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BR begins his letter addressing Maw's letter of 27 January, saying, "My note of Dec. 4, 1932 in no way commits me to agree to the children going to a day school while living with their mother. On the contrary, it explicitly says that the question of day or boarding school has not yet been considered. The sole point, is as to the decision of the children's time if it should be decided that they should go to a day school."
"I am not willing to undertake to give notice to determine the children's schooling at Dartington at Christmas 1935 if they go there. If the school does not seem satisfactory, we shall, of course, both wish them to go elsewhere; and if, as Dora thinks, Dartington is undesirable in later adolescence, this will no doubt become as evident to me as to her."
Divorce Bundle, 203
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