Papers of Lyn Newman
||ALS to Nancy Blackburn
||14 Dec. 1960
|Extent and Medium
||3 p; paper
|Content and context|
Responds to a phone conversation between herself and Nancy. Covers Nancy's illness, Lyn's anxieties about her relationship with Max, the possible division of Cross Farm. Muses on the state of marriage, refering to Edith Anne Robertson's criticism of "Lady Chatterley's Lover". Mentions a long conversation with Tom Volens, the vicar of Eversden. Explains that it is not surprising that Hamish Hamilton is not advertising "Field with Geese" on his splash list. Encloses a photograph with lines from Yeat's prayer for his son. Mentions Judy's recent breakdown, a flood at Roscoe Beddoes' house in Newtown, and her application for a writing grant.
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