Letter from Leonard Woolf to William Plomer (18/07/1926)

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Source: MS 2750/351/22

Letter from Leonard Woolf to William Plomer (18/07/1926)


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Leonard Woolf writes in response to Plomer's short story and that he hopes to find out how it goes on, he looks forward to receiving a copy of 'Voorslag'. Woolf also states that he would consider publishing a book of short stories but that they are difficult to publish. He comments on the sales of 'Turbott Wolfe' [quantity missing from the letter] and that it is doing well considering the impact of The General Strike. He states the literary magazine idea is interesting but that they are expensive to produce and precarious things. He hopes that Plomer will be able to deliver his novel in person and finishes the letter by stating he would be very interested in talking to Plomer about the 'black and white' problem.


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