131294

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Collection code 
B&R
Class no. 
H
Document no. 
.
Box no. 
Source if not BR 
Recipient(s) 
Utley, Freda
Sender(s) 
Russell, Patricia
Date 
1937/07/09
Enclosures/References 
Form of letter 
PD(X)
Pieces 
1
BR's address code (if sender) 
Notes, topics or text 

Patricia Russell had written on the verso of BR's letter to Utley (see record 53980). The letter is found in Freda Utley's Odyssey of a Liberal, page 159. 

"I have been wondering whether or not to reply to Mrs. Shaw saying that I shall be in London one day soon and asking her whether it would be of any use to call for a moment alone to try and unravel the misunderstanding. I do think there seems to be a genuine misunderstanding as well as sheer willfullness and cruelty, and I think there may be a little hope left through Mrs. Shaw. Also, Shaw did seem to find me rather attractive—I think he likes red hair! And perhaps I could weep on him. Don't think this conceited.

I have written in that sense to Mrs. Shaw. The worst that can happen is for him to refuse to see me. Bertie thinks he might be nice to my face and say something contradictory to Maisky afterwards.

It is Conrad's bath time. I am as angry as everyone else, but I would lick the beast's boots if this would help. I think he must be a bit crazy. It is Mrs. Shaw who gives me still a little hope."

Filed 

B&R H146

Published 

B&R H146

Russell letter no. 
Permission 
Everyone
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Reel no. 
Frame no. 
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131294
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Record last modified 2016/03/23
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