Corrections to Flourishing: Letters 1928–1946

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[jacket and binding] spine 1928–46 1928–1946
[jacket] back flap, 1 Riga, capital of Latvia, the Baltic city of Riga
i–ii [update as necessary]
§iv 10–11 [Irving Berlin copyright notice] [omit this notice if Irving Berlin epigraph on p. 397 (q.v. below) is not used]
14 Reeder; Copyright Reeder; copyright
v
For Jenifer Hart
In memory of Jenifer Hart
1914–2005
xi 9 Midtown Manhattan Part of Midtown Manhattan
[caption 3] Ida and Yitzhak Yitzhak and Ida
xvi–xvii last and first Anatoly Naiman, Anna Akhmatova’s friend and (latterly) secretary, the poet Anatoly Naiman,
xxvii note 1, 2  stationary stationery
xxxiii 18  Sir William Goodhart Lord Goodhart
7 up Matthews, Matthews, Derwent May,
xxxiv 9 Conrad Caspar
note 2, 3 Club club
xxxv [insert postcript below existing text, after a 3-line space; size of heading as subtitle on p. xv, half-line space below heading]
Postscript
I record with sadness the death of Jenifer Hart, the book’s dedicatee, on 19 March 2005.
xlvii Inez Pearn, later Madge Pearn (later Madge)
Jenifer Williams, later Hart Williams (later Hart)
xlviii 9 up first page title page
li Yehudi Menuhin 1909–1996 1916–1999
lii Fradkin tree Irene Silikis Rachile Belinki
4 caption, 2 6 Ferncroft Avenue 33 Ferncroft Avenue
5 note 4, 1 Grundy, Grundy (1861–1948),
10 note 2, 1 Eliezer Elazar
note 2, 2  Ephraim Efraim
note 3 Braütigam Bräutigam
27 note 2, 1 Mayben Maben
31 note 6, 1 Alfred (Alfred)
39 note 1, 1 1891–32 1891–1932
40 note 1, 1 (b. 1913) (1913–2004)
50 note 4 (b. 1913) (1913–2005)
58 note 1 brackets. brackets. Here and above the correct form is ‘Košice’.
59 8 up [insert note cue 4 after ‘Zilnia’]
59 note 3, 3 occasion). occasion: see Plates 13 and 14).
[insert new note 4:] Properly ‘Žilina’.
note 3, 6–7  six, apart from Wilberforce, were New College men.  six were New College men (in Wilberforce’s case, not currently).
62 note 2 [remove existing note and substitute note 2 from p. 498]
63 note 2, 2 St Paul’s Girls School St Paul’s Girls’ School
note 3 historian orientalist
65 note 2, 2  since 1927 1927–38
note 5,4  stood Baron Wilberforce 1964, barrister, stood
barrister, barrister, Fellow of All Souls 1932–2003,
68 note 7, 1 historian classicist
69 note 3, 1 believes believed
76 note 7, 5–6 [printed on p. 77] IB translated […] 89–112. Here IB refers to Blok’s epic poem Vozmezdie (‘Retribution’, written 1910–21).
83 note 2 Cyril Cyril Vernon
89 12 up [insert note cue 2a after ‘Foster’]
notes [insert new note 2a:] For John Foster see p. 694 below.
91 note 1, 1 b. 1914 1914–2004
92 12 [insert note cue 4a]
notes [insert new note 4a:] François Lafitte (1913–2002), writer on social questions for The Times 1943–59; later (1959–80) Professor of Social Policy and Administration, Birmingham. Lafitte had recruited Maire Lynd to the Communist Party, so his comment was approving.
note 5 Renée, wife of A. J. Ayer since 1932. Renée Ayer: see 62/5.
note 6, 1 reports reported
note 6, 2 remembers remembered
note 6, 3 has had
note 6, 1–2 [take over to p. 93]
98 note 1 1897 1895
100 note 1, 3 24 26
112 note 4, 1 announcment announcement
note 4, 7 May […] on 15 May on 15
note 4, 8 The latter Doris Hermione Croxton May (1899–1968), Somerville modern languages 1917–20, secretary to Chaim Weizmann 1929–48. Her letter
note 4, 10 May. Miss May.
