Letter from William Plomer to The Hogarth Press (09/09/1931)

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Letter from William Plomer to The Hogarth Press (09/09/1931)



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William Plomer asks John Lehmann to meet to discuss business for Sado, preferably no later than Monday. Plomer has made arrangements with Zwemmer about the proposed window display, but has not received a free copy of Sado. He asks Lehmann to send them alongside 6 extra ones as soon as possible. Plomer also requests Lehmann to send a copy to Hayter Preston (literary editor of Sunday Referee), who plans to send it to Richard Aldington for review. The letter features handwritten notes

Typescript letter hand signed by William Plomer.