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Keeps up a correspondence with him over the next few weeks. December 3 (Sun) Visits Garsington for a few days. 25 Spends Christmas at Garsington. Amongst those present, besides JMM, are Strachey, Brett, Carrington, Russell, Aldous Huxley and Maria Nys (who will marry Huxley in July 1919). 26 Hurriedly devises a playlet, ‘The Laurels’, in which she acts with JMM, Strachey, Carrington, Aldous Huxley and Nys. S. M. Barrie’s Dear Brutus is staged; Conrad publishes The Shadow Line; Eliot, Prufrock and Other Observations; DHL, Look!

Mid-month, leaves with JMM for the South of France. 19 Tells Koteliansky from Marseilles that she has heard that LB’s last words were ‘Lift my head Katy, I can’t breathe’. 21 KM and JMM leave Marseilles for Hotel Firano, Cassis. 28 Prefers Cassis to Marseilles. 5 (Sun) KM and JMM move to the Hotel Beau Rivage, Bandol. 7 JMM leaves for London. KM begins to keep a careful record of expenditure in her notebook. 9 Writing to JMM, gives her reasons for regarding The Oxford Book of English Verse (1900) ‘a mass of falsity’ and the French equivalent (1907) even worse.

These events form the basis for KM’s story ‘The Stranger’. August 1 (Sun) (or 31 July) Moves to stay with Fräulein Rosa Nitsch, the owner of a lending library above the post office on 1909–1910 17 13 Kasinoweg. ) Arriving back in Wellington, AB cuts KM out of her will. September 23 (Thurs) Moves to Kaufbeurerstrasse 9, staying with the Brechenmacher family whose name KM will make use of in IGP. October 1 (Fri) 14 KM’s 1907 child’s verse ‘A Day in Bed’ is published in the Lone Hand (Sydney) signed ‘K.

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