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to Maude Adams - 1917


I enclose a copy of "Dear Brutus" and may seem to have been long in doing so, but not really as I have only got fresh copies today. I alter so much in rehearsal that I was reluctant to send you anything but the final form. How I wish there had been some grand woman's part for you in it, that would make all the difference in the interest of the play for me. What I should love in any case would be that you should produce it. ... As you will see it is a rather delicate affair, and I'm sure you could do to it what no one else could do. I understand you are far away just now in the West. I do wish I could drop in and see your Cinderella. My love to you.


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