BRACERS Record Detail
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Texas, U. of, HRC
To Lady Ottoline Morrell (1911 April 26)
"Wednesday morning … Your lovely long letter of Monday and yesterday". Sends her old letters: one from Forsyth; other from "the man who translated Spinoza, whom I reviewed [W. Hale White, trans., Spinoza's Ethics, The Nation, 8 (12 Nov. 1910): 278, 280]; he is "Mark Rutherford" whom she may have read.
"Please return them. I also found a typewritten copy of my article on history which I will send you to keep. I think it contains some things I cut out before publishing." Wrote to Una Birch [Pope-Hennessy] about her book. "I found Robert Bridges delightful" at Oxford. Loves Keats's letters.
Re B&R C10.07
Re B&R C04.12
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