Lyttelton Hart-Davis letters
In March 2002, The Atlantic's New and Noteworthy column had a short item by Michael Dirda on the occasion of the publication of a selection of the Lyttelton Hart-Davis letters, describing with great enthusiasm the seven volumes of their correspondence. It begins,
Wherever one chooses to read them, the Letters have retained their appeal over time, though the references in them become increasingly obscure. These notes, compiled by Matt Richards and edited and web-mastered by Victoria Harding, provide information the correspondents each knew the other had, and are intended to increase the pleasure of reading the Letters on into the future.