Letter: To Marion Scott.
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|Author||Gurney, Ivor (1890-1937)|
|Title||Letter: To Marion Scott.|
|Notes||Written while Ivor Gurney was on a signalling course at Seaton Delaval, Northumberland. Discusses the situation of the war and the hopes that the 'Liberal Elements' of the Central Powers will respond to the Allies / dislikes the position that Great Britain must 'get even' with the Kaiser / likes the approach of the 'Westminster Gazette' / identifies poems written in the trenches / feeling 'dry' / instructs Marion Scott to wait a bit before sending poems to newspapers / asks if she has heard that 'Severn and Somme' has sold out / mentions that he spent a pleasant night with a fellow soldier and his wife.|
|Item Date||12th January 1918|
|Creation place||Seaton Delaval, England (Google Maps)|
|Repository name||The Ivor Gurney Archive|
|Repository address||Gloucestershire Archives|
Clarence Row, Alvin Street