Letter from Leonard Woolf to Donald Brace (07/02/1933)

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Source: MS 2750/C/21/4/72

Letter from Leonard Woolf to Donald Brace (07/02/1933)


University of Reading, Special Collections

Leonard Woolf encloses a book cover with a manuscript of Flush to Donald Brace, asking if it can be published in June with the possibility of serialization. He informs Brace that Genevieve Parkhurst requested a serialization of A Room of One's Own last year, and that the Woolfs may go to her if Brace doesn't agree. He also states if serialization disallows publication in June, they can postpone the date to late summer/early autumn. If the deal is accepted, Woolf will send corrected proofs and intends to include illustrations which will have one of Mrs. Browning and one of a spaniel.

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