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To Fanny Brawne (May (?) 1820)

May (?) 1820 Wednesday Morng.   My dearest Girl, I have been a walk this morning with a book in my hand, but as usual I have been occupied with nothing hut you: I wish I could say in an agreeable manner. I am tormented day and night. They talk of my going to Italy. ‘Tis certain …

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To Fanny Brawne (May (?) 1820)

May (?) 1820 Tuesday Morn My dearest Girl, I wrote a Letter for you yesterday expecting to have seen your mother. I shall be selfish enough to send it though I know it may give you a little pain, because I wish you to see how unhappy I am for love of you, and endeavour as much …

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