Either Mutineers OR Both Great and Small

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Either Mutineers OR Both Great and Small

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Evidence

"I had a good lunch at Calais — how I love the lunch at Calais don"t you! — and am now extremely comfy in a sleeping compartment all to myself. The train is not even full. I am enjoying myself madly and am looking forward to a very early breakfast with honey at Basel and a lovely day over the St Gotthard. [...] I am posting Mr Legge"s novel to Redcar. Elsa [Gertrude Bell"s half-sister] may like to look at it for friendship"s sake — though if she were a true friend she wd refuse for it"s singularly feeble. It"s a pity his writings are not up to his looks!"

Source


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Reader(s) and listener(s)

Gertrude Bell
Aged 31 [Experience in 1899, born in 1868]

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Notes
A. E. J. Legge who had already published two volumes of poetry, produced two novels during this period, ""Mutineers"" (1898) and ""Both Great and Small"" (1899).

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Accessed on 2020/09/29 06:45:26

Related place
France
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Related place
France
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Either Mutineers OR Both Great and Small

Reading experience
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Evidence

"I had a good lunch at Calais &mdash; how I love the lunch at Calais don"t you! &mdash; and am now extremely comfy in a sleeping compartment all to myself. The train is not even full. I am enjoying myself madly and am looking forward to a very early breakfast with honey at Basel and a lovely day over the St Gotthard. [...] I am posting Mr Legge"s novel to Redcar. Elsa [Gertrude Bell"s half-sister] may like to look at it for friendship"s sake &mdash; though if she were a true friend she wd refuse for it"s singularly feeble. It"s a pity his writings are not up to his looks!"

Source


Text being read

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TST4
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Reader(s) and listener(s)

Gertrude Bell
Aged 31 [Experience in 1899, born in 1868]

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Date of Reading Experience
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Notes
A. E. J. Legge who had already published two volumes of poetry, produced two novels during this period, ""Mutineers"" (1898) and ""Both Great and Small"" (1899).

How to cite this record

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Accessed on 2020/09/29 06:45:26

Related place
France
Related person
Related place
France
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