Letter: To J W Haines.
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|Author||Gurney, Ivor (1890-1937)|
|Title||Letter: To J W Haines.|
|Notes||The poem is given within a letter to John Haines. Thanks J.W. Haines for his criticism / agrees with him on 'The Stone-Breaker' and explains what he intended with it / discusses H.N. Howells / Walter de la Mare's 'The Listener' / desires a good talk about books and a walk around Gloucester / a lovely sky / attractive bits around St Albans, including the abbey / discusses 'Beauty' as a general topic / includes 'Girl's Song' (later published as 'The Tryst (To W. M. C.)') / 'Fire in the Dusk' / 'Solace of Men' / 'Hidden Tales' / 'Omens' / 'De Profundis' / 'Mangel-Hoeing' / 'From the Window' / 'Twigworth Vicarage'. The date given is from Haines's annotation of the date upon which the letter was received.|
|Item Date||11th September 1918|
|Creation place||St Albans, England (Google Maps)|
|Content||Poem within letter|
|Repository name||The Ivor Gurney Archive|
|Repository address||Gloucestershire Archives|
Clarence Row, Alvin Street