Correspondence and other materials related to Robert Harborough Sherard, collected by both Glennyth M. Woods and by Francis
Watson. Letters and other documents are concerned with the reputation of Oscar Wilde, Sherard's life and career, his views
on other literary and social figures of his day, and other topics, such as his views on World War II.
Robert Harborough Sherard:
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