Letter from Leonard Woolf to Coralie Hobson (06/03/1924)



[[MS 2750/168/6]]




Dear Corky




We find that a novel has recently been published, either last Autumn or this Spring, called SMOKE RINGS: so I am afraid you must get another title.  We don't think that the fact that one story is not about Marshbridge is very important - especially if you've got 'flu'.




P S Let us know about the title as soon as possible.

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Source: MS 2750/168/6

Letter from Leonard Woolf to Coralie Hobson (06/03/1924)


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Woolf informs Hobson that a published work is already named 'Smoke Rings' and so asks for another title.

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