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To Ellery Sedgwick,
Enjoyed his letter, but his memory failed him: "A Chance Meeting" was republished in , and Sedgwick wrote a very pleasant review of it in the . He understood Mrs. Fields and her milieu more than most. Van Wyck Brooks, who is usually so careful, even credited Cather with editing a book of letters; Miss Jewett was the one who did that. Had not heard the story of Henry James encountering Flaubert before, but recalls that James said he used to send Flaubert and Turgenev copies of his books and never got a response. It was big of James to divulge it. Willa Cather