Letter from E.M. Forster to Leonard Woolf (20/02/1926)



[[MS 2750/93/45]]


Station Gomshall [possible headed notepaper. 
Set at 45 degrees on left hand side of paper]


West Hackhurst, 
Abinger Hammer, 




Dear Leonard.


It is possible that Pharos, like the Col. Omm[?].,and unlike both novels, might have a small steady sale. What are the omens? How about printing off before distributing1500? Or would moulds be more economical?


Cope as best you can with the enclosed goose [?] She can't even get my address right, or go to a bookseller or spell the name of the book.


Yours | E M Forster [signature]

Rights Statement:

Reproduced with permission from the estate of the author, courtesy of Penguin Random House UK archive and library.

Source: MS 2750/93/45

Image Rights Holder: © Provost and Scholars of King’s College, Cambridge, Estate of E.M.Forster

Letter from E.M. Forster to Leonard Woolf (20/02/1926)



University of Reading, Special Collections

Forster enquires about printing 1500 copies but asks if moulds would be better.

Handwritten letter signed by Forster