: Dino Buzzati, Larger than Life

634. Cohen, John Michael. English Translations and Translators. London: Longmans, Green, 1962. 46.

Book: English Translations and Translators 
Subjects: Criticism, Review
References: The Novel Since 1939

635. Nowottny, Winifred. The Language Poets Use. New York: Oxford University Press, 1962. 37-38.
Description: A chapter on diction uses "Naming of Parts" as an example of using a ready-made language and shifting of styles.

Book: The Language Poets Use 
Subjects: Criticism
References: Naming of Parts

636. Pirandello, Luigi. All for the Best. Translated by Henry Reed. In Right You Are! Harmondsworth, Middlesex: Penguin, 1962.
Description: Reed's translation of Pirandello's Tutto per Bene.

Play: All for the Best 
Subjects: Translation
References: Luigi Pirandello, All for the Best

637. Reed, Henry. Afterword to Père Goriot by Honoré de Balzac. New York: American Library, 1962.

Book: Afterword to Père Goriot 
Subjects: Translation
References: Honoré de Balzac, Père Goriot

638. Taylor, John Russell. Anger and After: A Guide to the New British Drama. London: Methuen, 1962. 26.
Description: Reed's dramatic work for radio and stage is mentioned in passing as part of "The Early Fifties."

Book: Anger and After 
Subjects: Criticism, Play, Translation
References: Ugo Betti, Return to Naples, The Streets of Pompeii, A Very Great Man Indeed

639. Untermeyer, Louis, ed. "Henry Reed." Modern British Poetry. New York: Harcourt, Brace & World, 1962. 506-512.
Description: A brief biography outlining Reed's radio plays, poetry, and translations.

Anthology: Modern British Poetry 
Subjects: Biography, Criticism
References: Chard Whitlow, Naming of Parts, Sailor's Harbour, The Auction Sale, Ishmael, Moby Dick

640. Reed, Henry. Reviews of Paul Gauguin: Water-Colours, Pastels, and Drawings in Colour, and noa Noa, by Paul Gauguin. The Listener's Book Chronicle. Listener 67, no. 1710 (4 January 1962): 34.
Description: Reed reviews a collection of Gauguin's art in color, and the artist's Tahitian journal, Noa Noa.

Journal: Reviews of Paul Gauguin 
Subjects: Review
References: Paul Gauguin, Jean Leymarie, Jonathan Griffin

641. Times (London), "Quest for Truth and Style in Radio," 17 March 1962, 4.
Description: On the subject of the radio ballad, a 'promised' feature on Mycenae by Reed is mentioned.

Newspaper: Quest for Truth and Style in Radio 
Subjects: Play, Radio
References: Mycenae

642. Times (London), "Sound Broadcasting," 30 March 1962, 10.
Description: Reed's satirical comedy, Emily Butter, is scheduled to be rebroadcast this evening.

Newspaper: Sound Broadcasting 
Subjects: Play, Radio
References: Emily Butter

643. "Books and Theatre: 1961-62." Tulane Drama Review 6, no. 4 (June 1962): 168-170, 172, 176-180, 182-184 [176].
Description: Lists publication of Reed's translation of Betti's Crime on Goat Island, with an introduction by G.H. McWilliam (Chandler, 1961).

Journal: Books and Theatre: 1961-62 
Subjects: Miscellaneous
References: Ugo Betti, Crime on Goat Island, G.H. McWilliam

644. Times (London), Advertisement for Expositions and Developments by Igor Stravinsky and Robert Craft. 7 June 1962, 16.
Description: An ad for the new Stravinsky book has a quote by Reed: 'as charming as its predecessors.'

Newspaper: Advertisement for Expositions and Developments 
Subjects: Review
References: Igor Stravinsky, Robert Craft, Expositions and Developments

645. Shuttleworth, Martin. "A Magnificent Piece." Listener 67, no 1733 (14 June 1962): 1045-1046 [1046].
Description: Shuttleworth calls Reed's radio play, A Hedge, Backwards (rebroadcast for the fifth time on June 6, 1962) a 'quintessentially delightful piece of English nonsense...[.]'

Journal: A Magnificent Piece 
Subjects: Criticism, Play
References: A Hedge, Backward

646. Times (London), "Sound Broadcasting," 6 September 1962, 14.
Description: Reed's play, A Hospital Case, is scheduled for rebroadcast this evening.

Newspaper: Sound Broadcasting 
Subjects: Play, Radio
References: A Hospital Case

647. Bryer, Jackson R. and Joseph N. Riddel, comps. "A Checklist of Stevens Criticism." Twentieth Century Literature 8, nos. 3/4 (October 1962-January 1963): 124-142 [140, 142].
Description: Lists Reed's 1960 Listener review of Wallace Stevens.

Journal: A Checklist of Stevens Criticism 
Subjects: Miscellaneous
References: Wallace Stevens, The Necessary Angel, Opus Posthumous

648. Reed, Henry. "Ruth Draper." Radio Times, 11 October 1962.

Journal: The World of Ruth Draper 
Subjects: Radio, Review
References: Ruth Draper

649. Times (London), "Sound Broadcasting," 16 October 1962, 16.
Description: "The World of Ruth Draper" is scheduled for broadcast this evening on the BBC's Third Programme.

Newspaper: Sound Broadcasting 
Subjects: Radio
References: Ruth Draper

650. Times (London), "Writers' and Producers' Conference," 2 November 1963, 14.
Description: For the first time, the annual BBC sound feature and drama producers' conference is to include writers, and Reed is listed to be in attendance.

Newspaper: Writers' and Producers' Conference 
Subjects: Biography
References: William Naughton, Stephen Potter, Giles Cooper, Vernon Scannell

651. "Reed, Henry." The Author's and Writer's Who's Who. 5th ed. New York: Hafner, 1963. 405.
Description: Brief bio listing Reed's publications and contributions.

Book: Reed, Henry 
Subjects: Biography
References: A Map of Verona, Moby Dick, The Novel Since 1939, Three Plays by Ugo Betti, Perdu and His Father, Père Goriot, Larger Than Life

652. Brinnin, John Malcolm, and Bill Read, eds. "Henry Reed." The Modern Poets: an American-British Anthology. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1963.

