David Jones apologises for not having replied to Jim Ede's letter. He has begun to work on some left-over material from the 'Anathemata'. Glad that Ede has met Georges Cattani. Ede feels that David Jones is not the right person to answer religious questions, discusses the pursuit of perfection in its relation to religion and aesthetics. Mentions Fr Martin d'Arcy, Harman Grisewood, and the myth of Jens and Nemesis, which he compares to a Takisin story. He talks about his conversion to Catholicism and the circumstances surrounding it, and his CBE. No address.
Letter from David Jones to Jim Ede: Ede has met Georges Cattani
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- ReferenceGB 1759 KY/EDE/1/8/1/97
- Former ReferenceGB 1759 L.105.1977
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