Letter from Leonard Woolf to Norman Leys (16/08/1924)

MS 2750/255/31

Rights Holder

Penguin Random House Archive and Library Society of Authors



Leonard Woolf informs Leys that he has now the letter from his brother. He also talks about how difficult it is to answer questions about the number of copies to be printed and pricing, but offeres Leys his opinion. Woolf also relays what Leys brother's opinion is. Woolf offers to make a decison for him if Leys would prefer, but ultimately lets Leys decide.


Leonard Woolf


Norman Leys

Date Written

Saturday, August 16, 1924

Correspondence Type


Related To



University of Reading, Special Collections
Archival folder: 
Sent from location: 
Monks House, Rodmell, near Lewes, East Sussex, BN7 3HF, United Kingdom
Sent to location: 
Brailsford, Derby, DE6, United Kingdom