Anthology: The Modern Poets: an American-British Anthology 
Subjects: Poem, Criticism
References: Naming of Parts

653. British Broadcasting Corporation. "Third Programme: Quarterly Plan, Saturday, 29 September - Friday 28 December 1962." London: BBC, 1963.
Description: This index to the Third Programme's broadcasts lists Reed's introduction to the first of two programmes by Ruth Draper in October of 1962.

Journal: The Third Programme: Quarterly Plan 
Subjects: Radio
References: Ruth Draper

654. Fadiman, Clifton, Louis Untermeyer, and Delmer Rodabaugh. Prose and Poetry of England. 4 s.; 12 in.; 33⅓ rpm; microgroove. Syracuse, New York: L.W. Singer, 1963.

Sound: Prose and Poetry of England 
Subjects: 
References: Naming of Parts

655. Grigson, Geoffrey, ed. The Concise Encyclopedia of Modern World Literature. New York: Hawthorn Books, 1963.
Description: Reed is listed among the contributors to this reference work.

Book: The Concise Encyclopedia of Modern World Literature (0090989902)
Subjects: Review

656. Heppenstall, Rayner. The Intellectual Part. London: Barrie and Rockliff, 1963. 67.
Description: In this autobiography, Heppenstall mentions thinking well of Reed, and calls "Naming of Parts" and "Chard Whitlow" 'a kind of anti-poetry.'

Book: The Intellectual Part 
Subjects: Biography, Criticism
References: Pytheas, Naming of Parts, Chard Whitlow

657. Hyndman, Roger. "Point of Balance: A Lesson in 'Naming of Parts'." In Modern Poetry in the Classroom, edited by Roger Hyndman. Champaign, IL: National Council of Teachers of English, 1963. 19-21.
Description: Analysis, study questions, and lesson plans for teaching Reed's poem "Naming of Parts" in class.

Chapter: Modern Poetry in the Classroom 
Subjects: Criticism, Poem
References: Naming of Parts

658. Kuntz, Joseph M. Poetry Explication: A Checklist of Interpretation Since 1925 of British and American Poems Past and Present. Denver, CO: Swallow Press, 1963. 212.
Description: This index of criticism only lists Condon's 1954 article in The Explicator.

Book: Poetry Explication: A Checklist 
Subjects: Criticism
References: Naming of Parts

659. Maud, Ralph, and Aneirin Talfan Davies, eds. Dylan Thomas's Choice: An Anthology of Verse Spoken by Dylan Thomas. New York: New Directions, 1963. xix, 143-145.
Description: Thomas read several of Reed's poems to audiences at readings in 1952.

Anthology: Dylan Thomas's Choice 
Subjects: Poem
References: Chard Whitlow, Naming of Parts

660. Perrine, Laurence, ed. Sound and Sense: An Introduction to Poetry. 2nd ed. New York: Harcourt, Brace & World, 1963. 40-43.
Description: Suggests study questions for "Naming of Parts" and "Judging Distances" to assist in reading and understanding the poems in class.

Anthology: Sound and Sense 
Subjects: Poem, Criticism
References: Judging Distances, Naming of Parts

661. Pryce-Jones, David. "Towards The Cocktail Party." In Age of Austerity, edited by Michael Sissons and Philip French. London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1963. 224.
Description: Quotes Reed's article on Eliot's The Cocktail Party from the May 10, 1951 Listener.

Chapter: Towards the Cocktail Party 
Subjects: Criticism
References: T.S. Eliot, The Cocktail Party

662. Reed, Henry. Letter to Robin Skelton, 1963. University of Victoria Libraries Special Collections, SC114. Victoria, British Columbia.

Manuscript: Letter to Robin Skelton 
Subjects: Biography
References: Robin Skelton

663. Roach, Helen. Spoken Records. 2nd ed. New York: Scarecrow Press, 1963. 44, 117.
Description: Index of spoken-word recordings lists Reed and Dylan Thomas reading "Naming of Parts" and "Chard Whitlow."

Book: Spoken Records 
Subjects: 
References: Dylan Thomas, Chard Whitlow, Naming of Parts, Caedmon Collection, Anthology of 20th Century English Poetry

664. Reed, Henry. Letter to Oscar Williams (carbon), 17 April 1963. Williams, Oscar Mss. Lilly Library Manuscripts Department. Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana.

Manuscript: Letter to Oscar Williams 
Subjects: Biography
References: Oscar Williams

665. Times (London), "Mr. Basil Cameron and the Proms," 5 August 1963, 4.
Description: The season's Promenade Concerts include a 19 August performance of Bliss' "The Enchantress" by the BBC Scottish Orchestra, for which Reed wrote the vocals.

Newspaper: Mr. Basil Cameron and the Proms 
Subjects: Miscellaneous
References: Arthur Bliss, The Enchantress

666. Zolotow, Sam. "2 Foreign Plays on 1963 Calendar." New York Times, 16 August 1963, 14.
Description: Reed's translation of Betti's Corruption in the Palace of Justice is scheduled for the Cherry Lane Theatre in October of that year.

Newspaper: 2 Foreign Plays on 1963 Calendar 
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: Ugo Betti, Corruption in the Palace of Justice

667. New York Times. "The Openings." 6 October 1963, 129.
Description: Announcement for the opening of Betti's Corruption in the Palace of Justice.

Newspaper: The Openings 
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: Ugo Betti, Corruption in the Palace of Justice

668. Zolotow, Sam. "Writer Assailed Over 'The Deputy'." New York Times, 8 October 1963, 49.
Description: Reed's translation of Betti's Corruption in the Palace of Justice opens this night at the Cherry Lane Theatre.

Newspaper: Writer Assailed Over 'The Deputy' 
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: Ugo Betti, Corruption in the Palace of Justice

669. Taubman, Howard. "'Corruption' is Offered at the Cherry Lane." New York Times, 9 October 1963, 49.
Description: Theatre review for the 1963 New York production of Reed's translation of Ugo Betti's play.

Newspaper: 'Corruption' is Offered at the Cherry Lane 
Subjects: Criticism, Play
References: Corruption in the Palace of Justice, Ugo Betti

670. "Calendar." Theatre Arts 47, no. 11 (November 1963): 2.
Description: Reed's translation of Betti's Corruzione al Palazzo di Giustizia is listed as playing off-Broadway, at the Cherry Lane Theatre.

Journal: Calendar 
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: Ugo Betti, Corruption inthe Palace of Justice

671. Searles, John R. "Recordings." English Journal 52, no. 8 (November 1963): 649-650 [650].
Description: A version of "Naming of Parts" appears on the album Prose and Poetry of England (1963).

