16 L.A. or L.A.S. "M.", "ton Bon", or initials, [Paris 3-21 September 1910, to HIS WIFE]; 32 pages oblongin-8
.Été "bousculé": he gives news of his appetite, his digestion, his dizziness and his sleep, and asks for some from Égreville...".
I'm slowly getting back to work - the copy... so dramatically stopped on August 20th... is finished... I think I'm dreaming!... I don't know how. There's all this work... here! in front of me! A work of small dimensions, in all: 160 pages piano & vx" (Wednesday [September 7])... He walks with his brother Edmond, the general, receives visits from Jules Claretie and Raoul Gunsbourg, continues to orchestrate Amadis... He works on speeches for the Academy of Fine Arts, having made one for the funeral of Emmanuel Frémiet. "This Presidency is terrible!"
His sweet letter moves him to tears, but he fears it will be sad; they will meet the next day: "Amie si aimée je t'embrassement tendrement" (Sunday [September 18])...
An L.A.S. "M." is attached to his daughter Juliette, [November 5, 1910], expressing his emotion at seeing her at the end of the annual public session of the Academy of Fine Arts [where Massenet gave a speech