113 note 5, 1 b. 1914 1914–2005
117 note 1, 5  [delete ‘Gunnis gave Hilton a lot of trouble’ and add the following at the end of the note:] Rupert Forbes Gunnis (1899–1965), antiquarian and art historian, wrote Historic Cyprus: A Guide to its Towns and Villages, Monasteries, and Castles (1936) and Dictionary of British Sculptors, 1660–1851 (1953), and was a thorn in Hilton’s side.
119 note 1, 9 (Leningrad, 1924) (Leningrad, 1924)
note 4, 1  historian classicist
126 note 2, 2 Bradley-) Bradshaw-)
130 note 2, 1–2 According to IB she later married a Mr Brown of the British Museum. She later (1962) became the second wife of Peter Corbett, Yates Professor of Classical Art and Archaeology at University College London.
137 14 [insert new note cue 1 after ‘Crossman’]
10 up [replace note cue 1 with 1a]
notes [insert new note 1:] Erika [sic] Susanna Crossman (1906–79), née Landsberg, natural daughter of the German film director Hans Steinhoff; first wife of Richard Crossman from 1932 (but not mentioned by him in his Who’s Who entry). The marriage was dissolved c.1935. See also p. 701 below.
[renumber note 1 as 1a]
141 note 1, 1 c.1892 1891
  ibid. 5 tel quel telles quelles
142 note 5, 1 (b. 1915) (1915–2003)
149 note 4, 1 1936 1946
151 note 1, 1 Guy Branch Guy Rawstron Branch
note 3 Namely? ‘Le struggleforlifeur’.
‘Le stuggleforlifeur’. ‘Le struggleforlifeur’ (sometimes printed with spaces or hyphens between the components) or ‘strugforlifeur’. John Bowle uses ‘strugforlifers’ in his parody of IB’s The Hedgehog and the Fox, ‘The Owl and the Pussy-Cat’, Punch, 24 February 1954, 264.
153 note 4, 1 b. 1915 1915–2017
154 note 6, line 2 Robinson Robertson
157 note 6 [replace with the following note:] Perhaps an error for the composer Philipp Heinrich Erlebach (1657–1714), some of whose songs had been recorded; a record placed off-centre (‘eccentrically’) on the turntable might so sound.
158 last line [take in top line from p. 159]
159 1 [take back line to p. 158]
12  add cue ‘2a’ after ‘inévitable’.’
[add note 2a:] For this record see p. 694 below.
note 4, 1 Redcliffe-Maud (Redcliffe-)Maud
163 note 2, 1 b. 1912 1912–1995
note 3, 1 Stephens Stevens (sic)
note 9, 1 Eddie Eddy
166 11 up Hubert Herbert
167 note 1 [add at end:] In his reply of 6 May 1936 SS denied having joined.
Plate 2 on a seaside holiday in Nice on the Promenade des Anglais (the English Promenade); the pier was demolished by the Germans in 1944
Plate 7 room, c.1932 room (now part of the SCR dining room), c.1930
Plate 8 [replace with cleaned-up version available from HH]
172 note 2, 1 The humanist In Die französische Kultur: eine Einführung (Berlin, 1931), the humanist
note 2, 1–2 1956). But […] conversation. 1956) wrote, ‘In England, Oxford and Cambridge, not London, are the home of the national intellectual tradition.’ The Civilization of France: An Introduction, trans. Olive Wyon (London, [1932]), 53.
176 note 2, 1 Bosey Bosie
178 8 24 June 23 June
179 note 1, 5 23–4 June 23 June
182 8 prosecution persecution
188 last line [this line may be taken over to 189 if necessary to accommodate addition to note 3]
note 3 [replace with the following note:] Rudolf Olden and his wife, Ika (1908–40), daughter of George Halpern (93/3), strongly anti-Nazi German refugees, were taken in by the Gilbert Murrays. In 1940, after internment as an enemy alien, Olden accepted a post in New York. He and his wife drowned, as did nearly 100 British children, when the City of Benares was torpedoed.
note 5 ‘Colour ‘Farbebekenner (sic) means ‘colour
192 1 Rosamund Rosamond
193 note 1, 1 Rosamund Rosamond
Rosamund Rosamond
207 note 2  [replace with the following note on H. D. Henderson:] Hubert Douglas Henderson (1890–1952), Kt 1942, economist; Joint Secretary to the Economic Advisory Council 1930–4, Fellow of All Souls 1934–52 (elected Warden 1951, but fell ill and never took up the post); Economic Adviser to the Treasury 1939–44; Professor of Political Economy, Oxford, 1945–51.
