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The great thing is to go your own way and not to bother what other people think or say about you. If you are satisfied that what you do is right, you cant go very far wrong. I am ent. A. From afraid butterflies are quite saw fine big bird. I . over— at a "tufted grouse" in the woods. " 29 They were a completely godless family, except, perhaps, in ) Gregory Bateson: Early Biography • 29 was a had been their devotion to science. Beatrice, Gregory's mother, And though fourth-generation atheist. more a vicar, he has been described than as a man God.
Unaccessible to as artistic taste. " 15 it, and Bateson collections of old master drawings, Japanese formed major color prints, Greek Island embroideries, and lesser collections of Chinese porcelain and bronzes, and works by William Blake. "Of all pastimes," his wife wrote, "except that of painting, the hunting and acquisition of Old Master drawings was his favorite. " 16 major European museums by heart, and his collection grew and paid its though a highly successful scientist, he always tacitly felt envious of his literary and artistic friends, whose traditions he had not the time to possess.
98. communication from Margaret Mead, November 20, 24. Personal 1972, • New York 25. Personal City. communication from G. Bateson. 26. C. B, Bateson, pp. 68-69. 27. Personal communication from G. Bateson. 28. C. B. Bateson, pp. 110-11. 29.