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Updated June 2012

T. E. Lawrence to Edward Garnett


26. IX. 23

I'm hardly fit to write to - the replies come so late and are so slattern. The last chapter of Gulliver explains it, for I'm becoming (at last... it's been a tough process) one of my company.

To such, books as refined as Hudson's are not proper: and yet I'd like one very much. Will you send me that which people least want? the one which has lingered on your shelf? There isn't anything else to say. I'm trained now, and tanks are behind me. [16 lines omitted]

Source: DG 432
Checked: mv/
Last revised: 20 February 2006


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