208 note 4, 1 Morris Morris (137/1a)
212 note 2  1930–9. 1930–9, Balliol 1939–70.
216 note 3, 1 c.1900–42 c.1898–1942
217 note 1, 4  degree. degree, but later (1972) became Oxford’s Montague Burton Professor of International Relations.
218 note 2 [substitute new note, reducing two-line spaces higher on page as necessary:] Prince Petr Alekseevich Kropotkin (1842–1921), Russian geographer and (during his time in the tsarist army) explorer, fled to Europe in 1876, where he became a revolutionary propagandist and a leading anarchist theorist, writing works such as Mutual Aid: A Factor in Evolution (1892, in English 1902). He is best known, however, for Memoirs of a Revolutionist, first published in English in Boston in 1899, now a classic.
219 note 3  L. D.
222 1 1a
[Add note cue ‘1b’ after ‘Henderson’]
note 1, 1  Neville (a) Neville
note 1, 2 1935–56. 1935–56; (b) for H. L. Henderson see p. 694 below.
224 note 4, 1–2 Erika […] generally Erika Crossman (137/1a) was generally
232 note 4, end Zilina.’ Zilina’ (59/4).
244 note 4, 2–3 still […] house. lived there all her life.
note 7, last line (on 245) daughters of the 6th Marquess of Anglesey Celia and Mamaine
246 note 1, 1 b. 1908 1908–2005
note 2, 1–2 looks […] likes looked like a biblical Jew, as she did all her life; she agreed with, and liked
248 note 1 Sharrett Sharett
282 14 Berchtesgarden Berchtesgaden
289 note 2 [substitute new note:] Esmond Samuel de Beer (1895–1990), New Zealander by birth, historian and seventeenth-century specialist.
290 note 4 b. 1919 1919–2004
302 note 2, 1 1976 1876
306 9 up on which on {which}
309 note 4 Minister Director, ILO, 1932–8; (founding) Warden, Nuffield, 1939–43; Minister
310 [sharpen maps, reducing them in size so that the top of the top map aligns with the top of the (new) map on p. 311]
311 [replace map with smaller detail, enlarged to fit existing space; add ‘1’ to mark 55th Street in position indicated]
caption Midtown Manhattan Part of Midtown Manhattan
55th Street […] hotels some of the hotels on 55th Street (1) at which IB stayed
312 note 3, 1 vnutrennykh vnutrennikh
note 3, 2–3 Otdelenie gosudarstvennoi politicheskoi upravy … Ob´´edinennoe gosudarstvennoe politicheskoe upravlenie
313 note 4, 2 in the Secret Intelligence Service (SIS) working for MI5
318 note 1, 3 1946–56. 1948–56.
329 note 3, 3 later apparently later
note 3, 4 Embasy Embassy
331 note 6 b. 1896 1885–1956
335 note 7, 4 1918. 1918; Viceroy and Governor-General of India 1921–6.
336 note 2, 2 first non-stop flight first non-stop solo flight
338 note 1, 5  ‘Billa’ (‘Billa’)
339 note 4, 1  Fellow historian; Fellow of All Souls 1934–8; Fellow
note 8, 1 Thomas Tomáš
345 note 2 1939; his father is 1939, died in the 2004 tsunami; his father was
346 note 3, line 1 1987 1887
351 note 3 A dog? Ika Olden (188/3).
358 9 [add note cue 3 after ‘Scriven’
[insert new note 3:] 3 See p. 694.
notes 3 and 4 [renumber as notes 4 and 5]
note 4 [now 5] Irene Apter, née Silikis Rachile Apter, née Belinki
371 note 1 1921 1919
374 note 5 J. Alan Judson (John) Alan Judson (1913–94)
380 note 2, 1 Hall Hall (1910–95)
  note 2, 2 Trinity College, Cambridge, Trinity,
397 1–10 [Irving Berlin epigraph] [NB: rights have been cleared for this extract ONLY FOR ENGLISH-LANGUAGE EDITIONS; if translating publishers wish to use it, they must clear rights with Williamson Music, who may also ask to approve any translation] 
398 [sharpen map; add further numbers to identify key places (existing ‘1’ becomes ‘2’); add detail from existing map, available separately, centred in space below caption – main map too small in CUP edition] 
caption [replace with:] Central Washington, showing the British Embassy (1), Tracy Place (2), the White House (3), the National Gallery of Art (4), the Capitol (5) and Union Station (6); the detail below magnifies the section that includes the British Embassy and Tracy Place
414 note 2, 2 Oskorblennie i unizhennie Unizhennye i oskorblennye
note 5 predann’ predann [an error for ‘predan’]’
416 note 1, 2  (1975–1948) (1875–1949)
421 note 3 1940–4 1940–5
424 note 2 Kenneth Grubb, MOI London. Kenneth George Grubb (1900–80), Controller of Overseas Publicity, MOI London, 1940–6.
