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To Fanny Brawne (March (?) 1820)

March (?) 1820 My dearest Fanny, I slept well last night and am no worse this morning for it. Day by day if I am not deceived I get a more unrestrain’d use of my Chest. The nearer a racer gets to the Goal the more his anxiety becomes so I lingering upon the borders of health feel …

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To Fanny Brawne (27 (?) February, 1820)

27 (?) February, 1820 My dearest Fanny, I had a better night last night than I have had since my attack, and this morning I am the same as when you saw me. I have been turning over two volumes of Letters written between Ro[u]sseau and two Ladies in the perplexed strain of mingled finesse …

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