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      • Share : I cannot re-create the scene for you. I do not know quite how it is, but the gaiety, the light-heartedness of that most jolly evening ooze from my heart as I write. I am not sufficient of an artist to sweep from my heart all the sad, irrecoverable things that my heart remembers. Especially, I cannot forget Ivan Heald, who now lies dead. (A year later he was to say to me, in that same studio: This is a real good-bye, Gerald. It is not possible that 242both of us will survive this.... And, of course, it is he who has gone. One feels mean in surviving, in enjoying the savour of life, when ones best friends have departed.) ...

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