[Boston—Friday, 8 January 1864]

Friday. Mrs Stowe is building a true home. I shall try to take a leaf out of her book to make ours still more attractive. Flowers I shall try to have.

Mrs Eckley’s sad experience occupied us today. This woman has been truly loved both by Mrs Browning and Mrs Stowe. She must possess a strange weird genius herself.

What subtle villainy is unaided in the true story of that Italian life.

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