Archive Collection icon Archive Collection: James Elroy Flecker, The blue noon

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Title: James Elroy Flecker, The blue noon

Level: Collection 

Classmark: BC MS 20c Flecker

Creator(s): Flecker, James Elroy (1884-1915)

Date: c. 1910

Main language: English

Size and medium: 1 autograph manuscript poem held in a guarded envelope

Persistent link: https://explore.library.leeds.ac.uk/special-collections-explore/7367 

Collection group(s): English Literature

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Description

The poem was written at the 'Hotel Stephane, Montana-sur-Sierre, Switzerland'

The dark red guarded envelope bears gilt lettering on its spine as follows: THE BLUE NOON - JAMES ELROY FLECHER (sic)

Administrative or biographical history

James Elroy Flecker (1884-1915), the poet and dramatist, entered consular service in 1908 after graduating at Oxford. He died at Davos in Switzerland, and much of his literary work was published posthumously. For details see the Dictionary of National Biography.

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