[Grace Toll Hall, Scripps College, Claremont]

T. S.Eliot
B-11 Eliot House
2 November 1932
My dear Dove

I fear that the absence of news from you means that you are still in a state of anxiety. It seems an impertinence to retail my trifling diary to you at the moment – until I am assured that you are free from uncertainty. And I am increasingly worried about yourself, having to bear such a strain while working in a new environment among strangers. I hope at least that I may hear from Mr. Perkins again; but you must not try to write to me until you feel quite up to it. You are in my thoughts all the time, and I pray that your mind may soon be at ease.

Sympathie profonde
de la part de ton