Letter from Leonard Woolf to William Plomer (29/04/1938)




[[MS 2750/351/35]]


William Plomer, Esq., 
5, Ship Street,Gardens, [sic] 


April 29th 1938


Dear William,


We have had enquiries for Herbig, a German publisher, with regard to the German rights in Turbott Wolfe, and they want us to send them a copy for consideration. As a matter of fact, we have not got a copy to send, as it is out of print. I have my own original copy, but I don't want to lose it. Have you, by any chance, one which you would care to send?



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Source: MS 2750/351/35

Letter from Leonard Woolf to William Plomer (29/04/1938)


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Leonard Woolf writes to Plomer asking for a copy of Turbott Wolfe as he needs to send one to the German publisher Herbig. Woolf no longer has any copies and does not want to send his only one.


Typescript letter unsigned