429 note 7 [replace existing note with the following:] For the death of the Halperns’ daughter Ika Olden see 188/3.
437 note 1, 2  Leon Léon
442 note 1 [replace existing note with the following:] A translation of 'Perlzweig'.
455 6 up [delete note cue 2 after ‘Cadet,’]
note 1 (pace […] later of writer Vladimir Nabokov, whose father, Vladimir Dimitrievich Nabokov, leader of the ‘Kadets’ (431/4), had been killed by a Russian monarchist in 1922; later
note 2 [delete note]
456 5 Rosamond Rosamund
457 note 4, 1 ( b. 1909) (1909–2004)
facing 458 Plate 21 [[correct proportions of photograph (CUP edition only), and] replace with new cleaned-up version available from HH]
between 458 and 459 Plate 38 Moscow, from the Moskva river Moscow
491 8 Hindenberg Hindenburg
note 3, 1 Beneckendorf Beneckendorff
501 note 6 [replace existing note with the following:] The Political Action Committee of the CIO (383/5), set up in July 1943 to support Roosevelt’s re-election campaign.
529 9 up еиди […] ригайся

сиди […] рыпайся
note 1 [replace existing note with the following:] ‘Sidi i ne rypaisya’, Russian slang for ‘Sit still and don’t fidget.’
541 7 up 4 April 1945 [carbon] 4 April 1945
542 13–14 [move note cue 1 to follow ‘Jesus,’]
note 1  Wild Wild and ‘the denationalisation of Jesus’
543 3 ‘Scapegoat Scapegoat
551 9 up лубите любите
8 up ненравит[ь]ся ненравит´ся
note 12, 1 nenravit´sya? nenravit´sya [correctly “ne nravitsya”]?
559 note 3 [replace existing note with the following:] 7 May 1945 became known as AP Day when the Associated Press leaked news of the end of the European war a day in advance of the formal announcement of peace on VE Day (see WD 558, 562).
560 note 1, 1 medievalist; medieval historian; Fellow of All Souls 1937–9;
562 17  brought bought
564 note 7, 5–7 letter: […] public. letter. Its custodians included survivors of the heterogeneous armies who fought the Bolsheviks during the Russian Civil War of 1918–20, often referred to as the White Guards.
566 note 4, 2 Lvov in the Ukraine Lviv in Ukraine
569 note 2, 2  Club Club in 1930
571 note 3 [replace existing note with the following:] In 1944 Korda, inspired by a film of Sterne’s A Sentimental Journey made by the then Oxford undergraduate Peter Brook with Oxford undergraduate actors, had contributed £5,000 to support drama at Oxford and provide graduate recruits for the post-war film industry, but the money was frittered away unproductively. See Don Chapman, Oxford Playhouse: High and Low Drama in a University City (Hatfield, 2008), 127–8.
573 note 1, 3 Twins in clouds Twin in the stormclouds
note 2, 3 since 1918. 1918; living in Peredelkino from 1939.
574 note 3  ‘sophists’? perhaps ‘shits’, a favourite pejorative label of Bowra’s.
575 note 5, 1  best known known
576 4 Low Esq., Lowe Esq.,
note 3, 3–4  1945–6, Fellow and politics and history Tutor 1947–80. 1945–80, politics and history Tutor 1947–52.
579 note 4, 1 (1970–50) (1870–1950)
588 [sharpen map, and move number ‘1’ very slightly north-east – map too small in CUP edition]
594 note 3 ‘Stumbled or ‘tripped up’ […] spotknulos´). ‘Woman stumbling’ […] spotknulas´
595 note 4 [replace existing note with the following:] The weekly magazine Niva, published by A. F. Marks in St Petersburg 1870–1918, offered the complete works of Russian authors as supplements.
