April 24, 1941

Dear Herbert:

It was good to hear from you again. Yes – I expect to be at the R.S. and am hoping to see a good deal of you. I am staying at Ban Righ Hall which is quite convenient.

I haven't written a thing since 'Brébeuf' but I may before the summer is over. We are under-manned at the College and there is very little time left for composition. Your Hamlet stuff is excellent. Thanks a million.

As ever

Ban Righ Hall
A residence at Queen's University, where the Royal Society met in 1941.

See the letter to Clarke, 30 December 1940.