The George Sand-Gustave Flaubert Letters

CXLIII. To Gustave Flaubert 31 December, 1869

We hoped to have a word from you this morning. This sudden cold is so severe, I dreaded it for your trip. We know you got to Chateauroux all right. But did you find a compartment, and didn’t you suffer on the way? Reassure us.

We were so happy to have you with us that we should be distressed if you had to suffer for this WINTER escapade. All goes well here and all of us adore one another. It is New Year’s Eve. We send your share of the kisses that we are giving one another.

G. Sand

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