598 [sharpen map, improve its contrast, switch the numbers ‘4’ and ‘5’, and change the last two lines of the caption to read:

Petrograd in 1916–20: the 22nd line of Vasil´evsky Island (4) and Maklin Prospekt (formerly Angliisky Prospekt) (5)

– map too small in CUP edition]
599 note 2, 1 ( 1906–2004) (1906–2004)
605 note 2 [replace existing note with the following:] Vladimir Nikolaevich Orlov (1908–96), literary critic; editor-in-chief of the Biblioteka Poeta series and expert on the poetry of Aleksandr Blok, whose collected works he edited.
607 note 3, 1 Aleksey Aleksii
612 6 up present, is present – is
623 note 2, 1 b. 1904 1904–2005
630 PS, 1 [insert new note cue 1 after ‘etc.’:]
foot of page [insert new note 1:] Cf. 601/3, 618/1.
633 10–9 up flattery, which we may enjoy on our journey will mean anything to us if we have forgotten the purpose of our travels, and flattery which we may enjoy on the journey will mean anything to us, if we have forgotten the purpose of our travels and
note 2 [replace existing note with the following:] 2 In fact from R. Ellis Roberts, Life as Material (London, 1928) [a pamphlet in Section I of a series edited by Percy Dearmer, Affirmations: God in the Modern World], 17; repr. in A. A. David and others, God in the Modern World: A Symposium (New York, 1929), 82.
694 [align heading with heading on p. 695 and remove 6 pts space between all text paras]
[replace headnote with the following:] These notes (late additions or previously misplaced information) could not be fitted in where they properly belong, though cross-references to this page have been inserted. More corrections are posted at http://berlin.wolf.ox.ac.uk/published_works/f/corrections.html as the need for them becomes apparent.
[add 2 new entries above that for p. 200:] p. 89 [insert here what was previously note 2 on p. 62]
p. 159  The music on this record (entitled Pastiches musicaux – Odeon 166.015, a 10-inch 78 rpm disc) was composed and sung, to his own piano accompaniment, by the French humorist Bétove, a serious composer under his real name of Michel-Maurice Lévy (1883–1965). IB misremembers ‘Ô terreur, ô tristesse, ô catastrophe inévitable!’ from the pastiche of Wagner; the other composers given the Bétove treatment are Massenet, Debussy, Reynaldo Hahn and Rossini.
[entry for p. 200] socialist […] war. historian and scholar of international relations; FO 1916–36, Wilson Professor of International Relations, University College of Wales, Aberystwyth, 1936–47; wrote leaders for The Times during the war. Favoured British alignment with strong foreign powers; this led him to support appeasement in the 1930s, but subsequently to embrace the Soviet Union.
[add 2 new entries between those for p. 200 and p. 542:] p. 222  Henry Ludwig Henderson (1880–1963), classicist, Fellow and Tutor, New College, 1905–45. The obituary note on him in the New College Record for 1963–4 (pp. 2–3) is recommended. One sample: ‘As a classical scholar he belonged to a long-vanished era when a pupil’s errors of syntax or prosody were regarded as indications of moral obliquity.’
p. 358  Lewis Edward Scriven (1905–??).
[add new entry for p. 542 between the existing entries for that page and the entry for p. 559:] By ‘the denationalisation of Jesus’ IB means the election as Principal in 1944 of Sir Frederick Ogilvie, a Scot – a break with the College’s traditionally Welsh loyalties.
697 9 nine. Then nine; then
698 April d’Amore d’amore
699 Early January 1941 by sea. by sea
2 up p. 644 p. 664 above
701 6 Mexico Mexico,
703  1 THESE These
4 index General Index
706 Cecil, 4 PI PI2
707 4 Glück Glück (1906–79)
5 Theo Theo(dor)
6 Julius Glück Julius Glück; subsequently married to, fourth, Hans von Meiss, fifth, Herman Sieber, finally, Fritz Levi
708 Fisher, Mary, 1 (b. 1913) (1913–2005)
Fisher, Mary, 2 up Colonial Service Colonial Office
709 10 Macheish Macleish
Grant Duff, 1 (b. 1913) (1913–2004)
