Monday Nov 16

To Dentist (Turner-Watson, 59 Wimpole St)[RG] who told me teeth weren't responsible for boils, but a good deal of work to be done on them.
More work on The Country Mansion.
Finished putting clasps on necklaces.
Laura bought pewter cigarette [sic: cigarrette] case 15/- to hold 50. And Xmas [Christmas] present to me of Jaeger dressing gown & silk pyjamas.[RG]
Distressing noise overhead (party or something) until 3 o'clock.
Going over Heathen with Laura.

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).
  • Turner, Henry Watson
    Graves' dentist whose office was at 59, Wimpole Street; RG names him interchangeably: Turner-Watson, W. Turner, and Dentist eds.

Organizations Mentioned

  • Jaeger, London

    Clothing store on Regent St. eds


    • Title: The Heathen
    • Author: Wyatt, Honor
    • Editor: Riding, Laura
    • PubPlace: New York
    • Publisher: Random House
    • Date: 1937
    • Title: The Manor House [ poem; first called An Old House; pub'd as The Country Mansion]
    • Title: Collected Poems [1938]
    • Author: Graves, Robert
    • PubPlace: London, Toronto, Melbourne & Sydney
    • Publisher: Cassells
    • Idno: A48
    • Date: 1936-11