[Dussant] to 'ma chere Jenny' [Mrs Strachey]

Scope and Content

Says that things would never have arrived at the state they are today if they had been near a friend such as she is. If she loves Marie let her speak a word of reason to her. She cannot understand why she now has the reputation of being a nervous and highly strung woman. One again she begs her: 'jugez la, jugez moi, non par les mots mais par les faits et dennez lui un sage conseil, ou il arrivera malheur - malheur a elle, malheur a moi, malheur a la maison' With envelope