Worried by my film "Punch and Judy", I walked out for an hour and got ideas and came back and wrote another scene.
|Gilda Gray in Piccadilly|
See also, June 15th., 'Back to Riceyman Steps' -
The Denison Rosses, the Colefaxes, Muriel Foster, Humbert Wolfe, and H. G. Wells came to dinner and the uproariousness of the whole evening was terrific.
Additionally for November 2nd., see 'Musical evening' -
It was rather like a City of the Dead. certainly as much a relic of barbarism as anything one is likely to see in Paris, with its tons of flowers and ugly wreaths ornamenting the most deplorable monuments and houses of corpses. vast crowds of people, many in black, but not all; many, if not most, out for an airing: moonstruck crowds before certain monstrous momentos of surpassing vulgarity.