Never seen a copy of Cyril Connolly’s Horizon magazine? provides free access to its online archive of periodicals, books, videos and films, including full runs of Horizon (1940-1949), Encounter (1953-1991), and many others.

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2 Responses to Never seen a copy of Cyril Connolly’s Horizon magazine?

  1. Scott Lahti says:

    Incredible, I thought when a friend privy to the project alerted me this Christmas past (better than a ghost, by far) to the online archive of the full run of Encounter (1953-1990). I wrote about Encounter in a 1986 article in National Review, and now that the magazine in full is up for all to read, am tempted to do an extended article on it. Perhaps I should send a letter to the TLS, whose columnist "J.C." (James Campbell, back-page chronicler of all manner of  striking literary arcana, recently devoted an item to it, with in-the-know readers following on successive letters pages.  

    • Mawar says:

      Evelyn Waugh has awayls been one of my favorites, although Scoop is one I haven’t read yet. His sense of humor is a little twisted just like mine!

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