very much. The boys have all been reading and enjoying it also.I am glad to know that the autobiography is progressing. It will be a fine thing when finished. The animal stories would as you suggest, make a good volume themselves, and I think it a good plan. But, if that is your decision, leave them until after the "auto" is published! We are[letterhead]January 28/10My dear Mr. Muir:-I was very, very glad to hear from you again, and want to thank you, both for writing me, as well as for "Stickeen". I have had the pleasure of reading that little story more than once. It is a beautifully told tale - but not as good as when you tell it with your own lips! Thank you04692
1910 Jan 28
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