Hugh Kingsmill, Review, 'new English Review', May 1945
That is familiar mystical rhetoric, and that, no doubt, is sincere.
93. HUGH KINGSMILL ON AUDEN'S SELF-CONSCIOUSNESS, OCCLUDED PASTURES, 'NEW ENGLISH REVIEW'
xi, May 1945, 79-81
Hugh Kingsmill (1889-1949), born Hugh Kingsmill Lunn, unillusioned biographer, essayist, novelist, and parodist, was Literary Editor of 'Punch' and, for twenty years, of the 'New English Review'. His books include 'Matthew Arnold' (1928), 'Frank Harris' (1932), 'The Table of Truth' (parodies, 1933), and 'The Progress of a Biographer' (1947). See also 'The Best of Hugh Kingsmill' (ed. Michael Holroyd, 1970).