Letter from Leonard Woolf to B. W. Huebsch (12/07/1932)

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Source: MS 2750/473/22

Letter from Leonard Woolf to B. W. Huebsch (12/07/1932)


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Leonard Woolf informs B. W. Huebsch that Julia Strachey is willing to give Huebsch an option for her next book as long as the terms are different from the current book. Woolf advises Huebsch to put in the clause to allow the first refusal of the next book, and not put anything definite yet. Woolf asks for a draft agreement; he states he plans to publish Cheerful Weather for the Wedding in October and asks if that is suitable.

Typescript letter signed by Leonard Woolf.