Nov. 13, 1941
Your letter of the 8th just came. I had written you enclosing a copy of Dunkirk to your Montreal address. I presume it will be forwarded on to you.
I have just returned from Montreal having given a recital to the Maritime Association. Leo Cox looked after my beer etc. He is a great admirer of yours; thinks you are the most brilliant poet-critic we have in our Canadian back-yard.
When I wrote you I told you how delighted I was with your prize in Poetry. I announced it to my Montreal friends. Did you see what Brown wrote in 'Think'? He gives you deserved praise.
Brockington too read the whole of Dunkirk on Armistice Day at 7:30 over the national hook-up. He read magnificently. Vi sends her best to you.
prize in Poetry