St Paul’s Girls School St Paul’s Girls’ School
Hampshire, 1 b. 1914 1914–2004
712 1 there these
Lynd, 2 Irish nationalist writers writers and Irish nationalists
Lynd, 3–4 St Paul’s Girls School St Paul’s Girls’ School
Lynd, 2 up neighbours– neighbours –
713 Nicholas, 3 up funny funny.
714 Rothschild, […] Miriam, 1 b. 1907 1908–2005
Victor Rothschild,  4 brother sister
715 Salter, 4 1954 1953
717 Spender, 4 1921 1919
Spender, 6 second year second year,
note 3 423 423 above
718 13 PPE, PPE –
719 4 lines above Walker than than than that
722 Williams, 1 b. 1914 1914–2005
  2 up (1998). (1998), in which she admits to Communist affiliations and contact with a Russian spymaster during the 1930s.
724 Aleksey Aleksey Aleksii
725 Apter(s), Irene Irene (née Silikis), 364 Rachile (née Belinki), 258 n4, 364 [and move entry to follow that for Liliana Apter(s)]
726 Ayer, […] Renée 63 n7 62 n5
62 n5 62 n5
92 92
Ayer, Valerie 345 155, 345
Beecham Audrey, Audrey,220,
728 [add new entry below that for Betjeman:] Bétove, 694 n
730 Cassirer, Ernst  62–4 62, 64
733 de Beer Gavin Rylands Esmond Samuel
Dodds Robinson Robertson
Donizetti d’Amore d’amore
734 Engelmann [delete entry]
[add new entry below that for Erlanger:] Erlebach, Philipp Heinrich, 157
Fisher, Mary, 4 up Rosamond Rosamund
735 Foster, John Galway, 1 and Cassirer, 62; 694 n;
[add new entry below that for Foster, John Galway:] Foster, Michael Beresford, 498: and Cassirer, 62
Gambetta Leon Léon
736 Graham, Katherine Katherine Katharine
Gunnis Rupert Rupert Forbes
737 Halevy, Ephraim  Ephraim Efraim
Halpern, George 57, 93, 429 57, 93, 188, 429
Hampshire, 1 in Paris with IB in Paris
Harrod, Wilhelmina Wilhelmina Wilhelmine
738 Hart, Herbert […] (cont.),  4 339 340
  ibid., 9 567, 539, 567,
572; 572; Bowra’s view of, 577;
Headlam Morley Headlam Morley Headlam-Morley
Henderson, Henry 207, 219, 222 222, 694 n
[add new entry below that for Henderson, Henry:] Henderson, Hubert Douglas, 207, 219
Hertz, Joseph 42 41
739 Isherwood Bradley-: Bradshaw-:
740 Kluckhohn Mayben Maben
[add new entry below that for Laffan] Lafitte, François, 92
741 [add new entry below that for Levitt] Lévy, Michel-Maurice, see Bétove
743 May D. H. C. Doris Hermione Croxton
744 Moss 694 694 n
[add new entry below that for Nabokov, Nicolas:] Nabokov, Vladimir Dimitrievich, 455 n1
Nabokov, Vladimir Vladimir Vladimir Vladimirovich
745 Nicolson (Sir) Harold Hon. Harold
Northrop Cracow Crackow
[add new entry below that for Offenbach:] Ogilvie, Sir Frederick, 694 n
[add new entry below that for Okulicki:] Olden, Ika, 188, 351
Olden Mr & Mrs Rudolf Rudolf
[add new entry below that for Page, Katharine:] Paget, Celia and Mamaine, 244 n7
746 Perlzweig 350 350, 442
Polish American Congress Polish American Congress (PAC) Political Action Committee (PAC), CIO
747 Redcliffe-Maud [both entries]  Redcliffe-Maud (Redcliffe-)Maud
748 Roosevelt, 4–5 [run on]
749 Sharett Sharett, Moshe, 667 Sharett (Shertok), Moshe, 248, 667
Shertok (Sharrett), 248 see Sharett, Moshe
751 Stark 483, 477, 483,
Stephens Stephens Stevens [and move entry to follow that for Stettinius]
752 Toynbee, Philip 144 n2 244 n2

*Trott zu Solz, 2 89–1 89–91
ibid., 3 presecution persecution
Twig, Pearly Pearly Pearly (sc. Perlzweig)
754 Williams, Jenifer, 3–6 [run on short lines]

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