The Tribune: "... I wanted at first to call it THEY CAN'T GIVE YOU A BABY, but Cape said people asking for it would get given Marie Stopes instead." In fact, the title was eventually used. He goes on to discuss inefficient officers ("... the training period of 1940-44 remains a disgrace which has never been fully exposed"), his first novel and his second collection of short stories: "... I hope that one of these books will bear out your encouraging view of my writing." With original envelope." /> MACLAREN-ROSS, Julian. A one-page autograph letter to Daniel George, signed and dated 2.8.44, on paper headed "Swan Court, Datchet, Bucks", referring to a favourable but unidentified review by George in <I>The Tribune</I>: "... I wanted at first to call it THEY CAN'T GIVE YOU A BABY, but Cape said people asking for it would get given Marie Stopes instead." In fact, the title was eventually used. He goes on to discuss inefficient officers ("... the training period of 1940-44 remains a disgrace which has never been fully exposed"), his first novel and his second collection of short stories: "... I hope that one of these books will bear out your encouraging view of my writing." With original envelope. | Christie's