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But one must think of something else, one thinks of the real realities, lying at the foundations of one's life, & these are the deep imaginings & the deep affections, for stronger & deeper things than a pash of dead bodies in the mud, & the tumult & terror going & coming outside and inside. Whenever one isn't in a blind funk one is continually thinking of all the things & people one loves. I never realized how much I loved people till this war; nor how much I would like to survive it in order to write certain things which I now imagine.

Hall's Kitchener's Moblis vivid, for the life in the trenches. But no writing can give any effect of it & no historian know (let alone tell) the truth of it. So much of it all is noise & smell & motion, & shocks to mind & sense, that it cannot go into words. You get some I /2 sense of it from the cinemas, which were taken at incredible risk in some of the hottest spots on the front. You Letters ofJohn Masefield to Florence Lamont should go to see our Somme & Ancre films, if, as I think, they are in New York.

No, we won't talk of time, when we next go to Claremont. We will have a Time, or, as the book of Revelations puts it, "a Time and Times". What are the new ideas? It is odd that ideas should give you such pleasure, but you make friends with thoughts just as you do with people, & I suppose the thoughts, like the people, flush with pleasure & show up brighter than usual. Will you not send me your criticism of Mr. Rashdall's• book? I would love to see it, & you know that I love your mind however much we may wrangle.

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