Letter from Vanessa Bell, 37 Gordon Square, Bloomsbury, London, to Duncan Grant. She describes her frustrations illustrating the special edition of Virginia Woolf's story 'Kew Gardens' (1919), and Angus Davidson's rows with Leonard Woolf at Hogarth Press; a trip to the dentist; acquiring books on Rodin and Oscar Browning; Adrian Stephen's success as a psychoanalyst; and the arrival of Alec, Bertha and Lionel Penrose as neighbours in 50 Gordon Square. She compares women waiting for the bus in Lewes to subjects by Velázquez. Also mentions John Maynard Keynes and Lydia Lopokova, Anthony Ludovici, Raymond Mortimer, Karin Stephen, and Tisdall.
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