ALS to William Young

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Thanks Young for his postcard and deduces from it that he is thinking of going to live in the South of France. Regrets that he has no information about the foreign office asking for new Degrees, but gives the information he does have about two commissions, one on Science and one on Modern Languages. Believes that the new scientific posts created by the War will give Young a chance to settle in the UK. Mentions that he is glad Young has leave from Liverpool.

Administrative / Biographical History

Professor of English Literature at the University of Aberdeen.

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Professor of English Literature at the University of Aberdeen.

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