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Updated June 2012

T. E. Lawrence to Edward Garnett


Saturday
[A day or two after 7.9.22]

Well, here it is, the whole mass of it, absolutely uncorrected. I pity you, wading in it. I've numbered the chapters in pencil: the pages are still blank: so if you spill them, all you can do is to write me a p.c. for help!

It is very good of you to try and re-shape it.

E.L.

I should have thanked you more graciously for the offer of Belles-Lettres: but the hour was a short one: and I don't really know why I don't want to do it - and that puzzled me.

L.

I'm going to stick it in some post office on my way back. Camp has been awful the last 3 days: a solid grind of work.

Source: DG 367-8
Checked: mv/
Last revised: 18 February 2006


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