Letter to Philip Morrell regarding his defence of his work against John Middleton Murry's review of Siegfried Sassoon, Counter-attack, and Other Poems, in The Nation 13 July 1918

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Letter to Philip Morrell regarding his defence of his work against John Middleton Murry's review of Siegfried Sassoon, Counter-attack, and Other Poems, in The Nation 13 July 1918

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29 July: "I"m paralysed by the task of describing a week end at Garsington. I suppose we spoke some million words between us [...] There was Gertler; Shearman & Dallas for tea; Brett, Ottoline, 3 children & Philip. The string which united everything together was Philip"s attack on Murry in The Nation for his review of Sassoon [...] to prove his case Philip read Murry"s article, his letter, & his letter to Murry, three times over, so I thought, emphasising his points, & lifting his finger to make us attend. And there was Sassoon"s letter of gratitude too. I think Ott. was a little bored."

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The Diary of Virginia Woolf

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See p.174 n.34 in source for background on review article and correspondence read.

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29 July: "I"m paralysed by the task of describing a week end at Garsington. I suppose we spoke some million words between us [...] There was Gertler; Shearman & Dallas for tea; Brett, Ottoline, 3 children & Philip. The string which united everything together was Philip"s attack on Murry in The Nation for his review of Sassoon [...] to prove his case Philip read Murry"s article, his letter, & his letter to Murry, three times over, so I thought, emphasising his points, & lifting his finger to make us attend. And there was Sassoon"s letter of gratitude too. I think Ott. was a little bored."

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See p.174 n.34 in source for background on review article and correspondence read.

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Accessed on 2019/10/17 22:16:28

Related place
England
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The Diary of Virginia Woolf
Related place
England
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