Item 9 - Letter from Roger Fry to R. C. Trevelyan

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Letter from Roger Fry to R. C. Trevelyan


  • 3 [Oct 1897] (Creation)

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Churt House, Farnham. - Has sent off Trevelyan's other poems, which he and Helen liked very much, particularly "Epimetheus". They are staying with the Cromptons: Helen has suffered an attack of pleurisy and must spend another winter abroad, probably in Italy; hopes that Trevelyan will visit.

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      Pencil annotation numbering the letter '13A'. Various dates also suggested: '1897?', corrected to 8 then crossed out, and '1893', the last digit perhaps rubbed out, but the reference to "Epimetheus", see 4/6, dates it to 1897.

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