Letter from Norman Leys to Leonard Woolf (23/07/1924)

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Letter from Norman Leys to Leonard Woolf (23/07/1924)



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Norman Leys writes about the book he was sent: 'Letters of Stephen Reynolds' and that he likes it. He is still in discussion with Allen and Unwin, though he strongly favours the Hogarth Press, he explains that his wife thinks he should choose the publisher with a more established position, but questions why he shouldn't want to improve the position of The Hogarth Press. He states that he awaits his friends advice, finishing the letter cheered to know Allen and Unwin want to publish his book.


Handwritten letter with Norman Leys signature.