Trevelyan, Raleigh

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TREVELYAN, Raleigh. British (born British India), b. 1923. Genres: Novels, History, Autobiography/Memoirs, Biography, Translations. Career: Editor, Collins Publishers, 1948-58; Editor, Hutchinson Publishing, 1959-61; Editorial Director, Michael Joseph Ltd, London, 1962-73; Director, Hamish Hamilton Ltd, London, 1974-80; Literary Adviser, Jonathan Cape, publishers, London, 1980-86; Literary Adviser, Bloomsbury Publishers, 1986-88. Publications: The Fortress: A Diary of Anzio and After, 1956; A Hermit Disclosed, 1960; (trans.) G. Paladino, Peace at Alamein, 1962; The Big Tomato, 1966; (trans.) L. Meneghello, The Outlaws, 1966; Princes under the Volcano, 1972; The Shadow of Vesuvius, 1976; A Pre-Raphaelite Circle, 1978; Rome '44: The Battle for the Eternal City, 1981; Shades of the Alhambra, 1984; The Golden Oriole: Childhood Family and Friends in India, 1987; La Storia dei Whitaker, 1988; Grand Dukes and Diamonds: The Wernhers of Luton Hoo, 1991; The Companion Guide to Sicily, 1996; Sir Walter Raleigh, 2002. EDITOR: Italian Short Stories: Penguin Parallel Texts, 1965; Italian Writing Today, 1967; (with commentary) A Clear Premonition: Letters of Tim Lloyd, 1995. Address: 18 Hertford St, London W1J 7RT, England. On- line address: [email protected]