The IB Catalogue

Bib.1

(unattributed) ‘The Collected Poems of G. K. Chesterton’, review of The Collected Poems of G. K. Chesterton, Pauline 46 no. 306 (February 1928), 13–15

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Bib.1(a)

‘Reflections on the Art of John Armstrong (O.P.)’, Debater (St Paul’s School) no. 9 (March 1928), 4

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Bib.1(b)

The Truro Prize Essay (1928) (on freedom), Debater (St Paul’s School) no. 10 (November 1928), 3, and no. 11 (July 1929), 22; repr. as ‘Freedom’ in F

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Bib.1(c)

(ed. with others) The Radiator (St Paul’s School) vol. 1 no. 1 (Summer 1928); if (as seems likely) there are any contributions by IB, they are unsigned; one that is almost certainly his is ‘Our Interview with GKC’, 24–5 (repr. at F 7–8)

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Bib.2

‘Pelican s’en va-t-en guerre: a tale of war and peace’, Pelican Record 19 no. 2 (March 1929), 34–6: IB was one of the editors of this journal, the magazine of Corpus Christi College, Oxford, from vol. 19 no. 4 (December 1929) to vol. 20 no. 4 (June 1932); every issue contains unsigned items, some of which may be his

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Bib.2(a)

(unattributed) Review of Oliver Elton, C. E. Montague: A Memoir, Pelican Record 19 no. 4 (1929), 85–6

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Bib.2(b)

'Music Chronicle' in Oxford Outlook 10 no. 53 (November 1930) 616–27; the first of a series of five reviews of recent musical events in Oxford written by IB and published between 1930 and 1932; he adopted the pseudonym ‘Albert Alfred Apricott’, or 'A.A.A.'

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Bib.3

‘Some Procrustations’, Oxford Outlook  10 no. 52 (May 1930), 491–502

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Bib.4

Editorial, Oxford Outlook  10 no. 53 (November 1930), 561–5

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Bib.5

Review of Ernst Benkard, Undying Faces, Oxford Outlook  10 no. 53 (November 1930), 628–30

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Bib.6

‘Music Chronicle’, Oxford Outlook  11 no. 54 (March 1931), 49–53; the second of a series of five reviews of recent musical events in Oxford written by IB and published between 1930 and 1932; he adopted the pseudonym ‘Albert Alfred Apricott’, or 'A.A.A.'

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Bib.7

‘Music Chronicle’, Oxford Outlook 11 no. 55 (June 1931), 131–5; the third of a series of five reviews of recent musical events in Oxford written by IB and published between 1930 and 1932; he adopted the pseudonym ‘Albert Alfred Apricott’, or 'A.A.A.'

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Bib.8

(unattributed) ‘Oglethorpe University, Ga’, Pelican Record 20 no. 2 (March 1931), 34–40

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Bib.9

Editorial, Oxford Outlook  11 no. 54 (March 1931), 1–2

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Bib.10

‘Alexander Blok’, editorial, Oxford Outlook  11 no. 55 (June 1931), 73–6; see also letter from D. S. Mirsky with comment from IB, ibid. no. 56 (November 1931), 224–5

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Bib.11

Translation of Alexander Blok, ‘The Collapse of Humanism’, Oxford Outlook  11 no. 55 (June 1931), 89–112

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Bib.12

‘Music Chronicle’, Oxford Outlook  12 no. 57 (February 1932), 61–5; the fourth of a series of five reviews of recent musical events in Oxford written by IB and published between 1930 and 1932; he adopted the pseudonym ‘Albert Alfred Apricott’, or 'A.A.A.'

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Bib.13

‘Music Chronicle’, Oxford Outlook 12 no. 58 (May 1932), 133–8; the fifth of a series of five reviews of recent musical events in Oxford written by IB and published between 1930 and 1932; he adopted the pseudonym ‘Albert Alfred Apricott’, or 'A.A.A.'

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Bib.14

Review of Leonard Woolf, After the Deluge, Oxford Outlook  12 no. 57 (February 1932), 68–70

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Bib.15

Review of Havelock Ellis, Views and Reviews: First Series, Criterion 12 no. 7 (January 1933), 295–8

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