excerpt from 'The Golden Sovereign' pp. 202 (73 words)

excerpt from 'The Golden Sovereign' pp. 202 (73 words)

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The Golden Sovereign

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I went occasionally to Clapham, to the Sunday evenings of chamber music, and Bertie continued to smuggle me in to rehearsals at Covent Garden.  He gave me a ticket for the first performance in England of Debussy’s Pelléas et Mélisande.  I sat through the opera, convinced that I was immersed in a glaucous, underwater world, where all motion was slow and tidal, and all colour but gradations of green.

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