A. G. A. V.
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|Author||Blunden, Edmund (1896-1974)|
|Title||A. G. A. V.|
|Notes||Manuscript in pen in Edmund Blunden's hand. This is a recollection of Arthur G. A. Vidler, Blunden's friend and fellow student at Christ's Hospital. Also one of the officers present at the 'Feast of Five', described in 'Undertones of War' (1928). The title is not, as far as is known, a reference to the poem with the same name. The final page does not appear to be related to the narrative. It contains various references to music, a reference to a ghost of a soldier, and sketches of a bishop and a Japanese man.|
|Collection ID||The Edmund C. Blunden Collection|
|Repository name||Harry Ransom Center|
|Repository address||The University of Texas at Austin|
21st and Guadalupe Streets
|Copyright||The Harry Ransom Center / The Edmund Blunden Literary Estate|