Wednesday March 25

Heavy rain until 11.
Finished Chapter XI (9pp [pages]).
Gelat explained to us more fully his political schemes for the Ap [April] 12 elections: may have to be mayor when the Right Council is elected and then[RG] forced to resign by pinpricks.
Reading Epilogue . Pansy singing in new cafá.1
Mystery of Lockharts' not-tipping Juan.
Red, and white tulips .(Elegans Alba and Gesneriana)

Editorial Notes

1Bar Las Palmeras eds

Hands Referenced

    • Annotation: ink correction
    • Character: regular
    • Ink: black

People Mentioned

  • Gelat

    Más, Juan Marroig
    Juan Marroig Mas, called Gelat: Landowner on Deyá and friend of Robert Graves and Laura Riding (L.R. & R.G.'s factotum. W.G.)
  • Juan

    Mas, Juan Marroig
    Usually refers to Gelat's son, sometimes to Gelat himself. WG
  • Pansy

    Pepito de Can Jordi
    Called "the Pansy," later known as Pep de Can Pelat, he was gay, and came from a good family in Palma who more or less exiled him to Deyá. He used to dress in drag, and was living with the German painter Leman. WG
  • Graves, Robert
    Author of the diary.

Bibliography

    • Title: Epilogue II
    • Editor: Riding, Laura & Graves, Robert
    • PubPlace: Deyá & London
    • Publisher: Seizin & Constable
    • Idno: B24
    • Date: 1936