Journal: Recondings 
Subjects: Poem
References: Naming of Parts

672. "University of Washington Biography." Academic Human Resources Office faculty personnel files. University of Washington, Seattle. 6 November 1963.
Description: Reed lists his "Present title and position" as 'Independent writer' in this form filled out for his appointment at the University of Washington.

Manuscript: University of Washington Biography 
Subjects: Biography

673. "Calendar." Theatre Arts 47, no. 12 (December 1963): 2.
Description: Reed's translation of Betti's Corruzione al Palazzo di Giustizia is listed as playing off-Broadway, at the Cherry Lane Theatre.

Journal: Calendar 
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: Ugo Betti, Corruption in the Palace of Justice

674. Gassner, John. "Broadway in Review." Educational Theatre Journal 15, no. 4 (December 1963): 358-365 [364].
Description: Edward Albee's production of Corruption in the Palace of Justice suffers from the 'naïve laboriousness' and 'machine-made banality' of Betti's story.

Journal: Broadway in Review 
Subjects: Criticism
References: Ugo Betti, Corruption in the Palace of Justice

675. Gross, Harvey. "William Empson, Vernon Watkins, and Henry Reed." In Sound and Form in Modern Poetry: A Study of Prosody from Thomas Hardy to Robert Lowell. Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press, 1964. 271, 275-279, 325n.
Description: Of several contemporaries of Thomas and Auden, the author considers Reed to be the 'most considerable.'

Book: Sound and Form in Modern Poetry 
Subjects: Criticism
References: Naming of Parts, Chard Whitlow, Chrysothemis, The Auction Sale, Vernon Watkins, William Empson

676. Palgrave, Francis Turner and John Press, comps. The Golden Treasury of the Best Songs and Lyrical Poems in the English Language. New York: Oxford University Press, 1964.

Anthology: The Golden Treasury of the Best Songs and Lyrical Poems (0192541560)
Subjects: Poem
References: Judging Distances

677. Skelton, Robin, ed. Poetry of the Thirties. Harmondsworth, England: Penguin, 1964.
Description: Collection includes Reed's early poem, "Hiding Beneath the Furze."

Anthology: Poetry of the Thirties 
Subjects: Poem
References: Hiding Beneath the Furze

678. Van O'Connor, William. "Parody as Criticism." College English 25, no. 4 (January 1964): 241-248 [246-247].
Description: Reed's parody, "Chard Whitlow," is used as an argument for Eliot's 'spritual shell game.'

Journal: Parody as Criticism 
Subjects: Criticism
References: Chard Whitlow

679. New York Times. "New Books." 8 February 1964, 21.
Description: Announces publication of the Signet Classic of Reed's translation of Balzac's Eugenie Grandet, with a new afterword by Roger Shattock.

Newspaper: New Books 
Subjects: Translation
References: Honoré de Balzac, Eugenie Grandet

680. Times (London), "Ginger Group that Matters at the B.B.C.," Notes on Broadcasting. 7 March 1964, 5.
Description: Regarding the quality of the Third Programme, Reed's Hilda Tablet sequence is mentioned as one of the 'most notable works in sound broadcasting.'

Newspaper: Ginger Group that Matters at the B.B.C. 
Subjects: Play
References: Laurence Gilliam

681. Hamilton, Ian. "Poetry of the Forties—I." 4, no. 1 (April 1964): 81-89 [88].
Description: Hamilton likens Reed to F.T. Prince and Charles Causley, as all writers of 'poems of distinction which have been subtly written off as strange, local events.'

Journal: Poetry of the Forties—I 
Subjects: Criticism

682. Hamilton, Ian. "Poetry: The Forties—II." London Magazine 4, no. 3 (June 1964): 67-72 [68-69].
Description: Hamilton's essay on the poetry of the 1940s was reprinted in A Poetry Chronicle (1973).

Journal: Poetry: The Forties—II 
Subjects: Criticism
References: Judging Distances, Naming of Parts

683. "News Notes." Poetry 104, no. 3 (June 1964) 193-196 [196].
Description: Announces University of Washington's first annual Theodore Roethke Memorial Reading by John Crowe Ransom, chosen by Reed, William Matchett, and Carolyn Kizer.

Journal: News Notes 
Subjects: Biography
References: John Crowe Ransom, William Matchett, Carolyn Kizer

684. Times (London), "Broadcasting Programmes," 18 June 1964, 6.
Description: Reed's translation of Buzzati's play, "The American Prize," premieres tonight on the Third Programme.

Newspaper: Broadcasting Programmes 
Subjects: Play, Translation, Radio
References: Dino Buzzati, The America Prize

685. Hughes, Pennethorne. "Howards Beginning." Review of The America Prize, by Dino Buzzati. Translated by Henry Reed. Listener 71, no. 1839 (25 June 1964): 1045.
Description: Hughes calls Reed's translation 'a moving experience: sophisticated and intelligent.'

Journal: Howards Beginning 
Subjects: Play, Radio, Translation
References: Dino Buzzati, The America Prize

686. Times (London), "Laughter on the Third," Notes on Broadcasting, 25 July 1964, 10.
Description: A call for comedies on the Third Programme invokes Reed's 'radio intelligence.'

Newspaper: Laughter on the Third 
Subjects: Play

687. Reed, Henry. "Passage to India." Review of An Area of Darkness, by V.S. Naipaul. Spectator 213, no. 7110 (2 October 1964): 452-453.
Description: Reed finds that Naipaul's book makes 'that harrowing choice between the sorry thing that can just be laughed at and those that can only be wept at.'

Review: Passage to India 
Subjects: Review
References: V.S. Naipaul, An Area of Darkness

688. Beaty, Jerome, and William H. Matchett. Poetry: From Statement to Meaning. New York: Oxford University Press, 1965. 150-157, 192.
Description: Collects four of Reed's Lessons of the War poems.

Anthology: Poetry: From Statement to Meaning 
Subjects: Poem
References: Naming of Parts, Judging Distances, Movement of Bodies, Unarmed Combat

689. Bogan, Louise and William Jay Smith, comps. The Golden Journey: Poems for Young People. Chicago: Reilly and Lee, 1965.

