First published in 1958 in the journal Teatr No. 4.
Sent from Pornic to Capri.
Printed from the original.
Source: Lenin Collected Works, Progress Publishers, , Moscow, Volume 43, page 252b.
Translated: Martin Parker and Bernard Isaacs
Transcription\Markup: R. Cymbala
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Dear M. F.,
I hasten to inform you that I have received at last the reply concerning Tria’s report, The secretary of the Editorial Board writes that “Tria’s report has been put to the vote, translated and almost all set up, and will go as a supplement” (i.e., a supplement to the general report of the Party). And so, everything has turned out well.
I have no news to report. On August 23 I am going to Copenhagen. What news have you? What did you learn from that large assembly of people, that “houseful of guests” you wrote about?
Best wishes, from Nadya as well. Greetings to A. M. and all the Capri crowd.
 The report by Tria (V. Mgeladze) which was to be appended to the R.S.D.L.P. report to the Copenhagen Congress was printed later in Russian by special decision of the Central Organ (see letter to Maxim Gorky of November 14, 1910, present edition, Vol. 34, p. 433). The Tria report is not among the supplements to the Copenhagen Congress report.