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“Prince Otto was originally a tragedy, and, by my sooth! in blank verse”

Gerald Gurney and T.B. Thalberg were adapting on the stage RLS’s novel, Prince Otto. [For critical edition of this letter, see Mehew 6, 2000.] To Gerald Gurney [The Academy, 19 May 1900, p. 419] Saranac Lake [? January 1888] Dear … Continue reading

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He has written the most delightful letters in the world

Under Fanny Sitwell’s influence RLS begins to believe hopefully and manfully in his own powers and future. It has been agreed that while still reading for the bar, as his parents desire, he shall try to get ready for publication … Continue reading

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