Anthology: The Golden Journey (0809286890)
Subjects: Poem
References: Naming of Parts

690. Clinton-Baddeley, V.C. "The Written and the Spoken Word." Essays and Studies n.s. 18 (1965): 73-82 [78-79].
Description: Reed's recording of "Naming of Parts," makes Dylan Thomas's seem 'brash and entirely misconceived.'

Journal: The Written and the Spoken Word 
Subjects: Criticism, Poem
References: Naming of Parts, Jupiter Anthology of 20th-Century English Poetry

691. Grubb, Frederick. "No One Actually Starves: Philip Larkin." A Vision of Reality: A Study of Liberalism in Twentieth-Century Verse. New York: Barnes & Noble, 1965. 229.
Description: Larkin's "Next Please" reminds the author of "Chard Whitlow."

Chapter: No One Actually Starves 
Subjects: Criticism, Poem
References: Chard Whitlow

692. Gwynn, Frederick L., Ralph W. Condee, and Arthur O. Lewis, eds. The Case for Poetry, a Critical Anthology: Poems, Cases, and Critiques. Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: Prentice-Hall, 1965. 238.
Description: Anthology collects "Naming of Parts."

Anthology: The Case for Poetry 
Subjects: Poem
References: Naming of Parts

693. Hamilton, Ian. The Poetry of War, 1939-1945. London: Alan Ross, 1965. 36-40.
Description: Collects three of Reed's Lessons of the War poems.

Anthology: The Poetry of War 
Subjects: Poem
References: Naming of Parts, Judging Distances, Unarmed Combat

694. Hamilton, Ian, ed. The Poetry of War, 1939-1945. London: Alan Ross, 1965. 36.

Anthology: The Poetry of War, 1939-1945 
Subjects: Poem
References: Naming of Parts

695. Kenner, Hugh. The Invisible Poet: T.S. Eliot. London: Methuen, 1965. 268.
Description: "Chard Whitlow" is "the only successful parody of an Eliot manner."

Book: The Invisible Poet 
Subjects: Criticism
References: Chard Whitlow, T.S. Eliot, The Dry Salvages

696. Kroeber, Karl, and John O. Lyons, eds. Studying Poetry: A Critical Anthology of English and American Poems. New York: Harper & Row, 1965. 466-467, 567.
Description: Collects Reed's "Naming of Parts," with two short exercises for further study.

Anthology: Studying Poetry 
Subjects: Poem
References: Naming of Parts

697. Reed, Henry. "The Complete Lessons of the War," 1965. Third Programme Radio Scripts, 1949-1978. 1055, box 1, folder 21, 2 copies. Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library, Emory University. Atlanta, Georgia.
Description: Archive contains many typescripts of radio plays produced by Douglas Cleverdon, including two copies of Reed's "The Complete Lessons of the War."

Manuscript: The Complete Lessons of the War 
Subjects: Poem, Radio
References: Naming of Parts, Judging Distances, Movement of Bodies, Unarmed Combat, Returning of Issue

698. Kinnick, B. Jo. "Professional Publications." Review of Modern Poetry in the Classroom, edited by Roger Hyndman. English Journal 54, no. 2 (February 1965): 142-143 [142].
Description: Mention of Reed's inclusion in a collection of lesson plans and explications.

Journal: Professional Publications 
Subjects: Criticism
References: Naming of Parts

699. Times (London), "Sound Broadcasting," 22 March 1965, 3.
Description: Reed's translation of Buzzati's novel Il Grande Ritratto is scheduled for broadcast on the BBC's Home Service this evening, as Zone 36.

Newspaper: Sound Broadcasting 
Subjects: Play, Radio, Translation
References: Dino Buzzati, Larger Than Life, Zone 36

700. Hughes, Pennethorne. "Out of Mind." Review of Zone 36, by Dino Buzzati. Translated by Henry Reed. Listener 73, no. 1879 (1 April 1965): 500.
Description: Hughes calls the play a 'fine old shambles,' and a work of 'space fiction.'

Journal: Out of Mind 
Subjects: Play, Radio, Translation
References: Zone 36, Dino Buzzati, Marjorie Westbury, Martin Esslin

701. Reed, Henry, et al. "Sounding the Sixties." Letter to the editor. Times Literary Supplement, 12 August 1965, 697.
Description: Reed, and an assortment of artists, critics, and art historians, write to complain that Adrian Stokes was left off the TLS's list of "English Books of the 1960s."

Newspaper: Sounding the Sixties 
Subjects: Review
References: Adrian Stokes, Three Essays on the Painting of Our Time, Painting and the Inner World, The Invitation in Art, Frank Kermode, Robert Melville, Herbert Read

702. Reed, Henry. "Spain, '36-'39: No Art Out of War." Review of A Poet's War: British Poets and the Spanish Civil War, by Hugh D. Ford. Sunday Times (London), 5 September 1965, 39.
Description: Reed's review of Hugh D. Ford's A Poet's War: British Poets and the Spanish Civil War (London: Oxford University Press, 1965).

Newspaper: Spain, '36-'39: No Art Out of War 
Subjects: Review
References: Hugh D. Ford, W.H. Auden, Stephen Spender, Louis MacNeice, Herbert Read, C. Day Lewis

703. Mankin, Paul A. Review of Three Plays on Justice: Landslide, Struggle till Dawn, The Fugitive, by Ugo Betti, translated by G.H. McWilliam. College Composition and Communication 16, no. 3 (October 1965): 180-181 [180].
Description: Comparing these with Reed's more "felicitous" translations, the author finds them 'suffering.'

Journal: Review of Three Plays 
Subjects: Criticism, Play, Translation
References: Ugo Betti, Summertime, The Burnt Flower-Bed, The Queen and the Rebels, Crime on Goat Island, G.H. McWilliam

704. Hall, Carol. Review of Poetry is for People, edited by Martha M. McDonough and William C. Doster. College Composition and Communication 16, no. 5 (December 1965): 285-286 [285].
Description: Chides the editors for reducing Reed's 'witty and sophisticated' "Naming of Parts" to a 'didactic' reading of simple connotation and denotation.

Journal: Review of Poetry is for People 
Subjects: Criticism
References: Naming of Parts

705. Elliott, George P. "Speaking of Books: Writers on Campus." New York Times Book Review, 26 December 1965, 2.
Description: This article on writing for a living and teaching mentions Reed visiting at the University of Washington in 1964 and 1965.

Newspaper: Speaking of Books: Writers on Campus 
Subjects: Biography

706. Beloof, Robert. The Performing Voice in Literature. Boston: Little, Brown and Co., 1966. 263-266.
Description: Three of Reed's Lessons of the War are used as examples of the use of voice in literature.

