Notes that the 'Rawson Seminar', held the previous month in Sydney, went well. She thanks Crook for the contribution that he made, mentioning that she was presented with a presentation volume of essays by twenty one colleagues. She notes that 'ritual has a place in personal and professional lives'. She is now happily settled in to the History department as an honorary Visiting Fellow.
TLS from Beryl Rawson, The Australian National University, Canberra, Australia.
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