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Anna Brodsky
25th July 1900

Nina Grieg writes in great haste to catch Anna Brodsky while she is still in Germany [taking the cure in Kissingen]. Nina makes overt remarks about Tchaikovsky's homosexuality. Nina still regards Tchaikovsky as the great artist and warm friend. The rest is his own private concern. Nina hopes that Anna is satisfied with her cure in Kissingen and wishes her a pleasant journey to Russia. Dated 25 Jul 1900.

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