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Letter ReferenceLevine Collection/12
ArchiveRonald Levine Collection, Johannesburg
Epistolary TypeLetter
Letter Date8 May 1890
Address FromMatjesfontein, Western Cape
Address To
Who ToUnknown
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Legend
The Project is grateful to Ronald Levine for kindly allowing us to transcribe this Olive Schreiner letter, which is part of the Ronald Levine Collection.
1Matjesfontein
2Cape of Good Hope
3South Africa
4May 8 / 90
5
6My dear Friend
7
8I have got your note. I have not published many things besides those
9you mention. There is an allegory in the Fortnightly for August 1887,
10I think that is right. I am sure as to the year but not the month, &
11some other short things I have published in different papers. But they
12have all been collected into a volume & will soon be published.
13
14I am so grateful that anything I have written should in anyway have
15helped.
16
17Yours very sincerely
18Olive Schreiner
19
20If you will write to my friend
21Miss Alice Corthorn
2269 Chancery Lane
23London
24She will tell you when & where the little volume is to be published. I
25do not myself know as I have left the M.S. in the hands of friends.
26
Notation
The allegory referred to in this letter is: ‘Three dreams in a desert’ Fortnightly Review August 1887, vol 42, pp.198-203. The ‘little volume’ referred to is Dreams.