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They are provided to TripAdvisor by third-party partners such as Expedia and Giata. He published two books of poems: In the mids he met David Stuart Horner who was his lover and companion for most of his life.

Sitwell's first work of fiction, Triple Fugue , was published in , and visits to Italy and Germany produced Discursions on Travel, Art and Life His first novel, Before the Bombardment , set in an out-of-season hotel, was well reviewed — Ralph Straus writing for Bystander magazine called it 'a nearly flawless piece of satirical writing', and Beverley Nichols praised 'the richness of its beauty and wit'.

Re-edited over three quarters of a century after its initial publication, The Man Who Lost Himself has found new popularity as an idiosyncratic mystery novel. Sitwell, sure in himself of the techniques he was exercising, went on to write several further novels, including Miracle on Sinai and Those Were the Days neither of which received the same glowing reviews as his first. His "The Four Continents" is a book of travel, reminiscence and observation. Sitwell sued Cavalcade for breach of copyright.

He obtained an interim injunction preventing further publication in Cavalcade , which ensured further surreptitious circulation of the poem. When the full case came to court, Cavalcade tried to get Sitwell to produce the missing verse.

Sitwell resisted on the grounds that he could not be forced to make a criminally libellous statement. The case ended up in the Appeal Court, where Sitwell won and obtained damages and costs. Sitwell knew that, because of the libel issue, the poem could not be published in his lifetime; he decided that publication should wait even longer than that to avoid "pain to those still living".

An Essay on the Abdication authored posthumously by Sitwell. Sitwell, in his essay, explained the background to the poem in some detail because he recognised that the long delay in publication would result in many readers being unfamiliar with the characters.

In he started an autobiography that ran to four volumes: Writing in The Adelphi , George Orwell declared that, " although the range they cover is narrow, [they] must be among the best autobiographies of our time.

The sometimes acidic diarist James Agate commented on Sitwell after a drinking session on 3 June , in Ego , volume 1, "There is something self-satisfied and having-to-do-with-the-Bourbons about him which is annoying, though there is also something of the crowned-head consciousness which is disarming. For the past 30 years has conducted, in conjunction with his brother and sister, a series of skirmishes and hand-to-hand battles against the Philistine.