From a letter from Barrie to Charles Turley-Smith, 10 May 1913
[...] Many thanks for the bluebells and a squeeze of the hand for everyone you plucked. Still more for the affection that made you know how sad I would be about Michael gone to school. He is very lonely there at present, and I am foolishly taken up about it. It rather broke me up seeing him crying and trying to whistle at the same time. [...]
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