Letter from Leonard Woolf to Theodora Bosanquet (03/10/1946)

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[[MS 2750/29/4]]


Miss T. Bosanquet, 
'Time and Tide', 
32 Bloomsbury Street, 


3rd October, 1946


Dear Miss Bosanquet,


There is no objection to your doing what you suggest with regard to your book, HENRY JAMES AT WORK. It gave us great pleasure to be able to publish it.


Yours sincerely, | for The Hogarth Press | [unidentified signature] | LSW [signature] | [unidentified signature] Dictated but not signed by Mr. Woolf

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Source: MS 2750/29/4

Letter from Leonard Woolf to Theodora Bosanquet (03/10/1946)


University of Reading, Special Collections

Woolf grants Bosanquet's request to publish a new book on Henry James.

Typescript letter initialled by Leonard Woolf and typists, the [typist initials unidentified]