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Autograph letter signed : Paris, to Arthur Moore, [1895 Dec. 22 and 27].

Author: Ernest Christopher Dowson; Arthur Moore; H Bradley Martin
Edition/Format:   Book : English
Publication:Dowson letters to Moore (MA 1625) item 161
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Thanking him for a letter and referring to his indignation at Edgar Jepson's interference in Dowson's affairs (see MA 1625.160), suggesting that Moore "leave the matter alone" as Dowson wrote to him "in the flush" of his indignation. Mentioning Leonard Smithers' week-long visit, and noting that Dowson was unable to send his recent work on their collaborative novel "Adrian Rome" to Moore by Smithers as he was already  Read more...
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Named Person: Ernest Christopher Dowson; Arthur Moore; Adelaide Foltinowicz; Leonard C Smithers; Stuart Merrill
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ernest Christopher Dowson; Arthur Moore; H Bradley Martin
OCLC Number: 549286607
Notes: Written from "214 Rue Saint Jacques, / Paris, ." Addressed to Cher Vieux. Signed Ernest Dowson.
Dated in Flower, p. 334.
Part of a large collection letters from Ernest Dowson to his close friend Arthur Moore, the English solicitor and writer, with whom Dowson wrote four collaborative novels. Items are cataloged individually; see related collection record (MA 1625) for more information.
Description: 1 item (6 pages) ; 21 cm

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Thanking him for a letter and referring to his indignation at Edgar Jepson's interference in Dowson's affairs (see MA 1625.160), suggesting that Moore "leave the matter alone" as Dowson wrote to him "in the flush" of his indignation. Mentioning Leonard Smithers' week-long visit, and noting that Dowson was unable to send his recent work on their collaborative novel "Adrian Rome" to Moore by Smithers as he was already "so chocked up with books" that he had to leave some with Dowson. Discussing "Adrian Rome," and noting that Missie (Adelaide Foltinowicz) is learning "that excellent art -- of type writing." Intending to travel to Pontaven or another inexpensive village, and mentioning his plans to dine with Stuart Merrill, who started an "abortive petition ... among French litérateurs for the grace of Oscar." With a postscript encouraging Moore to visit Poland. The final three pages of the letter begin after the postscript and were written "a week or so" after the first portion. Dowson describes his Christmas holiday with Connell (O'Riordan) and Noblets, discusses his depression, a new friend Leopold Nelken, his own recent work, and asks Moore to write as "I get most frightfully blue at times."

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