Letter from Ian Parsons to Eunice Frost (24/10/1950)



[[MS 2750/575/57]]




Miss Eunice Frost, 
Penguin Books Limited, 


October 24th, 1950.


Dear Eunice,


Further to my recent letter, I have now had a word with Leonard Woolf about the draft blurb which you kindly sent me for The Waves. L.W. was not altogether happy with the draft and has asked me to send you the enclosed revised version which he would like used instead if that's O.K. by you.


With best wishes, | Yours ever,





1. H. Gillan (Miss)

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Source: MS 2750/575/57

Letter from Ian Parsons to Eunice Frost (24/10/1950)


University of Reading, Special Collections


H. Gillian

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Ian Parsons reports to Eunice Frost Leonard Woolf's dissatisfaction with Penguin's draft of a blurb for The Waves.

Typescript letter unsigned