Ap 14th Sunday.

Helped Laura gum coloured paper designs: took one as present to Schwarz who attested[RG]witnessed our wills, Carl the other attestor[RG]witness.
Wrote three drafts of a poem about Money1 . Idle spirit about. Went to bed in afternoon.
Sent receipt to James Tait lawyer2.
Pepe undertakes to do kitchen extension as soon as possible.
Money from Norway. Satisfactory letter from Heffer about offering3.
Suggestion to publish, & translate, Schw. [Schwarz] memoirs. He agreed and was pleased.
Another draft of Money poem.

Editorial Notes

1? not listed in published works (Higginson). eds
2see Apr.13/35 entry eds
3re. Epilogue KG

Hands Referenced

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

People Mentioned

  • Laura

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

    Goldschmidt, Karl
    Karl Goldschmidt, later Kenneth Gay: Graphic artist, friend and secretary of Robert Graves and Laura Riding since 1934. R. G. spells both as Carl and Karl.
  • Swartz

    Schwarz, Georg
    German Jew. Deyá neighbour. Antique dealer. Lived with Frau Emmy Strenge, his house keeper, in Can Caballo some hundred yards from Canellun. RG and LR translated his "Almost Forgotten Germany." WG
  • Heffer

    Antiquuarian bookseller and engravings seller in Cambridge C.P. & WG
  • Pepe

    Salas, José
    Master builder. Built Canellun. Pepe is a diminutive of José. WG

Organizations Mentioned

  • J. Walter Thompson

    Thompson, J. Walter
    advertising firm where Norman Cameron worked eds.


    • Title: Epilogue I: A Critical Summary
    • Editor: Riding. Laura/ Graves, Robert
    • PubPlace: Deyá & London
    • Publisher: Seizin & Constable
    • Idno: B22
    • Date: 1935
    • Title: Receipt for Moneys [poem: also called Address to Customers. Was "scrapped" see diary Apr. 3, 1936]
    • Author: Graves, Robert