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of them, I'll have more in 2-3 days. The recent one from you is dated May 26 but I had some from other people from June 8. I suppose in a short time I'll be able to have regular mail and the time is, I think, 3 or 4 weeks. I'll send you some package next week, beautiful ivories here and many other things ( I can send only very small packages, it's a pity because I [[strikethrough]] see [[/strikethrough]] have seen a wonderful saree (indian dress) for you. Hope to bring it with me back home. My life is regular and quiet here, I have everything, even plenty of cigarettes now. They treat us very [[strikethrough]] good [[/strikethrough]] well. I read somethings, I made some drawings, been already to see a poor and old movie - I feel like in the waiting room again. Same kind of feelings, and the kind of spiritual life that can be found in the old magazines of a waiting room. Dear Hedda, you doing me a lot of good with your letters, write me often and put down everything - Take care of yourself Hope you swimming in some good place Maybe I'll be able to go for a short time in the hills, here is very hot and the monsoun is here too, it's raining like hell many times a day so long dear, S.
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