Letter from E.M.Forster to Leonard Woolf (19/06/1923)

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Source: MS 2750/93/30

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Nid: 15320

Rights Statement:

Reproduced with permission from the estate of the author, courtesy of Penguin Random House UK archive and library.

Source: MS 2750/93/30

Image Rights Holder: © Provost and Scholars of King’s College, Cambridge, Estate of E.M.Forster

Letter from E.M.Forster to Leonard Woolf (19/06/1923)

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Forster writes to agree about the idea for a cheap edition rather than buying sheets from Knopf. He asks if the cheap edition will come under their existing agreement and suggests a printers to Woolf. He reserves 12 copies. He enquires after Virginia Woolf and tells Leonard how long he is staying in Brighton.

Handwritten letter signed by Forster [signed as Morgan]