Book: The Performing Voice in Literature 
Subjects: Poem
References: Naming of Parts, Judging Distances, Unarmed Combat

707. Betti, Ugo. The Queen and the Rebels. Translated by Henry Reed. London: Blackie, 1966.
Description: Reed's translation of Betti's La Regina e gli Insorti, edited by Michael Marland, with contributions by Ronald Eyre and Dame Irene Worth, press reviews by Kenneth Tynan and the dramatic critic of The Times.

Play: The Queen and the Rebels 
Subjects: Translation
References: Ugo Betti, The Queen and the Rebels

708. Blythe, Ronald, ed. Components of the Scene: Stories, Poems, and Essays of the Second World War. Harmondsworth, England: Penguin, 1966.

Anthology: Components of the Scene 
Subjects: Poem

709. Condon, Richard A. "Reed's 'Naming of Parts.'" In vol. 1, The Explicator Cyclopedia: Modern Poetry, edited by Charles Child Walcutt and J. Edwin Whitesell. Chicago: Quadrangle Books, 1966. 244-245.
Description: Reprint of Richard Condon's 1954 critique of Reed's "Naming of Parts."

Chapter: The Explicator Cyclopedia 
Subjects: Criticism
References: Naming of Parts

710. Dunning, Stephen. Teaching Literature to Adolescents. Glenview, IL: Scott, Foresman, 1966. 22-23.
Description: Teaching poetry 'inductively,' and recognizing different voices or speakers in a poem using "Naming of Parts." With suggested questions for class.

Book: Teaching Literature to Adolescents 
Subjects: Criticism
References: Naming of Parts

711. Gardner, Brian, ed. The Terrible Rain: the War Poets, 1939-1945. London: Methuen, 1966. 33-36.

Anthology: The Terrible Rain: the War Poets, 1939-1945 (0413150100)
Subjects: Poem
References: Judging Distances, Naming of Parts

712. Hamblett, Charles, and Leslie Frewin, eds. I Burn For England: An Anthology of World War II. London: Frewin, 1966.

Anthology: I Burn For England 
Subjects: Poem
References: Naming of Parts

713. Kennedy, X.J., ed. An Introduction to Poetry. Boston: Little, Brown, 1966.

Anthology: An Introduction to Poetry 
Subjects: Poem
References: Naming of Parts

714. Friedrich, Gerhard. "The English Teacher and the Process of Communication." English Journal 55, no. 1 (January 1966); 19-27 [27].
Description: "Naming of Parts" cited as an example for 'establishing the identities of compositional techniques and literary effects.'

Journal: The English Teacher and the Process of Communication 
Subjects: Criticism
References: Naming of Parts

715. Times (London), "The Consolations of a Routine Evening," 11 February 1966, 17.
Description: Summation of the previous evening's television includes The Full Man, a program of poetry recited by actors, including poems by Reed.

Newspaper: The Consolations of a Routine Evening 
Subjects: Poem

716. Times (London), "Sound Broadcasting," 14 February 1966, 3.
Description: Reed is scheduled to read The Complete Lessons of the War on the Third Programme this evening.

Newspaper: Sound Broadcasting 
Subjects: Poem, Radio
References: Naming of Parts, Judging Distances, Unarmed Combat, Movement of Bodies, Returning of Issue

717. Sinicropi, Giovanni. Review of Two Plays, by Ugo Betti, edited by G.H. McWilliam. Modern Language Journal 50, no. 5 (May 1966): 307.
Description: McWilliam previously wrote the introduction to Reed's translation of Betti's Crime on Goat Island (1961).

Journal: Review of Two Plays 
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: Ugo Betti, Crime on Goat Island, G.H. McWilliam

718. Thompson, Kenneth L., comp. "Catalogue of Works." Musical Times 107, no. 1482 (August 1966): 666-670, 672-673 [670].
Description: This bibliography lists the first performance dates of the composer Arthur Bliss' collaboration with Reed for "The Enchantress."

Journal: Catalogue of Works 
Subjects: Miscellaneous
References: The Enchantress

719. Beringause, Arthur F., ed. English Literature V: From 1940. New Dimensions in Literature Series. Wichita, KS: McCormick-Mathers, 1967.

Anthology: English Literature V: From 1940 
Subjects: Poem
References: Naming of Parts, The Wall

720. Bryer, Jackson R. and Thomas J. Bergin, Jr. "Book Reviews." Wisconsin Studies in Contemporary Literature 8, no. 2 (Spring 1967): 325-364 [331].
Description: This issue, devoted to Nabakov, has a bibliography which includes Reed's 1946 review of Sebastian Knight.

Journal: Book Reviews 
Subjects: Miscellaneous
References: Vladimir Nabakov, Sebastian Knight

721. Buzzati, Dino. Larger than Life. Translated by Henry Reed. New York: Walker, 1960, 1967.
Description: Reed's translation of Buzzati's novel Il Grande Ritratto.

Book: Larger than Life 
Subjects: Translation
References: Dino Buzzati, Larger than Life

722. Crang, Alan, comp. Tunes on a Tin Whistle: Some Real-Life Poetry. New York: Pergamon, 1967.

Anthology: Tunes on a Tin Whistle 
Subjects: Poem

723. Hodnett, Edward, ed. Poems to Read Aloud. New York: Norton, 1967.

Anthology: Poems to Read Aloud 
Subjects: Poem
References: Naming of Parts

724. Wright, Walter F. The Shaping of The Dynasts: A Study in Thomas Hardy. Lincoln, NE: University of Nebraska Press, 1967. 318.
Description: Quotes from Reed's 1943 Penguin New Writing article, "The Making of 'The Dynasts'."

Book: The Shaping of The Dynasts 
Subjects: Review
References: Thomas Hardy, The Dynasts

725. Zvanut, James Francis. A Production and Production Book of Ugo Betti's Crime on Goat Island. Based on Henry Reed's translation. MFA thesis dissertation: University of Texas, 1967.

Manuscript: A Production Book of Ugo Betti's Crime on Goat Island 
Subjects: Translation
References: Ugo Betti, Crime on Goat Island

726. New York Times. "A Listing of New Books." 31 July 1967, 25.
Description: Announces publication of Reed's translation of Buzzati's novel Larger Than Life.

