Sweet Girl Graduate: A Christmas Story and Random Rhymes

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It would not be very easy for me to give you any idea of the pleasure I found in your present….I can assure you, your little book, coming from so far, gave me all the pleasure and encouragement in the world..." [Note 1]Martin read RLS’s essay ‘Virginibus Puerisque’ in ""Cornhill"" for August 1876 and wrote to him expressing his pleasure.

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According to Note 4 on p.212 the ‘present’ in question was Martin’s ""Sweet Girl Graduate: A Christmas Story and Random Rhymes"" (Melbourne, 1876), a 94-page booklet containing the story plus seven poems. The Editors’ Note 1 to Letter 473 states that Martin (1851-1902), editor 1876-82 of and contributor to ""The Melbourne Review"" “read RLS’s essay ‘Virginibus Puerisque’ in 'Cornhill' for August 1876 and wrote to him expressing his pleasure.” The implication seems to be that the note or letter expressing this pleasure accompanied the book.

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Sweet Girl Graduate: A Christmas Story and Random Rhymes

Reading experience
Identifer:
ukred-26849

Evidence

It would not be very easy for me to give you any idea of the pleasure I found in your present….I can assure you, your little book, coming from so far, gave me all the pleasure and encouragement in the world..." [Note 1]Martin read RLS’s essay ‘Virginibus Puerisque’ in ""Cornhill"" for August 1876 and wrote to him expressing his pleasure.

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According to Note 4 on p.212 the ‘present’ in question was Martin’s ""Sweet Girl Graduate: A Christmas Story and Random Rhymes"" (Melbourne, 1876), a 94-page booklet containing the story plus seven poems. The Editors’ Note 1 to Letter 473 states that Martin (1851-1902), editor 1876-82 of and contributor to ""The Melbourne Review"" “read RLS’s essay ‘Virginibus Puerisque’ in 'Cornhill' for August 1876 and wrote to him expressing his pleasure.” The implication seems to be that the note or letter expressing this pleasure accompanied the book.

How to cite this record

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The Letters of Robert Louis Stevenson, April 1874-July 1879
http://eured.univ-lemans.fr/dbworkshop/index.php/Detail/objects/87573
Accessed on 2019/11/14 04:54:11

Related place
Scotland
Related people
Stevenson, Robert Louis
Related text or manuscript
The Letters of Robert Louis Stevenson, April 1874-July 1879
Related place
Scotland
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