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Autograph letter signed : Woodford, to Arthur Moore, 1890 Jan. 11-12.

Author: Ernest Christopher Dowson; Arthur Moore; H Bradley Martin
Edition/Format:   Book : English
Publication:Dowson letters to Moore (MA 1625) item 78
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Referencing their trip to the theater, lamenting that Mignon (the child actress Minnie Terry) did not perform that night. Discussing other plays, and referencing his continued work on Madame de Viole. Mentioning their trip to the Poland, noting that Moore "didn't enthuse as much as [Dowson] expected over la petite personne" (Adelaide Foltinowicz) and stating that "half the charm of dining there lies in the fact that  Read more...
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Named Person: Adelaide Foltinowicz
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ernest Christopher Dowson; Arthur Moore; H Bradley Martin
OCLC Number: 526596017
Notes: Written from Woodford. Addressed to Caro mio. Signed Ernest Dowson.
Dowson and Moore's collaborative novel "Felix Martyr" was never completed.
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) ; 18 cm

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Referencing their trip to the theater, lamenting that Mignon (the child actress Minnie Terry) did not perform that night. Discussing other plays, and referencing his continued work on Madame de Viole. Mentioning their trip to the Poland, noting that Moore "didn't enthuse as much as [Dowson] expected over la petite personne" (Adelaide Foltinowicz) and stating that "half the charm of dining there lies in the fact that you are honoured with the conversation ... of that little lady," noting that Dowson would "dine off fish snacks in Whitechapel for a similar privilege." Referencing their work on the collaborative novel "Felix Martyr," and relating an encounter at the Museum with Herbert Williams, editor of The Critic.

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