of a mirror and buying any hat you choose without having first I should have finished this letter long ago, but I didn't. You
Completely and Irrevocably and
How did your secretary come to know about Lock Willow? matter of acids and salts and alkalis. I've burned a hole as big
It's the most beautiful book you ever saw--Oh, pardon--I said except at Lock Willow, and the Semples were grown-up and old and
along for forty-seven years without changing a single idea ought to
at the moment.
I can be enticed step by step, but I WON'T be forced. He said I
or husbands or poetry or servants or parallelograms or gardens or
looming over my childhood is the one great big difference.
I don't think he cares much for his relatives--and I am sure they
College gets nicer and nicer. I like the girls and the teachers
a writer. Wouldn't you like me to leave college and go into a