Talk by Edward Sackville-West. Alain Fournier's novel was introduced to readers in an English translation by Havelock Ellis in 1928. A new English edition has just been published with the title "The Wanderer". The scene of the novel is the Sologne. Its characters, atmosphere and plot have caused much discussion among critics.
An introductory symposium with contributions by Bertrand Russell
G. M. Trevelyan , O.M.
Lord David Cecil
This symposium introduces a major series of talks on the Victorian age. See article by Professor Basil Willey on page 3 and synopsis of the series on page 4
Edited by Anthony Lewis
Musical Dialogues sacred and secular by composers of three centuries
Ena Mitchell (soprano)
Dorothy Bond (soprano)
René Soames (tenor)
Trevor Anthony (bass) Leonard Brain (oboe)
(harpsichord, organ, and piano)
5—' The Republic ’
The sections on political justice from Books 1-4 of the F. M. Cornford translation, arranged as a consecutive dialogue by R. H. S. Crossman and produced by Rayner Heppenstall
With Arthur Young as Socrates
Last programme, ' The Laws' arranged by Herbert Read : March 2
R. H. S.
' Dardanus '
‘ Hippolyte et Aricie I
' Les Fetes d'Hcbe '
Margaret Field-Hyde (soprano)
Irène Joachim (soprano) Raymond Arnade (tenor) Julien Giovanetti (bass)
Scott Joynt (bass) The London Choir
(Conductor, Maurice Vinden )
The Boyd Neel Orchestra
(Leader. Maurice Clare )
Josephine Lee (harpsichord)
Conducted by Roger Désormière
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