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"(Florence MacCunn. [italics] Sir Walter Scott"s Friends [end italics] Wm. Blackwood 1909) I have just finished this enchanting book which for a time has entirely seduced me from both Lawrence and Carlyle. I read the whole of D.H.L"s letters last week when in bed with a cold; felt completely in sympathy with him and a passionate desire to be on his side, no matter whom I deserted or decried. Began the whole book again, marking passages,meaning to re-read all his works and try and make him out. All this prompted by an article in [italics] L[ife] and L[etters] [end italics] that annoyed me. J. Soames, comparing him with Rousseau. Probably everything she said was true, but the whole tone was patronising and self-righteous. I wanted to explode a squib under her chair. Now I want to find if there"s any likeness or not between Lawrence and Carlyle. But at the moment I am in revolt against L. Why does one veer about so with him?"

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Antonia White. Diaries 1926-1957
Related place
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"(Florence MacCunn. [italics] Sir Walter Scott"s Friends [end italics] Wm. Blackwood 1909) I have just finished this enchanting book which for a time has entirely seduced me from both Lawrence and Carlyle. I read the whole of D.H.L"s letters last week when in bed with a cold; felt completely in sympathy with him and a passionate desire to be on his side, no matter whom I deserted or decried. Began the whole book again, marking passages,meaning to re-read all his works and try and make him out. All this prompted by an article in [italics] L[ife] and L[etters] [end italics] that annoyed me. J. Soames, comparing him with Rousseau. Probably everything she said was true, but the whole tone was patronising and self-righteous. I wanted to explode a squib under her chair. Now I want to find if there"s any likeness or not between Lawrence and Carlyle. But at the moment I am in revolt against L. Why does one veer about so with him?"

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http://eured.univ-lemans.fr/dbworkshop/index.php/Detail/objects/75754
Accessed on 2020/08/08 00:33:13

Related place
England
Related people
White, Antonia
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Antonia White. Diaries 1926-1957
Related place
England
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