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Thank you for your note. I shall go to see Miss B.3 at the first possible opportunity. I have been picking up a good deal about her fascinating sister4 by the way.
I am writing you particularly to tell you how many complimentary things I have heard about your November article5. I read it through again on the train one day when I was going to Gloucester6, and although I had read it very carefully the first time, there was really very little of it that I skipped in the second reading. The story about the Jew and his road seems almost too good to be true. At any rate, no aspiring novelist could have manufactured a better story. If the next article is as good as that one, I think you will have a right to give yourself a party.Very cordially yours, Willa Cather