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#3328: Edith Lewis Summary of Letter from Willa Cather to Alice E. Dailey Goudy, May 1, 1907

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Her book (The Troll Garden3) had been published. Working on Christian Science articles4. "A very heavy and laborious task, as the sources of evidence have to be examined with great care." "I have been able to get a great deal of new information, and have studied the subject very earnestly and conscientiously. Increase of salray. No time to write fiction, (London5 in August? went home6 instead) Her father7's serious illness