Flecker, James Elroy, 1884-1915.
Biography and History
James Elroy Flecker was an English poet, novelist, and playwright. He studied at Trinity College, Oxford, and Caius College, Cambridge. From 1910 he was in the consular service in the Eastern Mediterranean. His most widely known poem is To a Poet a Thousand Years Hence . He died of tuberculosis in Davos, Switzerland. His death at the age of thirty was described at the time as "unquestionably the greatest premature loss that English literature has suffered since the death of Keats."
Source: From the finding aid for C1336
Call Number: C1336
Consists of selected correpondence and manuscripts of James Elroy Flecker, the English poet, novelist, and playwright.