F does translate ir, but without T's collaboration.! Much of T's philosophizing of the next decade and indeed, the rest of his life is a response to Schopenhauer. Crisis passes, but this period also marks first sign of estrangement from SA.
But at least there was a kitchenette to make meals. There was often a man in a Barbour jacket and moleskin cap standing by a lamp post on the street below. He observed the movements of cars and people in the quiet residential street.
Despite Gerry's face being splashed across the front pages of all-the tabloids, no one ever discovered our hiding place. The press witch-hunt, while we knew it for what it was, still had an effect.
Flowever much one may be aware that the enemy is lying, it still manages to disturb. Gerry instmcted me not to get any. He lnew that under conditions of psychological siege, any t6 chink in one's defences has a debilitating effect. The lies may be rejected on one level of awareness, but they can creeP in throrrgh the back door on another.
During these days there were times when the strain became unbearable. The only things that remained immovable were the need for food, a place to il""p, and Gerry's regular medicine.
Because of the tenuousness of communication, each phone call to set uP a new meeting, and each appointrnent was an anxiously awaited link in the chain of events that shaped our routine. We made our forays out in my old Renault, since along with his flat, and all his posiessions, Gerry was deprived of his party,car.
Under strict instructions to take regular exercise to combat his heart and weight problems, he developed a routine of walfts.
During one of the first walks in Hyde Park, we sat down to have some food at the Serpentine caf6. Gerry then asked me if I would be willing to work ftr him as his assistant. He mentioned that Torrance had first zuggested this inJuly after AileenJennings, his long-standing secretury, had disappeared.
Redgrave, lrad carried out tasks such as cooking his brealdast and lunch. Another party - member helped him during the evenings. Glrry inspired many contradictory feelings. Amongst-lis politicai collaborators there was a great deal of resPect.
It was because of rather than in spite of these frictions that a large amount of creative work was carried out by parfy members. Because I was acutely aware of this, I believed that working closely with him would prove difficult. Just then, however, it was pleasant to be sitting in the caf6.
Looking out over Hyde Park, I felt privileged to be there, next to the person I respected more than anyone else. It was a refreshing contrast to working for 12 or more hours a day on a comPuter keyboard in what had become an oppressive Nants Line offtce. Redgrave's secretary, md this would help make ends meet.
It was a new feeling to be treated with political respect. At that time saying "y"t" seemed the most nahrral thing in the world. His calmness and self-control was a steady anchor in the uncertainty and havoc that was turning the political world of the WRP upside down. Everything we were doing was a leap into the unknown.
We were roped together like mountain-climbers, dependent on each other. IJnder these circumstances, the thought of letting go of the rope simply does not cross your mind. This seemed true of all the five people in our small "unit".
Over the next four years I was to learn a great deal. We would always take different routes, taking care that we were not being followed. The rented flat in SWl became the scene for a number of meetings with the leadership of the WRP minority.
It was the operational base from which we organised a daring retrieval of Gerry's possessions. In the haste to move out to a hotel, there had been no time for him to take anything but the bare essentials.
He had discussed with our team the urgency of rescuing his possessions and how it was to be done. His library, desk and other items were to be taken to rhe house in West Road, Clapham, which V.
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