Ralph [Strachey] to Pippa [Philippa Strachey]

Scope and Content

Encloses a letter of Margaret's 'so that you can see Margaret's state of mind', She obviously cannot stand any responsibilities, and he has told her to leave the house, go into a hotel, and send Ursula to a school. If she says she can't face the worry of the arrangements he can only ask Pippa to do the necessary: push her out of the house and send the child to a school. Impossible for him to get home while the war is on and for some time after. Sent from Calcutta.