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Outward Bound

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Outward Bound is a letter written by Arthur Conan Doyle first published in Light on 10 november 1923.


Outward Bound

Light (10 november 1923, p. 712)

To The Editor of Light.

Sir, — It is so seldom that even an approximation to our psychic views is shown upon the stage that I think we should support it. Those who see "Outward Bound" at the Garrick Theatre will, I am sure, thank me for calling their attention to it, for it is the most daring, original and arresting play which has been seen in my time upon tho London boards.

Yours, etc.,

Arthur Conan Doyle.

Windlesham,
Crowborough, Sussex.
November 4th, 1923.






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