letter to John Maynard Keynes, 11 December 1935

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Sunday 6 January 1935: "We lunched with Maynard & Lydia [Keynes] [...] talked about [...] Wells -- [Maynard] had read his Au[tobiograph]y. Thought him a little squit [...] A lack of decency, said M. [...] Then he read us a long magnificently spry and juicy letter from Shaw, on a sickbed, aged 77. The whole of economics twiddled round on his finger, with the usual dives & gibes & colloquialities. The most artificial of all styles, I said, like his seeming natural speaking."

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The Diary of Virginia Woolf

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See p.272 n.5 in source for further details on text read.

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How to cite this record

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Related place
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The Diary of Virginia Woolf
Related place
England
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