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T. E. Lawrence to Henry Williamson

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[2 February 1929]

They have posted me to Plymouth: so if ever the frost breaks (Brrrr... Ughhhh) a motor-bike will disturb Skirr Cottage. A horrible bike: but so beautiful in its owner’s eyes and heart!

It will be comic, our meeting: I am icy cold, and very English, and correct. Sober as judges used to be. However, all the more reason for meeting a wild man. At least your reputation won't scare me off. A bas all the Hawthorndens. Hawthorn, forsooth! Den forsooth!

It will not be for a while. A new camp takes learning: especially for me, who am always uneasy with a new crowd. [10 words omitted]

Note
Full text, 113 words, in Letters Vol. 9 p. 66.

Source: GOF 24
Checked: jw/
Last revised: 5 July 2006


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