113566

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Collection code 
RA1
Class no. 
710
Document no. 
081509
Box no. 
2.38
Source if not BR 
Recipient(s) 
BR
Sender(s) 
Morrell, Ottoline
Date 
1911/10/09*
Enclosures/References 
Form of letter 
ALS
Pieces 
5
BR's address code (if sender) 
Notes, topics or text 

"Monday." Dated by BR.

OM has read two chapters of Prisons. "It is so clear and chiselled and fine and sympathetic." She asks if the Whiteheads have read Prisons yet. She comments on truth and how it is expressed in Prisons.

"One must take risks and live bravely and cheerfully and venture as Keats used to say."

Philip is happy and there are no problems. They are still reading Gibbon and she comments on it.

OM calls Waterlow a gossip. She says it was "foolish of Arthur Dakyns to tell him <Waterlow?" and asks if Dakyns is very unhappy.

She hopes BR will be able to find a chaperone for Miss Cox. OM asks if BR has heard anything of "Old June"—she has a new book coming out.

She mentions Clive Bell's article in the Nation.

OM has met the Mentz Tonzoks who live near Fiume. She heard from Lamb yesterday. Lamb saw Lytton Strachey.

Filed 
Published 
Russell letter no. 
Permission 
Everyone
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113566
Record created 2008/06/03
Record last modified 2015/09/16
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