Letter from Katherine Mansfield to Mattie Putnam, dated Sunday Night
“Here is the work—it is written really in a ‘faire hand’ and will I hope not be too much of a bother. I'm afraid you won't like ‘—Amore.’ I can't think how I wrote it—it's partly a sort of a dream. Castles have been tumbling about my ears since Father came home. Do not mention—I pray you—my London prospects to him—he feels very sensitive—but—willy nilly I Go I'm determined.
“I wish that you were not always so busy. I always feel when I am with you that theres so much I want to say—oh delightful sensation and so rare.page 273
“Well I must go to but—shall I build a castle with a spare room for you. Yes I will—so please return the complement.
“Thanking you in anticipation.