's father, Reginald Baliol Brett
, became the second Viscount Esher after his father
's death in 1899. In his capacity as a peer and courtier, Reginald Regy Brett wore distinguished hats after being...
Intertextuality and Influence
The New Yorker in the event paid $410, of which an agent claimed ten percent and Crichton claimed a third. Brett did make another thirty-five dollars when the piece was reprinted in a volume. Her...
This two-volume selection was edited by Viscount Esher
. It covers the period from 1832 to 1840 and contains portraits.