The Leskernick diaries are self-censored, this fact must be stressed when they are eventually used in publication. Barbara explains that they keep two versions of their diaries, one for public consumption, another which presumably tells the truth! January 26, We discuss the Nested Landscapes article, particularly the use of the diary entries. Barbara has already mentioned the self- censorship problem. They lie because of what they do not say.
I wonder how sincere is that criticism. Barbara agrees that the problematic nature of the diaries needs to be addressed explicitly, but she is adamant that the unexpurgated diaries should not appear. As I write now, I am aware of the problem. Who am I writing for? Myself, of course, but what benefit will this have for the project if I do not even submit it to Barbara, Chris or Sue?
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But then I think what is the point? I will only delete it later when the private text becomes public. Only the banal will survive. February 2, Back at the Department.
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I read a lovely letter from Chris. It is sensitive and encouraging. The imagined rift is mended. I smile to myself, but am also rather shocked at his criticisms of Barbara. Our belief or non-belief in each other is amended within the hour.
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We spend about an hour looking at the site, looking at other sites and generally discussing matters arising. I feel happy with the reaction. Sue had previously announced that she had an appointment at 4pm, Barbara, Chris Tilley and myself had agreed to go on for a coffee to discuss the project further. Before separating, Sue announces that it is obvious from the diaries that her organisational skills are not appreciated, and that she intends to leave Chris and Barbara to their own devices this year.
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