Letter from Norman Leys to Leonard Woolf (19/07/1924)

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Reproduced with permission from the estate of the author, courtesy of Penguin Random House Archive and Library UK

Source: MS 2750/255/7

Image Rights Holder: Norman Leys

Letter from Norman Leys to Leonard Woolf (19/07/1924)



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Norman Leys talks about a letter he has receieved from Stanley Unwin and the letters he has recieved from Woolf. He discusses what lettering, binding and jackets Unwin wants for the book. He states he does not how to decide between Unwin and Woolf. He has sent all his letters to a friend to help him decide. He then states that he wills send him the MSS if his friend does not find anyone, and that the book is ready to be published with minor corrections. He offers his own preferences on binding. (Handwritten letter with Norman Leys signature).