Jackson Elias' London Notes


These pages are folded and stitched together to form a small quarto volume of forty pages. Frequently a page or a dozen pages are blank. Sometimes a single word is repeated for pages. Most entries are written with agitation and can barely be read.

The largest single legible section reads:

Many names, many forms, but all the same and toward one end—
Need Help—
Too big, too ghastly. These dreams,—
Dreams like Carlyle’s? Check that psychoanalyst’s files—
All of them survived! They’ll open the gate. Why?—
so the power and the danger is real. They—
many threads beginning—
The books are in Carlyle’s safe—
Coming for me. Will the ocean protect?—
Ho ho no quitters now. Must tell, and make readers Believe. Should I scream for them? Let’s scream together—

Jackson Elias' London Notes

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