BRACERS Record Detail
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Texas, U. of, HRC
"McTaggart always goes to sleep, and can't be got to speak unless one attacks him fiercely, when he suddenly becomes witty."
"I am glad you sent tulips to Mrs. [Whitehead]—she has a passionate love of flowers."
Paris (O's there): BR's memories:
1889—with "enemy-friend" Fitzgerald 1st time abroad since 2, a great excitement.
April 1894—joined Alys [Russell] and family on way back from Rome. Embassy—"I loathed that time ..." but made friends with the Sturges. Mrs. [Mary] Berenson.
1900—"I persuaded [Whitehead] to think equally well of Peano, and that was the beginning of our formal cooperation."—That autumn was the "supreme time" of his life, intellectually.
SLBR 1: #168
Record last modified 2021/10/21
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