hw0065 Andrew Lang to Howitt 15 October 1906

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1, Marloes Road, Kensington, W

Oct 15 '06

Dear Mr Howitt You cannot oblige me more than by pointing out my errors. I only want to get at the truth. As to my criticisms based in my misconception of your meaning (p. 500) I have withdrawn every word

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of them, so far as vitiated by [??] error of apprehension, aspublicly as I can. The misprinted comma in Folk Lore I have explained as a misprint.

Perhaps I should say that Mr Thomas wrote his remarks in Folk Lore

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for September by no desire of mine. He showed me the proof which I but dimly understood. After four readings since, I think I understand all but a single phrase and will hear a reply, if you make one, with interest. Believe me Faithfully yours A Lang

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I may have erred in my methods of quotation, but heaven knows it was unconsciously. In my book pp ix, x, l

apologise before hand for possible errors of interpretation, which meet me in almost every critique of what I write myself.

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