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'Many thanks for the inscribed copy. [...]. On the 28th May I finished correcting the last pages of "Rescue" [...]. The same evening I picked up "Sri Ram" as I limped to bed, and went on reading it through the still, very still, hours of night to the end, marvelling and musing over the pages.'
'I ought to have thanked you before for the book ["Siri Ram"] which I read directly it reached my hands.'
'Ever so many thanks for copy of "[The] Sepoy". Everything you write is a matter of most sympathetic interest to me; and in the case of this book I must say I enjoyed thoroughly in every way, in the facts, in the presentation and in the spirit of the writing itself.'
'"Abdication" arrived four of five days ago. How short the book is and how much you have managed to put into it. As you may imagine I read it at once.'
'That's first rate stuff. I have read all but two of the stories, which'll have their turn this afternoon and I shall take up your copy on Monday myself and deliver it to Pinker with my own hands.'
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