Newspaper: A Listing of New Books 
Subjects: Translation
References: Dino Buzzati, Larger Than Life

727. Lask, Thomas. "To The Bitter End," Books of the Times. Review of Larger Than Life, by Dino Buzzati, translated by Henry Reed. New York Times, 5 August 1967, 21.
Description: Book review of Reed's translation of Buzzati's Larger Than Life.

Newspaper: To the Bitter End 
Subjects: Criticism, Translation
References: Dino Buzzati, Larger Than Life

728. Roloff, Leland H. Review of The Performing Voice in Literature, by Robert Beloof. Educational Theatre Journal 19, no. 3 (October 1967): 404-405.
Description: Paraphrases Reed's "Judging Distances," included in the reviewed collection.

Journal: Review of The Performing Voice in Literature 
Subjects: Criticism
References: Judging Distances

729. Molinaro, Julius A., comp. "Bibliography of Italian Studies in America." Italica 44, no. 4 (December 1967): 482-493 [482].
Description: Lists Reed's translation of Buzzati's Larger Than Life.

Journal: Bibliography of Italian Studies in America 
Subjects: Miscellaneous
References: Dino Buzzati, Larger Than Life

730. Altenbernd, Lynn, and Leslie L. Lewis, eds. Introduction to Literature: Poems. New York: Macmillan, 1968. 486.
Description: Anthology containing "Lessons of the War: Naming of Parts."

Anthology: Introduction to Literature: Poems 
Subjects: Poem
References: Naming of Parts

731. Cromie, Robert, ed. Where Steel Winds Blow. New York: David McKay, 1968.

Anthology: Where Steel Winds Blow 
Subjects: Poem

732. Jones, D.L., ed. War Poetry: An Anthology. Oxford: Pergamon Press, 1968. 116-123.
Description: Using Reed's poetry as an example of the 'individual's response' to the Second World War, Jones discusses the contrasts, irony, and ambiguities found in the Lessons of the War.

Anthology: War Poetry: An Anthology (082034818)
Subjects: Criticism, Poem
References: Naming of Parts, Judging Distances, Unarmed Combat

733. Lehmann, John. A Nest of Tigers: The Sitwells in Their Times. Boston: Little, Brown and Co., 1968. 212.
Description: Reed visited Edith Sitwell in London, following the publication of his article on her poetry in Penguin New Writing in 1944.

Book: A Nest of Tigers 
Subjects: Biography
References: Edith Sitwell

734. Levy, William Turner. Affectionately, T.S. Eliot: The Story of a Friendship, 1947-1965. Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott, 1968. 106.
Description: Levy quotes Eliot as saying in 1958 (of Reed's "Chard Whitlow"): 'Not bad. But I think I could write a better parody myself!"

Book: Affectionately: T.S. Eliot 
Subjects: Biography, Poem
References: Chard Whitlow, T.S. Eliot, Dylan Thomas

735. Skelton, Robin, ed. Poetry of the Forties. Harmondsworth, England: Penguin, 1968. 88-93, 205-206.
Description: Collects three of the Lessons of the War poems, and Reed's lesser-known "The Wall."

Anthology: Poetry of the Forties 
Subjects: Poem
References: Naming of Parts, Judging Distances, Unarmed Combat, The Wall

736. Allen, Walter. "Speaking of Books: Report from the Campus." New York Times Book Review, 7 January 1968, 2.
Description: Mentions Reed's teaching at the University of Washington.

Newspaper: Speaking of Books: Report from the Campus 
Subjects: Biography

737. Newby, P.H. "Montherlant's Play." Letter to the editor. Listener 79, no. 2025 (18 January 1968): 84.
Description: Reminds the Listener that Reed's adaptation of The Land Where the King is a Child was broadcast back in 1959.

Journal: Montherlant's Play 
Subjects: Biography
References: Henru de Montherlant, The Land Where the King is a Child.

738. Times (London), "Marzotto Play for BBC," 20 May 1968, 14.
Description: Reed's translation of Ginzburg's The Advertisement is to be broadcast in July.

Newspaper: Marzotto Play for BBC 
Subjects: Play, Translation, Radio
References: Natalia Ginzburg, The Advertisement

739. Hyman, Stanley Edgar. "Fable Italian Style." New Yorker 44 (1 June 1968): 122-125.
Description: Review of Larger than Life by Dino Buzzati, translated by Henry Reed.

Journal: Fable Italian Style 
Subjects: Criticism
References: Dino Buzzati, Larger than Life

740. "Plays and Features." Supplement to Listener 79, no. 2047 (20 June 1968): ii.
Description: Upcoming programs include Reed's translation of Ginzburg's the Advertisement, recorded in advance and broadcast the same night as the stage premiere at the Old Vic Theatre, starring Joan Plowright.

Journal: Plays and Features 
Subjects: Biography, Play, Radio
References: Natalia Ginzburg, The Advertisement, Joan Plowright

741. Times (London), "What to Look Out For," 22 June 1968, 18.
Description: Reed's adaptation of Brusati's La Fastidiosa is predicted to be at the Mercury Theatre this fall.

Newspaper: What to Look Out For 
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: Franco Brusati, La Fastidiosa

742. Evans, Gerard. "Too Much Simulating." Listener 80, no. 2054 (8 August 1968): 187.
Description: Reed's translation of The Land Where the King is a Child was broadcast for the fourth time.

Journal: Too Much Simulating 
Subjects: Play, Radio, Translation
References: Henri Montherlant, The Land Where the King is a Child, Denholm Elliott, Carleton Hobbs

743. "Third Programme Quarterly Plan." Supplement to Listener 80, no. 2060 (19 September 1968): i.
Description: Upcoming repeat of Reed's translation of Ginzburg's The Advertisement.

Journal: Third Programme Quarterly Plan 
Subjects: Radio, Play
References: Natalia Ginzburg, The Advertisement, Joan Plowright, Derek Jacobi, Rosalind Shanks, Carol Mason

744. Times (London), "Television and Radio," 24 September 1968, 14.
Description: Reed's translation of Ginzburg's play L'Inserzione premieres this evening.

Newspaper: Television and Radio 
Subjects: Radio, Play, Translation
References: Natalia Ginzburg, The Advertisement

745. Wardle, Irving. "Unhappy Opening for New Season." Review of The Advertisement by Natalia Ginzburg, translated by Henry Reed. National Theatre, 24 September 1968. Times (London), 25 September 1968, 8.
Description: An unfavorable review of opening night for Reed's translation of Ginzburg's The Advertisement. Includes a photograph of Joan Plowright as Teresa.

