Violet Paget (Kensington, England) to Matilda Paget (Florence, Italy)
ALS / Autograph Letter Signed
August 31, 1893
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Thinks she is not a popular writer because of her "habit and determination to write only to please myself, irrespective of readers"; it does not trouble her that she makes little money from her writings; feels she doesn't yet know enough about life to write a novel; "life is too serious to be misrepresented as in 'Miss Brown'...So I am bound to be unpopular, and you must just put up with it. And so must mama."
Lee, Vernon (Violet Paget) and Paget, Matilda, "Violet Paget (Kensington, England) to Matilda Paget (Florence, Italy)" (1893). Vernon Lee: Letters Home. 687.
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