Violet Paget (London, England) to Matilda Paget (Florence, Italy)
ALS / Autograph Letter Signed
January 15, 1892
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"The Fenzi business has been much worse than the worst anticipations," involving "bankruptcy, complicated with fraudulant affairs"; Nina Barstow implores her to give up her idea of lecturing; feels about lecturing, though, that "if it's worthwhile writing for shoddies, it's also worthwhile lecturing"; asks Kit to "nail Miss Sellers" on the subject; Miss Duffy warns her that essay writing "was only journalism after all."
Lee, Vernon (Violet Paget) and Paget, Matilda, "Violet Paget (London, England) to Matilda Paget (Florence, Italy)" (1892). Vernon Lee: Letters Home. 577.
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