Letter from Norman Leys to Leonard Woolf (13/03/1925) [1]

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[[MS 2750/255/65]]


When you are better please answer the more detailed questions in that long letter.




Dear Woolf,


Very sorry about the flu. Take 10 grams of aspirin twice or thrice a day, plenty of hot drinks, and read detective stories.


I have been neglecting other work today in order to finish these corrections. You can go ahead now. I hope the flu soon departs.


Yours | Norman Leys [signature]

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Letter from Norman Leys to Leonard Woolf (13/03/1925) [1]



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Norman Leys offers sympathies to Woolf as he has the flu, he tells him what to take for it, and to read detective stories. He also informs Woolf he is working on corrections.


Handwritten letter signed by Leys