Letter from Leonard Woolf to Norman Leys (18/07/1924)

MS 2750/255/6

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Penguin Random House Archive and Library Society of Authors



Leonard Woolf writes to ask Leys not to sign a bad agreement, he comments on the Hogarth Press expanding but that he does not know if he can get the publicity that an older, more established firm can get. He states that if Allen and Unwin can give him a fair agreement he should stick with him, and if not, he should look in to another publisher. Woolf offers to produce it for him.


Leonard Woolf


Norman Leys

Date Written

Friday, July 18, 1924

Correspondence Type


Related To



University of Reading, Special Collections
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