Feb. 16, 1933.

My dear Herbert:

That was a lovely review in the 'Queen's.' So generous, yet all the more appreciated because of its salt of criticism. You seem to me to have got your teeth into the volume for the purpose of eating instead of merely sampling. The whole treatment warmed my heart.

When am I to see you again? I suppose you will be attending the R.S. this spring. Will you be going to Halifax this summer?

Let me know any time you come to this city.

Affectionately –

Clarke reviewed Many Moods in Queen's Quarterly, 40 (February 1933), 168-9.

Royal Society meetings.