Letter: To Edward Brittain.
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|Author||Brittain, Vera (1893-1970)|
|Title||Letter: To Edward Brittain.|
|Notes||Discusses feelings about the death of mutual friend Geoffrey Thurlow / its effect on mutual acquaintances / possibility of Vera Brittain caring for the severely wounded Victor Richardson / the difficulties of making her way home at this point in the war / a poem entitled 'In Memoriam' written by Vera Brittain for Geoffrey Thurlow / the irony of the timing of Geoffrey Thurlow's death in relation to Rupert Brooke and to Roland Leighton.|
|Item Date||6th May 1917|
|Creation place||Macclesfield (Google Maps)|
|File type||Compound Object|
|Repository name||McMaster University, Mills Memorial Library, The William Ready Division of Archives and Research Collections|
|Repository address||1280 Main Street West|
|Copyright||The digitised Vera Brittain material may be used for educational purposes only and remains the copyright at all times of the Literary Executors for the Vera Brittain Estate, 1970 and The Vera Brittain Fonds, McMaster University Library. In any distribution or display of the material this acknowledgment must be clearly indicated.|
|Digital repository||The First World War Poetry Digital Archive|