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It may be, if one is really needed in England, I should go there on my own hook: should I? No one can say but myself, who has just discovered it's really very good to be alive. But you can tell me, so far as you are able, what I cannot read, and may not wholly deduce, the truth: the truth, at least, as you see it. So, let's have it, please, unvarnished, and unsurrounded by loud gregarious lies as it must be. For one thing, how long do you think it (the war) is going to go on, at least in its present outward form?

During what is often called "the golden age" of Canadian radio-drama, from 1944 to 1955, he developed one of Canada's finest reputations as radio dramatist. It was, as we have noted, already in 1941-44 in Canada that he began to turn his 1930s BBC radio experience into profit with two thirteen-week dramatic series, They Fly for Freedom and Our Canada (or Joe, as the Lowrys preferred to call it, after its main character), and a 33-week News from Europe series. And already in those years he began to encourage the Lowrys to consider radio work, too.

It must be admitted that Conrad doesn't give much of a damn about certain things. For my part (to oversimplify) I find him, as a poet, a more and better influence than he was to me at twenty. Much of his work has been heretofore shockingly underrated or fallen upon by pimps and rogues. This is very unfair, but all this will change. I think he has made a very fine marriage. I much admire both Mary and her work: that I should have, even in a very small degree, have assisted at this gives me much pleasure.

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