|Content Description||Writes apparently on behalf of Louie Burrows, saying that she has enjoyed the letter that she has received (presumably from a French penfriend), and liked her story. Says that the friend would enjoy their College life, for they have a fair amount of freedom. Talks about the strong camaraderie in the University; mentions that they meet on Saturdays in the Students' Association for a discussion, a concert or a play; supplies the next three weekend programmes: 'Concert - By the Men', 'L'Art d'Euripide' and 'Medee de Euripides'. Describes how the women give tea to the men after the performance. Mentions a visit to the theatre to see 'Les Gondoliers', (1889) by Sullivan [Sir Arthur Seymour Sullivan], and then to a gallery to see watercolours of Turner [Joseph Mallord William Turner].|
It is likely that Lawrence wrote this for Louie Burrows, so that she might copy it out and send it to a French penfriend. There is no addressee and the draft is unfinished.
This draft was written on a Friday, three weeks before the College production of 'Medea' on 9 May 1908 (see La B 225). It was therefore presumably composed on 17 Apr 1908.