Newspaper: Unhappy Opening for New Season 
Subjects: Criticism, Play, Translation
References: Natalia Ginzburg, The Advertisement, Joan Plowright

746. Wardle, Irving. "Is the National Theatre Doing Its Job?" Times (London), 28 September 1968, 19.
Description: Wardle cites the "lachrymous" production of Ginzburg's Advertisement as signs of a poor season.

Newspaper: Is the National Theatre Doing Its Job? 
Subjects: Play, Criticism
References: Natalia Ginzburg, The Advertisement

747. Esslin, Martin. "The Advertisement." Letter to the editor. Times (London), 1 October 1968, 11.
Description: Defends The Advertisement as a Marzotto Prize winner.

Newspaper: The Advertisement 
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: Natalia Ginzburg, The Advertisment

748. Mitchell, A.J. "The Advertisement." Letter to the editor. Times (London), 2 October 1968, 11.
Description: Letter criticizing Esslin's defense of Ginzburg's play.

Newspaper: The Advertisement 
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: Natalia Ginzburg, The Advetisement, Martin Esslin

749. Times (London), "Brusati Play for London," 5 October 1968, 18.
Description: La Fastidiosa, a play adapted by Reed from Brusati's novel, is scheduled to open at the Mercury Theatre on 21 October.

Newspaper: Brusati Play for London 
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: Franco Brusati, La Fastidiosa

750. Times (London), Advertisement for La Fastidiosa by Franco Brusati, translated by Henry Reed, 21 October 1968, 15.

Newspaper: Advertisement for La Fastidiosa 
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: Franco Brusati, La Fastidiosa

751. Trussler, Simon. "Disturbing Statement About Matriarchy." Review of La Fastidiosa by Franco Brusati, translated by Henry Reed. Mercury Theatre, 21 October 1968. Times (London), 22 October 1968, 13.
Description: Review of the opening night of Reed's adaptation of Brusati's La Fastidiosa.

Newspaper: Disturbing Statement About Matriarchy 
Subjects: Criticism, Play, Translation
References: Franco Brusati, La Fastidiosa

752. Times (London), Advertisement for La Fastidiosa, by Franco Brusati, translated by Henry Reed, 23 October 1968, 19.

Newspaper: Advertisement for La Fastidiosa 
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: Franco Brusati, La Fastidiosa

753. Times (London), Advertisement for La Fastidiosa, by Franco Brusati, translated by Henry Reed, 31 October 1968, 19.

Newspaper: Advertisement for La Fastidiosa 
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: Franco Brusati, La Fastidiosa

754. Times (London), Advertisement for La Fastidiosa, by Franco Brusati, translated by Henry Reed, 7 November 1968, 19.

Newspaper: Advertisement for La Fastidiosa 
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: Franco Brusati, La Fastidiosa

755. Times (London), Advertisement for La Fastidiosa, by Franco Brusati, translated by Henry Reed, 9 November 1968, 18.

Newspaper: Advertisement for La Fastidiosa 
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: Franco Brusati, La Fastidiosa

756. Wardle, Irving. "Nothing Much to Cheer." Times (London), 28 December 1968, 16.
Description: No "big rows" in the preceding theatre season, except those over Ginzburg's The Advetisement, and Hochbuth's Soldiers.

Newspaper: Nothing Much to Cheer 
Subjects: Criticism, Play, Translation
References: Natalia Ginzburg, The Advertisement

757. Bates, Scott, ed. Poems of War Resistance: From 2300 B.C. to the Present. New York: Grossman, 1969

Anthology: Poems of War Resistance 
Subjects: Poem

758. Cleverdon, Douglas. The Growth of Milk Wood. New York: New Directions, 1969. 15.
Description: Reed's Return to Naples was part of a radio series called Return Journey, which included Dylan Thomas's Under Milk Wood, as well as programs by Sean O'Faolain, Eric Linklater, V.S. Pritchett, Christopher Sykes, and W.R. Rodgers.

Book: The Growth of Milk Wood (0460038281)
Subjects: Radio
References: Return to Naples

759. Cole, William, comp. A Book of Nature Poems. New York: Viking, 1969.

Anthology: A Book of Nature Poems (0670180076)
Subjects: Poem
References: Lives

760. Gassner, John, and Edward Quinn, eds. "Radio and Television Drama in Britain." In The Reader's Encyclopedia of World Drama. New York: Thomas Y. Crowley, 1969. 690.
Description: Reed's radio work is mentioned in the encyclopedia article on British broadcasting.

Chapter: Radio and Television Drama in Britain 
Subjects: Criticism
References: The Streets of Pompeii, A Very Great Man Indeed

761. Ginzburg, Natalia. The Advertisement. Translated by Henry Reed. London: Faber and Faber, 1969.
Description: Reed's translation of Ginzburg's play, L'Inserzione.

Play: The Advertisement (0571091539)
Subjects: Play, Translation
References: Natalia Ginzburg, The Advertisement

762. Heppenstall, Rayner. Portrait of the Artist as a Professional Man. London: Peter Owen, 1969. 67.
Description: Heppenstall takes credit for turning Reed to writing dramatic verse for radio.

Book: Portrait of the Artist as a Professional Man 
Subjects: Biography
References: Pytheas

763. Holmes, Paul C., and Anita J. Lehman, comps. Keys to Understanding: Receiving and Sending the Poem. New York: Harper & Row, 1969

Anthology: Keys to Understanding 
Subjects: Poem

764. Lehmann, John. In My Own Time: Memoirs of a Literary Life. Boston: Little, Brown and Co., 1969. 170, 318-321, 353.
Description: Reprints of Lehmann's autobiographies including The Whispering Gallery and I Am My Brother.

Book: In My Own Time 
Subjects: Biography, Criticism
References: Naming of Parts, Judging Distances, Unarmed Combat

765. Lief, Leonard, and James F. Light, comps. The Modern Age: Literature. New York: Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1969. 607.

Anthology: The Modern Age: Literature (0030733901)
Subjects: Poem
References: Naming of Parts

766. Ling, Peter, comp. Gentlemen at Arms: Portraits of Soldiers in Fact and Fiction, in Peace and War. London: Owen, 1969.

