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10/5/04 Man of Destiny &c.
it is quite great, in fact - but Candida herself isn't my style and Arnold Daly as the poet didn't appeal to me. But what a lot of truth there is in it - walked partway up with Char (who went with Mrs. Hoyt) and had a little discussion about the meaning of certain remarks of Candida's &c. Afterward the "Chronicler" voiced my sentiments - and more. I'm going to save his piece about it. Slept in Mother's room in Papa's new little green bedlet & fibre matrass - very comfy. Oct. 5. Tues. Wed Dark, rainy day, (tho'it didn't rain tonight) Busy till late Char stays with Harry tonight and Claude asked me to go to the "Man of Destiny" and "How he lied to her husband" (a sort of a "key" to Candida and very amusing) I liked Arnold Daly much better. Enjoyed the whole evening. Sat in the 4th row, near Mrs. Yates &c. In this play, the man is glad because his wife has a lover - and wants to publish the poems! It was really funny and there was truth, as in Candida. Of course the Man of Destiny (Napoleon) was fine. The woman who wheedled him chatted with Newton, walking down the hill.

10/5/04 Man of Destiny &c.
it is quite great, in fact - but Candida herself isn't my style and Arnold Daly as the poet didn't appeal to me. But what a lot of truth there is in it - walked partway up with Char (who went with Mrs. Hoyt) and had a little discussion about the meaning of certain remarks of Candida's &c. Afterward the "Chronicler" voiced my sentiments - and more. I'm going to save his piece about it. Slept in Mother's room in Papa's new little green bedlet & fibre matrass - very comfy. Oct. 5. Tues. Wed Dark, rainy day, (tho'it didn't rain tonight) Busy till late Char stays with Harry tonight and Claude asked me to go to the "Man of Destiny" and "How he lied to her husband" (a sort of a "key" to Candida and very amusing) I liked Arnold Daly much better. Enjoyed the whole evening. Sat in the 4th row, near Mrs. Yates &c. In this play, the man is glad because his wife has a lover - and wants to publish the poems! It was really funny and there was truth, as in Candida. Of course the Man of Destiny (Napoleon) was fine. The woman who wheedled him chatted with Newton, walking down the hill.

10/5/04 Man of Destiny &c.
it is quite great, in fact - but Candida herself isn't my style and Arnold Daly as the poet didn't appeal to me. But what a lot of truth there is in it - walked partway up with Char (who went with Mrs. Hoyt) and had a little discussion about the meaning of certain remarks of Candida's &c. Afterward the "Chronicler" voiced my sentiments - and more. I'm going to save his piece about it. Slept in Mother's room in Papa's new little green bedlet & fibre matrass - very comfy. Oct. 5. Tues. Wed Dark, rainy day, (tho'it didn't rain tonight) Busy till late Char stays with Harry tonight and Claude asked me to go to the "Man of Destiny" and "How he lied to her husband" (a sort of a "key" to Candida and very amusing) I liked Arnold Daly much better. Enjoyed the whole evening. Sat in the 4th row, near Mrs. Yates &c. In this play, the man is glad because his wife has a lover - and wants to publish the poems! It was really funny and there was truth, as in Candida. Of course the Man of Destiny (Napoleon) was fine. The woman who wheedled him chatted with Newton, walking down the hill.
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