From: "Richard R Grayson, MD" <email@example.com>
To: "Sue Welsch" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: Re: Andrew Jackson Grayson
Date: Wed, 10 Jan 2007 22:53:14 -0600
Guess so! Only that DJB has finally been staged, if a little abstractly, in 2003 at the NASSR conference. There's a review of it by Mike Bradshaw online but my Athens account isn't fancy enough to give me access to it. (It was published in the European Romantic Review.) This is seems to be the only accessible reference I can find to it. Also, a fact I didn't mention in the map, it wasn't speaking of Mike that possibly helped my case, but of H W Donner, Beddoes' biographer, whom my interview and subsequent tutor Bernard O'Donoghue studied under (I think in Uppsala) and remembered fondly from his student days. I thought about adding another line to my map but it seemed a little... something. I don't know. Mike might be a bit confused by that particular reference to him if he ever stumbled across it though. I like your relative.
not to be confused with andrew jackson grayson, the 19th century naturalist
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