Feb 2 Tuesday

Dentist for last time.
Lunch with Michael Sadleir & O.K. at Josef. Goodbye & saw Len's Colour Box, Rainbow Dance, Birth of a Robot1 at G.P.O. [General Post Office] Film unit.
Sally2 to tea. Long talk about Soc-Democracy.
Supper at Maisies. Then[RG] Talk about problem of women over 40, and more important problem of truth.[RG]
Talk with Cecil 3, seen for first time; outburst against Charles for Sphere interview & Bones for victimization letter. Sensible & kind. Though Catholic, hoped Govt [Government] would win.
Work on Epilogue late.

Editorial Notes

1short movies by Len Lye
2Chilver KG
3? eds.

Hands Referenced

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

Places Mentioned

  • Josef

    Westminster, London, England
    restaurant on Greek St. eds

People Mentioned

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

    Sadleir, Michael
    with Constable KG; Publicity agent? eds.
  • Kyllmann

    Kyllmann, O.K.
    of Constable's RG; also referred to as O.K. eds
  • 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.
  • Sally

    Graves, Sally
    R.G.'s niece. Daughter of his half-brother Philip. KG
  • Maisie

    Sommerville, Maisie
    Head of BBC Education broadcasting department. Friend of R.G. and L.R. Arranged accomodation for them when they returned to London as exiles. W.G., eds.
  • Charles

    Graves, Charles Patrick Ranke
    RG's brother with whom he did not get on. WG Estranged from RG in 1937 over Jenny Nicholson's crisis. See RPG p.281 CP
  • Bones

    Graves, Perceval
    half-brother of RG, nicknamed "Bones" RPG


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