Letter from Leonard Woolf to Norman Leys (c March 1925)

MS 2750/255/64

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Penguin Random House Archive and Library Society of Authors



Leonard Woolf writes to tell Leys that he is in bed with a bout of influenza so can not visit Leys, asking that Leys comes to London instead. He reaffirms that he has prepared R & R Clark to print a second edition. Woolf also informs Leys that no one will be able to tell him what will happen in terms of sales. Woolf also discusses a cheap edition and what to do regarding the advertisement of a second edition. There is no valediction with this letter.


Leonard Woolf The Hogarth Press


Norman Leys

Correspondence Type


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University of Reading, Special Collections
Archival folder: 
Sent from location: 
The Hogarth Press, 52 Tavistock Square, Bloomsbury, London, WC1H 9LG, United Kingdom
Sent to location: 
Brailsford, Derby, DE6, United Kingdom