On the style of the letter he is writing, Hamilton being done, Di[xe?] Scott being in town and going to him the following day, needing bucking up, needing to see her more, sending her a cheque to get a dress, Dora wanting to get to work again, wanting to lock her up with only four pieces of drawing paper a month, a new idea for a children's book, the 'Storytelling', his writing, taking Miss [Garrin?] to see Hungarian woodcuts, seeing Edward [Thomas] but feeling he is growing away from him, his feelings towards Edward [Thomas], Cecil Chesterton, being away from London and the effect of this on him, feeling lonely and struggling to know why, and looking forward to seeing her again.
29 Sep 1908
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