Jan 18 Monday.

Jane to lunch: she & I said goodbye. Len came but I had to be at West London. Green-Armitage most reassuring, and took me halfway home in his car. Jenny made a remark which sent Laura there to talk seriously to her.
I wrote several letters for Laura, with a long one to Julie.
Pair of early Victorian English earrings (gold & turquoise) for 25/- from Mills.
Cheque from Korda and (finally) a summons for visit to Denham on Wed. [Wednesday]
(Packing up china and silver preparatory to going).
Epilogue, till [until] late.

Hands Referenced

Places Mentioned

  • Denham

    usually associated with Denham Studios and Alexander Korda eds.
  • West London

    Hammersmith, London, England
    RG's name for Hammersmith Hospital where Jenny Nicholson underwent surgery eds.

People Mentioned

  • Laura

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

    Nicholson, Jenny
    Jenny Nicholson: oldest daughter of Robert by Nancy Nicholson.
  • Mills

    Mills, Mr.
    an antique seller and friend of RG, and contributor to the Covenant of Literary Morality eds.; of Paddington Street, Marylebone KG
  • Green-Armitage

    Green-Armytage, Dr.
    Jenny Nicholson's doctor at Belleville hospital eds.
  • Korda

    Korda, Alexander
    Director of the film version of I Claudius.
  • Jane

    Lye, Jane
    Married to New Zealand artist/ film-maker Len Lye; son Bix Lye. Friends with R.G. and L.R. Visited Graves and Riding in Majorca (1930), where Jane provided secretarial assistance. eds (RPG 138).
  • Len

    Lye, Len
    New Zealand painter, sculptor, and filmmaker whom LR & RG had met in London. He helped with the Seizin Press publications. WG; married to Jane Lye, son Bix. eds.
  • Julie

    Matthews, Julie
    Tom Matthews' wife. WG


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