Haroldus Nicolson

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Haroldus Nicolson (1886-1968) fuit scriptor Anglicus legatusque Britanniae apud Deliberationem de pace componenda Lutetiae factam anno 1919.

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  • Paul Verlaine (1921)
  • Sweet Waters (1921) mythistoria
  • Tennyson - Aspects of His Life, Character and Poetry (1923)
  • Byron: The Last Journey (1924)
  • Swinburne (1926)
  • Some People (1927)
  • The Development of English Biography (1927) Hogarth Lectures on Literature No. 4
  • Portrait of a Diplomatist (1930)
  • Swinburne and Baudelaire (1930) Zaharoff Lecture
  • People and Things: Wireless Talks (1931)
  • The Changing World 2, The New Spirit in Literature (1932)
  • Peacemaking 1919 (1933)
  • Public Faces (1933) mythistoria
  • Curzon: The Last Phase, 1919 – 1925: A Study in Post-War Diplomacy (1934)
  • Dwight Morrow (1935)
  • Politics in the Train (1936)
  • Germany and the Rhineland, a Record of Addresses Delivered at Meetings Held at Chatham House (1936; cum Norman Angell aliisque)
  • Helen's Tower (1937)
  • Small Talk (1937)
  • The Meaning Of Prestige (1937) Rede Lecture
  • Diplomacy: a Basic Guide to the Conduct of Contemporary Foreign Affairs (1939)
  • Why Britain is at War (1939)
  • Marginal Comment (1939)
  • The Desire to Please: A Story of Hamilton Rowan and the United Irishmen (1943)
  • England, An Anthology (1944; editor)
  • Friday Mornings 1941-1944 (1944)
  • Another World Than This (1945; editor cum Vita Sackville-West)
  • The Congress of Vienna: A Study in Allied Unity: 1812-1822 (1946)
  • The English Sense of Humor: An Essay (1946)
  • Tennyson's Two Brothers (1947) Leslie Stephen Lecture
  • Comments 1944-1948 (1948)
  • Benjamin Constant (1949)
  • King George the Fifth: His Life and Reign (1952)
  • The Evolution of Diplomacy (1954) Chichele Lectures 1953
  • Good Behaviour: Being A Study Of Certain Types Of Civility (1955)
  • The English Sense of Humour and other Essays (1956)
  • Journey to Java (1957)
  • Sainte-Beuve (1957)
  • The Age of Reason (1700-1789) (1960)
  • The Old Diplomacy and the New (1961) David Davies Memorial Institute of International Studies Lecture
  • Kings, Courts and Monarchy (1962)
  • Diaries and Letters (1968), a Nigel Nicolson edita

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