Sat. Sept 26th

Worked at the poem: tore it up.
Lunch with Glendinning at Prada: he explained the composition of Constable's.
Went down the Caledonian road looking for a table to replace the limed oak one in the living room – nothing. Feet ached[RG] Shin muscles[RG] ached with the pavement.
Anxiety about Spain.
Going over Harry Kemp's & Ward H's poems with Laura for Epilogue .
Margaret Russell's Parker pen which she sent me refitted with a medium nib; cushions from Heal in brown glazed chintz.

Hands Referenced

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

Places Mentioned

  • Caledonian Market

    London, England
  • Prada's

    Euston Rd., London, England
    a favorite haunt of the Graves' RPG

People Mentioned

  • Laura

    Riding,Laura
    (1901-91) American poet. Laura Riding (née Reichenthal; then Laura Gottschalk).
  • Glendenning

    Glendenning
    ? with News Chronicle. WG Constable's (the publisher's) lawyer. KG
  • Harry Kemp

    Kemp, Harry
    Poet. Met Graves and Riding through James Reeves in August 1936, just after their arrival in England. In their previous correspondence, Riding had been intrigued by his falling-out with Communism. He became associated with their circle, collaborating on various projects. (RPG 248-49)
  • Ward

    Hutchinson, Ward
    Photographer. Contibuted to"Epilogue." W.G. R.G. often refers to "the Hutchinsons" (Ward & Dorothy) as a couple especially when they were staying on the island. eds.
  • Margaret

    Russell, Margaret
    House-keeper L.R. & R.G. had had in London. WG
  • Graves, Robert
    Author of the diary.

Organizations Mentioned

  • Constable & Co., Ltd.

    Constable
    Constable Publishers. Arranged with them to print and distribute Seizin Press Epilogue and books. WG
  • Heal's London

    Heal's
    London department store eds.

Bibliography

    • Title: Epilogue III
    • Editor: Riding, Laura/ Graves, Robert
    • PubPlace: Deyá & London
    • Publisher: Seizin & Constable
    • Date: 1937