Letter: To Marion Scott.
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|Author||Gurney, Ivor (1890-1937)|
|Title||Letter: To Marion Scott.|
|Notes||Describes the current village that the regiment is staying in / asks after Marion Scott's influenza, and hopes that the rest of the family is well / wants to write a verse about the village that the regiment is now staying in / discusses possible titles for a collected volume / includes 'Home-sickness' / 'Servitude' / instructs that these two sonnets, as well as 'For England', 'Pain', and one other will form the sequence 'Sonnets 1914' / explains what they are meant to signify / discusses a travel volume about South America entitled 'By Land and Sea' / wonders about Germany's potential collapse / hopes that he has not offended Scott with a recent 'outburst' over 'The Fire Kindled'.|
|Item Date||14th February 1917|
|Repository name||The Ivor Gurney Archive|
|Repository address||Gloucestershire Archives|
Clarence Row, Alvin Street