|Content Description||Addresses him 'Dear Gordon Macfarlane'; Catherine [Carswell] gave him 'the Natural Man' [by Gordon Macfarlane] and he thinks it 'extremely good of the war'; asks if he and Frieda can stay in his Gower St. flat next week for seven nights, before Paris; sends greetings from Frieda and his own to Mrs Macfarlane; adds a postscript that they will pay rent; he didn't know Macfarlane had a book out and asks if it is out in America; signed 'D.H. Lawrence'.|
CC C 3/5 is a TS copy of this letter.
Date: the letter is undated, the TS copy has been annotated wrongly '[1926. October]'; see Boulton, 'The Letters of D.H. Lawrence', vol V, p 316, the letter is dated 13 October 1925.