January, 1927, Sunday 30

There was terrible misery again because I had to stay at home two days from school owing to ´flu, which is now spread all over Europe in the form of a mild plague. My distress in passing the day without routine work shows what a…

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April, 1927, Sunday 24

Sunday 24 ((April 24 was Fleischmann senior’s 47th birthday – maybe that was the occasion for the outing to Dunmanway.)) Had a fine week, and, what’s more important, swotted a lot. Have given up Carlyle as a bad job, and taken to Chesterton, also seems…

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