14th February (1919)

Got rid of more of our vehicles and harness today – nearer the end, I hope.  Attended usual bi-weekly lecture – went to the Opera to find that the programme had been changed and instead of Hauffman, I re-heard what I must take to be Verdi’s masterpiece – the remarkable Aida.

Finished Adam Bede with many regrets at parting with him and his belongings – like the work of most great writers, the book grows upon you as you progress with it.

One thought on “14th February (1919)”

  1. “… many regrets at parting with him and his belongings – like the work of most great writers, the book grows upon you as you progress with it.” Great perception.

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