1919. A biographical volume from the author, Gerald Cumberland
(pseudonym of Charles Frederick Kenyon), who was a contemporary of
such renowned literary figures as George Bernard Shaw, W. B. Yeats,
and Edward Elgar and noted for such works as The Poisoner and Tales
of a Cruel Country. Set Down in Malice is best remembered for
Cumberland's account of his interactions with Aleister Crowley.
Contents: Mr. George Bernard Shaw; Miscellaneous; Mr. Frank Harris;
Mr. Stanley Houghton and Mr. Harold Brighouse; Some Writers; Sir
Edward Elgar; Intellectual Freaks; Fleet Street; Mr. Hall Caine;
More Writers; Musical Critics; Manchester People; Chelsea and Mr.
Augustus John; Cathedral Musical Festivals; People of the Theater;
Berlin and Some of Its People; Some Musicians; Two Chelsea Rags,
1914 and 1918; More Musicians; People I Would Like to Meet; and
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