Item 8 - Letter from Edward Marsh to R. C. Trevelyan

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TRER/19/8

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Letter from Edward Marsh to R. C. Trevelyan

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  • 29 Apr [1912] (Creation)

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5 Raymond Buildings, Grays Inn. - Supposes it is Bob who has sent him the "Bride of D[ionysus]", and thanks him if so; had already got it and read it yesterday. Hopes he will 'live to see the opera'; thinks Bob has given Donald [Tovey] 'splendid chances'. Likes it a lot as a play, especially the last act, especially Ariadne's dream. Does not 'always follow [Bob's] vers libres', but blames his 'own stupidity'. Saw Bob the other day at D[onald]'s concert, but was in the middle of a row so couldn't get to him. They might meet at one of the other concerts, but the dates are not good for him; thinks he will be 'away with Winston [Churchill] in the yacht for most of them'. Asks Bob if he will write his poem 'Proud mayst though be...' ["For a Fan"] in the book which Marsh has started a collection of autograph poems. Hopes they will meet soon for a talk; has 'got lots of new pictures' since Bob was last here.,

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15/279: Letter, 5 May 1912, from R. C. Trevelyan to Edward Marsh in reply to this.

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