Anthology: Gentlemen at Arms (0720636019)
Subjects: Poem
References: Naming of Parts, Judging Distances

767. Ramsbotham, Michael. The Remains of a Father. London: Chatto & Windus, 1969.

Book: The Remains of a Father (0701114096)
Subjects: Miscellaneous

768. Reed, Henry and Ken Russell. Untitled television script. Papers of Henry Reed. University of Birmingham Information Services, Special Collections. MS031. Birmingham, England.
Description: Reed's notebooks contain a draft of this teleplay on composer Richard Strauss, which he would eventually abandon, and which became Ken Russell's Dance of the Seven Veils.

Manuscript: Untitled television script 
Subjects: Play
References: Ken Russell, Dance of the Seven Veils, Richard Strauss

769. Schwitzke, Heinz, ed. Reclams Hörspielführer. Stuttgart: Philipp Reclam, 1969. 499-501.
Description: The "Radio Play Leader," containing a short biography, and synopsis of Reed's The Streets of Pompeii (Die Straßen von Pompeji), and A Very Great Man Indeed (Ein wahrhaft großer Mann). In German.

Chapter: Reclams Hörspielführer 
Subjects: Play, Biography, Criticism
References: The Streets of Pompeii, A Very Great Man Indeed

770. Taylor, John Russell. The Angry Theatre: New British Drama. New York: Hill and Wang, 1969. 26.

Book: The Angry Theatre (809026635)
Subjects: Criticism
References: Return to Naples, The Streets of Pompeii, The Private Life of Hilda Tablet, A Very Great Man Indeed

771. Weingarten, Romain. Summer, translated by Henry Reed. Typescript of radio play, 1969. Richard L. Purdy Collection of Thomas Hardy. GEN MSS 111, Series VI, 809. Yale University, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, New Haven, CT.
Description: This adaptation of Weingarten's play was broadcast on the BBC's Third Programme on October 3rd, 1969.

Manuscript: Summer 
Subjects: Play, Translation, Radio
References: Romain Weingarten, Summer

772. Willison, I.R., ed. The New Cambridge Bibliography of English Literature, vol. 4, 1900-1950. Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press, 1969. 330.
Description: A short bibliography of Reed's longer published works, mostly his translations.

Book: The New Cambridge Bibliography of English Literature 
Subjects: Miscellaneous
References: A Map of Verona, The Novel Since 1939, Moby Dick, Perdu and His Father, Three Plays by Ugo Betti, Crime on Goat Island, Larger Than Life, Eugenie Grandet, The Advertisement

773. Times (London), "Weekend Broadcasting," 4 January 1969, 13.
Description: Reed's "recollection" of actress Mary O'Farrell is scheduled for this evening.

Newspaper: Weekend Broadcasting 
Subjects: Biography, Radio
References: Mary O'Farrell

774. Lask, Thomas. "In England's Green and Pleasant Land," Books of the Times. Review of The Remains of a Father, by Michael Ramsbotham. New York Times, 22 April 1969, 45.
Description: A review of Ramsbotham's second novel, The Remains of a Father.

Newspaper: In England's Green and Pleasant Land 
Subjects: Criticism
References: Michael Ramsbotham, The Remains of a Father

775. New York Times Book Review. "Reader's Report." 27 April 1969, 36.
Description: A reader's reaction to Ramsbotham's second novel, The Remains of a Father.

Newspaper: Reader's Report 
Subjects: Criticism
References: Michael Ramsbotham, The Remains of a Father

776. Reed, Henry. "From the Sow's Ear." Review of A Pelican at Blandings, by P.G. Wodehouse. Sunday Times (London), 28 September 1969, 62.
Description: Reed ranks Wodehouse's novel 'very highly,' and calls it 'incomparably funny.'

Newspaper: From the Sow's Ear 
Subjects: Review
References: P.G. Wodehouse, A Pelican at Blandings, Osbert Lancaster

777. Times (London), "Television Today," 3 October 1969, 19.
Description: Reed's adaptation of Weingarten's play Summer is scheduled for broadcast this evening.

Newspaper: Television Today 
Subjects: Play, Translation, Radio
References: Romain Weingarten, Summer

778. Reed, Henry. "The Interval." Listener 82, no. 2122 (27 November 1969): 763.

Journal: The Interval 
Subjects: Poem
References: The Interval

779. Betti, Ugo. Corruption in the Palace of Justice. Translated by Henry Reed. In The New Theatre of Europe, v. 1, no. 5. New York: Dell, 1970. 321-399.
Description: Reed's translation of Betti's Corruzione al Palazzo di Giustizia.

Play: Corruption in the Palace of Justice 
Subjects: Translation
References: Ugo Betti, Corruption in the Palace of Justice

780. Bliss, Arthur. As I Remember. London: Faber and Faber, 1970

Book: As I Remember (571092829)
Subjects: Biography

781. Ginzburg, Natalia. The Advertisement. Translated by Henry Reed. In The New Theatre of Europe, v. 4 no. 1. New York: Dell, 1970. 1-46.
Description: Reed's translation of Ginzburg's Inserzione.

Play: The Advertisement 
Subjects: Translation
References: Natalia Ginzburg, The Advertisement

782. Morris, John, ed. From the Third Programme, A Ten-Years Anthology: Imagination, Argument, Experience, Exposition. Port Washington, NY: Kennikat Press, 1970.
Description: Reed's poem "Antigone" was aired on September 30th, 1946, the second day of broadcasting for the Third Programme.

Anthology: From the Third Programme, A Ten-Years Anthology (0804609314)
Subjects: Poem
References: Antigone

783. Murphy, Rosalie, ed. "Reed, Henry." In Contemporary Poets of the English Language. New York: St. Martin's Press, 1970. 904.
Description: A brief entry for Reed's major works.

Chapter: Contemporary Poets of the English Language 
Subjects: Biography, Criticism

784. Peck, Richard, ed. Sounds and Silences. New York: Delacorte Press, 1970. 134-135.
Description: A collection of American and English poetry about such facets of modern life as sonic booms, conscientious objectors, psychedelic images, and loneliness.

Anthology: Sounds and Silences 
Subjects: Poem
References: Naming of Parts

785. Plotz, Helen, comp. The Marvelous Light: Poets and Poetry. New York: Crowell, 1970.

Anthology: The Marvelous Light 
Subjects: Poem

786. Reed, Henry. Lessons of the War. New York: Chilmark Press, 1970.