Item 162 - Letter from Thomas Sturge Moore to R. C. Trevelyan

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TRER/16/162

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Letter from Thomas Sturge Moore to R. C. Trevelyan

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  • [Mar 1909?] (Creation)

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20 St James's Square, Holland Park, [London] W. - He and his wife heard the news [of Paul Trevelyan's death] from the Sangers the day evening before Bob's letter arrived, so were 'already full of sorrow and sympathy' for the Trevelyans. Too 'overwhelmed' by the thought of what losing their own children would mean to himself and Marie to offer more than 'a timid assurance of fellow-feeling', as far as is possible without 'the brutal experience'. They had hoped very much that Paul was getting strong again, so it is a real shock. Hopes that they will be able to 'bear up'.

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