56R. Harrod to J. M. Keynes, 9 April 1923 [a]
Harrod describes his stay in Germany: "I havent learned much economics in Germany. I spent my time partly in cultivating the higher intensity of spirit, partly in learning German Grammar". He reports his impressions of M. Bonn.  "I shall soon be at my work now. The tutorial system will keep me busy and Christ Church will give me historians to teach. So a long time must still pass before I shall be able to call myself an economist. However I have said that I shall give lectures on Money this next October, paradoxical tho that must be". 
2. On Harrod's teaching duties see letters 54 R and 55 R; on the lectures on "Money" see note 1 to letter 52 R.
- a. From Rome, two pages ALS, in HP II/147.
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