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Reports he and Esto are "fine" and Niagara "great". Lists objections to "Tommy from the Tall Timbers" in case Broughton wishes to revise and resubmit it. Sympathizes with his loneliness; has confidence in his artistic leanings; suggests he take up a sport; gives her recent love problems as an example; comments on Helen Nicole's life. Some contemporaries and later commentators thought there might have been a romantic component to their friendship. Do click on that link for it's well worth the read. Typed Manuscript 10 p. Notifies him of initial reactions to The Pleaseure Garden ; asks for money.
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Expresses happiness over Broughton's reception of his review. Is happy he stayed to complete book on Persia; received a letter from Dorothea Brande. The other people are alone, immobilized, unanimated; life is dormant in them. High to Low Condition Condition: Discusses his relationship with Anais Nin; lists books he'd like Broughton to try to find for him. When trying to understand how patterns repeated in the Mexican landscape have a mathematical regularity, a regularity imitated in the patterns of the Tarahumara rituals and dances, Artaud turns to Kabbalah for an explanation: