Item 84 - Letter from Dorothea Eastwood to R. C. Trevelyan

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Letter from Dorothea Eastwood to R. C. Trevelyan


  • 21 Dec 1946 (Creation)

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5 Sloane Court, London, S.W.3. - Thanks Trevelyan for his translations, which both enjoyed; she particularly liked the Sophocles ["Oedipus at Colonus"]. Wonders if Trevelyan knew her grandfather, A. J. Butler, writer of "Sport in Classic Times" and his Greek translations, "Amaranth and Asphodel". They rang Irene [Cooper Willis?] up recently, who said she would bring Trevelyan for supper after Christmas; will ring again to arrange a day. Hopes Trevelyan's son's exhibition at the Lefevre has gone well.

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